Originally Posted by KennyWally
Anyways, if I recall correctly , they were found by a court to be a "forgery", which only means that there is an original document somewhere!
And the only debunking was by a quick talking person who never gave the opposition a chance to respond to "forgery", thereby rendering it "a fraud" in the minds of some who never took the time to analyze the term forgery!
The claim is that the content of "The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion" is largely based on Maurice Joly's "The Dialogue in Hell Between Machiavelli and Montesquieu
". Conveniently, however, orriginals of this texts are extremely rare due to censorship issues (as it was very critical of Napoleon), making it impossible to verify for anyone who doesn't have access to the rarest of items.
Also, Henry Makow points out that Joly's work could actually have been the copy of The Protocols
rather than vice versa.