By Revilo P. Oliver. How the Jews have survived thousands of years of persecution—and why the European West may not survive this century.
This remarkable work by a Professor of the Classics at the University of Illinois, provides an in-depth study of the tactics which Jews have used to remain a cohesive group despite centuries of persecution and self-imposed isolation.
Professor Oliver points out the exact methods used, the weaknesses of their opponents, and the use of religion in this remarkable survival strategy.
“Passionate hatred of the Jews is almost certain to be futile, for violent emotions prevent rational thought…. The international race… by arduous, intelligent, and indefatigable work for more than twenty-five centuries, has, through its own efforts, made itself the major world power today…. History provides no parallel for that stupendous accomplishment. It must be regarded with respect, even awe.” –Revilo P Oliver.
73 pages, paperback.