Shabtai Tzvi, Labor Zionism and the Holocaust
Review by Reuben Kossover February, 2005
Barry Chamish, an Israeli writer born in North America, came to prominence when he disputed the official story of the assassination of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin almost a decade ago. Mr. Chamish's books are largely a compendium of the essays he writes detailing the results of his investigations. Since beginning his work on Rabin's assassination, he has brought to light the nature of the top down corruption in this country, concentrating on the determination of successive Israeli regimes to undo the ideal and the reality of a Jewish state here.
Those familiar with his other books, Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin?,The Last Days of Israel, and Save Israel, will recognize the basic themes which are also continued in Shabtai Tzvi, Labor Zionism & the Holocaust.
These themes are that:
Israel?'s leadership has been corrupted and bought out entirely by foreigners, largely the leadership of the European Union, the Vatican and the United States, as represented by the Council of Foreign Relations. A sub-theme to this is that the intent of the Council of Foreign Relations can be discerned clearly from many policy documents that it has published over the decades, and its intent with respect to Israel is crystal clear to those willing to read these documents.
The Oslo Peace Process is a means by which the European Union and the United States intend first to weaken and then to destroy the Jewish State. One finds extensive evidence that many terrorist hits are in reality executions planned by the Jewish section of the Shabak (Hebrew abbreviation for General Security Service) and then carried out based on information leaked to Arabs who are conveniently killed or allowed to escape capture.
In order to effectively implement the weakening and then the destruction of the Jewish State, a secret war has been waged on those who live in Judea and Samaria with the first stage being to alienate the Israeli public from these people and then buying out those who will be bought out, and killing the leaders who won't be bought out. Anyone who has been suspected of threatening the continuance of this process has been killed or strong attempts have been made to marginalize them, including Barry Chamish.
Finally, that Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was not assassinated by Yigal Amir, but by a hit squad controlled by Shimon Peres, and no effort has been spared in attempting to cover up this fact.
Nevertheless, in all of his previous books, Mr. Chamish has concentrated on the who, what, when, where and how? of all of these themes.
On page 202 of Shabtai Tzvi, Labor Zionism & the Holocaust, Mr. Chamish begins to tackle the key issue absent from his other works is? WHY. From this comes the title of the book. I suggest reading this chapter of the book first.
In this chapter of the book, Mr. Chamish traces the origins not merely of Labor Zionism, but also of a number of movements within Judaism what seem to be counter to what Judaism believes in. In this chapter of the book, Mr. Chamish, using the work of Rabbi Marvin Antelman as his guide, traces the influence of the false messiah, Shabtai Tzvi, a Turkish Jew who lived in the16th century, through to the 1700`s in the person of a man named Jakob Frank, and his many contacts in the German Jewish world and the Roman Catholic Church. He goes further, tracing a web of evil through the 18th and 19th centuries and finally to today.
This chapter of the book should be scary and sobering to any Jew who comprehends its implications. Briefly, it explains the phenomenon of what more and more writers of late have been calling "unJews" or non-Jewish Jews. I strongly recommend buying and reading this work, and contemplating it carefully. Many bookstores in Israel refuse to carry Mr. Chamish's books, scared off by government intimidation.
Joel Skousen, World Affairs Brief:
"Chamish`s Herculean efforts to expose corruption in Israel have made him a type of folk hero among critical thinkers."
The New American:
"Mr.Chamish`s observations concerning the CFR elite`s schemes in the Middle East have repeatedly proved accurate."
Union Of Jewish Students Magazine:
"Chamish`s research is finally collated into this book to create a truly horrifying story of political corruption."
Cleveland Jewish News:
"The questions that Chamish asks are substantive, disturbing and deserving of attention."
Yediot Achronot (Israel`s largest daily newspaper):
"(Chamish) has an impressive and very real influence on people who are not satisfied with the explanations given them."