Skip to comments.Egyptian TV Host...: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion Is a Matter of Undisputable Science
Posted on 04/15/2012 9:03:48 AM PDT by DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis
Following are excerpts from an address by Egyptian TV host Hussam 'Aql, which aired on Al-Nas TV on March 23, 2012 :
Hussam 'Aql : The Zionist entity and the Zionist movement are constantly "playing" with revolutions. What does that mean? After the revolutions, the situation is very fluid the state is on its knees, and its institutions are shaky. This is the perfect opportunity for the Zionist entity to deal its blow and to play its little game.
Whoever does not believe me can look at The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. This is no book of poetry or stories. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion is a matter of undisputable science.
There was a meeting of the Freemasons in France, and a French woman managed to smuggle out some dangerous documents, which circulated in the meeting.
Between 1897 and 1951, the secret Zionist groups held nearly 23 meetings, one of which was a large gathering, which included over 50 Zionist groups. They issued several documents: How can we gain control over the world's minds? How can we gain control of the media? How can we turn the mighty national armies into cantons, which will fight one another? How can we gain control over the flow of capital? How can we gain control over the presidents and state leaders, and turn them into collaborators?
A French woman managed to smuggle out these documents, which serve as the backbone of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
When the world read these documents A Russian scholar called Sergei Nilos was the first to read these documents. He looked at the documents in front of him, and then examined the political situation around him, and realized how the leaders of the Zionist entity were playing with the money, and with the means of pressure, and how they were trying to take over regimes and governments, as well as the nascent regional forces.
Look how Tel Aviv cannot keep its mouth shut when it sees Egypt on its way to become a regional power, and to restore the momentum of its activity and to lead the region. Tel Aviv cannot possibly keep its mouth shut. We do not want to be stupid or naïve.
Sergei Nilos issued a warning and wrote research. Then in the early 20th century, along came Victor Marsden and translated The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. We have read The Protocols, and we have detected the despicable, hellish, and Satanic plan to dominate the world and to humiliate the peoples and the nations.
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“The Protocols” has been a proven hoax for almost a century. What a sad, ass-backward group of people over there.
Yup. Stupid people believe stupid things...
We need to write “The Protocols off the Elders of Progressivism.”
Of course, we’d really only need to locate and organize them from existing known documents.
And it would all be true....
You could take that article and replace the word Zionist with Communist, Democrat, Progressive, or Liberal and it would read the same......
I got $5 that says this dude has a Ron Paul sticker on his car.
He is in line to receive the Mary Mapes award for investigative journalism.
Mel Gibson was on Egyptian TV?
You saying he drives a Ford?
Ol’ Henry was a piece of work, that’s for sure.
Sounds like muslim “science” right there with our “climate science”.
And one wonders why Islamic nations never have achieved anything worth mentioning.
That it would be...
Even without getting into the subject matter you can tell Protocols is a hoax because it’s so clunkily written.
Ranks right up there with “Report From Iron Mountain” and The Wizard of Oz.” I’d give the Wiz the edge for believability.
Inbred Arab thinking..
More like a Ru Paul...
Shouldn’t it be ‘indisputable’’? Just askin’.
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