The Barnes Review, May/June 2007

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VOLUME XIII, NUMBER 3


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ANCIENT ISRAEL: MYTH VS. REALITY

By John Tiffany, Most Americans were brought up to believe that in ancient times, kings such as David and Solomon of Israel ruled over mighty empires. Indeed, such beliefs are one of the major pillars upon which the modern state of Israel rests. But what if Israel never was more than a petty chieftainship? What if there never was a Temple of Solomon? Or a prophet named Moses? Or an Esther? And are the supposed accomplishments of the ancient Israelites noted by any other cultures? In this issue, TBR takes a close look at the historicity of ancient Israel…

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    The Barnes Review, May-June 2007The Barnes Review, May/June 2007: Fables of Ancient Israel Now Being Dissected

    VOLUME XIII, NUMBER 3


    Table of Contents

    ANCIENT ISRAEL: MYTH VS. REALITY

    By John Tiffany, Most Americans were brought up to believe that in ancient times, kings such as David and Solomon of Israel ruled over mighty empires. Indeed, such beliefs are one of the major pillars upon which the modern state of Israel rests. But what if Israel never was more than a petty chieftainship? What if there never was a Temple of Solomon? Or a prophet named Moses? Or an Esther? And are the supposed accomplishments of the ancient Israelites noted by any other cultures? In this issue, TBR takes a close look at the historicity of ancient Israel…

    THE ARAB HOLOCAUST TRAIN

    By Hesham Tillawi. The killing of Saddam Hussein is just another chapter in the never-ending book of Israel’s genocide of the Arab peoples. The establishment tells us we must believe it was the decision of the Iraqi government to hang their former ruler on the first day of Eid, a most important Muslim holy period, although anyone who knows about Islamic culture knows it is forbidden to execute anyone on that day. This proves once again that the establishment consists of a bunch of liars, as if we did not already know that. The Palestinian author explains that Zionist plotters decided years ago, before the war(s) against Iraq, that this nation was to be destroyed and carved up into relatively powerless statelets, to be controlled by the Zionist empire…

    JOSEF STALIN’S HATCHET MAN

    By Daniel W. Michaels. Known as “the Gloomy Demon” and the “Shark,” as well as by other such nicknames, Lev Mekhlis is perhaps the most prominent of all Josef Stalin’s gang of murderous goons. Like a grand inquisitor, the “Demon” went about sniffing out supposed “political enemies” of the psychopathic Red dictator so they could be tortured and snuffed out. It’s not a pleasant topic, but this is authentic history that is ignored by the establishment “court historians.”…

    FOILING STALIN; SAVING EUROPE

    By Daniel W. Michaels. Again TBR revisits one of the most crucial topics of 20th-century history: the little-known, long unreported fact that Josef Stalin was planning the conquest of all of Europe, and that he was only stopped in his evil scheme by the preemptive attack orchestrated by Hitler and called Operation Barbarossa. This time, we have an establishment historian breaking ranks with his fellows and confirming what we have been telling readers for years now…

    HITLER’S BARRIER AGAINST STALIN

    By Joaquin Bochaca. Hitler did his best to save not only western Europe from Stalinistic expansionism, but also eastern and southeastern Europe. Too bad Britain and America were hornswoggled into preventing him from doing so. Millions of Europeans died or were trapped behind the Iron Curtain for decades as a result of Western perfidy and stupidity…

    THE SIEGE OF BUDAPEST

    By Gustav Veres. Heroic Hungarian nationalists gave their all trying to stop the Red Army rampage through their nation’s capital. Everyone knew that failure to stop “the Mongol hordes” meant wanton looting, the mass violation of Hungarian womenfolk, mass executions and, for many, forced labor with survival improbable. The savages may have won the day, but the fame of these Hungarian patriots will live forever…

    AXIS SPY SAYS TOP NAZIS ESCAPED

    By Harry Cooper. Everyone knows Hitler perished in the Berlin Bunker and that Hitler’s No. 2 man, Martin Bormann, died in a fire fight with Allied forces, right? Well get ready for a barnburner and one of the most controversial stories ever to appear in the pages of TBR. Several impeccable sources maintain that Martin Bormann and Adolf Hitler did not perish in Berlin but were spirited away to South America, with Hitler leaving against his will—drugged by fanatical Nazis who wanted the Reich to re-locate and survive. What is the truth on this subject?…

    POLITICALLY INCORRECT MONUMENT

    By John Nugent. One proud veteran of the Waffen-SS has seen fit to set up a veritable shrine dedicated not only to the U.S. Constitution and the Founding Fathers, but also “the hero of World War II.” What makes this “Hitler Memorial,” as friends and critics alike call it, so unique is that it is located in the most American location you could imagine, a small town in Wisconsin. Needless to say, Theodor Jünker has taken some heat from the likes of Time and Newsweek, who have implied this courageous WWII veteran is a war criminal simply because he wore the uniform of the Waffen-SS. What could motivate a man to withstand heaps of abuse from such well-funded mainstream publishers?…

    HITLER—THE LADIES’ MAN?

    By Gen. Leon Degrelle. One Romanian princess claimed that when she met Hitler, sparks flew from his fingertips and she felt a discernible “shock.” But she said it wasn’t a pleasant experience. Surprisingly though, Hitler—painfully shy around the fairer sex—enthralled thousands of women across the globe. Some, after learning Hitler was already married to his nation, were driven to the point of suicide out of unrequited love for this unlikely lady’s man…

    HARDIN: FUGITIVE FROM INJUSTICE

    By Gary Lee Yarbrough. You always hear about such famous “Wild and Wooly West” shootists as Wyatt Earp and so on, but except locally the most illustrious gunfighter the West ever knew gets very little mention—until now, in TBR. His name is John Wesley Hardin, and unlike the others, he did not go about shooting unarmed men. Instead, Hardin was willing to take on groups of men all armed with rifle and pistol all by himself—and still emerge victorious.

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