June 03, 2019

Convicted thief Svend Robinson upset “Israeli occupation” products won't be labeled

David MenziesMission Specialist

Just in time for al-Quds Day, Svend Robinson is super-duper bummed-out about an anti-Israel initiative failing to receive support.

Former NDP MP Svend Robinson tweeted that it was a “sad day for human rights and justice” when the Liberal and Conservative Parties voted down an NDP amendment that would label anything produced in territories he considers to fall under the “illegal and brutal Israeli occupation.”

Robinson is well-verse in the proper labeling of products, having been convicted as a thief after his own 2004 heist of a $60,000 diamond ring for his boyfriend Max Riveron.

Comments
You must be logged in to comment. Click here to log in.
commented 2019-06-03 09:39:55 -0400
“This diamond ring doesn’t shine for me anymore”. “A gay old time”. Priceless, David.

The sad day for human rights is when our federal MPs are so totally devoid of logic and need a reality check.

Yeah, go flaunt your LGBTQWXYZBS among the Palestinians you jackass. See how that works out for you. When you’re done there, try it in Israel. The order of itinerary is important on this trip.

Another leftist once again demonstrating the 3 Pillars of Leftiedom.
commented 2019-06-03 09:17:46 -0400
Crying Svend should wear a sign around his neck reading “I’m a thief”