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Classic EssaysKevin Alfred Strom

by Kevin Alfred Strom ONE OF THE very few statements that passed the lips of Franklin Roosevelt that was not a lie was this: In politics, nothing happens by accident. If something happens, you may be sure that someone planned it that way. Possibly he let slip that bit of truth in an unguarded moment or while…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Robert “Bob” Richards, the Presidential candidate of Willis Carto’s Populist Party in 1984 by Revilo P. Oliver WHEN, after a flourish from the orchestra, an actor, bedight in a kimono and his face glistening with grease paint, appears on the stage and sings, “A wand’ring…
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by William Scott, Jr. THE “New Age” craze has merged with liberalism in several interesting ways, and both spring from the same kind of reality-denying mentality. Both elevate wishful thinking to a kind of moral and philosophical principle, and both operate on the basis of an unremitting…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE FIRST QUARTER of the new year has been a gloomy season for the Roman Catholics who hope to preserve something of the religion with which they are imbued in their youth. In New York, Bantam published (in both cloth-bound and paperback editions) David Yallop’s In God’s
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce I’VE SPOKEN OFTEN with you about the Jewish monopoly control of our mass media of news and entertainment. Recently I detailed the takeover of the Disney company by Jews and its conversion into an instrument of brainwashing used against young Americans. In addition to…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver AN ODD COINCIDENCE has brought me The “F” Certificate, by David Gurney (London, Bernard Geis, s.a. [1968?]). It is not literature – but who would expect to find great art of any kind in the nightfall of civilization? It is what is called “a novel of suspense,”…
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In the following, from Chapter VII of Mein Kampf, Vol. 1 (1925), Adolf Hitler describes how, while recovering at a hospital from a gas-attack, he heard the news of fall of German Emperor William II. The new government immediately sued for peace, and an armistice went into effect November 11, 1918.
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An important work by leading National Socialist thinker Alfred Rosenberg, written five years before the 1933 accession to power. by Alfred Rosenberg Introduction by Hadding Scott: The focus here is not on Jews or Marxism or the Underman, although all are mentioned. Rosenberg here is focused on…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver I AM NOT using here the term that has become standard in literary criticism since Ruskin. There are certain fallacies that can properly be called pathetic because they evoke pity for the persons who perpetrate them — and remember that we pity only individuals for whom we feel…
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introduction by Chris Rossetti BACK in the 1990s, a neo-Marxist radio network, based in Oregon and Costa Rica, operated a station calling itself “Radio for Peace International” (RFPI) in competition with American Dissident Voices (ADV), which was then itself on shortwave radio. RFPI…
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