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Wikipedia and the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion
May 29, 2010

Wikipedia and the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion (May 29, 2010)

Subject: Protocols of the Elders of Zion
From: Frank B
Date: Wed, May 26, 2010
To: Ken Adachi

Dear Mr. Adachi,

I appreciated finding some helpful information on your webpage about a topic that a friend had asked me to research related to an orgasnization in India. I was surprised to see the entry about the "Protocols of Sion" and, upon viewing it, see that you apparently accept that as a genuine document. Since you referenced Wikipedia in the other item I was researching to support your position, I assume that you accept it as a reliable source.

Some time ago I had read the Wikipedia article on the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, and that explains that it is a hoax document designed to provoke anti-semitism. The Wikipedia article amply proves the plagerism that was done to develop the original Protocols article to foment anti-Jewish sentiment in Russia and Western Europe in general. That was then transferred to the U.S. The link is:

I hope that you would rectify your link on the "" webpage, so that people who access it will not be misinformed. Thank you very much for your attention to this matter.

Respectfully, Frank B.


Dear Frank,

Wikipedia is not a reliable source for anything. It is a source of information that may or may not be accurate to varying degrees depending on the topic under discussion. While well known sources of information, such as the Encyclopedia Britannica, can contain misleading and erroneous information, Wikipedia is a total crap shoot as anybody can "edit" Wikipedia pages and their teams of "editors" can change a page to reflect any point of view they wish to present. Much of what you read on Wikipedia is essentially pro-government (or perhaps CIA) spin. No one in their right mind places any reliability for truthfulness or honesty in Wikipedia. However, that is not to say that it doesn't contain useful information for reference purposes.

I would fully expect Wikipedia to debunk the Protocols as they are largely a pro-establishment (meaning pro-Zionist, pro-Illuminati) spin factory.

The reason I get up to 3.5 million hits each month at my web site is PRECISELY because I inform people and DO NOT mislead them with misinformation or disinformation, at least to the best of my ability.

The Protocols are as genuine and real as the nose on your face. If you don't know that, then you haven't looked into the topic very seriously.

Depending on Wikipedia is your first mistake.

Sincerely, Ken

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