The Gentile Tax: How Your Kosher Oreos Are Paying For Genocide


The Kosher TaxAfter a long day hocking Sierra Leone conflict diamonds on 47th Street to shiksas as rich as they are dumb, an Orthodox Jewish gentleman finally gets home, takes off his $2,000 dollar schtreimel, and slumps into his chair.

“Hymie, papa’s in the mood to nosh.said the pear-shaped man who hadn’t bathed in three months to his eldest son, “Do we have any of those Kosher chocolate Santas left?”

“No, we ate them all. You know how much we love Santa in this home” said Hyman.

“Well, what about  those Kosher Bacon-Ranch Pringles?”

“I finished them off in Shul. Our head Rabbi took some as well, he loves the taste of bacon.

G-D Dammit Hymie!yelled the permanently disheveled looking man in the off-brand dress shirt, “You know how hard I work to hide my income and buy these snacks with the Goyim’s EBT card, just for you to leave me nothing?!”, “So what is there to eat or drink?”

“Well papa, mother is out buying groceries, so right now, all we have around is Kosher Drano and Kosher Mr Clean w/ Fabrezereplied the young man. The older Jewish man, resigned to his fate of having to wait for supper, finally conceded “Alright then. Fix me up some of that fit-for-Passover purple drank”.

The Rationale For Kosher

The above is the only absurd scenario that would justify the current magnitude of Kosher/Kashrut (which deals specifically with the ingredients and to a lesser degree processing of consumed foods, and nothing else) certification. The fact that Rabbinical organizations are contracted by massive corporate monopolies such as Proctor & Gamble to “supervise” the production of  spring water, paper towels, soap, drain cleaner, laundry detergent, and other intrinistically kosher or non-food items, and receive a fee to stamp the subtle and small circled U stamp on their packaging, is in and of itself a shameless, brazen scam.

Close to half of all available products on U.S. supermarket shelves are kosher, a large number of which are inedible, and the industry continues to grow with whimsical plans for expansion, such as a push to pay for a Rabbi’s blessing on weed: a “medicinal” piece of vegetation that does not require supervision , as well as Kosher caffeine suppositories for Passover.

The racket is so powerful, that even a minority of Jews have gotten confused.  In a 2006 Q&A published on the Kashrut.org website–a major entity in formulating guidelines in Jewish dietary standards–the Rabbi gave a barbed, sarcastic “you’re an idiot…” response to a Jew asking if Drano was Kosher:

“Q: […] what about Drano which may be made from pig bones and skin? IF i use it is better use crystal or liquid or is Liquid Plummer a better choice?

Rabbi’s Reply:  Taste each and whichever tastes better, would be the best choice. Please let us know, so that we can send out an email to everyone.”

The cynical humor with which the Kashrut.org authority wrote his take on the status of drain cleaner was reiterated in a Jews for Goy package by the Council of Orthodox Rabbis in Canada, the largest Kosher certifying money-maker in the country, which operates under the auspices of the Canadian Jewish Council (CJC) Israeli fifth column.

COR’s article examines and admits the self-realized irreverence of shaking down Gentiles to certify inedible things like soap as Kosher, through a most likely made up anecdote.

Jewish organizations and mass media (New York Times, Washington Post, etc) rationalize this pointless added business expense by citing “figures” provided by COR and the Orthodox Union themselves. These statistics allegedly demonstrate that Kosher certified products translate into a whopping 20% increase in sales vis a vis non-Kosher products. According to Kashrut tax-collecting organizations, despite Kosher observant Jews being a minority even amongst the 2% Jewish community in North America, other ethnic minorities such as Muslims have a “demand” for Kosher foods, while Gentiles associate kosher with “quality”. This logic, according to them, translates into added profits that allow companies paying for Rabbinical supervision in the manufacturing process to make up the costs through sales, and thus the cost to the consumer is negligible.

