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Pearl Harbour - The Day of Infamy
3 years ago
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One of the biggest lies that are told in our history books is the assertion that the United States of America was out of the blue, without suspecting something and for no reason on December 7, 1941 attacked by the Empire of Japan on Hawaii.

This attack on the fleet of the U.S. Navy at Pearl Harbour by Japanese bombers, which were launched from aircraft carriers, came without warning and would therefore intended a particularly dastardly act.

There are countless proofs, the U.S. government and the U.S. military knew exactly what comes up.

They have even deliberately provoked and let this happen and so declare war on Japan and Germany with the justification ‘we were attacked and must now fight back’.

Parsifal, December 8, 2013

On November 30, 1941 was published on the front page of the newspaper in Hawaii, 'The Honolulu Advertiser Sunday', the headline: 'Japanese might attack at the weekend'.

Then among them in even larger letters 'Kuruso blatantly warns - Nation ready for battle' (image top)

To illustrate, Saburo Kuruso was the special envoy of the Empire Japan in Washington, and he negotiated with the then U.S. Foreign-Minister Cordell Hull on a war-avoidance.

Thus notified the media BEFORE the attack on Pearl Harbour.


If the media knew it, a grip on Hawaii is imminent, it knew quite possibly the U.S. government and the Pentagon.

Has done something about it ?

NO, they have let it happen and sent 2.400 own sailors deliberately to death.

But there were more newspaper reports after the above warning:

01/12/1941 - Honolulu Star-Bulletin

- 'Hull, Kurusu in crucial meeting today' ...


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