Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Revilo Oliver on Urbanization

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Learn more about anti-Christian college professor Revilo P. Oliver at Wikipedia.

Note that his name is a palindrome. It’s spelled the same backward and forward.

Revilo Pendleton Oliver (July 7, 1908 – August 20, 1994) was an American professor of Classical philology, Spanish, and Italian at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. After World War II, he published in the American Opinion, becoming known as a polemicist for white supremacist and right-wing causes.[1]

Oliver also briefly attracted national notoriety in the 1960s when he published an article after the President John F. Kennedy assassination, suggesting that Lee Harvey Oswald was part of a Soviet conspiracy against the United States. He was called to testify before the Warren Commission investigating the murder.[2]

2 thoughts on “Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Revilo Oliver on Urbanization

  1. Hmm, interesting. If i’m not mistaken, there was a comment that a greek philosopher made in which he said that the best population number for a city was 100.000.

    Granted, i think it should be higher, but with this quote it’s food for thought. Perhaps humanity would be better off to be spread out over longer distanced instead of confined in small supercities with millions of people.

    If i’m not mistaken, i think there have even been several studies pointing out that people are happier in small and medium cities than in big ones.

    • I think the industrial revolution created the supercities. Jews pushed the white peasants off their lands and into cities to man the machines. The really big city strikes me as a Jewish invention, created to concentrate wealth in the hands of the Jew.

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