The premise is laughable and defies all common sense. If adding the Kosher stamp to food products was so appealing to consumers and translated into a huge 20% gain on competitors, then the symbol would be featured prominently on packaging rather than willfully occulted. To see a relevant comparison, contrast how the American Dairy Association’s well-respected “Made With Real Milk” seal-which guarantees the quality of dairy products-is boldly emphasized on food packages:

Made with Real Milk

Contrast this striking symbol with the esoteric Kosher U stamp:

Taxed by Real Rabbis

The first on the left is from a bottle of “Mr Clean with Fabreze” liquid cleaner I found in my bathroom. Notice the flagrant dishonesty in the placement of the Kosher stamp, which is made to look exactly like the red circled R (registered brand trademark) it is subliminally placed beneath. The Heinz Tomato Ketchup bottle uses green for its U stamp and places it next to the word “Heinz”, which the average Gentile shopper would again just assume is some kind of copyright or trademark symbol. The bottle of Arrowhead Water has a more common Kosher tax stamp position: on the side in close proximity to the Please Recycle prompt. Again, most unassuming Gentiles would think the U has something to do with recycling.

In fact, finding the Kosher U on products can often be a daunting task, as they constantly shift placement around even on the same packages, while generally place the tax stamp near completely unrelated text in order to hide in plain sight. The Orthodox Union’s assertion that advertising a product as Kosher is significantly advantageous in the eyes of Gentiles is simply nonsense, as its logo in and of itself is curiously esoteric, unlike the “REAL seal” which everyone associates with cheese or dairy. Food producers who hire them are apparently aware of this, as they go through painstaking efforts to camouflage or obscure their little U.

Could they be fearing Gentile backlash against having to pay extra for something completely useless at best, and destructive at worst?

To make a third comparison, here is a label for a Manischewitz product, which legitimately caters to an observant Jew demographic in America. Notice how the U is not only much larger and a different color than on the aforementioned examples, but there are numerous other indicators in both English and Hebrew that the product is Kosher in case Jews do not recognize the symbol:

Made for Real Jews

If even Jews cannot consistently recognize the U, why doesn’t Heinz or Mr Clean add “KOSHER” in bold squiggly letters on their packages like on traditional Kosher brands? According to both the Anti-Defamation League and the Orthodox Union, non-Jewish Americans specifically seek out Kosher products. In truth, they don’t, and if they knew they had to pay extra in order to subsidize schools, institutions, and political causes that actively exclude and preach hatred against Gentiles, it could snowball into a major controversy .

The Orthodox Union’s affirmation of its “20% higher” sales figure for U stamped products is problematic if conflict of interest is taken into account. The increased appeal of an Orthodox Union endorsement ought to be taken with a grain of Kosher salt. The figure can be traced back to a “study” by Integrated Marketing & Communications, INC, whose president, CEO, and spokesman is an Orthodox Jew himself: Menachem Lubinsky. The company is not only active in marketing and hosting events selling Kosher taxed food, it even publishes a trade publication called “Kosher Today”..

I challenge readers to play a little game of “I Spy” in their pantry, if 3/4 of your products don’t have a U or the less common K on them, you aren’t looking hard enough. After a third or fourth scan of each label, you’ll see what I mean.

The Global Scale Of The Goyim Tax

The Kosher tax does not just apply to American companies, but also any suppliers and producers these multinational corporations use worldwide. The Orthodox Union (U) is in charge of “inspecting” 300 facilities in China alone, in addition to plants in more than 80 countries subject to expensive and frequent surprise visits every year. The Rabbis who are employed to visit the facilities bill all of their expenses to the company, and when you consider the fact that they have to travel from New York or Israel to the industrial producers in China or India, it’s hard to think this doesn’t add up to astronomical expenses. The tedious Kashrut process–which makes sure to split extra hairs on purpose to extract larger fees–means that large companies must pay not only independent fees, but also for Rabbis in organizations such as the Orthodox Union to travel around the world every year to superficially observe every aspect of production.

Goldman’s Gold Mine

Both Kosher certifiers and corporations who contract them are notoriously cagey about the annual fees and additional business costs incurred by the racket. The Anti-Defamation League gaslighters claim that the reason companies refuse to disclose the price and, hence, cost passed down to consumers, is because it is so small it is impossible to calculate (!). The Jewish Daily Forward, on the other hand, admits that costs are willfully obfuscated, and refers to the Orthodox Union’s Kashrut revenues as “a closely guarded institutional secret”.

The money generated by their Kosher department every year is kept secret through the Orthodox Union and other agencies using a questionable “religious” tax-filing exemption loophole to protect their finances and how they use them, as well as keeping what they charge out of the sight of consumer watchdogs and the IRS’ radar. Despite Kosher certification being an obvious for-profit enterprise, it enjoys non-profit status, which means all of the money made is completely tax-free: from the Goys hand to the Jews pocket with no middle-man interference. Yet, when asked about how much money the Orthodox Union makes per year from its Kashrut program, representative Rabbi Moshe Elefant cynically refused to give a direct answer: “If we were making billions, I wouldn’t look the way I do!”

