Post World War II Views of Antisemtism Explored

Holocaust Documentary FilmSince the end of World War II and the exposition of the atrocities committed by the Germans against the Jewish people of Europe as well as other minorities countless films have explored the issue. Despite the evidence to the contrary, millions of people around the world continue to adhere to the Nazi belief that Jews are secretly plotting to take over the world, or, in fact already have. To most westerners this notion seems ridiculous, but a small and vocal minority still continues to propagate this rhetoric.
Much of this antisemitic material originates in the pages of the 1903 book The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. This book, originally produced in Russia, spread across the world in the early 1900's and was readily embraced and treated as fact by many.
The book details a secret plot by Jewish leaders to conquer the world through guile and manipulation. It claims that banking with interest was a plot to keep men and governments indebted in perpetuity in order to give Jews power over them. Another excerpt claims that controlling news media allows them to alter the flow of information, wresting free will from the common man. The work was quickly exposed as a fraud however: it was actually a plagiarism of a famous french work, Dialogues in Hell Between Machiavelli and Montesquieu.
In 2005 film maker Mark Levin produced a film called “The Protocols of Zion.” The film explores the origins of supposedly factual Jewish hate propaganda including the book from which the film takes its name. It also examines the rise of antisemitism in America post 9/11 thanks in large part to rumors that the Jews were somehow involved in the attacks.
Levin personally interviews a number of modern day anti-semites, including leaders of the neo-Nazi movement, conservative media personalities who openly espouse the Jewish world domination conspiracy, and  militant African American groups with a particular hatred for Jews.
In addition to the cultural hate groups previously mentioned, the film also analyzes the tension between conservative Christianity and Judaism, with a special focus on the negative portrayal in Mel Gibson's controversial film “The Passion of the Christ.”
For any who have an interest in the post World War II state of anti-antisemitism or the socio-political position of Judaism in the modern world this film will prove informative and entertaining, thanks to Mark Levin's broad coverage and quick wit.

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