29/01/2015   –  The 3 Coming False Flag Attacks


The attack against Pearl Harbor was the excuse for entry into World War II.

Both of these attacks involved gross deception of the American public. The Watergate cover-up was nothing compared with the cover-up over Pearl Harbor. Roosevelt incited the attack with an oil embargo, and knew that the attack was coming. It was not a surprise attack. The Pacific war began in deception and cover-up and ended the same way.

The Japanese offered to surrender prior to the bombing of Hiroshima on condition that the office of Japanese Emperor be retained, and after the bombing the war was concluded with that condition accepted. Why then was Hiroshima bombed? Most people’s understanding of the Pearl Harbor attack is based on popular portrayals such as the docudrama film Tora, Tora, Tora, which presents the attacks as a surprise. The Final Secret of Pearl Harbor by Rear Admiral Theobald, which examines the days immediately preceding the attack, shows that it was not a surprise. It shows instead that Washington authorities had ample foreknowledge of the time and place of the Japanese attack, and that the failure to warn General Short and Admiral Kimmel was due to Roosevelt’s order that no warning be sent lest their preparations for defense might deter the Japanese from attacking. Theobald also shows that Pearl Harbor was denied a “Purple” decoding machine lest the commanders there might independently decode Japanese messages and take steps to ward off the attack.  

Pearl Harbor was not just a godsend — it was a US-orchestrated event, and the 2,403 Americans murdered there were murdered by the US government as well as the Japanese. As Robert Stinnett has shown, the US High Command knew exactly when and where the attacks were coming, and intentionally left American sailors and Marines in harm’s way so that their murder would enrage US public opinion and reverse the prevailing majority sentiment against entry into World War II. In other words, Pearl Harbor, like 9/11, was a human sacrifice used to initiate a war — a pattern that recurs throughout history.

You are looking at what may be THE MOST SHOCKING HEADLINE IN HISTORY.
On Sunday November 30, 1941—the Sunday before the December 7th attack at Pearl Harbor—the Hilo Hawaii Tribune Herald newspaper ran this big bold headline: “JAPAN MAY STRIKE OVER WEEKEND.” One week later, on December 7, 1941, the Japanese navy and air force attacked the United States army, navy and air force units at Pearl Harbor

, Hawaii in what was called “a surprise attack.” The next day, President Franklin Roosevelt called the attack “a day of infamy,” and asked Congress for a Declaration of War. It was granted, and America entered World War 2. Now, ask yourself: How could this newspaper know in advance something that President Roosevelt did not know? Surely the President’s intelligence sources were better than those of the newspapers, right? In fact, many at the time questioned how “a surprise attack” could have happened, and whether President Roosevelt should have known about it in advance and warned our forces in Hawaii. Nine congressional investigations were conducted, during and after the war, and each examined the question: Did President Roosevelt know about the attack before it happened, and, if so, why did he do nothing to prepare our forces? And nine congressional investigations all concluded that Roosevelt did not know in advance…pretty messed up, eh? Richard Cassaro, Author, Written In Stone

 

The following is an interesting video — worth watching for the 16mins

A new perspective on the world….

Source:

http://www.whale.to/b/pearl_harbour.html