It is impossible to know exactly how much money they’re making unless they are audited. As with all things Judaica, the subject lacks transparency and is covered head-to-toe in intrigue. By cross-referencing what we do know, however, we can at least make some scientific guesses.

In Sue Fishkoff’s book, Kosher Nation, she cites the annual fee for Kosher certification to be anything from “hundreds of dollars” to hundreds of thousands of dollars, which may be a gross underestimation when one looks at the sheer scale of production companies like Procter & Gamble and Kraft/Nabisco oversee. The Orthodox Union, which is just one of 1,100 Kosher certification agencies in the world, alone is in charge of 8,000 plants internationally. If we were to take her broad range of figures at face value, arrive at a rough median, then multiply it by 8,000, it is safe to say that OU is making hundreds of millions of dollars from this lucrative shakedown every year.

Rabbi Elefant may be technically right in saying he’s not a billionaire, but don’t let appearances fool you. They may wear cheap clothes they don’t like to iron, but 37% of Orthodox Jews have an income of over $150,000 a year, and that’s considering the fact that most of them go through great lengths to hide their money and cheat the selectively blindfolded taxman, so that is an underestimation as well.

Where is this money coming from? Even the most conservative estimate would suggest that if we were to take revenues generated by the worldwide Kosher certification industry in culmination (since it all goes towards the same Jewish causes anyway), this scam easily produces tens of billions of dollars for Organized Jewry every year. This figure is not the whole story, since travel fees, factory retooling, etc. are not factored in to their net profits. Furthermore, you don’t need to be very creative to guess who is selling some of the “special” Kosher ingredients OU Rabbis demand be used in every step of a products creation and packaging.

How Much Do We Pay? Hebrew Nationals Vs Oscar Mayer Beef Franks

After calling up Kraft, Nabisco, and a few other Kosher certified capitalist monopolies to ask about how much extra we pay, I was met with confusion, and even inferred to be an anti-Semite, but given no concrete answer. With few name brand products not subject to the Kosher tax, arriving at an exact figure becomes difficult.

But one sector where a comparison is easy to make is in the realm of hot dogs. Hebrew National hot dogs are perhaps the most famous Jewish food product consumed by Gentiles, and unlike other brands, “Jewdogs” use their Kosher status as a selling point (“We Answer To A Higher Authority”). Their business angle is all based on the dishonest calumny that non-Kosher hot dogs are made from pig snouts and peckers, and that Kosher certification guarantees that only high quality cuts of beef are used.

In truth, the FDA bans the use of mechanically separated beef in hot dogs (although chicken and Turkey are allowed to be used in budget brands), and additionally, requires that companies using “mystery” meat from by-products explicitly mention it on packaging.

With this in mind, why then are Hebrew Nationals so much more expensive than non-Kosher Oscar Mayer Classic Beef Franks? At K-mart, for example, a 7-pack of Hebrew Nationals costs $4.99, compared to a 10 pack of the Oscar Mayer’s equivalent at $4.29. If you put the two packages side-by-side, both products state that they have: “No Artifical Flavors, No Artificial Colors, No-Fillers, No-Byproducts”. Their nutritional value per-frank is virtually identical, as are the ingredients they use. Hebrew National is produced by the multi-national Con Agra foods, which takes in about $16 billion dollars in revenue per year, while Oscar Mayer is owned by Kraft Foods which takes in $18 billion per year.

Perhaps Hebrew Nationals claim of using unspecified “premium cuts of beef” is why they are so much more expensive, but their assertion is unfounded. On average, “Kosher” cuts of beef are also the cheapest (Cheek, Chuck, and Brisket), while the expensive cuts that produce the most sought after steaks and beef products are largely non-Kosher. They want you to think they’re grinding up Fillet Mignon and making hot dogs out of it, but in truth Hebrew Nationals are made from Chuck ground beef, which is hardly “premium”, as it is the fattiest (78%-84% Lean), but the only Kosher, source of hot dog meat. Oscar Mayer Beef Franks use mostly Chuck mixed in with higher quality (but non-Kosher) ground beef sources such as Round (85-89% Lean) and Sirloin (90-95%). You can see this difference proven on the nutritional labels of both, since the standard serving of Hebrew Nationals have more fat and calories than the Oscar Mayer version.

