Monday, August 30, 2010


                     A DARING EXPERIMENT by Barry Chamish


       My website was hacked and inaccessible for the past month. It was fixed just a few days ago. For a month I was cut off from the wider world, resulting in almost no new readers,  while almost no books were sold. During these desperate and penniless days, I had numerous discussions about how to keep the books going even if I wasn't. The answer usually came up, "You have to put them on Kindle."
       However, I replied, most of my readers don't trust the Internet enough to pay or learn to pay online. More troubling, many are going through severe money troubles and wouldn't pay Kindle about $25 for any book right now. My solution was a daring experiment in trust that only I believe might work because every alternative idea had worse drawbacks.

       My book, Shabtai Tzvi, Labor Zionism, And The Holocaust, was put in a Kindle-like pdf with most of the essential book reading features, like a page counter. Here it is:


       This was my second most successful book after, Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin. The work proves that Judaism was utterly infiltrated by the criminals called the Sabbataians. Their work against the Jews from within led to numerous disasters for the people, culminating in the Holocaust. Something about the message seeped through to the other side and surprising mainstream outlets chose to review it:

       "Mr. Chamish's observations concerning the CFR elite's schemes in the Middle East have repeatedly proved accurate." -New American

       "Chamish has an impressive and very real influences on people who are not satisfied with the explanations given them." -Yediot Achronot

      Within the book are chapters that have gone worldwide, including the murders of Ofra Haza, and Congressman Wayne Owens, the radiation experiments on Sephardic children in the 50s, why Jonathan Pollard can never be released from prison etc.

      The book is yours for just $10. Now who, all asked, would pay $10 when I just sent it for free? This is where the honor system enters from stage left.

      I have only sent the book to trusted readers. No site or newsgroup received it. There is no news written that could be reprinted anywhere. It's, for now, just you and me. Now, I'm not the total sucker I'm widely assumed to be. I know some won't pay and some might. The some might is reward enough for me and for those loyal readers who cannot afford to pay.

      For those who can, here are my rules, with no way to ever enforce them... BUT ONE. If you read the whole book, and can afford it, you bought it. And if you forward it, try to pay me $5. a book for each recipient.

      If this experiment works, I will open pdf sites and take low-priced orders for Bye Bye Gaza, and THE conPROMISED LAND, from those who played fair ball with this grand experiment. That is my sole enforcement.

      Congratulations. You have received a terrific book this time out.

Barry Chamish
POB 840157
Saint Augustine, FL  32080  USA


Shimon Peres came to power over Rabin's dead body

Shimon Peres Came to Power Over Rabin's Dead Body
I met Yitzhak Rabin in the Israeli Parliament in 1982 during Hanukkah. I was able to talk with him briefly and mention I was associated with Ambassador College in Pasadena, California.

Avishai Raviv, Eyal, and Yitzhak Rabin
Avishai Raviv was an Israeli government agent provocateur (whose code name was "Champagne" for the bubbles of incitement he created to tarnish the right-wing Israelis) who goaded Yigal Amir to assassinate Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin (although this is hotly disputed by investigative reporters like Barry Chamish)...

Vatican Linked to the Assassination of Yitzhak Rabin?
The dark powers of the European Union, under evil influence of the very real German-Jesuit cabal, are intent on ripping out the heart of Israel and sacrificing Israeli sovereignty to their wannabe divine emperor about to take the world by storm, pimped by the sorcerer-pope.

Shimon Peres Charged with the Murder of Yitzhak Rabin?
We, the undersigned, leaders of major Jewish groups and organizations, hereby sorrowfully acknowledge our lack of leadership in pursuit of justice for slain Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

