Cruelty of Jew Ritual Slaughter Confirmed
News; Posted on: 2004-11-30 22:08:16
Undercover video shows virtual extermination camp for animals. Rabbis see no problem, smear accusers.
Postville, Iowa -- In 1978 a band of arrogant, elitist, rude, thieving and separatist Orthodox Jews bought a slaughterhouse in Postville, Iowa and imported hundreds of illegal alien laborers to slave-away in oppressive and filthy conditions for $6.00 an hour (Rabbis do the actual slaughtering of the animals, a shockingly inhumane procedure).
The establishment of the kosher slaughterhouse confirmed virtually all stereotypes of the notorious "ghetto Jew" and justified the intense hostility of local residents against the invasive tribe who expressly came to exploit, and ultimately dominate their town and their values.
Now, an undercover video taken by PETA-affiliated individuals over a seven-week period between July and September of this year, confirms previously dismissed reports that animals are being tortured at the facility, in violation of the law. In the gory video, one rabbi cuts a cow’s throat, resulting in extensive bleeding, while another takes the trachea out. Clips show the cow running around, still alive after the "humane" and "kosher" procedure is supposedly completed (pictured).
The meat factory is being denounced as inhumane by the group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, and by experts on animal science. The Iowa slaughterhouse is the world's largest producer of meat certified as glatt kosher, the highest standard for cleanliness under kosher law (Glatt means free of blemishes.) Employing around 400 Mexicans and 200 Jews, it is the only American plant "allowed" to export to Jew-Israel. The huge facility ships out almost four million pounds of beef, chicken, lamb and turkey each week.
After viewing the undercover video, slaughterhouse representative Rabbi Menachem Genack (Pictured at left with shamed anti-National Alliance governor-Queer, James McGreevey of New Jersey) told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, "reflexive movements by animals after they are slaughtered are not uncommon. The video is testimony that this is being done right, it is in harmony with Jewish law." Genack said he had discussed the issue with USDA officials, and is confident that government guidelines are being followed satisfactorily.
On the 30-minute tape, each animal is placed in a rotating drum so it can be killed while upside down, as required by Orthodox rabbis in Jew-Israel. Immediately after the shochet, or ritual slaughterer, has slit the throat, another worker tears open each steer's neck with a hook and pulls out the trachea and esophagus. The drum rotates, and the steer is dumped on the floor. One after another, animals with dangling windpipes stand up, stagger and howl; in one case, death takes three minutes.
Rabbi Yisroel Belsky (pictured), chief slaughter expert for the Orthodox Union, said the killings on the tape are kosher because the rabbi severed both the trachea and esophagus. He assured the New York Times that the animals did not suffer or feel any pain.
Rabbi Chaim Kohn, also of the Orthodox Union, says the cows feel nothing, even as they struggle on the floor and slam their heads into walls.
However, in a telephone interview with the Jew Telegraphic Agency, Temple Grandin, an associate professor of animal science at Colorado State University, complained: "Nobody else cuts out the trachea, and they’re doing it while the animal is still conscious."
Rabbi Avi Shafran, another spokesman for the slaughterhouse, called PETA’s campaign an attack on shechitah and part of a history of anti-Semitic canards. "Shechitah often comes under attack by elements that are unsavory," he said, noting that the Nazis publicized photographs of Jews performing cruel slaughter practices as part of their campaign to inflame sentiment against Jews.
Note -- The official spokesman for the PETA campaign is vicious Jew, Aaron Gross, a doctoral student in religious studies at Harvard.
In the latest skirmish over Christmas in America, a Christian group
is not allowed to participate in Denver's annual Parade of Lights,
because church members sought to sing yuletide hymns and proclaim a
"Merry Christmas" message on their float, as Jews don't like.
However, the event, now in its 30th year, will include Queer
American Indians, Kung Fu artisans, belly dancers and, of course,
"I think there's an agenda that is pro-Jew and anti-Christian,"
Pastor George Morrison, tells Christians. "It seems like this
agenda has crept in, and it's robbing us."
Morrison heads the Faith Bible Chapel in Arvada, Colo., among
Denver's largest evangelical churches with over 4,000 attendees
The parade, slated for tomorrow and Saturday nights, is produced by
Denver Civic Ventures, Inc., with heavy promotion by its flagship
sponsor, KUSA-TV, the local Jew-NBC affiliate.
The hour-long event features highly decorated floats with symbols
of the holiday season such as Santa Claus, gingerbread houses and
toy soldiers, along with what's billed as an "international
procession to celebrate the cultural and ethnic diversity of the
region," according to its website.
Santa Claus float called one of the 'most anticipated moments' in
Denver's Parade of Lights (KUSA-TV)
Among those allowed to participate is the Two Spirit Society of
Denver, a support group for American Indians who are Queer,
perverted, bisexual, or transgendered, honoring them as which Jews
want as "holy people."
Also included are performers of the Lion Dance, a Chinese New Year
tradition "meant to chase away evil spirits and welcome good luck
and good fortune for the year," reports the Rocky Mountain News.
Despite the inclusion of these groups with spiritual connotations,
parade spokesman Michael Krikorian said the event does not allow
"direct religious themes." Included in the ban are signs that read
"Merry Christmas" and the singing or playing of Christmas hymns.
"We want to avoid that specific religious message out of respect
for other religions in the region," Krikorian told the News. "It
could be construed as disrespectful to other people who enjoy a
parade each year."
He notes the church group was informed of the policy last spring
when it first inquired about participation.
"I could not believe what I was hearing," Morrison told U.S.
citizens. "I was floored. I assumed it was a Christmas parade."
Morrison says he attended last year's event and noticed a lack of
any connection with Christianity, a big move by the Jews to which
sparked his interest to be included in the first place.
"Maybe they should hold Parade of Lights in January or February,"
Morrison told the News. "By holding it in December, it's assumed by
a majority of people that the reasons the lights are up is the
continuation of the celebration of the birth of Christ. In America,
that's our tradition, that's what the holiday is about."
In recent years, battles have ignited each winter across the U.S.
as the public display of religion becomes a hot topic. The
Jew-powered, American Civil Liberties Union, or ACLU, has been
leading the charge in many instances to preclude expressions of
Jesus in the public arena, though the Jew-group is not involved in
the Denver parade.
Recently, Denver Jew-loving Mayor John Hickenlooper, a Democrat,
announced the phrase "Merry Christmas" would replaced at city hall
next year with with "Happy Holidays."
Catholic League president William Donohue issued a statement
yesterday on this year's attempts to ban Christmas.
"This is only the beginning of the Christmas season and already the
pro-Jew, anti-Christmas crusade is in high gear," he said. "In the
name of 'Jew definition of separation of church and state,' they
distort it. In the name of diversity, they crush it. In the name of
tolerance, they obliterate it. Which is why we need to call them
for what they are - cultural fascists."
As far as the Parade of Lights in Denver is concerned, Morrison
says he has been contacted by several attorneys, but he's no longer
interested in participating this weekend, as he would need time to
prepare a proper entry.
But he adds members of his church will be walking the parade route
an hour before it starts.