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Protocols of the Elders of Goyion

I am not one easily duped by conspiracy theories like 9/11 “Truth” or “Jews control the major world powers,” but I am not a Zionist either. I consider myself an anti-zionist and a progressive endowed with clear-eyed objectivity. This is not a statement to propitiate the audience of an anti-zionist site but to indicate that a conspiracy detected by me should be taken seriously.

I call it The Protocols of the Elders of Goyion because I like the irony of the allusion: this one is real! Here are the facts:

I did not suspect Nelson Mandela (now 93) for being an anti-semite when he accused Israel of apartheid and claimed that “the problem of Palestine” began not in 1967 but in 1948, that the right of return of Palestinian refugees is the “major component” of the problem or when he harped on so-called similarities between Israel’s [alleged] and South Africa’s apartheid.

Why did he have me fooled? Because he is the legendary leader of South Africa’s anti-apartheid struggle and the recipient of awards for peace and justice, too many to list.

I did not suspect Desmond Tutu (now 82), another self-proclaimed apartheid connoisseur, for being an anti-semite when he also accused Israel of apartheid and went even further by attacking what he called “Jewish power” in the US (“People are scared in this country to say wrong is wrong because the Jewish lobby is powerful.”) and used anti-semitic slurs and insults like  –

Jews think they have a monopoly on God,”

Jews have cornered the market on suffering.”

Why did he have me fooled? Because he is a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, recipient of the Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism and the Ghandi Peace Prize and also an iconic figure in the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa.

I merely thought that these two men had their minds enfeebled by old age and that, like all African blacks, they see apartheid everywhere. I admit I had also given them some slack, as we Americans always do when it comes to blacks—it is called PC and I deplore it although I, too, am guilty of it.

GunterGrassPencilI did, however, instantly recognize virulent anti-semitism in Gunther Grass (now 85) when he published his outrageous poem that attacked Israel in what amounted to a blood libel, claiming it threatens world peace and brazenly calling upon his government to stop delivery of German submarines that can be equipped with nuclear heads to Israel.

Why did I manage to nab him? Because unlike Mandela and Tutu he has no pigmentary shield and worse: he is German, a biological fact that his Nobel Prize for Literature and his various past activities in the peace movement cannot dilute. As they say, blood does tell.

I also easily identified Prof. Johan Galtung (now 82) as an anti-semite when he espoused his belief in “Jewish power” controlling the media, by resorting to the crude tactic of counting Jews (“Six Jewish companies control 96% of the media”). It stands to reason that any Goy who identifies Jews in positions of power as “Jews” and counts them is an anti-semite. If a Jew or a even a Goy has that kind of curiosity there are trustworthy Jewish sites on the internet like “Jew or not Jew?” that count Jews without bias and bigotry.

He also said about the Protocols of the Elders of Zion that:

It is impossible to [read it] today without thinking of Goldman Sachs.

Most recently he went so far as to claim that the Mossad could have conceivably been connected to the Breivik attack in Norway.

He was exposed as an anti-semite by the Wiesenthal Center and even more ably by Ronald Lauder, President of the World Jewish Congress and, more importantly, the mogul of the cosmetic giant Estee Lauder—who better to paint the right face on anti-semitism?

Why was it easy for me to identify Galtung? Because, despite the much-vaunted Peace Research Institute in Oslo he set up as a cover in 1964, despite his much ballyhooed theories of conflict resolution, structural violence and his various contributions in several sciences, despite the various honors he received (like The Alternative Nobel Prize, what a laugh), his anti-semitism and desire to delegitimize Israel come through loud and clear in his statements, as does his anti-Americanism (after the fall of the Soviet Union he “predicted that the US will no longer be a functioning superpower”).

Last but not least, he is a Norwegian and I read on wikipedia that Norwegian anti-semitism goes back to the Middle Ages, proven by the fact the “Jews were mentioned unfavorably in the Icelandic Sagas,” likely among his childhood readings.

What do these men have in common, other than old age? It is a multi-national, multi-racial group and all are internationally respected. Two of them are Nobel Prize laureates. They might have hoped that their reputations would immunize them against being unmasked as anti-semites.

I am not one of those people who knock the Nobel Prize indiscriminately for being politicized. After all they do get it right so often, as can be seen in a few illustrious examples of Peace Prize laureats: Kissinger, Begin, Wiesel, Peres, Obama. Nevertheless I do not allow a prize named after the inventor of dynamite to blind me.

What these men really have in common, other than advanced age, is that they are Goyim and they are anti-semites. It pains me to say it but the last two go together virtually always (with extremely few exceptions, like myself) as an innate trait.

