December 7, 2018
Michael New Action Fund
Up until 1941 Americans were solidly opposed to a war with Germany. They still remembered the senseless slaughter of World War I, and had no desire to return to Europe and repeat the performance. And until September 1, 1939, Franklin D. Roosevelt was opposed to war against Germany as well.
Why? Because his friend and political soul mate, Joe Stalin, had a treaty with Germany. The Soviet Union did not want a war, not yet. Both countries had invaded Poland, and the Soviets were busy murdering Polish military officers, educated Poles, and all the Polish patriots they could find.
On September 1 of 1939, Germany invaded the Soviet half of Poland, and before the day had ended, FDR wanted a war with Germany. His State Department, riddled with communists, wanted war. The Deep State was indeed deep, and it was decidedly Red, pro-communist.
But Americans still wanted nothing to with another war. Roosevelt knew that something cataclysmic had to happen to change their minds. To make a long story short, he agitated the Japanese with embargos and played an elaborate ruse to draw them into making an attack on Pearl Harbor.
American Naval Intelligence was well aware that, from the Japanese point of view, America was encircling them and they believed a war was inevitable. In fact, from 1925 on, every graduate of the Japanese naval academy had to write a term paper on how to best attack Pearl Harbor, as the first essential move in checking what they considered American Imperialism. As former Secretary of the Navy himself, there is no way that FDR could have not known that fact. (Coincidentally, the Japanese learned the value of surprise naval attack from Teddy Roosevelt, who urged them to use it against the Russians in 1904 at the Battle of Port Arthur.) 1
The goal of the Japanese was not war with the USA, but to neutralize us and to then conclude a quick treaty. They underestimated their opponent, and the American reaction. Suddenly, virtually all Americans wanted the war. As Admiral William “Bull” Halsey remarked following the attack on Pearl Harbor, “By the end of this war, the Japanese language will be spoken only in Hell.”2 FDR got exactly what he was looking for. 3
Even as he waited for the opportunity to get America into the war to help his Soviet friends, Roosevelt was sending “Lend Lease” supplies to Russia in the form of tanks, airplanes, artillery, Jeeps, and massive amounts of ammunition and supplies. This, even more than the notorious winters of Russia is what stopped the German offensive.
The Deep State was committed to aiding and abetting the communists long before FDR was elected, but that’s a story for another day.
December 7, 1941 — “A day that shall live in infamy.” Indeed.
SPC4 Michael New — “I took an Oath to the Constitution, stood firm on that oath, refused to serve under a foreign flag and a foreign commander. And now I’m the only American every court-martialed for the “crime” of wanting to serve my own country, for which I received a Bad Conduct Discharge.”
In the meantime, every American in a military uniform today is still at the beck and call of the United Nations!The war for national sovereignty is far from over.
PS. If you haven't read the book MICHAEL NEW — Mercenary... or American Soldier, then you need to! As does every active-duty member of the military, plus all veterans, plus any young people who are old enough to think about enlisting. (Retail is only $4.95, and we'll pay the postage Order a hard copy here, and if you're really serious, inquire about a discount by the case of 50 books for a buck apiece!) Also, inquire for where to download it free to your computer — you can give them to every student you know, for free!)
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