Skip to comments.Egyptian Cleric's Call--->Shut Down Starbucks, It's A Jewish Plot
Posted on 03/10/2009 8:43:10 AM PDT by Shellybenoit
According to the Trademark documents, the Starbucks [Starbucks] mark consists of the wording "Starbucks Coffee" in a circular seal with two stars, and the design of a siren (a two-tailed mermaid) wearing a crown".
But if you listen to Egyptian Cleric Safwat Higazi whose TV Sermons are seen through out the Muslim world, that two-tailed mermaid is really a picture of the Jewish Queen Esther, who's act of bravery is celebrated today, the Jewish Holiday of Purim.
During his January 25th, show Higazi called for all Starbucks throughout the Arab and Islamic world to be shut down:
(Excerpt) Read more at yidwithlid.blogspot.com ...
I KNEW IT!
Apparently, it is a common practice to drop male Islamic children on their heads ... a lot.
Jesus turned water in to wine, this is a Christian plot to get Arabs to drink water. There should be a mandate that all water be banned. I think that would solve our problems in the mid east in short order.
I don’t go to Starbucks. But I think I’ll need a “Queen Esther” coffee soon.
Purim ping for you!
hE FoUNd OuT ThE SeCrEt...
Seriously, any group of people who are stupid enough to take this televised codswallop seriously are too ignorant to have sharp instruments, much less nuclear weapons. These people need to be put in a cage until they grow up. If ever.
Too bad he didn’t see the old logo that had the nipples on it.
Wait - isn’t Esther really a Muslim? All the big names are - Musa, Daoud, Suleiman, Issa.
I thought Starbucks was named for a tiny little town in SE Washington state called Starbuck.
As for good coffee, a rival Seattle firm has the best imho: Caffe Appassionato. It’s priced a little lower than Starbucks but not much. They named it after a Beethoven sonata, so you see it has to be extraordinary.
right..the mermaid used to have nipples
Caribou Coffee IS owned by Muslims.
Starbucks owner big Zero Backer. I quit them a longtime ago.
If you'd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
Which is why Starbucks didn't make it in Israel (actually couldn't compete with established local firms, they tried).
Note the non Zionist Arab knockoff
You’ve got to be yanking my chain . . .
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