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The Unknown U On Your Food: Target Store Manager And Staff Had Zero Clue About The Kosher Tax Scheme

KosherTaxScamThe Unknown U On Your Food: Target Store Manager And Staff Had Zero Clue About The Kosher Tax Scheme

By Jack Allen

I never forced my religion on anyone else, people have a right to worship as they wish as long as they are not harming others like Jewish Rabbis do when they suck the blood from baby boy’s penises during a primitive circumcision ritual (or when Priests fondle Altar Boys). The baby boy can’t say if he wants his penis sucked from a bearded old creep that follows Satan or what ever else he follows, baby is to young to know, right?

When I was in high school I worked at a grocery story, people that wanted Mexican, Italian, Indian, Kosher and  others ethnic foods had their own sections. Very cool, you knew where to go. Now almost everything in the grocery stores is marked Kosher. I know Stalin and his mass murdering Bolshevik Jews killed 100 million mostly Christian people before WW2 and then raped and killed an estimated 16 million innocent German children, women and men after WW2 but that does not give them the right to control my food, or does it?

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Anyway, my point is I don’t want another religion, cult or Satan worshipers around my food. Why would I? If it is marked Kosher “U”, “K” or other marks I don’t buy it and I don’t trust it.

Anyway, I went to a local Target store with a grocery section and needed to buy a few things for a Bar-B-Q like aluminum foil, plastic wrap, potato chips and such. To my amazement I could not find one product that I wanted to buy that was not marked Kosher. Of course I did not buy Kosher marked foods but to my suprise not one single Target employee including management knew what the “U” on the products meant. I asked several customers and most thought is was like the “R” meaning registered trademark. So we have people working at stores and people buying Kosher taxed foods but have a zero clue they are. This craziness has to stop. Stores like Target need to train their staffs and also offer the same products without the Kosher Tax scheme. I am not Jewish and I simply don’t want to buy Kosher Taxed foods. Did anybody ask you if you wanted Kosher foods? Did anyone ask you if you wanted to pay a higher price for food to get the Kosher tax mark? To me it is one group of people trying to control the food supply, that is all.

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The Kosher Tax is an outrageous example of Jewish control on our every day lives. Go to your cupboard and examine your food’s packaging; it’s very likely you will find a circled U or K on each package. (some symbols are a letter such as the U inside a triangle) These symbols are not to be confused with the circled C or R, which are copyright and registered trademark notices; they are symbols that indicate that the product has been “blessed” (read: cursed) and that you have paid a tax for this service.

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The Great Kosher Scam On The American Public, Just Another Stealth TaxI use to eat Kosher foods and back in the days when airlines made meals common on flights, my travel agent suggested I get Kosher meals because she thought they were better. So I said yes to it. I bought Kosher foods in the past even though I am not Jewish, none of my Jewish friends ate Kosher, I just thought Kosher was better foods. One of my Jewish friends told me it was just a money making scam and pointed out the Kosher marks were on candy and some really scary junk food. He was right I noticed it was on everything, even non food items. I then went a different direction and avoided all Kosher Taxed and marked foods. I have been Kosher free for the last 6 years and it is challenge to go Kosher free because this tax is on everything. I started buying raw foods in the produce department and started going to farmers markets instead of grocery stores because I started to see these Kosher tax marks even on produce items which is totally ridiculous and scary. I see people everyday buying Kosher taxed foods and products with no clue they are paying a tax. Most grocery store managers and employees have no clue what the “U” on a product means.

You can go Kosher free but look close on a products because these Kosher marks can be hard to find because they make it small or it is near a fold in the packaging. Not everything is Kosher you just have to look close. I buy Non-GMO products so I read everything on a product before I buy it. If I get home and discover I bought a Kosher product by mistake, I return it. This happened twice to me. I tell the stores “based on my research I don’t eat Kosher foods” .

If you inquire about about the Kosher Tax marks from food manufacturers you normally will not get a response. They seemed to be afraid to explain the Kosher Tax to me, but I was informed by a few companies that stated that they are forced to make their products Kosher because Grocery stores demand it or they will be targeted by Jewish Organizations. That sounds like organized crime to me. I was even more determined to avoid Kosher.

