Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Corresponding with APP after hateful editorial

Its only a few weeks after a hateful APP editorial about Lakewood's orthodox community, no apology has been given, ok, no one is expecting that to happen. However after a few belated letters to the editors by members of the community no action was taken. The committee continues to post public notices in the paper and now askanim a Vaad member, correspond like nothing happened. In reporting about the proposed pilot program for mandated busing to private schools, the app reports "the bills have the backing of  Rabbi Moshe Zev Weisberg, the leader of the Igud Hamosdos, the council of Orthodox Jewish private school leaders. "We  strongly support it. It is a win for students and their parents who will be less subject to mid-year busing disruptions and crises. It is a win for non-public schools who will have a dedicated clearinghouse for efficient and responsive management of their own student busing needs.
And lastly, it is a win for the district and its administrators, who will not be burdened with the retail management of an elaborate non-public busing system," Weisberg said in an email."

Naturally a peek of the comments comes at no surprise more lies, fabrications and hate spread about the Lakewood orthodox community.

1 comment:

  1. Did you expect any better from the self appointed spokesmouthes