HarperCollins withdraws their bullshit atlas that deliberately omitted Israel


Obviously they got pounded mercilessly via social media and they have now decided that pissing off their customers, most of whom aren’t Israel hating rag-heads, wasn’t a good idea.

Stupid, stupid people. I wonder who the genius was in HarperCollins who decided this atlas was the way to go, imagine the editorial meetings, design meetings…sales meetings.

Was this a marketing division brain fart? If it was then they just cost a lot of people their jobs. 

What gets me though is that HarperCollins hasn’t outed the people who made the demand that the atlas be printed in that way.

You see I simply can’t believe that they came up with decision all by themselves.

A customer (country) must have made demands on HarperCollins for them to even contemplate going through the complicated and annoying process of re-designing maps just for that customer group.

So who were they?

Let’s be finding out. My pick is the UAE Department of Education making demands for Israel to be wiped off the map.

Whoever agreed tot he decision has likely cost HarperCollins millions, not just in future atlas sales but in all the other things that HarperCollins produces as people choose whether to buy products from Anti-semitic companies who bow and scrape to the mad mullahs or companies that respect democracies and the right of Israel to exist.



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