When the Only Choice is Kosher-Certified, and You Object: A Layman’s Glance at Legal Recourse


Seanna Fenner, aka Odinia, is an Odinist gyðja (priestess), a völva, and the founder of the native European religious organization, Odinia International. She resides in the United States, and she is a fervent follower of the ancient European religion of Odinism.[1] Unlike most Americans today, especially the Christian majority, Ms. Fenner can probably pick out a “hekhsher” (kosher seal) or two on a packaging label. Her spiritual and religious faith likely finds these kosher seals offensive, if not reprehensible.  But if she had to buy food from an American supermarket today to survive, she’d have little choice but to submit to Talmudic and Torah laws that keep her under alien religious bondage.

In the course of investigating the kosher certification industry, I have learned of an American history riddled with crime-tainted rackets and kosher price gouging from the earliest decades of the twentieth century. Protests and riots led to the formation of organizations defending Jewish rights and their dietary laws, Kashruth.[2] Thenceforth, the movement to reform and regulate the kosher meat market gained strength, state laws were adopted that would give the kosher keeper robust legal protection.

But what if you’re the simple consumer who does not keep kosher, or wishes to avoid products and companies that are patronizing the religious kosher agencies for their certification services? Our surveys indicate that almost 40% of consumers object to this religious intrusion in food manufacturing. If you are a Christian, a Hindu, an Odinist, an agnostic, are there any protections in American society that help you avoid an unwitting donation to Jewish interests if that’s not your cup of kosher tea?

When Daughters of the American Revolution member Marian Strack boldly gave a speech renouncing the burgeoning practice in 1954, her peers scolded her and instructed her to just go buy products that are “not kosher certified” (henceforth, “NKC”). While that may have been possible sixty-seven years ago, the now colossal worldwide industry includes over 600 American kosher agencies certifying well over one million products, and for many categories of food and kitchen products there are no choices other than “kosher certified.” After a perusal of most supermarket aisles, one could easily conclude that kosher certification has been imposed on us by the system.

So with the preceding being the background in a nutshell, let’s examine the problem and potential avenues of protection. Are there any existing laws that may be applicable? Keep in mind that, as a layman in the subject-matter of our Constitution and the law, our discussion here is merely to introduce the issue and invite our true experts from our audience to help develop strategies that may protect the rights of consumers who wish to refrain from buying “kosher,” avoid the ubiquitous kosher seal, or have fair access to products free from this rabbinical intervention. Because even the most apolitical citizen should know that the largest kosher agency in the world, based in New York City, was a staunch supporter of spy Jonathan Pollard, who caused untold damage to our nation.[3]

Typical situation: a consumer walks into a supermarket and wishes to buy a few needed items, including milk and eggs (for breakfast), peanut butter (for the kid’s lunch), and dry spaghetti (for the family dinner). Our experience has shown that if the shopper’s supermarket was a Costco big box store, this would yield no option other than kosher certified goods. The same goes for other national supermarket chains, including federally funded military commissaries: a great many product categories that fail to offer any NKC brand options—NOT Kosher Certified.

So does a consumer have any religious rights to avoid “kosher” when they walk in to a general retail store under such circumstances, just as the kosher keeper certainly has laws protecting him/her when shopping at a kosher retail market? Or better phrased, does the retailer, the distributor that supplies the store, or the food manufacturers have a duty not to discriminate in favor of the religion of Judaism, for the privilege of Jewish consumers, when presenting their selection of diverse edible and inedible offerings to the general marketplace? Note: there are countless inedible products certified kosher that we buy every day, including aluminum foil, food storage bags, dish soap, food wrap, laundry detergent, and dishwashing detergent to name a few.

The Civil Rights Act

When I approached this problem by inquiring into laws regarding fair access and consumer and religious rights for the kosher-avoiding consumer, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 came to mind. Title II of this law is titled “Injunctive Relief Against Discrimination in Places of Public Accommodations.” Well, the supermarket is a place that accommodates the public when they shop for groceries, so maybe there’s something that will help here. Section 201 states:

All persons shall be entitled to the full and equal enjoyment of the goods, services, facilities, and privileges, advantages, and accommodations of any place of public accommodation, as defined in this section, without discrimination or segregation on the ground of race, color, religion, or national origin. [my emphasis]

Okay, the supermarket or retail store is selling food products, which are goods. But then there’s this on what constitutes a place of public accommodation:

(b) Each of the following establishments which serves the public is a place of public accommodation within the meaning of this title if its operations affect commerce, or if discrimination or segregation by it is supported by State action: …

(2) any restaurant, cafeteria, lunchroom, lunch counter, soda fountain, or other facility principally engaged in selling food for consumption on the premises, including, but not limited to, any such facility located on the premises of any retail establishment; or any gasoline station;

It was clear that retail stores like supermarkets, whose primary business is selling food to be consumed at home, did not fall under part (2)’s definition. One might argue that most supermarket chains have deli style lunch counters, but these ready-to-eat sandwiches or meals are not typically eaten on premises, as is required for qualification in this law. More searching needed.

