Amazon.com Bezos Attacks Trump Again And Blames Pearl Harbor On US Navy, Not Japanese Perfidy

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The WP doubles down on stupid, lying headlines which apes the NYT which seems to be written by the same crew of commies…HAHAHA…I see collusion here!  Why is Bolton’s claim ‘extraordinary’ while McCain’s is not?  But then, the WP has nothing but full attacks on Trump and accusations that he, not the WP, is lying about something or anything.  Seeing the track record for the WP when it comes to lying, HAHAHA.  Their pants are on fire so much, they have to have someone pissing on their rear to keep it from exploding their heads, too.

 

The Washington Post issues yet another attack on FDR and the US public by dredging up the story of how Japanese ON THE WEST COAST and Hawaii were forced to move to containment camps because of fears Japan will attack a second time.  The Washington Post goes on to claim that the Navy secretary blamed Japanese Americans, probably to shift the blame from himself.

 

Which could be true but of course, he suffered from hubris and FDR and others doing diplomacy couldn’t imagine the Japanese would imitate Hitler and the Nazis and do a full scale sneak attack on not only Pearl Harbor but across the entire Pacific Ocean and against a number of countries in Indochina all the way to offshore of Australia, all the small Pacific islands were attacked and occupied including the Philippines, for example.

 

What the WP won’t say in their latest attack piece on Americans is, FDR and others trusted the Japanese because he and his staff were in NEGOTIATIONS with Japan right when Japan suddenly, with zero cause, ran in and attacked the US fleet in Hawaii while doing the same to French and British ports elsewhere the same exact day.

 

While negotiating with the US, the Japanese sent out all their war fleets and planes with a plan to do these sneak attacks.  So who was bad in this scenario?  Who takes all the blame?  Why, the aggressors!  Yes, being fooled was foolish, trusting the Japanese to be honorable and to not lie to everyone and conceal their true plans was foolish.  But then, how else can one operate in this world?

 

The Japanese government was encouraging treason claiming that being Japanese trumped being US citizens and wherever the Japanese invaded, they were greeted by cheering crowds of Japanese immigrants who waved the Rising Sun flag.  So being paranoid about this was sensible back then.

 

I actually stayed for a while in a Japanese internment camp in California when I was very little.  It was no longer used for that purpose but the government used the housing and the high security to house rocket scientists and nuclear bomb people and we kiddies got to run around at the camp and I remember this vividly for we used to play ‘tag’ with the guards who made their search lights move back and forth and we played ‘escape from the prison’ games, too, and dug holes and trenches next to the barbed wire fences.

 

Fun stuff for us!  I also remember being told to stand always with my back to the sun so my toes wouldn’t roast and to not go out barefoot, or else.  We didn’t have air conditioners, either, we had ‘swamp boxes’ which was fine, actually.

 

The Washington Post is featuring this story about WWII today to demand we not stop armies of Muslim males pretending to be juveniles (over 70% of these are actually full adults lying about their age!!!) coming to the US.  The US is at war with fundamentalist Islamists and has been for many years especially since 9/11. Recent immigrants have attacked US citizens over and over and over and over again.  It is becoming quite monotonous.  Something has to be set up to screen these terrorists.

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Instead, Bezos and his Amazon.com gang and fellow Silicone Silly Buddies are screaming about TRUMP ‘inspiring fears’.  What?  And he is ‘at war with Islam’?  No, you dopes. ISLAM is at war with US.  Period.  Israel is at war with Islam, too, and we give them billions in US taxpayer IOUs to fight Islam.

 

Note that Bezos and his Bozos also think we can’t ‘cut Pentagon spending’ either.  These people are nutty.  Yes, they made oodles of money and I can’t wait for others to set up alternative computer systems so we can bankrupt these lunatics.  The other day I saw on You Tube this ad:

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I clicked on it and got this site: LBRY systems wants to replace You Tube.  I hope it works.  The censorship by ‘liberals’ (sic) is accelerating and they are intent on stopping the rest of us from talking about anything outside of rank propaganda.  The attack on free speech which is raging like wildfire on US campuses that have terrorized even professors by silencing them very viciously if they dare say anything the ‘liberal’ DNC (sic) lunatics claim is ‘evil’…this net-Maoism is nasty in the extreme and the net-madam Mao is Hillary and to hell with Hillary.

 

 

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38 responses to “Amazon.com Bezos Attacks Trump Again And Blames Pearl Harbor On US Navy, Not Japanese Perfidy

  1. Jim R

    Well, I guess Trump can just hit Bezos with a drone on January 21.

