Monday, May 16, 2011

Today: The Lubavitcher Rebbe in 770


Chabad - Meshichistim rule over the house of the seventh and last Lubavitcher Rebbe in Crown Heights; the famous 770. Until today, they say that Rebbe Menachem Mendel Schneerson didn't pass away but just became invisible. At the moment, he is waving around in the upper spheres and our worldly eyes are not able to grasp him until he is coming back in order to reveal himself as Meshiach.

Because the Rebbe never died but vanished from our eye - sight (according to the Chabad Meshichistim), he still lives in 770 and does business as usual. This is the reason why the Meshichistim expect the Rebbe downstairs for his prayer service. Every day, the doors in 770 are still being opened for the Rebbe to pass.

This video shows a crowd of Chassidim inside 770 awaiting the Rebbe for his daily prayer service. Look very carefully and for two seconds (10 - 12) you will see the Lubavitcher Rebbe photoshoped into the video.


  1. Miriam,

    the video with the "rebbe" is not photoshoped !!

    A bachur was recording with his cell phone and then,looks like the rebbe passing.

    Meshichistim uses this video to say he is still alive at 770,was him,with bag with letters at his hands,etc

    A few time later,an older man from Israel said was him at the video,he recognized himself and what happened ? The meshichistim made pressure at this old man,saying he was lying,he was wrong and was really the rebbe at the video.

  2. I find it amazing that there are so many people who seriously believe this stuff! It smacks of xtians! I basically like Chabad but this is just too much...

  3. "I basically like Chabad but this is just too much..."

    Those crazy people are a minority in Chabad. It looks like they are a majority because they do so much noise, but if you go to Crown Heights and compare how many people pray in 770 and how many pray in other synagogues of the neighborhood, you'll see that ALL the other shuls have bigger minyanim than in 770. They are dozen of thousand Lubavitcher living in Crown Heights, and the majority are NOT crazy meshichistim. The same way all around the world. People seem to see meshichistim everywhere, but they are a minority. Chabad is a very large movement, with many different people and opinions. I'd like to quote Rabbi Krinsky who said the following about the meshichistim: "When you put a coin in an empty can, and shake it, it makes a lot of noise. It's like that with any minority. To be seen and heard, they are used to make noise while the majority generally remains silent because the majority have nothing to prove, while the minority has everything to prove." So don't fall in the trap of believing that those nuts represent Chabad.