So then, why are Hebrew Nationals a ripoff? It can’t be taste: buy both varieties and taste them for yourself, you won’t know the difference. Their sales seem to show they are almost equally as popular. There is only one difference in the production of the two hot dogs, and from there you can start imagining how much Kosher tax you’re paying on all your other products. Every kind of Kosher hot dog is considerably more expensive than most non-Kosher beef franks, including Fairway’s generic brand Jewdogs.

When Tay Sachs-free curious consumers ask about how much they’re paying extra for Kosher certification, they are spouting a “canard”, but the subject is freely and hotly debated within Jewish circles and publications. The price of Kosher certification in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, for example, has been explicitly referred to as “gouging”. Haaretz even categorizes Kosher products as often inferior to non-Kosher ones, which is a blow to the myth that food subject to Rabbinical approval is somehow superior or purer. In fact, observant Jews often complain that it is hard to find organic foods that are Kosher certified, as the Orthodox Union’s fees are prohibitive for the small enterprises that dominate this market. In Israel, where the major supermarket chains carry exclusively Kosher-inspected food, the Finance Ministry was forced to intervene in reaction to the abusive price of certification that led to increases of up to 35% on imported goods. In newspaper’s for Jewish eyes only, the fees are referred to as an “Insane Expense”.

But don’t expect any intervention from our government, that would be hate.

By and large, the consumer pays about a few cents extra per product (depending on what it is) when they go to the grocery store, due to the tax spread out amongst unwitting Gentiles. But in a country with hundreds of millions of people like the United States, where Goy shoppers are paying anywhere from hundreds of dollars to thousands of dollars extra every year for something they don’t need or want, this adds up to windfall profits for Kosher certification groups (who even fight amongst themselves over “turf”).

In the end, the specifics don’t matter, paying even a single cent in excess on our supermarket bill to fund the morally abhorrent conspiracies of Organized Jewry is both unacceptable and dangerous.

Where Does The Money Go?

The Goyim tax collected by the Orthodox Union and other Kashrut companies goes towards funding Jewish schools, Jewish charities, “Israel Awareness”, and miscellaneous aspects of Jewish communal life where Gentiles are not only unwelcome, but incessantly bashed (where do you think the secular Jews in academia got their white privilege idea?), as commanded by the Talmud. Predictably, the Orthodox Union’s Kosher branch also sustains its political lobbying, which specializes in the genocide and displacement of whites and Palestinians. The Orthodox Union has been badgering the U.S. government for open borders immigration since 1954 all while helping bankroll and garner political support for illegal and racist Israeli settlements that are ethnically cleansing Palestinians from their own land. The Orthodox Union are very concerned about “immigrant justice” in the United States, but have stayed deafeningly quiet on Israel’s Zero Tolerance anti-Gentile immigration policy, as well as financed a number of Israeli Defense Force programs.

As if the billions we pay at the supermarket and in taxes to Israel every year weren’t enough, the OU also re-invests our money by lobbying to get every last drop of blood out of us. In places where there are many Jews, they are able to use their Kosher tax money to pressure politicians into forcing the public to subsidize their expensive and exclusive private Yeshiva schools and scores of other projects that are too numerous to list. Unlike other religious schools, the Jewish schools we Goyim are paying for casually reject students according to their race, in fact, even mixed-race children who have one Jewish parent (on the father’s side) are either explicitly banned from enrolling or, in other districts, accepted only for pragmatic reasons. Meanwhile, Catholic schools are expected to not only accept Jews, but if they are prestigious, even have them as administrators–the case of Jeffrey Brand at the Jesuit University of San Francisco is a case in point. In the 2000s, 1,942 Catholic schools have been forced to close, and there’s no public funding or Catholic Food Tax to save the rest of them.

“Kosher Nostra”

So why do all the major businesses take up a significant additional expense in production just for a Rabbi to walk around and put a little, clandestine U on their products?

The answer is protection.

