Posts Tagged ‘Pearl Harbor’


Do Freedom of Information Act Files Prove FDR Had Foreknowledge of Pearl Harbor?, by Robert Stinnett

Day Of Deceit: The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor, by Robert Stinnett

The Pearl Harbor Deception, by Robert Stinnett

Basically, the US wanted to enter WW2, but the public was against it (86% opposed). The White House and top of the military concocted a way to get the US into the war by provoking Japan. The oil embargo and threats to Japanese interests put the idea out there that the US needed to be attacked in the Pacific, where the US left its fleet sitting at the naval base at Pearl Harbor. The attack was conceived in Washington, not Tokyo. It was conceived as soon as Japan and Germany signed their alliance pact, so that a war on Japan was also a war on Germany.

US intelligence (sic) then watched the Japanese prepare the attack and then move their fleet across the Pacific to Hawaii. They never passed this information on to the base commander at Pearl Harbor. Instead they treasonously let the attack come, and tried to blame the base commander after the fact.

This despicable act of high treason has served as inspiration for treasonous psychopaths such as those in the Project for a New American Century (PNAC), who wanted a “new Pearl Harbor,” which they apparently achieved on 9/11.


Lucas 2012 Infos

On this edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order James Perloff, author of The Shadows of Power and Truth Is A Lonely Warrior, joins us to discuss the 1970 Hollywood/Japanese production, Tora, Tora Tora! We discuss Perloff’s recent article on the Pearl Harbor deception, “Pearl Harbor: Roosevelt’s 9/11″ and the pieces of the Pearl Harbor puzzle that the movie leaves out. We get into the details of where the movie came from and how it paints Pearl Harbor as a tragic accident rather than a devious deception.

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Oliver Stone and Peter Kuznick on Abby Martin’s show:


Be certain to catch my take on episode 1 and particularly the posting of BBC’s 1989 Sacrifice at Pearl Harbor.