Protocols of the Elders of Zion, also called Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, had been called a fraudulent document by most mainstream sources that claim it served as a pretext and rationale for anti-Semitism mainly in the early 20th century.
The document is alleged to be a be a written report of a series of meetings held at Basel, Switzerland, in 1897, at the time of the first Zionist congress. There Jews and Freemasons were said to have made plans to disrupt Christian civilization and erect a world state under their joint rule. Liberalism and socialism were to be the means of subverting Christendom; if subversion failed, all the capitals of Europe were to be sabotaged.
The Protocols were printed in Russia in abbreviated form in 1903 in the newspaper Znamia (“Banner”) and subsequently (1905) as an addendum to a religious tract by Serge Nilus, a tsarist civil servant. They were translated into German, French, English, and other European languages and soon came to be a classic of anti-Semitic literature. In the United States Henry Ford’s private newspaper, Dearborn Independent, often cited them as evidence of a Jewish threat.
It has not been proven that these protocols are indeed fraudulent. The protocols were published in the early 20th century and is almost a blueprint of the events as they happened in the century after. We advise all to read the protocols themselves or listen to the audio book below to make up their own minds. To call this anti-Semitic is an easy way to scare people into checking it out for themselves. Many pedophiles have been outed within the Catholic Church in recent years, yet the majority of the Catholics are not pedophiles and good people. The same applies to this.