Tuesday, March 29, 2011
For the record!
I must put up this post to respond the constant emails I am getting. The e-mails are all about the same tone, and go something like this “I believe in protecting children, but Nuchem is causing a Chillul Hashem when he goes to the court and talks on his hotlines.”
Well, first-of-all it’s an oxymoron – If you believe in the cause, then you must agree with the action. How do you agree by just saying “I agree with him” that’s called not putting your money where your mouth is. Agreeing is when you do action, like Rabbi Nuchem is doing– By you just saying you agree, that’s hogwash and talk!
Now to the main point! Rabbi Nuchem has not initiated ONE SINGLE CASE in the court systems. The victims came forward by Lebowits, Weberman, Daskalowitch and all other scumbags. AND HE NEVER TOOK CREDIT FOR IT! He simply is the backbone of the victims and gives them the support and courage to move ahead.
So how do you not agree with him and still agree with the cause? How do you believe in a cause when you are not willing to follow-up on the cause. What do you expect to happen with the victims? Do you want them to get healed by Webberman? By your local Rabbi? By the V’aad h’atznius? Get Real!
I would really like to get an explanation for this – Can’t wait to hear your p’shetel
Another thing I wonder. How come when it hits someone home and their own kid becomes a victim, they all do a 360 and flock to rabbi Nuchem for support? Is that how a Jewish man is trained to treat a friend’s kid different then his own? Think about it!
Let’s compared dealing with a molester and dealing with a murderer and let’s take your way of thinking and use it to the murderer.
When a black man in Bed-Sty walked into Williamsburg and “God-Forbid" killed a little kid, how should we deal with it? let’s take the method and critical thinking you use for the molesters, and put it towards the killer.
We all agree that killing is a problem but Nuchems way is terrible, so let’s not go to the justice dept. but let’s take this man and send him to his local church and his pastor will heal him.
Sounds crazy? Exactly! Look in the mirror, because this is what you have been doing and you continue to fight for that kind of justice. Don't fool yourself and think you are different, YOU ARE NOT!