Category Archives: Kashrut

Altright.com: ‘Keeping Kosher Is Inhumane And Should Be Banned In White Countries’

Hatred blinds. There’s no cure for dumb. From Altright.com (a lowbrow replacement for RadixJournal.com): The Jews have a strict dietary law called the Kashrut. It is an ancient rite based on stone-age thinking and science. Additionally, their practice of ritually … Continue reading

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Vox Day: ‘Jews and Muslims are whining about not being able to torture animals in Europe anymore’

I never considered this take on things. I always thought of kosher slaughter as more humane than gentile slaughter. I do like the idea of the goyim growing a pair and forbidding cruel and disgusting practices though of course what … Continue reading

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Kosher Certification On LA Restaurants

A Mashgiach Temidi (only the Mashgiach will have keys to the restaurant, no entrance without the Mashgiach, unless you can lock up all the fridges separately) is the new community chumra (strictness of Jewish law) for kosher restaurants and it … Continue reading

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OK Kosher Takes Over Kehilla Kosher, Kosher Restaurants Worried

I hear: OK.org is the second largest national kosher organization. Wants to take the keys away from owners. Mandatory Mashgiach temidi$$$$. Will put the small guys out of business. OK doesn’t care! Well firstly, their base monthly fee is going … Continue reading

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Rabbinical Council of California v. Jakma, Inc. et al

The RCC has sued Schwartz’s Bakery (SchwartzBakeryLA.com) in U.S. District Court. The RCC alleges that Schwartz’s Bakery has fraudulently put RCC hashgacha (kosher) stickers on its product since 2013. “That’s a blatant fraud on the community,” says one macher. “This … Continue reading

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