Whats Next? Perhaps Dictatorship?

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Zaki Isaac b. Tamir Chairman of The Crown Heights Jewish Community Council Inc. States on his blog:

What’s Next?

Last night’s hachtorah was a tremendous source of chizuk, not only to Rabbi Braun, but to the Badatz as a whole. If anything, it shows that our community is hungry for the type of authoritative leadership that can only be provided through the rabbonim of the Beis Din.

Does Zaki Tamir mean that we are ready for more edicts like this one?
Tell us Zaki, how did that work out for you?

Is this why you need Braun so badly, you  going to use him as your rubber stamp to govern/Dictate peoples lives?

Newsflash: Thats not going to happen, neither you nor your office have any power to order anybody do to anything.

Newsflash: Using out the Beth Din, been there done that. The Beth Din has been caring out assassinations for The Crown Heights Jewish Community Council Inc. for far to long, those days are clearly over.

Newsflash: The good hard working people (you know, the ones that wake up every morning to go to their jobs), have already found their Rabonim/Rabbis in the course of these past 15+ years. The good normal honest people (menschem) are already settled with their Rabbis.

Those other people (the ones you have been hanging out with these past few month, you know, the people who didn’t vote for you, the people we all know as Mossrim, the people who are solely responsible for destroying the beth Din to begin with), who have never had a Rov, never cared for a Rov/Beth Din and never will, those people, well, who cares what they want. They definitely not going to dictate my life, they should all get job and make an honest days paycheck.

Newsflash: The Crown Heights Jewish Community Council Inc. and the Crown Heights Beth Din (which get a salary from the CHJCC, making them employees of the CHJCC), are only relevant to those who have been stealing our government funds ever since the CHJCC was created. The Beth Din was only created as a back up, to knock out anybody who dared to try and use the money for the benefit of the people.

Related:

Zaki Tamir Must Resign Immediately!

Zaki b.Tamir Why Haven’t You Resigned Yet?

Zaki Issac B. Tamir Its Day 5 -You Still Havent Resigned, Why?

I Represent Crown Heights, DO YOU?

It’s Not About You and Me – It’s About THE MONEY!

Be A Man And Take The Blame – Don’t Put Blame On The Rabbis – It’s All Yours

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2 Responses to “Whats Next? Perhaps Dictatorship?”

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    There is nothing hateful about that. In fact, there is always room for disagreement in Limbaugh’s world. That’s a lesson Brock would do well to learn.

    Brian Glicklich,

    Spokesperson

    The Rush Limbaugh Show

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0312/74307.html#ixzz1pu4JXNKN

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