Friday, August 17, 2007

Documentary explores misinfo about 9/11 and Jews

Just finished watching the rented movie Protocols of Zion DVD by Marc Levin released November 23, 2005

Downtown Passover Seder interview with man in the hat

We've been a small people that have been put into exile spread all over the world...Sometimes people see the jews and they see this is not a normal people there is something different about us something supernatural almost about us and they want to take things out on us...

Read some Reviews



The Protocols of the Elders of Zion - Fact or Fiction?

Protocols of Zion
No matter how you feel about it, a documentary about anti-Semitism isn't anybody's idea of a good time. But director Mark Levin ("Slam") pulled off an extraordinary feat: "Protocols of Zion" is an invigorating movie on a complex topic. Levin grants every side of the controversy equal screen time and still manages to come through loud and clear with his guardedly hopeful message: never stop believing that it is possible for people to overcome their differences and come together.
In the months after September 11, Levin kept coming across the following question: "Have you heard," people would ask him, "that no Jews died in the World Trade Center?" Levin, who is Jewish himself, decided to investigate. The trail of the conspiracy that supposedly warned all Jewish workers to stay at home on 9/11 led to "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion," a 19th century book that details plans for a secret Jewish cabal to rule the world. Even though the "Protocols" have been discredited as a fake circulated by anti-Semites for decades, they still sell, and they still have the power to convince.

Recalled a site visited from years back

Sweet Liberty Site

Owner of site wrote:


TOOL of the International Zionists' Plan for World Dominion

PART ONE by Jackie Patru May 16, 2002

Washington Post article

A Dangerous Lie: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion
'Protocols of Zion': The Life of a Fraud & Its True Believers

By Philip Kennicott
Washington Post Staff Writer
Saturday, April 22, 2006; Page C01

If you're curious to read "The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion," the century-old anti-Semitic tract that was beloved of Hitler, Henry Ford and King Faisal of Saudi Arabia, then you have already entered into its complex web. To read it you must find it, which isn't hard, but should you pay for it? You can buy a copy on ("used and new from $14.90"), but that would require you to participate in the commercial circulation of an ugly book. Or you can download it for free at various Islamic and anti-Semitic Web sites and drive up their traffic while dropping your computer's identifying cookie on Web pages you'd rather not be seen visiting. Either way, you'll feel a little dirty afterward.

"The Protocols," a badly written text of about 100 pages that purports to be a secret plan for world domination hatched at a meeting of powerful Jewish leaders, has been circulating publicly since 1903, when it appeared in serial form in a Russian newspaper. It is the subject of a new exhibition that opened yesterday at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. It is also the inspiration for Marc Levin's 2005 documentary, "Protocols of Zion," which takes the book's popularity among bigots and conspiracy theorists as the starting point for a meditation on what it means to be Jewish in a world that still hatches notions such as Jews being responsible for 9/11. The new exhibition also features a computer screen showing Internet sites from around the world -- some celebrating, others debunking "The Protocols." The inescapable conclusion is that the book is alive and well, and its message is finding fertile new ground in susceptible readers...

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