My question to you is, if someone buys a pair of military fatigues from the clothing store, is he a special-ops soldier? If he claims he is, saying: “look, I even have the clothes,” You would laugh at him. One is not considered a special-ops soldier simply by calling himself one, nor by owning of a uniform. There are training procedures that have to be fulfilled, as well as constant vigilance and the strict following of rules. (Quote borrowed from Op-Ed: ‘Chabad Lite’)
What is the idea of this? What purpose does this have? How does this help anybody bottom line? Why the name change?
Where did the money for this come from?
Most importantly, where has the millions of dollars from government grants meant to help the needy of the Crown Heights community gone, puff, disappeared, vanished?!
Instead of putting up signs and/or slogans, Zaki Tamir the chairman of the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council, Inc. should tell us what he has been doing for the community since he was elected. He can start with answering the questions posed above. (mainly the important one about the millions missing).