"While I am talking to you mothers and fathers, I give you one more assurance. I have said this before, and I shall say it again and again and again: Your boys are not going to be sent into any foreign wars."
FDR campaign statement of 1940
FDR was a lying traitor. He knew all along he was going to bring the US into the 'big war.' It was his task, he fulfilled it. December 7, 1941 was another major coup based on a lie that propelled us into chaos and carnage. It was far from the first. It turned out to be far from the last.
Admiral Husband E. Kimmel wrote in his memoirs:
"It was part of Roosevelt's plan that no warning be sent to the Hawaiian Islands. Our leaders in Washington, who deliberately didn't inform our forces in Pearl Harbor, cannot be justified in any way. The Pearl Harbor Command wasn't informed at all about ... the American note of November 26, 1941, delivered to the Japanese ambassador, which practically excluded further negotiations and made war in the Pacific inevitable. The Army and Navy Command in the Hawaiian Islands received not even a hint about intercepted and deciphered Japanese telegrams which were forwarded to concerned parties in Washington on the 6th and 7th of December, 1941."The Pacific fleet had consisted of nine battleships, three aircraft carriers, and some smaller ships. The aircraft carriers and the smaller, more mobile ships were moved prior to the attack because Roosevelt knew they would be needed for a war at sea. On November 28th Fleet Admiral William F. Halsey (under Kimmel's command) sailed to Wake Island with the carrier Enterprise, three heavy destroyers and nine small destroyers; and on December 5th, the Lexington, three heavy cruisers and five destroyers were sent to Midway, and the Saratoga went to the Pacific Coast. The other battleships were considered dispensable, because they had been produced during and prior to World War I and were viewed as old and obsolete. They were to be sacrificed [along with the men].
A 'blood sacrifice' for bankers is a common theme. Nothing is more profitable for those who create the money than war, nothing. A nation in debt is a nation subservient. It can be summed up in these few words... "All Wars are Bankers Wars."
Not very many World War II vets would ever agree with the above. They couldn't. They did not want to believe they were pawns, that their war was not the noble effort to save the world but just one more money making and power scam for the few that would usher in an American empire of psychopathic new world order intent.
Unfortunately for the power elite, we have learned their tricks of false flags and media deception. OK, we have not stopped them but they have their concerns. We are the 7 billion, they are the few hundred at the very top with only a few tens of thousands at their immediate disposal. The numbers are in our favor and each day there are more and more who are awakening little by little. Pearl Harbor Day is yet another opportunity to spread the word that within each of us is the ability to make a difference. As we change ourselves we can change the world and find it is not necessary to play their games of violence, debt slavery and globalist colonialism . No one says it will be easy but it can be done. Will there be more blood sacrifices to manipulate us? You bet. That doesn't mean they will necessarily be as effective as in the past. That all depends on us.....
Eustace Mullins, Global Sciences Congress, Denver, 2000.
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