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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Nelson Bunker Hunt by Revilo P. Oliver THE LATE H. L. Hunt was one of the eight or ten men whom journalists liked to call “the richest man in the U.S.” He was noted for his eccentricities, parsimony, and dogmatism, which he often supported with lavish subsidies. He tried to arrest the continuing…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver ONE OF OUR lesser gospel-gabblers is excited by a sensational discovery he has just made. Who is now the titular President of the United States? Give his full name. Ronald Wilson Reagan. Now don’t you see it? Look again. How many letters in each name? Now you have it! So it’s…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

The Dutch Reformed Church in Outdshoorn, South Africa by Revilo P. Oliver I MENTIONED in earlier issues of Liberty Bell the principal organizations of South Africans who are now belatedly trying to preserve their race and save it from the consequences of the new Constitution that the stupid Aryans…
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The following is an excerpt of an SS book on racial policy. Der Reichsführer SS, Rassenpolitik (Berlin, c. 1943); translation by R. Bytwerk and Grey Eminence; “The Enemies of the National-Socialist Worldview and their Doctrine of the Equality of Humanity” The Churches THE Christian…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE JEWS HAVE set their dogs throughout the world to barking at South Africa, supposedly in indignation that the Aryans of that nation are dilatory in discharging their duty to turn their country over to savages and arrange for their own enslavement and the extermination of their…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Dowley’s The History of Christianity by Revilo P. Oliver THE Londinium Press, publishers of America’s Decline, have kindly sent me a copy of a book just off the press in England, a new edition of The History of Christianity, edited by Dr. Tim Dowley of the Lion Publishing Co., assisted by…
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by Revilo P. Oliver AN ITEM in the Cleveland Plain Dealer informs me that the godly folk of Lorain County (west of Cleveland) have organized and are going to fire off, on the appointed Day of Prayer, a barrage of simultaneous prayers, not only from 300 churches, but also from the barrooms, bowling alleys,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

GOD’S WILL by Revilo P. Oliver I LEARN from the Christian News that more than six hundred pious Christians, of the varieties that a friend of mine likes to call “funny-mentalists,” met in Basel in the hall that was made sacred when the first publicly announced Zionist Congress met…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

This is very likely to have actually happened, just like Jews really look like that. by Revilo P. Oliver A FRIEND has sent me a page from the March 1986 issue of a periodical called Retirement Life. I hope — I most earnestly hope that what is said in the article is not true, but I am so pessimistic about…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE just received, by air mail, the latest issue (Vol. 13, No. 7) of the valuable little periodical, News of the New World, published in South Africa (P.O. Box 830, Honeydew, 2040). It is printed in a reduced and less expensive format, because, as the editor explains, the support…
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