The Myth of the Jewish Menace in World Affairs: Or, The Truth about the Forged Protocols of the Elders of Zion

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Macmillan, 1921 - Antisemitism - 53 pages
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1921 Refutation of the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion"

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Page 14 - ... control, have resorted to the artifice of borrowing the denomination of Freemasons, to cover meetings for seditious purposes, just as any other description might be assumed for the same object. But, in the first place, it is the invaluable distinction of this free country that such a just intercourse of opinions exists without restraint as cannot leave to any number of men the desire of forming or frequenting those disguised societies where dangerous dispositions may be imbibed. And...
Page 31 - ... operate the hidden springs which move the puppets in the arena of democratic elections. Men of this kind are ever ready with loud speeches lauding equality ; in reality, they rule the people as any despot or military dictator might rule it. The extension of the right to participate in elections is regarded as progress and as the conquest of freedom by democratic theorists, who hold that the more numerous the participants in political rights, the greater is the probability that all will employ...
Page 14 - Certain modern publications have been holding forth to the world the Society of Masons as a league against constituted authorities ; an imputation the more secure, because the known constitutions of our fellowship make it certain that no answer can be published. It is not to be disputed, that in countries where impolitic prohibitions restrict the communication of sentiment, the activity of the human mind may, among other means of baffling tho control, have resorted to the artifice of borrowing the...
Page 31 - For ever extending its base, the new Democracy now aspires to universal suffrage — a fatal error, and one of the most remarkable in the history of mankind. By this means, the political power so passionately demanded by Democracy would be shattered into a number of infinitesimal bits, of which each citizen acquires a single one. What will he do with it, then? how will he employ it? In the result it has undoubtedly been shown that in the attainment of this aim Democracy violates its sacred formula...
Page 14 - Masonry, but is diametrically opposed to the Injunction which we regard as the Foundation-Stone of the Lodge, namely, ' Fear God and Honour the King.
Page 32 - The history of mankind bears witness that the most necessary and fruitful reforms — the most durable measures — emanated from the supreme will of statesmen, or from a minority enlightened by lofty ideas and deep knowledge, and that, on the contrary, the extension of the representative principle is accompanied by an abasement of political ideas and the vulgarisation of opinions in the mass of the electors.
Page 36 - This idea might even have played a role in bringing about intervention in the civil war from the western powers on behalf of the Whites. Thus, from England in 1921, Lucien Wolf could write: It is incredible, but it is nevertheless a fact, that these crazy forgeries played a part behind the scenes in the international combinations for assisting the anti-Bolshevist reaction in Russia, which have filled so much of the public mind during the last two years, and which have cost this country close on 100,000,000...
Page 14 - And, 2dly, the profligate doctrines, which may have been nurtured in any such self-established assemblies, could never have been tolerated for a moment in any Lodge meeting under regular authority. We aver, therefore, that not only such laxity of opinion has no sort of connection with the tenets of Masonry, but is diametrically opposite to the injunction which we regard as the foundationstone of the Lodge; namely, FEAR God, AND HONOUR THE KING.
Page 14 - Lodge on the 3rd of June, 1800, we find the Earl of Moira thus addressing the Brethren : — " Certain modern publications have been holding forth to the world the society of Masons as a league against constituted authorities ; an imputation the more secure, because the known constitutions of our fellowship make it certain that no answer can be published. It is not to be disputed, that in countries where impolitic prohibitions restrict the communication of sentiment, the activity of the human mind...
Page 28 - ... our armies of socialists, anarchists, and communists. . . . We govern the masses by making use of feelings of jealousy and hatred kindled by oppression and need. . . . When the time comes for our Worldly Ruler to be crowned we will see to it that by the same means — that is to say, by making use of the mob—- we will destroy everything that may prove to be an obstacle in our way.

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