July 20, 2011
Part 1: Why the Campaign Against `Nazi War Criminals’ is Unjust and Harmful
What’s behind the seemingly endless campaign to prosecute and punish “Nazi war criminals”? Weber cites specific cases to show that the decades-long effort to punish those who killed or mistreated Jews during World War II is motivated not by honest regard for justice, but to further Jewish-Zionist group interests. “Justice applied selectively is not justice, but a form of injustice,” he says. Weber also examines the widely repeated claim that “Diversity is our strength.” As he points out, the politicians and Jewish-Zionist groups that push for policies to promote “diversity” in the US and other countries simultaneously insist that Israel must be maintained as a specifically Jewish ethno-religious state.
Part 2: The Sobering Message of a Important European Best Seller
In the second half of this broadcast, Weber takes a closer look at the message and impact of the most important and influential books of recent years, “Germany Does Away With Itself,” a work by German writer Thilo Sarrazin that has sold more than a million copies.
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