My search turned up numerous articles covering Section 1981 of the Civil Rights Act of 1866. Upon reading many of these, it was clear that, while this section focused on “contracts” (and retail transactions are considered a contract), this law was clearly all about race, and provided no protections under religious freedom. On further examination, we read

All persons within the jurisdiction of the United States shall have the same right in every State and Territory to make and enforce contracts, to sue, be parties, give evidence, and to the full and equal benefit of all laws and proceedings for the security of persons and property as is enjoyed by white citizens, and shall be subject to like punishment, pains, penalties, taxes, licenses, and exactions of every kind, and to no other.

Section 1981’s primary goal was to protect non-Whites. Even hypothetically in a far-out scenario, if Whites were institutionally discriminated against by a systemic Kosher Supremacy racket that wanted to ethnically suppress them and extract their wealth as insidious vengeance for European pogroms of centuries past, it appears that this law works in support of any ethnicity but Whites, given the legal text. We move on…

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 (RFRA) begins with Congressional Findings that

(1) the framers of the Constitution, recognizing free exercise of religion as an unalienable right, secured its protection in the First Amendment to the Constitution, and (2) laws “neutral” toward religion may burden religious exercise as surely as laws intended to interfere with religious exercise, and (3) governments should not substantially burden religious exercise without compelling justification.

This Act restores a “compelling interest test” that grants exceptions for government interests, and “it provides a claim or defense to persons whose religious exercise is substantially burdened by government.” Many states have adopted their own RFRAs—this law has brought legal relief to Native American Indians, Sikhs, Muslims, Christians, and even the Floridian Orthodox Jewish prisoner, Bruce Rich, who demanded kosher food.[4] Our first potential angle here might be supermarkets that are operated and controlled by the government. This, obviously, would not include your private grocery chain, but rather the hundreds of military commissaries found on Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine bases. Since the company founder behind www.TheKosherQuestion.com is a retired veteran, I can attest that when grocery shopping on these military installations, one finds that they eschew the very small food companies that might be NKC and free from kosher certification in favor of major national brands.

While at one of these commissaries, I searched for dry pasta and found one brand named “Freedom’s Choice,” produced by The Defense Commissary Agency, which was strictly kosher certified. Is it too much of a burden for Freedom’s Choice to produce dry pasta without rabbinical supervision? Does this preferential bias favoring the laws of just one religion, Judaism, constitute religious discrimination when there are no similar products sold neutral of religion—NKC? Where’s the freedom from contributing to a religious organization for which you may not belong? Perhaps this is the ideal case for RFRA; perhaps just the First Amendment alone might suffice if a Navy sailor filed suit in Federal court claiming that his religious freedom was infringed due to the single choice of this or that product, all strictly kosher certified. This might be worth further investigation.

Freedom’s Choice Macaroni Products – All kosher-certified by Orthodox Union

Even in a military commissary, all this dry pasta was exclusively kosher-certified

The Fair Packaging and Labeling Act

But what about laws that are “neutral” to religion? How about the law behind the two government agencies which are supposed to protect the American consumer—the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)? These are two large government bureaucracies that fall under the supposedly religiously neutral Fair Packaging and Labeling Act of 1967 (FPLA). Besides its role in regulating labels for consumer commodities, disclosing net contents, identifying name and place of the manufacturer, packer, or distributor, this Act further authorizes regulations where necessary to “prevent unfair or deceptive packaging and labeling.” Finally, I may have a law that will work for the kosher-avoiding consumer!

After performing our own research study on kosher seals, the statistical analysis suggested that there was a deceptive trade practice in play industry-wide, and it involves low transparency. I submitted not just one, but two FTC complaints that point towards labeling practices that keep consumers from easily recognizing a product’s kosher certification seal for what it is. Many are so small—averaging just 10% the size of most other food certification seals—that people simply don’t see them, mistake what they are, or overlook their meaning. Others, like the circled “U” of OU Kosher or the “CRC” symbol of Chicago Rabbinical Council are just symbolically too obscure. Certainly a complaint as well researched and explained as ours might pique the interests of the FTC, and the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act should have proceeded to grant us religious justice! But instead, the government agency message I received back was one of indifference, a boiler plate email instructing us how to avoid fraud!

In reviewing the purpose of FPLA, it does seem that it is the most viable legal option to force companies into displaying very large, easily understood kosher symbols with the text “KOSHER CERTIFIED” stamped beside alongside, a transparency that might cause food companies one way or another into producing NKC options on their own for many products. Such a strategy might create a natural market-driven track towards religious freedom from kosher intrusion as the general consumer base becomes kosher aware.

