Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Pearl Harbor: false pretext for war (video)

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What is a "false flag" operation, and what does it have to do with WW II's Pearl Harbor?

U.S. General Smedley D. Butler
War is a scam. War, what is it good for? Absolutely something: making money for arms dealers, war profiteers, professional military men, stock markets, and industry/corporations.

Just ask U.S. Marine Corps Major General Smedley D. Butler. He figured it out before 1935 then wrote the book on it. By international and constitutional law, as well as other contractual agreements, the U.S. cannot enter war without Congressional authorization. That's never stopped us.

For all we really need is a pretext, a "false flag operation," an excuse to justify doing what we plan in advance as "retaliation" for something else. For instance, if we're attacked, we have given ourselves the right to start military hostilities without hesitating to ask anyone's permission.

So the military-industrial complex, with plenty of help from the Congress, rules our government and the military it funds. U.S. Pres. Eisenhower warned us.

War is a Racket (Gen. Smedley D. Butler)
Since we need an attack to strike back, and since no one will attack us, let's just say they did -- Bay of Tonkin, Bay of Pigs, Bay of Pearl Harbor.

We were so innocently minding our own peace-loving business when those subhuman monsters came and dared to attack us on our own soil!

What could we do but "fight back"? We knew it was coming to Hawaii (a 1,000 islands we had invaded and forcibly made part of the USA largely to create a forward military base for strategic advantage), we had moved all of our real ships out to sea for safety, and we brought in our own junkers filled with youthful recruits to be sitting ducks. Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt wanted war.

The Japanese -- and since we had secretly broken their code months before, we knew all about their intentions and plans weeks in advance -- flew in, saw that it was a setup, but could not retreat. So they bombed as planned and went on kamikaze missions. And we played it up to the hilt.

Even 75 years later on anniversary days like today, we officially grieve and remember how brave we were to seek revenge.

In the guise of foreign wars - James Madison
Our hands were forced to enter the "good war" and kill hundreds of thousands, injure millions (many still feeling the effects of nuclear fallout because we are the only nation in the known history of the world to ever drop nuclear bombs on a human population, a civilian one at that, in contravention of all conventions and acceptable military practices).

Hooray for our side! Let's kill all who oppose our interests, particularly as it relates to our free trade freedom. If we need something more spectacular than Pearl Harbor, how about we take down a bunch of towers in our biggest city with the cameras rolling? Sure, why not?

If we're willing to accept Operation Northwooods, why not sacrifice 5,000 citizens for endless wars -- taking down seven countries from Iraq and Afghanistan to Syria and Iran. All invasion plans have been prepared in advance.

(BCTV) The Pearl Harbor advance-knowledge theory is the idea that American officials had advance knowledge of Japan's Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. Ever since the Japanese attack there has been debate as to how and why the United States had been caught off guard and how much and when American officials knew of Japanese plans for an attack.

Several writers, including journalist Robert Stinnett[3] and former United States Navy Rear Admiral Robert A. Theobald, have argued that various parties high in the U.S. and British governments knew of the attack in advance and may even have let it happen or encouraged it in order to force America into war via the "back door." Evidence supporting this view is taken from quotations and source documents from the time and the release of newer materials.

Ten official U.S. inquiries
The U.S. government made nine official inquiries into the attack between 1941 and 1946 and a tenth in 1995. They included an inquiry by Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox (1941); the Roberts Commission (1941-42);...

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