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Our Vanishing Cousins

by Revilo P. Oliver (Liberty Bell, December 1985) SINCE THE PUBLICATION of the late Robert Ardrey’s African Genesis in 1971, the mountain gorilla has been a species of particular interest to us, if we take an intelligent interest in our own species and its problematical future. The gorillas, our cousins and a branch of the […]

Academic Prostitution

by Revilo P. Oliver (Liberty Bell, September 1985) MANY READERS of Professor Arthur Butz’s incisive demolition of the Jews’ filthy Holohoax, The Hoax of The Twentieth Century, have asked the question that the author himself asked: “Why was it necessary for a Professor of Electrical Engineering to do the work that should have been done […]

Another Jewish Problem

by Professor Revilo P. Oliver (Liberty Bell, May 1985) I HAVE RECEIVED a remarkable booklet of forty-five pages, reproduced from typewritten copy, and published by the Noontide Press in Torrance, California. The Life of an American Jew in Racist, Marxist Israel is an account of the experiences of Jack Bernstein in an English text written […]

Contemporary Journalists

by Professor Revilo P. Oliver (Liberty Bell, February 1985) Architects of Fear, Conspiracy Theories and Paranoia in American Politics, by George Johnson, published by a Jeremy Tharcher in Los Angeles, but peddled by Houghton Mifflin, a once respected firm in Boston, is the wad of piffle that the title would lead you to suspect. The […]

The Shadow of Empire: Francis Parker Yockey After Twenty Years

by Revilo P. Oliver (The American Mercury, June 1966) IN 1857, less than fifty thousand British troops overawed and held in check the whole of the teeming subcontinent of India while suppressing the mutiny of almost a quarter of a million sepoys, native troops whom they had trained and armed. Less than a hundred years […]