However, our realistic view from this agency’s response to our complaints and the ubiquity of kosher certification suggests that the FTC has a bias in favor of the kosher industry. Otherwise, I don’t believe kosher labeling could have ever become so absurdly obfuscated with the FPLA in place for fifty-four years. I invite interested parties to press harder with this law. Perhaps the government’s continued disregard and purposeful inaction will trigger rights under the RFRA!

State Laws

One of our company’s own goals is to enact state-wide protectionist laws for consumers who refrain from keeping kosher, equal in power to the numerous existing laws protecting kosher keepers. Since only minute percentage of the shopping public is even aware of ubiquitous kosher certification, it is the low transparency that produces this lack of awareness; state laws could perhaps help. Interestingly, the Jewish community insists on mandated high transparency for themselves, as is evident in this California Penal Code 383b[5]:

Every person…who sells or exposes for sale in the same place of business both kosher and nonkosher meat or meat preparations, either raw or prepared for human consumption, who fails to indicate on his [sic!] window signs in all display advertising in block letters at least four inches in height ‘kosher and nonkosher meats sold here’” (my emphasis).

Just for comparison sake, with no laws protecting the general consumer from deception or mandating four-inch block letters, see the kosher-certified dishwashing detergent below. If you didn’t notice the registered trademark symbol beside the “e” in Cascade, you might have thought the OU Kosher seal was just that, a registered trademark symbol.

Yellow arrow points to OU Kosher Seal

Writing laws that would be fair to the kosher-refraining consumer might be fairly simple, and this would definitely be a strategy to promote kosher awareness while respecting religious freedom for all. However, getting such laws passed by the state legislatures would likely be difficult, requiring considerable time, effort, money and human resources—i.e., a movement. Furthermore, the largest kosher agency, OU, financially supports numerous programs for Jewish interests, and OU Advocacy is one of them. One could expect firm resistance as lobby groups like this, the ADL, and other Jewish organizations would presumably attempt to smear any legislative campaign that would disrupt the current kosher money spigot; they would likely label such a proposed law as “anti-Semitic.” One need only look at the media after the Dutch banned kosher slaughter as an example.[6] An interesting statement from this footnoted article by the ADL is this:

We call upon the Dutch Senate to prevent this action from leading to a clear violation of religious freedom that has a disproportionate impact on the Jewish community.

Only approximately 22% of the American Jewish Community strictly follow the kosher laws—about 0.3% of our entire population. And yet the food industry is almost completely kosher certified. So where are the organizations clamoring on behalf of religious freedom for the 99.7%, disproportionately impacted, disproportionately subsidizing the costs of the entire affair? Maybe The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty will go to bat for our cause!

Fair and Non-Discriminatory Access in the General Marketplace

There is a need for new laws to protect the religious rights of those outside the Jewish faith when they shop for food and kitchen supplies, their first source for sustenance. It is our view that beyond the transparency in labeling, prime importance should be given to regulating “access” to NKC products in the general marketplace (i.e., not specializing in Kosher). Our best example of “access” legislation would be the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).[7] Here we find a robust set of regulations protecting a particular minority in America, those with disabilities, from discrimination and prejudice so that they may enjoy the fruits of society like all others:

Congress finds that the Nation’s proper goals regarding individuals with disabilities are to assure equality of opportunity, full participation, independent living, and economic self-sufficiency for such individuals.

With all due respect to helping minorities that are harmed by the system, we implore Congress to find once…just once…from the goodness in their heart, the motivation to protect the majority when a minority religion has immeasurable and possibly detrimental institutional power. We would ask them to write into law the framework to regulate “NKC access” for the great majority, an access unavailable to hard-working men and women of many faiths and identities, most of whom are not kosher keepers. It took over two hundred years for the disabled to get fair access, giving them legal recourse if discriminated against. And their time has come. Let us now move to address American religious freedom vs. the kosher industry, an industry that even in holy Jerusalem has problems with under-the-table bribery payments and requirements for businesses to buy from specific suppliers.[8]


An orthodox Christian—one who believes that Jesus abrogated the laws of Kashrus for his sect—goes to his grocery store to buy garlic salt to flavor his meal for the evening. He is presented three choices: McCormick, Lawry’s and It’s Delish. All three are kosher-certified.[9] Similar findings would occur at any of the other local stores in his town. The man needs his salt, but to purchase any of these would impact his religious belief. He even thinks “What would Jesus do?,” and recalls John 2:16 where Jesus said in anger “Stop turning my father’s house into a marketplace!” But today, the marketplace is almost completely supervised by the rabbis. They control the ingredients, oversee the production, make surprise inspections, often install Machgichim (kosher supervisors) on plant sites, close production lines down for 24 hours for Talmud-prescribed cleaning, they even issue kosher alerts and “take corrective action” when companies miss a step. Finally, they collect tax-exempt fees for their services and travel, revenue that is unaccountable to the public. This particular Christian man wants none of this, but he is left no choice if his meat is to be flavored tonight. He could protest, like those many disabled in wheel chairs seeking ramp access, only to be rudely offered stairs to contend with. The ADA bureaucracy and an army of lawyers are prepared to help them. Instead, this lonely man prays to God and asks forgiveness for having to contribute to this growing menace, an infringement on his religious freedom.

