Audio Archive

 

Lady Michele Renouf, an actress, professional model and author who lives in London, spoke of the intellectual-spiritual odyssey that brought her to a heightened awareness of the importance of truthful history.

The director of the IHR told the story of President Truman's fateful decision in 1948 to recognize the new Zionist state proclaimed in Palestine. In doing so, Truman rejected the stern warnings of his Secretary of State, George C. Marshal, and other high-level U.S. foreign policy experts, who predicted that US backing for Israel would inevitably draw the U.S. into endless strife in the Middle East.

The director of the We Hold These Truths center reports on his visit to the Zionist-occupied Gaza region of Palestine, and talks about the profound influence of the Scofield Reference Bible, a widely used version of the scriptures with strongly pro-Zionist commentary.

The director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression speaks on the outrageous treatment of Ernst Zundel, the German-born civil rights activist and publicist who is being held as a political prisoner.

Mark Weber, the Director of the Institute for Historical Review, discusses the ongoing exposure of Jewish power worldwide and the case of political prisoner Ernst Zündel.

There are new developments in the Ernst Zündel case, which could mark the beginning of the Canadian establishment's admitting that it made a mistake in persecuting this innocent man. Mark Weber discusses the latest news and its implications for people worldwide struggling for freedom and independence from the Jewish power structure.

Best-selling British historian David Irving speaks on the parallels between aspects of the war in Iraq and World War II, and how the US invasion of Iraq has fueled global distrust of America and hostility toward the United States.

Mark Weber reviews the now-discredited claims about a supposedly grave and imminent threat posed by Iraq to America and the world made by President Bush and his administration to justify the US invasion and occupation of the country.

A writer and commentator who has often appeared on American television gives a moving and insightful Palestinian perspective on the seemingly intractable Israel-Palestine conflict. Taking aim at the hypocrisy on US policy in the Middle East, Said Arikat charges that US support for Israel's brutal oppression of Palestinians is a betrayal of the ideals that Americans claim to uphold.

With its 24-hour 50,000-watt signal, and enormous listening audience in the Los Angeles metropolitan area, KFI is easily the biggest talk-radio station on the west coast. And Ted O'Keefe and Mark Weber were scheduled for a live in-studio debate with Aaron Breitbart, senior researcher from the Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Center. Breitbart chickened out at the last minute, so for over 2 hours — from 7:30 PM until 10:00 PM — on the evening of December 17, 1990, roughly a million KFI listeners from as far away as Oregon and Texas got an unforgettable dose of history in accord with the facts. This is probably the most effective case for Holocaust revisionism ever carried over the airwaves.

An outstanding Christian Palestinian scholar provides an eloquent, informed look into the background and origins of the seemingly endless strife in the Holy Land. Hadawi, author of Bitter Harvest, and co-author of the two-volume Palestine Diary, examines the grim record of Jewish-Zionist encroachment and dispossession.

A scholarly but fervent look at the origins of the Israel-Palestine conflict, the Zionist grip on US policy, and Israel's genocidal policies toward the non-Jewish population of the Holy Land, by an outstanding Palestinian diplomat and historian (author of the two-volume Encyclopedia of the Palestine Question).

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