Sunday, May 12, 2013

Treason at Pearl Harbor

The knowledge that Pearl Harbor was an act of treason by American oligarchs, including Franklin Delano Roosevelt, has existed since World War 2. Americans believe lies if they believe otherwise.
When we last wrote about this subject a few years ago, we exonerated Franklin Roosevelt of treachery in the case of Pearl Harbor although we argued that other domestic forces manipulated America into war for less than honorable reasons. After reconsidering the evidence, we now regard Roosevelt as a mass murderer who conspired with these very forces to drag America into a war it didn’t want.
The Army Board of 1944 established to investigate the Pearl Harbor fiasco wrote, "...everything that the Japanese were planning to do was known to the United States..." It was common knowledge during the campaign of 1944 that Roosevelt committed the terrorist act against Americans, a knowledge which many Republican rank and file had hoped Thomas Dewey would use to his political advantage.
They would be sorely disappointed with the Rockefeller appointed candidate as Phyllis Schafly and Gary Allen reported many decades ago. But Schafly also noted, with some interpretation on our part, that Roosevelt was a diehard Anglophile who would do anything which the King of England ordered.
One of the reasons Americans resisted war was that it had learned of World War I that the powers who instigated it did so not for moral reasons but for economic ones. World War I was the machination of royal European and American plutocrats who wanted the war to enrich their personal fortunes. The DuPonts were an example of a family which profited exorbitantly from the war. The Krupps were an example from Germany who did so. And of course the Rockefellers made their usual billions from the carnage.
Indeed, decorated Marine Corp general Smedley Butler told Americans, after an exemplary career in the Marines, that all American wars were for the benefit of Wall Street plutocrats. Coupled with Americans’ reverence for President Washington’s sage advice to avoid European entanglements, and observing the brutality with which the Bonus Marchers were gunned down by General MacArthur, Americans wanted no part in another godless war and its mistreated veterans.
Thus the plutocrats had to manufacture a more clever plan to enlist America in another senseless war. After establishing Hitler in power, they proceeded to setup the bait with Japan from which point Roosevelt accepted the task of delivering the war.
Pulling out a page from the Spanish American War in which a mine was attached to the USS Maine by Cuban American saboteurs in order to blow it up in a false flag attack, the plutocrats replayed their treachery of 1898 on a larger scale at Pearl Harbor.
Roosevelt’s first step was to transfer in 1940 the Pacific fleet to Pearl Harbor in the American colony of Hawaii, against the adamant objections of commanders Admirals Richardson and Kimmel, both of whom voiced their strong concerns personally to Roosevelt. The president replaced Richardson with Kimmel after an October 1940 meeting in which he strenuously objected to the relocation on grounds of inadequate air and torpedo protection.
On February 11, 1941, Roosevelt told Navy Chief Admiral Stark that he was willing to lose 6 cruisers and 2 aircraft carriers in order to instigate war. This desire is a restatement of previous wishes to lose American assets as a pretext for war. This remark by Roosevelt is the smoking gun that he desired war by sacrificing American lives.
This sentiment was documented by Winston Churchill at the Atlantic Conference in June 1941 when he observed that Roosevelt had an intense, manic desire for war. This statement came from a man who was conspiring with Roosevelt to perpetrate the terrorist attacks.
Navy analyst Arthur McCollum wrote an 8 point memo in October 1940 which outlined specific steps which the American government could follow in order to provoke hostilities with Japan – advice which Roosevelt enacted with haste. One of the major points recommended cutting off American oil to Japan, an act which would force invasion of the Dutch East Indies to replace the oil. On June 23, 1941 Roosevelt did just that in addition to freezing all Japanese financial assets in the US.
The Japanese naval codes have been a source of much contention. The basic facts are that the United States Navy had broken by late 1940 the important JN-25B codes which relayed Japanese orders to its Pacific fleet. No later than November 1941, Roosevelt received twice daily briefings from his aide Captain John Beardell of the Japanese broadcasts which were decoded in real time.
At this point, the war apologists argue that the codes were not fully broken until January 1942 and that even then it was difficult to interpret the meaning of the transmissions. They argue that the decoders and analysts did not have sufficient means to make sense of the information and to separate the wheat from the chaff. This is pure nonsense as the Roosevelt briefings make clear. In addition the Japanese messages were communicated numerous times to their recipients, making the comprehension of intent and location of the fleet rather perspicuous.
Subsequent investigations as late as 1995 confirm that US intelligence agencies had the means of interpreting the messages and understanding them well before December 7, 1941. The most damning evidence against the treason apologists is that the US government refuses to this very day to release over 90% of the more than 26,000 transmissions intercepted between September 1 – December 4 1941.
And if hearing it from the horse’s mouth was not enough, numerous military, diplomatic, and commercial sources informed US government officials of Japanese military preparations for war and a surprise attack – most notably at Pearl Harbor. Even the German ambassador to the United States attempted to warn US government officials of the attack.
To ensure that war was not captured from the jaws of victory, Roosevelt imperiously cut off diplomatic relations with Japan when Japanese prime minister Prince Konoe attempted desperately in the fall of 1941 to meet with Roosevelt to establish grounds for truce prior to the outbreak of hostilities. Roosevelt would have none of it.
Only through strong delusion or willful deceit could anyone claim that the attack on Pearl Harbor was not known well in advance of its occurrence and that Franklin Roosevelt was not actively moving the chess pieces around the global chess board in order to get the war he and Churchill so desired.
Many historians have long reported, even during World War 2 itself, that the US government had advance notice of the attacks on Pearl Harbor, and that the US government under Roosevelt's personal orders gave commands which willfully and deliberately put US men and resources in vulnerable exposed positions in order to suffer brutal assault by the Japanese. In no uncertain terms do we declare Franklin Delano Roosevelt a war criminal, a liar, and a mass murderer, a distinction he shares with his good friend Adolf Hitler, Lyndon Johnson, and George Bush. Thank God for judgment day.
The Pearl Harbor Deception,
Pearl Harbor, The Mother of All Conspiricies,