    Obama left him all this capability, why not put it to good use?

  2. charlottemom

    US universities are modern day reeducation camps working furiously to further a globalist view within their “sanctuaries.” Universities are elites’ safe spaces for a world reality that is cognitively dissident with their intellectual fantasies (global warming, multiculturalism, immigration,etc). Thats why there is censorship or worse for non-sanctioned viewpoints. No critical analysis needed ever. They can’t handle the truth that is crashing down around them!

    In other news, i think a schism is developing in the Catholic Church and having two Popes (one globlist reigning, one reactionary emeritus) running around highlights this growing rupture. Another institution in crisis?

  3. Lou

    Obama said that ‘The Dreamers are our greatest hope.’

    And as far as ‘Pizzagate’ goes, Google has scrubbed it from its search and has lies, instead.

  4. Lou

    (The Washington Post is a highly esteemed American journalistic institution. Along with achieving notoriety when one of its reporters won a Pulitzer Prize for a completely fake story about an eight-year-old black heroin addict, its reporters were also members of the 2008 “JournoList” cabal that privately colluded to help elect Barack Obama.

    Proving that it is indeed an objective and trustworthy news outlet rather than a DNC mouthpiece, the Post recently hired twenty reporters to dig up dirt on Donald Trump during the presidential campaign and apparently zero reporters to investigate Hillary Clinton.)

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  5. Mewswithaview

    In the run up to WW II. American public sentiment was strongly against involvement in the war, notably the maltreatment of the bonus army (world war I veterans) swayed public opinion as was the fact that a large section of the population is of Germanic decent. Roosevelt’s administration wanted to get into the war and were able to seize on the knowledge of the impending Japanese raid on Hawaii to do that since they had broken the Japanese codes and knew they were coming so they moved the aircraft carriers out of harms way on exercises and left behind ships and men that they were willing to sacrifice. Public rage ensued . . . and the rest is history.

    Pearl Harbor: Hawaii Was Surprised; FDR Was Not
    http://www.thenewamerican.com/culture/history/item/4740-pearl-harbor-hawaii-was-surprised-fdr-was-not

  6. Christian W

    Yup. Time to wash out old brain washing Elaine 😉

  7. emsnews

    Wrong. Not every story is true.

    Do hark to this reality: JAPAN WAS 100% IN THE WRONG. They didn’t just bomb Pearl Harbor that week, they attacked a huge number of places with no declaration of war and it was planned for a long time and it took everyone else by surprise so it isn’t a stupid story about how DC knew and goofed off deliberately.

    Got that? Do not fall for fake stories. There are many, many such.

  8. Christian W

    From the Japanese point of view Pearl Harbor was a reaction, not a cause. The US cut Japan’s arteries with it’s blockade of resources. Japan had already been at war with China for years. When the US blockaded Japan the Japanese knew they would have to fight or eventually lose the war in China.

    Of course Japan was in the wrong all along. But for the US naval intelligence to not notice that the entire Japanese navy had gone missing, and knowing full well the strategic situation + having broken the Japanese codes + needing a casus belli to join WWII

    vs

    the US just goofing around in all innocence when the dastardly Japanese attacked totally out of the blue… Well.

    On top of that the US had already fired the first shots in anger at the Japanese and sunk a Japanese sub off the coast of Hawaii. So it wasn’t Japan that started the blood shed. It was the US.

  9. emsnews

    Tell that to the CHINESE and KOREANS. I would love to watch them explain to you how Japanese imperialism really began. Good lord, where to people learn history these days???? Revisionism is extremely dangerous.

    There lurks out there many people who want to reconfigure history to suit themselves and their private agendas. Lying about the Japanese efforts at conquering Asia is high on the list of ‘lying about the past to make the future work better’ schemes and the Japanese ruling elites love to play this stupid game. They need people who can’t figure things out to follow various false story lines.

    The Japanese were intensely cruel to whoever they conquered and ask any Korean about that except half of Korea is still enslaved by insane commies.

  10. emsnews

    Oh, the story of the Japanese sub: it was lurking nearby to attack. Duh. It had no business being there. Please, in the name of god, do not fall for the silly stuff about how we can’t protect ourselves at all! Peaceniks have had a real problem with all this over the century and I am not a peacenik, I am a nationalist who believes in a strong country protecting itself.

