Guest post: The United Nations must reconsider eating ‘fish and chips’!

We can easily list 10 Jewish inventions that changed the world. It is widely acknowledged that the Jews have contributed extraordinarily to our civilisation, however there are still sectors in society who would love to annihilate Israel and the Jews, these anti-Semites live among us, and actually some may even be involved in governing us.

This information is addressed to them, the ones who would destroy Israel, and the ones who boycott anything to do with Israel, and the Jewish people.The ones against the history, democracy and human rights of Israel, as in the NZ case, of sanctioning and not apologising for UN resolution 2334.

“England’s first fish and chip shop was opened in the London’s east end in 1860 by a Jewish Immigrant called Joseph Malin, fried fish being an imported Jewish custom arriving in England with the return of the Western Sephardim Jews in the 17thcentury.

Chips were invented in the 18th century by a Belgian housewife, who was unable to get fish; so she utilised potatoes sliced into fish shaped strips and then fried them as a replacement.

Joseph Malin was the first person known to have bought the two dishes together, the inexpensive but nourishing combination was exported north being an immediate success. The journey of fish and chips and the American French fries is now widely cherished and accepted”.

So to people who take pleasure in anything anti-Israel, best perhaps reconsider the next time you order good old  ‘fish and chips’, or be just like our Bill, and ‘be known’ for eating kumara chips instead?

 


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