World War II Mythology, Battling for Free Speech, and 'Anti-Semitism'

Mark Weber, Paul Fromm and Mark Green to Address IHR Meeting, May 24

For years our politicians and media have presented a highly skewed portrayal of history and current events. As a result, our nation can neither understand itself nor direct its sight clearly toward the future.

At a May 24 IHR meeting in southern California, three seasoned speakers will cut through the fog of deceit and lies with informed, taboo-breaking perspective on important issues.

Mark Weber, director of the IHR, will speak on

The 'Good War' Myth of World War II, and Why It's Dangerous

More than sixty years after the end of World War II, our schools, motion pictures and politicians still present a systematically distorted and hate-filled view of that conflict. In his address, Weber will pull apart the myth that World War II was a morally clear-cut fight between "good" Allies and an "evil" enemy. He'll explain why this myth is not just bad history, it's also very harmful -- for America and the world.

Paul Fromm, lecturer, veteran free speech activist, and director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression (http://www.canadianfreespeech.com/portal/index.php), will report on the headline-making battle for on-line free speech, highlighting the case of Marc Lemire. His address is entitled:

Sinking Internet Censorship in Canada

Mark Green, a one-time television talk-show host and author-editor of the new book, "Persecution, Privilege & Power," will deconstruct the term "Anti-Semitism," show how it is used as a political tool in our society, and explain why it"s important to resist the Zionist agenda. His talk is entitled

Media Mischief, Anti-Semitism, and Moral Clarity

Green's just-published book is a collection of thirty focused articles on Zionist and Israeli history, the impact of the pro-Israel lobby, and the US role in the Middle East. Included are writings by Kevin MacDonald, Charley Reese, Joe Sobran, Mark Weber, James Petras and Alison Weir. The book will be available for sale, and the author will be glad to autograph copies.

Join us Saturday evening, May 24, 2008, from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.

This meeting will be held at a hotel in Orange County, California. For security reasons, the precise location is not being made public. Details are being mailed to select persons in southern California, and are available to known friends of the IHR.

Admission: $15 per person, at the door.

Fresh-brewed coffee will be available, free of charge

Please dress appropriately. (No T-shirts.)

Join us for a memorable evening. Bring a friend!

INSTITUTE FOR HISTORICAL REVIEW
P.O. Box 2739, Newport Beach, CA 92659, USA
www.ihr.org
Tel. 714-593-9725

Mark Weber

Paul Fromm

Mark Green