The City of Reykjavík will no longer purchase goods made in
Israel. The City Council voted yesterday that the city would not purchase any
goods manufactured in Israel as long as the Israeli occupation of Palestinian
territories continues...I wonder if this Icelandic boycott will include the following:
First, remove all Intel Pentium and Celeron computer
processor chips from personal computers (desktops, laptops and notebooks) as
these were either developed or manufactured in Israel.
Note that the revolutionary new Ivy Bridge processor will be
manufactured in Israel. Any computers running the Windows XT operating system
must be turned off immediately as this was developed in Israel. All current
Microsoft operating systems are not to be used as Microsoft is heavily reliant
on its Israel R&D centre.
Step 2. Any computers that still work need to have their
anti-virus software and personal firewalls removed as this technology
originated in Israel. The organisation’s firewall will also need to be switched
off. Staff should no longer open external emails as most of these will be
infected with viruses. No outgoing emails can be sent. The algorithm (code)
that’s used today for sending e-mails, was made by an Israeli who worked at the
Ben-Gurion University in Be’er-Sheva in 1980.
Step 3. Discard all mobile phones, as this technology was
developed in Israel, where the first mobile phones were manufactured. Mobile
chip technology from a single Israeli company has now been installed in over
100 million devices. Only top-level staff may retain mobile phones for
emergency situations. However the use of SMS (Texting) is expressly forbidden
as this facility was developed in Israel. No 4G devices can be used, as the
chipset is Israeli.
Step 4. Turn off your voice-mail service and delete any
recorded messages. Israeli companies invented the voice-mail system. If someone
you do not know answers your phone-call, then hang up. Israeli call-centres and
call-centre technology is in widespread operation in the UK.