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Pepsi And The Zionist Plot

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posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 11:37 AM
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i found this from another board. very interesting.




Is there no end to the devilish plots designed by the devious Zionists? I ask only after discovering a dastardly plan, so cunning even a cunning graduate from the University of Cunning who majored in the Cunning Protocols of the Elders of Zion would struggle to grasp its cunningness. I refer to Pepsi Cola. You might have thought that this product was a simple lipsmackin' thirstquenchin' acetastin' motivatin' goodbuzzin' cooltalkin' highwalkin' fastlivin' evergivin' coolfizzin innocent drink - but no, it turns, out according to Egyptian Cleric Hazem Abu Ismail, Pepsi is a front for funding the state of Israel! See the video here. Who would have thought it Surely not anyone with even the vaguest grasp of reality. And yet..... Exhibit 1; The name. When you think about it, or least if you think about it the way the esteemed cleric does, it all becomes apparent. Pepsi stands for 'Pay Every Penny Saving Israel'. Speaking on Al Nas TV he explains to the faithful; Do you know what the word "Pepsi" means? Pepsi as in P-E-P-S-I . The first P stands for "Pay." E stands for "Every." The third letter stands for "Penny." A penny means any small coin you receive and don't know what to do with. Pay it to "Saving" I - "Israel." Just in case that wasn't clear enough for us, the learned one continues; "They took the first letter of each word - "Pay Every Penny Saving Israel" - and they formed the word "Pepsi." When you pay , you are saving Israel." It's not as if he's a lone nutter ranting away to an audience of like minded green ink writing loons. No, many people are joined in the fight against this dastardly plot. Indeed across the Arabic world you can find people who believe and propagate this startling revelation. You might think this is the product of sections of societies which have failed to move on, which are closed to the ways of the wider world, which translate so few books into their own language that they are oblivious to how things really work. On the other hand, you might think Pepsi stands for Pay Every Penny Saving Israeli, And that Coke stands for Crush Only Kibbutz Employees.Cheers. blogs.news.sky.com...


Thoughts ?




posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 11:50 AM
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Pepsi is a publicly traded American company. It was founded by Caleb Bradham in the late 1890's and it eventually merged with that other, evil, Israeli front Frito-Lay.

The current CEO is Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi, a woman from India.

So, the stock of the company is hold by people of all races, creeds and colors and the woman at the helm is neither Israeli nor Jewish.

So, you tell me, is there a zionist plot when the ceo is not a zionist and the shareholders, who vote the board in and out of control are not all zionists?


edited to add: the basis of this so called zionist plot is an acronym? seriously? when I was a kid, we joked about adidas standing for all day I dream about sex. adidas must be some sinister corporation who's goal is to turn us all into a bunch of sex minded fiends.


who wear nice kicks.

[edit on 3-9-2009 by Crakeur]



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 12:49 PM
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Originally posted by Crakeur
the basis of this so called zionist plot is an acronym? seriously? when I was a kid, we joked about adidas standing for all day I dream about sex. adidas must be some sinister corporation who's goal is to turn us all into a bunch of sex minded fiends.


Just like when I heard about Starbucks.

Bucks for stars. Meaning money for the star of david. The stars being the israeli jewish people. Same principal.

Not in my personal opinion. But, none-the-less, could be true for all I know.



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 12:54 PM
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I thought Starbucks was named after the first mate of the Pequad in Melville's "Moby Dick" because he always drank coffee.
As for Pepsi-they own alot of things- Yum! brand foods owns Pizza Hut, Taco Bell and KFC which ae owned by Pepsi.



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 12:58 PM
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Thats probably the truth. I just like pointing out the conspiracy in things.

Good call!



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 01:02 PM
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sooooo.....is Pepsi Kosher?



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 01:15 PM
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The whole thrust of the story is that this is the lunatic delusion of an Egyptian cleric.

This forum is swamped with topic references to malign plots by Jews, Israelis, Zionists, Mossad. For the casual observer, the uninformed, kids - this just adds to the belief that Jews are responsible for anything and everything malign under the sun.

One could have titled it "Crazy Egyptian Cleric has Wild Theory about Pepsi"
but then there would be little response.

So maybe the constant seeking of malicious stories about Jews is a conspiracy in itself?


Mike



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 01:18 PM
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Pepsi is short for pepsin witch plays part in the digestion of food..


