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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE been sent a very interesting booklet, The 5th Kingdom, written and published by Elmer Arthur (4902 N.E. Thirtieth Avenue, Portland, Oregon). Properly considered, it is more significant than most of the books that are today spewed in such horrendous quantity from the presses…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver AS I WRITE, a new book by Dr. Kamal Salibi of the American University in Beirut has not yet been published in this country, and I owe notice of it to Der Spiegel, which will publish portions of it in German translation, and to an article by Jim Muir of the Sunday Times, an English newspaper…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

In honor of the 87th anniversary of William Luther Pierce’s birth on 11 September 1933. by Dr. William L. Pierce THE MOTTO of Israel’s spy agency, Mossad, is, according to recently defected Mossad agent Victor Ostrovsky: “By way of deception thou shalt do war.” That motto describes…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

  In honor of the 87th anniversary of William Luther Pierce’s birth on 11 September 1933. Without a deep understanding of one key concept, all pro-White efforts will inevitably fail. But there is a way to win. by Dr. William L. Pierce PEOPLE OFTEN ASK me, “Are we making any progress? Are we winning?…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

In honor of the 87th anniversary of William Luther Pierce’s birth on 11 September 1933. by Dr. William L. Pierce (pictured below) ALL RACIAL DIFFERENCES are either genetic (hereditary, inborn) or cultural (acquired from society after birth). The latter can be changed or eliminated by enforced social…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

In honor of the 87th anniversary of William Luther Pierce’s birth on 11 September 1933. by Dr. William L. Pierce TURN ON A LOCAL television news program in just about any large city in this country, and the chances are nearly 100% that you’ll hear and see at least one Black announcer telling you what’s…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Julia Ward Howe, circa 1870 by Revilo P. Oliver
and John J. Synon IN ‘Populism’ and ‘Elitism’ (p. 25, n. 27), I commented briefly on the morbid envy, malice, and blood-lust that inspired Julia Ward Howe to write the words of “one of the most terrible songs ever sung,”…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Unitarian abolitionist Theodore Parker by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE frequently mentioned the Puritans with asperity and commented on their baneful influence on our history. It is only fair, therefore, to notice a little periodical, The Pilgrim, published by the Reverend Mr. Louis F. deBoer in Collingswood,…
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Classic Essays

by Matt Koehl CURRENT TALK OF REVOLUTION — armed revolution — is likely to get the gonads going and the juices flowing. But before getting too sanguine about the prospects, it might be well to step back a notch and give some thought to what we are actually talking about? Revolution — real revolution — is…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver OVER THE PAST year or two, several correspondents, one of whom enclosed a copy of a published newsletter, have enlightened me about the true origin of the famous colossal statue of the goddess Eleutheria, who, most inappropriately wearing the radial crown of Apollo Helios, stands…
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