Your thoughts, my friend, are totally justified. You can notice how legions of historians rise as one to say that the Protocols are an antisemitic fake. I would gladly share some of my thoughts on that cause I have red some of the pre-WW2 allegations in support of the jewish authorship of this. Very very very interesting is to know that even though there are many studies (like that of 1921) allegedly proving the falsehood of the Protocols, there are many supportive sources of serious authors. Naturally, afther the WW2 such literature does not exist, thus all we have, are the sources of 1920s and 1930s.
If you want to go to a clash about this topic, its not that hard as it seems:
1) you cannot go into the theme of what parody it is... Because it does not matter. You need to stay in the topic. The top answer to the Protocols is: It does not matter who wrote the train schedule. The question is whether the trains do run accordingly.
2) The mandatory conspiracy theory says that the Tzar secret police wrote it. The argument of an Serbian intellectual (If you desperately need his name, hit me with a message) from 1920s says it very logically: the Protocols do bear such a shocking signature of hatred towards the christianity that its authorship is obvious. Even if this is not used as clear argument, the question I would ask is - if somebody believes that the tzarist police was purposely creating this lie, than they must have had a crystal ball, cause most of it is true these days.
3) The particular protocol talking about rulling the society through entertainment industry has became hardcore reality in Hollywood. The counter-argument is: The tzarist police (allegedly... ) writes things about rulling masses throught entertainment at the time when the top entertainment was a nomadic circus?!
4) swiss court in 1936 approved indirectly the authenticity of the Protocols in a case where the jews were sueing the publisher.
And I could continue like this on and on. You wanna destroy the opponent? go protocol by protocol, dont discuss the book as such. After 100 years its time for summary of what has come true...
EMERGING FROM DEEP SECRECY, portions of the Protocols Of The Learned Elders Of Zion were brought to light in the late 19th Century in France. It is a fascinating story, presented here in a unique, unprecedented and thoroughly documented fashion. Months of intense research has gone into this work.
In 1884, a Mademoiselle Justine Glinka, the daughter of a Russian general, was engaged in Paris in gathering political information for the court of Tzar Alexander III.
Glinka employed a Jewish agent named Joseph Schoerst, alias Shapiro, who had passed himself off as a Freemason and a member of the Mizraim Lodge, a Jewish Masonic order with its own particular rites and protocols. None other than Solomon Rothschild, scion of the Jewish banking dynasty, was a prominent member of the French Freemasons.
Schoerst offered to Glinka for the sum of 2,500 francs, a document which he said would interest her greatly. This document contained extraordinary dictated writings from assorted speeches which would later be included in the final compilation of the Protocols of Zion.
Glinka quickly passed the document to her immediate superior in Paris, General Orgeyevski, who sent them, in turn, to General Cherevin, Minister of the Interior, for transmission directly to the Imperial Court in St Petersburg.
Upon Cherevin’s death in 1896, he willed a copy of his memoirs containing the Protocols to Tzar Nicholas II.
Glinka’s information eventually found its way into the hands of one Sergei Nilus, a highly educated Russian mystic attached to Tsar Nicholas II’s court who served as Minister of Foreign Religions.
In 1902, Nilus published, “The Rule of Satan on Earth - Notes of an Orthodox Believer,” in which he cites excerpts from this early aggregation of the material first purchased by Madame Glinka.
Next stop for the Protocols occurred in 1903 when a prominent publisher by the name of Pavel Krusheva quoted writings from the Protocols in his daily newspaper, Znamya. After its publication, Krusheva suffered an attempt on his life and from that moment on, he lived in constant fear and had to carry weapons for his own protection. He also took the step of being accompanied by a personal cook to prevent being poisoned.
In 1905, Sergei Nilus published a new edition of his “Rule of Satan” which included a complete version of the Protocols as the final chapter. This was the first time a full compilation of the Protocols had been made available to the general public in book form.
In 1917, (the same year of the final Russian Revolution), Nilus had prepared a final edition – fully documented - but before he could distribute it, Kerensky, a half-Jew, who had succeeded to power after the Revolution, had most of the copies destroyed. Anyone caught by the Bolsheviks in possession of The Protocols was shot on the spot.
In 1918, the Protocols appeared again in a Moscow periodical, The Sentinel, marked by the Jewish-led Bolsheviks as a counter-revolutionary newspaper. In February, 1919, the Bolsheviks ordered the newspaper shut down. In 1924, Professor Nilus was arrested by the Jewish-dominated “Cheka,” imprisoned, and then tortured. He was told by the president of the court (who was Jewish) that this treatment was meted out to him for “having done them (the Zionist Bolshevik Jews) incalculable harm in publishing the Protocols.”