Last year, following a request from the Board, Amazon posted a message on their web page for the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, to make the anti-Semitic nature of the notorious forgery clear.I wonder what sources the Board wants people to read on zionist/nazi collaboration. Perhaps they've got a reading list.
Stressing that Amazon did not endorse the Protocols, the note added: "This book is one of the most infamous, and tragically influential, examples of racist propaganda ever written."
The Board wants a similar warning to accompany "51 Documents". A Board spokesman said: "We have urged Amazon to acknowledge on the site that this book is of a dangerous and controversial nature.
"Currently Amazon has shown an appreciation of our concerns and we are looking at ways of ensuring such texts will not be bought by those who unwittingly believe them to be accurate accounts of history."
May 10, 2005
Well maybe they don't want them back but the Board of Deputies of British Jews (as one British zionist organisation likes to style itself) is trying to persuade Amazon to issue a health warning to the effect that Lenni Brenner's "51 Documents: Zionist Collaboration with the Nazis" is "dangerous and controversial". Needless to say, the BoD doesn't say what the danger or the controversy is. The Jewish News likens the campaign against Lenni Brenner's factual. book to a similar campaign over the anti-semitic forgery, The Protocols.