Friday, December 6, 2013

Pearl Harbor - Blood Sacrifice





"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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27 comments:

  1. A not-so-easy way, simply stop cooperating.

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    1. Yes, there are many ways to not cooperate. Most of them will not create hardships for us, some will. Maybe it's just a change of attitude we need and less fear and less falling for the divide and conquer.

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    2. knowing the truth is eternal bondage for the so-called "money junkies"...

      we all have much to learn...

      and share

      sincerely

      Davy

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  2. That's for sure. Not cooperating is more powerful than most people realize. It helps to overcome the fear as well. I'd say the divide is fairly well established in this society. Recognizing what and who the lawless and the corrupt are, for what they are and accepting them for such, is the first step to a changing attitude. Be surprised at how much power comes with a changed attitude and a focused intent. Good post.

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    1. Thanks for the encouraging words Joe. Hey, we're not alone after all. A collective focused intent does have power.

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  3. OT - Found this about myself on the (hijacked by Prothink) Zion Crime Factory site:

    "For example, the woman who runs “My Big Fat Anti-Zionist Life” is a nasty bitch who accuses anyone with pro-white sympathies of being a racist, fascist, neonazi, etc....I was surprised to see these two phonies listed on your blogroll because their stooge-like antics have made them somewhat notorious." at http://zioncrimefactory.com/2012/03/16/supposed-anti-jew-defends-alex-jones/

    First of all, the blog is actually Zionism Stinks (it does have that other stuff in its web address). And secondly, I don't argue with the people from Stormfront.

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    1. That was funny andie. Ahhh, and he took your link down based on the comment. Anyway, some of us think you are a nice lady and appreciate all the research you have done.

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  4. I am real big on not cooperating. However, we older ones are passing away and our descendents are already much more trained to cooperation than we ever will. I have often felt we were among the last who would experience freedom of speech and thought ~ and so it greatly appears to be nowadays.

    I was STUNNED last weekend when my once free and easy daughter went 30 feet out of her way to use a crosswalk on an EMPTY Sunday morning downtown street and spoke to me for just crossing in the sunlight where I was. When did my live-wire daughter suddenly shift into such obedience?

    What if they gave a war and nobody came?

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    1. Noor, I've been waiting for that war where nobody came since Vietnam and like you say we don't have that much more time left.

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    2. About that lack of time, please don't remind me. About that younger generation, my wife and ask the same questions. You'd of thought our shared life's experiences would of taught them something about life's values. Guess they did see the value. Guess they liked slavery over freedom; weren't willing to pay the price we paid.

      "What if they gave a war and nobody came?" That would be the real test of non-cooperation, wouldn't it?

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  5. I have noticed with the so called alternative media these days if you connect the dots to the vatican, ancient rome to their alliance with Jews, you are called a disinfo guy and apologist for jews. They all seem to be working from the same memo. The large sites you may have noticed never talk about the amazingly rich families of Rome, the Jesuits who are heavily infiltrated by jews by the way.

    Hitler ... Hitler was supposed to be a great guy too. He claimed to be a catholic, the catholics helped him escape the bunker. It is not a very hard concept to grasp and when I see a site, and unfortunately there are many in the so called truth telling alternative news, naturally I am skeptical. Rome seems to be the top of the pyramid and the queen bows to the pope. There is a tendency to down play just how many jews are involved in the jesuit order and vatican. Darkmoon's site is always talking about the jews but the catholic nazis on that site claim the vatican has saved the white race yada yada. No they are wiping it out with the rest of humanity.

    I have noticed a few sites seem to be working off the same memo, when you attempt shine a light on rome they accuse you of covering up for the jews and being a disinfo type. It seems to be the party line these days. Not many of the large sites talk much about rome or carry such news, it is all iluminati this etc. That skull an bones symbol has been around a long time, the English pirates used it, the nazis used it and skull and bones still use it at Yale. They have homo parties there frolicking in mud coffins, all of the cream of the crop of modern day so called leaders. It is pretty evident unless one is trying to ignore it.

    The Bushes were skull and bone, Jeb Bush after destroying Florida, emptying state retirement acounts to Enron states, he would not run again even if the pope asked him too. This is all more simple than people want to make it.

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    1. As I've often said, we are pickers and choosers. We choose the history, ideas and concepts that we think best suits our viewpoints of the moment. Hitler is no exception. There's one Hitler point that I'll pick that few others will talk about. He was a reportedly a vegetarian except for maybe late in life when his doctor suggested sardines for the fish oil The alleged Hitler concept was that if we don't treat the animals with respect then how can we be expected to respect our fellow man, or something like that.

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  6. Excellent work on the Pearl Harbor deception, Kenny.

    Here's some more material on the subject:

    A Memoir of Globaloney, Orwellianism and Dead Sea Fruit
    JAMES J. MARTIN

    Excerpts:

