They were abstracted from a Jewish Lodge of Mizraim in Paris, in 1884, by Joseph Schorst, later murdered in Egypt. It was first published in 1905 at
Tsarskoe Selo Russia, embodied in a book called The Great Within the Small, written by Sergius A. Nilus. In January 1917, a second edition, revised
and documented, was ready, but before it could be put on the market for distribution and sale, the revolution had taken place (March 1917), and the
Provisional Government had been replaced by that of Kerensky who himself gave the order to have the whole edition of the book burned. A few copies
survived, one in England, one in Germany and one found in the U.S in 1919. As a result it was soon published widely. In England by 'The Britons', in
Germany, Gottfried zum Beck, in France, Major. Jouin of the Revue Internationale des Societes Secretes and M. Urbain Gohier of Vieille France. In the
U.S. two anonymous editions were published by Small Maynard of Boston and, later, the Beckwith Company.
At the outset of these publications, and many more in Italian, Russian, Arabic and Japanese, writers and lecturers were recruited to deny the
assertion of a Jewish conspiracy. The method of intimidation used to suppress discussion of the document has always been the same, from the beginning
of the last century to now. It consists of suggesting the person guilty of interest in the subject is crazy or becoming so. Take note of that.
Lucien Wolf, a Jewish apologist, wrote the most notable denial in a pamphlet entitled, The Jewish Bogey and the Forged Protocols of the Learned
Elders of Zion (1920). More notable was the effort to suppress the publication in the U.S. by the Elders of the Kehillah, who, intimidated the editor,
George H. Putnam, and forced him to stop the publication by threats to call his loans and ruin him financially. The final denial of the Protocols
occurred in 1921 in the London Times through one of its 'anonymous' correspondents in Constantinople, who, found a French book called the Dialogues
of Geneva, published anonymously in Brussels in 1865. The Times affirmed that it was from this book that the Protocols had been plagarized. Ta - Da.
Neat and tidy....but wait...there is more.
What the Times didn't reveal was that the book Dialogues of Geneva bears in reality the following title, the former being a subtitle, Dialogues aux
Enjers entre Machiavelli et Montesquieu, actually published in 1864, with the introduction ending , Geneva, October 13, 1865. It was written by a
lawyer, Maurice Joly as an attack against the government of Napoleon III. As a result, he was tried and sentenced to two years prison. Who was Maurice
Joly? His father was Philipe Lambert Joly, born Dieppe Normandy. He was the attorney general for the department of Jura for 10 years under Louis
Phillipe. Maurice Joly was educated at Dijon and began his law studies there, but in 1849, left for Paris. There, due to his maternal grandfathers
Masonic associations, he secured, just before the Coup d'Etat in 1851, a post in the Ministry of the Interior under M. Chevreau. In 1860 ONLY, he
terminated his law studies, he wrote several articles, showed a certain amount of talent and ended by founding a paper called Le Palais for lawyers
and attorneys. The principle stock holders were Jules Favre, Desmaret, Leblond, Adolphe Cremieux, Arago and Berryer. All of which are noted for their
involvment in the many Masonic institutes that sprang up during and before that era. You get the picture...
Anyways, here is the important part of the picture that The London Times 'forgot' to mention. Maurice Joly, who hated Communism and, in 1864,
ascribed the Machiavellian policy of Might over Right to the Imperialism of Napoleon III, was evidently ignorant of the fact that he himself was no
innovator, for, long before he ever entered the journalistic or political world, the very theory which he had tried to expose and refute had been the
guiding principle of a group of ardent revolutionists, promoters of Communism, and worthy followers of Illuminatis and Babouvists, the group of Karl
Marx, Jacoby etc, the agitators of the 1848 revolution. Long before Joly's book had made its appearance, another book bearing much the same title had
been published in Berlin in 1850 called Machiavelli, Montesquieu, Rousseau by Jacob Venedy and was published by Franz Dunicker, Berlin.
Jacob Venedy, the author, was a Jew, born in Cologne, May 1805, died February 1871. Owing to his revolutionary activities, he was expelled from
Germany and sought refuge in France. While living in Paris, in 1835, he edited a subversive paper called Le Proscrit which caused his banishment from
Paris. He then lived in Le Havre, and was allowed to enter Paris once more due to the efforts of Arago (mentioned above) and Mignet, both friends of
Adolphe Cremieux (also mentioned above). Venedy was a close friend of Karl Marx. He had spent the years 1843-44 in England which at that time was the
refuge of all of the master minds of the 1848 revolution. In 1847 Venedy was in Brussels with Karl Marx who had founded there The Communist League of
Workers, which eventually surfaced as The International Society of Democracy. It was shortly after the revolution of 1848 that Venedy became one of
the chiefs of the Commitee of Fifty. It was during his commission as elected member of the left, in Berlin, that he published the aforementioned
document. He was later expelled from Berlin and Breslau for his activity in the Masonic Order Bauhutte, which was affiliated with the Carbonari of
It is remarkable that anyone who studies the period of history say from 1830-1850 never seems to notice the obvious.
Fould, The Rothschilds of Paris, London and Vienna, Montfiore, Disraeli, the Goldsmids, all, were not less Jews than Karl Marx, Moses Hess, Jacoby,
Lassalle, Venedy or Riesser. The Liberal Conservatism of Disraeli, the reactionary Imperialism of Fould, and the revolutionary Communism of Marx all
suggest the same end. How are they all linked? Adolphe Cremieux, and his agent Leon Gambetta.
Adolphe Isaac Cremieux came from a Jewish family of the South of France. He chose law as his profession (admitted to the Bar at Nimes 1817). His life
can be viewed from three sides 1. His Jewish activities 2. His Masonic activities and 3. His political influence.
His part in the Damascus Affair of 1840 with Moses Montefiore, an English Jew, unconvincingly silenced the accusation of ritual murder committed on
the Catholic Priest, Father Thomas. He had a prominent share in the foundation and development of the Alliance Israelite Universelle. Officially
founded in 1860, this international union of disseminated Jewry had, as we know, existed for centuries, but after the Damascus affair, it was brought
to public light as a display of Jewish loyalties to Jewish society. The Masonic activities of Adolphe were many and powerful. His connection with
Louis Bonaparte and his brother, who both were affiliated with the Carbonari, would suggest that he was also connected with this secret society. It is
a fact though, that Cremieux belonged to the Lodge of Mizraim, the Scottish Rite, and also the Grand Orient. He was the Supreme Council of the Order
of Mizraim and, at the death of Viennet, he became the Grand Master of the unified Scottish Rite and Grand Orient. He went on to have influence in
both the government of Louis Napoleon and the government of the Republic formed after the defeat of France by the Germans in 1871, which he helped
orchestrate with the Jewish banker Bamburger of Bischoffsheim and Goldschmidt. At a general assembly of the Alliance Israelite Universelle on May 31
1864 Cremieux said : 'The Alliance is no limited to our cult, it voices its appeal to all cults and wants to penetrate in all the religions as it has
penetrated into all countries. Let us endeavour boldly to bring about the union of all cults under one flag of Union and Progress. Such is the slogan
of humanity.' The Alliance had its birth in the Rite of Mizraim and Universal Freemasonry and was backed by International Finance. It should be
clear that the ideas expressed by Venedy, Joly, and later published by Nilus were those of Cremieux, who, founded what became the patriarch of Zionism
and the B'nai Brith, and as is exampled by Marx, the Communist system. Thank you, and Goodnight....