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The Talmud in Gittin states:
R. Tarfon used to say: In any place where you find gentile courts, even though their law is the same as the Israelite law, you must not resort to them since it says, 'These are the judgments which thou shalt set before them.' (Ex. 21:1) this is to say, 'before them' and not before gentiles.
"A person will not say lies, which can easily be discovered".
But the Lubavitcher Rebbe of blessed memory asked once, that we still see people that lie in any case, and the Rebbe answers;
When we look into the wording of the Talmud it says INSHEI which means a mensch, however someone who is not a mensch can boldly lie to you in the face even on something, which you know now, that it is a lie.
הלכות גזילה ואבידה פרק חמישי
א. אסור לקנות דבר הגזול מן הגזלן ואסור לסעדו על שינויו כדי שיקנהו שכל העושה דברים אלו וכיוצא בהן מחזק ידי עוברי עבירה ועובר על ולפני עור לא תתן מכשול
ב. אסור ליהנות בדבר הגזול ואפילו לאחר ייאוש והוא שידע בודאי שדבר זה הוא הגזלה עצמה. כיצד ידע בודאי שבהמה זו גזולה
אסור לרכוב עליה או לחרוש בה
ג. גזל בית או שדה אסור לעבור בתוכה או ליכנס בה בחמה מפני החמה ובגשמים מפני הגשמים. ואם דר בתוכה חייב להעלות שכר לבעלים כדין הדר בחצר חבירו שלא מדעתו. גזל דקלים ועשה מהן גשר אסור לעבור עליו וכן כל כיוצא בזה
אמת Hayom Yom, 10, Menachem Av
ווען דער רבי וואלט ניט געשטעלט די דריי ווערטער "במדת אמת ליעקב" – באה"ק קטנטי – וואלט ער געאט נאך פופציג טויזענט חסידים, אבער דער רבי מאנט מדת אמת
Had the Rebbe not inserted the three words "b'midat emet leYaakov" ("according to the attribute of Truth unto Yaakov"), he would have attracted fifty thousand more Chassidim. But the Rebbe demands the trait of truth.
אילו היה הרבי משמיט את שלש התיבות "במדת אמת ליעקב" - באגה"ק "קטנתי" - היו לו עוד חמישים אלף חסידים הרבי תובע מידת אמת
There are seven things that characterize a boor, and seven that characterize a wise man. A wise man does not speak before one who is greater than him in wisdom or age. He does not interrupt his fellow's words. He does not hasten to answer. His questions are on the subject and his answers to the point. He responds to first things first and to latter things later. Concerning what he did not hear, he says "I did not hear." He concedes to the truth. With the boor, the reverse of all these is the case.
The human brain is a super computer. It has a vast memory bank that can store vast amounts of information. However, even this memory bank has its limitations. As with any computer, it is possible for its capacity exhausted.
Facts require little retention. A tree was a tree ten years ago, is a tree today, and will be a tree ten years hence. Falsehoods, however, have no existence in reality, and must be retained in memory. A faulty memory will, of course, soon expose the false nature of a statement.
Even if memory is intact, the storage of falsehoods occupies precious space where truth could be stored. Retention of these falsehoods will, therefore, diminish the brain's capacity to store useful information. While we may deceive another person with a lie, we cannot make constructive use of false information.
Truthfulness cannot be maintained during active Lying. Excuses, cover-ups, and frank distortion of fact characterize a lie. To live a lie is not only unethical, but also stupid.
Notice how the booklet and the verdict go hand and hand.
And the booklet came out years before the verdict.
youwant to know if someone is telling the truth, look for consistencies.
Besides that from the verdict you clearly see that spritzer and his friends can’t get one fact straight.
so the only question does remain, how did he end up with the camp?
If this booklet was to be written today it would be a full book.
great work, keep it up!
A few days ago I over heard some bocherim in Zal (I learn in O.T.)
talking about the camp. One of the bochrim was saying that things were not in working order because the Heshkops broke things before they left the camp.
I can’t believe that after TWO years of taking the camp back that spritzer is still trying to throw the blame elsewhere. besides that he had the camp from the summer of ’96 till ’02 a total of 7 years and nothing was in order back then either.
Whats the surprise?
Even when he had the camp for the 7 years he still tried to blame “others” for not having the camp in working order, hes a disgrace.
The only thing in the camp that was fixed up was Rutmans living courters.
Yet he has the Chutzpa to demand money he invested in the camp!
My question now is, how is it that everything was working when the original directors had the camp (from 03 to 06); how is it that they managed to fix all that was broke (and a lot was broken, I mean 7 years of no care, what do you expect), yet, spritzer can never seem to get his act together, always blaming “others” ??? etc…
Give it up!
The assumption that anyone that would actually send their kid to that camp (despite molestations, maltreatment, etc.) can actually think for themselves and do what is right is a bit of a stretch.
Maybe – if you are lucky – there are some sane people who are thinking of sending their kid there because of status quo (classmates are going, they think that there is nowhere else) that will read this and do the right thing (while saving their kid bgv”r).
What an intelligent comment!
Never thought about it that way.