I also noticed my health was better and no longer had to worry about weight gain. I have the same body shape now as I had as a senior in high school. I have a 32″ waist now but had weight issues right before I went Kosher Free. Almost everyone seems to be overweight and unhealthy these days and I started to question if Kosher was a common denominator for America’s health problems. Not scientific at all but that is another reason I avoid Kosher. I also avoid fluoride and drinking tap water. I don’t want to be poisoned. Are they adding extra ingredients in food to make them comply to a primitive Kosher Pagan ritual?

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WTF? Is Toilet Cleaning Products Kosher? Why are these products marked Kosher? Answer: The Kosher Tax Scam On The Unsuspecting Goyim!

So it is 2016 and we live in a country were most of our foods are controlled and taxed. On top of that we have a primitive Kosher Pagan Ritual tax placed on our foods.  I can’t be the only one that sees this evil, I am sure there are some people just like me out there that see this evil scheme for what it is. Are people afraid of being called antisemitic? No one should hate a whole group people that is morally wrong. I am anti-evil and I don’t like what is happening in Israel to the innocent Palestinians that so happen to be Semites. I view the ones in Israel that are killing and beating innocent Palestinians as antisemites.

There is evil everywhere and sadly we also see it in Religions. We have all heard stories about perverted Priests, Rabbis, Ministers and Cult Leaders.

The question I have now, is Kosher evil, is it Satanic? It certainly is primitive and I don’t buy Kosher foods because I feel an evil agenda.

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The Following Info Sourced: Now, keep in mind that Jews (all but) completely control the food market/industry by now. Owning/controlling most of the major food producing companies and the agencies/organizations in charge of oversight (such as the FDA). So this “processing” (which could mean several things) is completely under their control.

They didn’t have enough control initially to start lacing our food with toxins (I’m sure they still did what they could), but as time went on these “opportunities” opened up to them. This “revolution” was obviously not a good thing, when you consider all of the GMO’s, plastics, toxins, diseases and other additives have “suddenly” and “mysteriously” found their way into our food (it’s no wonder we are all dropping like flies now from cancer and all sorts of diseases, allergies, and ailments). Some of the additives are good/healthy/Kosher, while others are bad/unhealthy/NON-Kosher.. We wouldn’t know, but they damn sure would/do.

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Also, you must consider the FACT that NON FOOD products are also Kosher certified. Aerosol sprays, plastics, soaps, shampoos, and many other items, which were never meant to be ingested, but are still potentially hazardous to our health (depending on the particular “additives” that “just happened” to find their way into these products).

And once more, I believe that a lot of their toxic “potions” (if not most of them) are meant to effect our minds more than anything else. Sure, they might be giving us cancer and other little “goodies” in their bag of tricks, but you can bet they are targeting our “Gentile” minds as a top priority.

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Allow me to revert back to the basics for a moment just to make a simple point (sorry, it’s out of place, but it just came to mind, and I know some of you are still not convinced):

Even on the surface and assuming just for a moment that this is only about a “tax” or a “blessing”, allow me to make a point; Any of these lesser offenses many of you go around parroting on the net (“it’s a tax”/”blessing”) are still dead wrong, inexcusable and should not only have you infuriated, but they should also demonstrate to you just how much control these “2%ers” have over the rest of us.

Imagine that a bunch of Irishmen were to move into an Asian or African country and proceeded to “tax” and/or “bless” their hosts food with “Celtic Symbols” (whose true meaning is not known by the 98% majority). Would their hosts be happy about this? Should they be OK with it(assuming they are even aware of it)? And if they protested against it OR merely tried to inform their fellow Asians/Africans about it, should they be attacked, censored or condemned as being “Anti-Celtic” (and possibly charged with a “hate” crime)? You tell me….

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The Kosher Food Racket: The Hidden Jewish Tax on Your Food!

is-it-kosherArticle Source Dr Duke – Even though Jews constitute around two percent of America’s population, the rest of the country is forced to pay a special levy on almost all food and grocery products just to please the Orthodox Jewish community, in a swindle which even Jews themselves have described as the “kosher food racket.”

