In 1905 a Russian named Sergei Nilus published the Protocols of the Leamed Elders of Zion. The book claimed to be a Russian translation of minutes, or protocols, from secret meetings of leaders of the international Jewish conspiracy. The Protocols is a strange, incoherent mish-mash. Its first-person narrator froths at the mouth as he boasts of Jewish responsibility for every evil of western civilization, from "liberal" political philosophies endorsing equality, to the break-up of Gentile families.
Recommended CitationParetsky, S., Protocols of the elders of feminism, Law Text Culture, 1, 1994, 14-27.