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Classic Essays

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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McCormick of the Chicago Tribune by Revilo P. Oliver MY REVIEW of Donald Day‘s Onward, Christian Soldiers in Liberty Bell, January 1983, requires correction at three points. When I wrote, I did not know that Day’s book, in a more complete form, had been published in Sweden in 1944. The parts…
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A modern edition: The pathetic old hoax lives on and on. by Revilo P. Oliver WHEN JOSEPH SMITH, an enterprising young man in Palmyra, New York, found that swindling farmers by claiming that his magic stone monocle enabled him to see buried treasure underground resulted in unpleasant experiences in…
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by Revilo P. Oliver MOST AMERICANS will remember that in January 1959 a foul and probably part-Jewish murderer named Fidel Castro seized the island of Cuba with the surreptitious support of the government in Washington, which was implementing Lenin’s strategy of encircling the United States…
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by Revilo P. Oliver TRUTH SOMETIMES appears in the strangest places. It may even occur in statements made by Jews when they are in an especially exhilarated mood. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution on 4 March 1984 featured, in an article by one Randy Schultz, the exultation of our domestic enemies…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE DISEASE known as Acquired Immunity Deficiency, commonly designated by the acronym AIDS, appears to be decimating the British clergy, members of what some impious Englishmen call “the buggers’ profession.” In this country, there is a constantly increasing…
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by Revilo P. Oliver IT IS reported that Americans are not gallivanting around Europe this summer in the numbers expected, and the jewspapers would have us believe that the cause is fear of “terrorism” by the Semitic peoples of the Near East who perversely do not submit to Yahweh’s…
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