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Zionist Exremist Barry Chamish admits Bollyn is right, Zionists did 9/11!

Zionist Extremist Chamish Admits Bollyn is Right, Zionists did 9/11!!

by Kevin Barrett

Barry Chamish admits the Zionist mob did 9/11: “But not MY right-wing Zionist mob! It was those other guys, those Labor Zionists! Really! Trust me!”


Kevin Barrett writes, "Barry Chamish is one of the most radical, out-of-control Zionists you’ll ever meet. Chamish is so extreme right-wing pro-settler, pro-Greater-Israel, pro-Jabotinsky, pro-Zio-terrorist, he makes Netanyahu look like a peace-loving statesman.

But one thing you can say about Chamish: He’s not stupid, he has guts, and he pretty much calls it the way he sees it. At the personal level, I actually like the guy.

So when Chamish recently wrote what he intended as a hostile review of Christopher Bollyn’s Solving 9/11, but couldn’t help admitting that Bollyn was basically right, that the big-money Zionist mob did 9/11 with the help of Mossad and its American assets…well, that’s about the highest praise Bollyn could ever get.

Chamish claims it was the “Labor Zionists” that did 9/11, and faults Bollyn for failing to exonerate the likes of Netanyahu. But the evidence shows that Bollyn is right, and Chamish is wrong: Netanyahu was obviously a key player in the 9/11 conspiracy.

Bollyn cites Netanyahu’s 1979 Jerusalem Conference on International Terrorism (JCIT) where the whole game-plan for the upcoming “war on terror,” i.e. the war on Israel’s enemies, was developed. Chamish fatuously writes: “In 1980, Netanyahu was selling furniture at the RIM company and not formulating plans for 9-11.” The seminal importance of Netanyahu’s JCIT in creating the “war on terror” out of whole cloth, and setting the stage for 9/11, is obvious to anyone who reads Netanyahu’s book that came out of JCIT. In that compilation, arch-Zionist Orientalist Bernard Lewis reveals his plan, supported by the pro-Israel wing of Western intelligence agencies, to create a modern version of the medieval assassins – namely, al-CIA-duh – and use it to smash the Middle East to pieces on behalf of Israel (the Oded Yinon plan). If that isn’t the game plan for 9/11, what is? (Bernard Lewis was the first person from outside the government to meet with George W. Bush in the immediate aftermath of 9/11; obviously he was there to quarterback 9/11 and its intended aftermath.)

If there are any doubts that Netanyahu is at the top of the list of 9/11 criminals, they should be dispelled by the reports informing us that Netanyahu and confessed insurance fraudster and 9/11 demolition criminal Larry Silverstein is such a close friend of Netanyahu’s that they speak on the phone every single week.

Chamish claims that Bollyn fails to see that Likud and Netanyahu are the good guys, and the Labor Zionists the bad guys, due to Bollyn’s supposedly anti-Zionist or anti-Jewish ideology. But it is actually Chamish who is letting his raving-extremist Likudnik ideology blind him to some of the simple, obvious facts of 9/11, including the involvement of his heroes Sharon and Netanyahu.

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Comment by Jeannon Kralj on August 23, 2012 at 1:23pm

I have read quite a bit and have heard this idea stated by many.  I do not know how much the average Jew, no matter what faction of Zionism they belong to, actually believes and practices this belief.  Nevertheless, it is one of the fundamental tenets of their religion.

 

The greater value of a Jew's life comes from the Babylonian Talmud, which has nothing whatsoever to do with the Old Testament, or "tenach" as I think it is called.

 

http://library.flawlesslogic.com/holocaust_2.htm#note_1

1] Peter Novick, The Holocaust in American Life (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1999), 182-183. The Talmudic aphorism is from the Mishnah, Sanhedrin 4.5. In a standard scholarly translation -- The Mishnah, trans. Herbert Danby (Oxford, 1933) -- it reads:

 

"If any man has caused a single soul to perish from Israel Scripture imputes it to him as though he had caused a whole world to perish; and if any man saves alive a single soul from Israel Scripture imputes it to him as though he had saved alive a whole world."

