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by Revilo P. Oliver WE NEED TO BE reminded from time to time of the crucial problem that must be solved if our race is to survive, the Jews’ subversion and inversion of our morality that Nietzsche so clearly analysed in Zur Genealogie der Moral.(1) A novel that marginally touches upon that problem…
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by Revilo P. Oliver JULIUS EVOLA’S ‘Civilta’ americana, originally published in 1945, has been reprinted in Rome by a foundation established in his memory. The new edition is introduced by a preface, of which an English translation appears in the British periodical, Scorpion
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by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE JUST got around to reading the second volume of the University of Cincinnati’s Classical Studies, which contains the second series of lectures in memory of Louise Taft Semple, a gracious lady, accomplished hostess, generous patron of scholarship, and highly intelligent…
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by Revilo P. Oliver MAJOR CLERKIN of the Euro-American Alliance, in its bulletin for June 1989, reports that he had the fortitude to sit through the latest mass of cinematographic garbage, called War and Remembrance, which, for five long nights, was thrown in the faces of addicts of boob-tubes by…
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by Revilo P. Oliver The Great Pseudo-Morphosis IT IS ODD that Spengler, and even odder that Yockey, has so little to say about the prime example of what they call “pseudo-morphosis,” the acceptance of an alien element by a young culture, which accordingly strives to make its Weltanschauung
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by Revilo P. Oliver WHEN Francis Parker Yockey completed and published Imperium in 1948, he wrote a comparatively short sequel or pendant to his major work. This sequel, which he later entitled The Enemy of Europe, is now lost, but he had his manuscript with him when he was in Germany in 1953, and, after…
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George Johnson today by Revilo P. Oliver ARCHITECTS OF FEAR, Conspiracy Theories and Paranoia in American Politics, by George Johnson, published by a Jeremy Tharcher in Los Angeles, but peddled by Houghton Mifflin, a once respected firm in Boston, is the wad of piffle that the title would lead you to…
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by Revilo P. Oliver WE SHALL SOON see whether Americans are as concerned about the impending epidemic of Immunity Deficiency as they are about which set of niggers will win a ball game. Items in the press before me neatly straddle the continent. In New York, a group of parents having children in two adjacent…
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by Revilo P. Oliver CHRISTIANITY HAS BEEN for our race a deadly and soul-destroying poison, both in its earlier forms and in its most recent reformations, Marxism and the dilution of it that passes for “liberalism.” It has left, even in the minds of skeptics, a narcotic residue of hokum…
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by Revilo P. Oliver UNDER THE RUBRIC, “Our Vanishing Cousins,” I discussed Dr. Dian Fossey’s study of the mountain gorillas in Liberty Bell, December 1985. On the twenty-seventh of that month she was murdered. In a small clearing on the mist-shrouded slope of Mount Visoke, nine…
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