Audio Archive


Mark Weber :: February 22, 2007

The IHR director reports on the sentencing of Ernst Zundel to five years imprisonment for the crime of “Holocaust denial” under Germany’s notorious “popular incitement” statute. Weber and host Jeff Rense talk about Zundel’s drawn-out trial and the Feb. 15 sentencing, and some of what this and similar cases mean for Americans and the world.In this hour-long broadcast, Weber and host Peter Schaenk tackle the Zionist-led campaign against California Prof. Kevin MacDonald for his scholarly writings on Jewish group behavior, the outrageous ordeal of British historian David Irving for having expressed non-conformist views about World War II history, and other issues.