Zionist Kosher Tax and the symbols on YOUR food supporting Israel
The "Kosher Nostra Scam" on the American Consumerby
La Voz de Aztlan
Los Angeles, Alta California - 4/27/2002 - (ACN) La Voz de Aztlan receives
quite a few "news tips" per week from our many subscribers and readers. Some we
dismiss immediately but a very few catch our attention. Last week we receive an
e-mail asking us if we knew the significance of the small encircled letter "U"
or letter "K" that can be found printed on many food cans, food packages and on
other kitchen products. The message gave us some clues and suggested that we do
some research into the subject. What we found certainly was "news" to us and it
both shocked and angered us.
On arriving at my residence, I immediately went to the
pantry to verify that what I had just learned was actually true. Sure enough,
most of the packaged and canned foods from major companies, like Proctor &
Gamble and others, did have the (U), the (K) or other similar markings. The
Arrowhead water bottle, the instant Folgers Coffee, the Kelloggs box, the Jiff
Peanut Butter, the Pepper container, the Trader Joe's tea box and even the Glads
plastic sandwich bags carton had the (U) or (K) mark on them.
We needed a little more verification so we called two major companies to
asked some questions. We chose Proctor & Gamble that markets the Folgers
Coffee and the Clorox Company that manufactures the Glads plastic zip lock
sandwich bags. Each of the two companies, as well as most others, have 1-800
telephone numbers printed on their packages for consumers to call in case they
have any questions about their products. When we asked the Proctor & Gamble
representative what the (U) meant on their Folgers Coffee container, she asked
us to wait until she consulted with her supervisor. She came back and informed
us that the mark meant that the coffee was " certified kosher". We than asked
her how and who certified the coffee to be "kosher" and whether it cost any
money to do so. She refused to answer these and other questions. She suggested
that we write to their Corporate Public Affairs Department. We than called the
Clorox Corporation to ask what the (U) meant on the package of their Glads
plastic sandwich bags and she also said that the (U) meant that the plastic bags
were "kosher" but refused to answer questions concerning payments the Clorox
Corporation has to make in order to be able to print the (U) on their products.
What we learned next, pretty much floored me personally. I learned that major
food companies throughout America actually pay a Jewish Tax amounting to
hundreds of million of dollars per year in order to receive protection. This
hidden tax gets passed, of course, to all non-Jewish consumers of the products.
The scam is to coerce the companies to pay up or suffer the consequences of a
Jewish boycott. Jewish consumers have learned not to buy any kitchen product
that does not have the (U) the (K) and other similar markings.
Another shocker was learning who is actually behind these sophisticated
"Kosher Nostra Scams." It turns out that the perpetrators of these elaborate
extortion schemes are actually Rabbinical Councils that are set up, not just in
the U.S. but in other western countries as well. For example, the largest payola
operation in the U.S. is run by those who license the (U) symbol. The (U) symbol
provides protection for many products sold here in Aztlan and in the United
States. This symbol is managed by the The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
with headquarters at 333 Seventh Avenue in New York City.
The scam works like a well oiled machine and is now generating vast amounts
of funds, some of which are being utilized by the Union of Orthodox Rabbis to
support the Ariel Sharon Zionist government in Israel. The website of the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations is full of pro-Israel and anti-Palestinian
The "Kosher Nostra" protection racket starts when an Orthodox Rabbi
approaches a company to warn the owners that unless their product is certified
as kosher, or "fit for a Jew to eat", they will face a boycott by every Jew in
America. Most, if not all of the food companies, succumb to the blackmail
because of fear of the Jewish dominated media and a boycott that may eventually
culminate in bankruptcy. Also, the food companies know that the cost can be
passed on to the consumer anyway. The food companies have kept secret from the
general consumer the meaning of the (U) and the amount of money they have to pay
the Jewish Rabbis.
It is estimated that the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, which
manages the (U) symbol protection racket, controls about 85% of the "Kosher
Nostra " certification business. They now employ about 1200 Rabbi agents that
are spread through out the U.S. Food companies must first pay an exorbitant
application fee and than a large annual fee for the use of the (U) copyright
symbol. Secondly, the companies must pay separate fees each time a team of
Rabbis shows up to "inspect" the company's operations. Certain food companies
are required to hire Rabbis full time at very lucrative salaries.
The amount of money that the non-Jewish consumer has paid the food companies
to make up for the hidden Jewish Tax is unknown, but it is estimated to be in
the billions since the scam first started. The Orthodox Jewish Councils as well
as the food companies keep the amount of the fees very secret. The Jewish owned
Wall Street Journal wrote about the problem many years ago, but they have
stopped writing about it now.
Only public awareness concerning the "Kosher Nostra Scam" will eventually
help stop this swindle of the American consumer. Public education of the scam
may lead to an eventual non-Jewish boycott of all products with the (U), (K) or
other Jewish protection symbols. I certainly do not need to pay extra for
"kosher water", "kosher coffee" or "kosher plastic sandwich bags". In fact, I
demand my money back for all I had to pay over the years for the hidden and
illegal Jewish Tax. Are there any bright attorneys out there that could bring a
class action suit against the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations on behalf
of the citizens of Aztlan and other non-Jewish people?
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