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"However, the ‘Schultz letter’ is a hoax; worse than that, it’s a piece of satire that has been accepted by some people as fact. The letter was written, not by Schultz, but by Andrew Winkler, an Australian-based ‘anti-Zionist media activist’ of German origin. It was published as a parody of Schultz, and clearly advertised as a parody, on the anti-Zionist website ZioPedia on 11 July 2006. Winkler later wrote: ‘The Howard Schultz spoof letter has caused quite a bit of a stir… Howard Schultz never wrote that letter, I did.’ (10) Yet now it has become something like a modern, internet-shared version of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion: a hoax document supposedly written by a Jew which is cited by some people as evidence of Zionist wickedness."
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The Howard Schultz spoof letter above has caused quite a bit of a stir. We had over 10,000 visitors reading this article in the past 24 hours. Some of them were not quite sure whether the article was ‘kosher’ or not. Well, it was and it wasn’t. Howard Schultz never wrote that letter, I did. If you didn’t find it funny, blame it on my German humour. However, all the statements I made in that letter about donations, sponsorships, political views etc. – are based on factual Howard Schultz actions and quotes, as 1/2 hour of ‘Googling’ will easily confirm to anyone interested.
There is obviously a lot of emphasis right now on Israel’s most recent brutal aggression against Lebanon and the Gaza strip. However it’s important not to forget that the current events are part of a bigger pictures, Israel’s imperialist plans for the region. Let’s face it, whatever us critics will say against Israel, it will always be interpreted as being anti-Semitic. In fact, the current edition of the US dictionnary Webster defines anti-Semitism as ‘criticism of Israel’. How cool is that?
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