In an article published by the Huffington Post, Rabbi Jason Miller decided to divulge some inside information in his “very compassionate” (or shameless, if you translate it into the Jew-to-Goyish dictionary) self-promoting article announcing the entry of his company,v“Kosher Michigan”, into the rat race. In the article he goes through a number of anecdotes, mostly dealing with the cut-throat battle between agencies for turf, but also including a case where Jews were threatening the lives of government food inspectors over some Kosher certification issue. He correctly calls the syndicates what they are: “Kosher Nostra”. He quotes another Rabbi, Don Yoel Levy, who summarizes the not so holy intentions of this tax on Goyim: “Kashrus today is about power and money”.

For the myriad of smaller companies that provide individual ingredients to food giants like Nabisco–which is owned by Irene Rosenfeld’s global Mondelez International empire–it’s more or less a question of “compelling” them by holding contracts hostage. Contrary to what some other material on the Kosher tax suggests, Rabbis don’t personally walk into every business start-up and demand money…not because they wouldn’t, but because there’s just not enough of them to do it. Instead, they focus on the big accumulators of capital in the food industry, many of whom are Jews themselves. On page 54 of Fishkoff’s Kosher Nation (which is insightful, but obviously does not give the whole story), she writes that ingredients must be certified down to the “micro-chemical”. She quotes a certain Rabbi Yaakov Horowitz who expounds deeper:

“If Nabisco all of a sudden says it will only use one kind of kosher oil for its entire facility, which is huge, there are companies out there that will become kosher just for Nabisco. These people may not know anything about kosher or want to know anything about kosher, but they want that Nabisco account”.

Another strong motive for submitting to the Rabbinical councils is that Gentile-owned companies fear the power Jews wield in all segments of Western national life. This is not to excuse their treason, since capitalists at the higher levels will sell their grandma to protect the shares in their portfolio. Gentiles who rise up the ladder and manage to break into ranks of the elite get to know Jews really fast, as any Goy working on Wall Street (usually beneath a glass ceiling, with people carrying one another in chairs singing Hava Nagila sticking their tongue out and flipping the bird to the equally as greedy Gentiles beneath) will tell you when they’re sure nobody’s listening. The concerns of Gentile corporate food producers are not unfounded, after all, the last two commissioners of the Food and Drug Administration–an entity capable of making a problem for your food production if they want to–have been Jewish (Stephen Ostroff and Margaret Hamburg).

Additionally, Jewish control of the state isn’t even that relevant, all it would take to destroy a food company would be to publish an investigative piece “exposing” the dirty practices pretty much all industrial producers engage in if, for whatever reason, they have a spat with the Rabbis soliciting them. The capitalists prefer to submit, pass the cost off to their customers, and not have to risk falling afoul of the Kosher Nostra. When you choose your money over your race, you’re choosing Jewish world power.

So what can be done about this despicable theft? Unless you’re planning a hunger strike, boycotting Kosher certified products is impossible. The only real solution would be to put into motion a California-style petition and get a referendum demanding full disclosure and investigation into the seedy world of Kosher certification. Money may be the God of the Jews, but the Kashrut business should not enjoy, and hide its income, behind a 501(c)3 Church tax-exemption.


  • Ezra Pound’s Ghost

    We would never get a “meat-and-potatoes” story like this at some of the more effete New Right sites.

  • SimplyFred

    The kosher food tax is illegal. The kosher food tax violates the principle of the separation of church and state. When people make purchases they should have the option of making a contribution to the charity of their choice. (It could all be done with magnetic stripe cards, like credit and debit cards).

    • Eric

      Jews don’t have a church, they have a debate-society. The Orthodox Union pressures state governments in California and New York to pay for their ridiculous $10,000 dollars a year Yeshiva kindergartens so that it frees up their Kosher tax money in order to fund secular political causes that are implicitly destructive/genocidal to Whites, Christians, and Palestinians.

  • Lew

    There is possibly no bigger lie that routinely circulates on the dissident right, especially I find in the dishonest neo-reactionary sphere of commentary, than the claim “liberal, secular Jews are the problem; conservative, orthodox and religious Jews are not.” This essay lays bare that particular lie quite well. On examining the facts, it becomes clear that organized religious Jews actually play a key role in fleecing the goyim on a very large scale for both personal gain and to fund the Jewish agenda.

    • Eric

      That’s definitely a new one. 10 years ago nobody would even think of spouting such non-sense, especially while the Bush wars for Israel were going on. As shocking a charge as this might be, the neo-con Jews that formulated the ideological rationale for things like the war in Iraq are now undergoing a makeover and trying to co-opt the growing nationalist movement around the world in order to take their agenda to the next level.