A conspiracy is a confluence of ideology and activities even if the conspirators do not know each other, as is probably the case here, except for Mandela and Tutu to whom, again, I have to cut some slack because, being black they would tend to hang out together. The conspirators do not need written Protocols. Unless we find them, which brings me to my last point:

This is still work in progress and I need all the help I can get from like-minded anti-zionist progressives by way of providing me with what others make so much of: “proofs.” I would specifically appreciate help in dealing with an “outlier” in my theory, namely the existence of a number of internationally well-known and highly respected (most likely for the wrong reasons) people who are neither old nor Goyim and yet espouse the same pernicious views.

Among many such sad examples there is one who has been called “Israel’s enemy #1” by none other than Prof. Dershowitz, a distinguished American lawyer, expert in difficult “husband-kills-wife” celebrity defense cases. I shall not identify Israel’s enemy by name here because I do not wish to help promoting his book: The Wandering Who?—available from for $10.06, Kindle edition, $7.60 plus shipping (varies by state).




23 Responses to Protocols of the Elders of Goyion

  1. searching May 7, 2012 at 9:58 pm #

    :)) Funny.
    I have to admit that I fully agree with you.
    I didn’t know of an existence of “The Protocols of Elders of Goyion”. Thank you for pointing it out. Very interesting.
    “The protocols of Elders of Zion” got a lot of of “conspirational” bad press, and should be put among fairy tales, made-up, anti-Semitic stories, but this “The Protocols of Elders of Goyion” is a very strange phenomenon.
    It should be thoroughly examined, condemned,ostracised and disavowed.
    I didn’t realised that so many of those, well known, and unfortunately, quite respected Goyim Elders, present such a “pernicious views”.
    Where did we go wrong that such views are allowed to see a day light?? Are our public censors sleeping?? We have to non-violently boycott those dangerous old personas.
    And I think I know a name of this enemy #1, mentioned by not-so-highly regarded in our circles prof D. I’ll have to buy his book, and actually read it, otherwise he’ll accuse me that I don’t know what I am talking about. I don’t like to feel that stupid.
    I’ll pick a Kindle edition. It’s cheaper.

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos May 7, 2012 at 10:40 pm #

      “Where did we go wrong that such views are allowed to see a day light?? Are our public censors sleeping?? ”

      Sad but true. We have to keep our eyes and unmask them.

  2. searching May 7, 2012 at 11:08 pm #

    In the meantime I came across at some other fake ,vicious insinuations that are made against our highly regarded “chosen by the chosen ones” brothers a.k.a rabbis.
    Some call them “rabid rabbis”.

    P.S I emptied my piggy bank, and I have 7.60 needed to buy Kindle edition book.
    I don’t have for shipping charges, so I’ll have to pass my dougnat and coffee tommorow.

  3. Jonathon Blakeley May 7, 2012 at 11:25 pm #

    When Louise Mensch MP (Mentally Puritanical) recently signed a letter opposing the boycott of Israel’s (The Zionist Entity) Theatre Habima and declaring how it was yet another example anti-semitism towards Jews…. I thought… Hmmnn.
    That was very Zionasty,.

    Jonathan Miller (famous theatre producer, very tall ) was on that List. opposing Habima, thus he became anti-Semite according to the Menshites.
    So he Would also fit in with your thesis.

  4. searching May 7, 2012 at 11:47 pm #

    off the topic.
    I just stumbled at the info that at Obama’s party were two, very,very,very important people in America. Kim Kardishan and Lindey Lohan.
    Maybe he will consider them as his personal advisors after winning an election??
    Also I am slightly disappointed that he did not make this party at the Playboy Mansion.
    Iam sure Hugh Hufner would be delighted.
    What an honour it would be. Such an appreciation of Huffner’s input into demoralization of America. So far not rewarded . Yet.

  5. Jonathon Blakeley May 7, 2012 at 11:57 pm #

    “The Protocols of Elders of Goyion” having pondered on this. Do you mean – a conspiracy of peoples (Goyim) who criticise Israel/Jewsh Power & are subsequently labeled “anti-semite”.
    Because we pretty much established on Paul Eisen’s post “We are all anti-semites now” … except for Louse Mensch. Who is definitely not “anti-semite”.

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos May 8, 2012 at 12:38 am #

      Don’t confuse me, please, Jonathon. If we are all anti-semites then nobody is an anti-semite and what kind of the world would that be? That came out wrong. You can see how frazzled I am.
      I am rather upset because a friend sent me the link to the uprooted palestinians site:

      It has picked up The Protocols of the Elders of Goyion which they must have misunderstood, and at the end, although I clearly said I did not wish to promote “The Book” they appended a rather garish flashing sign calling it “a pioneering work,” “fearless,” “great wit and wisdom, ” “sensitive, perceptive”and other such quotes and in large caps: BUY IT NOW IN AMAZON– IN KINDLE.

