Earthquakes and god


Those crazy jews over at AJN Watch have made an important link between an earthquake yesterday in Victoria and the tragic earthquakes in Christchurch New Zealand.

The New Zealanders tired to stop the ritual and brutal killing of chickens, which is carried out to enable the faithful jews to eat their chicken in the knowledge that it was killed without stunning.  Oh, and look, there’s talk of doing similar things in Australia.

The whole concept of only being allowed to kill an animal that is conscious by cutting it’s throat is rather abhorrent to most people.  If you have to eat the thing, it make sense to render it unconscious as quickly and as painlessly as possible.

So, no more kosher killing in New Zealand, earthquake.  No more kosher killing in Australia, earthquake.

Let’s hope the quakes don’t get so violent that their shtreimels fall off.

Don’t say you haven’t been warned!


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2 Responses to Earthquakes and god

  1. Mikey Bear says:

    That’s hilarious. Speaking of shtreimels, how’s this comment from a former student from Beth Rivkah College (the school on Balaclava Road near Hotham Street):

    Also the guy who rode past school with bald head and long hair on the sides, he never DID anything – he was just a wierdo around on the streets

    A bit rich of someone in East St Kilda / Caulfield / Elsternwick area talking about “a weirdo around on the streets” just because they’re bald and have got long hair.