Mark Weber and Paul Fromm
DVD Video, approx. 108 minutes
Stock Number: D116
In these memorable, spirited addresses, two seasoned speakers tackle headline-making issues at an IHR meeting in Arlington, Virginia, July 8, 2006. Paul Fromm, director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression, speaks with humor, verve and first-hand knowledge about the battle for free speech in Canada and Europe, and the legal persecution of “political prisoners” such as British historian David Irving, and German-Canadian publisher Ernst Zundel.
Mark Weber, director of the Institute for Historical Review, speaks about the looming danger of a new war in the Middle East, the Jewish-Zionist grip on American foreign policy, and the pressing task of reaching more people. In this thoughtful, informed and eloquent address, he details the campaign for war against Iran, citing recent remarks by high-level US officials. He concludes on a rousing note, stressing that “we are engaged in a great, historical battle for the soul and future of humanity itself.”