Articles by Kevin Barrett

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God Exists, the Rest Is Speculation
Kevin Barrett – Unz Review, 24 Jul 2017

God Exists but Gawd Does Not is important precisely because it can cut through biases and convince open-minded atheists and agnostics that, based on the best available logic and evidence, God’s existence is far more likely than not. And while spreading not just belief, but knowledge of God’s existence might or might not save the world, Griffin ends the book with a postscript featuring convincing arguments that it could be helpful.

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Bestselling Revisionist Historian: Germany Was Just a Patsy!
Kevin Barrett – The Unz Review, 17 Jul 2017

Peter Frankopan’s The Silk Roads: A New History of the World shows why we need to re-vision history. The word revisionist derives from roots meaning “to look again.” And since history is an ongoing project, whose main purpose is to help us understand where we have come from and where we are going, we obviously need to keep taking fresh looks at the past as we propose new visions of the future.

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Google Wipes Palestine Off the Map
Kevin Barrett | Veterans Today – TRANSCEND Media Service, 30 May 2016

After Googling around, I have discovered that when you ask what time it is in any country on earth, Google tells you – right there in that prominently-placed box above the search results. Except Palestine. Google is apparently part of the Zionist entity dedicated to wiping Palestine off the map. The only “Palestine” Google knows is a town in Texas.

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Debunking the War on Terror!!!
Dr. Kevin Barrett – TRANSCEND Media Service, 5 Jul 2010

The forthcoming “Debunking the War on Terror” symposium in London brings together four of the most outspoken and eloquent challengers to the Zio-American imperial order that has emerged post-September 11th. While most of the left and antiwar movements have chosen to remain “loyal opposition,” each of these four individuals has gone one step further, by challenging the very roots of the mainstream Western consensus and accepting the physical, professional or intellectual exile that ensues. If the consensus is starting to shift, it is due in large part to such bold challenges as these.

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