Barnabas Nagy YT channel: opinions

KorbenDallas

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I was just wondering what the general opinion was on the videos produced by the Barnabas Nagy Youtube Channel.


Personally, I used to enjoy the videos when the channel was just getting started. Then my interest was diminished due to a multitude of reasons, including content (at this point not too many new topics with most being strikingly familiar), and the commercial side of things. The gentleman is very personable though.
 

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The problem with people like him is that they focus on making money with this stuff, but the monetary system is ultimately a weapon of evil, destroying what's really important. It's about percieved scarcity. So truth becomes a product, instead of a living process to share openly. The more money he makes with this, the more he becomes dependent on delivering stuff, but the good YT channels already ran out of things to talk about. Although I'm fine with someone making money, it's a double-edged sword. He should publish his book transparently, for example on amazon, if he is confident in the content.

He's selling a book before even written.

He is drawing from content on stolenhistory.org while not giving credit.

He is mindlessly using the term Tartarian for stuff that isn't Tartarian.

He is pushing the electricity meme with absolute certainty without any evidence.
 
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He is a detriment to the field. His research is bottom-feeder, at best. He is very, hmm... I think what I want to call him is, a little wet behind the ears. I don't believe he has traveled much of the world for as much as he so easily passes judgement on cities of said world. I cringe. I can't get more than 5 minutes into any of his videos. I want to because like most, I love to look at pictures and he does a great job at... showing pictures.

He claims everything is a mud flood example. Dirt roads? Mud flood. Basement windows? 100% proof Mud flood. Map from 1585 that shows this small mound that could be a big pile of dirt? Conclusive Mud flood.

He throws around the word "tartarian" as if he thinks it actually means something specific. And not to go off on another tangent, but not one bit of evidence actually shows tartarian people in these tartarian buildings. Go to Russia, the land of the Tartarians and even the hardcore stolenhistory buffs over there will tell you that it's not Tartarian architecture, it's Russian. We have no true example of what "tartarian architecture" even looks like. In fact, the housing we have been shown seems to be huts and teepes.

And oh my, the latest one from the other day where he goes on for almost 17 hours showing every detail from these pictures of people on a NJ beach at the turn of the 20th century and how these people have never seen water before or swam in it and they were just dropped off from a ship so they were sitting around in the sand getting sandy and how no person in their right mind would NOT bring a beach towel. Lack of beach towels is his proof that the beach itself was invented by a previous civilization (casino and hotel included) and that these people were absolutely confused about what was going on and where the heck they were. FFS.

Ugh, anyway, I also watched one of his videos where he plays guitar. Every one in the comment section is just glowing with "you are awesome" and "wow, you can really wank on your guitar chillfam420". I'll leave those comments and his music in your hands to judge. He has a guitar.

To wrap it up and I hope I'm not being overly negative here, but he is doing us all a disservice and I have expressed this with him before. It's garbage research and now I think he is selling coffee mugs and t-shirts with shirts that most likely just say "MUD FLOOD" and "GRAND TARTARIE".

on edit: lol, I just noticed you posted the beach towel video. It's a hoot!
 
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Just skimmed a few if his videos.

Kudos for him having the balls to take stuff which is already outthere on a mulitude of better channels and passing it off like he has done the real research.

Anyone with half a brain sell can bang together some merchandise, good money if you can get it.

His channel however is a good example of how easy it is to fool people who think they are waking up! Comments on his videos show mainstream level brainwashing.

Might be a nice guy, but for me hes just another who has figured out how to monetize the work of others.
 

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Watching his introduction video to the channel where he insults the people who donate money to him ("you have no idea how this works, there is no way you don't have 10$ to spare if you live in the west"), threatening to delete his channel if not enough money comes in, it looks like he asks for not being taken seriously. He's obsessed with himself, saying he is basically the only guy in the world who can connect the dots, demanding to be supported. If he's really in for the money he will be gone soon, as it is even impossible to live on 100k subscribers nowadays.
 

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Watching his introduction video to the channel where he insults the people who donate money to him ("you have no idea how this works, there is no way you don't have 10$ to spare if you live in the west"), threatening to delete his channel if not enough money comes in, it looks like he asks for not being taken seriously. He's obsessed with himself, saying he is basically the only guy in the world who can connect the dots, demanding to be supported. If he's really in for the money he will be gone soon, as it is even impossible to live on 100k subscribers nowadays.
Wow, such a hubristic chap, that man Barnabas Nagy. Maybe he'll become humble after reading this thread.
 

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I stopped bothering with watching his videos after most of his 'arguments' boiled down to pointing out the official recorded history and saying "fake" or "come on". He could do with some of the investigative spirit found by prominent members of this forum, who actually draw inferences, join the dots, and make sound conclusions.

That being said I do kind of want some stolenhistory merch, though its still pretty niche at the moment and custom print clothing is kind of limited in presenting actual evidence for an alternate history. It's more for the approval/recognition of those who already know about it.

But hey, maybe he will read this thread and take our criticisms on board for his next videos.
 

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I like the fact that he's out there putting pictures up and making people ask questions but I don't necessarily like all of his conclusions.

