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Protocols of the Elders of Zion is a book that claims to describe the master plan of the Jews to take over the world. The author and publishing date are unknown. This work was used as a distraction from the real world domination plot in Protocols of the Elders of Ursine!

StoryEdit

The book is laid out like an instruction manual. It describes to a new Jewish recruit (a Jewcruit) how the Jews can take over the world. According to the book, the Jews want to take over the world's media and banks, and convice the world that they didn't just take over the media and the banks but were actually celebrating Yom Kippur or something. The idea is that the non-Jews, who already have no idea what goes on in Jewish holidays, would ignore the plot, thinking it was some kind of ritual.

Critical ReactionEdit

When it was first published, Protocols of the Elders of Zion was panned by literary critics. Most reviewers complained that it was a recycle of the plot of The Da Vinci Code, only with Jews instead of Opus Dei. Some critics noted that it was riddled with plot holes, and that the characters were bland and two-dimensional. Others noted that large dimensions of the story were left sadly unexplored, such as the role of the homosexual agenda in the Jews' master plan. Despite its poor mainstream reception, the book does have a cult following among certain cults, such as the KKK.

AuthorshipEdit

Jon Stewart. John Stewart

Coming To America!Edit

The great car magnate, Henry Ford brought this book to America's attention. Mr. Ford serialized the 50 chapter book in his newspaper, The Dearborn Antisemite, which was included free with every one of his employee's paystubs.

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