It is interesting that according to this claim, any follower of Belz who really wanted the truth would inherently be 'worthy' to continue his pursuit by studying the holy books of Rabbainu. One has to be 'worthy' - that is have the conviction to do it, if one does it, well then it is clear that he was worthy right from the inception. Thus like Rabbainu explained with a parable from the Baal Shem Tov, there are in fact no real obstacles, just illusions that seem to be impediments, but whoever really wants to get to the truth, Rabbainu is there for him.
In any event we Saba said that the redemption is very close, saying that at worst G"f another 200 years, but that is also close.
Later, in the evening I sang to a large group of the hasidim some popular Yiddish Nanach songs, and also the hit song, Rabbainu is father, mother.... They were having a lot of fun until one of their supervisors kicked them out of the shteibel. This supervisor began to berate me for having a computer in a synagogue, and I used this steer the conversation to matters that could really help him - Nanach! It wasn't long before the atmosphere returned to be festive, with good will, and some of the boys returned to get into the Nanach spirits.
Towards the end I got my webcam on, but I relied on it's facial recognition to do the focusing, which didn't work (maybe because there were too many faces), so most of the time the camera is pointing at the ceiling, but once in a while you can get a peek at the hasidim. The conversation is audible, but it's in Hebrew. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7HSF21FPcA