Discussion in 'Israel and Palestine' started by Jos, May 17, 2012.
BBC Poll: Israel's global image plummets - Israel News, Ynetnews
Is that why so many international companies are already represented &/or invested in Israel with many more now coming on?
No, they are only trying to prop up Israel's sagging image. Maybe it is part of Israel's Brand Israel propaganda campaign.
You guys need to learn to look at the bright side. Long after we are all dead & gone on this earth, Israel will still be thriving. And you won't have to suffer over it any longer.
The bright side is that people around the world are seeing the truth about Israel. Israel has its Brand Israel propaganda campaign to try to turn that around.
Let's see now, scumbag lowlife fucking turd poster initiating this thread, referring to an unquestionably biased, meaningless, useless poll. Real shock there.
Those who are not muslim terrorist supporters or mentally ill would obviously recognize iran, china, n korea, pakistan, etc., as the world's top threats.
In comparison, those 4 million jews in israel don't scare me too much.
The bright side is that scumbag lowlifes like you who are mentally ill usually don't live long lives, and hopefully you'll be exiting this world soon enough.
How does it feel to be a mentally ill scumbag leading a completely failed existence?
The new approach to Israeli image control first began to take on institutional form about four years ago with the founding of Israel21c, a small California-based group that has worked with public relations experts to place news stories about Israel that do not focus on the conflict with the Palestinians. The organization has a Web site where it posts articles about, among other things, medical and technological advances in Israeli laboratories.
Read more: Israel Aims To Improve Its Public Image
Thanks to the internet, people can check for themselves and see Israel's global image and their actions
It was only a matter of time before the world got fed up with Israeli bullshit.
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