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James Thring on Zionist Coup in UK; Gerard Menuhin on “Truth for Dummies”
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First 20 minutes: James Thring is a retired architect-planner concerned about the Middle East since Israel’s 1967 War. He designed the first Cambridge Autonomous House in 1971 with a view to helping people isolated from public services, as in Palestine, and applied the technology to a plan for Saharan Libya in 1975. He has been in the front lines of UK peace activism, which has pitted him against the Israeli lobby, the main instigator of war in today’s West. In this interview we discuss the Israeli takeover of Britain, including Israel’s use of its treasonous “British” assets to prevent Jeremy Corbyn from becoming Prime Minister.

Final 35 minutes: Gerard “Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil” Menuhin is one of Europe’s most interesting and controversial authors and commentators. The son of famous peace activist and anti-Zionist musician Yahudi Menuhin, Gerard has gone several steps further in calling out the forces he deems responsible for most wars and avoidable human suffering. I fully agree with his suggestion in his new short play “Truth for Dummies, or: Ms Jones and Mr. Bagman” that riba (usury) is the prime force behind the ever-worsening enslavement of mankind.

You can also listen to him in earlier interviews discussing his autobiography, his book Lies and Gravy, and his famous and much-censored revisionist classic Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil.

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  1. T. Weed says:

    It’s always a pleasure to hear of, or from, Gerard Menuhin. I read his Tell The Truth when it was first published by Barnes, reviewed it on Amazon, recommended it to others, gave copies away, and exchanged emails for a while with Mr. Menuhin.
    However (alas!), I can’t hear his voice, because the sound is too low, even with my volume at 100%. I (and others) have complained of this before, but nothing has been done about it.

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    , @AnalogMan
  2. GeeBee says:
    @T. Weed

    I agree with you totally that Gerard Menuhin is a remarkable man, whose honesty is matched by his bravery.

    As for the sound, I can hear the dialogue reasonably well, but I cannot understand why Mr Barrett has to drown out both himself and, at times, his guests with the absurd ‘music’ which he leaves playing during his introductions etc.

  3. Billy Thistle [AKA "anon"] says:

    Barrett’s volume does indeed waver from normal to inaudibly low throughout the interview. Gerard’s however is steady. Are you aware there are two volume controls? I would suggest you make sure the volume control on the podcast bar within the actual page just under the article title is at full measure. Immediately after the counter that ticks off the time remaining, you’ll find this other volume control which is the base for total volume possible. My guess is that your control on the short white bar after the countdown clock is not fully extended. Use your cursor like Viagra to get full extension and enjoy the results!

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  4. T. Weed says:
    @Billy Thistle

    Thank you, Anon. It helped; not totally flaccid, but not erect, either. Maybe, like me, my laptop is too old to benefit from such tweaking.

  5. AnalogMan says:
    @T. Weed

    I agree with your recommendation of Tell the Truth. However, I would further recommend that anybody who plans to read it should first read The Controversy of Zion, by Douglas Reed, available for free download from I read them in that order, and Menuhin’s book misses a lot of background that Reed covers.

    Reed was a foreign correspondent for the London Times in the years before, during and after World War II. He has written first-hand accounts of the period, and of the battles for Rhodesia and South Africa. Controversy was his Magnum Opus, which almost didn’t get published at all. It’s a fascinating story covering 2500 years of history that you didn’t learn in school.

    Controversy was written in 1956, and concludes with the events of that year: the Suez Crisis, the Hungarian Revolution. For my money, it’s the best book I’ve ever read, on any subject. Menuhin seamlessly takes up the narrative from there, and brings it up to date. Really, everybody should read both books, and preferably in that order.

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