Pepsin is an enzyme that is released by the chief cells in the stomach and that degrades food proteins into peptides.



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 01:31 PM
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This reminds me of a lecture I heard concerning the depth of racism within western culture. I forget the exact details, but the lecturer made a link between the perception of black men & the Greek god Pan. He then went on to suggest that the word "pandemonium", with its connotations of uncontrollable chaos, was a further demonisation of black men.
Well, in this case, the "pan" prefix means "all", so since the word was invented by Milton as the capital of hell in Paradise Lost, it means "all evil spirits". That doesn't mean however, that there is not a depth of unacknowledged, even subliminal racism in western culture, just that the man was wrong about this point.
Similarly, the cleric in question is imo mistaken. However, he is right in that some portion of any money spent on Pepsi, or indeed any US owned franchise, is paid in tax to the US govt. who use some of that tax to fund & arm Israel.
Is it a "Zionist Plot"? I suspect that to some participants, it could well be, but that pales into insignificance besides the real importance of Israel to the USA: by far the most crucial reason to support Israel is the need for an unsinkable base of military operations, as insurance against any potential take over of Middle-Eastern oil.



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 02:10 PM
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Originally posted by Bunken Drum
the cleric in question is imo mistaken. However, he is right in that some portion of any money spent on Pepsi, or indeed any US owned franchise, is paid in tax to the US govt. who use some of that tax to fund & arm Israel.
Is it a "Zionist Plot"? I suspect that to some participants, it could well be, but that pales into insignificance besides the real importance of Israel to the USA: by far the most crucial reason to support Israel is the need for an unsinkable base of military operations, as insurance against any potential take over of Middle-Eastern oil.


Since you brough the subject up. The US provides close to the same amount of foreign aid to Egypt as Israel. If you were to add in the amounts allocated for Just two other Muslim nations, Jordan and Pakistan, the amount is greater. And the sitpulation with Israel is that 75% of what is received has to spent on American goods and services.

We won't even get into the roles played by certain Muslim states in activities that counter US interests. Check out the involvement of Pakistan's ISI and 9/11 co-ordination sometime.


Mike



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 02:37 PM
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Is the USA selling advanced military aircraft & equipment to Egypt, et al.? No.
The state of Israel would not exist were it not for US support. If Israel had to buy arms without that 75% of aid to spend on them, they'd have been bankrupt years ago.
It also makes no difference which other countries receive US aid to the basic premise that the USA does indeed support Israel. Thus to that extent, the cleric is right that buying Pepsi does, in a small way, contribute to Israel's survival.



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 03:37 PM
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Originally posted by Bunken Drum
The state of Israel would not exist were it not for US support. If Israel had to buy arms without that 75% of aid to spend on them, they'd have been bankrupt years ago.

It also makes no difference which other countries receive US aid to the basic premise that the USA does indeed support Israel. Thus to that extent, the cleric is right that buying Pepsi does, in a small way, contribute to Israel's survival.


Israel wouldn't exist without US support? You might check out actual history sometime.

The US supports Egypt and to a far greater proportion of their GDP. And don't kid yourself that a good chunk of that isn't spent on defense and military hardware. So buying Pepsi contributes to Egypt's survival by your logic.

You and the Egyptian cleric have interesting outlooks on Pepsi.

Mike



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 04:11 PM
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Oh? & how many mortal enemies does the predominantly Muslim Egypt, in a predominantly Muslim region, have? How about Israel?
Lets also be clear tho that the USA supports Egypt as part of the same strategy. The Suez Canal is vital to the oil trade, which is vital to the US$s position as world reserve currency.
Then again, it wouldn't be the 1st time that the USA had supported, even armed, both sides of a conflict, so keeping Israel secure but not so much that they can do without Washington is right in keeping...



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 04:19 PM
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Is the USA selling advanced military aircraft & equipment to Egypt, et al.? No.

Probably too much Zionist pepsi creates a clearly false idea that tanks used by Egypt (Abrams) are manifactured in US, helicopters used by Egypt (Apachee) are also American. I do not mention F-16s that are made by this cleric himself and were stolen by US.
No sir, pepsi made us all dumb. Egypt never received US military equipment on the same terms as Israel, after the same deal (Sinai agreement).
P.E.P.S.I



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 04:25 PM
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Originally posted by Bunken Drum
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Oh? & how many mortal enemies does the predominantly Muslim Egypt, in a predominantly Muslim region, have? How about Israel?


