The Barnes Review, March-April 2011

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VOLUME XVII, NUMBER 2


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WALT DISNEY: HE WAS NO ‘MICKEY MOUSE’

By Merlin Miller. He experienced failures and even bankruptcy as a young man, but thanks to his tenacity and abundant talent, Walt Disney hung in there to become a great icon of American creativity. Read more about Disney’s struggle to create a powerful and inspirational movie company, and the constant attempts of the culture distorters to gain control of his creations…

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    The Barnes Review, March-April 2011The Barnes Review, March-April 2011: Walt Disney: The Man And His Work

    VOLUME XVII, NUMBER 2


    Table of Contents


    WALT DISNEY: HE WAS NO ‘MICKEY MOUSE’

    By Merlin Miller. He experienced failures and even bankruptcy as a young man, but thanks to his tenacity and abundant talent, Walt Disney hung in there to become a great icon of American creativity. Read more about Disney’s struggle to create a powerful and inspirational movie company, and the constant attempts of the culture distorters to gain control of his creations…

    FALSE FLAG OPERATIONS IN U.S. HISTORY 

    By Deanna Spingola. The War of 1812 may have been the last war America got into for legitimate reasons. After that, wars were manufactured by agitators and operatives here at home. Other countries have pulled the same kind of shenanigans, including Israel. Some of these false flags you’ve probably heard about; others may come as a surprise to many readers…

    CARGOES OF CONFLICT: MISSILE CRISIS 

    By Michael Bradley. There is a lot more to the socalled Cuban Missile Crisis than you have ever heard to date. Here is a shocking, exclusive report to BARNES REVIEW readers on this bizarre piece of political theater…

    WILL THE WORLD REALLY END IN 2012? 

    By Gene Flinter. New Agers point to the Mayan Calendar (actually handed down from the even more ancient Olmecs) as indicating momentous events set to happen in 2012, which these civilizations somehow knew about thousands of years in advance; and so did the Egyptians, we are told. Should we all run off to the mountains and hunker down in a cave?…

    SURPRISING ORIGINS OF EUROPEAN MAN 

    By Marc Roland. Germans were feeling quite demoralized after losing what was then known as the Great War (World War I as we now call it). But luckily along came the “Study Society for Primordial Intellectual History, German Ancestral Heritage” and discovered that Germany (and nearby regions) was the original homeland of modern European man…

    MUTINOUS MILITIAS IN THE REVOLUTION 

    By John Tiffany. The troops were getting frantic as the War for American Independence dragged on and on, with little or no pay and all sorts of other hardships including starvation and abominable housing. Finally they felt there was nothing they could do but mutiny. Here is how a desperate situation was brought under control by the heroic commanders “Mad Anthony” Wayne and Gen. George Washington…

    GERMANY AFTER STALINGRAD 

    By Carolyn Yeager & Wilhelm Mann–part 1. The Battle of Volgograd (or Stalingrad as the city was called at the time) was a key turning point in the War to Save the West from Communism, or World War II. Unfortunately, Germany lost that battle, badly. Yet Hitler kept saying to himself, “we will win the war.” Was he delusional or just keeping a stiff upper lip?…

    HE MIGHT HAVE BEEN THE NEXT FUEHRER 

    By Carolyn Yeager & Wilhelm Mann. Hans Ulrich Rudel, one of Germany’s top aces of World War II, had many amazing exploits flying Stukas and other warplanes against the enemies of Germany. Adolf Hitler saw him as the man to take over leadership of the whole country whenever Hitler himself might be ready to retire. And Rudel, the most highly decorated serviceman in the German military, had everything you’d want from a potential Fuehrer.

    THE ALLIES & THE LAWS OF WAR 

    By Joaquin Bochaca. Not only were the atrocities committed by the Allies more horrible by far than the acts of the Axis in World War II, but in an “advance to barbarism,” the British, in particular, went so far as to institutionalize and codify their practices of torture…

    INSIDE THE COURT OF THE ‘RED TSAR’ 

    By Daniel W. Michaels. A remarkable insider’s view of the goings on in Moscow under Communist dictator and mass murderer Josef Stalin, and the vicious and quirky “magnates” with which he surrounded himself. Here you’ll see Beria, Molotov, Mekhlis et al. “without their makeup”…

    Features: Personal from the Editor · Editorial: The Work of All Ages · Commentary: What Would Walt Think? · False Flag 1967: Attack on the Liberty · History You May Have Missed · Letters to the Editor ·

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