Astonishingly, very few Americans even know about the extent of this Orthodox Jewish swindle, or even how it works.

Most people know of, or have heard of, “kosher food.” This is supposed to be food which, in the case of livestock, is slaughtered in such a way as to be “holy” (but which is actually highly inhumane and involved slitting an animal’s throat and letting it painfully bleed to death while a rabbi prays over it).

This “kosher food” is therefore passed off as something which only affects Jews, and Orthodox Jews at that, as some sort of peculiar but benign religious practice.

In reality, “kosher” food is far more than just slaughtered animals, and covers almost any sort of grocery item.

The racket works like this: in order for a grocery product to be certified as “kosher”, it must carry a little “U” inside a circle, called a “Kosher Logo,” somewhere on its packaging, which looks like this:

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This symbol is issued by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America (the “Orthodox Union”) which is the sole and exclusive owner of the OU “Kosher Logo.”

In order to use this symbol, a product manufacturer must apply to the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America for certification—to “ensure” that their manufacturing process is “Kosher” and meets all the Jewish dietary standards.

This is where the catch comes in: the product manufacturer must pay the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America a fee for this certification process—and this “fee” is then added to the product’s cost—which is then passed on to the consumer.

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Thus, non-Jews who buy these products—and they range from things such as coca-cola to toothpaste, and more—are forced to pay extra to cater the demands of Orthodox Jews, even in areas where there are few or no Jews.

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The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America has a special website set up through which companies can apply for kosher certification. Called “OUKOSHER”, this site reveals exactly how big the kosher food swindle is:

“Most Americans eat some kosher food every day, but chances are they’re not aware of it. Take a walk down the aisle of any supermarket and you will see that the OU kosher symbol appears on over 60% of America’s kosher certified foods, from the coveted Oreo to the thirst-quenching Coca-Cola. Over $150 billion of kosher certified products are consumed annually, and spending continues to rise dramatically.

“The OU Kosher Logo logo has become an increasingly important marketing device, which generates additional revenues by expanding the size of the market. OU Kosher Logo Certification gives a product a competitive edge that makes it sell faster, thus causing supermarkets to favor brands with certification. That also means that OU Kosher Logo certification can lead to an increase in a company’s private label business.

“There is clear evidence that a kosher symbol boosts market share, that a kosher product can win more favorable shelf space, and that when positioned next to a competing non-kosher brand, a kosher product will do better by 20%. This data has remained constant even in smaller cities, far from city with heavy concentrations of kosher Jews. (Source: Integrated Marketing Communications.)”

The “Kosher Food” website even has a “product search” facility, which allows visitors to look over which grocery items are kosher or not.

The costs of this process are, as mentioned earlier, passed directly onto the consumer. As long ago as 1959, a Jewish newsletter described it as a “Kosher Racket” and said that the “business” of certification has already become one of the “big business rackets in the United States and is threatening to assume gigantic proportions.” (The Jewish Newsletter, William Zuckerman, editor, June 1, 1959).

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Confirmation that the Kosher food racket actually drives up the price of food for all consumers has also come with an article in the Haaretz newspaper of April 27, 2014.

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The article, titled “Ministries urge Rabbinate to relax kashrut control of food imports” discusses the fact that the rabbinate in Israel have a rule in place which forces food importers to undergo kosher certification even if the product is already certified as kosher in its country of origin.

The Haaretz article says that “The kashrut inspection requirements for the importation of hard cheese increases the cost of the cheese to the Israeli consumer by some 35%, Israeli cheese importers say.”

In other words, the increased price consumers are forced to pay for food being produced to “kosher” requirements can be as high as 35% more than without that certification—and that is in Israel!

The “Kosher food racket” has become, in the words of William Zuckerman, one of the biggest swindles in America today.

Below: A video, filmed in secret, which reveals the barbarity of kosher slaughter: THIS is what American consumers are forced to pay for!

Caution: this video is not for the squeamish or soft of heart. It is horrific and chilling to any person who loves animals. But, sometimes people need to see the reality which is hidden in order to motivate them to stop this truly inhuman practice of the Jewish extremists.
Animals Mutilated at Kosher Slaughterhouse

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