U.S. Had Foreknowledge of
Japan's Attack on Pearl Harbor.
Let It Happen to Justify American Entry Into WWII
Military Officers and Code Breakers Speak Out … On Camera
Preface: We don’t contest that World War II was – in many ways –
a “good war”.
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- The Nazis, imperial Japanese and fascist Italians
were nasty folks trying to take over the world, who brutalized
millions within their own borders and in the nations they
And – as
shown below – we probably knew about the coming Pearl Harbor
attack, but let it happen to justify America’s entry into World
House apparently had – a year before Pearl Harbor –
launched an 8-point plan to provoke Japan into war
against the U.S. (including, for example, an oil embargo).
The rationale for this provocation is that the U.S. wanted to
aid its allies in fighting the Nazis and other axis powers, and
decided that an attack by Japan would be the most advantageous
justification for the U.S. to enter WWII.
Honolulu newspapers warned of a possible attack by the Japanese
on Pearl Harbor:
the following must-watch BBC documentary – with interviews with
many of the main players, including military officers and
code-breakers – shows, the American and British knew of
the Japanese plan to attack Pearl Harbor — down to the exact
date of the attack — and allowed it to happen to
justify America’s entry into World War II:
this short essay by a
highly-praised historian summarizing some of the key points.
(The historian, Robert B. Stinnett, a World War II veteran,
actually agreed with this strategy for getting America into the
war, and so does not have any axe to grind).
Active Interference with Military’s Ability to
also recently been discovered that the FDR administration
took numerous affirmative steps to ensure that the
Japanese attack would be successful. These steps included taking
extraordinary measures to hide information from the commanders
in Hawaii about the location of Japanese war ships (information
of which they would normally be informed), denying their
requests to allow them to scout for Japanese ships, and other
actions to blind the commanders in Hawaii so that the attacks
would succeed. See, for example,
this book (page 186).
commanders in Hawaii, General Short and Admiral Kimmel, were
scapegoated as being the cause for the “surprise” attack on
Pearl Harbor (they were recently cleared by Congress).
according to a statement made to me privately by a leading Pearl
Harbor scholar, the government repeatedly denied foreknowledge
and labeled anyone who discussed the military’s prior knowledge
of the attacks as a nutty conspiracy theorist.
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