The Barnes Review, July/August 2013: The Legacy of John Sevier
VOLUME XIX, NUMBER 4
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By John Tiffany. During America’s Revolutionary War era, John Sevier was known as the “Hero of the Battle of Kings Mountain.” He was also the governor of America’s little-known “14th colony,” the Free Republic of Franklin. Though seven of the original 13 colonies voted to admit it into the union, subterfuge denied “Franklin” its statehood.
A REAL HISTORY OF AMERICAN TERROR
By Christopher J. Petherick. Today, the mainstream media is so good at working with the U.S. government to scare us all into accepting a total Police State that we sometimes forget the real terrorism our nation has experienced in the past. Here AMERICAN FREE PRESS executive editor Christopher J. Petherick recounts some less-well-known but still horrific terrorist events in U.S. history that dwarf today’s “terror.”
ONE MAD ACT OR COUP D’ETAT?
By Philip Rife. Everyone knows John Wilkes Booth killed Abraham Lincoln nearly 150 years ago. But was it really a much wider plot to decapitate the U.S. government? And who else might have been involved? Author Philip Rife brings us up to speed.
CANARIS—BEFORE HE WAS A TRAITOR
Translated by Peter Strahl. Adm. Wilhelm Canaris has gone down in history books in most of the Western world as a great patriot; the man who brought down Hitler. But to those in the know, Canaris was the worst kind of traitor, funneling information to the Allies that resulted in the deaths of tens of thousands. But before he was a traitor, he had a fascinating career of which few are even aware.
HOLOCAUST EYEWITNESSES RELIABLE?
By John Wear. Elie Wiesel, Simon Wiesenthal and Viktor Frankl are looked upon by the mainstream as heroes of the holocaust; three “victims” who survived to tell their tales. But can their testimonies be believed at all? Are they just frauds?
A LETTER ON THE HOLOCAUST . . .
By Vera Stark. One German woman is fed up with the lies and guilt foisted upon her children and grandchildren by the establishment in regard to the “horrors” of the holocaust. Reproduced here is the letter she has sent to her loved ones correcting the historical record on “the holocaust.”
THE BOOK THEY TRIED TO KILL
By Abdallah Melaouhi. When courageous Tunisian caregiver Abdallah Melaouhi tried to tell the true story of the death of imprisoned top Nazi Rudolf Hess, he was slandered, defamed and punished. Here is the story of how the powers that be tried to ensure his book was never published.
PRIEST SPEAKS OUT ABOUT SYRIA
Interview With Fr. Elias Zahlawi. Were you to get your news from the mainstream media, you’d never know the truth about the situation in Syria. The controlled press portrays President Bashar al-Assad as a maniacal killer. Here a beloved Syrian Catholic priest tells us the truth about Syria from a Christian perspective.
A REVISIONIST HISTORY OF CATALONIA
By Joaquin Bochaca. Famed Catalonian Revisionist scholar Joaquin Bochaca offers us the authentic history of his homeland and why, today, this ancient region wants to break away from its Spanish overlords.
KELTIC FINGERPRINT ON OLD AMERICA
By Frank Joseph. Proof exists if one is willing to look for it that ancient cultures visited America long before even the Vikings. Here TBR examines some interesting evidence in regard to the possibility that the Kelts were among those early explorers.
EUROPEANS BATTLE CULTURE DISTORTERS
By Peter Strahl. For a generation at least, multiculturalists have been pushing laws and programs designed to turn Europe into a mixed-race society. But many across the continent are standing up and fighting back.
FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE:
Personal from the Editor · Editorial: Scareorrism · The amazing life of John Sevier · Guantanamo Bay back then · History You May Have Missed · Book Review: Rudolf Hess · Massacre of Christians in Syria · The perpetual warmongers · Letters to the Editor
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