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Revilo P. Oliver

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Some of the most absurd, yet persistent, hoaxes derive from the supposed “Lost Tribes of Israel” myth, delineated in one of its many versions in this image published by a “British Israel” group. by Revilo P. Oliver IF YOU ARE NO longer young, you may have read as a child a book…
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by Revilo P. Oliver IN 1888-1889 a number of women were atrociously murdered in the poorer quarters of London by a sexual maniac who boastfully styled himself Jack the Ripper. The murders are still officially unsolved, but they are still remembered, partly because they were so gruesome, the murderer…
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by Revilo P. Oliver A GERMAN CORRESPONDENT impatiently disclaims interest in recent books about the Jews. They all, he says, necessarily repeat what has long been known to everyone who has objectively observed and thoughtfully considered the vampire race, and add little or nothing that is new. And…
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Adolf Hitler with Theodor Morell by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE JUST RECEIVED a copy of a book that I overlooked for years, although it should have particularly attracted my attention. It is Adolf Hitler: the Medical Diaries, the Private Diaries of Dr. Theo Morell, edited by David Irving (London, Sidgwick…
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Dawson’s forgery gained him admittance to the ranks of greater men than he — for a time. Group portrait of the Piltdown skull being examined: Back row (from left): F. O. Barlow, G. Elliot Smith, Charles Dawson, Arthur Smith Woodward; front row: A. S. Underwood, Arthur Keith, W. P. Pycraft,…
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The shrine at Lourdes by Revilo P. Oliver IT HAS LONG been known that the Gallic goddess Sequana (whose name is perpetuated in the Seine that flows through Paris) was as efficient as her Christian counterpart, Mary, in healing maladies and other physical afflictions. As in other places where a supposedly…
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by Revilo P. Oliver IN THE 1920s, the Chicago Tribune, then an American newspaper, decided to found a magazine that would compete with Collier’s, The American, and similar popular journals. A contest to name the new publication was won by a man who suggested ‘Liberty.’ The periodical…
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White people, their brains fogged by Bible teachings absorbed in childhood, often identify with the ancient Jews and their hatred of the Romans who ruled them. In reality, modern Whites should take the opposite view: the Romans were our ancestors or our ancestors’ kin and, in Jewish-Roman or…
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by Revilo P. Oliver AS I WRITE, it is not yet apparent why the government in Washington invaded Panama after the officer of the Israeli army who was in charge had secretly returned home, leaving his stooge, the duly elected President, a mongrel named Noriega, to be captured by the invaders. The surprise…
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One of the great dangers of empire is the spread of alien doctrines to your own people, typified by the spread of Christianity from conquered Palestine into Europe during the latter centuries of Roman rule. A rational look at the Jewish Question: What was the real, hidden origin of Christianity? American
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