 

On the subject of Jewish ethnocentrism, the comments of the Talmudic scholar Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburgh, a former American citizen now living in Israel, are worth noting:

 

"If every single cell in a Jewish body entails divinity, and is thus part of God, then every strand of DNA is a part of God. Therefore, something is special about Jewish DNA.... If a Jew needs a liver, can he take the liver of an innocent non-Jew to save him? The Torah would probably permit that. Jewish life has an infinite value. There is something more holy and unique about Jewish life than about non-Jewish life."

Quoted in Israel Shahak and Norton Mezvinsky, Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel (London: Pluto Press, 1999), 43.

 

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At the beginning of the movie Shindler's List, Steven Spielberg puts and upside down twist on this and turns it in to universalism and the brotherhood of man.

 

http://library.flawlesslogic.com/holocaust.htm#n1

 

excerpt

 

Holocaust Commemoration

Irmin Vinson

Lessons in Tolerance

Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List concludes with a sentimental epigraph, labeled as a quotation from the Talmud: "Whoever saves one life, saves the world entire." This declaration of humane universalism is appealing to many, and it became part of the publicity campaign for the film, but it is not genuinely Jewish. As historian Peter Novick reports, in his informative The Holocaust in American Life, "the traditional version, the one taught in all Orthodox yeshivot, speaks of 'whoever saves one life of Israel.'" The traditional Talmudic text thus stands in stark contrast to Spielberg's epigraph. To save one Jewish life ("one life of Israel") is to save the entire world, because in Jehovah's eyes Jewish lives are infinitely precious and non-Jewish lives are not. Far from teaching the brotherhood of man, the Talmud teaches a Jewish supremacy so absolute that a single Jewish life is deemed as valuable as the totality of all other lives. [1]

Comment by James H. Fetzer on August 23, 2012 at 12:39pm

I did not mean to imply that Barry had said that.  My observation is that, based upon my interactions with those who have been studying this matter, it appears to be true!  So why don't you do some research on the concept of Jewish superiority and the relative value of Jewish lives as opposed to non-Jewish lives.  It may surprise you.

Comment by Jeannon Kralj on August 23, 2012 at 9:58am

Well, I just listened to Barry on that 2009 interview.  I own and have read about a third of the book about Shabatai Tsvi.

Barry seems to be consistent over the years.  That's for sure.  He has been on Dr. Stan Monteith's shows for many years and I listened to those shows for several years.   Barry Chamish is popular with Christian "evangelicals" dispensationalists as well as "Messianic Christian" churches as a speaker.  Barry and Dr. Stan pretty much despise Catholicism.  Christianity and Judaism have both been severely infiltrated and basically taken over.  The question is were they taken over by the same people.

I honestly do not know what is the truth about all the matters Barry Chamish discussed on that radio show.  

People cling to the way it was supposed to have been in the past beginnings and they are called "conservatives" or "consitutionalists" or "traditional Catholics" or the good kind of Zionist Jews now in Israel who make up I think he said about one percent of the population there.

 

I did not hear Barry say anything to indicate one Jew life is worth more than 10 gentile lives or any other "Jewish superiority" type comments, with the exception of his allusion to Jews ALWAYS having lived in and mostly populated the land we now refer to as Palestine.  His inference was that that land has always belonged to them and there should be no question about that. and, not stated but implied, it was their God ordained right to possess that land in perpetuity. 

Barry has always refused to say anything about his own adherence to Judaism religion.  He apparently counts himself among the real Jews, the non Sabatain Jews.  There is a photo of Barry with a philactery (sp ? correct word ?) on his head so I guess he does count himself as an orthodox Jew but he does not apparently wear a yamulka or practice the religion openly to my knowledge. He presents himself has a conservative Israeli patriot.

 

IT does all seem to boil down to clashes of religions.  And then each of the major religions are deeply split and infiltrated from within.

 

I do not believe the modern nation state of Israel has anything to do with any Old Testment promises or prohecies.  It is just another modern nation.  The Jews are no longer God's chosen people.  The land promises in the OT have each and every one  all been fulfilled so today's Israel does not belong to them by divine right.  The Mosaic covenant is abrogated by the New Covenant.  There are numerous Catholic and Protestant theologins who do not accept these facts and that is why all Christian religions can be described as having been "Judaized."  

