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Re: quotes from Gerard Menuhin: Revisionist Jew, Son of Famous Violinist

Postby Carto's Cutlass Supreme » 3 years 11 months ago (Wed Dec 30, 2015 2:42 am)

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I find it interesting that in the same month the media were all over his two interviews back in November 2005, for comments I didn't find really that controversial. Yet, today nothing has been said


If the media can't pair holocaust denial to something crazy or bad, then they resort to just nothing at all. I think if a respected university history professor publicly said denier some aspect of the holocaust, it might be the same.

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Re: quotes from Gerard Menuhin: Revisionist Jew, Son of Famous Violinist

Postby Hektor » 3 years 11 months ago (Wed Dec 30, 2015 7:39 pm)

Carto's Cutlass Supreme wrote:NLH wrote
I find it interesting that in the same month the media were all over his two interviews back in November 2005, for comments I didn't find really that controversial. Yet, today nothing has been said


If the media can't pair holocaust denial to something crazy or bad, then they resort to just nothing at all. I think if a respected university history professor publicly said denier some aspect of the holocaust, it might be the same.
Even if they can't pair, they'll still try. They're masters in portraying a harmless thing bad and normal things crazy.

There seems to be some fatigue, when dealing with the Holocaust.

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Re: quotes from Gerard Menuhin: Revisionist Jew, Son of Famous Violinist

Postby Free Speech » 3 years 11 months ago (Thu Dec 31, 2015 1:00 pm)

NLH wrote:**[snip]**
The English Wikipedia does (a friend created it a few days ago.

English Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerard_Menuhin


This is off-topic (sorry) but we need someone to write a book review of Butz's "Hoax of the Twentieth Century" or the article is going to be deleted. I "watch" a lot of articles on Wikipedia and can help edit it but I'm not too good at writing and am slow at typing. Please don't cut-paste unless it is clear that the cut-paste comes from a Creative Commons source.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hoax_ ... th_Century

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Re: quotes from Gerard Menuhin: Revisionist Jew, Son of Famous Violinist

Postby Carto's Cutlass Supreme » 3 years 11 months ago (Thu Dec 31, 2015 6:41 pm)

Hi Free Speech: just make it a new topic.

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Re: quotes from Gerard Menuhin: Revisionist Jew, Son of Famous Violinist

Postby Kingfisher » 3 years 8 months ago (Thu Mar 31, 2016 3:45 am)

Kingfisher wrote:
Carto's Cutlass Supreme wrote:Also of note is that the Barnes Review is involved in publishing this. That's the late Willis Carto's organization, and Carto had ties to Switzerland where the Edison heir lived. There may be a connection. For all the bad things said about Carto, yet here is his organization helping put out this book.

Not sure of the Barnes connection, but Germar appears to be the driving force behind this, via Codoh and Castle Hill Publishers (Germar's own imprint now merged with Codoh). I think they and Barnes carry each others' lists.

Germar asked me to post the following clarification:
Gerard Menuhin complained about false claims re. his recent book, Engl. edition. See his email below. For some reason CHP was erroneously listed as the publisher on Amazon and Nielsens, when in fact it is TBR. Oddly enough, when TBR found out about it, they did nothing to change it. I managed to get it changed, some three weeks ago, though. So we fixed that.
Another issue are claims that I helped Menuhin get the book out, as is states here, for instance:
viewtopic.php?f=2&t=10013&hilit=Germar#p75785

