Congratulations! We’ve been learning a thing or two from Donald Trump and have negotiated an amazing deal with a Friend of ours at The Barnes Review on your behalf.
We asked if our supporters and TradWorker members could receive some kind of promotional offer from The Barnes Review, an esteemed revisionist publication which has been cutting through the bias and distortions to get to the historical truth for decades. Despite maintaining rigorous scholarly standards and following the truth whichever direction it may lead, it’s been endorsed by the Southern Poverty Law Center as “one of the most virulent anti-Semitic organizations around.”
Perhaps, …but only because real history is virulently anti-Semitic!
The Barnes Review’s One-Year Offer is a bargain, including three incredible books and a great pamphlet. You’ll receive, “Russia and the Jews,” a summary of Nobel Laureate Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s observations on the Jewish Question in Russia, “The Hungarian Terror: Bela Kun Strangles a Nation,” by Dr. Ed Fields, “The Third Rome: Holy Russia, Tsarism and Orthodoxy,” by our very own Orthodox Nationalist Fr. Raphael Johnson, and “A Straight Look at the Second World War,” a must-read pamphlet by the late Willis Carto.
All of that would be more than worth it for a mere $46, but you also get the annual subscription to the magazine, too!
But wait, there’s more!
If you go all in with their Two-Year Offer to our supporters, you’ll receive everything in the first year’s offer and also an annual subscription to American Free Press (the last truly conservative American newspaper left standing), “Russian Populist: The Political Thought of Vladimir Putin,” by Fr. Raphael Johnson, “Escape from the Bunker: The Escape of Adolf Hitler and Martin Bormann,” by Harry Cooper, “Rebel Wisdom: The Speeches, Quotes and Sayings of Prominent Confederates,” “The Dartmoor Massacre,” “The Mysterious Megaliths of New England,” “The Maxims of Napoleon,” and “Ways That Are Dark: The Truth about China.”
This is the best price they’ve ever offered, and this is almost certainly the best deal The Barnes Review has ever offered. Not only will you be receiving a veritable library if you take advantage of this deal, you’ll also have the satisfaction of knowing that your investment is helping support the most hard-hitting historical inquiry in the English-speaking world. Take my word for it: You do not want to miss the research and reporting in the pipeline for the next few issues.