Switzerland's leading companies have removed Switzerland's cross-shaped flag from their products for the Islamic market. Swatch, Tissot and Victorinox logos, as iconic of their brand as NIKE"s check or McDonald's golden arches, are voluntarily censored, removed, in a breathtaking act of submission to a radical racist ideology that oppressses and subjugates all non-believers and women.
Tissot, maker of Swiss watches since 1853, yes 1853, is removing its 158-year-old identity. Any company (or individual) that cannot stand up for what they are or does not know who and what they are, will inevitably disappear. Worse, capitualting to an ideology that lashes women, covers them in cloth coffins, cuts off clitorises, and denies non-Muslims basic human rights, is beneath contempt. I, for one, will never buy from these cowards.
As for the Saudis demanding (under the sharia) that the cross not be shown in public, the West should respond in kind. No crescents and stars anywhere. Everywhere the sharia is imposed on the West, freedom lovers should respond in kind. Tolerance when applied to evil is a crime.
Is anyone surprised that the Swiss cowered and capitulated? Did they not secretly align with the Nazis during WWII?
"We are ready to apologize for those who traded humanity for profits," said Margrith Ledermann, the Swiss consul in San Francisco.
More on the Swiss and their deals with the devil here, "Neutral" Swiss Clean$ing Money for Terror States Iran, Iraq and ... and here, Switzerland: Neutral for Nazis.
Islam vs Europe has this:
Swiss Companies Removing Cross-Shaped Swiss Flag from Their Products to Appease Muslims October 9, 2011
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[Saudi Swatch logo]Major Swiss companies like Swatch, Tissot and Victorinox have removed Switzerland's cross-shaped flag from their products for the Saudi Arabian market. Swatch and Tissot both replaced the Swiss flag with the words "Swiss Made". When shown the Swiss cross on some of the company material, staff working for these companies in Saudi Arabia even refused to describe it as a cross, insisting that it was a "plus sign" instead.
Victorinox, which sells the famous Swiss army knives, replaced the cross symbol on its product with a letter 'V'. In the past, Victorinox had problems selling its products in Saudi Arabia: deliveries were blocked; cargo was seized at customs. It decided to switch to the 'V' symbol for an easier life. This has provoked complaints from some customers that the knives on sale in Saudi Arabia are not authentic because they lack the original cross logo.