Friday, August 27, 2010

I declare this Day

"I declare this day... "
(Deuteronomy 26:3)
Elul 10, 5770/August 19, 2010

The Torah reading of Ki Tavo opens with instructions being given by Moshe rabennu, (Moses our master), to the children of Israel, concerning the very first commandments to be carried out upon entering the land of Israel. These include the bringing of the first fruits, the tithing of the produce and the setting up of twelve stones atop Mount Eval, overlooking the city of Shechem. The second half of the Torah reading, however, is dominated by a delineation of blessings for serving G-d, and curses which will befall the people of Israel if they fail to pursue G-d's commandments "with happiness and with gladness of heart." (ibid 28:47)
The litany of kelalot, admonitions, is long, fearsome, and foreboding. It most chillingly reads like a chronicle of tragedies that have indeed befallen the nation of Israel over the millennia. But perhaps more than anything else, it seems to invoke, at least in our weaker moments, an oppressive sense of helplessness, of inevitability. Once the nation goes astray there exists, one may glean, an irreversible slippery slide down the long slope of reproof followed by reproof followed by reproof. Can Israel reverse course before hitting bottom? Are we looking at the stereotypical "angry Deity of the Old Testament," wreaking havoc upon man? Are we really held captive by a cosmic fate beyond our control?
Of course not. G-d's admonitions to Israel are those of a loving father, whose only concern is the welfare of his children. In any case, such a notion of helplessness is antithetical to very thing Torah comes to teach us, that is, personal responsibility. And the clearest proof of this is embodied in the ceremony of the first fruits described in Ki Tavo's opening verses, in which we are told, in no uncertain terms, that man holds his own fate in the palms of his own hands. The pilgrim is instructed to bring to the altar of the Holy Temple the first fruits of his labor in the field, his finest efforts, his own personal god-like piece of creation. And this most wondrous reflection of himself he is commanded to relinquish, placing in in a basket and "laying it before the altar of HaShem, your G-d." (ibid 26:4) By doing so the pilgrim acknowledges that G-d is the sole Creator and Master of of all, even that which this pilgrim himself has toiled to bring forth from the earth. Our pilgrim then recalls the history of the Israelite nation, beginning with their pursuit and desert wanderings and concluding with their entering the land of Israel, "a land flowing with milk and honey." (ibid 26:9)
The pilgrim then states: "And now, behold, I have brought the first of the fruit of the ground which you, HaShem, have given to me." (ibid 26:10) By doing so he affirms and confirms beyond a shadow of a doubt his own personal centrality in G-d's creation and in the Divine purpose which informs G-d's creation. Far from being a faceless extra, out of sync, and lost in a vast and unconcerned universe which careens heartlessly through time, our pilgrim is literally the lynchpin which binds G-d to man, heaven to earth. And all it took was a little humility.
Is this any less than a replay and a correction of the original first fruits episode which unfolded at the dawn of man? We know that the Holy Temple stands literally in the very location of the Garden of Eden, and the altar in the place of the tree of life. And wasn't it Adam and Chava's (Eve's) misappropriation of the first fruit of the tree of knowledge that first brought death and sorrow into G-d's world?
No, the horror upon horror of the curses laid out in Ki Tavo's later verses do not come in order to cause us to lose heart, but to take heart. How simply we can take back our world if only we confront G-d directly, on His terms, and upon His turf, as it were, the Holy Temple, and present to Him our finest selves, with humility. It is this humility which lifts our souls and fills our hearts with gladness - the antidote, the cure, and the end to every curse and cause of pain:
"Then, you shall rejoice with all the good that HaShem, your G-d, has granted you and your household you, the Levite, and the stranger who is among you." (ibid 26:11)


Temple TalkTune in to this week's Temple Talk as Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven discuss the intricate beauty of the commandment to bring first fruits to the Holy Temple, in joy and thankfulness, and what this means for every single human being today. This week's Torah portion of Ki Tavo is actually a concise guide to the themes of Elul – an Elul survival kit – that contains everything we need to know to break away from the rote and humdrum of our everyday existence and get back to where we belong; fully focused on "G-d consciousness."


I Want to Get Closer to YouThis week features the new Light to the Nations teaching by Rabbi Chaim Richman, entitled, "I Want to Get Closer to You: Psalm 27 is traditionally recited in the morning and evening every day during the month of Elul. What is the secret of this Psalm? What special significance does it have for this month of prayer and repentance? An exploration of its meaning sheds light upon the true goal of the month of Elul - to make a real, uncompromising and trusting relationship with G-d our first priority." Click here to view.


Field of Dreams, or Field of

Blood?Revisiting the King in the Field: Field of Dreams, or Field of Blood? The month of Elul is one of introspection and drawing closer to G-d. We would certainly hope that this reality would be reflected in the holiest spot on earth, the Temple Mount. Yet this year the Moslem month of Ramadan coincides with Elul, and a message of hate and incitement against Israel and disdain of the place of the House of G-d has hijacked the Mount. To learn more and see pictures, please click here.


