Dishonest Abe vs. Our Founding Father
By Chuck Baldwin
Today kids in school are taught that Abe Lincoln was our greatest president, or so the teachers say. But how does Old Abe hold up when compared with Washington? Indeed there are superficial similarities but there is no comparison. The great man is clearly George, while Abe is the big-government socialist…
Lincoln: Father of Our Modern Nation?
By Alex Perry Jr.
Who is the real father of our country? To answer that, we must first determine what our country is. If it is America, then it’s George Washington. But if it is Amerika, with a “k,” a nation of sheeple with no real rights, “Jackleg Abe” is your man. (“Jackleg” is an old-fashioned word for dishonest, so it suits Abe Lincoln to a T.)…
The ‘Un-Civil War’ About Freedom
By Prof. Ray Goodwin
We often hear the so-called Civil War was fought over slavery. The North wanted to free the Negro slaves, while the South wanted to keep them in servitude as mere chattels. Yet, the fact is, slavery was in the process of dying out anyway, and even had the South had not a single slave Lincoln would still have launched his war. Follow the money, as the wise man says…
When Venice Ruled the Waves
By Grace Eki-Oyama
The black nobility of Venice, so called because of their evil, Kabalistic ways, not only invented modern slavery but modern piracy as well. Venice itself fell to Napoleon’s armies, but meanwhile their ideas spread to such seemingly unlikely places as Holland and inspired the rise of robber barons all over the world…
Egypt in Americas Before Columbus
By Gunnar Thompson
A highly respected archeologist says dozens of corncobs depicted in ancient Egyptian artwork and elsewhere in the Old World are just part of the evidence that proves that someone was sailing between Egypt and the Americas some 4,000 years before Christopher Columbus…
TBR Interviews Carlo Mattogno
By the TBR Staff
The great Italian historical Revisionist Carlo Mattogno grants a rare interview to TBR. Mattogno, the author of numerous scholarly investigations on “the holocaust,” rarely gives interviews and we are honored…
Auschwitz: The First Gassing
Book Review By Prof. Ray Goodwin
Carlo Mattogno’s latest book tells of the laughable absurdities in one aspect of the Holocaustian mythology. The poor Holocaustians can’t seem to get their story straight. There are, it turns out, more contradictions in the saga of the first gassing at Auschwitz than Carter has liver pills…
THE ‘Doubting Thomas’ Bishop
By Michael Hoffman
The thought police are hounding a distinguished man of the cloth. Funny thing, but Christian leaders no longer need to believe in Christ. But they must believe in the holocaust, or they had better watch out…
Letter to the Pope From Leon Degrelle
By Waffen SS Gen. Leon Degrelle
Belgian hero Leon Degrelle, as a good Catholic, felt it his duty to warn Pope John-Paul II that going to Auschwitz was walking into a trap, and advises the pontiff in a humorous way of how ridiculous the claims of the Holocaustians are…
FDR Planned Sneak Attack on Japan
By George Kadar
FDR claimed the Japanese were perfidious when they attacked Pearl Harbor with no warning, although he knew they were coming. But what he did not talk about was his even more perfidious plan to sneak attack and bomb civilians in Nagasaki, Osaka and Tokyo from Flying Tiger bases in China before the “Japs” ever thought about Pearl Harbor…
Bomb Plot to Kill Hitler Fails
By Carolyn Yeager & Wilhelm Mann
Adolf Hitler had more lives than a cat, surviving something like 50 attempts to assassinate him. Here begins the saga of the best-known bungled murder attempt, the famous July 20, 1944, “Valkyrie” briefcase-bomb bid that has been the subject of a recent—and twisted—Hollywood production with Scientologist Tom Cruise as the leading man. First of two installments straight from the personal diary of Hermann Giesler, a close confidant of the Fuehrer…
Reflections on Martin Bormann
By Hermann Giesler
Many people found it difficult to deal with Adolf Hitler’s personal secretary, Martin Bormann. Even Hermann Giesler, one of Hitler’s favorite architects and a confidant, was often at odds with Bormann. But one thing no one seemed to doubt was Bormann’s loyalty to the Fuehrer.
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