The Barnes Review, March/April 2003

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VOLUME IX, NUMBER 2


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WATERGATE REVISITED

By Richard Mcgowan. One of the little known stories of the watergate debacle is the activities of a little known senator from Connecticut—Lowell Weiker—that, in spite of his silly liberal rhetoric, was the main force uncovering White House corruption that led to the downfall of Richard Nixon…

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    The Barnes Review, March-April 2003The Barnes Review, March/April 2003: Watergate Revisited

    VOLUME IX, NUMBER 2


    Table of Contents

    WATERGATE REVISITED

    By Richard Mcgowan. One of the little known stories of the Watergate debacle is the activities of a little known senator from Connecticut—Lowell Weiker—that, in spite of his silly liberal rhetoric, was the main force uncovering White House corruption that led to the downfall of Richard Nixon…

    ACADEMICS AFRAID OF HISTORY

    By Dr. M. Raphael Johnson. Currently, any serious criticism of anything, from politics to history to morals, is being written and recorded far away from the halls of academia. Generally, academic research is hackneyed, useless and hopelessly establishmentarian. Find out how it got this way…

    GENOCIDE IN IRELAND

    By Chris Fogarty. The British ruling class has always viewed the Irish—at least the non-complacent ones—as beneath contempt and fit only for extermination. In this case, Ireland scholar Chris Fogarty proves that the “potato famine” was not a famine at all, but a deliberate act of cultural and physical genocide. The author also provides statistics straight from British archives…

    MALTESE MEGALITHS

    By John Tiffany. The oldest sophisticated megalithic culture on earth is found on the islands of Malta. Massive megalithic complexes, representing years of work, inexplicable structural techniques, solar alignments and impressive accomplishments, belie the “primitive” stereotype of megalithic peoples. Further, the connections between these and other megalithic sites worldwide suggest that this may have been a greatly extended culture…

    SOUTH AFRICA MURDERED

    By Jaap Marais. The late South African scholar and nationalist Jaap Marais details the massive and almost unbelievable achievements of H.F. Verwoerd under the most harsh of circumstances. His assassination was without question the work of British secret services who desperately needed to clear the political map of such a great genius who put the pompous hacks of British politics to shame…

    HOLOCAUST BUNKER OR FARMHOUSE?

    By Russ Granata. Years have passed, and the sicko regime has yet to show us any evidence of where the “gas chambers” of Auschwitz were, or how they operated, or what they looked like. Recently, this problem was thought to be solved when it was theorized that the “gas chambers” were found in a farmhouse near to the camp. World-class Revisionist Russ Granata demolishes this latest mockery of truth in his article—his lecture to last year’s Barnes Review conference…

    WAS JOSEF STALIN MURDERED?

    By Robert Logan. There is some evidence that Josef Stalin was murdered by those who were worried about being “purged.” Of course, there is no real “smoking gun,” and therefore TBR will leave it up to the reader to make up his mind here…

    THE PEARL HARBOR FRAUD

    By Thomas K. Kimmel JR. The grandson of Admiral Husband Kimmel for years has been struggling to vindicate the reputation of his grandfather. In this article the proof is offered that Kimmel was not responsible for the disaster at Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941…

    ‘ADORABLE’ CATHERINE THE GREAT

    By M. Raphael Johnson. The reign of Empress Catherine the Great was extremely significant for Russian history. Her accomplishments include the creation of institutions for female education, increased medical care, a stronger economy, better exploitation of mineral wealth, an increase in literacy and in book publication. Here TBR offers a portion of just one chapter from an original work by our own M. Raphael Johnson to be published this spring…

    BRITISH TROOPS IN GERMANY

    By Vivian Bird. Our late contributor, Vivian Bird, shows, in simple language that was his hallmark, the ill-treatment of Germans at the hands of British soldiers after the Second World War. Britain’s claim to be the guardian of world democracy is a fraud, and Bird shows why…

    HITLER’S RUSSIA STRATEGY

    By Richard Tedor. Hitler was right about Russia. Hitler’s generals wanted to head straight to Moscow, but Hitler wanted more substantial holdings in the massive Russian state. The symbolic appeal of Moscow, however, derailed Operation Barbarossa, leading to Hitler’s eventual defeat in World War II…

    COUGHLIN & THE BANKERS

    No intelligent social critic can afford to avoid reading Fr. Charles Coughlin. His words, his views and his platform were the desperately needed antidote, not just for the depression, but for the evils of capitalism as well. His work on economic privilege has yet to be bested, and the left will never admit it openly…

    THE LONDON-PARIS DISAGREEMENT

    By Gen. Leon Degrelle. As always, the story of the early years of Hitler’s reign are distorted beyond recognition. His insistence on retaking the Rhine land was a matter of pure economic and political necessity, popular with the German voters as well as the population of the Rhineland…

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