Inside the Jewish Office of Organisation: a Short Story

Updated: Oct 3, 2019

What if anti-semitic stereotypes and conspiracies were true? Take a further look at (((Dan Shomron's))) tale about a day at the JOO; the Jewish Office of Organisation.

It was a slow day at the Jewish Office of Organisation.

“Hey, (((Sarah)))!” Sarah heard a familiar voice as she walked into work that morning.

(((Adam)))! How’s it going? Hey, I heard you got that big promotion!” She replied.

Adam gleamed, “that’s right my friend, you are looking at the new chief in command of controlling the weather in the Americas and Europe.”

“I’m so proud of you,” Sarah replied, “I’m stuck over here with controlling the media. It gets repetitive you know. Churning out the same Hollywood film every few weeks. No one’s seemed to notice, but at this point we just make sequels or turn books into films.”

“Really? Are you still making sure everyone who watches is a slave to Zion?”

“Yeah that’s easy at this point. But it just gets so boring,” Sarah moaned.

“Yeah, well, the pay’s good. Lots of money. Lots and lots of money...” Adam responded.

Their conversation was cut short when a receptionist arrived.

“Um, (((Sarah))), (((Moses))) would like to see you in the International Affairs department.”

“Oh, ok (((Jacob))) I’ll be right over,” she responded before immediately turning back to Adam. “Oy gevalt, I hate (((Moses)))! Just because of that one thing he did he thinks he’s the big boss round here.”

“I mean, he is the boss? Also I wouldn’t downplay that ‘one big thing,’ it was pretty huge,” Adam said.

“Whatever. I’ll see you soon,” Sarah replied as she left.

As she walked to meet Moses, her mind was racing. Was this the big promotion she had always been waiting for? Maybe, just maybe, she’d be chief in command of media after so many years in the practice.

She knocked on the door.