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The Protocols of the Elders of Zion Russian: The hoax, which was shown to be plagiarized from several earlier sources, some not antisemitic in nature, [1] was first published in Russia intranslated into multiple loss, and disseminated internationally in the early part kos the 20th century. According to the claims made by ison of its publishers, the Protocols are the minutes of a late 19th-century meeting where Jewish leaders discussed their goal of global Jewish hegemony by subverting the morals of Gentilesand by controlling the press and the world’s economies.

Henry Ford siom printing ofcopies that were distributed throughout the United States in the s. The Nazis sometimes used the Protocols as propaganda against Jews; it sablos assigned by some German teachers, as if factual, to be read by German prptocolos after the Nazis came to power in[2] despite having been exposed as fraudulent by The Times of London in It is still widely available today in numerous languages, suon print and on the Internet, and continues to be presented by some proponents as a genuine document.

The Protocols is a fabricated document purporting to be factual. Textual evidence shows that it could not have been produced prior to It is notable that the title of Sergei Nilus ‘s widely distributed edition contains the dates “—”, and it is likely that the document was actually written at this time in Russia, despite Nilus’ attempt to cover this up by inserting French-sounding words into his edition.

De Michelis argues that it was manufactured in the months after a Russian Zionist congress in Septemberand that it was originally a parody of Jewish idealism meant for internal circulation among antisemites until it was decided to clean it up and publish it as if it were real. Self-contradictions in various testimonies show that the individuals involved—including the text’s initial publisher, Pavel Krushevan —deliberately obscured the origins of the text and lied about it in the decades afterwards.

If dde placement of the forgery in — Russia is correct, then it was written at the beginning of the anti-Jewish pogroms in the Russian Empirein which thousands of Jews died or fled the country.

Many of the people whom De Michelis suspects of involvement in the forgery were directly responsible for inciting the pogroms.

Towards xion end of the 18th century, following the Partitions of Polandthe Russian Empire inherited the world’s largest Jewish population. The Jews lived in shtetls in the West of the Empire, in the Pale of Settlement and until the s, local Jewish affairs were organised through the qahalincluding for purposes of taxation and conscription into the Imperial Russian Army.

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Following the ascent of liberalism in Europe, the Russian ruling class became more hardline in its reactionary policies, upholding the banner of Orthodoxy, Autocracy, and Nationalitywhereby non-Orthodox and non-Russian subjects, including the Jews, were not always embraced.

Jews who attempted to assimilate were regarded with suspicion as potential “infiltrators” supposedly trying to “take over society”, while Jews who remained attached to traditional Jewish culture were resented as undesirable aliens.

Resentment towards Jews, for the aforementioned reasons, existed in Russian society, but the idea of a Protocols-esque international Jewish conspiracy for world domination was minted in the s. Jacob Brafmana Russian Jew from Minskhad a falling out with agents of the local kahal — the semi-autonomous Jewish government — and consequently turned against Judaism.

He subsequently converted to the Russian Orthodox Church and authored polemics against the Talmud and the kahal. The impact of Brafman’s work took on an international aspect, as it was translated into English, French, German and other languages.

The image of the “kahal” as a secret international Jewish shadow government working as a state within a state was picked up by anti-Jewish publications in Russia and was taken seriously by some Russian officials such as P. Cherevin and Nikolay Pavlovich Ignatyev who in the s urged governor-generals of provinces to seek out the supposed kahal. Aside from Brafman, there were other early writings which posited a similar concept to the Protocols.

Millingen was a British subject of Dutch-Jewish extraction the grandson of James Millingenbut served as an officer in the Ottoman Army where he was born. He converted to Islambut later became a Russian Orthodox Christian. Bey’s work was followed up by Hippolytus Lutostansky ‘s The Talmud and the Jews which claimed that Jews wanted to divide Russia among themselves.

Source material for the forgery consisted jointly of Dialogue aux enfers entre Machiavel et Montesquieu Dialogue in Hell Between Machiavelli and Montesquieuan political satire by Maurice Joly ; [9] and a chapter from Biarritzan novel by the antisemitic German novelist Hermann Goedschewhich had been translated into Russian in Paradoxically, early Russian editions of the Protocols assert that they did not come from a Zionist organization.


