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Afterthoughts on Afterlife

by Revilo P. Oliver WE DO NOT KNOW when or how or by whom the notion of a life after death was invented. All mammals instinctively fear death, but if they escape their natural enemies and survive to senility, they seem to acquiesce in a quiet extinction of their enfeebled consciousness. We cannot suppose that […]

Oliver’s Works on Yockey Republished

by Kevin Alfred Strom TWO IMPORTANT essays by Dr. Oliver have just been added to this site, but they don’t show up at the top of the main page because I have been tagging all articles with their original publication dates, so the archives show the correct year. Thus these pieces are filed under 1966 […]

New Revilo Oliver Pages

by Kevin Alfred Strom I AM gradually converting all of the existing Revilo P. Oliver documents on this site to a database-driven format so that new features, functionality, and content can easily be added in the future. So far, I have added all of the existing articles and recordings through 1968 and will be adding […]

List of Oliver Correspondents, pre-1976

by Kevin Alfred Strom N.B.: I’ve added this post so that all the names in the Oliver correspondence files will be indexed properly, but this is not the main means by which you should access the archive. Browse the archive by visiting http://revilo-oliver.com/papers . The Revilo P. Oliver Papers The Alphabetical Files Due to a […]

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 Enemy of Our Enemies, part 6

THE ENEMY OF OUR ENEMIES A Critique of Francis Parker Yockey’s The Enemy of Europe (section 6) go to first section 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 […]

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) go to first section 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 […]

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) go to first section 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 […]

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) go to first section 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 […]

The Enemy of Our Enemies, part 2

THE ENEMY OF OUR ENEMIES A Critique of Francis Parker Yockey’s The Enemy of Europe (section 2) go to first section by Professor Revilo P. Oliver THE GREAT PSEUDO-MORPHOSIS IT IS ODD that Spengler, and even odder that Yockey, has so little to say about the prime example of what they call “pseudo-morphosis,” the acceptance […]