Protocols of the Elders of Zion, Protocol 17

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Protocols of the Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion

Protocol Number 17 : Abuse Of Authority


1. The practice of advocacy produces men cold,
cruel, persistent, unprincipled,
who in all cases take up an impersonal,
purely legal standpoint.

They have the inveterate habit
to refer everything to its value
for the defense and not to the public welfare of its results.

They do not usually decline
to undertake any defense whatever,
they strive for an acquittal at all costs,
caviling over every petty crux of jurisprudence
and thereby they demoralize justice.

For this reason
we shall set this profession
into narrow frames which will keep it
inside this sphere of executive public service.

equally with judges,
will be deprived of the right of communication with litigant;

they will receive business only from the court
and will study it by notes of report and documents,
defending their clients
after they have been interrogated in court
on facts that have appeared.

They will receive an honorarium
without regard to the quality of the defense.

This will render them mere reporters on law-business
in the interests of justice
and as counterpoise to the proctor
who will be the reporter
in the interests of prosecution;

this will shorten business before the courts.

In this way
will be established a practice of honest unprejudiced defense
conducted not from personal interest
but by conviction.

This will also, by the way,
remove the present practice
of corrupt bargain between advocation
to agree only to let that side win
which pays most .....


2. We have long past taken care
to discredit the priesthood of "goyim,"
and thereby to ruin their mission on earth
which in these days
might still be a great hindrance to us.

Day by day
its influence on the peoples of the world is falling lower.

Freedom of conscience has been declared everywhere,
so that now only years divide us from the moment
of the complete wrecking of that Christian religion:

as to other religions
we shall have still less difficulty in dealing with them,
but it would be premature to speak of this now.

We shall act clericalism and clericals
into such narrow frames
as to make their influence
move in retrogressive proportion
to its former progress.

3. When the time comes finally
to destroy the papal court
the finger of an invisible hand
will point the nations towards this court.

When, however,
the nations fling themselves upon it,
we shall come forward
in the guise of its defenders
as if to save excessive bloodshed.

By this diversion
we shall penetrate to its very bowels
and be sure we shall never come out again
until we have gnawed through
the entire strength of this place.

4. The king of the Jews
will be the real pope of the universe,
the patriarch of the international church.

5. But, in the meantime,
while we are re-educating youth
in new traditional religions
and afterwards in ours,
we shall not overtly lay a finger
on existing churches,
but we shall fight against them
by criticism calculated to produce schism

6. In general, then,
our contemporary press
will continue to convict State affairs,
incapacities of the goyim,
always using the most unprincipled expressions
in order by every means
to lower their prestige
in the manner which can only be practiced
by the genius of our gifted tribe ....

7. Our kingdom will be an apologia
of the divinity Vishnu,
in whom is found its personification
- in our hundred hands will be,
one in each,
the springs of the machinery of social life.

We shall see everything without the aid
of official police which,
in that scope of its rights
which we elaborated for the use of the goyim,
hinders governments from seeing.

In our programs
one-third of our subjects
will keep the rest
under observation from a sense of duty,
on the principle of volunteer service
to the State.

It will then be no disgrace
to be a spy and informer,
but a merit:

unfounded denunciations, however,
will be cruelly punished
that there may be development of abuses of this right.

8. Our agents will be taken from the higher
as well as the lower ranks of society,
from among the administrative class
who spend their time in amusements,
printers and publishers,
booksellers, clerks,
and salesmen, workmen,
coachmen, lackeys, et cetera.

This body,
having no rights
and not being empowered to take any action on their own account,
and consequently a police without any power,
will only witness and report:

verification of their reports and arrests
will depend upon a responsible group of controllers
of police affairs,
while the actual act of arrest
will be performed by the gendarmerie
and the municipal police.

Any person
not denouncing anything seen or heard
concerning questions of polity
will also be charged with
and made responsible for concealment,
if it be proved
that he is guilty of this crime.

9. Just as nowadays our brethren,
are obliged at their own risk
to denounce to the Kabal apostates
of their own family
or members who have been noticed doing anything
in opposition to the Kabal,
so in our kingdom
over all the world
it will be obligatory for all our subjects
to observe the duty of service
to the state in this direction.

10. Such an organization
will extirpate abuses of authority,
of force, of bribery,
everything in fact which we by our counsels,
by out theories of the superhuman rights of man,
have introduced into the customs of the goyim ....

But how else were we to procure that increase of causes
predisposing to disorders
in the midst of their administration? ....

Among the number of those methods
one of the most important is
- agents for the restoration of order,
so placed as to have the opportunity
in their disintegrating activity
of developing and displaying
their evil inclinations -
obstinate self-conceit,
irresponsible exercise of authority,
and, first and foremost,

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