Protocols of Zion

Kevin MacDonald on End of Year Strategies for White Advocacy

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2012-12-17 18:45

Dec. 17, 2012

Prof. Kevin MacDonald assesses the situation for White Advocacy as 2012 comes to a close. After the wake-up call of the national election, now there is the shock of the 20 children murdered in their kindergarten classroom in Connecticut.  Discussion included:

  • The good news is a crop of new writers and Internet sites that focus on White people’s issues;
  • The bad news is we can’t get onto mainstream TV, even for an interview;
  • Very strong anti-communist America First movement in the 30′s and 40′s was ended in an instant by Pearl Harbor, essentially a false-flag event;
  • Strategies to use when The Second Amendment is seriously challenged in 2013 in the wake of the Connecticut shootings;
  • The dismal state of psychiatry  today, and the overuse of poorly understood drugs;
  • Blame for most of what’s gone wrong can be placed on the liberal revolution that began in the 1960′s.

Problems with the call-in system plus human error caused some delay at the beginning of the 2nd hour.

    In the first hour, Carolyn attempts to put some finality to her researches into the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion by showing that the origin and authorship still cannot be known for certain. Thus their value lies in their ability to reveal changes in Western nations that result from wars and revolutions, just as they have occurred, and how they were carried out and by whom. If this is not good enough for some people, then they will see the Protocols as having no, or too little, value. Carolyn still rates this document as having, on balance, an important contribution to make.

    The Heretics' Hour: From the Damascus Affair to the Protocols

    Published by carolyn on Mon, 2012-12-10 19:03

    Dec. 10, 2012

    What is called The Damascus Affair was the disappearance and suspected murder in 1840 of a Christian Priest, said to have been killed while in the Jewish Quarter for his blood to be used in the approaching Passover celebration. The accused men were declared innocent after a delegation of high-level European Jews, headed by Sir Moses Montefiore, traveled to the capital of the Ottoman Empire  to negotiate with the Pasha.  Following this major “blood libel” event, international-minded Jews considered how to organize for the protection of the Jewish reputation world-wide. One result was the Alliance Israelite Universelle, founded in 1860 by Adolphe Cremieux who was also a member of the above-mentioned delegation. This new sense of, and felt-need for, solidarity gave rise to the modern Jewish Press, a mass of new institutions and organizations all aimed at serving the “Jewish community,” and the emergence of a written plan, a version of which we know as the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.

    Image: Symbol of the Alliance Israelite Universelle on door of “Mikveh Israel’ school. The hands clasping indicate the “helping hand” that Jews should offer to one another, no matter where they are. Enlarge

    "The International Jew" Study Hour - Episode 22

    Published by carolyn on Thu, 2012-11-22 17:03

    Nov. 22, 2012

    Hadding Scott and Carolyn Yeager  read and comment on Chapter 18, Does This Explain Jewish Political Power?

    First they complete Chapter 17 from last week, Does Jewish Power Control the World Press? Many examples of this inordinate Jewish influence on the Press in the United States are given. The writers end by encouraging newspaper editors not to back down when “a committee of Jews ” shows up in their office seeking to pressure them, as there can be a large measure of bluff involved. They add that Truth can be the rock of refuge and defense against this kind of pressure.

    Chapter 18 asks whether the World Program laid out in the Protocols of Zion is identical to what was seen taking place in 1920? It quotes from various Protocols to show that it was taking place in current time. TIJ’s answer to the question “Does this explain Jewish political power” will be discussed in depth next week by Hadding and Carolyn when they complete this chapter, which includes the steps recommended  to emancipate Gentiles from “fear of the Jews.” Don’t miss it!

    Illustration: Every vital area or function of society caught in a web spun by World Jewry as the controlling power.

    Note: We are using the Noontide Press publication of The International Jew — The World’s Foremost Problem which can be found online here as a pdf file.

    The Heretics' Hour: Is Adolphe Cremieux the author of the Protocols?

    Published by carolyn on Mon, 2012-11-19 19:25

    Nov. 19, 2012

    Is it possible that the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion were written before the Geneva Dialogues, and thus the latter were “plagiarized” from the former? Yes, says Carolyn, and proceeds to lay out the case for such a supposition.

    • Maurice Joly, author of the 1864 Geneva Dialogues, from which the Protocols were allegedly plagiarized, was associated with:
    • Adolphe Cremieux (pictured right), illustrious French Jewish legal mind and leading member of the esoteric Mizraim Lodge in Paris from whence a copy of the Protocols was allegedly stolen in 1884;
    • Both men hated Louis Napoleon, with Joly being aided by Cremieux to write a devastating satire pointing to Napoleon III as a Machiavellian despot;
    • Cremieux had the status and the opportunity to write or upgrade the Protocols prior to 1860;
    • A big question comes from the absence of effort to conceal the similarity between the Protocols and the Geneva Dialogues;
    • Jacob Venedey, a German-Jewish communist and friend of Karl Marx, and also Cremieux, wrote  a book Machiavelli,  Montesquieu, Rousseau in 1848, from which Joly likely took some ideas;
    • Venedy showed Machiavelli and Rousseau as triumphant Communism, while Joly showed Machiavellism as Reaction and Imperialism;
    • The London Times 1921 “exposure” of the “forgery” lacks convincing detail and uses the arguments always used to divert criticism from Jews:  antisemitism.

    Saturday Afternoon: Should we accept the truth of the Protocols of Zion?

    Published by carolyn on Sun, 2012-11-04 05:41

    Nov. 3, 2012

    Carolyn wades into the controversy that so many want to bury once and for all — whether the Protocols of the Elders of Zion should be taken seriously or thrown into the trashcan of literary forgeries.

    • A search through the Dialogue in Hell between Machiavelli and Montesquieu for the alleged parallel passages found in the Protocols leaves much to be desired;
    • Only the first two of the three similar passages shown on Wikipedia can be found;
    • The narrative of  how the forgery occurred published in The Times is not believable (kind of like the narrative of the ‘Holocaust’);
    • More believable is the story of Mlle. Glinka and Alexis Sukhotin, and the Jewish traitor Joseph Schorst;
    • The relationship between Maurice Joly (author of “Dialogue”) and Adolphe Cremieux (Grand Master of the Mizraim Lodge and a founder of the Alliance Israelite Universelle);
    • The Berne, Switzerland trial as a typical legal travesty that is so often resorted to;
    • Layers of disinformation and confusion make the trail to the truth about the Protocols difficult, but investigation should be undertaken;
    • Fear of Jewish retribution is a big reason Whites stay away from the topic, or are satisfied with a non-committal stand.

    Image: The original article “exposing the forgery” in The Times of London from August 1921.