Because Christians worship Jesus Christ as True God and True Man, Jewish law labels us idolaters, avodah zarah, making us liable under halakha (the Jewish version of sharia) for execution by beheading. Details and evidence from Jewish “holy” books here: Noahide Deceit, beheading.
“Akum—This word is made up of the initial letters of the words Obhde Kokhabkim U Mazzaloth (עובדי כוכבים ומזלות)—worshippers of stars and planets. It was thus that the Jews formerly styled the Gentiles who lacked all knowledge of the true God. Now, however, the word Akum in Jewish books, especially in the Schulkhan Arukh, is applied to Christians. This is evident from numerous passages:
“In the Orach Chaiim (113,8) those who use a cross are called Akum. In the Iore Dea (148, 5, 12), those who celebrate the feasts of Christmas and New Year, eight days afterwards, are called worshippers of the stars and planets:
‘Thus if a gift is sent to the Akum, even in these times, on the eighth day after Christmas, which they call the New Year,’ etc.”
Talmud Unmasked by Fr. I. B. Pranaitis
“Kosher foods are those that conform to the regulations of kashrut (Jewish dietary law). Food that may be consumed according to halakha (Jewish law) is termed kosher (pronunciation: /koʊʃər/) in English, from the Ashkenazi pronunciation of the Hebrew term kashér (כָּשֵׁר, pronunciation: /kɑːʃɛər/), meaning ‘fit’ (in this context, fit for consumption). Food that is not in accordance with Jewish law is called treif (Yiddish: טרײף, pronunciation: /treɪf/, derived from Hebrew: טְרֵפָה trāfáh) meaning ‘torn.’”
Entry for kosher foods, https://infogalactic.com/info/Kosher_foods
The Jews have come to also call non-kosher food as akum.
Head of Chief Rabbinate kashrut to be indicted for bribery
Rabbi allegedly took cash in return for bypassing supervision procedures
by Jeremy Sharon, Jerusalem Post, May 12, 2020
“The head of the Chief Rabbinate’s Kashrut Division is to be indicted on charges of receiving bribes from food importers who demanded kosher certification and preferential treatment in return for their money.
In December, KAN News reported that the police had obtained footage of Rabbi Yitzhak Cohen Arazi, the exclusive authority for granting kashrut approval to imported food, receiving envelopes filled with cash allegedly in return for kashrut approval without undergoing the requisite procedures for licensing.
KAN reported on Monday that Cohen Arazi is set to be indicted for having taken bribes for many years.
According to the original report, in one video of the rabbi, one of the importers is seen giving him an envelope of cash and the rabbi is seen counting the bills.
In another video, an importer tucks a roll of bills into the rabbi’s shirt pocket and asked him if he accepts checks for his son’s wedding, after which the two discussed kashrut approval for the importer’s products.
Cohen Arazi allegedly claimed to some of the importers that the cash was destined for a charity for the needy run by his wife, although it transpired that no such organization existed.…
The Ne’emanei Torah Va’Avodah religious-Zionist organization, which lobbies for reform of religious matters in the public domain, said the indictment demonstrates that ‘the total monopoly of the Chief Rabbinate over kashrut causes severe corruption and harms the kashrut of food that Israelis consume.’”
Ask the Expert: Kosher Symbols—How to decode the different kosher labels.
“There can be (and have been) all kinds of political shenanigans related to kashrut and kosher supervision, but it’s difficult to know exactly if and when this is going on.”
The dietary laws of the Mosaic Covenant are a dead letter. Gentiles have no duty to “keep kosher.” Of course, that does not stop the Jews from swindling money from us with their kosher dietary certifications. Read your food labels carefully, not just for nutritional information, but also to understand the extent of the swindle.
Be aware that there are thousands of different symbols from thousands of different rabbinical groups muscling in on the kosher food swindle.
Why So Many Different Symbols and Agencies?
If all products with kosher symbols on them have been certified as kosher by someone, then why do we need so many symbols? Well, because some people only trust certain organizations to do a good job of making sure something is kosher.…
To help explain why people don’t all trust the same labels, I consulted with Rabbi Asher Lopatin, president of Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School. He said that sometimes a rabbi or organization will accept a halachic (Jewish legal) leniency regarding food that others take issue with.
What’s a good example?
“While there have been some lenient opinions over the centuries regarding gelatin,” Rabbi Lopatin said, “current Orthodox practice, at least in the Diaspora, is to not accept gelatin from non-kosher animals. Therefore, supervisions which do accept the leniencies of gelatin from non-kosher animals are not acceptable to (Orthodox) community standards.” And once you have an organization that allows for gelatin from a non-kosher animal, the community might be nervous accepting that organization’s supervision on any food, even if it doesn’t contain gelatin.…
Rabbi Lopatin brought up other concerns a community might have: “The second issue might be that while the rabbi giving the supervision might be a great scholar, he might not have the expertise to supervise a complicated system which requires expertise in modern machinery and processing systems. The third issue is that sometimes a supervision is just not seen as rigorous enough in really watching what is going on. There are some supervisions — local and national — where people have seen first hand that the mashgiach [the person in charge of supervising the facility for its kashrut ] is not around and that things are going on that might make the products non-kosher.”…
There are two more factors that differentiate among the kosher symbols. One is money. In order for a product to be certified kosher, the company has to pay a rabbi or kosher supervision organization to come in and supervise. This can be very expensive, and it’s fair to assume that when a company decides which organization they want to bring in to certify their product, they will choose a certification that fits within their budget.
