by Billy Roper
A day which will live in infamy, truly. So long as we remember how and why it happened.
Socialist President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who had such a firm control over the leftist press that he was able to hide being wheelchair bound and crippled from the American people, who would not have elected him had they known of his condition, was desperate to get the United States involved in World War II. His dream was not to save England, or he would have ended the non-neutral lend-lease program, or stopped using American naval ships and planes to pinpoint German shipping for the British military to attack. That would have forced Churchill, in a moment of sobriety, to accept a treaty with Germany which would have provided peace to Western Europe, and allowed Great Britain to retain her sovereignty, as well as most of her colonies. But Great Britain was not Roosevelt’s concern. Neither was peace.
The crippled, wealthy globalist elitist’s goal was to save Communism, which was reeling on the ropes in anticipation of a knockout blow from the Wehrmacht and their allies from every European nation who had joined them to defeat Marxism. Roosevelt wanted to send the wealth of America, by way of uniforms, guns, ammunition, vehicles, and food, to the Soviet Red army, to save them from defeat. His plan was to keep the war in Europe going long enough to get the U.S. involved. However, no matter how hard he provoked Germany, he could not find an excuse to get openly involved in W.W. II. Not when the American people were so overwhelmingly against getting drawn into the war, and he had falsely campaigned on the promise to not send Americans to die overseas.
So, he sought a back door to war. Roosevelt had been tightening the strangle-hold on Japan, boycotting trade with the small, resource dependent island nation. Provocation through collusion with Great Britain and other states had frozen Japanese assets and begun to drain their economy. Faced with soon running out of energy resources and fuel, Japan had no choice except to expand their territorial control and access more resources. Roosevelt knew this, for he and his Jewish advisors had calculatedly provoked the scenario. He was even directly warned by the British, who had cracked the Japanese secret code, about the imminent attack on Pearl Harbor. But, it was just the kind of event Roosevelt needed to drive the American public into supporting a declaration of War. Knowing that their mutual defense pact meant a Declaration of War against Japan would be swiftly followed by war with Germany, he planned on focusing his war efforts not in the Pacific, at first, but in Europe.
And that is the real story of how and why the attack on Pearl Harbor happened.
Let it live in infamy.