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Rabbi uses political influence to gain preferential treatmen

Post#1 » Wed Mar 30, 2011 7:36 am

Some are truly more special then others on the global plantation.
This kind of double standard treatment brings on heavy RESENTMENT. This will ultimately blowback in the chosenites faces.
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Monday, March 28, 2011
Rabbi uses political influence to gain preferential treatment from airline
http://revisionistreview.blogspot.com/2 ... -gain.html
By Michael Hoffman

Note: The political “pull” allegedly exerted by Rabbi Levi Shemtov that facilitated Aaron Teitelbaum’s reputed rapid departure at Dulles Airport, from an aircraft grounded by inclement weather on which the other passengers were stranded for up to three hours, and his breeze through U.S. Customs, is but one small footnote to the larger story of Zionist power in America, and the unconstitutional collusion between synagogue-and-state, which you are unlikely to read or hear about from the national Tea Party, Glenn Beck or the other "Islam/Sharia threaten America!”vigilantes.

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Rabbi Levi Shemtov (right), with Vice-President Joe Biden. Mr. Biden has him arm around Shemtov’s father, Rabbi Abraham Shemtov

"And most recently this winter, the Satmar Rebbe, Rabbi Aaron Teitelbaum, who needed to say Kaddish for his mother, was on an Aeromexico flight from Mexico to New York that was forced to land at Dulles after heavy snows snarled air traffic in and out of New York City.

"He was taken off the grounded plane in Dulles with the help of Rabbi Levi Shemtov of Washington, D.C. R’ Shemtov was contacted by Satmar Chasidim in Kiryas Joel and he used his government contacts to arrange for the Rebbe’s earlier departure from the aircraft and very quick passage through customs, though the plane and its (other) passengers were delayed on the tarmac after landing for about three hours."

Source: "Meeting Admurim on Shlichus" by Rabbi Y. Shmuelevitz, March 22, 2011
http://www.chabad.info/index.php?url=ar ... n&id=22539

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"Rabbi Shemtov is well known in the halls of Congress, and Sue Fishkoff, author of The Rebbe’s Army: Inside the World of Chabad-Lubavitch, writes: 'It’s not enough that Chabad’s man in D.C. knows the name and phone number of just about every congressman, senator and foreign ambassador in the nation’s capital — he also knows their legislative assistants, their secretaries and the people who clean their offices. ... He lunches with prime ministers and navigates political jungles with firm good humor.'

"Officials and staff members from all walks of life affirm that Rabbi Shemtov is exceptionally well liked and that he has amazing rapport with a wide range of political leaders. Because Rabbi Shemtov has such a vast network, his finger is on the pulse of the state of Jewish power today."

Source: "Spiritual Strength and Political Muscle: Rabbi Levi Shemtov Discusses Influence and Yiddishkeit on Capitol Hill” (This article is highly recommended reading):
http://www.vosizneias.com/wp-content/up ... -Inyan.pdf

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Posted by Michael Hoffman at 3/28/2011 11:57:00 AM
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Labels: Aaron Teitelbaum, Capitol Hill rabbi, Chabad Lubavitch, Hasidim, preferential treatment, Rabbi Levi Shemtov, Satmar, separation of synagogue and state, Zionist power

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