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Russia: making antisemitism fun!

This thing is so ludicrous that it surely has to be a hoax. Doesn’t it? Please? Russia, you’re kidding, right? Hallo?
“A short time ago the company EZ Protocols announced a start-up of vodka brand that is called ‘Kabbalah vodka – with Christian infants’, the newest quality benchmark on the super premium segment of the Russian market. The vodka is expected to have a distinguished wheat flavor. Special water, enriched in silver, gold and platinum ions along with neat and stylish design will bring anyone back to the best traditions of a ritual table. As a present, every bottle has a unique handmade infant inside, which is made of fortified glass.”

“This drink is focused on strong and self-confident men from the higher orders that prefer authority to publicity and know for a certainty about the nature of power in Russia. Just for a first day of sells, the vodka has managed to sell out more than 13,000 5-litre cases which is considered as an all-time record for brands of a given class.

“A usual case of the vodka ‘Kabbalah’ contains 10 bottles with different kinds of vodka in them and their selection is accidentally set along with 10 Kabbalah sefirot. The choice of a color of the bottle and the quotation from Torah written on the bottle backside are accidental as well.”
Given its country of origin, presumably the product also comes with a long petulant document that stoutly justifies the racism and claims wildly that everyone who has complained has conspired to wilfully misunderstand it. And then invades its neighbours and gets really drunk.


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Dec. 15th, 2009 06:24 pm (UTC)
How on earth do you find this stuff? No. Never mind. I'll continue to cherish my innocence. ;)
Dec. 15th, 2009 08:16 pm (UTC)
The link was sent to me by an old friend, which may tell you something about my old friends.

(That is, they share my wide-eyed bogglement, rather than that they're swivel-eyed antisemites.)
Dec. 15th, 2009 11:58 pm (UTC)
It's probably best I don't comment on that demographic, all things considered. ;)
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