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Revilo P. Oliver

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by Revilo P. Oliver THE CONTENTS OF an issue of National Review are usually predictable, especially since the one for 30 December 1991 was almost entirely devoted to a very long article in which the magazine’s highly intelligent and adroit proprietor, William F. Buckley Jr., pondered the Hauptproblem
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE NUMBER of The New Scientist (London) for 7 December 1991 contains a long article devoted to the traditional means of conserving water and hence farming successfully in arid regions of Asia and South America. A detached section of the article deals with the network of some 250 underground…
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by Revilo P. Oliver I LEARN FROM the Wall Street Journal, 2 March 1992, that the American Bible Society, one of the foremost publishers of the world’s most widely distributed work of fiction, are coping with a falling market. Bibles are still printed and sold in large numbers, but, as several dervishes…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE CITY OF WASHINGTON, which should now be called Tel-Aviv-on-the-Potomac, had long been the crime capital of the United States, at least since 1860, when it was occupied by the gangsters called the Republican Party, but their crimes were perpetrated in the Federal government…
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by Revilo P. Oliver LYNDON LAROUCHE is now in prison, having been sentenced to a term of fifteen years for having annoyed the rulers of the United States. I gave a succinct but adequate account of his activities in my article on Practical Politics in February 1990, and in the following April I noticed the…
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by Revilo P. Oliver AS WE ALL KNOW, Bushy is using his American thralls to force on the world a New World Order of which the main outlines have long been known. Perhaps it will be well to remind ourselves of an authoritative description of it thirty years ago, which some of us may have forgotten. The weekly…
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by Revilo P. Oliver ONE SEES FROM time to time in the press muted reports that all is not well in Poland. There have even been photographs of shipyards and factories that have been closed since the beatitude of “democracy” was bestowed on that unhappy land. One has to infer that the Americans’…
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by Revilo P. Oliver BUSHY’S HOMICIDAL spree in Iraq has taught us lessons that must be learned by everyone who is interested in his own future. The American boobs were given a conclusive demonstration of the serfdom which they have brought upon themselves. There was not even a pretence of consulting…
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by Revilo P. Oliver IF YOU ARE A Christian — well, if you are, I can’t imagine why you are reading Liberty Bell unless you have a touch of the masochism celebrated in the tales about martyrs, but whatever your reason, you must be secure in an unsinkable Faith, so I will bring you tidings of great…
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by Revilo P. Oliver COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES were established to preserve and perpetuate the culture, and hence the civilization, that is called European, from the geographical designation of the continent on which it arose as a revival of the culture of Greece and Rome, or Western, to include its…
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