reply to post by twitchy
Thanks for the link. I read parts of it and immediately began going around my home and looking up products. I found several for which I would not have
suspected had the mark..K or U on them.
Jiff Peanut butter, Keebler Crackers...et al Diet coke...
I too found it disturbing that when you bring this up people automatically think of anti semitism. I did not find it to be so.
What I found disturbing is that this occurs right in front of us and so few know it or are educated in it ..just like this issue of taxing the
No one want to talk about it or think it through but many want to "emote" their way through it.
By the way Twitchy ..the connection with Judaism and Freemasonry is that they are both often followers of the Talmud..they are Talmudic.
Lots of groups follow this pattern. A code of conduct for the insiders and another code for the outsiders.
Muslims are Talmudic in this manner though they don't advertise or label it so. So too are Mormons. ...a set of conduct for the Mormons or Saints but
another for non Mormons. The key is that outsiders are never taught this is going on. Just like this food labeling issue of which you are
speaking...people are not taught that this dual code of conduct even exists. The investment is first and foremost in ignorance...not knowing.
One must be very careful about this knowledge because not all practitioners of these religions follow this Talmudic practice nor do they know of its
existence either under that name or any others. While Talmudic practices are known by many ..not all practice them...nor accept them as a valid form
of conduct. So it does not do to label all as operating under this manner.
What I find disturbing is that very few even want you to know this exists...just like the added costs for the labels K or U on products...very
Talmudic of them.
I suspect that in the future..other groups will enter this market in competition for their concerns and also practice keeping the public ignorant of
this method in labeling foods....while passing the costs on to a unwary/knowledgeable public.
The tax on churches the same thing. Ignorance...only runaway emotions.
Churches should be tax immune..not tax subsidized. The governments should not be giving a price support to the churches the way they do. This is not
separation of church and state..both on the part of the churches and on the part of the government. Both groups ..the churches and government ..have a
heavy investment in the public ignorance on this issue and knowledge. Both groups are in bed together while fleecing the public on ignorance..not
Also....I don't think the government belongs in the charity business.
A government tax benefit for giving to charity is a price support...just like the churches.
I am all for charity ..nothing wrong with this ..I just don't think the government belongs in the charity regulating business. In the end..only the
most politically affluent charities will survive...the rest must beg and scrape for the tailing's.
Thanks Twitchy for the information's about product labels. I will be educating others on this and also looking more closely at products.