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Richard Kelly Hoskins by Revilo P. Oliver WAR CYCLES – PEACE CYCLES (Lynchburg, Virginia, Virginia Publishing Co., 1985) is a paperback volume of 250 pages printed by photo-offset from a good computer’s print-out. Although the type is ordinary typewriter type with bold face produced by the…
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by Revilo P. Oliver WHEN WE consider the probable future effect of the present epidemic of immunity deficiency, commonly and improperly designated by the acronym “AIDS,” we are dependent on the information given to us by experts in a highly specialized and almost recondite science.…
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by Revilo P. Oliver IT IS THE habit of our domestic enemies to deny that they are engaged in a conspiracy against us, and to pretend that the consequences of their actions just happened somehow and could not have been foreseen. Unthinking Americans believe that, although our great War Criminal once indiscreetly…
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Uri Geller and a bent spoon by Revilo P. Oliver YOU SURELY remember Uri Geller, the marvelous Jew-boy with an Einsteinian brain, which cerebrated so dynamically that he could bend spoons by just thinking about them. His phenomenal powers, scientifically called “psychokinesis” and…
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Kenneth de Courcy by Revilo P. Oliver MY OLDER READERS will remember the very valuable Intelligence Digest that was published by Kenneth de Courcy until he gravely offended the rulers of the world and was hustled off to prison for having believed what he was told about Kenya by the government that was…
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Chiang Kai-shek by Revilo P. Oliver IT IS A MATTER of common knowledge that the United States, after using the Nationalist government of China as an ally in the war against Japan, by an act of blackest treachery turned China over to the Communists. The infamous traitor, General George Catlett Marshall,…
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Robert Conquest by Revilo P. Oliver ROBERT CONQUEST’S The Harvest of Sorrow, published in this country by the Oxford University Press in New York, is a comprehensive, vivid, and lucid account of a spectacular feat of Social Engineering that has been an inspiration to all true “Liberals”…
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by Revilo P. Oliver A FAIRLY LONG article, “The Emergence of Maya Civilization,” by Professor Norman Hammond of Rutgers University was published in the Scientific American for August 1986. It describes many vestiges of Mayan culture, many of them recently discovered, including, for…
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by Revilo P. Oliver AT THE BEGINNING of this century, the decadent Turkish Empire was preserved from Russian aggression only by Russia’s knowledge that the British Empire would never permit a potentially hostile nation to take Constantinople and control the Hellespont (also called the Dardanelles).…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE CONTINUING civil war in Ceylon (now called Sri Lanka according to the dubious tradition that the island is the Lanka of the Ramayana) and the frequent reports of riots and massacres there remind me that thirty years ago, in 1958, I read with appreciation a charming little book,…
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