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Paperback Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion Book

ISBN: 1414700210

ISBN13: 9781414700212

Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion

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This description may be from another edition of this product. The Protocols were first published in 1903 by Pavolachi (or Pavel) Krushevan, an instigator of the Kishinew pogrom, in his Russian newspaper called Znamia. They were published in English through...

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A forgery but interesting from the historic view point

The Protocols were first published in 1903 by Pavel Krushevan, an instigator of the Kishinew pogrom, in his Russian newspaper called Znamia. The book is usually composed a certain number of protocols, from 24 to 27. This is definitively an interesting work, if we take into account the historic aspects. In my view, it is a shallow anacronism to judge a book today because of the mentality of some people who lived in Russia 100 years ago.

Contrary to popular belief

The Protocols were NOT determined to be a hoax in the final analysis but the propagandists bank on the hopes that you will never bother to research it, just as they hope you won't research the holocaust while they hurry to try to make it against the law in the US to do so as they have in many European countries and of course, Israel. No other event in history is against the law to study except the holocaust. Why is that? Anyone with half a brain should be able to figure out that if you must enact laws to prevent someone from investigating any part of history, there's clearly something they don't want you to find out. Same goes for the Protocols. "On 26th June, 1933, the Federation of Jewish Communities of Switzerland and the Berne Jewish Community brought an action against five members of the Swiss National Front, seeking a judgment that the Protocols were a forgery and a prohibition of their publication. The procedure of the Court was astounding, the provisions of the Swiss Civil Code being deliberately set aside. Sixteen witnesses called by the plaintiffs were heard, but only one of the forty witnesses called by the defendants was allowed a hearing. The judge allowed the plaintiffs to appoint two private stenographers to keep the register of proceedings during the hearing of their witnesses, instead of entrusting the task to a Court official. In view of these and similar irregularities, it was not surprising that, after the case had lasted just on two years, the Court pronounced the Protocols to be a forgery and demoralising literature. The decision was given on 14th May, 1935, but it was announced in the Jewish Press before it was delivered by the Court. On 1st November, 1937, the Swiss Court of Criminal Appeal quashed this judgment in its entirety. Jewish propagandists, however, still declare that the Protocols have been 'proved' to be a forgery." And this is why the Protocols reflect such accuracy of what was to come leading us to where we are now, in a very dangerous world where peace and justice is deceased.

Read and dont be scared...its a book about your Government!

Read and replace the word Gold with Oil. Replace "Goyim" with "American people". And then if you see it will convince you that the government is not your friend. It is using you...Read and educate yourself and be careful with your new knowledge.

A Russian forgery that affected history

There is a very important lesson to be learned in how this rather silly short book was able to captivate the minds of millions of people since its publication in the beginning of a century. And this is in spite of conclusive evidence that it is a fraud - probably written by a Russian monk - being widely available since 1920s. It was, for example, one of the sources of inspiration for, and is specifically quoted in Mein Kampf. It continuous to be important: even to-day it is a bestseller in a number of Middle Eastern countries. For a detailed analysis of the book, see "A Lie and a Libel : The History of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion" by B. W. Segel; for those new to the subject, I would recommend getting both of these books at the same time. A copy of the Protocols is always close by in my office, just next to Mein Kampf. One might argue that historically the Protocols is the more influential one of the two.
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