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Fredrick Töben reviews Gerard Menuhin's new book

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-01-09 11:29

Gerard Menuhin: Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil

A review by Fredrick Töben

The book has no chapters but divides into four sections, which makes for challenging reading:

I–to p 162: Thwarted: Humanity’s Last Grasp For Freedom;

II–to p 294: Identified: Illumination Or The Diagnostic Of Darkness;

III–to p 366: Extinguished: Civilization;

IV–to p 457: Final Stage: Communist Vassalage.

Section I: Thwarted:

Humanity’s Last Grasp For Freedom

The heading conveys a grave, almost certainly a pessimistic message, and so with pencil in hand I begin to read through the section and immediately notice how Menuhin’s autobiographical account of his awakening to the German problem begins at home in England between the expressed views of his mother and father on the gassing allegations. His mother reminds him that had he been about in Germany during the war, then he would have been gassed, while his father, Yehudi – 1916-1999, the world renowned violinist – never talks about the war. This creates a conceptual dissonance that is further accentuated through Menuhin spending a year at the primary section of the private Salem boarding school at Lake Constance where he feels the German children around him are just like any other children. And later he also realizes that it does not make sense to him that a highly cultured nation, such as Germany has always been, could have become a part of a genocidal plan to exterminate the Jews. The final straw moment, so to speak, occurs when he is engaged in cleaning up his late grandparents’ home and finds copies of Gerhard Frey’s National-Zeitung.

The Heretics' Hour: Were 86 Jews gassed at the Natzweiler-Struthof camp?

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2014-04-14 19:29
 
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April 14, 2014

Germar Rudolf joins Carolyn to discuss how credible the Natzweiler gassing story is. Their verdict is: not at all but another method of inducing death may have been used. More research is necessary. The Treblinka “Star of David Tile” hoax featured in the Smithsonian Institution TV documentary was also discussed. Charles Krafft and Fredrick Toben called during the last half hour about Richard Kriege. Highlights:

  • Autopsies of bodies found at Natzweiler did not show signs of gassing, according to report found by Robert Faurisson;
  • The Josef Kramer confession, that he personally carried out the gassings, is absurd;
  • The anthropologists involved were found not guilty or found guilty of something but served no time;
  • Latest developments at the Treblinka “archaeological dig” carried out by Caroline Sturdy Colls;
  • Colls and Smithsonian TV directors try to pass off a star-shaped trademark on back of some tile pieces as a Star of David, indicating, by some stretch of the imagination, a “gas chamber”;
  • Colls faces a conundrum in how to follow academic standards while at the same time not going against “holocaust” laws, according to Germar;
  • New work coming out by revisionists is mentioned.

Image: Alleged "gas chamber" room that was supposedly rigged up for the limited gassing procedure, in a house one mile from the camp. Enlarge