By Henry Makow, PhD
Sourced from henrymakow.com via the Truthseeker
Abridged by Lasha Darkmoon
JEWISH PSYCHOPATH . . . PARDONED BY DONALD TRUMP
LD : Rabbi Sholom Rubashkin (b. 1959 in Russia), a leader of the Chabad crime syndicate, was pardoned a few days ago by President Donald Trump for his long list of truly heinous crimes. These include child labor violations, illegal drug manufacturing in secret laboratories, the rape and sexual abuse of workers at his meat processing plant in Iowa, and, finally, unprecedented levels of animal cruelty carried out by Rubaskin’s kosher slaughtermen. By pardoning this vicious Jewish psychopath, Trump not only shows where his true loyalties lie but reveals his own psychopathology. [LD]
A few days ago we posted Michael Berg’s article, Ex-Chabad Member Exposes Trump Family Cult. This demonstrated that Trump’s family (the Kushners) belongs to Chabad, a racist, criminal Jewish supremacist doomsday cult. The very next day, Trump commuted the 27-year prison sentence of Chabad kosher butcher, Rabbi Sholom Rubashkin, 57, a GOP donor. He had served only eight years of his sentence.
“Rubashkin, as manager of the family owned Agriprocessors meat plant ($300 million annual revenue) in Postville, Iowa, was convicted in 2009 of financial fraud for submitting fake invoices to the plant’s bank that made the company’s finances appear healthier than they were so that it could borrow more. The bankruptcy revealed a $26 million scheme of fraud.
In addition, in one of the nation’s largest illegal worker busts, federal authorities raided the plant and detained 389 illegal immigrants in 2008. ICE determined that at the time of their raid, two-thirds of the plant’s workers were undocumented. It turned out the company itself was cranking out false social security cards.
There were also 9,311 counts of child labor violations in the indictments, as well as horrific safety violations. Authorities also found a Meth lab.
Plant supervisors in this hell-on-earth were involved in rape and sexual abuse of workers. PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) also documented and filmed what they called the worst animal abuses and extreme cruelty they had ever seen.
The Rubashkin criminal exploits and methods were documented in the CNBC series “American Greed – The Slaughterhouse”. The video has now been scrubbed from CNBC’s site. It has been mirrored elsewhere, but this may not be online long.”
The White House statement cited letters of support for review of Rubashkin’s case from more than 30 members of Congress of both parties, including House of Representatives Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and veteran Republican Senator Orrin Hatch.
Trump also pointed to bipartisan expressions of support for review of the case from over (((100 former high-ranking U.S. Justice Department officials, prosecutors, judges and legal scholars.)))
For Trump’s very first criminal commutation, I reprise my 2008 article Jews Must Face Dark Side of Judaism. Journalism professor Stephen Bloom was a typical American Jewish liberal who wanted to explore his Jewish roots by joining the Chabad colony in Postville IA. He found that for its most ardent followers, Judaism is about hatred and exploitation of non-Jews. He learns that Jews are unwittingly connected to a satanic conspiracy against God and man, and this is the real cause of anti-semitism. Think Communism.
“They wanted nothing to do with their Christian neighbors. They were there to make money and the non-Jews (goyim) were barely distinct from the cattle on their assembly line.”
Jews Must Face “Dark Side” of Judaism
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
(revised and updated)
Stephen Bloom (pictured here) has a love of fairness and justice typical of many liberal American Jews. A journalism professor, he saw the opening of a Kosher meat packer by Hasidic Jews in Postville Iowa in 1987 as an opportunity to study the Jewish-gentile dynamic in microcosm.
He discovered more about Judaism and the causes of anti-Semitism than he wanted to know. Here is his conclusion from “Postville: A Clash of Cultures in Heartland America” published in 2000:
“Initially I had gone to Postville to learn from the Hasidim [Orthodox Jews], to share with them a sense of identity and belonging. Instead, what the Postville Hasidim ultimately offered me was a glimpse of the dark side of my own faith, a look at Jewish extremists whose behavior not only made the Postville locals wince, but made me wince, too.
“I didn’t want to partake in Hasidim’s vision that called on Jews to unite against the goyim and assimilation. The world, even in Iowa, was too bountiful to base my likes and dislikes solely on religion. The word Hasid literally means ‘the pious one,’ but the Postville Hasidim were anything but pious. You couldn’t become casual friends with them. They required total submission to their schema of right and wrong, Jew vs. Christian — or you were the enemy.”
In other words, if you’re a Jew but don’t buy their insane hatred, then you’re no better than the goyim. Unfortunately, their attitude typifies organized Jewry as a whole.
The influx of hundreds of Orthodox Jewish families into a tiny (pop. 1465) Christian farming community in northeast Iowa was rocky from the start. Yes the Jews had a seemingly wholesome family life and pious appearance. But they wanted nothing to do with their Christian neighbors. They were there to make money and the non-Jews, whether Postville merchants or migrant workers, were barely distinct from the cattle on their assembly line.
