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[–] shrink 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I thought so too, but looking into it, it doesn't seem like he is. He might be but I haven't found solid evidence of it yet.

HOWEVER, came across this when looking for info. Definitely something to think about, I suppose, although it's too speculative for my tastes (albeit it's not too speculative for many people I see on Voat). Also there is this, which you could either see as a red flag, or rationalize as 4D chess by someone who's aware of the jew.

I went ahead and checked and yup, "gabai" is indeed a hebrew word (it's spelled with either one or two Bs, apparently): "A gabbai, also known as shamash or warden is a beadle or sexton, a person who assists in the running of synagogue services in some way"


[–] dunklederf 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

that's just deflecting, or thinking ahead, and having people like that on board, for plausible deniability. you CAN look -TOO- deeply into it.

[–] shrink 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Sure, but I've seen a number of people on here make pretty spurious claims that could only be considered grasping at straws, yet when called out on it you'll be labeled a shill for not immediately accepting their deep, between-the-lines interpretation as truth. Not to say there aren't a number of things that have to be "measured" with heuristics, for lack of anything better, but still...