4. It's All About the Money-The Practice of Hypocrisy
4.5. Ger Teacher Rabbi Chaim Clorfene Allowed to Raise Funds
First item you will see here is the utter audacity of Ger teachers Rabbi Clorfene and David Katz asking me and/or Noahide Nations to fund their book on "Ger". It is incredibly audacious of them to ask me for funds while their students demonize me for raising funds. This speaks volume's to what the "I Get Ger/I Get Ger 2.0 and Shalom 70" leadership, teachers and members are truly all about.
Shalom. I, too, am sorry about the confusion and lack of communication. Yes, I know about the meeting with Rabbi Arush and Rabbi Katz. And I know about the their discussion concerning the Ger, but I am not so familiar with the details that I could report about what was said, other than Rabbi Arush agreeing that according to Rebbe Nachman of Breslev, the "Ger" mentioned in Torah 14 of Likutei Maran was both the Jewish convert and the Noahide, and all the other mentions of "Ger" in that book included both Jew and Noahide as well.
I forgot to mention that Rav Katz and I are now looking for help in defraying the publishing costs of our new book by selling dedications. Anyone seeking a blessing for oneself or one's loved ones, for publicity purposes or just for the sake of a great mitzvah, we are certain that, with Hashem's help, this book is going to become a new classic of Noahide Torah. The book focuses on "the parables, stories, and historical narratives that form the character and world view of a people." The entire book exists solely to strengthen the cultural and spiritual identity of B'nai Noah. And it includes the introduction of the "Torah of Shem" which we believe will be a breakthrough to a new dimension of Noahide Torah. We need help with this project and if you are interested either personally or for Noahide Nations, or know someone else who would want to share some of the merit of this book, please let us know. A full page dedication is $5000.00 and a half page is $2500.00. The working title of the book (not 100% firm at this point) is "The Way of the Ger." I would be happy to email a sample chapter if you are interested in joining in for a share of this mitzvah.
Chag Sameyach and may you receive the Torah with joy on Shavuot.