Monday, October 13, 2014

Don't Fund Real Horror!

Friday the 13th, a time when children love to tell each other horror stories, is coming up.  Your purchase of Kit Kat and other Nestle products, however, would help fund real horror for Palestinian children: 

We boycott for many reasons, you can read about some more of them here:

Kit Kat is made by the notorious Nestle Corporation, as are many other candies:

Nestle has nine factories in Israel, as documented on their own web site:

Some of these factories are built on land stolen from Palestinians by ethnic cleansing:

In addition, Nestle won the Jubilee Award for strengthening the Israeli economy:

Many more details of “NESTLE’S INVESTMENT IN ZIONISM” available here:
Even more reasons to boycott Nestle can be found here:

Nestle supports privatization of water all around the world:

Nestle has been notorious for many years.  See why at the link:


For more about Nestle's unethical chocolate, as well as recipes and sources to easily and inexpensively indulge your  chocolate cravings without guilt, please see:


Please Spread Far and Wide!  It’s up to us to end the Occupation!

Check out our complete boycott list here:

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  1. Boycott KitKat! Boycott Nestle! Boycott unethical chocolate!

  2. 'Corporate Transgressions Through Moral Disengagement'

    Page 5 discusses Nestle and a bit of their whole infant formula debacle. However, it ignores the fact that Nestle continues to market infant formula in third world countries, as well as all the other corporate misdeeds that Nestle profits from throughout its operations and product lines.

    Highlight the URL and then right click to open the article.

  3. "Forced child labor (Côte d'Ivoire) In July 2005, the International Labor Rights Fund filed suit against Cargill, Nestlé and Archer Daniels Midland in Federal District Court in Los Angeles on behalf of a class of Malian children who were trafficked from Mali into Côte d'Ivoire and forced to work twelve to fourteen hours a day with no pay, little food and sleep, and frequent beatings. The three children acting as class representative plaintiffs are proceeding anonymously, as John Does, because of feared retaliation by the farm owners where they worked. The complaint alleges their involvement in the trafficking, torture, and forced labor of children who cultivate and harvest cocoa beans which the companies import from Africa." From:

  4. Tina Turner for the boycott =