“We need to rewrite the protocols that run the Internet,” says Joffe.
But if The protocols was a historical forgery, who wrote it?
Obama even sounded as if he were making excuses for China when he said the two countries lacked “protocols.”
The outline is available from the multitude of documents and protocols that already exist.
“protocols have specific meanings behind them, rather than do what I say because I say so,” she added.
The protocols and the judgment were drawn up in French accompanied by an official English translation.
And, if they cannot get it by protocols they get it by invasion and assault.
This is the weird, fantastic “thriller” from which sprang the protocols.
And now for the new version of the history of the protocols.
First of all, then, what do we actually know about the origin of these protocols?
1540s, as prothogall "draft of a document," from Middle French prothocole (c.1200, Modern French protocole), from Medieval Latin protocollum "draft," literally "the first sheet of a volume" (on which contents and errata were written), from Greek protokollon "first sheet glued onto a manuscript," from protos "first" (see proto-) + kolla "glue."
Sense developed in Medieval Latin and French from "official account" to "official record of a transaction," to "diplomatic document," and finally, in French, to "formula of diplomatic etiquette." Meaning "diplomatic rules of etiquette" in English first recorded 1896, from French; general sense of "conventional proper conduct" is from 1952. "Protocols of the (Learned) Elders of Zion," Russian anti-Semitic forgery purporting to reveal Jewish plan for world domination, first published in English 1920 under title "The Jewish Peril."
protocol pro·to·col (prō'tə-kôl', -kōl')
The plan for a course of medical treatment or for a scientific experiment.
Agreed-upon standards and practices in technology (particularly information technology) that allow systems manufactured by many different companies to be compatible with each other and work within common larger systems. Protocols are established by industry trade groups, governments, or some combination thereof.