another reason for collives sell out

January 1, 2010

Rabonim issue letter, col fights this with a din torah in return.

this letter is one to hold both shvey and osdibas signature, the first of its kind in the apparent “peace” proses.

the letter, in short is written to restrict certain types of news and removal of all comments on all chabad sites.

how does this effect collive?

See mrs. P. Who does graphic work for collive also seconds and a part
time secretery and commenter. Her job is to post the “out of town”
comments on the site.  You know the ones you have seen which say “montreal” florida
california. And so on, one after another.. She also monitors other sites and asures that collive has the most
comments on any given stories. reasoning is bc it helps create this “look” that col has the most readers.

not allowing commenter’s and not having any original news will crush col.

so YS is taking two different angels trying to sell out while backing its partner in israel with a bes din of their own. for him he hopes he ends up winning din torah and having the option of a sell out making his decide what his out come is. see it started as a direct attack on col the rabonim in israel have been putting pressure on the site especially bc it lables itself as the number one chabad news site. col in return  said to the rabonim unless you presure all news sites regardless if they are chabad or not.

stay tuned for further developments in this story and in a few days i will have additional information as promised about both main player in collive asking BL to be hired.


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