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Title: Eighty Years of Lies: President Franklin Roosevelt Told Public Pearl Harbor Was A Surprise Attack—However There Is Considerable Evidence Demonstrating Government Foreknowledge
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URL Source: https://covertactionmagazine.com/20 ... ting-government-foreknowledge/
Published: Dec 7, 2021
Author: Jeremy Kuzmarov
Post Date: 2021-12-07 13:57:09 by Ada
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Views: 99
Comments: 13

“The war that we have carefully for years provoked Catches us unprepared, amazed and indignant. Our warships are shot Like sitting ducks and our planes like nest-birds, both our coasts ridiculously panicked, And our leaders make orations. This is the people That hopes to impose on the whole planetary world An American peace.”

– Robinson Jeffers, “Pearl Harbor.”

“This Pearl Harbor business has a terrible smell. – Admiral Chester Nimitz, Commander-in Chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet in World War II.

Eighty years ago today—what President Franklin Roosevelt termed a “date which will live in infamy”—Japanese forces attacked the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor off the coast of Hawaii, triggering U.S. intervention in World War II.

pearl harbor attack newspaper report The Honolulu Star-Bulletin announces the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. [Source: chiff.com] Historian Samuel Elliot Morrison wrote that one could “search military history in vain for an operation more fatal to the aggressor.”[3] 2,403 Americans were killed and 1,143 were wounded. Eighteen ships were sunk or run aground, including five battleships.

Of the American fatalities, nearly half were due to the explosion of the USS Arizona’s forward magazine after it was hit by a modified 16-inch (410 mm) shell.[4]

In his address to the nation following the attacks, President Roosevelt stated that “the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by the empire of Japan.”

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#1. To: Ada (#0)

Surprise attack: you are telling me that two aircraft carriers and support ships steam est from Japan and the US military did not notice.Three years after the Japs took over 5,000 US military and made the slaves.

Darkwing  posted on  2021-12-07   14:43:15 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: Ada (#0)

We sank one of the subs to push their hand. Japan wanted no part of us. They were already over extended. We couldn't goad them. Then we sank on of their subs and confirmed their retaliation and let it happen to all our older ships waiting for decom... at the expense of our citizens.

The truth of politics is disgusting and them that push this kinda evil never really considered oh much easier they will be to find with billions of less people on planet earth

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Suspect all media / resist bad propaganda/Learn NLP everyday everyway ;) If you don't control your mind someone else will.

titorite  posted on  2021-12-07   17:22:08 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: Darkwing (#1)

Not knowing where their ships were was a common challenge, even in war time, much less peace time.

The far bigger issue is the Japanese codes were already broken. FDR needed a surprise attack to quash a reluctant America to enter WW2. It wouldn't surprise me if FDR managed to delay the Japanese envoys from delivering the declaration of war in DC to firm up the "surprise attack" narrative. Clog up the streets and such. They were some 30 minutes late. Maybe not, but it wouldn't surprise me.

Pinguinite  posted on  2021-12-07   18:36:45 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: Pinguinite (#3) (Edited)

if FDR managed to delay the Japanese envoys from delivering the declaration of war in DC

The way I heard it was the Japanese envoys had trouble with changing the message from Japanese into English. This delay caused them to serve the paperwork to the U.S. Secretary of State after the attack had occurred.

And yes, the U.S. had already broken the Jap Naval Code. Word was sent by regular U.S Mail instead of by military channels.

The Japs held off on the third wave because the aircraft carriers were not in port. Apparently, they were delivering planes to Midway. ;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2021-12-07   19:03:45 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#5. To: Ada (#0) (Edited)

The war that we have carefully for years provoked Catches us unprepared, amazed and indignant.

Robinson Jeffers was spot on with this assessment. The U.S. had cut off the supply of oil to Japan.

In the 30s we were selling them as much scrap steel as we could ship over to them. This is how they were able to build the ships needed to war.

And the Japs were island hopping in the Philippines. They were heading toward Australia. And the metals and oil they were procuring in the Philippines and areas around Singapore were also vital to their war efforts.

Then there was Yamashita's gold which was hidden in the Philippines. It seems the Ferdinand Marcos had uncovered that treasure. Why do you think his wife had 200 pairs of shoes? LOL

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2021-12-07   19:15:07 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#6. To: BTP Holdings (#5)

Why do you think his wife had 200 pairs of shoes? LOL

200? As I remember the reports, it was 3000 pairs.

Pinguinite  posted on  2021-12-07   19:44:02 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#7. To: Darkwing (#1)

FDR said that, not Ada.

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USA! USA! USA! Bringing you democracy, or else! there were strains of VD that were incurable, and they were first found in the Philippines and then transmitted to the Korean working girls via US military. The 'incurables' we were told were first taken back to a military hospital in the Philippines to quietly die. – 4um

NeoconsNailed  posted on  2021-12-07   20:55:10 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#8. To: titorite (#2)

Are you referring to the USS Ward's sinking of a Japanese submarine off Pearl Harbor on the morning of December 7, 1941? That's an interesting story; I had never heard of it before. Thanks.

But that sub reportedly sunk immediately after having been hit. It seems unlikely that the sub could have communicated her being fired on before sinking. Maybe the Japanese took the sub's failure to report on some schedule as indicating US hostility against it? (I'm not a naval man.)

StraitGate  posted on  2021-12-07   22:56:54 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#9. To: StraitGate (#8) (Edited)

(I'm not a naval man.)

I am, big time. You weren't talking about boats, I hope.

The light that burns twice as bright, burns half as long. - Dr. Eldon Tyrell

Godfrey Smith: Mike, I wouldn't worry. Prosperity is just around the corner.
Mike Flaherty: Yeah, it's been there a long time. I wish I knew which corner.
My Man Godfrey (1936)

Esso  posted on  2021-12-07   23:00:40 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#10. To: Pinguinite (#6)

200? As I remember the reports, it was 3000 pairs.

You could very well be right. My memory has been screwed up because of the meningitis. ;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2021-12-08   6:51:50 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#11. To: Esso (#9)

I find plenty of those airplane bottles in the trash. The plastic recycles. ;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2021-12-08   6:58:28 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#12. To: Pinguinite (#3)

Not knowing where their ships were was a common challenge, even in war time, much less peace time.

When I started working for Illinois State Highways in 1980, the time keeper was named Dewey Robinson. He was an old time Navy man and was in the south Pacific during WW II.

He told me, " A lot of those tin cans went down during the storms." I am thinking it was typhoons that sank those destroyers.

His kid had the same name and was playing baseball for the Chicago White Sox. The women were calling him and wanting to sleep with his kid.

Now who would be dumb enough to think the ball player would be listed in the phone book? ROTFLOL

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2021-12-08   7:08:53 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#13. To: StraitGate (#8)

Are you referring to the USS Ward's sinking of a Japanese submarine off Pearl Harbor on the morning of December 7, 1941? That's an interesting story; I had never heard of it before. Thanks.

Yes the sub that was hit by depth charges was one of those small two man subs that were attached to larger subs.

It was a suicide mission for the Jap sailors.

The USS Iowa was in dry dock so was not sunk during the attacks. ;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2021-12-08   7:23:17 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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