posted on Mar, 21 2014 @ 09:06 PM
reply to post by network dude
When it comes to the Protocols, the only thing important about them is that they accurately describe what is happening in the world.
Some people try to dismiss the Protocols by claiming the story behind it's writing and discovery are false,.... what does this matter if the
information is indeed correct ?
I once heard an analogy about a murder, A maid overheard her boss speaking of a murder he had committed and where he hid the body. The maid went to
the authorities, but they did not believe her because her boss was a very wealthy man and an important member of the community. So she devised a
plan....she pretended to be her boss and wrote a confession letter, she told them when and how he did it and where the body was hid. The police then
acted, found the body, and arrested the man.
So the authenticity of the confession letter is not nearly as important as exposing the crime
edit on 21-3-2014 by Taobender because: (no reason given)