Parashat HashavuaBy performing Torah commandments with joy, as prescribed in this week's parasha, and expressing our thanks to G-d for all His blessings, we become keenly aware that G-d is with us in all our endeavors, the ultimate validation of our lives. Click here to view Rabbi Richman's short teaching on parashat Ki Tavo (Deuteronomy 26:1-29:8).


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Blessings from the holy city of Jerusalem,
  Yitzchak Reuven
  The Temple Institute

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Call for Israeli citizenship for David Ben-Ariel

Temple Mount Faithful support for David Ben-Ariel

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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Identifying Birthmarks of Israel Today

These are the facts skeptics attempt to ignore or vainly deny, even though the odds of fulfilling a fraction of these distinct prophecies is nil:

The birthmarks of fulfilled biblical prophecies include, as the Jerusalem-based Brit Am Israel organization teaches:

According to the Bible ten out of the twelve tribes of Israel split away (1 Kings 12:19), formed their own kingdom of "Israel" (1 Kings 12:20) and were exiled by the Assyrians (2 Kings 17:18). They forget their identity (Hosea 1:9, 7:8; Isaiah 49:21) and became the Lost Ten Tribes. In the future they will re-unite with the Jews (Ezekiel 37; Isaiah 11:13; Jeremiah 3:18) of "Judah", but until then they have a role of their own to fulfill. They were destined to be situated at the continental extremities of the earth such as North America, the British Isles, Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa (Deuteronomy 33:13; Isaiah 24:16, 26:15, 41:8-9, 49:6), to be the richest (Genesis 27:28, 49:25; Deuteronomy 33:13-16; Hosea 2:8), and most powerful (Numbers 24:8-7; Micah 5:7-9) nations on earth and to control major international strategic bases (Genesis 22:16-17, 24:60). All of these points together with numerous others show that descendants of the Lost Ten Tribes can only be found amongst Western Nations, especially the English-speaking ones.

Blessed be the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob for keeping His Word, for being faithful concerning his promises of RACE - which strengthens our faith concerning his promises of GRACE.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

"One shall say, I am the LORD’S; and another shall call himself by the name of Jacob; and another shall subscribe with his hand unto the LORD, and surname himself by the name of Israel"

Who and What is a Jew

DavidBenAriel says:

pagan man-god myths - Shy Guy

Your stereotypes sadly enslave and blind you. I don't believe Yeshua was divine when he was in the flesh and reject the accursed trinity doctrine.

"The Gentilized Israelites (many Catholics and Protestants) must confess and forsake our baptized paganism, our whitewashed heathen customs that Roman wolves have polluted the world with and misled the masses, and Judaism must reject its Babylonian relics of astrology, amulets, "hell" and other religious lies, as Zechariah proves Judah isn't perfect either. Gentilized Jews, assimilated Jews, must remember their Hebrew roots and biblical responsibilities and act accordingly."
- Israel and Judah Must Get House in Order Before King Messiah Arrives


Insecure Jews begrudge I exercised my prerogative to legally change my name to a Hebrew name, while secure Jews respect it and admire it (knowing the list of Jews who have taken "Christian" names is endless). Ironically, I doubt "Yamit" or "Shy Guy" are legal surnames, while they obsess over mine. Regardless, "One shall say, I am the LORD’S; and another shall call himself by the name of Jacob; and another shall subscribe with his hand unto the LORD, and surname himself by the name of Israel" (Isa. 44:5).

As for who and what is a Jew:

"Eye on Zion" - Yishai Fleisher's Speaking Tour

SUMMER 2010: Israel – A Heart of Flesh in a World with a Heart of Stone

Israel is a miracle and is the most exciting project of the Jewish people in 2,000 years. Yet this young country is in ever present danger, from within and from without. How do we help Israel regain her self-confidence in a hostile world which seeks her destruction? How do we balance the modern needs of a democratic state with the vision of a Jewish Homeland powered by Jewish principles? How do we bring about a sense of unity in the Holy Land? What can we do to assure Israel’s success in this trying moment of need?

