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by Revilo P. Oliver LAST AUTUMN the Christian Science Monitor devoted a full page to what would have been a ‘scoop’ in the old days of independent and competitive journalism. It predicted that on the first of January 1989, William F. Buckley, Jr., would retire from active management of…
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by Revilo P. Oliver SINCE THE PUBLICATION of the late Robert Ardrey’s African Genesis in 1971, the mountain gorilla has been a species of particular interest to us, if we take an intelligent interest in our own species and its problematical future. The gorillas, our cousins and a branch of the evolutionary…
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Readers who consider themselves conservatives should be careful not to read too much into this critique of what they may see as their main social, political, and philosophical opponent. Oliver, by the time of this writing, had long abandoned conservatism as a cause both lost and unworthy,…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE PUBLICATION of an early translation into Ladino of Yehudah1 (ben Shemu’el) al-Levi’s often cited book about the Khazars2 suggests that a summary statement of the question it raises may be of interest. The Khazars, a tribe of uncertain race, first appear in history…
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by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) THE UNITED STATES HAS BECOME a nation of boobs. This is partly the work of the public boob-hatcheries, which operate to prevent their victims from being educated. After a brain has been soaked and pickled in “One World” pus, it becomes incapable of coherent thought about…
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A thought-provoking article on the spiritual nature of our race, written by R. P. Oliver,  one of the greatest writers and thinkers of the last 100 years. — Kevin Alfred Strom.
by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured with his wife Grace in 1990) WE DO NOT KNOW when or how or by whom the notion of a life after death was…
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A distinguished professor looks at an egregious case of corruption in the academy — corruption that contributed to the deaths of thousands of Americans and the betrayal of a sacred trust. by Revilo P. Oliver AT LONG LAST, we have a definitive solution of the Langer Mystery, which has puzzled observers…
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by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) WHILE IT IS scarcely possible that Jews do not know they are practicing deceit and fraud when they cozen goyim, it is likely that they feel much as do members of our race when they shoot deer or ducks from blinds, but we can only make precarious guesses about their own feelings…
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by Revilo P. Oliver IT IS ALWAYS extremely difficult for a member of one race to understand, or even to appraise fairly, the mentality of another race. I have often commented on a puzzling aspect of the Jewish mind, the strange desinvolture — no, it’s more than that: the downright negligence with…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE JEWS ARE a unique race, parasitic and predatory, evidently formed from hybrid stock (including, according to Mourant’s haematological analysis, c. 10% of Congoid blood) in the way described in Sir Arthur Keith’s theory of human evolution. The parasites find, seemingly by…
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