Mark Weber’s Worldwatch Debut – Tue., Apr. 7, 2009

April 7, 2009

Behind the Uproar Over `Holocaust Denial’

In this first Worldwatch broadcast, IHR director Mark Weber looks at the campaign against “Holocaust denial,” including the bizarre laws in some countries that punish dissidents as “thought criminals.” He reviews the outrageous treatment of Ernst Zundel, Germar Rudolf, and many others who have been imprisoned, fined and forced into exile for non-conformist views on this politicized chapter of history. This well-organized global campaign, explains Weber, and the recent Bishop Williamson affair, underscore a well-entrenched Jewish-Zionist bias in the cultural life of modern Western society, and point up the power behind that bias.

A high-quality version of this broadcast archive can be found here.

7 MB / 32 kbps stereo / 0 hour 29 min.

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2 Responses to “Mark Weber’s Worldwatch Debut – Tue., Apr. 7, 2009”

  1. George on April 7th, 2009 10:55 pm

    Factual and well worded. The second half seemed to flow better for some reason. This is a good starting point. Hopefully, in the future there will be some fresher material.

  2. K-Sensor on April 8th, 2009 12:38 pm

    Excellent show. Loved it and would have liked more.