Now we are going to commence with our discussion of the so-called Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, as they are found in the book The Protocols and World Revolution attributed to Boris Brasol, and published in Boston in 1920 by Maynard, Small & Co. This is the second of the Protocols, and we never know where the discussion will take us when we begin, so we have no idea how many segments it may take to complete. We suspect that the balance of each of the twenty-four Protocols won’t take as long to present as our discussion of the first, but then again we cannot tell…
PROTOCOL NO. 2
It is necessary for us that wars, whenever possible, should bring no territorial advantages; this will shift war to an economic basis and force nations to realize the strength of our predominance; such a situation will put both sides at the mercy of our million-eyed international agency, which will be unhampered by any frontiers. Then our international rights will do away with national rights, in a limited sense, and will rule the peoples in the same way as the civil power of each state regulates the relation of its subjects among themselves.
In this respect we can see why in recent decades the Jews have naturally been the foremost promoters of open borders, open migration of people, globalism, and everything else that disintegrates the character of nations.