      A terrible thought just passed through my mind a moment ago when I referred to it as The Book. What is people started calling it that?!?
      What if they started thinking that’s what the phrase “people of the Book” means?

      • searching May 8, 2012 at 12:51 am #

        It looks like people, oftentimes, have a hard time detecting an irony behind the lines.
        They wanted to make it better, but it looks like the blew it a little , at the very end.

      • Jonathon Blakeley May 8, 2012 at 8:47 am #

        Uprooted Palestinians site keep on scraping DeLiberation for content. It so much easier than creating content yourself. I was thinking about scraping Uprooted palestinain websites for content. But since most of it is ours anyway….and that would most likely start a vicious feedback loop from which I doubt we could escape.
        Besides its just not nice.

        • Ariadna Theokopoulos May 8, 2012 at 1:32 pm #

          I don’t think it is a bad thing to reproduce material that has appeared elsewhere as long as they proper attribution is given to the site of the original publication, which they did.
          I also liked that they used my tongue-in-cheek statement at the end about not wishing to publicize” The Book” as an opportunity to add a flashing flag in which they inserted a blurb with laudatory quotes and urged people to buy it from Amazon. I imagine the liver pains it gives to those who “critiqued” it without having even read it and urge others to … not read it also.
          In the case of articles that are not just satires, but actual meaty articles, like Terror in Tel Aviv by Roy Tov, which reports on events one may not otherwise learn about, I am even more supportive of republication on as many sites as possible. Not only does it inform but it engenders discussion, which is itself informative.

          • Somoe May 8, 2012 at 6:23 pm #

            It is definitely good to share information that is of value, although it is poor form to do it without seeking the permission of the author or the site from which it is copied.

            However, using scraper software to do it is a highly questionable way of doing it, as it has a detrimental effect on the host site where all the data is pulled from, causing it to fall over/slow down on occasion.

  6. who_me May 8, 2012 at 6:22 am #

    well done, Ariadna Theokopoulos. 🙂

  7. Gilad Atzmon May 8, 2012 at 11:44 am #

    We have some incredible writers on this site.. i am so pleased. Ariadna, you are the funniest writer around. and you are right,,, our discourse could do with some elders,,

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos May 8, 2012 at 1:33 pm #

      Thank you, Gilad.
      Thanks, who_me.

  8. Somoe May 8, 2012 at 6:10 pm #

    Superb form, Ariadna! On such a ‘serious’ matter as anti-semitism, you manage to inform as well as amuse your audience – no mean feat.

    You know, I think you are not alone in having missed the anti-semitic tendencies of Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela, there are many of us who similarly fell for the ‘hype’ of their advocacy for Justice, and freedom fighting ways along with their hiding behind their ‘pigmentary shield’! Very good of you to share your wisdom on the matter:-)lol

    You are, w/out doubt, one of the funniest writers with a distinctive style, a very droll wit.

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos May 8, 2012 at 9:58 pm #

      Thanks, Somoe, let’s keep vigil and watching out for anti-semites 🙂

  9. searching May 8, 2012 at 6:11 pm #

    here is a recent short video from the BBC intreview with prof Finkesltein. Please notice the moronic, propagandists behavior of the woman who ask him questions.

    • Somoe May 8, 2012 at 7:02 pm #

      Top link, searching! The moronic, propagandist behaviour of the interviewer is inescapable and cringe-making. There was absolutely no way she was ever going to engage by answering his not so hard question.

      Worth watching the whole interview as despite the irritating interviewer’s interrupting ways, Norman makes some excellent points.

      • searching May 8, 2012 at 7:50 pm #

        I love Mr Finkelstein.
        He is one of the kind.
        I am willing even to forgive him the fact that he describes himself as: “an old-fashioned communist”, and a “devout atheist”, (who nonetheless “thanks God that in His Almighty Wisdom He created us mortal” 🙂
        How can one not love him :))
        P.S I don’t have an access to the whole interview. Yet.
        This interviewer reminds me of a slithering snake.

  10. searching May 8, 2012 at 7:55 pm #

    and a song for Mr Finkelstein 🙂

    and I know this one he loves.

  11. Suzy May 9, 2012 at 12:55 pm #

    Just because a person questions Israel or what a jewish person says we are labelled anti semitic, what nonsense. We have freedom of will and freedom of speech or else are we are living in a dicator world ( sure going that way even in the west it seems).