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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver RATIONAL predictions of the future can be made only by dispassionately reasoning from available information that, on critical examination, appears to be reliable. Obviously, any deficiency in the accuracy or adequacy of the information will produce a great deviation in the inferences…
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Auschwitz and the Exile Government of Poland According to the Polish Fortnightly Review 1940-1945 by Enrique Aynat 1. Motive and Genesis FOR SOME TIME I have been interested in knowing how the Polish Government-in-Exile reacted to the enormous slaughter of Jews that supposedly took place in the concentration…
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by Revilo P. Oliver UNDER THE rubric, “Evangel for Bibliophiles,” in the May issue I mentioned the activity of a committee of learned holy men who are threshing the Christian gospels to separate the grain of what old Jesus really said from the chaff of statements put in his mouth by forgers.…
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Margaret Thatcher by Revilo P. Oliver UNDER THE rubric “The World in False-Face” in a recent issue of Liberty Bell, I quoted from the Special Office Brief part of a trenchant article which described the normal technique of government in a ‘democracy,’ in which the herds of…
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by Francis Parker Yockey FAR MORE important to Europe than the propaganda about domestic affairs in America is that about foreign affairs. The numen “democracy” is used also in this realm as the essence of reality. A foreign development sought to be brought about is called “spreading…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE protagonist of Moliere’s comedy never blames others for the misery of his life since he married the girl whom he courted. He constantly reminds himself, “this is what you wanted, George; you have only yourself to blame.” He was an Aryan, though perhaps more…
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The real spirit of traditional European religions — and of Cosmotheism — is contained in the blood of our folk wherever it extends through space and time. by Savitri Devi THE GREAT difference between creedal and non-creedal religions lies in the fact that, while the principle of unity…
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Charlie Soong as a young man by Revilo P. Oliver APROPOS of my booklet The Yellow Peril, I notice that a new book, The Soong Dynasty, by Sterling Seagrave, has been announced by the book club in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. I shall not have time to read it for months, but if you look at it, you should notice whether…
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Edward I of England by Revilo P. Oliver PROFESSOR R.H. Helmholz has published in Speculum, LXI (1986), pp. 365-380, what is, I believe, the first study of the enforcement of the laws against usury in England that is based on the records of the ecclesiastical courts that have survived from the fourteenth,…
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by Leon Degrelle “HITLER — You knew him — what was he like?” I have been asked that question a thousand times since 1945, and nothing is more difficult to answer. Approximately two hundred thousand books have dealt with the Second World War and with its central figure, Adolf Hitler. But has…
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