The Barnes Review, March/April 2015: Putin: Man of the Year
VOLUME XXI, NUMBER 2
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By Matthew Raphael Johnson, PH.D. Fifteen years ago the author was talking about an emerging star in Russia by the name of Vladimir Putin. Few if any had even heard of him. Our critics said, “This man is no hero. He’s a dyed-in-the-wool Communist. An aggressor. A schemer. A flash in the pan.” How wrong they were and how prescient Dr. Johnson truly was. Turns out Vladimir Putin is a true nationalist and perhaps the only man who can stop the NWO in its tracks.
THE BIGGEST FALSE FLAG OF THEM ALL
By Vaughn Klingenberg. The author is well versed on subjects “holocaustian,” having written a well-received book on the subject entitled The Big Lie. But in this article, Vaughn abandons the usual approach to the subject of whether or not the “holocaust” could have been carried out, and focuses instead on why Jewish leaders seemingly worked to exacerbate the death toll in the work camps from disease and starvation, and how this benefited the Zionist movement.
GERMANY’S ZEPPELIN WAR: THE TRUTH
By Marc Roland. The continuing anniversary of World War I has resulted in a barrage of fallacious mainstream propaganda on the subject. One of these was a Public Broadcasting special alleging the Germans unleashed their zeppelin fleet on the hapless citizens of Europe to terrorize the Allies into submission by targeting women and children. In this article, however, we get a different take on the Zeppelin war, its real causes and the true death toll.
THE NIGHT THEY NUKED PORT CHICAGO
By Philip Rife. On July 17, 1944, a massive explosion rocked the munitions-loading depot at Port Chicago, Calif.—a major center for the U.S. Navy used for sending war materiel to the Pacific theater. The unimaginable scale of the destruction, plus some strange documents found years later in a yard sale, have led some researchers to speculate that the explosion was caused by a nuclear device. Here is the whole strange story of the event that eventually led to desegregation in the U.S. military.
NAPOLEON VS. THE BANKERS
By Joaquin Bochaca. Napoleon Bonaparte, says Spanish Revisionist Joaquin Bochaca, was a true patriot who tried to free France from the shackles of the rapacious international Money Powers. And, for a time, he did, until the combined might of the British empire and the Rothschild banking dynasty ensured his downfall—and, inevitably, that of Europe.
THE REAL THURGOOD MARSHALL
By William A. White. Political correctness prevents an honest discussion of the career of the first Negro Supreme Court justice in American history. But, thankfully, TBR is not politically correct. Here, Bill White discusses the facts and myths of a man who has been been foisted on the Black community as a culture hero. Does Marshall deserve the praise?
A PILGRIMAGE TO WEIMAR
By R.W. West. In 1924, German philosopher Oswald Spengler traveled to Weimar to honor another great German philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche. Just 20 years later, in 1944—in the waning days of World War II—yet another German philosopher, Alfred Rosenberg, made a trip to Weimar, also to honor Nietzsche. Both men spoke, offering their own unique thoughts about Germany and the times in which they lived. But so much had changed for Germany, Europe and the world in that mere 20 years.
THE RED ARMY WARTIME LEADERSHIP
By Daniel W. Michaels. Was the Soviet Union totally surprised by Adolf Hitler’s Operation Barbarossa? Historians now know the Russians were well aware of German troop movements to the east. So just what accounted for the amazing early successes of the German armies, and what finally stopped them?
FINANCIAL GENIUS SAVES GERMANY
Translated By Mike Strobach. In our last issue, Cassian D’Ornellas briefly described the Hitler-Feder financial plan that lifted Germany from the throes of financial ruin. In this issue, we cover this plan more in depth. Is there an economic lesson in it for our leaders today?
FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE:
Personal/Editorial: I am NOT Charlie Hebdo • Putin’s historic deal saves Russia • Greatest economic implosion ever • The death of Heinrich Mathy • Napoleon and the Jews • Reflections on Zimbabwe • History You May Have Missed • The anatomy of bigotry • Letters to the Editor.
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