(Jared Kushner is a Chabad kingpin and doubtless exerted his influence on his father-in law, Donald Trump, to get him to offer a free pardon to the Chabad criminal Rabbi Rubashkin).
Finally the meatpacking plant, Agriprocessors, filed for bankruptcy in Oct. 2008 after the owner Sholom Rubashkin was arrested for defrauding a bank regarding a $35 million loan.
This came after the State of Iowa levied $10 million in fines for 9000 violations involving illegal wage deductions and child labor. Then, in June, the company was accused of forging documents for illegal aliens. Four hundred hapless laborers from Guatemala to Palau were arrested and jailed.
When the plant closed, hundreds of workers were left destitute while turkeys languished unfed in trailers outside the plant gates. The town struggled to regain its footing, probably relieved to be rid of this mixed blessing.
In August, a delegation of distinguished rabbis and communal functionaries spent three hours touring the plant, met briefly with local Christian clergy and social activists, and gave the operation a clean bill of health. They found no evidence to suggest that “someone should not buy things from Agriprocessors.”
“A three-hour tour could not uncover the extensive, “egregious” child labor violations that the Iowa state labor commissioner reported… just five days after the rabbis left town. The labor commissioner said he had “never seen anything like it” in his 30 years in the field…” the Jewish Daily Forward wrote in an Editorial August 7.
“Three hours wouldn’t turn up the voluminous evidence of abuse gathered by the Forward when we first broke the Agriprocessors story two years ago. We found compelling indications of sexual harassment, shorted wages, favoritism and bribery in work assignments, inadequate safety training and horrific work accidents in the place we called a ‘Kosher Jungle.’”
Note: The Canadian billionaire Hershey Friedman, of Montreal, purchased the kosher meatpacking plant in 2009 and rebranded it as Agri Star Meat and Poultry. Agri Star now employs the vast majority of Postville’s remaining Jews, with most of them serving as Jewish ritual slaughterers or shochtim.
Sourced from henrymakow.com
via the Truthseeker
“Don’t smile, Sholom, I’m doing this for the Jews.”
LD : Rabbi Sholom Rubashkin was issued a free pardon by Donald Trump three days ago on Wednesday, 20 December, after serving eight years of his original 27-year sentence. His crimes could not have been more heinous and shocking, including extreme levels of animal cruelty.
Rubashkin’s long-time attorney Guy Cook gave a ringing endorsement of his client and sang the praises of Donald Trump for his generous pardon of the criminal rabbi.
“The sentence previously imposed was unfair and unjust,” the rabbi’s lawyer proclaimed in an email. “President Trump has done what is right and just. The unrelenting efforts on Rubashkin’s behalf have finally paid off.”
No doubt Trump’s all too predictable generosity toward the Jews will be greeted with cries of rapture from his usual camp followers. They will find some ingenious justification for it. It beggars belief that anyone could be so lacking in moral decency as to support a president who pardons a Jewish psychopath found guilty of these flagrant crimes involving cruelty to animals. [LD]
On Trump’s first federal commutation and how the jewish world is erupting in dance and celebration, so much so that some are claiming the messiah is here. The commutation will clear Rubashkin of the remaining 19 years of a sentence that had been condemned by politicians as being unfair. Because you know folks, the Jews shouldn’t have to go to jail for their crimes.
Kosher meat plant manager’s appeal rejected
US Supreme Court refuses to consider whether Sholom Rubashkin’s 27-year sentence on charges of financial fraud is excessive. Case has sparked outcry from members of legal, haredi communities
The US Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal by the former chief executive of a kosher meat packing plant in Iowa who was sentenced to 27 years in prison on charges of financial fraud.
Without comment, the high court refused to consider whether Sholom Rubashkin’s sentence was excessive for a first-time, nonviolent offender and whether he was entitled to a new trial based on evidence of alleged judicial misconduct in the case.
The case had sparked an outcry from members of the legal and Orthodox Jewish communities who supported Rubashkin’s quest for a new trial.
Rubashkin was convicted in 2009 of 86 counts of financial fraud that came to light after a government raid on the former Agriprocessors Inc plant in Postville, Iowa, in which hundreds of immigrant workers were arrested.
On appeal, Rubashkin argued that he was entitled to a new trial after documents obtained through a freedom of information request allegedly revealed that the trial judge had been involved in planning the government raid.
The 8th US Circuit of Appeals in St. Louis had rejected Rubashkin’s request in 2011.
Rubashkin’s lawyer, Paul Clement, was not immediately available for comment.
Numerous groups submitted amicus briefs in support of Rubashkin, including 86 former attorneys general, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and a group of 40 legal ethics professors.
The case is Rubashkin v. USA, No. 11-1203.