The Barnes Review, July/August 2003

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VOLUME IX, NUMBER 4


Table of Contents

BARNES REVIEW CONFERENCE ROUNDUP

By Ralph Forbes. On June 22, TBR and American Free Press newspaper concluded their Fourth International Conference on Authentic History, Real News & the First Amendment. Speakers as diverse as Tom Kimmel and Sen. Mike Gravel gave presentations. Truth was told—right in the belly of the beast…

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    The Barnes Review, July-August 2003The Barnes Review, July/August 2003: I Was There When Robert F. Kennedy Died

    VOLUME IX, NUMBER 4


    Table of Contents

    BARNES REVIEW CONFERENCE ROUNDUP

    By Ralph Forbes. On June 22, TBR and American Free Press newspaper concluded their Fourth International Conference on Authentic History, Real News & the First Amendment. Speakers as diverse as Tom Kimmel and Sen. Mike Gravel gave presentations. Truth was told—right in the belly of the beast…

    THE MURDER OF ROBERT F. KENNEDY

    By Anonymous. Like everything else in the 1960s, the slaying of Robert F. Kennedy is subject to a flurry of lies and ungrounded speculation. Here, an actual witness to the assassination, still very much alive, provides a Revisionist view of the event that shook American politics in 1968…

    GENOCIDE IN INDIA

    By Stephen Martin. During the terrible reign of the British East India Company over India in the 19th century, the colonial government set up a wall of thorns, vines, stones and brush that was virtually impenetrable. Its purpose was to control all trade into and out of the hapless colony, a tariff policy so vile that 10 million Indi ans starved due to the massive food shortages it caused…

    100 YEARS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE

    By Tom Rose. Here is a powerful indictment of the Federal Reserve System of fractional-reserve banking. How is money created? Why does it matter? The author provides mainstream credentials to the endless battle against oligarchy, typified by the Fed…

    JOHANN HERDER & NATIONALISM

    By Dr. M. Raphael Johnson. The greatest of the early minds on nationalist political theory and history was Johann Herder, a Protestant pastor in Germany in the beginning of the 19th century. What Marx was to Marxism, Herder is to nationalism, and it is puzzling why more nationalists are not reading his material on the subject…

    LAWRENCE DENNIS APPEALS

    Introduction by Michael Collins Piper. In this powerful essay, the famous intellectual of nationalism, Lawrence Dennis, warns the West about the incessant drive of puny intellectuals and politicians to involve America in endless wars and foreign occupations. It is a perpetual cycle and Dennis argued in favor of eliminating the whole rotten cycle…

    WAR IS A RACKET

    By General Smedley Butler. U.S. Marine General Smedley Butler was no stranger to armed conflict having fought for his country as far back as the Spanish-American War. But this gutsy soldier was no fan of war, consistently exposing it for the racket it was—and still is. Perpetual war for perpetual peace aids only the bankers…

    GUERRILLA WAR!!

    By John Tiffany. A war against guerrillas is often unwinnable. This is what U.S. forces are finding out in Iraq. This is what the USSR found out in Afghanistan in the early 1980s. It is what most of us thought the U.S. had learned in Vietnam. Here is presented a historical perspective on guerrilla war and the exploits of “The Swamp Fox,” America’s first guerrilla tactician…

    SAMSON SHAKES THE PILLAR

    By Arnold Toynbee. Precious few realize that one of America’s most famous historians was no fan of Zionism in any form. Toynbee argued that American meddling in such a violent part of the globe as the Middle East was an absolute guarantee for endless wars, payoffs and the undying hatred of the rest of the world…

    THE FLY IN TRUMAN’S OINTMENT

    By Dr. Austin J. App. This article, written in 1946, was spiked by the mainstream even then. In it Dr. App, a prominent Revisionist and Ger man-American activist, blasted Tru man’s “Peace Points” for what they were: a gangster pact designed to enrich those in the “gang” and ignore the plight of WWII’s vanquished…

    HORTHY IN HIS OWN WORDS

    By Dr. M. Raphael Johnson. Admiral Nicholas Horthy, Hungarian regent after the Marxist Béla Kun terror, has been reviled by communists and globalists alike. In fact, he was an excellent leader who guided Hungary through a dangerous period in her history…

    THREE PRESIDENTS

    By Prof. Dr. Edmund Malnasi. Modern America, politically speaking, might be said to be the product of three powerful men, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Dwight D. Eisenhower. But who controlled them? Here, Hungarian professor Edmund Malnasi provides a solid introductory look at the major families that controlled the men who controlled the world…

    THE SUEZ CRISIS

    By John Summers. The demands of the arrogant Israelis that the Egyptian Air Force be annihilated almost brought about WWIII between the USSR and the U.S.A. As today in Iraq, Israel prefers other countries to dispense with nations who threaten her…

    LEON BLUM AND HITLER

    By Waffen SS General Leon Degrelle. As the French Marxist leader was financing the movement of weapons of war into Franco’s Spain to help the communists, Spain’s nationalist leader had no other choice than to approach anti-communist Adolf Hitler for assistance. This shoring up of Bolshevism in western Europe could not be tolerated…

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