Will there ever be legal recourse that mandates NKC access, kosher seal and kosher cost transparency, or reasonable reform on restricting the intersectional religious-secular industry in so much that they impact our liberty?  We must realistically frame such possibilities in this current system with the old saying “Cum Grano Salis.”[10]

[1] Traditional beliefs and practices associated with the Germanic peoples, from before their conversion to Christianity. Since the 1960s, there has been a revival. Different groups use different terms such as Ásatrú, Forn Sed, Fyrnsidu, Irminism, Odalism, Odinism, Theodism, Vanatrú, Wodenism, and Wotanism.

[2] Also “Kashrus”, depending which Jewish denomination is using the term

[3] https://twitter.com/KosChertified/status/1294319305954177025?s=20

[4] Prisoner Bruce Rich actually had his appeal filed by the non-profit organization Becket (whose slogan is “Religious Liberty for All”), which was filed under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA), a landmark civil rights law similar to the RFRA. See Rich’s case here: https://www.becketlaw.org/case/rich-v-buss/

[5] https://codes.findlaw.com/ca/penal-code/pen-sect-383b.html

[6] https://www.adl.org/news/press-releases/adl-condemns-dutch-vote-against-kosher-slaughter

[7] Keep in mind that Halal certification is, today, the burgeoning religious industry following in the footsteps of the Kosher agencies. In fact, in the book “From Kosher to Halal: When greed, politics, and the sneaky destruction of Western Civilization intertwine” by author Suzanne Bousquet, she reports on how a leader in a European kosher agency helped start up a halal certifying company. https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/from-kosher-to-halal-suzanne-bousquet/1136379404

[8] https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4891347,00.html

[9] https://twitter.com/KosChertified/status/1417625038824431617?s=20

[10] “Cum Grano Salis”: Latin for “[taken] with a grain of salt”; with skepticism or reservation

29 replies
  1. Chet Nixon
    Chet Nixon says:

    “Her spiritual and religious faith likely finds these kosher seals offensive, if not reprehensible.”
    “But if she had to buy food from an American supermarket today to survive, she’d have little choice but to submit to Talmudic and Torah laws that keep her under alien religious bondage.”
    I understand that these ridiculous certifications are part of a legalized shake-down racket, where these companies are beholden to a (Annual? Bi-annual? Weekly? Monthly? Quarterly?) shakedown to prove that their laundry detergent is Kosher, Halal, or whatever, but like Local, State, and Federal taxes these companies and the consumer has to pay, it seems unavoidable. Considering a significant portion of said taxes are used to prop up an alien religious order’s financial and military interests, this seems like a very small potato. If the Kosher seal is offensive because it’s a subtle reminder that your people have been enslaved by Jews, it’s because they have been; Rainbow Flags, anyone?

    As a Southerner by birth and rearing, I have long felt the very same way about the American Flag, which certainly killed more men, women, and children of Dixie, and plundered more of her wealth than any group of rabbis could have, at least at the time. Their attacks (and it is the Jews attacking us) on Southern Heritage has been a steady (and sadly, a losing fight) for as long as I can remember; when I was a child, no self-respecting Southerner of means would drive a Lincoln, which is why Cadillac is still the brand preferred by Blacks, ironically. I’ll bet many readers of this blog probably drive Lincolns, because Henry Ford was woke on the JQ, and Lincolns are just nicer Ford products (debatable); we’re our own worst enemies sometimes.

    About seven ago, a local bank in Arkansas (my home at the time) had a billboard with an actor dressed as “Honest Abe” Lincoln on it, which I complained about in an email (I was not a member of that bank), but I only encountered two people who banked there, and they didn’t care enough to do anything about it; neither did anyone else, as the billboard stayed up. Emboldened, the people who put up that billboard are now pulling down statues of Southern heroes. In spite of this, I would not advise that anyone start menacing the owners of Lincoln automobiles, or picketing Lincoln Dealerships, or doing anything illegal to that Yankee-loving bank, ala Jesse James, because that would be less than pointless.

