Are you a private Kashrus business who has a more lenient (you will say pure) take on just about everything (yes we know about your comments re your Mashgiach Temidi at the mostly Treif Limor’s and how you are ‘better’ than KA) and are there for a combination of profit and wages for yourselves, together with a dose of ‘we are a God fearing service who are here to provide more options to the genuine kosher consumer’ and we are not getting rich from Kashrus
Are you a business whose aim is NOT to make profit but to ‘benefit’ the we don’t eat treyf community with all manner of new delicacies like the Manna of yore.
Which is it? We know of your unsubstantiated claims re Rabbi Rudzki whose hechsher the frum world across the board did not rely on, but who was a fine man. We know of the attempts at legitimisation by rather transparently poor attempts at ‘association’ with respected Rabonim of the past and present. Those convince nobody. They are actually an insult to anyone with half a brain or half an honest approach to life. It’s good that you continue this line of pseudo self justification as opposed to telling us with whom you did Shimush in Kashrus.
Tell us about your financial policy. Are you profit makers through providing licences or are you jewish utopians who do favours with your expansionist views of what’s not treyf.
Meir, do your children and family eat at your establishments or have your food products in their houses? Does your wife eat Krispy Creme now? Is it only because of alignment with Beis HaTalmud or Adass that stops them trusting Daddy or Zeyda? You know the answers. Share them?
Do you drink Chalav Hacompanies?
You guys LOVE publicity … How about actually answering these questions or are we just going to see you visit Shule after Shule week after week, often talking (self promotion?) and not seemingly davening at many Shules? I watched you mysteriously turn up for Eicha I think it was at Elwood once. You were too late turned around and left. What’s the deal?
Oh, I see it as do the Oilom at large.
But I’m not a ‘Rav Hamachshir’ I’m just a regular from the Poshei Yisroel who wouldn’t touch ‘it’s not treyf’ with a barge pole.
In case you are wondering, what promoted this post was my experience in South Africa where things are done right.