Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver CHAPTER SEVEN:
LYING FOR THE LORD WHEN PROFESSIONAL PRIESTS undertake to bolster the faith of their congregations by producing historical documents to substantiate their doctrines they face obstacles that are inversely proportional to the ignorance of their customers. The…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver CHAPTER FIVE:
RITUAL AND ARYAN WORSHIP
_______ RITUAL A RELIGIOUS RITUAL is a fixed sequence of acts (often including speech) performed to make magic by influencing supernatural forces. Most rituals began at a time so remote and among men so primitive that they may antedate our race;…
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EssaysJohn Massaro

by John Massaro THIS IS A SERIOUS composition about an important stage in my life. I’ll get to it. But first, in response to “Dad Tested Positive For Satan,” which appears on my Covid Vaccine Lowdown Blog, I received the following from a Jeff in Illinois on May 2, 2022: Hey John,1st…
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EssaysJohn Massaro

by John Massaro THIS IS A SERIOUS discussion, but no one is ever going to take the imp out of me, so I’ll begin it with an off-color but relevant story. Many years ago my ex-wife and I were traveling around France in a rental car, and as has always been my custom when I’m behind the wheel, I combine places of interest…
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EssaysSteven Romer

by Thomas Dalton, PhD. ON April 8, it was announced that Canada would soon be joining an illustrious club: the enlightened nations of the world that have elected to ban so-called Holocaust denial. Depending on how one interprets the law, there are currently 18 nations that either explicitly ban “Holocaust…
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EssaysJohn Massaro

by John Massaro BEFORE I BEGIN TELLING YOU about Morocco, a country in its own league, let me wrap up my overall impressions of the Arab world, which encompasses a large chunk of the Middle East and stretches across the entire Mediterranean littoral of north Africa and deep into the Sahara Desert. If you’ve…
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AudioClassic EssaysKevin Alfred StromRadio

Dresden as seen from the air; February 15, 1945 An American Dissident Voices classic broadcast by Kevin Alfred Strom EVERY FEBRUARY, we remember the Holocaust of Dresden. One of my earliest American Dissident Voices broadcasts, written and aired in 1993, was about the atrocity of Dresden. The text…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

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read part 4 by Revilo P. Oliver IT IS HARD TO SAY what secret motives may have been in the minds of the advocates of Prohibition. Two old men, one of whom had been the Prohibition Party’s candidate for President early in this century, told me that Prohibition was the…
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EssaysThomas Dalton

Combatants and non-combatants, World War 1 by Thomas Dalton, PhD. I TAKE IT that the reader is familiar with the basics of the so-called Holocaust: the alleged deaths of some six million Jews, many in gas chambers, at the hands of the Nazis in World War II. This was, we are told, a deliberate policy of Hitler…
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EssaysJohn Massaro

by John Massaro “NUSAYBIN Hudut Kapisi,” the fresh Turkish exit stamp in my passport read. Straight ahead was El Qamishliye, Syria, a remote, sleepy frontier town near the desolate point where Turkey, Syria and Iraq meet. It was 1984 and I was not feeling confident. What was Syria going…
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