a smear campaign against Green Party Vice Presidential candidate Ajamu Baraka.)
Gerard Menuhin, son of renowned violinist Yehudi Menuhin, offers disturbing answers. His book Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil (click the title for a free download) provides a stunning compilation of repressed quotes and facts that, taken together, challenge the conventional narrative of mainstream history.
What led a prominent Jewish figure like Gerard Menuhin to take on such a "third rail" issue as holocaust revisionism – and then situate it in the context of an alleged intergenerational Jewish conspiracy for world domination via the "New World Order"? Those who find his message disturbing (as I do) should take the time to understand what he is saying, and then attempt to refute whatever is refutable. Calling him names does not qualify as a refutation.
Here is a brief statement by Gerard Menuhin elaborating on some of his statements in this interview:
Reflections on the Human Race and how it could have been successful
by Gerard Menuhin
The human race has failed and is doomed to a fate in which its state will be lower than any it has experienced to date, with the obvious exception of those who have placed it there.
Occasionally, I wonder what the world would have been like had a certain ethnicity, or in the majority of cases as is commonly accepted, a claimed ethnicity, and its rapacious followers, not intruded in its development. By this I mean that the average human, with all his inborn defects, but also his inborn abilities and interests, would quite likely have succeeded in creating a balanced environment for himself, in which the important human constituents counted most.
Deriving first from personal responsibility and common sense, he would have respected himself, as a responsible individual but also a member of a community, who lived among others and therefore was at all times potentially responsible towards (not for) them.
He would have respected the natural environment in all its forms, as he would have respected cultural diversity in all its forms. Different cultures would have been able to survive within their inherited territorial boundaries, independent of national borders.
Perhaps in solitary communion with nature, he would have accepted his role as a humble being among other beings, and yet have experienced the spiritual exaltation which comes from this bond.
He would have strived for a fulfilling existence through the realization of his internal drives, rather than by externalizing his modish persona, by buying unnecessary objects he couldn’t afford, as a distraction from the burden of being alive. He would not have degraded himself by debasing his body, his health, his appearance through bad food and absurd fashion.
Collectively, he would have ensured sufficient natural food, clean water and air for all. He would have developed an educational system which catered to individual needs, resulting in a fulfilled individual, who could form a life in tune with his interests.
He would have reproduced with forethought, according to his inherited culture.
Goods and services needed by any community would have been exchanged either by barter or by means of some commonly accepted, portable symbol of worth, which could not have been accumulated against interest. The exclusion of money and interest as we know it today, would remind us of its actual value as nothing more than a handy medium of exchange.
Finally, having concluded a fulfilled life, the individual would accept that he is a biological element of the planet, destined to die and to join other biological elements, without rebellion and without superstitious need of support from organized religion or any similar substitute.
This is not a utopian projection. It would have been perfectly feasible, if humanity had been allowed to develop organically.