Judaism in Action, Editor's Appendix to the First Three Chapters (p. 120 to 122)
EDITOR’S APPENDIX TO PRECEDING CHAPTERS
The foregoing three chapters are a faithful reproduction of Part II of Small, Maynard & Company’s The Protocols and World Revolution. Since this publication appeared in 1920 a number of authorities have substantiated that Lenin was a Jew:
Lenin had taken part in Jewish student meetings in Switzerland thirty-five years before.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, in London
Jewish Chronicle, Dec. 16, I932.
It was my first sight of him (Lenin) – a smooth-headed, oval-faced, narrow-eyed, typical Jew, with a devilish sureness in every line of his powerful magnetic face. Beside him was a different type of Jew, the kind one might see in any Soho shop, strong-nosed, salloow-faced, long moustached, with a ,little tuft of beard wagging from his chin and a great shock of wild hair – Leiba Bronstein, afterwards Lev Trotsky.
Herbert T. Fitch, Scotland Yard detective,
in his book Traitors Within, page 16.
Lenin, or Oulianov by adoption, originally Zederbaum, a Kalmuck Jew, married a Jewess, and whose children speak Yiddish ...
Major-General, Count Cherep-Spiridovich,
The Secret World Government, page 36.
Lenin, as a child, was left behind, there, by a company of prisoners passing through, and later his Jewish convict father, Ilko Sroul Goldman, wrote inquiring his whereabouts. Lenin had already been picked up and adopted by Oulianoff.
D. Petrovsky, Russia under
the Jews, page 86.
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LATER COMMENTS REGARDING THE PROTOCOLS
Comments by Well-Known Patriots
The only statement I care to make about the Protocols is that they fit in with what is going on. They are sixteen years old, and they have fitted the world situation up to this time. They fit now.
Henry Ford, in an interview quoted
in the Yew York World, February 17, 1921.
Personally, I am more than ever inclined to believe that the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion are genuine, Without them I do not see how one could explain things that are happening today. More than ever, I think the Jews are at the bottom of all our troubles.
Nesta Webster, in letter written May 4, 1934,
to Arthur Goadby, published in Robert
E. Edmondson’s I Testify, page 129.
If you have never read the Protocols, you know nothing about the Jew question.
Henry Hamilton Beamish, in address at the
New York Hipodrome, October 30, 1937.
Comments from qualified Jewish Sources
My dear questioner, you are too curious, and want to know too much. We are not permitted to talk about these things. I am not allowed to say anything, and you are not supposed to know anything about the Protocols. For God’s sake be careful, or you will be putting your life in danger.
Rabbi Grunfeld in reply to Rabbi
Fleishman regarding the validity of the Protocols.
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Long have I been well acquainted with the contents of the Protocols, indeed for many years before they were ever published in the Christian press. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion were in point of fact not the original Protocols at all, but a compressed extract of the same. Of the 70 Elders of Zion, in the matter of origin and of the existance of the original Protocols, there are only ten men in the entire world who know.
I participated with Dr. Herzl in the first Zionist Congress which was held in Basle in 1897. Herzl was the most prominent figure at the Jewish World Congress. Herzl foresaw, twenty years before we experienced them, the revolutions which brought the Great War, and he prepared us for that which was to happen. He foresaw the splitting up of Turkey, that England would obtain control of Palestine:
We may expect important developments in the world.
Dr. Ehrenpreis, Chief Rabbi
of Sweden, 1924.
The dynamics of the anti-Semitic group has changed since war’s end. Activists today have shifted their emphasis to a greater and more widespread publication of hate-literature, in contrast to previous stress on holding meetings, demonstrating and picketing. They now tie-in their bigotry with topical, burning issues, and are veering from reliance upon The Protocols and other staples.
American Jewish Committee
Budget, 1953, page 28.
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