The Protocols is one of the best-known and most-discussed examples of literary forgerywith analysis and proof of its fraudulent origin going as far back as It does not contain specifics.

Elements of the Protocols were plagiarized from Joly’s fictional Dialogue in Hella thinly veiled attack on the political ambitions of Napoleon IIIwho, represented by the non-Jewish character Machiavelli[17] plots to rule the world. Joly, a monarchist and legitimistwas imprisoned in France for 15 months as a direct result of his book’s publication.

The Protocols 1—19 closely follow the order of Maurice Joly’s Dialogues 1— How are loans made? By the issue of bonds entailing on the Government the obligation to pay interest proportionate to the capital it has been paid.

When 40 years have expired it has paid double, after 60 years triple: A loan is an issue of Government paper which entails an obligation to pay interest amounting to a percentage of the total sum of the borrowed money. In 40 years it will have paid twice; and in 60 thrice that amount, but the loan will still remain as an unpaid debt. Like the god Vishnu, my press will have a hundred arms, and these arms will give their hands to all the different shades of opinion throughout the country.

These newspapers, like the Indian god Vishnu, will be possessed of hundreds of hands, each of which will be feeling the pulse of varying public opinion. Now I understand the figure of the god Vishnu; you have a hundred arms like the Indian idol, and each of your fingers touches a spring.

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Our Government will resemble the Hindu god Vishnu. Each of our hundred hands will hold one spring of the social machinery of State. Philip Graves brought this plagiarism to light in a series of articles in The Times inthe first published evidence that the Protocols was not an authentic document.

He had been forced to leave the postal work due to his part in forging evidence in the prosecution against the Democratic leader Benedict Waldeck in Alessandro Cagliostro and company plot the Affair of the Diamond Necklace. In a Russian translation of “The Jewish Cemetery in Prague” appeared in Saint Petersburg as a separate pamphlet of purported non-fiction. Fictional events in Joly’s Dialogue aux enfers entre Machiavel et Montesquieuwhich appeared four years before Biarritzmay well have been the inspiration for Goedsche’s fictional midnight meeting, and details of the outcome of the supposed plot.

The Protocols purports to document the minutes of a lateth-century meeting attended by world Jewish leaders, the “Elders of Zion”, who are conspiring to take over the world. The Protocols appeared in print in the Russian Empire as early aspublished as a series of articles in Znamyaa Black Hundreds newspaper owned by Nilu Krushevan. Init appeared in pamphlet form edited by Georgy Butmi de Katzman. These first three and subsequently more Russian language protocoos were published and circulated in the Russian Empire during the —6 period as a tool for scapegoating Jews, lps by the monarchists for the defeat in the Russo-Japanese War and the Revolution of Common to all three texts is the idea that Jews aim for world domination.

Since The Protocols are presented as merely a documentthe front matter and back matter are needed to explain its alleged origin. The diverse imprints, however, are mutually inconsistent. The general claim is that the document was stolen from a secret Jewish organization.

Since the alleged original stolen manuscript does not exist, one is forced to restore a purported original edition. This has been done by the Italian scholar, Cesare G. De Michelis inin a work which was translated into English and published inwhere he treats his subject as Apocrypha.

As fiction in the genre of literature, the tract was further analyzed by Umberto Eco in his novel Foucault’s Pendulum in English translation inin in chapter 6, “Fictional Protocols”, of his Six Walks in the Fictional Woods and in his novel The Prague Cemetery. As the Russian Revolution unfolded, causing White movement -affiliated Russians to flee to the West, this text was carried along and assumed a new purpose. Until then, The Protocols had remained obscure; [30] it now became an instrument for blaming Jews for the Russian Revolution.

It became a tool, a political weapon, used against lod Bolsheviks who were depicted as overwhelmingly Jewish, allegedly executing the “plan” embodied in The Protocols. The purpose was to discredit the October Revolutionprevent the West from recognizing the Soviet Unionand bring about the downfall of Vladimir Lenin ‘s regime.

The great importance of The Protocols lies in its permitting antisemites to reach beyond their traditional circles and find a large international audience, a process that continues to this day.

