Friday, December 21, 2012

The 'Kosher' Scam

Have you ever noticed one of these many symbols on a food product (or product used alongside food products)? If so, what it indicates is that part of the money you've used to pay for the said product has gone to a Jewish rabbi. Many people support international Jewry without even knowing it.

Most people seem absolutely oblivious to the 'kosher' scam, that is, the scam that rakes in millions of dollars for international Jewry without virtually anyone knowing about it. What makes this even worse is that the people who pay this 'kosher tax' do it willingly; although they might not do so if they in fact knew what they were supporting.

Essentially, the way in which this kosher scam operates is as follows: rabbis sell the 'right' to companies to display their particular kosher marking, whatever it may be. Every item which features one of these 'kosher symbols' (sometimes, not easily identifiable as such), inherently costs you extra money.

Now, one might ask, 'well, what's the big deal, why does it matter?' It matters because, in the United States for example, Jews make up roughly 2% of the entire population - with 98% of the population consisting of non-Jews of various other races. However, the vast majority of food products (especially cereals, drinks and candy) are 100% kosher certified. Now, given that only 2% of the population is Jewish, why is it that 98% of the population consumes kosher certified food? Surely, this 98% of the population has absolutely no concern for the entirely Jewish kosher superstition. Despite this, 98% of the population of the United States pay a tax on a great deal of their food in support of a religious ideal that they do not even believe in!

So, what does 'kosher' actually mean?

The world 'kosher' means 'fit' to eat. Orthodox Jews are forbidden from eating meat products from any animal that doesn't have a split hoof and chew its cud. Pork, for example, is not 'kosher' because pigs, while they do have split hooves, don't chew their cud. On the other hand, rabbit meat is not 'kosher' because, while rabbits do chew their cud, they do not have split hooves. According to their dietary law, Jews are not allowed to eat any dairy products along with meat at the same meal. If they eat meat at one meal, they must wait six hours before they can eat any dairy food.

The Jewish Encyclopedia of 1942 states that the practice of eating rabbi-approved 'kosher' foods goes back to ancient times when Jews were forbidden from eating with or having sex with Gentiles. The Encyclopedia says rabbis taught that, "Gentiles are ridden with diseases and death from unclean habits, and that, God wishes to protect his people from being contaminated by the Gentiles. The non-kosher goods of the Gentiles were ruled to have a contaminating effect!"

Of course, this entire 'kosher' idea is nothing other than ridiculous, religious, superstitious nonsense. But that doesn't stop Jewry from making millions of dollars off of the gullible gentiles who willingly fork over this money in order to please an idiotic Jewish superstition.

It's important to assess just how much money Jewry is making off of this absolutely ridiculous 'kosher tax'. Obviously, the individual amount of money that a Jewish rabbi may make off of a product is likely very small. For example, if a product, such as a kosher certified cereal, were to cost $5, it's likely the rabbi would only be profiting a few cents from such a sale. However, once one takes into account that, in 1999 for example, over $130,000,000,000 was spent on 'kosher certified' food products, it's quite easy to see just how much money there is in this sly Jewish scam. 

Another interesting aspect of this kosher scam is that we, the consumers, are forced to pay ridiculous prices for 'kosher certified' food products, because most of the time it is incredibly expensive to make food products in a way that is congruent with this Jewish dietary law. For example, we read in this article about how being 'kosher certified' adds "about 20 or 30 percent to the cost of production." Now, obviously, we are made to pay much more for 'kosher certified' food products than they are actually worth, because no sane person could honestly believe that large, international food corporations wouldn't be concerned with cutting their losses.

Cheerios, a popular breakfast cereal, is 100% kosher certified (the small circled 'U' on the bottom left had side of the box illustrates this). Look at the food products in your home, as well as dish soaps, foil cooking wrap, and drinks, and see how many kosher products you can find. Just try to imagine how much money you've inadvertently handed over to international Jewry.

Of course, the only motivation these rabbis have for this kosher scam is money (what a surprise!). These filthy rabbis care so much about money, that they're willing to make Jewish 'holy' men change their beliefs about what is 'holy' and what is not. (See this article).

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Anyone who is allegedly Jew-wise, and has no respect for Jewry and it's evil, demented, non-natural beliefs and customs, should not willingly support Jewry by means of purchasing any products with any of the symbols representing that said products have been 'kosher certified'. 

If you truly are against Jewry, and are capable of recognizing it as the true evil in this world, STOP SUPPORTING IT! Boycott 'kosher' food products by any means, or else all of your protest, activism and opposition to Jewry is ultimately quite vain.