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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

McCormick of the Chicago Tribune by Revilo P. Oliver MY REVIEW of Donald Day‘s Onward, Christian Soldiers in Liberty Bell, January 1983, requires correction at three points. When I wrote, I did not know that Day’s book, in a more complete form, had been published in Sweden in 1944. The parts…
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by Revilo P. Oliver TRUTH SOMETIMES appears in the strangest places. It may even occur in statements made by Jews when they are in an especially exhilarated mood. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution on 4 March 1984 featured, in an article by one Randy Schultz, the exultation of our domestic enemies…
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by Revilo P. Oliver THE DISEASE known as Acquired Immunity Deficiency, commonly designated by the acronym AIDS, appears to be decimating the British clergy, members of what some impious Englishmen call “the buggers’ profession.” In this country, there is a constantly increasing…
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by Revilo P. Oliver IT IS reported that Americans are not gallivanting around Europe this summer in the numbers expected, and the jewspapers would have us believe that the cause is fear of “terrorism” by the Semitic peoples of the Near East who perversely do not submit to Yahweh’s…
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Loathsome anthropoid by Revilo P. Oliver NOT LONG ago, I noticed that the ham actor in the White House was trying to entertain his audience by reciting some moral indignation about the wicked Soviets. From time to time, one hears the same patter from dithering “Liberals” and high-pressure…
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Crazy Pat Robertson of the “700 Club” and the Christian Broadcasting Network, and friend by Revilo P. Oliver THERE IS a great value in books by men who, like Tolkien’s diminutive hero, have “been there and back.” One of the most potent antidotes to modern superstitions…
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A modern and probably White artist’s Aryanized pictorial version of Jephtah meeting his daughter by Revilo P. Oliver THE PRESS of the University of California has just published an elaborate edition of a noteworthy specimen of theological balderdash, composed by some anonymous holy man around…
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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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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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