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Monday, July 11, 2005

9/11, Pearl Harbor, and Operation Northwoods


Did the Bush administration play any role in causing 9/11? There have been many cases presented in the blogosphere and independent media for the Bush administation's role in 9/11. There have been fantastic timlelines set forth. And rigorous exhibitions of coincidence.

But is it possible? Would our government actually take part in (or put up with) acts of violence against it's own people? That just sounds too crazy, right? Sounds like the kind of stuff crazy conspiracy theorists imagine, right?

WRONG!

Actually, its completely possible. In fact, its been done before.


On December 7, 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Prior to the attack, the American population was not in favor of American military participation in WWII. After the "sneak" attack, however, the American public was united and resolute to go to war against Japan. It wasn't until years later that it was discovered that President Roosevelt was not only aware, in advance, of the "sneak" attack, but that Roosevelt was willing to 'absorb' the attack for the purpose of manufacturing consent. So not only did the United States goad Japan into the war (with the oil embargo), but the United States goaded Japan into the sneak attack at Pearl Harbor, possessing the knowledge of 'where' and 'when' the actual attack would take place.

And now, we come to Operation Northwoods......



Operation Northwoods was a government plan devised and approved by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and likely to be carried out with the help of the CIA, in order to manufacture consent for a war against Cuba in the early 1960's. The documents exhibit a considerable willingness on the part of our government to severely endanger and/or kill its own civilians. In particular, the Joint Chiefs recommended the following actions:

  • Using the potential death of astronaut John Glenn during the first attempt to put an American into orbit as a false pretext for war with Cuba.
  • Start false rumors about Cuba by using clandestine radios.
  • Stage mock attacks, sabotages and riots and blame it on Cuban forces
  • Sink an American ship at the Guantanamo Bay American military base - reminiscent of the USS Maine incident at Havana in 1898, which started the Spanish-American War - or destroy American aircraft and blame it on Cuban forces.
  • "Harassment of civil air, attacks on surface shipping and destruction of US military drone aircraft by MIG type [sic] planes would be useful as complementary actions."
  • Destroy a fake commercial aircraft supposedly full of "college students off on a holiday"
  • Stage a "terror campaign", including the "real or simulated" sinking of Cuban refugees:
    "We could develop a Communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area, in other Florida cities and even in Washington. The terror campaign could be pointed at Cuban refugees seeking haven in the United States. We could sink a boatload of Cubans enroute [sic] to Florida (real or simulated). We could foster attempts on lives of Cuban refugees in the United States even to the extent of wounding in instances to be widely publicized."


    So you see, there are certainly examples of our government's willingness to expend human civilian life for the sake of a war effort. Who can say that 9/11 wasn't in that vein? It certainly must be considered. But who is considering it?

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    Whoa...

    Good boook that "Day of Deceit"... read it a few months ago. I was amazed at how similar Bush and FDR's situations were. The difference was that if FDR didn't act to get us into the war, we'd bee facing attacks from Europe AND Asia. If Bush had waited and done things differently, we'd have later on invaded Iraq anyway but with public support, more allies and a REAL mandate. Sad isn't it what he will do for power?

    Check into MOSSAD.......(Hint:London)

    FDR did not know about Pearl Harbour. I've read the book, I'm not convinced by its findings. Churchill knew about Pearl Harbour well in advance, and failed to pass on this intelligence, to goad you into a war, but FDR did not.

    Any intelligence America had was sketchy and the British Intelligence actively tried to diseminate false information to your intelligence agencies in order to lead you off the track.

    This is the information the book fails to cover, information I've read in other books detailing Churchill's involvement in Pearl Harbour. If you read more widely you'll discover it for yourself and you'll see how, at least regarding PH, you're wrong.

    Jesus,

    You assume that this is the only source for the FDR allegations. In fact, there are other sources. (By the way, I only used the image of the book cover because it fit the article, not neccessarily because I believe that Stinnett's book is, per se, conclusive evidence.

    Even FDR's wife makes mention of the fact in her memoirs that FDR was relieved after Pearl Harbor. Of course, this alone is not conclusive evidence, however, there are are other sources as well.

    I disagree with you.

    FDR was too decent a man to do something like that. Bush is too frigging stupid to pull something like that off.

    Steve,

    How much do you really know about FDR? I'm just curious.

    And you are right, Bush is very stupid, but don't underestimate the power some stupid people possess. And dont forget who is handling and managing Bush. Those people are NOT stupid.

    Well if Bush is so stupid, thank God Kerry didn't win then ha? LOL

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    Whoa...

    Good boook that "Day of Deceit"... read it a few months ago. I was amazed at how similar Bush and FDR's situations were. The difference was that if FDR didn't act to get us into the war, we'd bee facing attacks from Europe AND Asia. If Bush had waited and done things differently, we'd have later on invaded Iraq anyway but with public support, more allies and a REAL mandate. Sad isn't it what he will do for power?

    Check into MOSSAD.......(Hint:London)

    FDR did not know about Pearl Harbour. I've read the book, I'm not convinced by its findings. Churchill knew about Pearl Harbour well in advance, and failed to pass on this intelligence, to goad you into a war, but FDR did not.

    Any intelligence America had was sketchy and the British Intelligence actively tried to diseminate false information to your intelligence agencies in order to lead you off the track.

    This is the information the book fails to cover, information I've read in other books detailing Churchill's involvement in Pearl Harbour. If you read more widely you'll discover it for yourself and you'll see how, at least regarding PH, you're wrong.

    Jesus,

    You assume that this is the only source for the FDR allegations. In fact, there are other sources. (By the way, I only used the image of the book cover because it fit the article, not neccessarily because I believe that Stinnett's book is, per se, conclusive evidence.

    Even FDR's wife makes mention of the fact in her memoirs that FDR was relieved after Pearl Harbor. Of course, this alone is not conclusive evidence, however, there are are other sources as well.

    I disagree with you.

    FDR was too decent a man to do something like that. Bush is too frigging stupid to pull something like that off.

    Steve,

    How much do you really know about FDR? I'm just curious.

    And you are right, Bush is very stupid, but don't underestimate the power some stupid people possess. And dont forget who is handling and managing Bush. Those people are NOT stupid.

    Well if Bush is so stupid, thank God Kerry didn't win then ha? LOL

    New blog launched to expose the disreputable and dishonest American Bulldog breeders and kennels.

    If you have a "horror story" when dealing with an American Bull Dog breeder or kennel PLEASE share it with us at http://americanbulldogblog.blogspot.com/

    By doing so you will be providing valuable information to potential puppy buyers and help them avoid similar situation.

    New blog launched to expose the disreputable and dishonest American Bulldog breeders and kennels.

    If you have a "horror story" when dealing with an American Bull Dog breeder or kennel PLEASE share it with us at http://americanbulldogblog.blogspot.com/

    By doing so you will be providing valuable information to potential puppy buyers and help them avoid similar situation.

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