Finally, it’s worthwhile to note that all of the kosher certification bodies are competitors with each other, and so it behooves them to maintain firmly that their own hashgacha (supervision) is the most trustworthy.
As you might expect, a rabbi whose brother is the head of a kosher certification body might be inclined to tell his community that his brother’s organization is the best one out there. There can be (and have been) all kinds of political shenanigans related to kashrut and kosher supervision, but it’s difficult to know exactly if and when this is going on.
Ask the Expert: Kosher Symbols—How to decode the different kosher labels.
Arguably, the most common one in the world is the hechsher, or kosher seal of the Orthodox Union:
Also common, the tax symbol for the Committee for the Furtherance of Torah Observance looks like this:
The Hebrew for “kosher,” sometimes outlined by a “Torah” scroll [see above], appears on certain seals and certificates, looks like this:
Products specially taxed for Passover (pesach), will display the Hebrew for “kosher for Passover” (kasher l’Pesach):
Since kosher “laws” require keeping meat and dairy separate, kosher products may specify whether or not they are meat (fleishig), dairy (milchig or chalavi) or neither meat nor dairy (pareve). Example:
We think that Our Lady of LaSalette blog captured the foul essence of the kosher racket, so post an extended excerpt here:
“WHAT! KOSHER POSTAL STAMPS?”
IT’S TRUE...On demand of the Jewish rabbis, (who collect a tax on every K and U that you see on the products we goyim buy each day) the U. S. Post Office capitulated and changed the makeup of the glue on the back of postage stamps. It was changed from a pork-fat based glue to a vegetable derivative to accommodate Kosher approval, and to collect a rabbi Kosher fee. (Note: stamps are no longer licked—they’re pressed on instead) Obviously, their Kosher imposed tax extends beyond food products.
The list of companies caving-in to the Jewish Rabbi Kosher Tax involves just about all manufactures, as notably above, even businesses having nothing whatsoever to do with food products.
Another example: Morton Salt Co. and Diamond Crystal, the two largest producers of salt accounting for most of the salt produced, makes Kosher salt for the Jewish community, yet their regular table and sea salts are labeled Kosher. Result: all food that contains salt, usurps tax money from non-Jews. Every time a chef salts food, we goyim pay the kosher piper.
Check out your American pasta labels, what you will generally see is…the K or U posted on the label--even on pasta made in Catholic Italy. What do Jews know about spaghetti that should cause them to tax it? They douse it with ketchup and mush-it up when they eat it. All Americans and Catholic Italians, who sit down to their K or U labeled spaghetti dinners, pay a tax to the Jewish rabbis who teach that Jesus is burning in hell in hot excrement (Talmud).
Kosher doesn’t taste any better; Kosher isn’t healthier; Kosher doesn’t have any less salmonella. You can eat chicken that sells for 49 cents a pound, and next taste a Kosher chicken selling for $1.99 a pound, and not tell the difference, except, there’s a bunch of shekels to be made! Religion has nothing to do with it. It’s all about the shekel.
Rabbi Bernard Levy, head of the Orthodox, “Committee for the Furtherance of Torah Observance”, demonstrated how he stamps the K symbol that made him untold millions of dollars (Tax free).
Big manufactures of processed food products are silent on this subject. They don’t allow any information to seep out to the public. (Could it be because there’s Jewish ownership; money and/or stock investment; or payoffs?). These participating manufactures only run ads announcing which products are Kosher in Jewish publications, while they continue to pay the rabbis for the K and the U for their products not being advertised in publications, owned or not by Jews, that’s made available to the goyim.…
Not often will costs for kosher inspections by revealed. However, New York Times writer, Leonard Slone, asked Rabbi Bernard Levy the cost for the kosher inspections. He said the cost runs from $1,000 for a “mom and Pop” operation to $40,000 per plant for the larger corporations. This was revealed in 1975—WHAT ARE THE COSTS TODAY?
American food products are already checked by government agencies for purity and edibility. Jewish kosher certification doesn’t make them any more sanitary or wholesome. Orthodox Jewish organizations send rabbis to the food companies. They tell them that Jews will refuse to buy their products if they are not marked with the “U or “K” kosher symbol. They hint that refusal to pay for these “kosher inspections” would indicate that they are “unfriendly or insensitive” to Jewry. Refusal would label them anti-Semites—and we all know how well Jews like to create a stink over anti-Semitism.
Jews are shrewd, cunning, manipulative… “It’s all about shekels”. (Rabbi Abe Finkelstein). “Hey, we are god’s chosen people. It’s just that most Jews do not like to admit it, but our god is Lucifer. (Rabbi Abe Finkelstein).
DOES THIS NOT EXPLAIN IT ALL?
Pray the Rosary, wear the Brown Scapular, and pray for the conversion of these perfidious Jews.