Monday, December 7, 2020

Remembering Pearl Harbor

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The sacrifices of those who served in the American military in December, 1941 should be recounted often for us all to ponder and appreciate that the 3000 Americans who died at Pearl Harbor should not have perished in vain.  The sincerest memorial to those who fought and died in this tragedy (and others in American history) is to analyze and discuss the multitude of reasons why it happened and how we ensure that American servicemen are not knowingly put in harm’s way for political purposes ever again. 

As there is far too much information available today for the surprise attack myth to survive even cursory scrutiny, and thanks to the Freedom of Information Act and declassification of hundreds of thousands of decoded Japanese messages, we can now get a very clear picture of how events unfolded in 1940-41.

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  1. "...everything that the Japanese were planning to do was known to the United States..." ARMY BOARD, 1944
    Mass murder and treason by FDR. Made sure he hid the new vessels,
    the carriers, and left the old ships in plain view for the
    Japanese to bomb. Too bad the men on the 'old' vessels didn't
    know that they sacrificed their lives by burning alive in the
    oil which caught fire, for a treasonous and psychopath.
    I only wish FDR would have been on the old vessels at the time.
    There, that would have ended his rule.
    The Hawaiian commanders were furious they were not informed.

    1. Thanks and I have a couple of pictures of my Uncle Charlie who was stationed there at the time.

    2. What did your Uncle Charlie have to say about the incident.
      Is Uncle Charlie still alive?
      I heard the USS Arizona was still leaking oil into the
      ocean after all this time.

    3. No, died in 1966 when I was in basic training but went to his funeral and he was my favorites uncle by far. I didn't know he was there until I was given his pictures after he died and raw Oysters did him in. :)

  2. I am beginning to believe that anyone the MSM or Academia Inc. says is good or genius is neither.