Thursday, December 8, 2011

U.S. had knowledge of Pearl Harbor attack in 1941, and did nothing

By Rachel Pendergraft

Below are two separate articles about the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. The first was published by The New American. It concludes that there is substantial evidence indicating that Roosevelt and others knew and in fact did what they could to instigate an attack upon the U.S. in order to bring the U.S. into war. During this time, the majority of Americans were against a war with Germany and any alliance with Communist Russia.

The second article was published by the Telegraph. It cites a memo that shows FDR knew of credible evidence that an attack was impending. However, the author of a book, who first uncovered the memo, does not believe that FDR knew of the attack, but rather inept officials ignored intelligence reports and failed miserably to connect the dots. Both stories highlight situations that many say relate to current arguments surrounding 9/11. Were governmental leaders instrumental in the attacks or just incompetent.

Click the link below and read the full article about FDR and washington's knowledge of Pearl Harbor way in advance and did nothing. They allowed our American servicemen to be slaughtered.

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