8 November, 2014

Book of the Month

Posted by Socrates in Book of the Month program, book selections, books, Revilo P. Oliver, Socrates at 9:22 pm | Permanent Link

“The Jewish Strategy” by Dr. Revilo P. Oliver. [A .PDF file].


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  7. 8 Responses to “Book of the Month”

    1. CW-2 Says:

      Well worth reading. Many of us tend to neglect Professor Oliver’s writings in preference to the more direct and upbeat style of Dr Pierce. Both writers were of comparable intellectual standing but Dr Pierce was perhaps more optimistic. The power of big jew is real enough, but it is based on our semi-willing adherence to their myths and our acceptance of their control at the choke points of finance and information. At the individual level we can do a lot to bypass those control points.

    2. fd Says:

      I believe Revilo Oliver was out in front. Very realistic. He understood that White people would have to be shocked into revolution by a gross event that the world conquerors could not cover up, whereas Pierce believed revolution could be brought about by intellectual effort. Both were strong enemies of the International Jew.

      Rockwell drew his line of battle in the street.

    3. Vendikar Says:

      A very good book. I have found it’s fun if you know fundies that know ancient Greek to give them a photocopy of the Greek page from the edict of Claudius and ask them if they can read it for you.

    4. Tim McGreen Says:

      Is that the edict that ordered the Jews to leave Italy? Unfortunately the Romans never enforced it.

      Just keep in mind that most White people don’t have the time (or inclination) to read any 500 page tomes on the evolutionary survival strategy of the Jews, the history of central banking and other such arcane stuff. Whether it’s fair or not, writers like Madison Grant and Eustace Mullins are never going to attract a large, general readership. Books advocating some kind of social change or revolution need to be short, easy to understand and to the point. Think Thomas Paine.

    5. Sri Sreggin Das, Mytic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      If this is true, what can one do? Chop wood, carry water.

      If this is not true, what can one do? Chop wood, carry water.

      Why depress yourself over the stupidity of our fellow Aryans? Continue on your own path to excellence.

      The gods are weeding us out, even now. Those who are left will follow an “Aryan Strategy” which will make the “Jewish Strategy” seem like the mumblings of a desert-crazed pillar-saint.

      Yes, it will be a time of starting again, with the churches, bibles, democracy, even our American Constitution–all swept away, discarded as relics of another age, the Kali Yuga. Even as I write, this is happening.

    6. Sri Sreggin Das, Mystic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      If this is true, what can one do? Chop wood, carry water.

      If this is not true, what can one do? Chop wood, carry water.

      Why depress yourself over the stupidity of our fellow Aryans? Continue on your own path to excellence.

      The gods are weeding us out, even now. Those who are left will follow an “Aryan Strategy” which will make the “Jewish Strategy” seem like the mumblings of a desert-crazed pillar-saint.

      Yes, it will be a time of starting again, with the churches, bibles, democracy, even our American Constitution–all swept away, discarded as relics of another age, the Kali Yuga. Even as I write, this is happening.

    7. fd Says:

      I agree, Sri Sreggin. Borrowing the world’s problems is contrary to the laws of nature. Live healthy in your environment while like-minded White people do the same in their environment. The strength will spread like seeds in the wind.

      The tumbleweed is a lonely sight. But it does the happy work of nature, collecting and spreading seeds to insure survival of vegetation cover and the soil it protects.

    8. Tim McGreen Says:

      I never thought of tumbleweeds as serving any useful purpose, except to emphasize the harsh desert environment in those old spaghetti westerns that featured Lee Van Cleef, Raquel Welch and Lee Marvin. Thanks for the info, fd. I’ll never look at a tumbleweed in quite the same way again!