The bit about the front organization CFR ruling all is totally bogus.  That was part of the propaganda of the John Birch Society, another bogus front organization created to play a certain role.  Things go much much deeper than organizations like the CFR or the Trilaterals or the Bilderbergers or conservative or liberal or Left or Right.

I also do think that people with dual citizenship with Russia or Israel or another country is permitted for high U S government offices.  Barry seems to have gotten that one wrong.  Guess I will need to get the proof and the facts in writing on that.

 

Comment by James H. Fetzer on August 22, 2012 at 7:48pm

The interview with Barry Chamish was on 30 March 2009.  Here is a link to the interview:

http://nwopodcast.com/fetz/media/jim%20fetzer%20real%20deal-barry%2...

The idea of "Jewish superiority" is more along the lines of one Jewish life is worth more
than that of ten non-Jews.  It is a fairly literal general attitude regarding the value of lives.

Comment by Jeannon Kralj on August 22, 2012 at 7:34pm

Barry Chamish was on the Radio Liberty radio show this afternoon talking about the reactions to his article in Salem (?) magazine that Dr. Barret responds to in this posted article here. 

The audio archive will be available in a day or two at

 

http://www.soundwaves2000.com/radio_liberty/

 

Select the 8-22-12  Hour 1 show for listening or save/download .

 

I see where you actually interviewed Barry Chamism back in 2009

 

"I must say, until very recently. It has always been a vague term to me, which led me to feature several guests on my interview program, “The Real Deal”, including Steven Lendman (on March 13, 2009) and Barry Chamish (on March 30, 2009), where our interviews are archived at radiofetzer.blogspot.com. I formed the opinion that the concept of Zionism combines a belief in Jewish superiority with the presumption of entitlement to the lands that Jews (presumably) once occupied in Palestine, regardless of the consequences for Palestinians. "

 

(

Comment on: Blog Post 'Zan Overall Confronts Dylan Avery Re: Israeli Involvement'  )

 

I will have to find that interview of Barry Chamish wherein he gives his definition of "Zionism."

 

Regarding your definition including the concept of "Jewish superiority", I also have read that idea many places but I guess I have not fully intellectually grasped it yet.

 

I think there are a lot of groups and people who are members of those groups that consider themselves "superior."

I think the concept of American exceptionalism is the same as feeling special and superior.  I think many religions convey the concept of superiority, including my own.  Many religions claim they are  superior as they are "the one true religion" and that their religion is the only way to be "saved." 

 

I personally believe some things, some concepts, whatever, ARE indeed superior to others.  However, if by "Jewish superiority" is meant that Jewish people, a Jewish person, regard themselves as "superior" because of  their race or ethnicity, or what I call their DNA, then I certainly reject that idea.

 

I will have to go back and listen to what Lendman and Chamish said on your show.  (I guess you know that two of the Loose Change guys are "Judaics", the new word Michael Hoffman has taught me to use instead of "Jews".  Dylan Avery and Jason Bermas.  I do not think Corey Rowe is a Judaic.

 

I personally like Barry Chamish and Dr. Stan Monteith and Dr. James Fetzer.  However, I am trying as best I can to approach the subject of 9-11 and "Zionism" is the most objective truth seeking way I can. 

 

At the risk of providing all an unintended laugh, I believe if objective truth and I believe that individual conscience .. properly formed .. is the arena in which truth is discovered.    I prefer not to just form my own defintions of terms and wish everyone would come to fair common word meanings before discussion. 

 

Barry Chamish probably has a much much deeper knowledge of Judaism, Zionism, Israel and the Mossad including their history from the beginning of the modern nation state of Israel than does Christopher Bollyn or Kevin Barret, or any of us.  I wish Barry would set out his knowledge in his own review of Bollyn's book.

 

P.S.

I have stated before my observations regarding what I perceive as major pitfalls in Bollyn's work on 9-11.  Bollyn is one hundred percent sold on "nanothermite" and says in his book "nanothermite is an extremely powerful explosive."  I have not read Bollyn's book but I think he also assumes real planes and also possibly Muslim hijackers.  With those tragic flaws in Bollyn's book and knowledge of 9-11, it is not unreasonable that Barry Chamish's statement that Bollyn's book is way too "simplistic" may be true.

 

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