WATCH: Man Shows Up At 770 Claiming To Be Messiah

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A man arrived at Chabad World Headquarters at 770 Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights on the first day of Chol Hamoed Sukkos, and claimed to be the messiah.

The man, of African American descent, climbed on top of a concrete barricade, and made his announcement.

When people threatened to call the police, the man responded “I’m not disturbing the peace. I’m just announcing that I’m the Messiah….”

See the video below:

 


30 COMMENTS

  1. He is not the Messiah yet.
    But we can try to work on it, by dancing around him while singing Yechi Hamelech, and putting his pictures on our Yamulkas and our yellow flags. Who knows? We just have to believe.

  2. The Chofetz chaim ztl was given the sefer tzaafnat paneach. The author of this sefer is Harav Yosef Rosen (The Rogatchover gaon). After looking at a few pages the chofetz chaim looked at the cover and exclaimed “Tzaafnat paneach!? Adrabah, Yosef Razin!!”

  3. It’s pretty obvious that this guy is mentally deranged, what we all should be asking ourselves, why in heavens name would YWN lower itself and make a headline about what a drug addicted mentally insane animal had to say.
    Of course we all know why, because it happened at 770.
    Shame on you Yeshiva world, you really hit the bottom with this one

  4. Many dumb comments. The guy doesn’t seem deranged. He’s talking video of himself. Someone obviously put him up to this and he’s talking video so he can show it off to his friends.

  5. It’s pretty obvious that this guy is mentally deranged, what we all should be asking ourselves, why in heavens name would YWN lower itself and make a headline about what a drug addicted mentally insane hoodlum had to say.
    Of course we all know why, because it happened at 770.and it will give the LEITZIM a chance to poke fun at Lubavich
    Shame on you Yeshiva world, you really hit the bottom with this one

  6. Hand him a lulav. Ask him if he knows what to do with it. Pay attention to his answer (his na’ah’nooim may be a learning experience for all of us)

  7. Imagine if anyone would insult (in a not-so-veiled way) YOUR leaders: you know, the ones who insisted Yeshivas and other institutions should stay open at the height of Covid. And you all “veyned” when some of these helige Gedolim died.

    But Chabadnikim, and the Rebbe specifically, are fair game. Two weeks since you klopped al Chait. My, how time flies.

  8. There have been other mentally ill people who says they’re the Messiah. He’s not the first. Anyway, he’s not very convincing, doesn’t look like a Messiah.