      It’s hard to believe someone like the filthy bloodthirsty Zionist Jew Bat Ye’or, who spent years going around the MSM calling the French and Germans “Dhimmis” for not being stupid enough to send their youth to die in the pointless and expensive Iraq war (http://spectator.org/articles/48515/submission-islam) , is now getting play in the “New Right” either directly, or indirectly through her disciples like the unpolished turd Guillaume Faye.

      Notice that Ye’or was never interested in the nuance that Saddam Hussein was a secular patriot and bulwark against extremism unleashed by the Israeli and American wrecked Iraq today. Hussein was bad for Israel and Saudi Judea, but good for everyone else, but the former is all the anti-Islam right-wingers care about, even when they claim otherwise.

  • Lew

    I also agree with EPG. Since Andrew Hamilton seems to have gone into retirement, Eric Striker’s essays I feel have given rightist commentary a badly needed shot in the arm on this subject. They’re hard hitting but not vulgar. They strike a good balance between the accurate but often dry, tepid analysis one finds on some sites and the crude analysis found on others that, while usually substantively correct, get presented in a style that a lot of people will simply tune out.

    • Eric

      My philosophy is: what’s the point of writing an essay 90% of white people don’t have time to sit down and decipher? It’s hard to do, but nationalist literature needs to try and balance sophistication in method with accessibility in language. Eckarts Moses To Lenin, Mao’s Red Book, etc all do this.

  • I know it cannot be avoided 100 %, but the best solution is to begin a lifestyle of mainly purchasing from local farmers and using real food, and making meals from scratch. Buy from local meat markets (non-Jewish). Grow and raise your own food. Start a homestead. Stop feeding the corporate machine.

    • Eric

      This isn’t viable for the majority of people. This mindset is what we need to break from. Why do we keep having to transform our own lives or run away from 2% of the population? To avoid confrontation? Why, if you live in a place like California where it’s an option, present this as a referendum? Or maybe come up with a good petition or call in campaign?

      The problem we have is no political entity to take up our plight. I don’t want to pay a single extra dollar on my groceries to political/”religious”/ethnic groups that feel I need to be killed or enslaved. I bet 90% of people that aren’t Texas evangelicals would agree. The only barrier is getting the message out to the people.

  • fred gruhnter

    Holy cow

  • Eric

    The problem in America is WASP trust-fund conservatives using their money to influence discourse in the jew-friendly direction. It’s just compulsive with them, if you’re rich and Anglo-Saxon, even if you’re a lifelong anti-Semite, you can’t help but shill for Jews on some level. It’s subconscious-inherited moral bankruptcy with a refined facade. These people tend to have Jews as accountants, or had a superficial cordial hooked nose acquiantance at their Princeton Glee Club, or lots of big money Jewish donors,or some other hang-up that stops them from telling the whole truth. This conflict of interest combined with the influence within WN circles their money buys means real ideological and political work never gets done.

    The Neo-Reaction is a middle point between paleo-conservatism and neo-conservatism. Nothing really exciting or revolutionary about that. Most NR talking points are gutter balls bouncing off the bumpers provided by mass media entities like Breitbart. The problem is, these are the people who have the money or resources to dedicate themselves to this, I don’t.

  • Bulan Sabriel

    Is this a parody meant to show the silliness of antisemitic arguments?

    Hebrew National products are more expensive, because they are Kosher*. Kosher beef is more expensive than non-Kosher beef because of dozens of rules and regulations about the health and welfare of the animals, animal feed, processing and handling, and what animal parts may be consumed. Sick animals with blemishes, which pass low FDA standards, cannot be used for Kosher meat. This also creates a premium product that is more trustworthy. Millions of non-Jews purposely buy kosher meat products because of this presumed higher safety and purity levels. This makes a Kosher certification profitable for companies as they can charge and make more money.

    It is no different than Organic, Vegan Vegetarian, and GMO-Free certifications. None of these are conspiracies. I’m sure taht getting certification that a product is vegan means paying a leftist organization for this service. This is how the market works.
    There are over 1000 Kosher Certification organizations, including one run by Satmar, the largest anti-Zionist Hasidic house/group/sect. You use the “Circle K” symbol from Organized Kashrut Laboratories, but fail to notice that they stay out of politics. Are you hypocrites or lazy and ignorant?

