Category Archives: The Barnes Review

Holocaust denier Germar Rudolf spreads hate from Pennsylvania

Holocaust denier Germar Rudolf is back in the United States, reporting on his website that he is living with his wife somewhere in Pennsylvania. He had kept a low profile for a while as he wrangled out legal complications preventing … Continue reading

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Let’s read “The Barnes Review” (March/April 2011) – contd

Continuing our roundup of the March/April 2011 issue of The Barnes Review… Deanna Spingola writes a meandering article with an extensive bibliography about “false flag” operations, which are defined as frame-ups in which a government orchestrates a violent tragedy (or … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-Semitism, Carolyn Yeager, Dan Michaels, Daniel W. Michaels, Deanna Spingola, Gene Flinter, Holocaust denial, Joaquin Bochaca, John Tiffany, Marc Roland, The Barnes Review, Wilhelm Mann | 2 Comments

Let’s read “The Barnes Review” (March/April 2011)

I just obtained the latest issue of The Barnes Review, a white nationalist and holocaust-denying publication produced by Willis Carto. Let’s crack it open and see what’s inside. The cover story is about Walt Disney. Paul Angel (TBR’s Managing Editor) and … Continue reading

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