Jamie Kelso, Dec. 28, 2010: Mark Weber

December 28, 2010

Mark Weber, Director of the Institute for Historical Review in Orange County, California is Jamie Kelso’s guest on the December 28, 2010 show. Mark Weber talks about Charles A. Lindbergh as being emblematic of America and White America both before World War II and after. Weber talks about the May 23, 1941 address by Lindbergh to a roaring overflow crowd of America Firsters in Madison Square Garden. Kelso is happily stunned to learn from Weber that Wilmot Robertson told him that he was in that wildly cheering Madison Square Garden crowd of 25,000 with 10,000 overflowing in the streets of New York City. Listeners to the Kelso show are familiar with Wilmot Robertson as the editor of Instauration magazine, all 291 issues of which Kelso is uploading to Mark Weber offers CDs of the amazing speech heard by a 26-year-old Wilmot Robertson for only $9.95 at And there is an entire sub-forum devoted to Charles Lindbergh and photos of Lindbergh’s home taken by Kelso at his forum

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