“December 7, 1941. A Date Which Will Live in Infamy.” – FDR.

Naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan conducted a surprise attack on American military targets at Pearl Harbor, the Hawaiian Islands.
I’m old, but not that old. I do not personally remember that, unlike the JFK assassination and 9/11. But over the years I have been able to research it somewhat and reflect upon it.
First of all, “Empire of Japan”? There are no more empires. Roman, Ottoman, German, British Empires; These and many others, all gone. And “surprise”? Really? Surprise attack is a standard military tactic over the centuries. There were speculations about an attack on America, on naval and air force facilities in general and the use of aircraft carriers for this long before this.
It turns out military naval tactics quickly adapted from based around the battleship to based around the aircraft carrier after WW1. Noteworthy the few American aircraft carriers based at Pearl were not present during the attack, having left port shortly before. Obviously it is a severe limitation on a military vessel to be docked in a port.
So I am skeptical. But I wasn’t always. My skepticism was piqued by my friend, Dr. McFarland back in the 70’s and 80’s.
Note that many jews, e.g. Einstein (and Freud and Reich also) had left Germany and even the European war theatre by this time. America was neutral. But the precedent had been set for American intervention against Germany by WW1. Once having formed the Axis Alliance, an attack by Japan was equivalent to an attack by Germany.
Wouldn’t it be convenient for the jews if America was attacked by Japan so America would counterattack and thereby attack Germany also?

About rwm4prez2012

Candidate for President of the UNITED STATES for /2004/2008/2012/2016/2020.
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