Protocols of the Elders of Zion, Protocol 15

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Protocols of the Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion

Protocol Number 15 : Ruthless Suppression


1. When we at last definitely come into our kingdom
by the aid of coups d'etat
prepared everywhere for one and the same day,
after definitely acknowledged
(and not a little time will pass before that comes about,
perhaps even a whole century)
we shall make it our task
to see that against us
such things as plots shall no longer exist.

With this purpose
we shall slay without mercy
all who take arms (in hand)
to oppose our coming into our kingdom.

Every kind of new institution
of anything like a secret society
will also be punished with death;

those of them which are now in existence,
are known to us,
serve us and have served us,
we shall disband
and send into exile
to continents far removed from Europe.

In this way
we shall proceed with those goy Masons
who know too much;
such of these as we may for some reason spare
will be kept in constant fear of exile.

We shall promulgate a law
making all former members of secret societies
liable to exile from Europe as the center of rule.

2. Resolutions of our government will be final,
without appeal.

3. In the goy societies,
in which we have planted
and deeply rooted discord and protestantism,
the only possible way of restoring order
is to employ merciless measures
that prove the direct force of authority:

no regard must be paid to the victims who fall,
they suffer for the well-being of the future.

The attainment of that well-being,
even at the expense of sacrifices,
is the duty of any kind of government
that acknowledges as justification for its existence
not only its privileges
but its obligations.

The principal guarantee of stability of rule
is to confirm the aureole of power,
and this aureole
is attained only by such a majestic inflexibility of might
as shall carry on its face
the emblems of inviolability from mystical causes
- from the choice of God.

Such was,
until recent times,
the Russian autocracy,
the one and only serious foe we had in the world,
without counting the papacy.

Bear in mind the example when Italy,
drenched with blood,
never touched a hair of the head of Sulla
who had poured forth that blood:

Sulla enjoyed an apotheosis for his might in him,
but his intrepid return to Italy
ringed him round with inviolability.

The people do not lay a finger on him
who hypnotizes them by his daring
and strength of mind.


4. Meantime, however,
until we come into our kingdom,
we shall act in the contrary way:

we shall create and multiply free masonic lodges
in all the countries of the world,
absorb into them all
who may become or who are prominent in public activity,
for these lodges
we shall find our principal intelligence office
and means of influence.

All these lodges
we shall bring under one central administration,
known to us alone
and to all others absolutely unknown,
which will be composed of our learned elders.

The lodges
will have their representatives
who will serve to screen the above-mentioned administration
of masonry
and from whom will issue the watchword and program.

In these lodges
we shall tie together the knot
which binds together
all revolutionary and liberal elements.

Their composition
will be made up of all strata of society.

The most secret political plots
will be known to us
and fall under our guiding hands
on the very day of their conception.

Among the members of these lodges
will be almost all the agents
of international and national police
since their service is for us irreplaceable
in the respect that the police
is in a position not only to use its own particular measures
with the insubordinate,
but also to screen our activities
and provide pretexts for discontents, et cetera.

5. The class of people
who most willingly enter into secret societies
are those who live by their wits,
and in general people,
mostly light-minded,
with whom we shall have no difficulty in dealing
and in using
to wind up the mechanism of the machine
devised by us.

If this world grows agitated
the meaning of that will be
that we have had to stir up
in order to break up its too great solidarity.

But if there should arise in the midst a plot,
then at the head of that plot
will be no other
than one of our most trusted servants.

It is natural
that we and no other should lead masonic activities,
for we know whither we are leading,
we know the final goal
of every form of activity
whereas the goyim have knowledge of nothing,
not even of the immediate effect of action;
they put before themselves,
the momentary reckoning of the satisfaction
of their self-opinion
in the accomplishment of their thought
without even remarking
that the very conception never belonged to their initiative
but to our instigation of their thought ....

6. The goyim enter the lodges
out of curiosity
or in the hope by their means
to get a nibble at the public pie,
and some of them
in order to obtain a hearing before the public
for their impracticable and groundless fantasies:

they thirst for the emotion of success and applause,
of which we are remarkably generous.

And the reason why we give them this success
is to make use of the nigh conceit of themselves
to which it gives birth,
for that insensibly disposes them
to assimulate our suggestions
without being on their guard
against them in the fullness of their confidence
that it is their own infallibility
which is giving utterance to their own thoughts
and that it is impossible for them
to borrow those of others ....

You cannot imagine
to what extent the wisest of the goyim
can be brought to a state of unconscious naivete
in the presence of this condition
of high conceit of themselves,
and at the same time
how easy it is
to take the heart out of them
by the slightest ill-success,
though it be nothing more
than the stoppage of the applause they had,
and to reduce them to a slavish submission
for the sake of winning a renewal of success ....

by so much as ours disregard success,
if only they can carry through their plans,
by so much the "goyim" are willing
to sacrifice any plans only to have success.

This psychology of theirs
materially facilitates for us the task
of setting them in the required direction.

These tigers in appearance
have the souls of sheep
and the wind blows freely
through their heads.

We have set them on the hobby-horse of an idea
about the absorption of individuality
by the symbolic unit of collectivism ....

