Protocols “Forgery” Argument is Flawed

henrymakow.com — July 13, 2017

Jewish apologists claim that the Protocols of Zion were a direct plagiarism of this book published in 1864. However, this universally-accepted claim does not withstand scrutiny.

by Henry Makow Ph.D.

dialogueNext to the Bible The Protocols of the Elders of Zion is perhaps the mostly widely read book in the world.
Published in Russia in 1903, it purports to be the leaked master plan for “Jewish world domination.” It is the kind of thing that would be studied at secret workshops of an occult society.
In different ways, both Zionists and Nazis have made it synonymous with virulent anti Semitism and genocide.
But surely Jews should not be blamed for the machinations of a tiny secret society. The vast majority of Jews would disavow this master plan if they believed it existed.
Surely one can condemn all racism and genocide in the strongest possible terms and still believe the Protocols are authentic.
In my opinion, the equation with anti Semitism is really a ploy to divert attention away from this master plan.
The plagiarism claim is part of a propaganda campaign waged by conscious and unconscious collaborators in academia and the media.

THE FORGERY CLAIM

 

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