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Date: 25 November 2011 05:25:16 GMT
To: Richard Moore <•••@••.•••>
Subject: The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Sion
The Protocols are dismissed as a forgery, but they do bear an uncanny resemblance to the way the Zionists have operated and still do!
Hi again D,
The protocols are either a forgery or they are not. If they are they would surely be dismissed as a forgery, and if they are not they would even more certainly be dismissed as a forgery. Imagine the global response if Israel and Zionists openly claimed that the Protocols served as inspiration for their conduct!
The editor of the article, Ken Adachi, does make a reasonable case that the Protocols are genuine. I’m not saying that the case is conclusive, but it does deserve to be considered along with the various arguments that they are a forgery. And as you point out, it is in the actual behavior of Israel and Zionists that we find the strongest evidence that the Protocols accurately characterize the Zionist agenda – even if they are a forgery. In that case, the forger evidently understood what Zionism was about, and was seeking to expose the agenda.