The Barnes Review January/February 2023 (PDF)

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From The Barnes Review, January/February 2023

Personal From the Editor 

NICE TO MEET YOU, 2023!

Will 2023 be better than 2022? A.D. 2022 will be remembered as the year in which: the establishment began the steady push to normalize “sex change” operations for children who have not gone through puberty; we saw an unprecedented invasion of illegal immigrants cross our southern border; the FBI was outed as a domestic terror group; fuel prices soared; inflation “slowed” to 7.1%; free speech was assaulted on a daily basis; and even more bad news I won’t bore you with. You know it all too well.

But there was some good news, too. Gas prices have gone down a few cents recently, and bananas (at least in my grocery store) are at 43¢ a pound. That’s only 4¢ a pound more than they were 20 years ago. Other than that, 2022 was not a great year for the average American. The rising cost of everyday items has gotten so bad, many people have been forced to find expenses to cut. I have gotten more than a few letters and calls from subscribers recently who regret they cannot afford to renew their TBR subscription. “But it’s only 15¢ a day for a TBR subscription,” I say. They say, “I’m sorry. I have been subscribing for 20 years and I love the magazine and what you are doing, but I can’t even pay for my medicines [or mortgage, or fuel oil for heating the house, or birthday gifts etc.],” they respond. I completely understand. This is why other subscribers have stepped forward to help.

We wish we could, but TBR, as you well know, is not a profit-making business. The Powers That Be have seen to it TBR never turns a profit, sabotaging us and other likeminded organizations by revoking credit card processing, cancelling bank accounts, rigging internet search metrics, banning books and more. We’re used to it. However, if you ever get to the point where you can no longer afford to renew your TBR subscription, just give me a call Monday thru Thursday from 9-4 Eastern time at 202-547-5586 or email me at Paul@BarnesReview.org, tell me your situation and I will get your information. I will then approach one of those generous people who has agreed to pay for as many subscription renewals he can afford for other subscribers.

On a sad note, two members of TBR’s Board of Contributing Editors have passed away. The first is Margaret Huffstickler, a talented vocalist and linguist who translated many articles from the great Catalan Revisionist Joaquin Bochaca among others that have appeared in TBR. Margaret died after a long and courageous battle with cancer. She is survived by her husband—translator and historian John de Nugent. I am sad also to tell you that the great German Revisionist Udo Walendy—the elder statesman of the Revisionist movement and a pioneering researcher and publisher— passed away after seven decades of truthtelling at the age of 95. The contributions of both of these allies will be sorely missed. The good news is that you have another edition of THE BARNES REVIEW just the turn of a page away. ❖ —PAUL ANGEL, Executive Editor

 


The Barnes Review

A JOURNAL OF POLITICALLY INCORRECT HISTORY

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2023 ❖ VOLUME XXIX ❖ NUMBER 1


TABLE OF CONTENTS

KRISTALLNACHT: ANTI-SEMITIC POGROM OR FALSE FLAG?

BY MARC ROLAND  The Night of Broken Glass, or Kristallnact as it’s known in German, is presented by Court Historians as a Nazi-backed and sponsored pogrom launched to exact revenge against the Jews for murdering a German diplomat. There is much more to the story, as Marc Roland explains in this article.

THE FATE OF HUNGARIAN JEWS AT AUSCHWITZ-BIRKENAU

BY JOHN WEAR, J.D.  What really happened to the hundreds of thousands of Hungarian Jews deported to Auschwitz during WWII? Outlandish claims made by establishment historians and organized Jewish groups are examined and refuted.

FRENCH REVISIONIST ARRESTED BY EUROPEAN THOUGHT POLICE

BY JÉRÔME BOURBON  Vincent Reynouard, a leading French Revisionist, was arrested once again, this time in Scotland. He currently faces extradition to France for his “thought crimes,” as French journalist and editor Jérôme Bourbon reports.

KILLING RIVAROL

BY RÉMI TREMBLAY  Rivarol, whose editor authored the previous article, is a leading French dissident and nationalist newspaper. Despite outrageous persecution by anti-free speech actors detemined to destroy the publication, Rivarol is still publishing, as Rémi Tremblay explains.

A LETTER TO MY NEPHEW

BY ANGELA WOYWOOD  Longtime TBR reader and subscriber Angela Woywood pens a genuine, heart-felt, and quite persuasive letter to her nephew in an attempt to unpack and clarify all the lies endlessly disseminated about WWII and the “evil Nazis.” Broaching these taboo topics is never an easy task, as readers well know.

ISRAEL’S SAMSON OPTION AND NUCLEAR WAR SCENARIOS

BY MARC ROLAND  The ongoing conflict in Ukraine, which ultimately pits the collective West against Russia and its allies, has increased the risk of all-out nuclear war to a level perhaps never seen before in history, including even the tense months of the Cuban missile crisis. Today, Israel continues to be a wildcard with its notso-secret nuclear arsenal and “Samson Option” nuclear policy, as Marc Roland explains.

ISRAEL DRIVING MULTIPLE ETHNIC CLEANSING OPERATIONS

BY ANTONIUS J. PATRICK   TBR’s Antonius J. Patrick reviews two critical books—The Disappearing People: The Tragic Fate of Christians in the Middle East by Stephen M. Rasche and The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine by Ilan Pappe. These books both, in their own way, detail how the Israelis are systematically wiping out religious “competition” in the Mideast.

FATHER JAMES KELLER AND THE CRUSADE AGAINST COMMUNISM

BY MIKE MAINS   Few are familiar with Father James Keller, an important American Catholic thinker, activist and early crusader against Communism. Researcher and author Mike Mains provides the background, significance, and legacy of Father Keller and his anti-Communist organization The Christophers.

REMEMBERING A GREAT HISTORIAN: A TRIBUTE TO UDO WALENDY

BY CAROLYN YEAGER  Longtime Revisionist Carolyn Yeager pays tribute to one of the most courageous and important Germany Revisionists in the post WWII era: the late Udo Walendy. Walendy was the author of multiple Revisionist works including Truth for Germany: The Guilt Question of the Second World War, Forged War Crimes and The Brainwashing of the German People.

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