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The stubborn reality of Jewish-Zionist power by Mark Weber (Text of an address given on October 1, 2016, at a meeting organized by the Institute for Historical Review in Irvine, California. Kevin MacDonald and Gilad Atzmon also addressed this gathering. The text has been slightly edited, and source…
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by Mark Weber OVER THE CENTURIES, hostility against Jews has repeatedly erupted in terrible violence. Again and again, Jews have been driven out of countries where they’d been living. Why does anti-Semitism exist? And why has rage against Jews broken out, again and again, in the most varied nations,…
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by Robert Row LATE IN 1932, about a year after the financial crisis that rocked Britain to its foundations and heralded the great depression of the thirties, George Bernard Shaw said at a Fabian meeting in London: “You may remember the eloquence with which Mr. Ramsay MacDonald begged the nation…
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Classic Essays

by Mark Weber THE ANGLO-BOER WAR of 1899-1902 was more than the first major military clash of the 20th century. Pitting as it did the might of the globe-girdling British Empire, backed by international finance, against a small pioneering nation of independent-minded farmers, ranchers and merchants…
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by Mark Weber (pictured) AUSCHWITZ is regarded as the most notorious Nazi extermination center. During World War II, we are told, hundreds of thousands of prisoners — most of them Jewish — were systematically killed there, especially in gas chambers. Auschwitz was unquestionably a place of horror,…
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NewsReports

EDITOR’S NOTE: Mark Weber is correct. And Obama is wrong when he says that we should not “fall back into tribes.” Every successful nation that has ever come into being has been based on kinship — that is, on shared ancestry and culture. But when a nation becomes an empire, it…
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by Mark Weber DURING THE Second World War, George Orwell (pictured) wrote a weekly radio political commentary, designed to counter German and Japanese propaganda in India, that was broadcast over the BBC overseas service. His wartime work for the BBC was a major inspiration for his monumental novel,…
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by Mark Weber (pictured) Text of address given at the “Hollywoodism” conference in Tehran, Iran, on Feb. 6, 2013 LAST SEPTEMBER, during my first visit to Iran, an incident occurred that underscores the importance of our meeting here this week. Perhaps eight of us — men and women from several different…
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by Robert Faurisson (pictured) THE PHOTOGRAPHY EXPOSITION “Mémoire des camps,” currently on view in Paris at the seventeenth century palace known as the Hôtel de Sully, is stirring disquiet in some Jewish circles. This exposition, from which care has been taken to eliminate a few too…
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by Paul Findley (pictured) NINE-ELEVEN WOULD not have occurred if the U.S. government had refused to help Israel humiliate and destroy Palestinian society. Few express this conclusion publicly, but many believe it is the truth. I believe the 9/11 catastrophe could have been prevented if any U.S.…
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