    My family has been doing this for 400 years over here. It is not a small matter to us, we know very well how much violence and danger there is in running a country.

  11. Christian W

    What do you mean lying about Japanese imperialism? I stated that Japan was waging war in China, and obviously Japan would lose that war if they had no oil and resources to fight with, which was the purpose of the US blockade. That is stating a fact, not defending Japanese imperialism…

  12. Christian W

    Lurking is not shooting. The US has lots and lots of subs lurking too. As does Russia, as does Israel nowadays etc.

  13. emsnews

    YES, Japan wanted oil so they could kill more Chinese. Charming, isn’t it? So when we wouldn’t sell them it for that very reason, they illegally attacked us while negotiating with us! Three war crimes wrapped up in one.

    Still get it? Blaming the VICTIMS of Japanese imperialist crimes is crazy. Stop doing it. Buck up! Be proud of fighting off Japanese imperialists who were immensely cruel as were the Nazis.

  14. emsnews

    Good lord, ‘lurking’ while an entire huge navy with air force is rapidly approaching in order to attack us???? And first you both say, the US jumped the gun by sinking a lurking Jap sub then claim the navy did nothing deliberately so we could declare war on Japan? Make up your minds.

    It cannot be both at the same time. See? If you all claim we started it by defending ourselves…um, the navy didn’t come to Hawaii a month after the US sank the sub, it came the same 24 hour period. See?

    Do not fall into the trap of thinking the US is always evil. It is very dangerous and I don’t do it. It is frankly, insane.

    And I greatly resent the implications you are all making. You might was well just give up. Obviously, if everything is evil even when one is a VICTIM then there are no morals anymore.

    Germany and Japan created WWII, they started it, they nurtured it, they openly said their intention was to enslave and loot EVERYONE around themselves and they were utterly unapologetic about this goal they had and this made them evil.

    And when we imitate them, we become evil. None of Germany or Japan’s neighbors deserved to be invaded, raped and murdered and looted. Got that? NONE. Not one.

  15. Seraphim

    There is a suspicion that FDR conspired with Winston Churchill to bring about the sinking of the Lusitania in order to create the inflame the public opinion for joining the war against Germany. He was Assistant Secretary of the Navy at the same time when Churchill was First Lord of the Admiralty. It is not inconceivable that they pulled the same trick again.

  16. emsnews

    The NAZIs were nasty. They thought nothing about blowing up ships and killing people while trying to TAKE OVER THE WORLD.

  17. Christian W

    I never defended the Japanese. I described the strategic situation from the point of view of the Japanese Imperial command.

    I also said that the US Empire had advanced plans and were not chumps just cluelessly whistling in the wind ignorant of the strategic situation.

    The discussion about right and wrong is an interesting one though. The US looted Beijing in 1901 as part of the Western and Japanese Imperial forces attacking a weakened China.

    Another parallell, albeit in a different context, is when the Dubya Bush administration told the Chinese that if the Chinese dumped their $Trillion in treasuries it would be seen as an act of war.

    Of course the Japanese saw the US blockade as an act of war directed against them.

    Do not fall into the trap of thinking the US is always evil. It is very dangerous and I don’t do it. It is frankly, insane.

    But the US became evil as WWII progressed, even if it had purely noble intentions to start with as you contend. The fire bombings of Japan, Hiroshima and Nagasaki and so on, the taking over of the most heinous Nazi experiments (continued by the Nazis under the CIA umbrella) etc.

    Igorning US strategic thinking and manipulations is also denying reality. The ablitity to discern what parts are evil and what parts are good is quite essential. To pretend that all parts are good, when evil parts are hidden, is not right.

  18. Mewswithaview

    In this 1983 lecture, Ralph Raico (RIP) teaches a Cato Summer Seminar group the history of World War I, the Great Depression, and World War II. He offers an in-depth look at the conditions which led to both wars and the ways in which governments throughout the 20th century have used war powers to justify and fuel their expansion.

  19. emsnews

    There was no mystery. Japan, up until Pearl Harbor, didn’t ever do mass sneak attacks across much of the Pacific, hitting several nations at once. Then they did it that day. Fine.

    NO ONE expected this. The Japanese were gleeful they succeeded winning by cheating. Sneak attacks were illicit back then. Today, it is now the New Normal. WWIII will begin with mass sneak attacks. I guarantee it.

  20. Seraphim

    It is known that the American cryptanalysts succeeded in breaking a multitude of Japanese secret messages, even some containing the plans for the attack on Pearl Harbor. So they knew. The Japanese fell into the trap.

