The Barnes Review, July/August 2011

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VOLUME XVII, NUMBER 4


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ENIGMATIC ARMENIAN MEGALITHIC SITE

By Frank Joseph. On an isolated Armenian hilltop, till recently nearly forgotten and ignored by the world, is an observatory that may be the oldest on Earth. Among its unique features are sighting holes drilled through the megaliths and trained (thousands of years ago) on various stars and planets. Who built it and why?…

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    VOLUME XVII, NUMBER 4


     Table of Contents


     ENIGMATIC ARMENIAN MEGALITHIC SITE

    By Frank Joseph. On an isolated Armenian hilltop, till recently nearly forgotten and ignored by the world, is an observatory that may be the oldest on Earth. Among its unique features are sighting holes drilled through the megaliths and trained (thousands of years ago) on various stars and planets. Who built it and why?…

    THE ORIGIN & MEANING OF THE SWASTIKA

    By Jason Salyers. Is it “good luck” if the swastika spins one way, and “bad luck” if it spins the opposite way? And is this symbol something peculiar to the Germans or the Nazis? Is it symbolic of evil, as the court historians say? Here is the truth about this now-controversial motif, dating back to the Old Stone Age…

    CAPT. KIDD—GENTLEMAN PIRATE?

    By William White. Viewed by most folks as another Blackbeard type, who buried stolen treasure on some desert island, William Kidd was dealt a bad hand by fate and was really more of a patsy than a villain. If anything, his mistake was being too much of a “straight arrow” for his own good…

    SINISTER SECRETS OF GERMANY’S U-505

    By Marc Roland. A submarine of great historical importance, U-505, captured by the U.S. Navy, is on display in Chicago for all to see. After all it went through, it is amazing this ship isn’t sitting in Davy Jones’s locker. But is the submarine haunted by the memory of a murdered captain, alleged to have committed suicide?…

    WHO REALLY SET THE REICHSTAG FIRE…

    By Peter Wainwright. “Everyone knows” Adolf Hitler ordered the Reichstag— his own parliament building—burned to the ground so he could take control of Germany. At least that’s what we hear all the time. The court historians tell us it was a classic “false flag” operation, where the Nazis tried to blame it on someone else so Hitler could grab total power, just like the U.S. government pulled off 9/11 as an inside job and blamed it on al Qaeda. But wait, there’s a fly in the ointment…

    THE EPIC BATTLE FOR THE BAY OF PIGS

    By Humberto Fontava. The establishment wants you to believe the Cuban émigrés who invaded the Bay of Pigs were a bunch of bunglers. It may surprise you to learn that these young men fought like tigers. But their effort to liberate Cuba from the toils of Communism was thwarted by the highest levels of the U.S. government. There’s more to this battle than we have been told…

    ZIONISM VS. COMMUNISM IN THE USSR

    By Daniel W. Michaels. A key year in the history of the USSR was 1937, for that is when the struggle was finally decided between two competing forms of Communism: the nationalistic imperialism of Josef Stalin against the Zionist imperialism of Leon Trotsky. Both wanted to conquer the world, but one was for the gentiles and the other was for the Jews. It was a fight to the death…

    WWII & THE BATTLE FOR SILESIA

    By Rudy Pawelka. Most Americans could not even find Upper Silesia on a globe, but this small European region was much contested between Poland and Germany. The monumental struggle over who should oversee this area was a key trigger leading up to the worst war the world has ever known. Here’s the truth about the ignored plebiscite and the ensuing chaos that engulfed Silesia…

    MAINSTREAM MYTHS ABOUT LIBYA

    By James Petras. It is supposed to be a humanitarian intervention that Barack Obama and NATO have launched in North Africa, but how come they are bombing to bits such places as a school for children suffering from Downs syndrome? Here are six of the biggest myths about the invasion of this country, which never posed a threat to anyone, except maybe the bankers…

    A HISTORY OF HOLOCAUST REVISIONISM

    By Willis A. Carto. Willis Carto, the publisher of TBR, was in on the ground floor as holocaust Revisionism was starting up. Here is an insider’s view of the history of the world’s most important history movement. In it you’ll meet many real heroes of our time…

    Featured in this issue: Personal from the Editor · Editorial: Government Patsies · A short history of Hayastan · Swastikas around the world · Lincoln’s views on the Negroes · Secret agreement of pirate hunters · History You May Have Missed · Book Review: The White Republic · Letters to the Editor · Revisionism on the Front Lines

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