posted on Jul, 7 2004 @ 07:32 AM
Check out this link ref: the McCullum Memorandum, which pretty much damns Franklin Roosevelt
There are many other links like it regarding the McCullum Memorandum on the Internet, a plan to get the US into the war by provoking the Japanese into
attacking us, and moreover which was apparently approved by Franklin Roosevelt more than a year BEFORE Pearl Harbor.
It is curious that Kimmel and Short were deliberately left out of the loop on intercepting any Japanese traffic (we had in fact already broken the
Purple Code long before and were reading their top secrete coded transcripted traffic like it was newspaper), so we knew when the attack would take
Also since the Japanese were 6 months away from depleting their oil supply, they would have had to attack Singapore (British owned back then) and that
would have brought Great Britain into World War II in the Pacific, and it would have only been a matter of time before their cousins in America joined
Only recently have people begun to question why Kimmel and Short were left out of the loop and why the Navy had so many ships in one single vulnerable
place when it was well known in the Navy that the Japanese Fleet was out to Sea...
I suspect something very similar was going on at the highest levels of the US Govt pertaining to 9-11 when the US Military was apparently told to
"stand down" when they could have easily shot down both those airliners in plenty of time, despite all the rhetoric to the contrary on those silly
"hearings" which avoided the hard questions, like what were those 5 Laughing Mossad Agents doing on the building next door to the WTC that morning
taking pictures, before being secretly sent back to Israel, and why aren't these "foreign" gentle-persons still under arrest and placed in
Pearl Harbor stinks. 9-11 Stinks. I suppose we have to consider what groups had the most to gain, and you'd have your answer (Bremer's Executive
Edict #39 should be your first "clue"...)