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Mark Weber’s Worldwatch – Tue., May 12, 2009

May 12, 2009

The Weight of Tradition: Ancient Roots of Modern Conflict

Israel’s brutal and aggressive policies, including its inhumane treatment of non-Jews, as well as the often arrogant outlook of the organized Jewish community, reflect a centuries-old mindset that has roots in the Hebrew scriptures (the “Old Testament”). As Weber explains in this broadcast, Judaism is not just “another religion.” Its character and core values are markedly unlike those of Christianity and the other great world religions. Jews are encouraged to regard themselves as separate from the rest of humanity, and as members of a community with interests distinct from those of everyone else.

7 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 28 min.

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Mark Weber’s Worldwatch – Tue., May 5, 2009

May 5, 2009

An Unknown Holocaust: Mass Killing, `Ethnic Cleansing’ and Brutal Mistreatment of Germans by the Victorious Allies

Weber reviews the little-known story of misery and death imposed by the victors on defeated Germany in the aftermath of World War II. The Allied powers imposed an “unknown holocaust” of destruction, looting, starvation, rape, “ethnic cleansing,” and mass killing. More than 14 million Germans were expelled or forced to flee from eastern and central Europe. Some three million Germans died needlessly — about two million civilians, mostly women, children and elderly, and one million prisoners of war. Weber also highlights the Allied double standard in putting German leaders to death for policies that the Allies themselves were carrying out, sometimes on a far greater scale.

7 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 30 min.

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Mark Weber’s Worldwatch – Tue., Apr. 28, 2009

April 28, 2009

World War II: Non-Conformist Views of the ‘Good War’

Churchill and Hitler

In a presentation packed with startling facts and provocative observations, Weber takes aim at the conventional view of World War II as conflict between Good and Evil. He reviews and quotes from two recent revisionist books: Human Smoke, by Nicholson Baker, and Churchill, Hitler and ‘The Unnecessary War’, by Patrick J. Buchanan. Weber tackles a range of widely accepted myths, including the “Big Lie” that Hitler was trying to “conquer the world,” and discredits the iconic image of Winston Churchill as a great statesman.

7 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 30 min.

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Mark Weber’s Worldwatch – Tue., Apr. 21, 2009

April 21, 2009

Behind the Hunt for `Nazi War Criminals’

Demjanjuk

Weber reviews the 30-year ordeal of John Demjanjuk, and the outrageous record of fraud and vengeful, one-sided “justice” of the US government’s “Nazi hunting” agency. US officials are now seeking to deport Demjanjuk, a frail 89-year-old, to stand trial in Germany. Weber reviews Washington’s shameful campaign against Kurt Waldheim, Frank Walus, and other “Nazis.” This entire campaign, says Weber, is an expression of the privileged status in the US for Jewish concerns and interests, and of the Jewish-Zionist grip on America’s cultural and social-political life.

7 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 31 min.

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Mark Weber’s Worldwatch – Tue., Apr. 14, 2009

April 14, 2009

Straight Talk About Zionism

Weber critically examines Zionism as an ideology and social-political movement. He reviews its origins and history, including the little-known story of Zionist collaboration with Third Reich Germany during the 1930s. Citing statements by Jewish and Israeli leaders, Weber notes that the essence of Zionism is its view of Jews as a distinct people or nationality, with interests separate from those of non-Jews. Zionists, he explains, insist that Jews everywhere owe a primary loyalty to Israel and the world Jewish community.

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

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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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Mark Weber’s Worldwatch Debut (high-quality)

April 7, 2009

This is a high-quality version of the broadcast archive posted here.

26 MB / 128 kbps stereo / 0 hour 29 min.

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Announcing a new program: Worldwatch with Mark Weber

April 2, 2009

The Voice of Reason Broadcast Network is pleased to announce a new program, Worldwatch, with your host, historian and author Mark Weber of the Institute for Historical Review. The show runs this Tuesday, 9pm, Eastern U.S. time.

Everyone is looking forward to Mark’s new show on VoR. You don’t want to miss it!

About Mark Weber

Mark Weber
Mark Weber, historian and author, is director of the Institute for Historical Review, an independent “think tank” and publishing-educational enterprise based in southern California.

He is the author of many articles, reviews, and essays dealing with historical, political, and social issues, which have appeared in a variety of periodicals, and in a range of languages.

Weber has been a guest on numerous radio talk shows, and has appeared many times on television, including on the nationally broadcast “Hannity and Colmes” and “Montel Williams” shows. He has conducted countless interviews with television, radio and print journalists from across the United States, and from Britain, Germany, Sweden, Lebanon, Iran, South Africa, and other countries.

He was born in Portland, Oregon, where he was also raised. He studied history at the University of Illinois (Chicago), the University of Munich (Germany), and Portland State University, from where he received a bachelor’s degree in history (with high honors). He then did graduate work in history at Indiana University (Bloomington), where he served as a history instructor and received a Master’s degree in European history.

In 1988 he testified for five days in Toronto District Court as a recognized expert witness on Germany’s wartime Jewish policy and the Holocaust issue.

During the five years he lived in Washington, DC, he carried out extensive historical research at the National Archives and the Library of Congress.

He lived and worked for two and one-half years in Germany (Bonn and Munich), and for a time in Ghana (West Africa), where he taught English, history, and geography at an all-Black secondary school.

He has been Director of the IHR since 1995. For nine years he was editor of the IHR’s Journal of Historical Review.

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