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Protesters admits “there isn’t really any connection” between Max Brenner in Australia and Israel

“There isn’t really any connection” between Max Brenner chocolate shops and Israel, admits leading Israel-hater Patrick Harrison outside a protest.

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  1. Poor franchisee – picketed for the alleged actions of its franchisor in a different country.

    It is no surprise that socialists have so little understanding of property rights.

    However, when you add that failure to their lack of understanding of moral, social and human rights, socialists are a pitiful species indeed.

    Posted by Giuseppe De Simone | May 4, 2013, 2:11
  2. Yesterday I was in Clarendon St, South Melbourne, at about 8am and wanted a coffee and a meat. As I passed Max Brenner’s shop, on the way to the Paper Shop Deli (across the street), I noted that it does not open until 9am.

    By contract the Old Paper Shop Deli opens at 7am and was full of people getting takeaway coffee or seated for a meal and a coffee.

    The Deli owners and staff are hard working people of Lebanese background and that is why this great business has been operating successfully for over 3 decades. Not to mention the excellent food which is great.

    Posted by Adrian Jackson | May 8, 2013, 20:20