Posted by Sam Fenny - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 10 January 2024

You are always mad until you are proved right. Then those who said you were mad say they knew all along. Next, when you go even deeper, the same people say you are mad and the whole sequence starts again

Chaotic scenes erupted at a synagogue in New York on Monday when a group of young Orthodox Jewish men attempted to stop construction workers filling in a network of secret underground tunnels.

When the tunnels were discovered in December at the Chabad Lubavitch World Headquarters in Brooklyn, the synagogue’s leaders called in construction crews to flood them with concrete.

But a group of Chabad-Lubavitch students in their teens and early 20s gathered at the building on Monday afternoon in an attempt to protect the hidden passageways.

Videos from the scene captured Orthodox men vandalising a cement truck that had begun to pump cement into the tunnel.

Others were seen entering the building and tearing up wood paneling, revealing a network of pathways beneath.
Several of the men ran into the tunnels to stop them being filled, while one used a hammer to smash the synagogue wall to make the tunnel wider.

The group also overturned seats and confronted police.

In another video, a young Orthodox Jewish man climbs out of a hole in the pavement outside the building, then runs away.

On X, footage went viral of a showdown between police and a crowd of Orthodox Jewish men inside the building has amassed more than five million views.

In the clip, three men stand inside the tunnel with one casually sipping a drink.

Social media users expressed their confusion at the scene, with many asking: ‘What am I looking at here?’

A woman named Emma Batsheva Saulz captured the collective thought, writing: ‘I’m really not sure what I just watched but it’s wild.’

10 people were arrested by the New York Police Department and the synagogue has since been closed.

Here’s everything we know about the story so far.

Read More: Secret synagogue tunnels are causing chaos in New York. 

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