Protocol 24 | Jews Rule the World: A Critical Review

In recent decades, conspiracy claims about Jews dominating the world have been a controversial topic that often appears in various forms. One of the most controversial statements is the so-called "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" or "Protocols of Zion." This document has been used by conspiracy theorists to support their view of the Jews as holders of dark global power.

However, before we go deeper, it is important to remember that this claim has been considered a well-known forgery and has been widely disputed by the academic and historical community. These Protocols, which first appeared in the early 20th century, are allegedly secret documents that reveal Jewish plans to control the world through a global conspiracy. However, historians have shown strong evidence that this document is the result of a forgery made by an unknown party.

In this article, we will explore the history of these Protocols and see why they should be considered forgeries. In addition, we will also see the negative impact produced by the spread of conspiracy claims like this.

History of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion

The Protocols of the Elders of Zion first appeared in Russia at the beginning of the 20th century and were claimed to be the result of the secret findings of a Russian secret agent who attended meetings of the Zionists. This document consists of 24 protocols that detail the Jewish plan to take over the world through political and media manipulation.

However, in 1921, the French newspaper, "Le Temps," and the American newspaper, "The New York Times," published articles exposing these Protocols as forgeries. The evidence includes the fact that this document contains the same claims as a previously published fictional novel and does not have a strong historical basis.

Negative Impact of Conspiracy Claims

Although it is clear that the Protocols of the Elders of Zion are forgeries, these claims live on in conspiracy culture. They have been used as the basis for anti-Semitic conspiracy theories that harm the Jewish community and create unnecessary fear and mistrust.

These conspiracy claims can also poison relations between different communities and cause unnecessary conflict. Therefore, it is important to view with skepticism conspiracy claims that do not have a strong basis in fact and history.


The Protocols of the Elders of Zion is a classic example of a conspiracy claim that has been proven to be a forgery. We should be careful in accepting this kind of claim without strong evidence and understand that this kind of conspiracy can have a negative impact on society and inter-community relations. Criticism based on facts and history is important to prevent the spread of harmful conspiracy claims and maintain balance in public discussion.

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