They have never yet
and they never will have the sense
to reflect that this hobby-horse
is a manifest violation
of the most important law of nature,
which has established
from the very creation of the world
one unit unlike another
and precisely for the purpose
of instituting individuality ....

7. If we have been able
to bring them to such a pitch
of stupid blindness is it not a proof,
and an amazingly clear proof,
of the degree to which the mind of the goyim
is undeveloped
in comparison with our mind?

This it is, mainly,
which guarantees our success.


8. And how far-seeing
were our learned elders in ancient times
when they said
that to attain a serious end
it behooves not to stop at any means
or to count the victims
sacrificed for the sake of that end ....

We have not counted the victims
of the seed of the goy cattle,
though we have sacrificed many of our own,
but for that we have now already given them
such a position on the earth
as they could not even have dreamed of.

The comparatively small numbers of the victims
from the number of ours
have preserved our nationality from destruction.

9. Death is the inevitable end for all.

It is better to bring that end nearer to those
who hinder our affairs than to ourselves,
to the founders of this affair.

We execute masons in such wise
that none save the brotherhood
can ever have a suspicion of it,
not even the victims themselves
of our death sentence,
they all die when required
as if from a normal kind of illness .....

Knowing this, even the brotherhood in its turn
dare not protest.

By such methods
we have plucked out of the midst of masonry
the very root of protest against our disposition.

While preaching liberalism to the goy
we at the same time
keep our own people
and our agents
in a state of unquestioningly submission.

10. Under our influence
the execution of the laws of the goyim
has been reduced to a minimum.

The prestige of the law
has been exploded
by the liberal interpretations
introduced into this sphere.

In the most important
and fundamental affairs and questions,
judges decide as we dictate to them,
see matters in the light
wherewith we enfold them
for the administration of the goyim,
of course,
through persons who are our tools
though we do not appear to have anything
in common with them
- by newspaper opinion
or by other means

.... Even senators
and the higher administration
accept our counsels.

The purely brute mind of the goyim
is incapable of use for analysis and observation,
and still more
for the foreseeing whither
a certain manner of setting
a question may tend.

11. In this difference in capacity for thought
between the goyim and ourselves
may be clearly discerned
the seal of our position
as the Chosen People
and of our higher quality of humanness,
in contradistinction to the brute mind of the goyim.

Their eyes are open,
but see nothing before them
and do not invent (unless perhaps, material things).

From this it is plain
that nature herself has destined us
to guide and rule the world.


12. When comes the time of our overt rule,
the time to manifest its blessing,
we shall remake all legislatures,
all our laws will be brief,
without any kind of interpretations,
so that anyone will be in a position
to know them perfectly.

The main feature
which will run right through them
is submission to orders,
and this principle
will be carried to a grandiose height.

Every abuse
will then disappear
in consequence of the responsibility
of all down to the lowest unit
before the higher authority
of the representative of power.

Abuses of power
subordinate to this last instance
will be so mercilessly punished
that none will be found anxious
to try experiments
with their own powers.

We shall follow up jealously
every action of the administration
on which depends the smooth running
of the machinery of the State,
for slackness in this
produces slackness everywhere;

not a single case of illegality
or abuse of power
will be left without exemplary punishment.

13. Concealment of guilt,
connivance between those
in the service of the administration
- all this kind of evil will disappear
after the very first examples
of severe punishment.

The aureole of our power demands suitable,
that is, cruel,
punishments for the slightest infringement,
for the sake of gain,
of its supreme prestige.

The sufferer,
though his punishment
may exceed his fault,
will count as a soldier
falling on the administrative field of battle
in the interest of authority,
principle and law,
which do not permit
that any of those
who hold the reins of the public coach
should turn aside
from the public highway
to their own private paths.

For examples,
our judges will know
that whenever they feel disposed
to plume themselves on foolish clemency,
they are violating the law of justice
which is instituted
for the exemplary edification of men
by penalties for lapses
and not for display of the spiritual qualities
of the judges ....

Such qualities it is proper to show in private life,
but not in a public square
which is the educationally basis of human life.
(Is it not a coincidence that the Jewish created
"Bar Associations" has declared that
"May 1st" to be "Law Day;"
the same date that the Jews created the "Illuminati"
under the guidance of Adam Wiesthaust in 1776?
Is it also a coincidence
that the Jewish created "Communist Nations"
celebrate "May 1st" as a National holiday?).

14. Our legal staff
will serve not beyond the age of 55,
because old men more obstinately hold
to prejudiced opinions,
and are less capable of submitting
to new directions,
and secondly
because this will give us the possibility
by this measure of securing elasticity
in the changing of staff,
which will thus the more easily bend
under our pressure:

he who wishes to keep his place
will have to give blind obedience to deserve it.

In general,
our judges will be elected by us only
from among those who thoroughly understand
that the part they have to play
is to punish and apply laws
and not to dream about
the manifestations of liberalism
at the expense of the educational scheme of the State,
as the goyim in these days imagine it to be ....

