In response to Can You Spot the Anomaly? right here on 1bigcholent.com the B.S. (Braun ans Schwei) faction felt they needed to respond with the following…
Did you spot the Anomaly?
If your slow and you haven’t picked it up your properly from the B.S. (Braun and Schwei faction), I’ll take the liberty in pointing the obvious out.
Inside the booklet the B.S. try to convince you that the CHK Hechsur is no good and you can’t rely on them etc…. BUT on the cover page when discussing asking Sha’alahs, one of the Rabonim they suggest you call is Rabbi Avraham Osdoba. Rabbi Osdoba runs and operated the “unreliable” CHK.
So basiclly B.S. is saying that Osdoba is reliable on everything else (Marriage, family purity, Laws regarding Shabbos and Yom Tov etc…etc…) but not on his Hechsur (?)
…Obviously these narrow minded, one dimensional idiots didn’t get it. Not only didn’t they get their obvious hypocrisy and contradiction, they are actuality doubling down on they’re stupidity. These idiots are trying to convince us that “they are the better people” by being hypocrites.
Being that I am a very smart and patient individual, I will take an extra few minutes to show further they’re stupidity and hypocrisy.
The booklet has another glaring omission, with a list of “office hours for the Rabbonim” which fails to mention any Rov besides Rabbis Osdoba and Segal, showing clearly what their true motives are.
You see, some people in this world have some principles and morals, some people say what they mean and mean what they say.
So for example, if Rabbi Osdoba believes that Braun is not a Rov, then Rabbi Osdoba won’t legitimize Braun by putting him down as a Rov, it’s really really that simple. Again, some people say what they mean and mean what they say.
In contrast to this one-sided list, the last edition of “From the desk of the Badatz” which was released for Tishrei includes the office hours for all three Rabbonim, Morei De’asrah, without ignoring or sidelining any legitimate member of the Beis Din.
Correct, people with NO…
Guidelines (Shulchan Aruch),
and no G-d.
And people who…
Make up the rules as they go along,
Justify Mesira, violence, Chillul Hashem and Chillul Lubavich,
Spit daily in the face of the Lubavitcher Rebbe zt”l.
Have absolutely no problem cursing out a Rabbi on one page (claiming hes a no good SOB who can’t be relied on) and on another page (in the very same booklet), have that very Rabbi down as a Rabbi to call with a Halochik question. And they do this (being hypercritical) just that (a) to try to fool you into believing that they are “the better people”. (b) to try and pressure the other side to meet them half way (with falsehood).
Note: I can’t believe I am actually clarifying something so obvious that anybody who can put one plus one together would understand.
In Short: If the B.S. Cabal truly believed that that Osdoba was unreliable etc… then how could they put him as a Rabbi to ask very important and sometimes personal questions?.
The answer? As I wrote above!
noun1. a person who pretends to have virtues, moral or religious beliefs, principles, etc., that he or she does not actually possess, especially a person whose actions belie stated beliefs.2. a person who feigns some desirable or publicly approved attitude, especially one whose private life, opinions, or statements belie his or her public statements.
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