    ΩΩΩ

    ELAINE: How, pray tell, is allowing one’s entire fleet be sunk, be a ‘trap’? Eh? What a stupid ‘trap’ that is! It is like saying, ‘Let’s trap an arsonist by letting him burn down my house while I stand by helplessly.’

  21. Christian W

    “So they knew. The Japanese fell into the trap.”

    “NO ONE expected this.”

    So, one of the above statements is false. The US records say the US leadership knew the Japanese were about to attack.

    It was not the first time the has US played such games. The US leadership used a similar trick with the USS Lusitania to push the US into WWI.

  22. emsnews

    The many ‘conspiracy theories’ about FDR are explained here.

    Look, anyone can assert anything and it still doesn’t make it true. If you all want to believe that FDR wanted Pearl Harbor bombed mercilessly, I can’t stop this from being your joint beliefs.

    But it makes NO SENSE AT ALL!!! Wouldn’t it make more sense for the US to save Pearl Harbor by REPELLING the Japanese????

    Then they would be effing heroes!!! That makes much more sense. But no, the conspiracy game that FDR wanted to be defeated at Pearl Harbor is a fun thing to believe even if no sane human would ever want that as an excuse for war. See?

    If this doesn’t convince anyone that the conspiracy stories are bunk, I can’t do a thing about that. But it is, as Spock would say, ‘illogical’.

  23. emsnews

    FDR had to worry that he would be in trouble for letting all those sailors die and leave the US vulnerable to attack, no? Why would he want that possibility? I am so very angry about this…Bush Jr. DID let 9/11 go forwards, we DO know for a fact that he sat in the classroom after being told about it and smiled.

    We DO know that Cheney sat in his easy chair at his desk, feet up, while NYC was attacked. We DO know that the Pentagon didn’t react until AFTER the Pentagon was hit.

    And we DO know that the wrong person was tagged for retribution for 9/11: Saddam who was totally innocent.

    And that is the stark difference between Pearl Harbor and 9/11.

  24. Seraphim

    Strange how Pearl Harbour was evoked in relation to 9/11, beforehand!

    ‘Rebuilding America’s Defenses’ and the Project for the New American Century, by Bette Stockbauer, June 18, 2003@http://www.antiwar.com/orig/stockbauer1.html

    “Rebuilding America’s Defenses (RAD)” is a policy document published by a neoconservative Washington think tank called the Project for the New American Century (PNAC)…
    “During the Clinton presidency, when the Republicans were out of power, this militaristic wing in American politics became highly organized and efficient. They formed the PNAC in 1997 And published “RAD” in September 2000. Determined to have their world empire, they offered an eerie prophecy on page 52 of that document about how it might be accomplished, “Further, the process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor.” Their dream of a catalyzing event could not have been better actualized than in the events of 9/11.”

  25. emsnews

    YES, the very real sneak attack (hint: Japan didn’t declare war on the US before attacking which was ‘illegal’ back then thus the Nuremberg trials!) is assumed to be possible in the future and 9/11 was a…sneak attack.

    Who sponsored it? Well, this is a lot murkier, it is obvious that Bush and Cheney were happy it happened.

  26. Seraphim

    Don’t forget that Japan made a sneak attack against Russia. It was against another Port…Port Arthur. Americans were ecstatic that “Japan, shaking off the lethargy of centuries, has taken her rank among the civilized, modern powers”… “The Russians think only with half a mind…I think that Japanese will whip them handsomely”, in the words of Teddy Roosevelt. He more ominously added: “Japan is playing our game”, for which he was “Thoroughly well pleased”!

    The game was containment of Russia by the strength of the sea powers, primarily Britain, Germany, the United States and Japan, with China as focal point of the struggle. (where have I heard that recently?).

    But later came the moment when Japan stopped playing the Americans game and the successor of Teddy, his nephew FD was no more “well pleased”. Japan had to be taught a lesson.
    BTW, speaking of Teddy, he was Assistant Secretary of the Navy when the mysterious explosion sunk the USS Maine in the port of Havana. Roosevelt and many other Americans blamed Spain for the explosion, supported hysterically by the factory of ‘fake news’ that was the gutter press of Randolph Hearst.

  27. Christian W

    But it makes NO SENSE AT ALL!!! Wouldn’t it make more sense for the US to save Pearl Harbor by REPELLING the Japanese????