Join Yishai Fleisher as he tackles Israel’s unique challenges and articulates a vision for a winning direction forward. If you care about Israel, you won’t want to miss this talk!


I stood up for Israel (especially the Temple Mount) and was unjustly deported. Where were Jews to decry this outrage? If Israelis fail to support those who highlight the plight of the Temple Mount suffering under Nazi Muslim occupation, they deserve to lose it all and they will when the German-Jesuit EU stomps Jerusalem.

Saturday, August 14, 2010

The participation of the "Yesha council" against Jews

meraglim22 | July 16, 2009

Explanation and evidence of the participation of the "Yesha council" in the expulsion process.

Meraglim - 4 of 4
Meraglim - 3 of 4
Meraglim - 2 of 4
Read and weep for the Israeli Jews of Gush Katif/Gaza, on whose behalf I wrote this article in July 2005 before their illegal expulsion by the bribed Ariel Sharon and criminal company working for foreign interests. Many of them remain homeless, depressed and basically abandoned by their lying government -- their former homes history, stripped bare and destroyed by marauding Arab enemies who are now fighting among themselves, one terrorist group (Hamas) against another terrorist group (Fatah).

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

David Ben-Ariel refutes false accusations on Israpundit

 Christians at it again! Giant Brazilian Temple Replica Panned as 'Mockery'

DavidBenAriel says:

…ron my apologies to you but not to David Hoover (DavidBenAriel) who failed attempting to blow up the Dome of the Rock and was caught and kicked out of Israel and banned from returning. Failure has it’s price. -Yamit

Yamit, the failure is all your own. Why do you refuse to let the plain truth set you free? Why did you fail to document what you hatefully allege? Put up or shut up. I love Jerusalem, Jews and Israel, despite ignorant and prejudiced people like you (not representative of Jews or Israelis), and corrupt Israeli officials. Zion shall be redeemed with justice.

The Israeli police knew they didn’t have a shred of evidence against me other than some hateful letter filled with false accusations that misled them.

I was born David A. Hoover. However, I legally changed my name to David Ben-Ariel (with the help of my Jewish lawyer) during the Spring of 1989, as related in God-given names (otherwise you wouldn’t know about my former name).

Furthermore, this Christian Zionist doesn’t believe in the trinity, keeps Sabbath rather than Sunday, the biblical festivals (not holidays of pagan origin), the dietary laws, etc.

Sunday, August 08, 2010

Most Israelites aren't Jews!

Feedback from Tom:

Reading your last commentary [The Triumph Of Jewish Survival] has reminded me you are a complete moron. You think America and England are Jews? LOL. You fool, read history, in fact, read the Bible. Your actions will come to bear you out when stand before Him. Think before you do.

You have been fooled to think this, you need to get on your knees and ask God to show this to you. There is just too much information on this matter. Nothing else to say about this.

Response to Tom:

How foolish you appear since you still don't recognize the difference between Jews (Judah) and Israel (the "lost 10 Tribes). Such ignorance is inexcusable. Satan hates this plain truth and works hard to keep folks in the dark. God knows I'm doing what I can to help spread the light about how God is faithful to Joseph and Judah and can also be trusted for His other prophecies to come true.

Saturday, August 07, 2010

Congressman at Town Hall: ‘The Federal Government Can Do Most Anything in This Country’

The United States is in the terrible situation we are today, where the Constitution is trampled daily, because the voters permitted it to get this way with the steady erosion of our Constitutional rights. As Chuck Baldwin proves in many disturbing articles, both Democrats and Republicans are to blame. 

 It appears we are under a curse, our Republic sick and dying,  and the German-dominated United States of Europe will deal us the death blow before the King of the Jews, the King of Israel, comes and saves us from ourselves and our enemies and establishes the Kingdom of God.

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

The Triumph Of Jewish Survival

The Triumph Of Jewish Survival
God promised to preserve all Twelve Tribes of Israel throughout the generations because of His love for Abraham, Isaac and Jacob - not because of our righteousness. Furthermore, not all 12 Tribes are Jewish - most aren't Jewish. The prophecies concerning Joseph's sons Ephraim and Manasseh are fulfilled in the British-Israelites - the British Commonwealth and the United States.

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