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Re: Roosevelt's Road To War

Postby Mortimer » 6 months 3 weeks ago (Wed Mar 04, 2020 9:17 pm)

Mark Weber has written an article on Roosevelt's secret dealings with British intelligence to bring about US entry into the war in Europe. The average American at the time had no inkling of the duplicity of which FDR was involved. If they did there is no way he would have won the 1940 election.l
http://www.unz.com/article/collusion-fr ... -into-war/
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Re: Roosevelt's Road To War

Postby Hektor » 6 months 3 weeks ago (Thu Mar 05, 2020 4:41 am)

HMSendeavour wrote:There was definitely proof that Roosevelt knew about Pearl Harbour and thus entered the war on purpose.

From a confidential draft of David Irving's memoirs, I have a 16 page section on his meetings with Albert Speer and his memoirs. In it, he referenced other fake memoirs and diaries including those relevant to Roosevelt and his knowledge of Pearl Harbour:
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The knowledge is one thing, worse is creating or rather provoking incidents to justify engaging in war with the Axis.
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Re: Roosevelt's Road To War

Postby HMSendeavour » 6 months 3 weeks ago (Thu Mar 05, 2020 8:32 am)

Hektor wrote:
HMSendeavour wrote:There was definitely proof that Roosevelt knew about Pearl Harbour and thus entered the war on purpose.

From a confidential draft of David Irving's memoirs, I have a 16 page section on his meetings with Albert Speer and his memoirs. In it, he referenced other fake memoirs and diaries including those relevant to Roosevelt and his knowledge of Pearl Harbour:
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The knowledge is one thing, worse is creating or rather provoking incidents to justify engaging in war with the Axis.
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The fact that he had knowledge of it and did nothing cannot be interpreted as innocent ignorance but deliberate withholding of the foreknowledge about this attack which he used as a casus belli to get the U.S. into the war.

This is why the powers that be hate the very idea of Roosevelt knowing about it, because they know full well it cannot even be classified as irresponsibility.

Kerry Bolton wrote a wonderful article detailing the entire American-Japanese debacle: https://www.inconvenienthistory.com/8/2/4165 Pearl Harbour was just the one incident the U.S. provoked to get into war. If it wasn't that it would've been something else.

Roosevelt was a warmongering prick and I hope, if hell exists, that he, along with his brothers in cabal, Churchill & Stalin, are in that 9th circle of hell being gnawed by Satan's three heads as the modern traitors to mankind.
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Re: Roosevelt's Road To War

Postby Mortimer » 3 months 1 hour ago (Sun Jun 28, 2020 4:01 am)

George Racey Jordan was a major in the US military during WW2 who worked in supplying lend lease to the Soviet Union. Therefore he had first hand experience in these matters. He details how Roosevelt's orders were to give Stalin everything he wanted including atomic secrets.
http://www.sweetliberty.org/issues/wars/jordan/01.html
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Re: Roosevelt's Road To War

Postby Hektor » 2 months 4 weeks ago (Mon Jun 29, 2020 4:07 pm)

Mortimer wrote:George Racey Jordan was a major in the US military during WW2 who worked in supplying lend lease to the Soviet Union. Therefore he had first hand experience in these matters. He details how Roosevelt's orders were to give Stalin everything he wanted including atomic secrets.
http://www.sweetliberty.org/issues/wars/jordan/01.html

How not to write an introduction:
Before you read the shocking revelations from Major Jordan's Diaries about the billions of dollars, airplanes, tanks, munitions, foodstuffs, whole factories, blueprints and material for building the Atomic Bomb, personal luxuries for despotic Bolshevik Talmudic Communist rulers, as well as the paper and plates enabling them to print U.S. Federal Reserve Notes -- all this sent to the U.S.S.R. from UN Depot No 8, Newark, N.J., U.S.A., -- let us set the scene.


That simply would go past a normies internal censorship. And I can even fully understand that from a personal perspective. Overtly loaded language is good for railing up emotional people to create straw fires. But it's an obstacle for people that are searching for the truth to a matter.

I of course realise that there were quite some people in the US that had sympathy for the USSR for ideological reasons. They weren't necessarily Communists, but they wanted to move away from a more free market system towards a planned society that offered more security to especially middle + upper class people (While they often pretend doing this for poorer classes and workers mind, you). Middle class people secure jobs, by being employed in the bureaucracy or technical services -/- upper class people like to secure their business by having government keep smaller, more flexible competitors off their necks. That's achieved via regulations (creating red tape) and other barriers to entry.


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