    Of all the threats we face as a race, the subtle insults leveled at us by our foe, like what brand of car they drive, or them saying: “Hahaha, I can eat the same kind of potato chips as you, now Goy!” seems like really insignificant focal points. Anything with a rainbow flag on it is an open-endorsement of child-sodomy, and that’s spread like cancer. If we can’t get people to oppose the Pedo-Sodomy flag, trying to launch a campaign to keep them from knowing what kind of cookies they can eat seems like a meaningless distraction.

    A better use of our energies lies in buying used cars and everything else for cash instead of supporting the banks by financing everything seems a more serious means of opposing them. Get debt free as quick as you can if you aren’t already, and help other members of your family and your tribe to do the same. They enslave us financially via the banks, morally via degeneracy, and mentally via propaganda, not via Kosher certifications on pasta made by companies they don’t own.

    If you have a loved one with a food allergy, or you are wise enough to avoid ANYTHING with Soy in it (another way they enslave us by lowering our Testosterone via phytoestrogens) you already have a habit of looking closely at every label to make sure there’s nothing in there which might sicken or kill your friend or family member. The best way to avoid Kosher and Halal products is to grow your own food, and make your own products (like soap) within your own debt-free community. Oden would never be indebted to a Jew.

    • Ronn James
      Ronn James says:

      Well said Chet.
      Our Old South is fast disappearing and the world will be a poorer place for it.
      I agree, be debt free and self sufficient, this is the best way to keep from being controlled.

    • Swan
      Swan says:

      Well said. And, once Southern heritage is destroyed, they will move on to destroying the rest of what’s left America and all of western civilization for that matter. And yes, the least amount of patronage we give to a system destroying us, the better.

  2. Mike
    Mike says:

    There could be a legal case against *governments* (city, state, Federal) which produce goods that have a Kosher label.

    Or that won’t carry the symbol of some other religion that requires similar certification.

    Same with a privately made product that refuses to carry a Christian certification symbol.

    Also, what is the cost to consumers of Kosherizing products? Surely many millions.

    If products had Christian crosses, you can bet there would be lawsuits against them.

    Do Jewish-made products carry Islamic “Halal” symbols when requested to do so?

    • ChilledBee
      ChilledBee says:

      Lidl, a German budget supermarket, airbrushed the crosses on a yogurt label featuring the blue-domed chapels of Oia in Santorini, Greece. They also removed the cross from an advertising campaign featuring the Church of Sant’Antonio Abate in the village of Dolceacqua, Italy. It seems that anything Kosher or Halal is just fine to keep on their products but absolutely NO Christian symbols will be tolerated even though Europe is still (for now) a majority Christian continent.

  3. Ned J. Casper
    Ned J. Casper says:

    Most New Zealand lamb is halal, originally because of exports to Muslim countries.
    By the way, Odin is just as imaginary as Allah.

  4. Sophie
    Sophie says:

    Strangely, this super article jumped my memory back to land squarely on Andrew Joyce’s also super article about Guillaume Faye. The two themes are different, of coursse, yet they are essentially the same, somewhat wailing, voice. White Man counts for nought, it complains, although not as openly as that. I shall forever remember them together. I wonder if anyone else will?

    KosChertified, seriously: Do you think that Congress will listen to your modest, pleading voice? My guess is that you do not: You know the state of play. It has many manifestations. Your kosher symbol complaint is one of them. And I think you are a variety of Revisionist. Like they, you do valiantly what you can do. It’s not much. But you are compelled, for at heart you are a truth seeker, come what may. Cf the following:

    Leon Haller’s remark, made in defence of Guillaume Faye against Andrew Joyce’s trenchant criticism of him, is incontrovertibly valid: ‘Stopping immigration imperialism is more important than uncovering the truth of WW2’ (https://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2021/06/23/guillaume-faye-and-the-necessity-of-contemplating-an-ethnic-war-for-survival/#comments).

    We were delighted by the superb works of the Revisionists, and we wallowed in their triumphant displacement of the truly silly ‘mainstream’ holocaust narrative, believing that they had kicked out a major crutch of Jewish power. Our heroic Revisionists did strike a major blow for truth, and they stayed true to their cause. (Only David Irving welched. But then, he had done none of the Revisionists’ superb research and pioneering work.) Yet they achieved nothing of practical value. ‘Holocaust denial’ laws sprang up all over the place, and our judges, even in the UK, where no jurisdiction has a ‘holocaust denial’ law’, became seized of the view that the holocaust happened, and fall over themselves to punish the Revisionists. The judge before whom Alison Chabloz came had the amazing cheek to castigate her barrister for defending her. In short, the Revisionists gave the Jews an opportunity to display their power.

