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Why do we hear so much about 'the Holocaust’? In this broadcast of the “My Prerogative” radio show, Mark Weber explains how and why the fate of Europe ’s Jews during World War II plays such an important role in our cultural and political life today. Rick Wood, the show’s skeptical host, keeps Weber on his toes with skeptical comments, questions and come-backs.

Part 2 of an interview with Zündel family spokesman, historian Mark Weber. Ernst Zündel -- imprisoned for publicly doubting Zionist myths -- personifies the struggle for freedom of speech, freedom of thought, and freedom of inquiry. His struggle for freedom is our struggle for a decent and free future for our posterity.

Mark Weber speaks about the vindictive Jewish-Zionist campaign against Ernst Zündel, the key Jewish-Zionist role in his persecution, what’s happening since Zündel’s March 1 deportation to Germany, and the meaning of the special laws in some countries that criminalize challenges to the official “Holocaust” orthodoxy.

In this moving, first person address, Rimland speaks about her childhood in an ethnic German Mennonite community in the Soviet Union, her “liberation” by the German army in 1941, shortly before the remnants of the community were about to be deported to Siberia by the Soviets, her westward trek along with the retreating German forces, her terrible ordeal in the final months of the war and the immediate postwar period, and her new life in the United States.

Mark Weber speaks about Ernst Zündel’s character, personality and impact. He recalls their first meeting, his role as a witness in the 1988 “Holocaust Trial” in Toronto, and other aspects of their relationship over the years.

Mark Weber discusses Holocaust propaganda as an instrument of Jewish power. Well known figures such as Elie Wiesel are not humanitarians: They use the Holocaust tale strictly to promote Israel and the Jewish/Zionist agenda.

Is 'Holocaust Remembrance' tied to Jewish supremacist domination of the United States? Is it an honest commemoration of a terrible ordeal, or a tool used to dominate others? Why does 'The Holocaust' apparently become more significant and receive even greater attention as it recedes into the past, contrary to most such events?

Mark Weber speaks about the war in Iraq, America's 'special relationship' with Israel, and the growing danger of war with Iran.

The myths that helped propel America on her D-Day crusade are in large part the same myths that sustained and elected Ronald Reagan. They are myths which appeal to many good White Americans: the myth that we still possess freedom and independence, that there has been a continuity of our government with that of the founding fathers, and that supporting the current regime is synonymous with patriotism, among others. But, appealing as they are, belief in these myths is leading directly to the death of America and our civilization itself. Will the myths that he embodied be laid to rest with Ronald Reagan, or will Americans continue to believe in the trappings and symbols of a long-lost America?

Hal Turner, a veteran radio show host, welcomed Weber for two hours as a guest on his newly "relaunched" show. Weber speaks on the Zionist role in the Iraq war, and the recent controversy surrounding an IHR ad placed in The Nation.

An Idaho attorney and writer, Mr. Steele stressed the growing threat to the security and freedom of Americans by an increasingly desperate government. He concluded his rousing, passionate and often humorous address by urging listeners to "make a difference."

The chairman of the Committee for Open Debate of the Holocaust spoke about his recent visits to college campuses to talk with students about the importance of free speech and free expression on the Holocaust issue. (Due to technical difficulties, some of the audio of this presentation was lost.)

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