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Having fun by Revilo P. Oliver EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE a Jew in some community in this country has a romp. He paints a swastika on the side of his barn or his store or his house or a synagogue and then yells for the local press. A photographer rushes out and poses a couple beside the horrid swastika — usually…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THOMAS WOLFE was the last great master of English prose, and the greatest as well as the last writer to describe contemporary American life and portray its disorganized and fractured culture, undistorted by the astigmatism and illusions that are charitably called ‘ideology.’…
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The Middle East quagmire explained as it happened; October 1990
by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) IT IS NOT remarkable that Iraq’s invasion and occupation of Kuwait took me by surprise, but we are assured that the Jews’ government in Washington was equally surprised. That is hard to believe.…
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by Revilo P. Oliver AMERICANS WITH very retentive memories can still recall the obscene farce staged by veteran comedians in the Senate when they pretended to be in doubt about the appointment of a Congoid to the Revolutionary Tribunal in Washington, which is still called the Supreme Court. Some who…
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Did Alfred Kinsey fake his sex research? by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured, with his wife Grace Needham Oliver, in 1966) WHEN Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey, employed by the Rockefeller Foundation, published the first of his two books (1) in 1948, I paid no attention to it, assuming that it was just another bundle of…
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Reports

by Revilo P. Oliver (1992) MY ARTICLE on Negro superiority in the May issue of Liberty Bell was in print before events in Los Angeles gave it an emphatic confirmation. Consider what happened. If, let us say, an Italian had led the police on a breakneck chase at a hundred miles an hour, been stopped by a roadblock…
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Is there really such a thing as the Jewish “Diaspora”? by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) THE NUMBER of The New Scientist (London) for 7 December 1991 contains a long article devoted to the traditional means of conserving water and hence farming successfully in arid regions of Asia and South…
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by Revilo P. Oliver (1992) SOME Populist Parties — I know not how many — are now promoting the candidacy for the Presidency of Colonel James Gritz (pictured), who likes to be called ‘Bo,’ a mildly derisive epithet rather than a nickname. (1) If he published his Called to Serve
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by Revilo P. Oliver (1992) THERE ARE indications that our War Lord is becoming restive. A whole year has elapsed since he smashed up a nation and caused the death of several hundred thousand human beings, and he shows signs of wanting to refresh the blood on his hands by sending his mongrel myrmidons with…
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by Revilo P. Oliver GIVEN THE INTEREST that readers of Liberty Bell have expressed in my article in the July issue, pp. 1-12, I now reluctantly return to the hackneyed subject of the assassination of Jackanapes Kennedy in Dallas on 22 November 1963, to clarify two points that I mentioned obiter in July.…
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