Capitol Police Officer Suspended for Having a Copy of the Protocols of Zion on His Desk

They are really taking this witch hunt of the police and armed forces seriously.

You’re not even allowed to read certain books.


The U.S. Capitol Police suspended an officer after anti-Semitic reading material was “discovered near his work area,” the department said on Monday.

The Washington Post, which first reported the story, said a congressional aide saw a printed copy of “The Protocols of the Meetings of the Learned Elders of Zion” at a checkpoint inside the entrance of a congressional office building.

The tract, originally published in the early 20th century, is described by the Anti-Defamation League as “a classic in paranoid, racist literature.”

The officer is suspended pending an internal investigation.

“We take all allegations of inappropriate behavior seriously. Once this matter was brought to my attention, I immediately ordered the officer to be suspended until the Office of Professional Responsibility can thoroughly investigate,” said Acting Capitol Police chief Yogananda Pittman in a statement.

We’re in the middle of a full-on Bolshevik revolution. They are hunting down everyone.

The biggest part of it is to create a pandemic of paranoia, however. If you’re not allowed to have this book on your desk, what books are you allowed to have on your desk? If you’re not allowed to have the book on your desk, are you allowed to have it in your car? In your home?

Officers who want to keep their jobs are now left thinking: “should I go through my bookshelf, and burn every book that could possibly be considered associated with right-wing thought?”

People at other professions are doing the same.

What if you invite a colleague over for dinner, and he browses through your bookshelf in your den, and finds you own a book that contains ideas that have been banned? He could take a picture of it with his phone, and then get you fired.

The Protocols are Real

Whenever the Protocols are mentioned, I feel the need to point out that they are real. Or at least, they are true. The information in the book is demonstrably factual.

They are not actually minutes of a meeting of Jews. The book is written as fiction. But the information behind it is obviously true. There is no way someone could have predicted all of this stuff, 100 years ago, if there wasn’t some real information behind the book.

It is written in a silly way, sort of like a comic book, which makes it open for mockery, but the reason it was written that way is that it was intended to be distributed to peasants.

(Adolf Hitler actually didn’t like the book, and told people in the party to stop distributing it because it was too silly. But silly or not, it contains deep truths, some of which Hitler himself would not live to see.)

You can read it for yourself, and imagine that this was written over 100 years ago, in Russia, and try to figure out how someone would know all of this stuff.

Related: Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion (Full Text)

Regardless, even if you’re not against the Jews, it’s an interesting read. This entire concept that certain forms of information are totally off limits, and you can’t read the information without getting fired, is completely diabolical, and simply shows how little faith the system has in its own position.