This method of shuffling the staff
will serve also to explode
any collective solidarity of those
in the same service
and will bind all
to the interests of the government
upon which their fate will depend.

The young generation of judges
will be trained in certain views
regarding the inadmissibility of any abuses
that might disturb the established order
of our subjects among themselves.

15. In these days
the judges of the goyim create indulgences
to every kind of crimes,
not having a just understanding of their office,
because the rulers of the present age
in appointing judges to office
take no care to inculcate in them
a sense of duty and consciousness
of the matter which is demanded of them.

As a brute beast lets out its young
in search of prey,
so do the goyim give to them
for what purpose such place was created.

This is the reason why their governments
are being ruined by their own forces
through the acts of their own administration.

16. Let us borrow from the example
of the results of these actions
yet another lesson for our government.

17. We shall root out liberalism
from all the important strategic posts of our government
on which depends the training of subordinates
for our State structure.

Such posts will fall exclusively to those
who have been trained by us for administrative rule.

To the possible objection
that the retirement of old servants
will cost the Treasury heavily,
I reply,
they will be provided with some private service
in place of what they lose, and,
I have to remark that all the money in the world
will be concentrated in our hands,
consequently it is not our government
that has to fear expense.


18. Our absolutism
will in all things be logically consecutive
and therefore
in each one of its decrees
our supreme will be respected
and unquestionably fulfilled:
it will ignore all murmurs,
all discontents of every kind
and will destroy to the root
every kind of manifestation of them
in act by punishment of an exemplary character.

19. We shall abolish the right of cessation,
which will be transferred exclusively to our disposal
- to the cognizance of him who rules,
for we must not allow the conception
among the people of a thought
that there could be such a thing
as a decision that is not right of judges
set up by us.

If, however, anything like this should occur,
we shall ourselves cassate the decision,
but inflict therewith such exemplary punishment
on the judge for lack of understanding of his duty
and the purpose of his appointment
as will prevent a repetition of such cases ....

I repeat
that it must be born in mind
that we shall know every step of our administration
which only needs to be closely watched
for the people to be content with us,
for it has the right to demand
from a good government
a good official.

20. Our government will have the appearance
of a patriarchal paternal guardianship
on the part of our ruler.

Our own nation and our subjects
will discern in his person a father
caring for their every need,
their every act,
their every inter-relation
as subjects one with another,
as well as their relations to the ruler.

They will then be so thoroughly imbued with the thought
that it is impossible for them to dispense
with this wardship and guidance,
if they wish to live in peace and quiet,
that they will acknowledge the autocracy of our ruler
with a devotion bordering on "apotheosis,"
especially when they are convinced
that those whom we set up
do not put their own in place of authority,
but only blindly execute his dictates.

They will be rejoiced
that we have regulated everything in their lives
as is done by wise parents
who desire to train children
in the cause of duty and submission.

For the peoples of the world
in regard to the secrets of our polity
are ever through the ages
only children under age,
precisely as are also their governments.

21. As you see,
I found our despotism on right and duty:
the right to compel the execution of duty
is the direct obligation of a government
which is a father for its subjects.

It has the right of the strong
that it may use it
for the benefit of directing humanity
towards that order which is defined by nature,

Everything in the world
is in a state of submission,
if not to man,
then to circumstances
or its own inner character,
in all cases,
to what is stronger.

And so shall we be
this something stronger
for the sake of good.

22. We are obliged without hesitatio
to sacrifice individuals,
who commit a breach of established order,
for in the exemplary punishment of evil
lies a great educational problem.

23. When the King of Israel
sets upon his sacred head
the crown offered him by Europe
he will become patriarch of the world.

The indispensable victims
offered by him in consequence of their suitability
will never reach the number of victims
offered in the course of centuries
by the mania of magnificence,
the emulation between the goy governments.

24. Our King
will be in constant communion with the peoples,
making to them from the tribune speeches
which fame will in that same hour distribute
over all the world.

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"It would however be incomplete in this respect if we
did not join to it, cause or consequence of this state of mind,
the predominance of the idea of Justice. Moreover and the
offset is interesting, it is the idea of Justice, which in
concurrence, with the passionalism of the race, is at the base
of Jewish revolutionary tendencies. It is by awakening this
sentiment of justice that one can promote revolutionary
agitation. Social injustice which results from necessary social
inequality, is however, fruitful: morality may sometimes excuse
it but never justice.

The doctrine of equality, ideas of justice, and
passionalism decide and form revolutionary tendencies.
Undiscipline and the absence of belief in authority favors its
development as soon as the object of the revolutionary tendency
makes its appearance. But the 'object' is possessions: the
object of human strife, from time immemorial, eternal struggle
for their acquisition and their repartition. THIS IS COMMUNISM

Even the instinct of property, moreover, the result of
attachment to the soil, does not exist among the Jews, these
nomads, who have never owned the soil and who have never wished
to own it. Hence their undeniable communist tendencies from the
days of antiquity."

(Kadmi Cohen, pp. 81-85;

Secret Powers Behind Revolution, by Vicomte Leon de Poncins,
pp. 194-195)

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Illuminati, Freemason, NWO, Lucifer, Satan, 666]