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'A Date Which Will Live in Infamy'

 
midijeep
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'A Date Which Will Live in Infamy'
December 7, 1941

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Early in the afternoon of December 7, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his chief foreign policy aide, Harry Hopkins, were interrupted by a telephone call from Secretary of War Henry Stimson and told that the Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor. At about 5:00 p.m., following meetings with his military advisers, the President calmly and decisively dictated to his secretary, Grace Tully, a request to Congress for a declaration of war. He had composed the speech in his head after deciding on a brief, uncomplicated appeal to the people of the United States rather than a thorough recitation of Japanese perfidies, as Secretary of State Cordell Hull had urged.


Can see the original Annotated Typewritten Copy of What is Commonly Referred to as FDR's"Day of Infamy" Speech at the link below.


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And we all should know that the entire thing was planned to get America into the War! They could have stopped it, but they needed America entered into this fight!

Wars make me sick! It's not for the common people, it's all about the money & population control!

Get it thru your head, they do not have our best interest at heart!
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What is the D word that goes along with D-day?

Deter, Desensitize, Delude, Deline?
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Salute to the men and women who foughtscrewun2oldglory1, died , survived.
Your gonna need them.

Told you so.
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4 - Initiated? They get hypnotized and hold up four.
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And we all should know that the entire thing was planned to get America into the War! They could have stopped it, but they needed America entered into this fight!

Wars make me sick! It's not for the common people, it's all about the money & population control!

Get it thru your head, they do not have our best interest at heart!
 Quoting: Justthefacts12345


America was already in the war at that point. Pearl harbor was allowed to occur as a show for the American public, in effort to get the people behind their Globalist/B-lshev-k controlled government.

Japan was defending itself.

The ((bad guys)) won WW2. The modern world sucks because of them.
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And we all should know that the entire thing was planned to get America into the War! They could have stopped it, but they needed America entered into this fight!

Wars make me sick! It's not for the common people, it's all about the money & population control!

Get it thru your head, they do not have our best interest at heart!
 Quoting: Justthefacts12345


Yep, it was done deliberately to get US into the war. They (FDR) needed the support of the American people. What better way than to instigate/allow the Pearl Harbor attack and the many, many hundreds of Naval deaths? But FDR did not want to lose our aircraft carriers, so they were ordered out to sea (Lexington and Saratoga) just couple of days prior to Dec 7. My beloved father was on the Lexington up until it's sinking in May of 1942 in the Coral Sea. Read Day of Deceit by Robert Stinnett, which gives all history. The deceit continues up to this very day, 80 years later.
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December 7, 1941

Background

Early in the afternoon of December 7, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his chief foreign policy aide, Harry Hopkins, were interrupted by a telephone call from Secretary of War Henry Stimson and told that the Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor. At about 5:00 p.m., following meetings with his military advisers, the President calmly and decisively dictated to his secretary, Grace Tully, a request to Congress for a declaration of war. He had composed the speech in his head after deciding on a brief, uncomplicated appeal to the people of the United States rather than a thorough recitation of Japanese perfidies, as Secretary of State Cordell Hull had urged.


Can see the original Annotated Typewritten Copy of What is Commonly Referred to as FDR's"Day of Infamy" Speech at the link below.


See more at:
[link to www.archives.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: midijeep


The Japanese were fighting White Supremacy and Anglo-American Imperialism. The attack on Pearl Harbor was just a limited air strike with no boots on the ground and cannot be considered an act of war. The US response to The Japanese proves that the US is inherently White Supremacist and racist, Therefore, the soldiers who died at pearl harbor were racists who got what they deserved.
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And we all should know that the entire thing was planned to get America into the War! They could have stopped it, but they needed America entered into this fight!

Wars make me sick! It's not for the common people, it's all about the money & population control!

Get it thru your head, they do not have our best interest at heart!

 Quoting: Justthefacts12345

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Amos 5:13 - Therefore at such a time the prudent person keeps silent, for it is an evil time.
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It was a planned event, Japan had absolutely no good reason to sink a few outdated ships, it made sense for them to seek diplomacy with America and keep their conquests in Asia and possibly Australia.

And We all know Australia would be better under Japanese rule today
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Pearl Harbor day today. Most people have no idea what this is.
When you are afraid of losing your life, you have already lost your life.

Don't be afraid.
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December 7, 1941

Background

Early in the afternoon of December 7, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his chief foreign policy aide, Harry Hopkins, were interrupted by a telephone call from Secretary of War Henry Stimson and told that the Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor. At about 5:00 p.m., following meetings with his military advisers, the President calmly and decisively dictated to his secretary, Grace Tully, a request to Congress for a declaration of war. He had composed the speech in his head after deciding on a brief, uncomplicated appeal to the people of the United States rather than a thorough recitation of Japanese perfidies, as Secretary of State Cordell Hull had urged.


Can see the original Annotated Typewritten Copy of What is Commonly Referred to as FDR's"Day of Infamy" Speech at the link below.


See more at:
[link to www.archives.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: midijeep


The Japanese were fighting White Supremacy and Anglo-American Imperialism. The attack on Pearl Harbor was just a limited air strike with no boots on the ground and cannot be considered an act of war. The US response to The Japanese proves that the US is inherently White Supremacist and racist, Therefore, the soldiers who died at pearl harbor were racists who got what they deserved.
 Quoting: UMadBrah?


Actually the Japanese were fighting Communism in Indo-China but your story is funny none the less.
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you spelled witch wrong
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Pearl Harbor day today. Most people have no idea what this is.
 Quoting: Crypto-Tard


The day our communist, turd President set up to enter the war and destroy the countries fighting the very enemy who is destroying you rubes today.
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December 7, 1941

Background

Early in the afternoon of December 7, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and his chief foreign policy aide, Harry Hopkins, were interrupted by a telephone call from Secretary of War Henry Stimson and told that the Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor. At about 5:00 p.m., following meetings with his military advisers, the President calmly and decisively dictated to his secretary, Grace Tully, a request to Congress for a declaration of war. He had composed the speech in his head after deciding on a brief, uncomplicated appeal to the people of the United States rather than a thorough recitation of Japanese perfidies, as Secretary of State Cordell Hull had urged.


Can see the original Annotated Typewritten Copy of What is Commonly Referred to as FDR's"Day of Infamy" Speech at the link below.


See more at:
[link to www.archives.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: midijeep


The Japanese were fighting White Supremacy and Anglo-American Imperialism. The attack on Pearl Harbor was just a limited air strike with no boots on the ground and cannot be considered an act of war. The US response to The Japanese proves that the US is inherently White Supremacist and racist, Therefore, the soldiers who died at pearl harbor were racists who got what they deserved.
 Quoting: UMadBrah?


Actually the Japanese were fighting Communism in Indo-China but your story is funny none the less.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81451541


I was trying to channel my inner wokeness and sound as retarded as possible because out there somewhere is a woke fucktard who actually believes what i wrote.
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Pearl Harbor day today. Most people have no idea what this is.
 Quoting: Crypto-Tard


The day our communist, turd President set up to enter the war and destroy the countries fighting the very enemy who is destroying you rubes today.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 81451541


hesright

(so was Hitler)





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