- I've just completed Save Israel, Barry Chamish's fifth
book in his series of intelligence briefings on the crisis in Israel. It
is a must read. The first three books by Chamish (Traitors and Carpetbaggers
in the Promised Land, Israel Betrayed, and The Last Days of Israel), as
well as Save Israel, are compilations, with revisions and updates, of his
periodic briefings on Israel, of which I am a recipient. His fourth book,
Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin?, is a complete work in and of itself and is
the definitive investigative work on the assassination.
- Chamish's books should be read as a series because each
work builds upon the others as Chamish tracks the ongoing saga of intrigue
and betrayal of Israeli sovereignty from within the halls of power. Chamish
and I are both convinced there is a globalist conspiracy controlling the
governments of the US, EU and Israel (though there are competing factions
within the conspiracy, and a vast array of naive, loyal or manipulated
government employees who do what they're told, not being fully aware of
the agenda being advanced under the guise of National Security).
- Since there are no defectors from the top echelons, Chamish
finds the best evidence of conspiracy and betrayal in the accounts of whistleblowers
who tell of government collusion and cover-up for corruption, murder, blackmail
and bribery in high government affairs - all illegal acts that go unpunished
because of a broad system of immunity granted to inside players. Where
Chamish lacks insider testimony, he culls through the police evidence directly
or watches for contradictions in official and media versions until he figures
out what really happens. He could easily qualify as Israel's Sherlock Holmes.
Chamish has a steel-trap logical mind that lets no detail escape his notice.
- Analyzing conspiracy is a fine art. There is a lot of
garbage and disinformation out there, particularly stemming from certain
people who claim to know more than they can really know and still be on
the good side. These types of people are either disinformation artists
or are making some things up. But, to Chamish's credit, whenever he gets
better information, he is quick to discard the old. He doesn't keep hanging
on to problem information just to save his ego. He's a seasoned fighter
and values only what is ultimately true.
- If there are weaknesses in Chamish's books, it is in
the editing. Perhaps due to the constraints of time and being too close
to the action, Chamish fails to provide dates for comments referring to
"last week" or some other unspecified date. There are also several
Hebrew crossover words thrown into his writings that are understandable
to those who frequent Israel, but which many readers probably won,t understand.
Just type them into an internet search engine as you read along, and a
suitable interpretation will be produced. Lastly, you,ll encounter a dizzying
host of new names of key players and conspirators in Israeli operations
that will be hard to keep track of, let alone keep straight. Have patience;
the important names keep surfacing regularly in each new scandal or cover-up,
and pretty soon you,ll know who the important ones are. Don,t try to remember
them all. It helps if you start with his earlier books so you can see the
- Save Israel, Chamish's latest, is the best so far. Before
his Rabin exposé gained national attention, Chamish was viewed as
a kook, albeit tenacious, an author to be ridiculed by the establishment
press or ignored. No longer is Chamish ignored. His Herculean efforts to
expose corruption in Israel have made him a type of folk hero among critical
thinkers. By his own admission, he,s a flawed man, who the government and
media loves to take pot shots at. Yet most of his imperfections can be
overlooked because his intellectual integrity is what,s most important
here. I consider Barry Chamish the world's most savvy witness of current
events in Israel. He's not perfect, but he's the best Israel has for now.
- You must email Barry Chamish directly (email@example.com)
to obtain his latest book.