1. A Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars a Year.
2. A House (paid for by the community of course).
3. Paid tuition for all his eleven children school education and camp.
Let’s do some simple math:
Vaad Hakohol of Crown Heights has announced a special drive to reinstate the Mas Hakohol communal tax in the Chassidic neighborhood in Brooklyn.
The annual amount is now $180.
Let’s say that all 2,100 voters were to pay the $180 tax, how much would that be?
180 x 2,100 = 387.000
387.000 – 150.000 = 237.000
237.000 minus a house, minus a car, minus tuition for school and camp =
What is left for Rabbi Osdoba?
What is left for Rabbi Schwei?
What is left for Rabbi Segal?
Let’s not forget the poor widow of Marlow, whose son and son in-law campaigned for Bruan, she needs to get a salary as well.
Truth be told those who bought Bruan to Crown Heights and campaigned for him don’t really want him here and have no intention of paying him.
went as follows:
Schneerson who were all sitting together as to any updates regarding Rabbi Bruan and his salary.
To this Sandhuas responded in laughter and preceded to state, “Don’t you know we don’t and never have had any intention to bring Bruan here, let him stay in Sydney”.
The resident then asked them why they bought him here and campaigned for him if they never had intentions of actually making him a Rov. To this Sandhuas replied, “The whole purpose of this whole Din Torah was just to take down Osdoba and to give the people the illusion that change was happening, now that the Din Torah is over, Bruan could stay in Sydney”.
There you have it folks, Crown Heights was doped and fell for a fast one. They let us believe that we were getting change, that we could go out, vote and make a difference. The joke in on all of us, especially those who voted for Oboma, I mean Bruan.
Just look at the joke with the Vaad. We voted for Zaki Tamer and we end up with Mossrim like Chanina Sperlin, Elie Polotrak (whom we voted out), and Mendle Hendel, what a joke!