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  • Hardcover: 104 pages
  • Publisher: IAP (27 Oct. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1609421213
  • ISBN-13: 978-1609421212
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,377,507 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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As some readers may be aware, a hoax e-mail has been circulating widely on the internet that falsely claims Amazon has favorably reviewed this book. This allegation is, of course, absolutely untrue. Nevertheless, this rumor has become so widespread on the Internet that it's already a recognized "urban legend," just like alligators living in the sewers. Amazon.co.uk obviously does not endorse The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion. This book is one of the most infamous, and tragically influential, examples of racist propaganda ever written. It may be useful to some as a tool in the teaching of the history of anti-Semitism, but it's unquestionably propaganda.

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Although it's a pernicious fraud, The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion has unfortunately had a widespread influence--all of it evil--on the history of the 20th century. It was exposed as a hoax in 1921, yet it has been used as a justification for the Holocaust and for innumerable pogroms in Russia and the Soviet Union.

The Protocols was supposedly written in 1897 from the minutes of 24 secret meetings between Jews and Freemasons in which they conspired to bring down Western civilization and jointly rule the world. In reality, it is nothing of the sort. In 1921, Philip Graves of the London Times revealed The Protocols to be a fraud, showing it to be based on a French satire aimed at Napoleon III. In a series of side-by-side extracts printed in the Times, Graves demonstrated that the forgers took long portions of the original text, titled Dialogues in Hell Between Machiavelli and Montesquieu, and simply replaced "France" with "Zion" and "The Emperor" with "We the Jews." Further investigations by the Russian historian Vladimir Burtsev revealed other sources for The Protocols, including a fantasy novel by Hermann Goedsche and, more darkly, the hand of the Russian secret police.

Sadly, despite its clearly fraudulent nature, The Protocols continues today to feed the fears of the credulous and to fan the flames of fanaticism and hate. --Perry M. Atterberry

From Amazon.co.uk: Please note that Amazon.co.uk does not endorse the views expressed in this book or those in the publisher's book description below. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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They are most definitely a forgery because they are NOT the real Protocols of Zion. I have read the original by Nilus and they are rather different from those found in this book - some sections have been re-written completely. In this book they are badly written, full of contradictions and carry an anti-Jewish formula of speech, as if designed to be recognized as an anti-Semitic forgery. They are the same as are those in circulation all over the internet.

It was once possible to request the original from Christian organizations but all have since succumb to world pressures. The only other place I have came across them in their original form was in excerpts in Henry Fords, The International Jew (Abridged). Other than this short book they have probably been completely removed from circulation.

Let me reassure you the original is very real and very sinister. There is no hint for forgery, it simply doesn't allow for it. It is an instructional for the present (pre-1905) and the future (with a small history lesson), it is certainly not a mad rant like the forgeries. Reading the original from a future point of view is mind blowing.
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Hmmm.. How can you honestly review this book without bringing down the wrath of Yahweh on your head? It's been decided that its a hoax, so that's that. Or is it? The Protocols has all the hallmarks of being a masterly prototype of the sort of FUD (Fear Uncertainty & Doubt) strategy used so effectively in recent years to muddy the waters around any unsavoury governmental activity that can't be completely concealed, whether that be black budgets, black ops or UFOs. You mix the truth in with some stuff that is discreditable and that pollutes the whole pond. But the remarkable thing about The Protocols is the extent to which nearly every element has come to pass in the century or more since they were concocted. Maybe someone wants to use the Jews as a scapegoat for their long-term strategy? It's been done before. There's something more to The Protocols than a crude and malicious hoax. They are frighteningly prophetic, and unnervingly modern. It makes you think. I don't know quite what, but it makes you think - doesn't it?
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I thought I'd read the Protocols purely because of the bad press it gets, and also the "Amazon Warning".
So I bought this copy, as it was cheap.

It's not a page turner. It's a thick dull read, but then again you don't buy a Haynes manual to understand your car and expect it to be an enthralling novel.

What the Protocols do is to enlighten the reader to current events. If this book is, as is claimed, a fraud, then it's the best fraudulent publication in the world ever.
It pretty much explains, wars, world leaders (how they are chosen and controlled) and the recent banking collapse (and how the banks remained rich) and how the common man will always follow his leaders and pay for everything. It explains how so few can dominate so many and how the populous are fooled into thinking they live in a democracy.

Like I say, it's a manual that explains/claims how the world is and will be run by an elite few.
If its all lies then its the most truthful lies I have ever read, leaving me with one question: If it is all nonsense, then what wisdom and insight did the original author have all those years ago to understand what would happen in the next 100 years and more?

Am I anti-jew; definitely not.

Am I anti-zionist; definitely yes and with every fibre of my being. Zionism is as Nazism was, national socialism at the expense of a people with both political ideals being as anti-semetic as each other (Though the Nazis did help create israel when they helped the Turkic jews move to Semetic Palestine via the Transfer Agreement, making the Nazis less "anti-semetic" than any zionist.

Should you read the book? Yes. Can you refute most of its contents? I doubt it
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So, it's controversial they say? Must we only read everything that's acceptable? Then ask yourself, "acceptable to whom?. If it's a nice "normal" story you want then this isn't for you. If you read it freely and without predjudice towards any race or colour and reflect on the way the world is heading then it is very informative. We must uphold the freedom of being able to choose for ourselves and always respect the views of others. I know many Jews who also found this book "interesting". Love of finding the truth is important for everyone whatever social background you fit into. It is up to the individual to decide what is controversial and not by someone somewhere whose morals are unknown to the reader. I would review this book as very interesting.
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An old book often called fake, but around over 100 years ago, if you read this you will understand WHY the world is in such a decline today, what is behind it, and who. I actually believe that if this is a fake, then how did they have such insight so far in advance unless of course it was the planned agenda.
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Amazing book!

Very grateful to the author for compiling this.

This needs to be read in conjunction with excerpts of the Talmud that deals with non-Jews.

What is written in this book mirrors exactly what is going on in the world today.

John 8:44 Bible!
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