I don't know what you are drinking, but its not Pepsi. After the last war between Israel and Egypt back in the 70's, the two countries signed treaties and Egypt is perhaps Israel's closest partner in the Middle East. Egypt and Israel have a common problem - the so called Palestinians - neither country wants them, and they are a threat to both countries' stability.



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 04:32 PM
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Originally posted by Bunken Drum
how many mortal enemies does the predominantly Muslim Egypt, in a predominantly Muslim region, have? How about Israel?

Lets also be clear tho that the USA supports Egypt as part of the same strategy. The Suez Canal is vital to the oil trade, which is vital to the US$s position as world reserve currency.

Then again, it wouldn't be the 1st time that the USA had supported, even armed, both sides of a conflict, so keeping Israel secure but not so much that they can do without Washington is right in keeping...


The number of deaths in foram and informal wars between Muslim states in the Middle East is in the millions. Do you really think Egypt has no potential enemies?

While on the subject, can you explain why after Egypt tried to destroy Israel, lost the Gaza, and Israel tried to return, they declined?
Shouldn't Egypt want their occupied territory back and be supportive of their fellow Muslim Palestinian neighbours?

I don't know if any of this has to do with the amount of Pepsi being consumed in the region.

Mike



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 04:56 PM
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tanks used by Egypt (Abrams) are manifactured in US, helicopters used by Egypt (Apachee) are also American. I do not mention F-16
Well, that I did not know.
In light of the US position over the Suez Crisis tho, it does make perfect sense: both Israel & Egypt fully armed against each other & anyone else, whilst dependant on the USA = a detent favourable to US policy.

Egypt is perhaps Israel's closest partner in the Middle East
An assertion that ought to demonstrate just how precarious Israel's position is. Or does anybody want to assert that its all 'let by-gones be by-gones' between countries that share a border & were @war within living memory?

. Egypt and Israel have a common problem - the so called Palestinians
What would you call the Palastinians? 1st Nations Israelis? Aboriginal Israelites? Their country is called Palestine, the fact that most of it has been conquered & is now Israel hasn't changed the name of what's left.
Israel & Egypt certainly do have the same problem, namely their strategic position. Israel does have a unique problem however: being within striking distance of powerful enemies not under US control.



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 05:28 PM
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Do you really think Egypt has no potential enemies?
I think Egypt has no enemies that could actually occupy such a large country, nor any that would be stupid enough to risk the wrath of the whole world in threatening trade through the Suez Canal.

While on the subject, can you explain why after Egypt tried to destroy Israel, lost the Gaza, and Israel tried to return, they declined?
Well, IDK why exactly, but I could have a guess...
A poor nation would have little desire to add a war torn province & a bunch of refugees to its burdens for starters. It also wouldn't surprise me if the USA instructed them to decline. As I said above, Israel secure from invasion is good for US policy; Israel too secure is not.

I don't know if any of this has to do with the amount of Pepsi being consumed in the region

Come now Mike, of course you do. Its a plot by Al Qaeda to bring down the freedom of the west, 1 sugary poison @a time!



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 05:42 PM
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People actually buy Pepsi? I thought it was just put on the shelves to remind you in a nice way to buy Coke!

Now New Coke might have been a Zionist plot, or a communist plot or an attempt by the anti-christ or devil himself to destroy all that is good and holy on the planet by introducing a false coke...but hey that was real short lived.

If New Coke was a Zionist plot it either shows that Zionist plots can be defeated or Zionists can concede when its a real dumb plot!

Have a Coke and a smile, and go Greyhound and leave the driving to us and most importantly and always remember hold the pickles, hold the lettuce, special orders don't upset us, at Burger King you can have it your way.

Pepsi a Zionist plot? I think this story is a Zionist plot to get me to feel sorry for the Zionists!

It all most worked too!



posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 06:27 PM
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From memory, what 20 years ago, they tried to introduce a corn syrup fructose to replace the sugar cane derivative into Coke. It was cheaper. People rebelled. It didn't taste the same. So Classic Coke with the old formula was introduced as the preferred alternative to the New Coke.

Now they have Coke Zero which is really an alternative name for Diet Coke, but more appealing in image for men - and militants.

Pepsi responded with Pepsi Max.

Don't know if the rumour's true the Saudi royal family bought out Royal Crown Cola.


Mike

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