“The Kosher Nostra Scam”
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 propaganda.
The total dollars these rabbis rake in has to be an enormous amount based of the fact that in just one year, 1999, over $130 BILLION was spent on kosher products!!! And as anyone with common sense knows, the corporations who pay these ridiculous fees don’t eat the cost themselves! They pass it on to you and me!
I’ve searched for exact figures of exactly how much the take is that these revealed religionists are enjoying, but it appears the rabbis aren’t in favor of transparency when it comes to this superstition based scam. I did, however, learn that having just one full-time mashgiach, or kashrut supervisor, runs between $40,000 and $50,000 per year! Common sense tells us that kashrut supervisors who get paid decent salaries and also have full job benefits along with 401K plans have significant amounts of money flowing in from somewhere. Add to this that The Wall Street Journal reports in its April 18, 2011 edition that companies “pay from $2,000 to tens of thousands of dollars annually” to the rabbis to declare their products kosher and to allow their kosher seal to be placed on the products’ packaging! It becomes very obvious that the take is huge! Reality tells us the source of their cash-flow is the pockets of consumers, the over whelming majority of whom don’t even believe in this ancient Jewish superstition!