Learned Elders and the B.B.C.
Singerman #1049. "AS the B.B.C. in its wisdom or lack of it has devoted an entire peak listening hour to the subject of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, an opportunity would seem to be offered to *Candour* to add a few comments to the discussion, and perhaps furnish a corrective for some of the more flagrant excesses of Broadcasting House propaganda which such an event naturally incubates. Its Director-General, Hugh Carleton Greene, having declared that the B.B.C. would never be neutral where Jewish interests were involved, nobody should have been surprised to discover that the aim of the programme was not merely to present the Protocols as a forgery but to have them uttered as the melodramatic ravings of a maniac. Whatever may be their origin, the thought behind the Protocols is cool and clear, so that, in attempting thus to discredit them as "The Great Lie", Broadcasting House itself is seen to be by no means unversed in the dishonourable arts of *suggestio falsi*. . . "