Counter-Currents Radio Podcast No. 408 The Writers’ Bloc with Mark Weber on the Nuremberg Moral ParadigmCounter-Currents Radio
Mark Weber of the Institute for Historical Review was the guest on another exciting episode of The Writers’ Bloc, where he was joined by host Nick Jeelvy to discuss the Nuremberg Moral Paradigm and the importance of revisionist history, and it is now available for download and online listening. In order to better enjoy the show, you might want to read this brief educational program from the United Nations which deals with the topic as well.
The Nuremberg Moral Paradigm
Good guys vs. bad guys
Defects in the Nuremberg process
The need to show that the Germans started the war
Why revisionism is important
The new world order
A legal paradigm
The injustice of Nuremberg
A double standard
Denouncing the past
Critical race theory
American hegemony is over
Using the groyper strategy
The old America is not coming back
The ethnic mix of America
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