What I'd love to see is a Joseph Farrell or David Irving or someone with experience and contacts in research and a publisher. Catherine Austin Fits(?) or even Graham Hancock, if he'd get off that self-imposed dating system he clings to. I don't believe his previous civilizations are as far back in history as he does. It's almost willful at this point.
 

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All great points being made in this thread. I found him interesting at first but with the constant self promotion and reducing one single photo to a 8 minute 'research' video is too much.

I think too many people have listened to Martin Liedtke (flat earth british) and think they can copy his formula. For all of his criticisms Martin is extremely knowledgeable about former empires, geography & seemingly all things Tartaria and ancient tech.
 

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I've partially watched a video of his about Australian history. I couldn't stand how ridiculous his commentary was so I had to stop. Down voted it as well.
 

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"come on guys"
"just look at that"
"I mean just wow"
i find he goes on and on and on about pretty mundane photographs, and doesn't seem to ever make any conclusive points.. i do like some of his vids and he does present a wide array of information, just don't quite agree he's doing it in the right way (for me at least)..
[see that north korean hotel one starting with a clearly shooped image :rolleyes: ]

Trying to present other peoples' ideas and theories as facts to a (probably) less well studied audience is potentially gonna cause harm to the search for truth, band wagon jumpers and all of that... then again, if it does inspire a few folks to really get deep down them rabbit holes, we might have a nice increase in genuine truth seekers..?
i think there's a line where you have people who want to disbelieve the mainstream, but are willing to believe anything that presents and alternate view, and they're the people who love barnabas, leidke (some of his research is fantastic mind!), etc, without question anything further! then on the other side of that line, you have the people who question everything and are unwilling to believe anything at face value... i like it here :)

not all mud is mud flood, not all basement windows are mud flood, not all grand architecture is tartarian.

our ancestors were so physically skillful and the designs were highly sophisticated and executed with great precision. we are in a totally different civilization to theirs and it's quite easy to see those acheivments of the past as "lost" knowledge (some of it really is, as it became defunct/ obsolete to think/design/build in those ways), but it's not neccessarily proof of a lost advanced culture!
 

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I am quite convinced he follows this thread

Still being resistant to critique is an obvious symptom of megalomania

“Must resist no matter what! They are wrong! I am right!”
 

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So... he needs the following things from *volunteers*:

- Someone to help him decide where he should house his website
- Someone to set up his website for him
- Someone to proofread his website copy
- Someone to translate the things he is researching
- Someone to help him with his "links", be his content manager
- Someone to moderate his comments since he has now gone viral
- Someone to buy his short sleeved shirts from his spring sale

And just a couple questions about shirts, maybe you guys can help me out also... a) Why would anyone wear a shirt that just says "Fake History". 2) Why would anyone wear a shirt that just says "Give me a 🖕Break". iii) Why would anyone wear a shirt that just says "Current Year i1019"?
 
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So... he needs the following things from *volunteers*:

- Someone to help him decide where he should house his website
- Someone to set up his website for him
- Someone to proofread his website copy
- Someone to translate the things he is researching
- Someone to help him with his "links", be his copy manager
- Someone to moderate his comments since he has now gone viral
- Someone to buy his short sleeved shirts from his spring sale

And just a couple questions about shirts, maybe you guys can help me out also... a) Why would anyone wear a shirt that just says "Fake History". 2) Why would anyone wear a shirt that just says "Give me a 🖕Break". iii) Why would anyone wear a shirt that just says "Current Year i1019"?
I liked the i1019 one as I imagine being asked questions about it, the others not so much. He has plenty of likes below his videos so there are appreciative people out there.

To me it doesn't matter if he's right or if he's doing it correctly. I imagine myself starting a channel and putting my face on the 'forever' internet to be picked apart for spelling/punctuation/editing quality etc (as they do)...and there's no way! People even complain about a software voice. So, I have to thank him for taking the initiative. If all he does is get others to crack their eyelids open a bit, ask questions and really look around then I'll keep upvoting his videos.
 

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I was just wondering what the general opinion was on the videos produced by the Barnabas Nagy Youtube Channel.


Personally, I used to enjoy the videos when the channel was just getting started. Then my interest was diminished due to a multitude of reasons, including content (at this point not too many new topics with most being strikingly familiar), and the commercial side of things. The gentleman is very personable though.
I only just checked a few of his videos because of your post. Meh.
 

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I was just wondering what the general opinion was on the videos produced by the Barnabas Nagy Youtube Channel.


Personally, I used to enjoy the videos when the channel was just getting started. Then my interest was diminished due to a multitude of reasons, including content (at this point not too many new topics with most being strikingly familiar), and the commercial side of things. The gentleman is very personable though.
He is in it for the money in my opinion. Found the intro always selling before the content was brought on and then a rehash of other peoples work.
 

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He is in it for the money in my opinion. Found the intro always selling before the content was brought on and then a rehash of other peoples work.
Agreed. Don't get me wrong if I could make money researching & posting about content I was already interested in I would be happy. However, it shouldn't be your primary motivation.
 
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