the Rebbe di Beis Yisroel is - in di velt - portrayed as more right wing than his father the Imrei Emes. Itche Meir Levin, the brother in law, was the father's shaliach, and the Beis Yisroel basically did not interfere. That's how they see it. The kanoyim who have a little bit of Yiras Shomayim blame Itche Meir and say that the BY had no choice but to go along with what he did, because he respected the father's choice. As if he was an Hungarian Rebbe... The "Eidah" people thought he is one of theirs. Zalminu Wienberg, the holy Tolner Rebbe's brother, writes a Mussar vort his brother heard the the Beis Yisroel give, based on Rav Kook as a role model. I assume it's not printed anywhere. Very un PC. Even for Ger.