    But then the Japanese would either have aborted the confrontation, denying the US it’s war. Or, if there forces were attacked on their way by a coordinated US naval group, the Japanese would have understood that their codes were compromised and changed them.

    Allowing a few outdated warships to be sunk, while simultanously saving the vital core of it’s navy, gave the US the moral high ground and an enthusiastic populations screaming for revenge, while still hiding the fact that the US had broken the Japanese codes. Simple really.

    THe sinking of the Lusitania worked the same way. As did 9/11. The false flags and fake sneak attacks are designed to achieve exactly this, a brain washed population following along willingly on it’s leash barking mad for revenge.

  28. emsnews

    Good lord, the Japanese fleet was over 1,000 miles away from home. As for the ‘outdated ships’ that were sunk in this SNEAK ATTACK, tell that to the sailors of the Arizona. I have actually visited that wreck. It is a sad place now a memorial.

    I know a number of WWII Pacific war vets. Several including my father in law who fought on Iwo Jima.

  29. Christian W

    So what? Why blame me for the decisons of the US command?

  30. Christian W

    What should I say to the sailors on the USS Liberty? What about the US soldiers that were NUKED by the US command?

    It’s not as if the US military command are above killing their own soldiers when it feels it suits them.

  31. Christian W

    After meeting with President Roosevelt on October 16, 1941, Secretary of War Henry Stimson wrote in his diary: “We face the delicate question of the diplomatic fencing to be done so as to be sure Japan is put into the wrong and makes the first bad move — overt move.” On November 25, the day before the ultimatum was sent to Japan’s ambassadors, Stimson wrote in his diary: “The question was how we should maneuver them [the Japanese] into the position of firing the first shot….”

    http://www.thenewamerican.com/culture/history/item/4740-pearl-harbor-hawaii-was-surprised-fdr-was-not

    So the US war command wanted to push the Japanese into firing the first shots, but were surprised when the Japanese attacked? And surprised despite having detailed information about Japanese plans and actions based on having cracked Japan’s codes?

    Shocking, shocking I tell you, we could NEVER have imagined the Japanse would attack us… we are so innocent and pure of intent and would never deign to manipulate them into attacking us….

  32. emsnews

    MY GOD…the Japanese were easy to ‘push’ into war like the Nazis: THEY WANTED IT. They intended to remove the US and Europe from Asia and rule it ruthlessly themselves.

    Good grief, this is pathetic. Blaming us for Japan’s demands for more land, more power and who already invaded China and Korea…note the Japanese invaded French Indochina and British holdings at the same time.

    Did these countries want this to happen, too?

  33. emsnews

    The code breaking was in 1942, not 1941 when the Pearl Harbor attack happened.

    The radio message was duly intercepted by Japan and reported by a message encoded in JN25 stating that AF’s desalinization plant was out of order. That message was intercepted by Station HYPO. AF was thus confirmed as Midway.

    There remained the question of the timing of the attack. Station HYPO concluded that the attack would come in late May to early June 1942, while OP-20-G said late June. Station HYPO won out again because they had succeeded in cracking JN25’s date encryption and OP-20-G had not.

    Station HYPO’s intelligence persuaded Chester Nimitz, commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, to risk the three remaining U.S. carriers in the Pacific in an attempt to ambush the Japanese attack on Midway. While Midway was a stunning victory for the U.S.—sinking four Japanese carriers for the loss of one U.S. carrier—that was enabled by intelligence and broke the uninterrupted string of defeats and draws the Imperial Japanese navy had inflicted on the U.S. Navy, much hard fighting remained and more stinging defeats awaited the U.S. in the Pacific.

  34. Seraphim

    It made a lot of sense. How would the partisans of war change the non-interventionist mood that prevailed in US than casting Americans into the role of innocent victims assailed by the ‘subhuman apes and gorillas, treacherous in nature, morally corrupt and mentally and physically lesser than white Americans’ yellow monkey, louse, rats, Japs, Nips, you have it (war time anti-Japanese propaganda was so effective that the stereotypical imagery lurks in many peoples minds, they still think that burning alive these King Kongs who terrorized helpless ‘damsels in distress, was not only justified but morally commendable).

  35. Christian W

    Blaming us for Japan’s demands for more land, more power and who already invaded China and Korea…note the Japanese invaded French Indochina and British holdings at the same time.

    Except nobody is making this argument. The argument is that the US government had entirely it’s own reasons for entering WWII and manipulated Japan and the US public to achieve this end.

