It has come to the attention of this author, dear reader that two teenage girls convinced the Pop but don’t call her Pop Singer Lorde to cancel a concert in Tel Aviv scheduled for June of 2018 back around the time of Christmas 2017.
The organizers of international pop star Lorde’s planned concert in Israel have announced that her performance scheduled for June has been canceled.
That was after,
two women wrote an open letter to the singer, urging her not to play, Lorde responded on Twitter that she was “considering all options.”
“Noted!” she wrote on in response to the letter. “Been speaking w many people about this and considering all options. Thank u for educating me i am learning all the time too.”
How cute is Lorde ^^^
I Mean Really
One of the New Zealand women who convinced Lorde is kind of a gender queer but I’m not really going to talk about her or that specifically. In fact, wish her well!
Anyway, the two women were brought up on civil charges in Israel eventhough they live in New Zealand.
Another Jerusalem Post Reported today that:
In January, Shurat HaDin filed a lawsuit on behalf of Shoshana Steinbach, Ayelet Wertzel and Ahuva Frogel. The three all purchased tickets to see Lorde, and were refunded when the show was canceled. The suit demanded NIS 15,000 in damages for each of the teenagers, claiming that their “artistic welfare” was harmed as was their leisure time, “and above all damage to their good name as Israelis and Jews.” The lawsuit said that Lorde’s response on Twitter to the letter Sachs and Abu-Shanab penned showed a direct connection to the concert cancellation.
Jews are so fancy and formal and just so, they have no problems bringing suit over people whom they have no jurisdiction over and for no good reason who may even be minors.
The JPost has quotes saying that the plaintiffs are going to get paid.
“This is a precedent-setting ruling according to the Boycott Law,” Darshan-Leitner said Thursday. “This decision makes it clear that anyone who calls for a boycott against the State of Israel could find themselves liable for damages and need to pay compensation to those hurt by the boycott call if they’re in Israel or outside it.”
The Guardian quoted a:
spokesperson for the New Zealand ministry of foreign affairs said it would be up to the courts of New Zealand to decide whether the claim for damages was enforceable.
Doing like Rahm Emmanuel, son of an Israeli Terrorist and, not letting the “good crisis go to waste” the two young ladies pictured below are sticking it to the Israeli Courts and the little bitches that brought the complaint.
the two women have launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the Gaza Mental Health Foundation, and in just three days have already raised the money from more than 400 donors.
“We will not be paying the court-ordered amount,” Sachs, who is Israeli, and Abu-Shanab, a Palestinian, said in a statement. “Instead, we would like to redirect the support extended to us back to Palestinians in need of mental health support.”
So on the one hand, we have Lorde ascendant and Taylor Swift worried about trannies or whatever.
Too bad she’s down for the homosexual agenda.