    Andrew Joyce is far from dismissing the value of Guillaume Faye’s writings, despite his pointing out of its faults. But Faye’s prescience that had him predict the severe danger to the White lands of Third World immigration is a nugget. Jews certainly had a sizeable hand in setting off the Black and Brown tsunami that hit those lands, and continues to hit them. The Black and Brown invasion of their lands is the primary existential threat to White Man: But we see in our present time that White Man cannot defend his lands. Black/Brown on White skirmish happens every now and then, even in the UK. But the law sits on White at those events. Anyway, the Whites at those events are never the top-notch ones. Perhaps Guillaume Faye was wrong after all: There will not be a race war, as he predicted. Whitie is stymied by the law of his (once his) land. And who appoints the people who are offered to the electorate as candidates to be elected to the legislature? Cherchez le juif? And this is the dying fall.

    • Carolyn Yeager
      Carolyn Yeager says:

      “The judge before whom Alison Chabloz came had the amazing cheek to castigate her barrister for defending her. In short, the Revisionists gave the Jews an opportunity to display their power.”

      Alison Chabloz is not a Revisionist. It is she, not they, who “achieved nothing of practical value” with her silly ditties, badly sung, that were meant to mock and make fun of Jewish sensibilities. The true Revisionist does not do that, but deals in provable documents, logic and common sense.

      It was Alison’s “amazing cheek” that brought harsher penalties against holo denial in Britain, not the good work of the Revisionists, which continues to stand and will prevail in the end.

    • Carolyn Yeager
      Carolyn Yeager says:

      “Yet [the Revisionists] achieved nothing of practical value.”

      In truth, they are still achieving so very much more ‘of practical value’ than you or Alison Chabloz could ever dream of achieving. The latest release from the Holocaust Handbook series can be found here: https://shop.codoh.com/book/operation-reinhardt-camps-treblinka-sobibor-belzec/1023/ It is a 400 page upgrade/update actually taking the place of three previously published books on these 3 camps that have become the new focus of the “holocaust’, thanks to the unraveling of the original Auschwitz Myth/Lie. All this truly astounding progress is due to the dedication and continuing determination of the Revisionists, and of truth-lovers everywhere. It’s not JUST about White extinction, the very Whites who incidentally helped conjure up this calumny against their fellow White Germans. Let’s not forget that. Could that be partly responsible for the current “white plight”? I think so, but very few want to go there. Maybe it’s time to buy this book and read it … and get mad.

      • Swan
        Swan says:

        True. The great lie of the holohoax is the bedrock on which the destruction of western civilization lies. Also there are many awesome free videos at: Holocausthandbooks.com

  5. Still in Europe
    Still in Europe says:

    I don’t really get this.

    But I’m in Europe and my country banned kosher slaughter of animals.

    But otherwise is there anything in kosher food making that makes it unsuitable for Christians or the followers of old Nordic religions to eat it. Isn’t it mostly about keeping meat and milk in different cooking things or the like?

    Personally I don’t care although a lot of Talmud is pure satanism. And a lot of Judaism is superstition and mumbojumbo. Which was not the case back in the days seems to have surfaced when many jews mixed racially with the subsaharian africans, maybe an adoption of their woodoism and witchdoctor ideas (and arabs)? It also seems to have followed after most jews rejected JESUS.

    But didn’t also JESUS start to dislike a majority of jews probably the racially mixed ones? Obviously he had his followers and his supporters and people he connected with that were probably for the most part WHITE hebrews.

    • s
      s says:

      Which European country is that, please? Kosher slaughter is certainly not banned in any UK jurisdiction. Yet we are known for our love of animals. How did your country dare to bring this banning off?

      • Hans Frank
        Hans Frank says:

        Belgium banned kosher and halaal slaughter of animals. My guess is that it has been rolled back but I haven’t followed up. Good for them though. In the Netherlands Albert Hein rolled out a big halaal meat section that assaulted you as soon as you entered the store. Sales plummeted to the point they removed it. Kosher and halaal practices are very unpopular but the resistance has been disorganized.

  6. Leon Haller
    Leon Haller says:

    I read about a third of the article. I won’t read more until someone explains this:

    {If you are a Christian, a Hindu, an Odinist, an agnostic, are there any protections in American society that help you avoid an unwitting donation to Jewish interests if that’s not your cup of kosher tea?}

    I don’t wish to make such a donation, but I have not yet seen in what way I am doing so. Does that get explained later in the article? Why is kosher-certified a problem (other than some vague objection to companies sucking up to Jews)? I mean, men of the West are facing much more dire problems that that!

    • Chet Nixon
      Chet Nixon says:

      Here, here, Leon! Exactly. When Jews first came to America, there was no labeling of food products at all, and that didn’t keep them out, and it didn’t keep them isolated from the larger society, so these labels aren’t even necessary to facilitate their infiltration and habitation within our lands, so if it’s an insignificant cost for companies to label it as Kosher, who cares if they do it? Are we supposed to avoid eating things that are labeled “Gluten-Free” if we don’t have a Gluten Allergy? It’s a bit silly.

