לא תקלל חרש, ולפני עיוור לא תיתן מכשול, ויראת מאלהיך – אני ה
You shall not curse a deaf person. You shall not place a stumbling block before a blind person, and you shall fear your God. I am the Lord. (ויקרא י”ט י”ד)
I had this post in ‘draft’ for quiet a while, I did not find it so important to post until now. Thinking of it as a Klay’ner Zach (small thing/issue). The reason I am posting this now is because this past Shabbos, one of the Misspallim in my Shul mentioned to me, and I quote… “the web site and the signs being put up is great, but why are you using their -Chayolei Hamelech – Logo”?
Really? Here I was thinking the opposite. I guess it must be true… “A Humans mind tends to posses a selective memory”.
Why copy the logo?
The obvious! To fool people (who before this web site) had/have no idea of what’s going on. To give these people the impression that he –Spritzer- did indeed “WIN” back the camp. Spritzer paid 1.5 million dollars in bankruptcy court just so he can say he “won” the camp. But we all know (at least, now we know), that is not the case. Spritzer did not win the Camp Machne Menachem (the camp in question, the camp he stole), he swindled it, used the system to take it from its rightful owners.
Were already on the subject, so I might as well…
Notice how the חת”ת displayed on the Machne Menachem Logo, has disappeared from the copy logo of Chayolei Hamelech, the “place were the Rebbe Lives”!(?). What is it replaced with, a baseball-glove! (?), notice how there is not even a tiny simple of anything Ruchneyas (spirituality).
Even, even the ‘Yechi’ has shrunk in size!
Another desertion of the truth…
Bais Moshiach (magazine) lying about whether Chayolei Hamelech has any connection to Machne Menachem.
Why would they have to lie about that? Because even they know, that if there is indeed a connection (which we know there is), there will be a problem going to that camp.
From: moshe sahler [mailto:mosheach2@…]
Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2007 1:18 AM
Subject: summer camps
Due to the continuing beis din judgment of Machne Menachem’s
ownership, which overnight camps with meshichist sentiments are
out there for boys? I am not from Crown Heights so I am not
informed well about this information. My same question would apply
to Yeshiva Kayitz level for teenage boys as well. Any answer soon is appreciated.
Bais Moshiach Responds:
To Moshe Sahler
There are a number of camps which allow free expression to children
who believe in the Rebbe. However, recently a new camp opened called
Camp Chayolei Hamelech. This camp is primarily for boys thru the
eigth grade. You can receive information about this camp by logging
into http://www.xxx.com. I understand that a couple of hundred
Lubavitcher children have registered their boys in this camp for the
upcoming summer. This camp is not affiliated in any way with the
former Machne Menachem camp. I don’t know which camps still have
space available for Mesivta age. If you still have any questions
perhaps you should direct them to the administration of Camp
Chayolei Hamelech, they can probably help you.
More to come….