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Weber, together with host James Edwards and co-host Bill Roland talk about the new books, articles and television broadcasts that are challenging the familiar view of World War II history, including the recently published book by Patrick J. Buchanan. During this hour-long guest appearance, Weber explains what’s behind this new and growing skepticism about the official “Good War” mythology, and why it’s important. He dissects some widely-accepted myths about the war, and spells out why the outcome was a major setback for Europe and the West. The great victors – the United States and the Soviet Union – worked to establish a “new world order” based on an egalitarian-universalist ideology.

Weber takes aim at the shameful pandering to Israel and Jewish-Zionist power by Obama, McCain and Clinton. The IHR director also reviews the disastrous consequences, for Americans and the world, of Washington’s open-ended support for Israel. When Israel was established in 1948, he points out, nearly every important American official responsible for US foreign policy warned against US support for the new Zionist state.

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.

An informative and thoughtful perspective on World War II, with a dissident look at its origins and consequences, especially the US role. Runtime: one hour and 20 minutes. Weber debunks the familiar portrayal of the war as a morally clear-cut fight between Good and Evil

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.

In this spirited, fast-paced session, Weber and host James Edwards talk about the presidential primary election campaign and what it means. Promises of "change" by all the leading candidates reflect the fears of a confused and misled people. America 's major problems, including the country’s rapid "third-worldization,” says Weber, are rooted in policies and trends that have been in place for many years. Weber and Edwards talk about the betrayal of our political leaders, and the corruption of our political and cultural life, and the need for new, alternative leadership.

In a contentious session, Mark Weber and host Larson debate US support for Israel, Israel’s policies, the role of the Holocaust in American life, the Israel lobby, and the Iran “threat.” This popular Lars Larson show is broadcast on KXL, a major talk radio station in Portland, Oregon. The host, who is a fervent supporter of Israel, begins by mentioning a forthcoming talk by Weber at the University of Oregon. Weber stresses that the US alliance with Israel is harmful to American interests, and to the interests of world peace.

The IHR director and host Jeff Rense examine the power and dangerous role of the Israel lobby. They cite an important new book, The Israel Lobby and US Foreign Policy, a best-selling work that convincingly details how US support for Israel gravely harms authentic American interests. During this hour-long segment, Weber and Rense also discuss the immensely disproportionate power of the organized Jewish community, and how open discussion of Jewish-Zionist power and the US alliance with Israel is curtailed.

The little-known story of brutal mistreatment and mass killings of German civilians and prisoners at the end of World War II is the topic during this hour-long broadcast. Weber also discusses a sobering new book, After the Reich, which details the shameful story of mistreatment of Germans by the victorious Allied powers. Weber and host Rense also talk about popular but dangerous illusions about World War II, including the myth that it was a conflict between “good guys” and “bad guys.”

During an hour-long segment, guest Mark Weber and host Michael Herzog talk about how the Holocaust is used to promote the Jewish-Zionist agenda, the power and harmful role of the pro-Israel lobby, Third Reich Germany’s Jewish policy, how open debate about Israel and Jewish lobby is curtailed in our society, and more. Herzog’s ”American Awakening” show is aired on the Republic Broadcasting Network (RBN).

The power and impact of the pro-Israel lobby is the focus of this half-hour appearance by the IHR director. Weber speaks with James Edwards and his co-host about a new book, The Israel Lobby and U. S. Foreign Policy, which presents convincing evidence to show that US support for Israel is dangerously harmful to American interests, and that unquestioning US backing for the Zionist state is due mainly to the intimidating power of well-financed Jewish groups. Weber also speaks about the mind-set of the American Christians who ardently support Israel, about the campaign for a new war against Iran, and about the Internet as a key factor in increasing awareness of Jewish-Zionist power.

During another fast-paced session, host James Edwards and Mark Weber discuss the immigration issue, the likelihood of war with Iran, the Iraq war, the Bush administration’s policies, prospects for changes in US policy, the betrayal of the two major political parties, why Americans have not acted to remove the failed political leaders, the mission of the IHR, and more. Weber is on the air during the second half-hour of this two-hour-long broadcast. “The Political Cesspool” is broadcast on WLRM radio, Memphis Tenn.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.

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