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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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by Revilo P. Oliver SECTION 4 The Heartland FOR YOCKEY, both kinds of colonies have only a secondary importance. The attitudes and cultural vitality of Europeans who have established themselves in other continents are determined by the power and vitality of their mother country. European dominion…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE SPRING issue of Mankind Quarterly contains a concise (pp. 261-273), lucid, and coldly objective article on Evolution and World Population by William P. Stevens of the Population Research Center. The author examines the simple and indisputable facts of biological evolution,…
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by Revilo P. Oliver PART IIOne Europe THERE IS A modicum of truth in the frowsty verbiage about “One World” that used to excite women’s clubs. It has always been obvious that there is only one earth, (1) but although an educated Roman in the first century B.C. could dream of a day when…
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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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