Copyright 2013 Tony Bonn. All rights reserved.


Anonymous said...

FDR may have been a schemer with a great batting average, but even he would admit to making some major blunders (just ask about his court-packing scheme of 1937). It's true that US intelligence, badly organized as it was back then, predicted some form of Japanese retaliation once steel and oil were cut off in 1941, but it was thought (according to Henry Stimson and others) that US interests would be hit in the Far East, perhaps in the Philippines, or in Indonesia, where Allied oil reserves were. I have relatives who are Japanese. One of their ancestors served in the Japanese Navy. He said even most Japanese didn't know of the plan to hit Pearl Harbor. He also said that Americans had a very racist view of Asians at the time, which he heard plenty of, meaning that "Japs can't engineer sophisticated naval/air coordinated attacks as far as Hawaii because they have slanty eyes and are less advanced." That is how racist America was at that time. After 1941, the Americans would still harbor racism towards "the Japs" but there would be a bit more respect toward their military, toward their technical capabilities, than before the war. I asked my relatives in Japan what they thought of the idea that FDR set up the Pearl Harbor attacks. They laughed, saying "Do Americans think that everything comes from them?---Are they so stupid to think that maybe our country was incapable of making a surprise attack?" I reminded them that not ALL Americans thought like this, just a minority of people. They said "That's like one of us telling our people over here in japan that the atomic bomb was a Japanese conspiracy, engineered by our emperor!"
The fact that the Manhattan Project was kept secret from the American people was conspiracy enough, but necessary. I just wish we hadn't dropped those bombs on innocent civilians. We should have bombed an island and shown the Japanese what we were capable of doing, and many innocent lives would have been saved.

Tony Bonn said...

i am not denying that the japanese had the capability to plan and execute an attack such as that at pearl harbor. on the other hand, the very least i would say is that they were manipulated with shrewd calculation. fdr wanted war, and he knew how to get it. official documents make clear that he promulgated a series of steps to guarantee that outcome.

did some americans collaborate with the japanese, or were they played like a harp by fdr? my own personal view is that at the very least they were manipulated. but i also know that the rockefellers had a very strong interest in the asian markets and would have happily precipitated hostilities. Fletcher Prouty states matter of factly that SONY was a rockefeller project through standard oil of new york and i believe him. therein lies the intriguing possibility that the attacks involved american interests even if it was japanese military prowess bearing the responsibility.

powerful convincing evidence demonstrates the foolishness and evil of dropping the bomb. I would refer you to Washington's Blog where the author did a superb job refuting the crap arguments that the bomb saved lives and ended the war early.

kerdasi amaq said...

They're missing the point about this so-called surprise attack: the US government was passively assisting them, for its own political purposes, by no taking no effective action to repel the coming assault.

Although, they took care to clear the aircraft carriers out of Pearl Harbour, no doubt, to keep them safe and to ensure that they could not launch any counter attacks.