By Dr. Mike Evans
IT’S A LIE THAT WOULD NOT DIE;
It a lie believed to be true by Adolf Hitler, Henry Ford, and the late Osama bin Laden. It was introduced by the Russian secret police in an attempt to bolster the reign of Tsar Nicholas II. It erroneously exposed his enemies as co-conspirators with the Jews in a plot to take over the world. This fabricated document was embraced by a religious fanatic, Sergei Nilus, and published in 1905 in Russia. He published three separate versions of the book, and the last in 1917 indicated that Theodor Herzl was the writer of the mythical conspiracy theory. The book birthed the pogroms in Russia, and was used by Hitler as an excuse to exterminate six million Jews in Europe. Many Muslim leaders worldwide keep it within reach as the most revered book, after the Quran. Every terrorist organization uses this plagiarized copy to support the vile acts it commits.
The Protocols Book by Mike Evans is a new novel published by Time Worthy Book. It is fiction —with the truth that’s too close to home. It tells of Esther Rosenberg’s desperate effort to unravel the plot to finish what Lenin and Hitler started and do what Islamic extremists only dream of doing—exterminate the Jews and their American sympathizers. Can she do it? Or will the prophecy of the Protocols come true?
Dr. Mike Evans has appeared on Good Morning America, Crossfire and Nightline, The Fox Network. You’ve heard him on Rush Limbaugh. His articles have appeared in USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Times, The Jerusalem Post. He arranged the exclusive interview of Iran’s President Ahmadinejad for the Fox News Network in 2010. More than 23 million of his books are in print. Many have been made into award winning television specials. Mike Evans has spoken more than 4000 times from The Kremlin Palace in Moscow to The World Summit on Terrorism in Jerusalem, and in more than 3000 churches. He recommended Benjamin Netanyahu for his first political appointment.
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