    *There are actually different standards of Kosher and Hebrew National is not considered Kosher by Orthodox Jews.
    PS. Oreos only recently became kosher, when they stopped including animal-based gelatin. Before 2010, those seeking the Kosher equivalent, had to buy Hydrox.

    • Eric

      I know you read the article debunking all of this, and I know you are now lying to cover it up because you are a Jew. There are numerous links from Israeli newspapers and Kashrut certifying rabbis in the piece admitting that Kosher products are not only no different from regular ones, but they are even often inferior:

      “This above-and-beyond competitive pricing is a cheap way to gouge Jews committed to upholding Jewish traditions, while depriving many from doing so. It often seems like the price isn’t worth the product, and oftentimes, the quality is poorer than the less costly non-kosher equivalent.” http://www.haaretz.com/jewish-world/the-cost-of-keeping-kosher-1.389171

      If Kosher means premium, why go through all these lengths to obscure it in so many cases? Also, Bulan, did Tide laundry detergent and Mr Clean taste better after Kosher certification?

      One minor anti-Zionist kashrut certification agency out of 1,000 does not prove anything other than you’re using a Talmudic, hair splitting argument.

      Btw, Oreos were made Kosher in 1998 : http://www.juf.org/news/blog.aspx?id=414599

      Jews buy the offbrand Hydrox for the same reason they buy Dr Brown’s over kosher Coke and Pespi product: they’re cheap.

  • Lynda

    Nothing like a T**let D*ck high to get people thinking that out-groups should pay tax on your ingroup food rituals. You want to hang a live cow upside down and torture it to death so you can eat adrenaline charged steak – well the outgroup should pay for that. You want your ju-ju man to put curses for the outgroup on your spam with reconstituted cyclimate – naturally the outgroup must pay.

    How long are people going to shlep this craziness, the long list of Jew entitlements and their crapola generally.

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  • If only it were that simple: http://theforbiddentruth.net/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=191&sid=d74706ffd0c1f206c9b384324872cc5c

    Fact is, it’s not just a tax.

    this (quote) is taken straight from the Jews themselves. It has nothing to do with generating business for their Kosher industry (Jews “just being greedy Jews”, as most of you would prematurely/erroneously conclude), these certifications have everything to do with the actual ingredients and processes they use in the food industry (Jews taking every opportunity to poison the “Goyim”, and would certainly need a way to avoid poisoning themselves in the process):

    The manufacturer must supply a complete, detailed list of every ingredient in the product, including preservatives, release agents, stabilizers or other inert ingredients. In addition, every step in the manufacturing process, every cleansing agent used on the equipment and all other products produced on the same premises require close investigation and supervision.

    The certifying agency must track down each ingredient to its ultimate source.

    Some ingredients with innocuous sounding names need special attention. “Natural colors” have been known to be derived from insects, “softeners” from whale oil, and “artificial flavors” from cats. Therefore, the supervising agency must conduct a complete and intense investigation into the origin of all the ingredients.

    The process by which ingredients are produced must also be carefully checked. In fact, it is necessary to check the processing locations to verify that hygienic standards are not so lax as to allow insects or worms to contaminate the food product. Unfortunately, lax hygiene in food processing is more common than people wish to believe.

    I have to reiterate…this higher standard in food scrutiny is not solely their way to make more money off of the manufacturers that hire them. Once a certifying Jew agency is hired to certify a product as kosher they are contractually bound to perform this scrutiny. They are essentially being paid by the manufacturer to ensure the food meant for their people is safe, toxin free, feces free, insect free, and above and beyond the “Goyim’s” standards.

    Whereas we are left to guess the source of “enzymes”, “flavor enhancers”, “artificial flavors”, and other ambiguous ingredients, the Jews thoroughly research each and every ingredient prior to certifying it as “Kosher”.

    Look it up for yourselves. On the various Kosher certification sites they openly brag about it, as there is actually competition between them and they want to set themselves apart. All of whom have much higher standards than the FDA (who have none), but they still love to point out how they are more strict than the other Kosher certification companies.

    Basically, there are many Jewish sites that openly confess their crimes and expose their conspiracies (if this isn’t an actual conspiracy, then nothing is), when it comes to this and other topics/crimes as well. They simply count on the “Goyim” being too stupid to read between the lines and figuring out the obvious in the process.

