It's going to take me some time to get caught up, but I'll reply here.
As Jerry replied, how can you prove the authorship of the Protocols, regardless of whether or not the intentions detailed within are coming true or not? It's besides the point to us in any case, because we have detailed that the entire construct of Jews versus goys (specifically) is an artifice, part of the false dialectic started with the schism over Aton versus Amun. And the false dialectic has been cynically employed from then till today.
I'm not sure what you're getting at by referring to Exodus 30, but it's rather interesting to me that YHWH's tabernacle and mishkan is an exact replica of a typical pharaoh's military campaign tent, and the detailed description of the ark is a typical pharaoh's ark. Exodus is the next book after Genesis where, Joseph colluded with pharaoh to corner the free markets and enslave the free Egyptians. At least, if you believe the narrative provided in the Good Book.
Now, you are complaining about actions being undertaken to fulfill the Protocols? What, prey [sic] is the difference? Perhaps you should consider that certain 'Hebrew' elites (Joseph) colluding with the Gentile (meaning an Elite) pharaoh is being recapitulated with the Protocols? They're just following the same playbook, so why are you complaining?
John XXIII stated to the elite Jews after WWII that he was their 'Joseph'. The Rothschilds got their start doing the bidding of the Prussian nobility, somewhat like Marx, and then they became the bankers for the Vatican. Yet we have to listen constantly to the partisans that the tail is now wagging the dog, whether it is the Jews or the Jesuits. So your solution is to parse the Bible into what makes you comfortable, instead of seeing the grand deception for what it really is.
But the Elect don't give a damn who you blame as long as they can fulfill the script and the (200) Biblical assertions of global hegemony.
Your humble carpenter from Nazareth is no more than that grain merchant from Stratford who is claimed to have written the works of Shake-speare.
Well, I must say those are very good points to consider historically to have been useful if so. Where is the evidence for the Ark and Temple matter?
Regardless of that - we also have the Instruction of God that says certain actions are evil and not of Him, and that if they do such things He will be avenged of His enemies, who are first those that take His NAME in vain. I really believe God is not mocked, but have to remember the passage about "those that wait upon YHWH will renew their strength."