Famous Anti-Semitic "Forgery" Removed from PA Website
by The Associated Press
"One of the most infamous anti-Semitic forgeries was removed from a Palestinian internet site Wednesday after a Jewish group complained about it."The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, a 19th-century forgery purporting to spell out the Jewish plot to take control of the finances of the world, appeared on the State Information Service Web site, affiliated with the Palestinian Authority. The link to the document was found on a page with a list of legitimate historical sources about Zionism.
"The New York-based Anti-Defamation League (ADL) wrote to the Palestinian Authority, protesting the presentation of the document and demanding its removal...yadda, yadda, yadda.
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Damn! Those Protocols again! They just keep showing up! They were written in the late nineteenth century, translated into English rather clumsily in 1905, and they're almost incomprehensible to today's readers--but you just can't keep 'em down! Every time the Joos think they've got it slain, the Protocols pops up again somewhere! It's like the Hydra. Cut off one head and nine more spring up.
And what's the big deal, anway? I mean, after all, if it's a forgery, if it's all nonsense, so what? What does anyone care who reads them?
I like Henry Ford's comments on the Protocols. "I will make no judgment as to whether or not the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion are true or false. I will simply say that they fit it with what is going on." This is what Ford said after he allegedly renounced and denounced the Protocols. (In actual fact, this frequently asserted "fact" is false. He never did.)