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During a fast-paced, stimulating half-hour session, host James Edwards and Mark Weber speak about the Jewish-Zionist grip on our media and political life, the importance of free speech in a free society, some encouraging trends, the legal oppression of scholars who express dissident views on the 'Holocaust' issue, and more. Weber is on the air during the second half of this hour-long broadcast. “The Political Cesspool,” broadcast on WLRM radio (Memphis, Tenn.), is the country’s foremost populist radio program.

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.

Meria Heller hosts a stimulating one-hour broadcast session with the IHR director. The two talk about the imprisonment in Europe of Irving, Zundel and other “thought criminals” for having expressed dissident views about “the Holocaust.” Weber speaks about the background and current status of the Zundel case. The two also discuss the emotion-charged and agenda-driven way in which Jewish death and suffering are treated in our society, and the contrastingly neglectful treatment of deaths and sufferings of others. They also discuss the new book by former President Jimmy Carter, who is under fire for acknowledging how critics of Israeli policies are smeared and intimidated, the devastating 1984 arson attack of the IHR’s offices, and other topics.

In this provocative and thoughtful two-hour session aired on the Republic Broadcast Network, IHR director Mark Weber and host Mark Dankof discuss the background and consequences of the Iraq war, the prospects for a new war with Iran, the power and impact of the pro-Israel lobby, pro-Israel Christians in the US, and the imprisonment of David Irving, Ernst Zundel and other victims of Europe’s “Holocaust denial” laws.

In this 20 minute presentation, IHR director Mark Weber cites impressive evidence to show that the Holocaust remembrance campaign is an expression of Jewish-Zionist power, and is designed to further Zionist and Israeli interests.

Weber provides an update on the prison and legal ordeals of David Irving, Ernst Zundel and Germar Rudolf, and examines the unjust and hypocritical “Holocaust denial” laws under which they and others are fined and imprisoned in Europe. The IHR director appears with host Jim Condit, Jr. on a program broadcast on WKRC, a major Cincinnati radio station, which was also heard worldwide through the station’s website.

The Bush administration’s push for war against Iran, Tehran’s nuclear program, and more, are discussed by the IHR director in this interview, “Thin Ice: Jewish Power in a Changing World, Part 3.” Everywhere, says Weber, awareness is growing of the reality and dangerous impact of Jewish-Zionist power. One expression of this is the new “Israel Lobby” paper by professors Walt and Mearsheimer, which Weber quotes.

"Thin Ice: Jewish Power in a Changing World, Part 2”: In this lively interview, the IHR director explains how the recent sentencing of British historian David Irving to 3 years in prison for “Holocaust denial” is helping the cause of freedom, and how the Holocaust remembrance campaign is losing effectiveness. Weber also speaks about President Bush’s disastrously wrong-headed “war on terror,” the deceitful neo-con push for a new war against Iran, and the shifting place of “terrorism” in history.

Weber reports on the 3-year prison sentence given to historian David Irving for years-old remarks about “mythical” gas chambers at Auschwitz . The sentence prompted wide condemnation of the hypocritical “Holocaust denial” laws in Europe under which Irving and others have been persecuted. In this informative interview, “Thin Ice: Jewish Power in a Changing World, Part 1,” Weber also describes the key Jewish role in pressing for these laws, and reports on the IHR’s recent work.

Weber tells about the 3-year prison sentence given to historian David Irving for remarks, made 16 years ago, about “mythical” gas chambers at Auschwitz . Weber also describes the unjust and hypocritical character of the “Holocaust denial” laws in Europe under which Irving and others have been imprisoned, fined and forced into exile.

Historical Revisionism Report, An interview with Mark Weber
Jeff Rense interviews historian Mark Weber on the recent developments in the case of Ernst Zündel, the recent arrest of David Irving in Austria for "denying the Holocaust," as well as discussing the stature of revisionism in Western society.

Zündel Trial Report, An interview with Mark Weber
Jeff Rense interviews historian Mark Weber on the recent developments in the case of Ernst Zündel whose trial for "thought crimes" in Germany just began and resulted in startling legal developments.

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