The Legacy of Pearl Harbor
December 7, 2016
The Japanese surprise attack at Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, killed 2,403 Americans and left 1,178 wounded. The attack was not a surprise to some people in the president's circle that day.
The U.S. Congress voted to go to war the next day.
My mother's oldest brother, Arthur F. Johnson (second from left, seated) was senior officer aboard the USS Mugford, a destroyer he commanded to go to sea when the attacks began.
The senior officers of the USS Mugford. My Uncle Art is third from the right, standing behind Lt. Cdr. Arleigh A. Burke's left shoulder.
Seventy-five years ago, the United States entered World War II after the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor. As President Franklin D. Roosevelt said the following day, "Yesterday, December 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy, the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan."
Within an hour of Roosevelt's seven-minute speech, Congress passed a declaration of war against Japan bringing the U.S. into World War II. Although the warfighting ended four years later, the war is technically not over because there is still no peace treaty between the U.S. and Germany, seventy-one years later.
Some might say, what difference does that make? Well, if your ancestral land and property was occupied by the Soviet Union, like that of the people of Königsberg and other Baltic Germans, you might appreciate the need for a formal peace treaty ending the war. It was agreed during the Potsdam Conference of July 1945 that the Soviet Union could occupy Königsberg and the surrounding area until a peace treaty was signed with Germany. That peace treaty has yet to be signed. Until that happens, Germany will remain a less-than-sovereign nation without a constitution in which the laws imposed by the occupying power remain in effect.
The entire German population of Königsberg and East Prussia was expelled or murdered by the Red Army. The territory of East Prussia is Russian-occupied to this day. The status of East Prussia is yet to be settled with a peace treaty ending the war.
At Potsdam, Britain and the United States also agreed to the forced expulsion by the Soviet Union of more than fifteen million Germans from their ancestral homelands in East Prussia, Pomerania, Silesia, East Brandenburg, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Yugoslavia. During the brutal ethnic cleansing of these lands more than two million ethnic Germans were murdered by the Red Army.
The point is that Pearl Harbor started a war that is still not over, seventy-five years later.
Sixty years after Pearl Harbor, the sudden and deliberate attacks of 9/11 brought the United States into a new war, the fraudulent War on Terror, which is still not over fifteen years later. In the same way that Pearl Harbor changed the world and affected the lives of an entire generation of Americans, the attacks of 9/11 have profoundly changed our world.
The false-flag terror attacks of 9/11 were meant to compel U.S. politicians and public opinion to support the global War on Terror.
With the election of Donald Trump to the presidency of the United States we can expect some changes in how the U.S. manages the War on Terror. Trump may decrease the warfighting effort in places where the U.S. is waging war under the rubric of the War on Terror, or he may increase the effort. It is, however, unlikely that Trump will completely end the War on Terror, although that is a possibility.
The reason why it seems unlikely that President Trump will stop the war completely is because the War on Terror is a Zionist war agenda in disguise that is meant to go on and on. The people behind this fraudulent war have been greatly enriched and empowered by fear and warfighting, and they employ terrorism and deception to keep it going. Using false-flag terrorism, like the terror attacks of 9/11, the masterminds behind the deception force political leaders to respond in ways that benefit the real culprits. Since 9/11, for example, "Homeland Security" has cost taxpayers in the United States more than $715 billion, more than $6.74 million every hour. Think about that next time you stand in a long line at the airport waiting to pass through security.
The War on Terror is a disguised Zionist (i.e. Israeli) war agenda prepared in the late 1970s by the Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin, Benzion Netanyahu and his son Benjamin, and the heads of Israeli military intelligence. The War on Terror construct was rolled out in "a propaganda offensive" at the Netanyahu Institute in Jerusalem in July 1979.
Israeli military intelligence was also directly involved in creating "the enemy" for the War on Terror. Under the leadership of Ehud Barak, Israeli military intelligence agents trained the virulently anti-Western Islamist militia of Gulbuddin Hekmatyar in the arts of terrorism in Pakistan in the early 1980s. This is the same group that the Afghan-Arab leader Osama bin Laden was associated with in Pakistan, before the creation of Al Qaida. Bin Laden's first trainer, Ali Mohamed, was a Hebrew-speaking Egyptian. Ehud Barak was the first person to blame Osama bin Laden for the 9/11 attacks, which he did from the London TV studio of BBC World before the first tower had even fallen.
Ehud Barak, the head of Israeli military intelligence, was responsible for training Osama bin Laden in the 1980s. On 9/11, Barak was the first to blame bin Laden for the attacks, telling the world that it was time "to launch an operational, concrete, war against terror" - before either tower had fallen.
The War on Terror ideology was actively promoted by Zionist media outlets and political think tanks following the Jerusalem conference in 1979. One of the Zionist think tanks promoting the global war agenda was the "Project for the New American Century" (PNAC), headed by Donald Kagan and his sons, Robert and Fred, along with William Kristol. In 2000, these men produced a paper that called for the U.S. to invade and occupy Iraq, among other things. The transformation process for the U.S. military envisioned by the Zionist Neo-Cons at PNAC was likely to be a long one, "absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor."
Project for the New American Century (PNAC) was the driving force behind the war in Iraq. One year before 9/11 they called for a "new Pearl Harbor" to hasten the transformation of the U.S. military into the aggressive force they envisioned in the Middle East - waging war on behalf of the State of Israel.
One year later, 9/11 was the event that kick-started the War on Terror. Having prepared the stage for twenty-two years, the War on Terror project was like a giant bonfire pyramid that had been built and was ready for the match to light it. 9/11 was that match.
9/11 was designed to be the spark that started the War on Terror.
This is the main reason 9/11 was not investigated as a crime. A proper criminal investigation would have exposed the deception behind the false-flag terrorism and the War on Terror. The War on Terror requires that the controlled media and political class maintain the deception of 9/11 and other acts of false-flag terrorism. This is why it is highly unlikely that any politician will simply end the fraudulent War on Terror. That would be revolutionary. Most politicians are too much under the influence of those who benefit from the on-going wars to slam the door shut on the biggest fraud in the world.
A popular movement is what is needed to end the War on Terror and that will only happen when enough people stand up and say that they refuse to accept the lies about 9/11. As long as the political class and the public accept the lies about 9/11 and the false narrative of the War on Terror, the culprits behind the terrorism are strengthened. The only way to weaken the power of the terrorist masterminds over our society and nations is to expose the deception and the people behind it. This is the essence of my Solving 9-11 books and the purpose of my work.
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