The show was mildly interesting, and would probably be of little interest to anyone who didn't live in Sweden in the 1980's and therefore doesn't remember that decade as the years of Palme-el-Sayed-Gorbachev. However, it becomes really interesting toward the end (ca 01:20:30 into the podcast), when el-Sayed gives his own explanation to why everything went south in 1986. Unlike most people, such as the media and the court that put him in jail, he doesn't blame the crash on his lying and shady business.
Instead, he blames "the Zionists". He says:
"P G Gyllenhammar [the head of Volvo at the time], he's dependent upon the Zionist organization in the world. P G Gyllenhammar is a part of that group, directly or indirectly."
In el-Sayed's mind, powerful international Jewish business people wanted him to fail, and didn't want him to become a player on the international financial markets because he's an Arab, born in Egypt. All this to protect Israel. The show can be downloaded here.
Personen som kommenterar el-Sayeds påståenden om Gyllenhammar och "sionisterna" avfärdar det som en "efterhandskonstruktion". Som om det vore vilken efterhandskonstruktion som helst? Jag undrar om det bottnar i okunskap eller ovilja när man utelämnar den uppenbart antijudiska dimensionen av "efterhandskonstuktionen". Det är knappast första gången det händer.