Day of Deceit - The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor (1:24:27 Hrs)

Published: 2021-12-14

 

“December 7th, 1941 - a day which will live in infamy.” So said President Franklin Roosevelt in his speech to Congress in asking for a declaration of war against Japan, citing the attack on Pearl Harbor in which over 2,000 Americans were killed. Framing the event as an unprovoked attack on American soil, FDR led the United States into the largest military conflict in its history. What is less clear, however, is how much the inner circle of the Presidency, the war cabinet and the intelligence services 1. knew the attack was coming, and 2. wanted it to occur to spark the necessary public support for a full scale war in both Europe and Asia.This video (one hour 24 minutes) the truth about FDR and Pearl Harbo" is revealed. On Dec 7 1941, Japanese carrier aircraft attacked the US base at Pearl Harbor, sinking several US battleships. FDR announced that it was a completely unprovoked attack.The British Secret Service (Secret Intelligence Service or MI6) files have only relatively just been released, albeit very partially and a little known book giving details was written in 2017 by Malcolm Atkin entitled Section D for Destruction. The book reveals that Neville Chamberlain had authorised an campaign of terrorism against Germany and Italy SIX months before Sept 1939. The details on Poland have not released and have been redacted. Details of various other operations, Enigma, Churchill's attack on Sweden, the captured Luftwaffe photos, Operation Foxley (the assassination of Hitler) have only gradually been dribbling out. The files dealing with the capture of Himmler remain closed until 2045. Here there is a discussion about FDR's plans. Information about Japan is still subject to historical propaganda. Discussing the topic is Nick, Alan, Hans and Hank. The Pearl Harbor film by Jerry Bruckheimer is discussed and its numerous historical errors is revealed. Nick details an number of US writers (Harry E Barnes, R D Oliver, etc) who investigated Pearl Harbor in a critical but rational way. Topics discussed are the power of Japan, the aims of FDR, the Dutch and British colonies in the Far East, the various aims of American Firsters, and a lot more besides. Highly interesting and very revealing discussion. 

 


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