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Deal is back - 125g Pears soap 2 for £0.79 @ Superdrug
Deal is back - 125g Pears soap 2 for £0.79 @ Superdrug

Deal is back - 125g Pears soap 2 for £0.79 @ Superdrug

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Thank you for posting this. I emptied the shelf last time and might do again! Saw it at 70p a box in Sainsburys last week oO
Edited by: "cabbagebike" 1st Aug 2014

avoiding for ethical and moral reasons

Thanx love this soap

butt83

avoiding for ethical and moral reasons


Why? Sorry I'm not up to date with current politics and boycotts.

raven

Why? Sorry I'm not up to date with current politics and boycotts.



Uniliver are the manufacturers of the soap and have factories on illegally occupied land . Profits in turn fund the army and its inhumane regime.
ethicalconsumer.org/boy…spx

Thats the second post now saying the same butt83, boycott it if you like but others wont.

I thought these were now made in India

butt83

Uniliver are the manufacturers of the soap and have factories on … Uniliver are the manufacturers of the soap and have factories on illegally occupied land . Profits in turn fund the army and its inhumane regime. http://www.ethicalconsumer.org/boycotts/boycottslist/israel.aspx



Most major manufacturers have factories in the so called 'occupied land'..you'll have to start growing your own food soon at this rate.GET OVER IT!!!!

ambc_666

Thats the second post now saying the same butt83, boycott it if you like … Thats the second post now saying the same butt83, boycott it if you like but others wont.



Me too - boycotting.

fifthcolumn

Most major manufacturers have factories in the so called 'occupied … Most major manufacturers have factories in the so called 'occupied land'..you'll have to start growing your own food soon at this rate.GET OVER IT!!!!




Yheah sure.. just like South Africa and apartied... PLENTY OF ALTERNATIVES OUT THERE!

Edited by: "Daniel_Saeed" 2nd Aug 2014

fifthcolumn

Uniliver are the manufacturers of the soap and have factories on … Uniliver are the manufacturers of the soap and have factories on illegally occupied land . Profits in turn fund the army and its inhumane regime. http://www.ethicalconsumer.org/boycotts/boycottslist/israel.aspx



I am more determined to spread the message not everyone out there is ignorant. For the record I don't get paid to be a troll
Edited by: "butt83" 2nd Aug 2014

thanks but no thanks

Daniel_Saeed

Yheah sure.. just like South Africa and apartied... PLENTY OF … Yheah sure.. just like South Africa and apartied... PLENTY OF ALTERNATIVES OUT THERE!



Although I don't necessarily agree with the means employed, Israel's objectives in this conflict are legitimate...as you can see, there is a bit more to it than a few crude rockets being fired into Israel from Gaza.Those calling for a boycott of Israel should also be asking Hamas why they are putting civilians in peril by hiding under hospitals etc..

mobile.nytimes.com/201…er=

Edited by: "fifthcolumn" 2nd Aug 2014

fifthcolumn

Although I don't necessarily agree with the means employed, Israel's … Although I don't necessarily agree with the means employed, Israel's objectives in this conflict are legitimate...as you can see, there is a bit more to it than a few crude rockets being fired into Israel from Gaza.Those calling for a boycott of Israel should also be asking Hamas why they are putting civilians in peril by hiding under hospitals etc..http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/08/02/world/middleeast/an-old-playbook-leaves-israel-unready-for-hamass-tunnel-war-.html?_r=0&referrer=

i suppose you got a chuckle reading the israeli news article that was pulled. "When genocide is permissible" check twitter if you missed it. Child.

fifthcolumn

Although I don't necessarily agree with the means employed, Israel's … Although I don't necessarily agree with the means employed, Israel's objectives in this conflict are legitimate...as you can see, there is a bit more to it than a few crude rockets being fired into Israel from Gaza.Those calling for a boycott of Israel should also be asking Hamas why they are putting civilians in peril by hiding under hospitals etc..http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/08/02/world/middleeast/an-old-playbook-leaves-israel-unready-for-hamass-tunnel-war-.html?_r=0&referrer=

i suppose you got a chuckle reading the israeli news article that was pulled. "When genocide is permissible" check twitter if you missed it. Child.

fifthcolumn

Although I don't necessarily agree with the means employed, Israel's … Although I don't necessarily agree with the means employed, Israel's objectives in this conflict are legitimate...as you can see, there is a bit more to it than a few crude rockets being fired into Israel from Gaza.Those calling for a boycott of Israel should also be asking Hamas why they are putting civilians in peril by hiding under hospitals etc..http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/08/02/world/middleeast/an-old-playbook-leaves-israel-unready-for-hamass-tunnel-war-.html?_r=0&referrer=



Hamas wasn't always there Israhell was slaughtering way before they formed

facebook.com/pho…e=1
Edited by: "butt83" 2nd Aug 2014
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