Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

From a Lost World

by Revilo P. Oliver

I HAVE just received, by air mail, the latest issue (Vol. 13, No. 7) of the valuable little periodical, News of the New World, published in South Africa (P.O. Box 830, Honeydew, 2040). It is printed in a reduced and less expensive format, because, as the editor explains, the support it receives from South Africans has sadly diminished recently (i.e., after the elections which maintained in power the government which, under Jewish control, is betraying the Aryan population of South Africa to their implacable enemies. Cf. Liberty Bell, December 1983, pp. 5-10; May 1984, pp. 10-13; February 1987, pp. 16, 41-43; March 1987, pp. 45-46).

An analysis of the deadly illusions induced in the minds of the majority of South Africans was reprinted from News of the New World in Liberty Bell, October 1986, pp. 46-57. The present issue begins with a recognition that the Aryans of South Africa are suffering from “a form of mental disability, a disability which has the same effect as an hallucinatory drug. It makes otherwise intelligent and educated people live in an illusory world that does not exist and has never existed.”

Prudential reasons prevent the author from identifying the cause as the hallucinatory drug called Christianity, to which our race has been addicted for fifteen centuries, but he does state bluntly some fundamental truths on which I have long insisted in these pages: “Victims of ‘peace-itis’ loudly proclaim that you can’t depend on force. Actually, you can’t depend on anything but force. Diplomacy works only if it’s backed up by force. Diplomacy itself is about force: the threat of it, the use of it, the direction of it. Peace is nothing but the aftermath of war or the interlude between wars. War or the threat of war is what makes peace, or else there is no peace.”

These considerations lead to the irrefragable conclusion that the editor has properly italicized: “Whether people like us or hate us is irrelevant. Our choice is to be feared or to be the victim. There is no other choice.” That is a clear statement of reality in this world, and you may use it as a criterion. If the person who hears it squawks, he is either a peddler or an addict of the hallucinatory drug that is driving Aryans to mass suicide. What the drug has done to our race in South Africa, and is now doing here, is apparent from the concluding paragraphs of the article:

If some White South Africans wish to ignore the lessons of history and of daily life in Africa and subject themselves to Black rule, that is their business. They apparently do so wish, and have made it abundantly clear at the polls that they do. They are adults. On their own heads be it. Yet we have a responsibility to our children, who trust us. To subject them to the mental, moral, and physical degradation… in store for them is an act of such appalling cruelty as to be almost unbelievable.

Here we have an instance of an intelligent body of people so bemused by egalitarian propaganda that they willingly condemn their own children to destruction. For this monstrous crime they fully deserve the racial extinction which will inevitably come with Black rule. Yet one pities the innocent children.

That is the epitaph for South Africans, and will be the epitaph for Americans.

I cannot but reflect with wonder and terror on the fact that when I was a child, Americans were wont to shudder at the heartless cruelty of Semites and their religion, which they saw most vividly exhibited in the pages of Flaubert’s Salammbo (sic) which depict the Carthaginians at a time of crisis and national peril so great that they try to placate their ferocious god by throwing their own infant children into the raging flames of a furnace. And now we must confess that those Semites were far less heartless than are Aryans today! The Carthaginians sacrificed only infants and children so young that their consciousness was not fully developed; they sacrificed them in a way that put the victims almost instantly out of their misery; they sacrificed only a few score of their children, not all of them; and they sacrificed those few children only in panic at a time when the nation faced a dire peril that menaced its very existence — not in idiotic complacency and smug self-satisfaction when they were a world power, and could have triumphed over their enemies quickly and easily, but insanely took pride in not defending themselves or the children they sadistically doomed to degradation and a tormented death.

A writer in Liberty Bell, March 1982, called us “the Damned Race.” He was right.

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Source: Liberty Bell magazine, November 1987

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brian boru
brian boru
4 December, 2020 4:10 am

The last time I was in South Africa was in 1993. I remember being amazed at the attitude of whites I spoke to then. How things had changed from when I was last there in the 1970s! I asked them how could they not see what would result in handing over power to the blacks, yet they seemed to think that they would be able to handle the situation. They were much wealthier and there were far more of them than the whites of Rhodesia. I forecast that they would lose everything but their attitude was that I was being an extremist and that South Africa had to move into the modern world. There’s no doubt that they all regret their foolishness now, but, unfortunately it’s much too late to… Read more »