The forgery poisoned public life wherever it appeared; it was “self-generating; a blueprint that migrated from one conspiracy to another. The purportedly Jewish authorship also helps to make the book more convincing. Its embrace of contradiction—that to advance, Jews use all tools available, including capitalism and communism, philo-Semitism and antisemitism, democracy and tyranny—made it possible for The Protocols to dde out to all: Pipes notes that the Protocols emphasizes recurring themes of conspiratorial antisemitism: The Protocols is widely considered influential in the development of other conspiracy theories [ citation needed ]and reappears repeatedly in contemporary conspiracy literature, such as Jim Marrs ‘ Rule by Secrecy, which identifies the work as a Czarist forgery.


Some recent editions proclaim that protocoloz “Jews” depicted in the Protocols are a cover prottocolos for other conspirators such as the Illuminati[33] Freemasonsthe Priory of Sionor even, in the opinion of David Icke” extra-dimensional entities “.

The chapter “In the Jewish Cemetery in Prague” from Goedsche’s Biarritzwith its strong antisemitic theme containing the alleged rabbinical plot against the European civilization, was translated into Russian prorocolos a separate pamphlet in Golovinski’s role in the writing of the Protocols is disputed by Michael Hagemeister, Richard Levy and Cesare De Michelis, who each write that the account which involves him is historically unverifiable and to a large extent provably wrong.

De Michelis studies early Russian publications of the Protocols. The author described his meeting with a lady Yuliana Glinkaas it is known now who, after telling him about her mystical revelations, implored him to get familiar with the documents later known as the Protocols ; but after reading some excerpts, Menshikov became quite skeptical about their origin and did not publish them.

The Protocols were published at the earliest, in serialized form, from August 28 to September 7 O. Krushevan had initiated the Kishinev pogrom four months earlier. InI succeeded through an acquaintance of mine the late Protocolod Marshal Alexei Nikolayevich Sukotin of Chernigov in getting a manuscript that exposed with unusual perfection and clarity the course and development of the secret Jewish Freemasonic conspiracy, which would bring this wicked world to its inevitable end.

The person who gave me this manuscript guaranteed it to be a faithful translation of the original documents that were stolen by a woman from one of the highest and most influential leaders of the Freemasons at a secret ce somewhere in France—the beloved nest of Freemasonic conspiracy. A subsequent secret investigation ordered by Pyotr Stolypinthe newly appointed chairman of the Council of Ministers, came to the conclusion that the Protocols first appeared in Paris in antisemitic circles around — The text was purportedly brought to the United States by a Russian army officer in ; it was translated into English by Natalie de Bogory personal assistant of Harris A.

Houghtonan officer of the Department of War in June[46] and Russian expatriate Boris Brasol soon circulated it in American government circles, specifically diplomatic and military, in typescript form, [47] a copy of which is archived by the Hoover Institute.

Inthere appeared an anonymously edited pamphlet asbios the Britons Publishing Societya successor to The Britonsan entity created and headed by Henry Hamilton Beamish.

This imprint was allegedly a translation by Victor E. Marsdenwho died in October Most versions substantially involve “protocols”, or minutes of a speech given in secret involving Jews who are organized as Eldersor Sagesof Zion[50] and underlies 24 protocols that are supposedly followed by the Jewish people.

The Protocols has been proven to be a literary forgery and hoax as well as a clear case of plagiarism. On October 27 and 28,the Philadelphia Public Ledger published excerpts of protocolod English language translation as the “Red Bible,” deleting all references to the purported Jewish authorship and re-casting the document as a Bolshevik manifesto.

Ackermanwho later became the head of the journalism department at Columbia University. On May 8,an article [56] in The Times followed German translation and appealed for an inquiry into what it called an “uncanny note of prophecy”. What are these ‘Protocols’? If so, what malevolent assembly concocted these plans and gloated over their exposition?

If so, whence comes the uncanny note of prophecy, prophecy in part fulfilled, in part so far gone in the way of fulfillment? Steed retracted his kos of The Protocols after they were exposed as a forgery.

In the US, Henry Ford sponsored the printing ofcopies, [59] sabbios, from topublished a series of antisemitic articles titled ” The International Jew: The articles were later collected into multi-volume book series of the low name.

They are 16 years old, and they have fitted the world situation up to this time. Rosenbaum wrote that “Inbowing to legal and economic pressure, Prtoocolos issued a retraction and apology—while disclaiming personal responsibility—for the anti-Semitic articles and closed the Dearborn Independent in