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From Wed Jun  5 10:46:55 PDT 1996
Article: 21563 of alt.politics.nationalism.white
From: (Dayan18)
Newsgroups: alt.politics.nationalism.white
Subject: Re: KOSHER TAX RIPOFF-Canada
Date: 5 Jun 1996 08:00:14 -0400
Organization: America Online, Inc. (1-800-827-6364)
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Reply-To: (Dayan18)

The whole claim of the "Kosher Tax" is a FRAUD.   In 1975(May 18), the NY
Times reported that the cost to General Foods "Birds-Eye" Unite was 
.0000065 cents (U.S.) / item (that is 6.5 MILLIONTHS of a Cent).  Heinz
reported  the cost was "so small we can't even calculated it."  Heinz
indicated that the labeling of items as Kosher actually increased its
market.   Similary, in a  Washington Post article, Entenmann's Inc, a US
bakery, reported that when it received its kosher certification in 1981,
its  sales of its baked good "increased substantially."

The whole history of this hoax shows that has been sponsored by
anti-Semites of all stripes, the KKK, the National States Right Party and
other groups with neo-Nazi tendencies.

It is an old lie, but old lies in the hands of hate-filled people don't
die.  They repeat them and repeat them ---  and, taking a book from their
mentor Josef Goebbels, a man so vile that even a Nazi apologist and
historical liar such as David Irving admits that he was dispicable ---
hope that their small lies become big ones and no one will realized it.  

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