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by Revilo P. Oliver THE AMERICAN Republic was doomed when the rather stringent limitations on the suffrage, taken for granted in the Constitution, were first relaxed and then abolished, permitting what is called “majority rule,” which means, of course, rule by the confidence men who…
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by Robert E. Howard THE MAN SHIVERED in the coolness of the early morning. He shifted his body to relieve the pressure on his elbows. Cautiously he peered up over the great boulder in front of him, and down the mountain side. Fire twinkled there and the man cursed. An obscene song floated up to him and his…
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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 IN 1932, when I was an undergraduate in college, I purchased from the manufacturer a very useful piece of office furniture. It is a frame of light steel that supports twenty-seven fairly shallow drawers of the same material. I used it to file bulky manuscripts and to accumulate materials…
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by An Instaurationist This sky throughout the day
Made thunderstorms in play,
Piling them up until
The East was hill on hill
Of gleaming gold and quartz
And crags and granite forts.
Now like a tired, small child,
With closed eye dream-beguiled,
It sleeps athwart the land,
But clenching in trailing hand…
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by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured)
first published by Kevin Alfred Strom in National Vanguard magazine, January-February 2003 ISLAM, LIKE CHRISTIANITY, is essentially a Jewish cult for goyim. The Koran, however, is not derived from the Babylonian Talmud. Most of the Koran (Qur’án, “the statements”…
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by Revilo P. Oliver AN ARTICLE in a magazine at which I glanced the other day repeated the trite and hackneyed denunciation of the Inquisitors in Rome, who forced Galileo (pictured) to recant his belief in Copernican astronomy and thus gave him an opportunity, if tradition is to be trusted, to mutter…
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by Revilo P. Oliver I HAVE mentioned more than once in these pages The Secret of Jonestown, Ed Dieckmann, Jr.’s study of menticide, the technique of destroying the human mind and personality that is more commonly designated by the Chinese euphemism, ‘brainwashing.’ (See especially…
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by Revilo P. Oliver (c. 1985) I WAS BORN near Corpus Christi, Texas, on 7th July, 1908. (ILLUSTRATION: Revilo Oliver in 1938) My first name, an obvious palindrome, has been the burden of the eldest or only son for six generations. I was sent to a high school in Illinois. After two years of it, including an…
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by Revilo P. Oliver I CONTINUALLY have to marvel at the rarity of common sense in our people generally and particularly in Christians, including, of course, the Marxist and “Liberal” sects. The latest example is the Christian News for 1 December. (ILLUSTRATION: Herman Otten, publisher…
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