    • Eric

      I’m guessing coocoo cocoa puffs are Kosher, you’ve obviously been eating them LOL.

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  • Lew

    Scott Roberts, Are you saying Jews are worse than Eric Striker makes them out to be or doing a service worth paying for by forcing higher standards into food production?

    • Eric

      Lew I think Scott is going for the “Jews are poisoning us” angle that conspiracy retards push. Jews must really love the Goyim though, since the vast majority of food at the supermarket is Kosher.

      Please ignore the infantile distractions, if it’s not just outright hasbara.

  • tl dr just tell us where to shop and how to avoid buying for kosher i.e. local farmer’s markets or organic dissenters, etc.

    Start a gentile food co-op, nothing is kosher or are there any companies like this?

    • Eric

      George: If you’re too lazy to read about what you’re up against, you won’t be able to develop any strategies to counter it. Most of the food and non-food items available at your local supermarket have a kosher tax, so even if you buy only at farmer’s markets where there is none, you will still end up paying it to some degree.

      The solution isn’t to boycott, it’s to pressure political leaders, gentile business figures, and make a big stink about it all around. The real problem is most people don’t know its happening, and if they did know, they’d be outraged.

  • I would like to ask a couple of questions (maybe a few). If I may:

    1. If this were just a tax, then why would there be a need for their symbols on the labels at all? Wouldn’t their “secret tax” be a better kept secret if they just taxed the manufacturer and left it at that? Why would they take such an unnecessary risk?

    I think it’s clear that the symbols are there for a reason, and they are clearly meant for Jews (as most “Gentiles” are not even aware of their existence, let alone their meaning). Well, do the Jews who keep kosher simply want to know that their food has been “taxed”? Is that important for them to know?

    I mean, most companies these days are owned by Jews anyway (not to mention the fact that they print the money, by the trillions), so they wouldn’t even need to add a “tax”, they could just raise their prices… But again, why the need to stamp the label with their symbols over a “hidden tax”?

    2. Why would company “Z” only have some of their products “taxed”? There are countless examples of companies who sell both kosher and non-kosher products. Well, if it were just a “hidden tax”, then why not have that “tax” applied to any and all products they make? What sets one product apart from the other? Why would the owner be willing to be “taxed” on some items but not others? Why would the kosher certification companies themselves only want to “tax” some products but not others?

    3. Are you guys arguing that Jews WOULDN’T do such a thing or that they couldn’t?

    I mean, is it really that “crazy” to think Jews would hold their food to a higher standard?

    Would it really be that unprecedented or beneath them to poison us?

    Have they not conspired to do far worse to us in the past?

    As far as their ability to pull it off. Well, not that many people would have to be in on it at all. There could be just a (relative) few sweeteners, preservatives, fertilizers, pesticides, etc… that are toxic. Most of the companies who use them would believe them to be “safe for human consumption”, but of course the Jew would know what to avoid. Thus, only certain items would be certified as being safe for Jewish consumption.

    4. Do you believe Jews are poisoning our children with their (often times forced) vaccinations? Do you believe the medicine they push on us to be anything short of toxic? Well, if the Jews would go so far as to inject their poison directly into our children, why would they stop short when it comes to our food?

  • What about this Jew? http://www.dailystormer.com/drunken-jew-shoots-at-bartender-over-non-kosher-drink-kills-dog/

    Was the Jew was pissed over not being kosher “taxed”? lol Yeah, right.

    But if we go by what most of you believe (that it’s “just a tax”), then how do you wrap your head around this or the manner in which most other Jews would also react to finding out they ingested something that wasn’t kosher? Most Jews would be just as pissed off as this one, even if they didn’t start shooting at bartenders and dogs. What does that tell you? Does it at least hint at this being more than “just a tax”? Am I “crazy” for thinking it does? Am I a “nutjob” for thinking Jews would want to poison us? Are Jews like this getting pissed off simply because they aren’t being “taxed” or because they know that non-Kosher food is (potentially) laced with toxic ingredients?

    Really, think this one through, would a man/Jew get this pissed off over not paying a tax (how ridiculous to even suggest such a thing, but that’s the only thing that fits into the idea that this is “just a tax”) or would he get this upset over eating some filthy, diseased, and potentially toxic crap that was meant for the “Goyim”?

The Kosher Tax

By: Eric Striker


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