    • Barkingmad
      Barkingmad says:

      When a food mfr hires a koshering organization (i.e., a rabbi who specializes in this practice) to render the facility kosher, this costs the mfr a lot of money, as in tens of thousands of $. Now, multiply that by the number of companies processing and packaging food (or wax paper, cleaning products, etc.) and then multiply that by constant kosher “supervision”, that is, kosherizing is not a one-shot event.

      So, did you think that the food manufacturer pays this expense from his personal savings account or something? No, he passes the cost onto you by making the packaged product a bit more expensive. There ya go: everything packaged that you buy costs a bit more because it has been thru the kosher approval process. These rabbis are not running a charity.

    • Franklin Ryckaert
      Franklin Ryckaert says:

      Orthodox Jews want their food to be prepared in a “kosher” way, otherwise they will not eat it. In order to be able to sell their food also to Orthodox Jews, food producers therefore produce their food in a “kosher” way and let a rabbi, who inspects their factory, certify that. That certification is indicated by a small symbol on the product. The rabbi however let himself be payed for that “service” by the food producer. That payment is added to the price of the product. Thus even non-Jews who buy such a product pay for a “service” that they don’t want. That is per product but a small amount of money, but on the whole this earns the rabbinate millions per year. Of course this has become another Jewish racket to swindle the goyim. Thus even such non-food products as aluminum foil have to be certified as “kosher” etc.

    • Fool
      Fool says:

      The jews rake in money by holding those who produce food (/adjacent) products hostage.

      “You had better certify this stupid spaghetti as kosher or we’ll throw a fit!”

      “What? Okay, I guess. How?”

      “You pay us to show up at your shop and snoop around at our pleasure. Also, you need to donate to jew organizations.”

      It won’t get better.

  7. bruno
    bruno says:

    I am sure that many people who read this site have been seeing, since birth, the sham of the kosher symbols. It verifies the power of the monopoly media’s “best of all people.” The reply of our Southern brother Chet demonstrates how divided our country is.

    If you were go reside in East Germany or Poland for a while and people knew you, you’d see that the majority of citizens comprehended the Z dilemma. In the US the average guy on the the street knows nothing about Zs. On the other hand, politicos -your “representatives”— bend over backwards to not only kiss Z arse, but praise Zs to the heavens.

    The situation is nothing new. Hitler, god to 01% of the population, figured he’d take them out of power. He childishly openly went after them. Results: The global elite went after him like there was no tomorrow. On the other hand, Putin took down the Z oligarchy -perhaps one of the most incredible accomplishments in Western civilization. What did he immediately do? Well, he started giving their religious leaders tin medals and praising them. Very smart. Over 75% of Zs did not assault him. Compare that with those congressmen and others who were not diplomatic about the JQ.

    Nevertheless, journalists commenced slandering him. Media glorified Krauthammer was oppressed with whacking Putin. Even today TelAvivza constantly demonizes Putin. The long and short of it is that Zs have influence but they don’t run the Russian show. Trump, a New Yorker, knew first hand who ran the US supermarket. Thus, he kissesed and kisses their arse constantly. This diluted the assaults against him.

    Getting back to Amdom, here, as noted, John Doe has no idea what’s going on, as indicated by the Cord19 show. Most citizens won’t fight back cuz their too fat, drive SUVs, live good and are indoctrinated. US Law, overall, is (also) a sham as noted not only by what has been done to congressmen against giving the kitchen sink to the “only democracy” in the MIddle East, but by the riots, educational system and universities (such as liberal anti-majority Yale)… If there’s any doubt about Law just look into the future; look at the open borders and the illegals driving cars without any license. You don’t need to go to the Third World cuz it’s coming to you, while you eat kosher food… The reply of Chet Nixon tells plenty.

    • Carolyn Yeager
      Carolyn Yeager says:

      “Hitler, god to 01% of the population, figured he’d take [Jews] out of power. He *childishly openly* went after them. Results: The global elite went after him like there was no tomorrow.”

      There was nothing childish about the way Adolf Hitler approached the Jews. Jews had been a subject of controversy in Germany since before the Great War – so there was nothing secret about the JQ. Hitler began with passing the “Nuremberg Laws” over the course of 5 years. Jews in Germany were cooperating and Hitler was treating them very carefully and well. IOW, he was being patient and smart about it.

      But no way has Putin gotten rid of Jews and J. Power in Russia — his governing style just covers it up. Plus, Russia is a poor country so there is not that much for Jews to gain there now. Same goes for all the Slavic countries … and remember Hungary and Romania are not Slavic, and make a point of saying so. You can’t name one Slav country that was able to stand up to the Jews if the latter wanted to take it over.