As Gerard indicates with the below email, the background is different. On Feb 16, 2015, Paul Angel from TBR got Gerard in touch with me after they had tentatively agreed that TBR would publish the English edition. Paul stated to me: "Gerard Menuhin has a book I think you can be of help with and might be interested in publishing." I called Paul instantly, and we agreed that I should look over the book to see whether I would be interested. At that point he even indicated that I could and even should do both the English and the German edition, since I'm doing bilingual publishing, and because he could then take the finished product and market it through our shared PoD channels (at that point in time CHP and TBR had one shared PoD account, but no longer). Paul Angel sent me the Word file in an email on Feb 17. After I had initiated contact with Mr. Menuhin, he offered me in an email of Feb 18 to get the book out in a German translation. I informed Gerard in an email of Feb 19 about the option suggested by Paul Angel that I can do both the English and the German edition.
However, after some forth and back it was decided that TBR will do the English edition, but Paul Angel wanted me to do the peer review of the book, about which I informed Menuhin in an email on Feb 26 saying "Paul asked me to do the peer review, after he's done with editing and layout. Then, once it is all done, we can translate it into German, which would then be a CHP project." I then continued by saying that there are "a number of inaccurate statements which should be corrected," to which Gerard reacted in a way leading me to suggest in an email of Feb 27 that Jürgen Graf might be the best option for a German translator, and that I would postpone my agreed-upon peer review process until Paul Angel was done formatting the book in such a way as to facilitate the review process. In an email of March 7, Gerard wrote "The inaccuracies you have already mentioned and any further corrections you may have to suggest will of course be gratefully accepted."
While the book was being worked on by both Paul Angel (English editing) and Jürgen Graf (German translation), Jürgen wrote in an email on June 19, 2015 that Gerard's book "is enormously explosive" and that Graf is "discovering numerous mistakes" which he is correcting in the process. Graf and Angel thus agreed that all corrections made to the book's German translation in coordination with the author would also be included in the English edition. This resulted in my dropping out as a peer reviewer on stand-by. It also caused the publication of the English edition being delayed until Graf's German translation/peer reviewing process was finished (which was the case sometime in September/October 2015, if I understand this correctly).
Fact is therefore that I was involved in this project only initially and merely at the periphery, but that I never actually contributed anything to it.

I hope this clarifies the situation.

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Re: quotes from Gerard Menuhin: Revisionist Jew, Son of Famous Violinist

Postby Hannover » 3 years 8 months ago (Thu Mar 31, 2016 10:57 am)

And what "inaccuracies" are there?
Do they change the content of the OP in this thread?
Or, are these technical issues such as grammar, spelling, publishing info., etc?

Thanks, Hannover
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Re: quotes from Gerard Menuhin: Revisionist Jew, Son of Famous Violinist

Postby Kingfisher » 3 years 8 months ago (Thu Mar 31, 2016 1:07 pm)

Hannover wrote:And what "inaccuracies" are there?
Do they change the content of the OP in this thread?
Or, are these technical issues such as grammar, spelling, publishing info., etc?

Thanks, Hannover

Who are you asking? I simply posted what Germar requested. Direct any questions to Germar.

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Re: quotes from Gerard Menuhin: Revisionist Jew, Son of Famous Violinist

Postby Hannover » 3 years 8 months ago (Thu Mar 31, 2016 3:25 pm)

I was asking you, Kingfisher.
I thought that you were perhaps in some special capacity with Germar & CODOH and might have knowledge of specifics. Specifics which are lacking in your post which does not address the quotes in the OP.

Regards, Hannover
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Re: quotes from Gerard Menuhin: Revisionist Jew, Son of Famous Violinist

Postby Kingfisher » 3 years 8 months ago (Sat Apr 02, 2016 5:51 am)

Hannover wrote:I was asking you, Kingfisher.
I thought that you were perhaps in some special capacity with Germar & CODOH and might have knowledge of specifics. Specifics which are lacking in your post which does not address the quotes in the OP.

Regards, Hannover

Questions to Germar. I copy/pasted it at his request and haven't even read it with any sort of attention.

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Re: quotes from Gerard Menuhin: Revisionist Jew, Son of Famous Violinist

Postby Carto's Cutlass Supreme » 3 years 8 months ago (Sun Apr 03, 2016 9:53 pm)

"The Germar" is always so modest. What I get from reading that note is Germar first brought up the issue some inaccuracies, and that led to getting the inaccuracies fixed, which is a big deal and thanks to Germar for noticing and initiating that. But also noted is the help of Jürgen Graf and the gracious and admirable demeanor of Gerard in accepting the corrections.


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