Archive for September, 2011

One Phone Call To Save Six Jews

September 27, 2011

After much investigating over these past few years especially since after the Shomrim Six blood libel, I have concluded that the Mesira could have ended with ONE SIMPLE PHONE CALL.

There are four people in Crown Heights who could have made that ONE PHONE CALL and stopped a vicious blood libel on six of our brothers, a blood libel that could have landed them in jail for over fifteen years if G-d forbid a random jury of 12 strangers would have found them guilty, that ONE PHONE CALL was NEVER  MADE.

Those four people were approached to help, they either claimed they can’t do anything or they laughed it off. Those that could have done something and chose not to, are guilty of “Do not stand idly by the blood of your neighbor/brother.”.

ONE PHONE CALL, THATS IT IT WOULD HAVE TAKEN, JUST ONE PHONE CALL!

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People Getting Fired, Eli Cohen Gets A Raise

September 27, 2011

Two female employees have recently been fired from the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council, Inc. by executive director Eliyahu (Eli) Cohen. The reason given is  “lack of funds”; “no more money in the community council”, they claim.

The thing is that while some are being fired for “lack of funds”, others like executive director Eliyahu (Eli) Cohen has  given himself  a raise.

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Meshichistim Mossrim Out!!!

September 24, 2011

Good News: The Meshichist Mossrim Gaboim of Congregation Lubavitch – 770, received  an eviction notice. The notice was addressed to the Gaboim and to the corporation known as “Congregation Lubavitch”, and demanded they evacuate the premises withing 10 days. Otherwise they face yet another court case.

The notice was signed by Rabbi Avraham Shemtov and Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky who represent Agudas Chassidei Chabad and Merkos L’inyonei Chinuch respectively.

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Shmira Mesira Member Yitzchok Shuchat Makes A Funny

September 18, 2011

 

CHJCC Has Plenty Money For Lawsuits…No Money For Needy Families

September 18, 2011

The Crown Heights Jewish Community Council, Inc. (a.k.a Vaad Hakoul) claims not to have any funds to help the needy of the Crown Heights community. Yet, in fiscal year 2009-2010 the CHJCC reported spending $104,177 on legal fees.

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If a Mosser Writes A Letter In A Torah, Is It Kosher?

September 10, 2011

The Mosser/Informer Lieb Skoblo writing a letter in the Torah (?)

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Repost: Crown Heights Jewish Community Council Inc. Do Nothing As Crown Heights Youth Die Physically and Spiritually

September 4, 2011

Originally posted January 5, 2011

FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE TO FAMILIES UNDER STRESS AND IN DANGER OF BECOMING DYSFUNCTIONAL AND/OR ABUSIVE, THROUGH EARLY INTERVENTION AND THE GUIDANCE OF TRAINED SOCIAL WORKERS AND VOLUNTEERS. PROGRAMS ARE OPEN TO ALL ON A NON−SECTARIAN BASIS.

Here in our community there is a vary vicious cycle, created by vary vicious people. These people have no problem with Jews going to prison, teenagers dying of over-dosing on drugs or family’s just collapsing under its own weight.

The Crown Heights Jewish Community Council Inc. receives a large amount of government grants for the above mentioned reason still no one in this community see a dime of it. The money is simply gone missing between Sperlin, Cohen and co. These government grants don’t belong to any individual there is a specific description to each one. Yet, it seems that certain individuals feel entitled to just pocket this money. No one fights so hard to be in the Vaad either elected or unelected for no reason.

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Seattle Green Jobs Program Creates Only 14 Jobs After $20 Million Federal Grant

September 1, 2011

examiner.com

Who Will Explain To The Crown Heights Community Where And How The WAP Grant Was Spent?

How many jobs could be created with $20 million?

If one is talking about so-called “green jobs” in Seattle, the answer is 14.

Fox News reported Monday that 16 months after a $20 million federal grant for home weatherization was awarded, only 14 people were put to work, and most of those were administrative positions.

After doing the math, that calculates to $1,428,571.43 per job.

Worse yet, only three homes in the area were upgraded.

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