Thoughts on the 12th Protocol

Sergei Nilus published a book in Russia in the early 1900s titled Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion. It purported to be an outline of the secret plans of the leaders of International Jewry. It was translated into English by a British journalist, Victor Marsden. It is a 24 point outline of the plan for Jewish domination of the world.

Some thought it genuine; others thought it was a hoax, perhaps written by officials of the Czar. A third option is that it was a brilliant allegory written by a gentile man who had studied Jewish subversion and wished to anonymously warn his countrymen in an intellectually stimulating way. I take the third option.

This book is diabolically brilliant, and hauntingly real when on realizes how much of it has come to pass in the century since it was written. I wish to focus on one part of the 12th protocol.

Under the headline “Free Press Destroyed”, Protocol 12 point 7 reads in part:

“We turn to the periodical press. We shall impose on it, as on all printed matter, stamp taxes per sheet and deposits of caution-money, and books of less than 30 sheets will pay double. We shall reckon them as pamphlets in order, on the one hand, to reduce the number of magazines, which are the worst form of printed poison, and, on the other hand, in order that this measure may force writers into such lengthy productions that they will be little read, especially as they will be costly. At the same time what we publish ourselves to influence mental development in the direction laid down for our profit will be cheap and will be read voraciously”. 

Regardless of whom one believes wrote the Protocols, this passage is depressingly accurate when it comes to human psychology. Let us consider it.

The author of the Protocols knew that most men do not read large books, regardless of the subject matter. That is why short works -such as small books, magazines, and pamphlets- are called “the worst form of printed poison”. Small books have the potential to reach a much wider audience than scholarly works three or four times their size.

In present day America, most people read very little. Most working class people in America do not read 400 page non-fiction books, regardless of the subject or quality or writing. This is sad, but it is reality.

Politically controversial material is basically impossible to publish through the large (Jewish controlled) publishers, many of which are in New York City. Thankfully, there currently are some digital-print-on-demand companies for self-published authors like myself (CreateSpace, Lulu, NookPress, etc.)

Most people are not even reading books of any size. Even print newspapers are going down in circulation. People now use TV and the internet for their news. The TV news is absolute garbage, regardless of channel. The internet offers everything from garbage to wonderful hard core patriot material. I am afraid that many people, even patriot inclined people, are more inclined to watch a YouTube video than read a commentary article.

The 12th Protocol is why I published my short (106) page book Putnam Liberty Notes in March of 2016, and priced it at $5 (less than an hour’s wage for a high school age fast food restaurant worker). The 12th Protocol is why I am writing this series of brief (roughly 2 page in 6×9 inch format) articles, and posting them online for people to read for free. I am publishing brief and inexpensive material, just like the Protocols feared.

Copyright (c) 2016 by Joseph Charles Putnam of Orange County, Indiana. All rights reserved.

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Author: Joe Putnam

I am a Christian (Reformed/Sovereign Grace Baptist type), white American of Western European bloodline, advocate of an agrarian social order, Kinist, White Nationalist, admirer of America’s Founding Fathers and the Boys in Gray, homesteader, indie published author, and amateur historian. I have indie published several books, all of which are available from Amazon. I am a life long resident of rural Orange County, IN –in the part of the Upper South that many would term Greater Appalachia or the Dixie Frontier. In addition to my own blog, I am a contributor to the multi-author blog Identity Dixie. I am active in promotion of the Alt-South movement. In addition to my blog writings, I am currently gearing up for (at least) two more book projects –one theological and one historical. The theological one will cover the three interpretational views of Daniel’s 70th Week. I hope to have this book in print in late summer 2017. (Hint: I am, not a Dispensational Futurist). The historical book will be a biography of George Rogers Clark (1752-1818). Clark was a noted Virginia militia officer who’s campaigns, including his successful siege of Vincennes, basically took the Old Northwest from Britain during the American Revolution. Clark spent the rest of his life around the river that separates Clarksville, IN from Louisville, Kentucky. I hope to have my Clark bio in print in early 2018.

1 thought on “Thoughts on the 12th Protocol”

  1. Middle-class households potentially do have the power to resist, nullify, or otherwise ignore unconstitutional or immoral government. Groups like the JBS always stated education was the key to mount an effective defense. Our debasement of the money system forces working class families to work longer and longer hours typically with both parents working full time jobs. All of this leaves very little time for much needed informative reading. With all this it takes a conscious effort to study and inform oneself.

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