Gilad Atzmon — gilad.co.uk Jan 19, 2014
The Guardian reported this weekend that the “West Bromwich Albion‘s sponsor, Zoopla, has told the club to drop Nicolas Anelka over his quenelle gesture or risk their lucrative shirt deal being scrapped.”
Zoopla, a property website company, owned by the Jewish businessman Alex Chesterman, said Anelka must be dropped for Monday’s Premier League home game against Everton and has told the club it will want its name removed from the team’s shirts immediately if he plays.
The Jewish owned company “is understood to have been left stunned by the decision to keep Anelka in the team while the FA investigation continues.”
I guess that the message here is clear. Jewish money, philanthropy and endorsement come with a price tag. The beneficiary is expected to subscribe to Jewish politics and interests while being extremely attentive to Jewish sensitivities.