Col. House’s Version of the “Protocols”
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
Some time ago, Stan Monteith, a pioneer NWO researcher and broadcaster, found a typewritten copy of the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion” in the papers of Col. E.M. House at Yale University.
This seemed like confirmation of the widely held view that House (1858-1938) was a Rothschild agent. House was an “adviser” to Woodrow Wilson and FDR. It makes sense that he would have a copy of the Blueprint for the New World Order in his possession. He probably referred to it while writing his political manifesto, “Philip Dru Administrator.” (1912)
The 99-page House typescript is a different English translation from the Victor Marsden translation, which is most commonly used. (I suspect “The Protocols” were originally written in French, originating in the Mizraim Lodge.)
The “Protocols” is the master plan of the New World Order, and the most read book after the Bible. But unlike the Bible, which it seeks to overthrow, there has been little attention paid to the nuances of meaning found in the different translations.
These nuances are significant, as the above examples suggest.
Stan Monteith is selling photocopies of the House translation for $15 plus postage. His number at Radio Liberty is : 1-800-544-8927