  8. Dionysios
    Dionysios says:

    I lived in NYC most of my life. The kosher food industry is a racket. For decades controlled by the mob as such “kosher meats” were much higher priced than non-kosher. This ended for two reasons, first the break up of the mob in the 1990’s with RICO violations and second Jews began to refuse to by ‘kosher especially the “reformed” and garden variety secular leftist Jew. Prices came down but not too much.
    Also in Jewish ghettos such as Williamsburg in Brooklyn Hassidic Jews can park their cars and all vehicles anywhere on Friday night and all day Saturday and not get ticked including in front of parking meters. I’ve friends retired on the job when they got tickets from a cop not updated on this the Hassid’s would often curse and even spit on them. Of course the “goyim” in areas close by will get tickets. You can’t have a nativity scene but you can have a menorah or a Crescent nobody complains about this except yours truly, most folks are afraid of being called “anti-Semitic” or Islamophobic”.
    I should also say that despite NYC’s reputation as the USA’s 21st example of Weimar Republics “Red Berlin” I can tell you there are still many Eurocentric pro-western nationalists in the five boroughs. We’re not Detroit and we’re still a presence not question about it.

  9. BjornThorsonn
    BjornThorsonn says:

    The comments to this article shows why the Joohs has such a field day in their fight with us:
    Presumably racial aware whites just raise their shoulders and says ‘why bother’?

  10. 9593
    9593 says:

    I suppose that, for Proctor and Gamble, or any other producer, there is a calculation of cost versus benefit to evaluate the kosher extortion’s effect on sales. I leave it to them. We’ve been over this before:


    If the various food fetishists have buying power, so be it. The real suckers are those who submit to food obsessions that have no measurable health benefits. The food obsession could be a gateway into more serious obsessive/compulsive behavior – contributing to anti-social, “we-versus-them” attitudes.

  11. michael
    michael says:

    In response to “Leon”, the eighth comment: the certification involves a fee, charged by the respective rabbinical organization. Moreover, each separate product made by a food producer or associated product, is charged a fee. For example, a dairy producing company may make milk, cheese, ice cream, et cetera. Each product kosher certified is charged a fee to the company.

    The fees and certification are renewed and each is a charge. That fee is added to the cost of the product. It adds the the cost of food, OVERALL.

    The fee is a tax, of sort.

    Mind you, certifying as to kosher does not guarantee quality. It only certifies that the product is in accord to jewish, orthodox requirement.

    Why should a non-jew pay for this jewish religious practice, especially when about one half a percent of the population of the United States is orthodox jew?

    The orthodox rabbis have perpetrated a scam. Overall, the multitude of certification for their religion generates an undisclosed revenue.

    And, if questioned or an inquiry to a food producer, such as Unilever or General Foods, or PepsiCo, will not be answered: “It’s proprietary.” Will be the answer.

    And, the likelihood of this money collected doing anything other than enriching the jewish world, including Israel is… well, likely. After all, jewish organizations such as rabbinical, gift, donate and help Israel. How much?
    “It’s proprietary.” Or, “None of your business.” But that money collected, makes way for money to go to Israel.

    Note: before the recent kerfluffle about the tribalist Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream, that company gave its product to the Israeli military. It was called, “Comfort food.” Imagine jewish Israeli soldiers returning from gunning down Palestinian men, women and children, to sit down to a big bowl of… comfort food. That food had a kosher tax added, paid for by Americans who bought it.

    Last: some products aren’t given to the Israeli military, as “comfort food.” Buy them, instead.

  12. Milano24
    Milano24 says:

    Are there any reading or listening Rabbi’s/Jews of this article care to answer one simple question, when and where did we become their Promised Land?

    Thanks so much

  13. Genghis Cohen
    Genghis Cohen says:

    On an interesting side note: “Israel to Break Up Rabbinate’s Kashrut Monopoly, Open It Up to Competition”
    (Use a web-to-pdf site to get around the paywall)

    Cue violins- ““The current system is sick,” Minister Kahana told
    journalists on Tuesday. “There are no unifed halakhic
    standards and no uniformity in kashrut certification
    costs. Moreover, the wage conditions of kashrut
    supervisors are difficult, and they have no economic

    As for the US, this minority supposedly comprises 2% of the population, and among that 2%, only 15-25% “keep kosher”. So, at best, this system of extortion exists to accommodate 0.5%. I’ve been shopping at the same store for 25 years, and in all that time I’ve spotted 1 heeb. It was a spectacle enough that my mother noticed too, because we looked at each other when we saw him. He was only browsing. He had no cart or basket, and was inspecting salad dressing bottles.

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