October 28, 2016
The Jew-run New York Times doesn’t want you to read a text that exposes Jews.
The Jew-run New York Times put out a new article proclaiming that the “Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion” is a fake. They’ve actually been doing this over the past 100 years to discredit the information contained in the text. This article is just the latest example of them doing this.
The basic gist of the article is that since Jews have confirmed the document to be fake many years ago, they tell people it is not worth studying. They also complain about Donald Trump, who during a recent speech talked about a Protocols like conspiracy of international bankers colluding against the American people.
In reality, the Protocols is a very interesting text. Calling it a fake or a forgery is Jewish misdirection. What’s most important about it is not where it came from, but the fact that it accurately reveals how Jewish powers would scheme to take over Western civilization. It talks about the Jewish involvement in setting up a world government, taking control of the media to shape public opinion, using terrorism to take away liberties, creating chaos to push their agendas and much more. It describes much of the world we see today.
This is why the Jewish press talks about how the text is a fake but never goes into detail about the contents. They realize that only a small percentage of the people reading their gibberish will actually take the time to investigate what they’re talking about.
In addition, the mere fact that the Jewish press has endlessly cried about the Protocols gives more credibility to its authenticity. Why cry about something for over 100 years if you weren’t concerned about people reading the content?
Disregard the Jewish media and read the text for yourself.