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Ralph L. Engelstad (1930 – 2002), former owner of the Imperial Palace Casino in Las Vegas. Was the overwhelming Jewishness of the Las Vegas business and mob world a factor in his celebration of Adolf Hitler and National Socialism? by Revilo P. Oliver A CUTTING FROM one of the carpetbagger papers…
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by Revilo P. Oliver The Los Angeles Times, 30 January 1989, carried the news that the Washington State University has attained a new pinnacle of academic distinction: it has created the first Distinguished Professorship of Fast-Food Service to crown its curriculum in the Science of running restaurants.…
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Aftermath of the firebombing of the Institute for Historical Review in 1984 (IHR) by Revilo P. Oliver HILLSDALE COLLEGE in Michigan is a small college that is making a laudable effort to remain independent of direct control by the Commissariat in Washington. It publishes each month a bulletin devoted…
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Alfred, Lord Tennyson by Revilo P. Oliver DR. HERMANN OBERTH, a German born in Romania, was one of the first men to use his scientific knowledge to invent a technology that he finally saw fully realized when he witnessed the launching of the rocket that first carried men to the moon. It is possible, indeed,…
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by Revilo P. Oliver IN Liberty Bell, June 1986, I reported the strange behavior of many voters in Illinois. In the schools they had been fed the usual hogwash about the glories of “democracy” and how “government of the people” is guaranteed by the primary system, which enables…
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by Revilo P. Oliver RATIONAL AMERICANS were shocked when Ernst Zündel was arrested, tried, and convicted of having displeased Yahweh’s Master Race by disbelieving their impudent Holohoax. As I write, the sentence imposed by a Soviet-style judge is still sub judice in an appellate court,…
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This great and deeply moving piece by the brilliant Oliver shouldn’t dishearten us. Today, 30 years later, things are not nearly so bleak. by Revilo P. Oliver ON A DAY in 1986 that I shall not specify, a singularly perspicacious and devoted American died. I know no one man who did more to avert the…
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A Critique of Francis Parker Yockey’s The Enemy of Europe (section 5) by Revilo P. Oliver The Third Side of the Coin WE HAVE, I think, followed Yockey and Robertson in drawing logical conclusions from the evidence before us. But all of our evidence – what we are told and what we are not told – comes…
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Christian huckster Morris Cerullo pictured in one of his innumerable money-raising promotions. Of at least half-Jewish ancestry, he was raised in an Orthodox Jewish orphanage and makes the odd claim that a nurse there caused him to “receive Jesus Christ as his personal savior” and convert…
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Savonarola The incredible, frightening, yet at turns hilarious story of the fanatical Christian “holy man” Savonarola and his brief rule over 15th century Florence — told as only Revilo Oliver can tell it. by Revilo P. Oliver WALKING WITH BARE FEET over burning coals is currently…
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