henrymakow.com – Nov 18, 2019
Wikipedia- “Gerard Menuhin (born 1948 in Scotland) is a Holocaust denier and far-right activist, associated with the neo-Nazi movement in Germany.
His book Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil, published in 2015, argues that the Holocaust is “the biggest lie in history”, that Jews are an “alien, demonic force which seeks to dominate the world”, that Jews are flooding Europe with non-white races, to create a “society of racial mongrels, under the rule of a “new Jewish nobility”, and plan to create a one-world government. Menuhin argues that “the world owes Adolf Hitler an apology”.
He is the son of the [Jewish] violinist Yehudi Menuhin and [Gentile] dancer Diana Gould, and brother of pianist Jeremy Menuhin.
Disclaimer – I disagree with Gerard Menuhin. The Jewish holocaust was not a hoax. Even David Irving admits two million Jews were gassed.
Furthermore, unlike Menuhin, I believe Hitler was False Opposition, an Illuminati agent charged with leading Germany to destruction. Nevertheless, this book should be on your radar. I would like your opinion. It is available for free as a pdf.
by Gerard Menuhin
Have you ever asked yourself why the world won’t come to rest?
Why your parents, grandparents or great-grandparents had to die in wars that never should have occurred in the first place?
A book of monumental importance for the people of the world today. Many know that something is not right in the world. Nations engage in perpetual war while bankers and armaments makers line their pockets from the carnage. The average citizen of the world has been cut out of the decision-making process of government, whether he lives in a democracy, republic, theocracy or dictatorship.
All the while, the ruling elite grow stronger and richer as the real producers struggle to survive. Behind the scenes, events are controlled by a coterie of ethnic puppet masters who work their marionettes in high places out of public view. How did this world get to the dark place it is today? Who could have stopped it and what can we do today?