Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Did Japan Really Bomb Pearl Harbor?

Some skeptics have questioned the standard history that Japan bombed Pearl Harbor. Instead they attribute the attacks to American traitors acting on orders from Franklin Roosevelt. We believe that there are enough unanswered questions about the events of December 7, 1941 to warrant further examination of this idea.

Indeed at least 5 official inquiries by both Congress and executive branch departments investigated the attack on Pearl Harbor because of its enormity and inexplicable anomalies.

The claimants, at least in our case, argue that real attacks occurred, but that they were executed under American command using Japanese Americans and German planes painted in Japanese colors. Given that many documents from World War 2 remain highly classified, one would be remiss in not considering the possibility of a fifth column attacking the United States as an act of treason to further the aims of the Jewish New World Order.

So many strange anomalies accompanied and surrounded the attacks on Pearl Harbor that only an imbecile could trump them up to coincidence. For example, only certain parts of the military base were attacked when reports circulated widely of Japanese spies on the island plotting in grid form the location of every plane, ship, and militarily significant target around the military base.

As examples, the military intelligence buildings were untouched, as were the repair depots, large fuel tanks, and torpedo magazines. These are just a hand full of the important and ripe targets which were studiously avoided by attackers who were said to have highly detailed layouts of the military base.

American shipping was diverted away from the alleged path of the Japanese armada headed toward Hawaii. Long range patrols from the Aleutian islands were also grounded. This latter act is often interpreted as the means for providing security for the Japanese fleet, but another interpretation is that Roosevelt and Chief of Staff George Marshall did not want any witnesses who could claim that there were no Japanese ships in convoy toward Pearl Harbor.

Yet it is also possible that the grounding of air reconnaissance was to provide cloaking for the American carrier groups which carried out the attacks.

Admiral Kimmel and General Short were assured that Pearl Harbor faced no threat from the Japanese navy. In fact Admiral Stark in Washington ordered Kimmel to return all ships to port in Hawaii when the latter took the time honored precaution of sending its fleets to sea when diplomatic relations with a foreign power were in jeopardy. The only warning Kimmel received was that of sabotage, the approved precaution against which was to huddle planes together, thus making them an easy target for bombing attacks. Surely Marshall and his lieutenants knew this and chose artfully sabotage as the key threat.

So what about the 3 American aircraft carriers, Enterprise, Lexington, and Saratoga? It is reported that they were miraculously at sea to be saved by an act of deus ex machina. Since no one knows exactly where they were, it is best supposed that they were carrying a total of 50 planes - a fact not questioned, perhaps German Fokke Wulfes or American AT-6s, painted as Japanese Zero bombers and other planes which then attacked Pearl Harbor. A naval task force of  aircraft carriers is always accompanied by other ships such as battleships, destroyers, and submarines. Thus the best of the American fleet was used to attack the United States while the aging iron was left for destruction. How convenient.

How is it that the American carriers, along with their escorts, did not come to the aid of their countrymen or pursue the Japanese? The Enterprise was allegedly only 215 miles west of Pearl Harbor - and yet it could not help? The Japanese navy was said to be 275 miles west of Pearl Harbor.

The counter arguments to this theory are not trivial. There are many intercepts of Japanese transmissions which would seem to prove that Japanese attack formations indeed headed toward Hawaii. But could these transmissions be fabricated? On the other hand, no one saw any of the Japanese ships. How could this be for the size force needed to attack a large military installation such as Pearl Harbor?

Other contemporary reports state that there were no Japanese airplanes seen in flight although one said that he saw a crashed Zero - possibly a Japanese painted AT-6?

Another argument against a Japanese fleet in Hawaiian waters is the logistical difficulties of such an operation at least 3700 miles away from home base. That was one of the arguments which Roosevelt's staff used to claim that Hawaii faced no credible threat from the Japanese.

False flags are part of the warp and weft of American history. They have been used time and again to drag the United States into Jewish wars. Pearl Harbor has the odor of such a false flag attack, but requires additional evidence to clinch the case.

blocula, Americans Bombed Pearl Harbor With Airplanes Designed To Look Japanese,, April 8, 2012, accessed 9/6/2017

James Perloff, Pearl Harbor: Hawaii Was Surprised; FDR Was Not, New American, December 7, 2016, accessed 9/6/2017

Copyright 2017 Tony Bonn. All rights reserved.


Anonymous said...

I'd say that this is one false flag too far.

Anonymous said...

If this was a false flag done by the Federal Government against Americans; why didn't the Japanese denounce it as such?

For this scenario to be true, then the Japanese declaration of war must have been faked and they fought a war to maintain this deception.

Not very likely.

Tony Bonn said...

According to one of my sources, high level persons in the Japanese government colluded with ours to perpetrate the hostilities and the theater for their and our people. the Japanese declaration of war is immaterial to the issue of the us government bombing its own people.

the main point is that there is very little to no forensic evidence that the Japanese attacked pearl harbor. we granted that the cable intercepts might be such evidence, but at this point I am not convinced that they are authentic or even proof of an attack. this is a subject requiring more research.

one of the gnawing issues is how did the "Japanese" know to bomb just the junk? In other words, the materiel losses were not militarily significant. and why was there no pursuit of the Japanese armada to at least find out what direction it was headed?

Roosevelt wanted war badly, a fact to which Churchill testified after the north atlantic conference. while it doesn't prove that he bombed pearl harbor, it certainly provides the motive. the thesis is interesting and I hope that someone follows up to either prove or disprove it.