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A Theory About Rudolf Hess

by Professor Revilo P. Oliver
(Liberty Bell, June 1985)

A WELL-KNOWN writer who wishes to be anonymous has suggested a possible explanation of the mystery surrounding the victim of Anglo-American cruelty now imprisoned, at enormous expense and with preposterous precautions to prevent escape, in Spandau. Having read my article in the April issue of Liberty Bell and accepted the findings of Dr. Thomas that the prisoner is not Rudolf Hess, the writer has sketched the following hypothesis.

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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 by Leonard Martin.Mr. Bernstein’s observations of conditions in the cancer of our earth that is called Israel correspond to the much longer and more detailed description by Ephraim Sevela in Farewell, Israel! (South Bend, Indiana; Gateway 1977). There is, of course, the difference that Sevela went to Israel from Russia and then fled from Israel to the United States, whereas Bernstein went to Israel from the United States and soon bounced back.

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Aborting Minds

by Professor Revilo P. Oliver
(Liberty Bell, April 1985)

A BRIEF ITEM in the Courrier du Continent for December reports that in Romania very stringent legislation to prevent abortions took effect in June 1984. Persons who procure abortions will be condemned to twenty-five years in prison. Furthermore, the drugs that are used in the United States to avert conception must not be sold, and a special burden of taxation is levied upon childless couples. It remains to be seen, of course, whether this proletarian legislation will be more effective than the laws by which Augustus vainly tried to halt race-suicide among the upper classes of Rome.

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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 author is a young journalist, born in 1952, but he evidently took his title from a phrase that was used about two decades before he was born, when the great War Criminal of all time used to coo over the radio to simple-minded females and tell them “We have nothing to feeah except feeah itself.”

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The Businessmen of God

by Professor Revilo P. Oliver
(Liberty Bell, November 1983)

LIBERTY BELL is not the only periodical to bring out an Anniversary Issue at this time (Aug./Sept. 1983 issue). The Christian Century has published a special anniversary issue that contains an article by the Reverend Mr. Peter Fleck, from which a fairly long excerpt was reproduced in the Christian News for 17 October. The holy man asks, “Isn’t Christianity the gentile version of Judaism? Among those who would say so is Pope Pius XI, who proclaimed in 1938: ‘Through Christ and in Christ we descend spiritually from Abraham …. Christians are spiritually Semites.’ Krister Stendahl has called gentile Christians ‘honorary Jews.'”

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Who’s for Democracy?

by Professor Revilo P. Oliver
(excerpted from his Populism and Elitism, 1982)

DEMOCRACY, in the correct, Jeffersonian sense of that word, still exerts a great influence over the thinking of our contemporaries, although no example of it in practice can be found in the world today. It is a theory that was first formulated in the democratic states of ancient Greece and has never been entirely forgotten since that time. It engendered the Mediaeval aphorism, vox populi, vox Dei, which, so far as I know, was first quoted by Alciun, who ridicules it; and it reappears in hundreds of modern writers who champion, in one form or another, the concept of majority rule. Although now reduced to a mere theory, it still has charms and evokes some odd tendencies in persons who are intelligent enough to discriminate between democracy and the common practice of running herds of biped cattle through polling places and counting their noses.

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The Enemy of Our Enemies, part 6

THE ENEMY OF OUR ENEMIES

A Critique of Francis Parker Yockey’s The Enemy of Europe (section 6)

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by Professor Revilo P. Oliver

THE DYING AND THE DEAD

IF YOCKEY had not been hounded to death by the Jews and were alive today, would he take again, without variation, the oath he took in 1946 when he left Wiesbaden, where he could no longer endure the obscene spectacle of the foul murders that the Americans were committing to please the Jews?

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The Enemy of Our Enemies, part 5

THE ENEMY OF OUR ENEMIES

A Critique of Francis Parker Yockey’s The Enemy of Europe (section 5)

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by Professor Revilo P. Oliver

THE THIRD SIDE OF THE COIN

WE HAVE, I think, followed Yockey and Robertson in drawing logical conclusions from the evidence before us. But all of our evidence–what we are told and what we are not told–comes from either Russian or Jewish sources. We do not have even a simple choice between stories told by two habitual liars, for when they disagree, both may still be lying, each in his own interest. And the world’s masters of deceit are wily and subtle.

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The Enemy of Our Enemies, part 4

THE ENEMY OF OUR ENEMIES

A Critique of Francis Parker Yockey’s The Enemy of Europe (section 4)

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by Professor Revilo P. Oliver

THE HEARTLAND

FOR YOCKEY, both kinds of colonies have only a secondary importance. The attitudes and cultural vitality of Europeans who have established themselves in other continents are determined by the power and vitality of their mother country. European dominion over other races is merely an epiphenomenon, a measure of a European nation’s power, a salutary reminder that, as he tells us, power can be maintained only by increasing it.

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The Enemy of Our Enemies, part 3

THE ENEMY OF OUR ENEMIES

A Critique of Francis Parker Yockey’s The Enemy of Europe (section 3)

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by Professor Revilo P. Oliver

ONE EUROPE

THERE IS A modicum of truth in the frowsty verbiage about “One World” that used to excite women’s clubs. It has always been obvious that there is only one earth, (1) but although an educated Roman in the first century B.C. could dream of a day when the invincible legions would add even China to the Empire, (2) he could also think of the oecumene, the inhabited part of the globe, as consisting, for all practical purposes, of the Roman Empire and the territories bordering on it. He was secure in the confidence that whatever happened in more distant regions, such as China and India, could have no possible effect on his world, except, perhaps, on the importation of rare luxuries and curiosities.

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