    The Japanese code was broken in 1940.

    FDR was well aware of the Japanese habit of “surprise attacks”.

    “The President said the Japanese were notorious for making an attack without warning and stated that we might be attacked, say next Monday, for example.” The President said this on November 25th at a White House meeting, mere days ahead of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

    Clearly a Japanese “sneak attack” would hardly be a surprise to this mindset. To say NO ONE expected a Japanese attack is patently false. The US leadership wanted one.

    The US intercepted this message from the Japanese Fleet: ‘

    Admiral Yamamoto to the Japanese First Air Fleet on November 26, 1941:

    The task force, keeping its movement strictly secret and maintaining close guard against submarines and aircraft, shall advance into Hawaiian waters, and upon the very opening of hostilities shall attack the main force of the United States fleet and deal it a mortal blow. The first air raid is planned for the dawn of x-day. Exact date to be given by later order.

  36. Seraphim

    By the 6th of December 1941, most of Japanese codes were cracked. The main diplomatic system could be read rapidly and completely; other diplomatic and consular systems could be read with a few days’ delay; the main naval system could be read only slightly. The German codes were also cracked.
    Besides, Richard Sorge had informed that Japan would not attack the Soviet Union and when he was arrested in Tokyo in October 1941 by the Japanese police, he had already informed Stalin that Japan was planning to attack Pearl Harbor.

  37. emsnews

    some web searching:

    Search Results
    Pearl Harbor: Hawaii Was Surprised; FDR Was Not – The New American
    http://www.thenewamerican.com/…/4740-pearl-harbor-hawaii-was-surprised-f...
    Dec 7, 2016 – … only that Washington knew in advance of the attack on Pearl Harbor, but that … Roosevelt typically stated: “I have said this before, but I shall say it again …. Naval intelligence intercepted and translated numerous dispatches, some … The most significant was the following, sent by Admiral Yamamoto to the …

    Pearl Harbor advance-knowledge conspiracy theory – Wikipedia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/…/Pearl_Harbor_advance-knowledge_conspirac…
    The Pearl Harbor advance-knowledge conspiracy theory is the argument that American government officials had advance knowledge of Japan’s December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. Ever since the Japanese attack there has been debate as to how and why ….. The claim no pre-attack IJN message expressly mentioned Pearl Harbor is …

    So…one side (right wingers who hate FDR) claims he knew everything and deliberately let the attack happen instead of being a hero and stopping the Japanese (SHEESH)….

    And here is the realist view:
    The Pearl Harbor advance-knowledge conspiracy theory is the argument that American government officials had advance knowledge of Japan’s December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor. Ever since the Japanese attack there has been debate as to how and why the United States had been caught off guard, and how much and when American officials knew of Japanese plans for an attack.[1][2] In September 1944, John T. Flynn,[3] a co-founder of the non-interventionist America First Committee,[4] launched Pearl Harbor revisionism when he published a forty-six page booklet entitled The Truth about Pearl Harbor.[3]

    Elaine here: look, the government may have feared something might happen, but the Japanese assured FDR’s negotiators that nothing was going to happen, they were simply doing sea maneuvers.

    Then they attacked without warning. Since then, the US no longer allows this for this sort of thing and furthermore, people who grew up with satellites spying on everything assume we knew the same level of information in 1941.

    EVEN IF FDR KNEW, the Japanese attack was still highly illegal. It was a war crime. But I cannot fathom why he would hide this information from the Navy and the public because it makes absolutely no sense at all that he would like doing this.

    None. He would have been celebrated for saving the navy if he did the opposite so I assume, he being rather smart, he would have chosen that option, not the ‘let’s go up in flames’ solution. Got that.

    the ‘proofs’ you pull up are doctored to some degree and are designed to fool people into thinking that smart people would do something very dumb…on the other hand, Bush Jr.s actions on 9/11 were due to him being dumb. Or rather, he thought only NYC would be attacked, not the Pentagon.

    A world of difference. Also, WWII was not a war crime, the US was hauled into WWII by the Japanese themselves, they attacked us, not the reverse.

    Furthermore, the invasion of Iraq was a war crime for Bush deliberately lied about who attacked us on 9/11, it was Saudi Arabia, not Iraq. To this day, people have conspiracy theories that everyone on earth did the 9/11 attacks but the Saudis! Thus, muddying the waters totally. It wrecked any chance of accusing Bush Jr. and Cheney of war crimes.

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