    I first saw Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace in the form of long galley sheets draped over the back of a chair in the study of Harry Elmer Barnes's spread, "Stonewood," overlooking Lake Otsego, a few miles above Cooperstown, N.Y. A few months later in the fall of 1953 it was published by Caxton Printers of Caldwell, Idaho. To say that it caused delight among revisionists and consternation and outrage among Establishmentarians is a most subdued relation. When Professor Bernard C. Cohen of Princeton University started his review of Perpetual War in the American Political Science Review with the sentence, "This is an unpleasant book to read," he uttered about the most neutral words regarding the book that one might have read in the estimates made by the official defenders of the Roosevelt faith in those turbulent days 30 years ago. The majority of reviews were notable for their incensed and abusive tone, making the long-observed mistake of confusing generalized snarling with criticism.
    ...
    The separate diplomatic history chapters by the late Professors Tansill and Neumann and the Oxford-trained international law scholar and subsequent judge, F.R. Sanborn, have aroused no refutation, but much sputtering and choking on the part of angered paladins of Rooseveltian innocence in foreign affairs, annoyed at this attention to his steady movement toward war while uttering little but the formalized political patter of "peace." The chapters dealing with the Pearl Harbor tragedy stand to this day as capable of little improvement despite all that has come upon the record in the 30 years since they were published. George Morgenstern's is an admirable appendix to his 1947 book Pearl Harbor, a volume which should never have been allowed to go out of print. As for the analysis of the nine investigations of Pearl Harbor by Percy Greaves, it is still the only thing of its kind and of inestimable value and utility. If one wants to see in outline the recent book Infamy by John Toland a generation before it was published, one just has to read Greaves's essay carefully. Reference has already been made to the balance-sheet contributors by Lundberg and Chamberlin. They and the concluding chapters by Barnes may excite someone some day to carry their story forward across the thirty years separating them then from us today. The final result may be well nigh unendurable. It is a landmark occasion and a publishing event to see Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace back again. It is indeed most pleasurable for me to say, "Welcome back!"

    Read the rest:

    http://www.vho.org/GB/Journals/JHR/4/1/Martin83-92.html

    PERPETUAL WAR FOR PERPETUAL PEACE: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF THE FOREIGN POLICY OF FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT AND ITS AFTERMATH

    http://vho.org/aaargh/fran/livres7/Barnespwpp.pdf

    Pearl Harbor after a Quarter of a Century
    By Harry Elmer Barnes

    http://www.solargeneral.com/library/pearl-harbor-after-a-quarter-of-a-century-harry-elmer-barnes.pdf

    http://www.anthonyflood.com/barnespearlharbor01.htm

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    1. Excellent links NMM. They remind us that 'revisionist' history has a long history. Actually I never liked the term revisionist history. I prefer something along the lines of hidden true history.

      I grew up in a family that pretty much idolized FDR. How he aided them during the banker contrived depression. My grandfather even went off to work in the WPA which they say saved the 25 acre farm from going totally bust. Another story was the feds delivered cotton batting, feathers and coverings for the folks to make them some new mattresses. I even slept on them at my grandparents house. Destroying the economy and then giving a little 'relief' is an old technique for getting compliance to any of the ruling class agendas.

      My mother is the only one left now. I''ve discussed the Pearl Harbor deception with her and she brought it up several times afterwards but won't believe that FDR would allow it to happen to get us into the war. It's never been an argument, just a discussion and with her generation dies the close emotional myths of FDR.

      Ironically as I was typing this, I went to the mailbox where there was a letter from the social security dept., an FDR legacy. I had asked them to look into the year where my SS records showed $0 put into the system. It was a year when a parent corporation stole all the money and then filed bankruptcy. They had no records of that they said, but hey, I tried.

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  7. Americans are suckers for Jew banker wars.

    While the Rothschilds were making tons of money during WWI and before we were sucked in, then President Wilson ran his 1916 reelection campaign on the promise he'd keep us out of Europe's craziness.

    After getting reelected and about one month after he was sworn into office, he was herding the nation into WWI.

    Another 9/11 false flag and we'll be cheering for the 'Shocking and Awing' of Iran.



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    1. I think that Alfred Owen Crozier in 1912-116 warned us about the Fed Reserve, Wall St and the engineered boom and busts and perpetual war that would be our future. It was an opportunity lost for many reasons.

      Didn't Wilson hire the young Edward Bernays to promote his war psyops? After Bernays wrote 'Propaganda' in 1928 it set off a chain reaction of social engineering that we have not yet recovered from.

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  8. Here's another relevant article by Harry Elmer Barnes to download and save:

    The End of the Old America

    http://www.mmisi.org/ma/02_02/barnes.pdf

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  9. Well, we have known for some time about the concept of the left-right paradigm, controlled opposition, false flags, social engineering, "machines de guerre", maskirovka, the panopticon, etc., and now we are surveilled intensively and that data pumped into a massive social simulation game controlled by a few. I left Google recently because of their open involvement in this game knowing full well I could not escape save by total withdrawal (and even then...) but now discover I have jumped into a position wherein I can speak right down their throat. Perhaps I can infect something by making it go viral into their tonsils, their lungs....


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    Who recently joined Warburg-Pincus?

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    1. The son of the man who worked with the mother of the One.

      Connections

      Aris

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    2. Ayuh, as we say in these parts, that'd be the one. And your link is ten times better than what I would have offered. Well done....

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  10. I located the updated edition of Frank L. Britton's Behind Communism, one of the best books on the subject. Download and save:

    http://www.whale.to/c/Behind-Communism-by-Frank-L.-Britton.pdf

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    1. There is a newer edition of Behind Communism but I haven't seen it for free online.

      http://www.amazon.com/Behind-Communism-Frank-L-Britton/dp/1479268429

      The edition available from whale is later than the ones that I had.

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    2. Thanks. Saved for reading later.

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  11. I remember Blair saying prior to the attack on Iraq - after his meeting with 'Dubya' - that he was prepared to make the 'Blood Sacrifice'.......of course the ass wipe wasn't talking about his or any of his family's blood.

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  12. Really good title and article Kenny.

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  13. Link to Mullins video block by facebook.

    You can't post this because it has a blocked link
    The content you're trying to share includes a link that our security systems detected to be unsafe:

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=5hfEBupAeo4

    Please remove this link to continue.

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    -switters

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    1. I'm not surprised. Hasn't facebook been crying some fake tears lately about the spying, yet they censor. It's a sick joke.

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