8 November, 2014

The Three American Eras

Posted by Socrates in "Civil War", America, Revilo P. Oliver, Roosevelt, Roosevelt's Jewish cabal, Socrates, Supreme Court at 6:39 pm | Permanent Link

by Dr. Revilo P. Oliver.


“The future of our stultified and brutalized race depends on so many imponderables that it would be rash to venture any forecast. The only hope, as I see it, is that the present owners will make the blunder of precipitating or permitting a total collapse so drastic and sudden that its physical effects will penetrate to the consciousness of the boobs and induce something like thought, and that if and when that happens, there will be a nucleus of men who understand the situation and have the courage and intelligence to organize and lead the boobs to regain independence from the world-conquerors.”


  • 4 Responses to “The Three American Eras”

    1. CW-2 Says:

      If a serious economic collapse were likely it would have happened by now. It hasn’t because big jew can keep the system fluid and lubricated by printing as many dollars as necessary. The real crisis is likely to come when growth in agricultural production stalls and competition for agricultural resources intensifies.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      White America’s last chance for a successful revolt against the System came around 1968-70. But instead of open revolt Whitey voted for Nixon.

    3. fd Says:

      I’d say your words are accurate enough, Tim McGreen. The last vestiges of White power fought against the federal civil rights invasion with great fury. The city, county and state cops in Mississippi and Alabama were in perfect sync with White citizens. Short of victory, racism continues to boil below the surface.

    4. Tim McGreen Says:

      It is good to know that even after decades of intense brainwashing by the Jew-controlled media, schools, government and churches many White people still have enough sense to be racially aware and Jew-wise. Will there be a fourth era in American history, I wonder? The unhappy racial, political and socio-economic situation as it currently exists in this country cannot last indefinitely.