Pearl Harbor, Who Fired the First Shot - Hint, It Wasn't Japan!

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Pearl Harbor, Who Fired the First Shot - Hint, It Wasn't Japan!

Post by sWamp-Ass on Fri Dec 07, 2012 8:07 pm

Here's the proof!

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On December 6, 1941, FDR sent an ultimatum of war to the Emperor of Japan on DECEMBER 6, 1941 (SEE THE PENTAGON PAPERS) In response, Pearl Harbor was a preemptive strike. (READ THE PENTAGON PAPERS!) Japan knew the US was going to attack THEM! (China government was subdued by Standard Oil monetary power in the 1890s. Japan knew that Rockefeller (Std Oil) wanted to attack (the Chinese and Japananese have always been quasi-enemies).

Japan knew it was coming… and knew that if FDR was going to launch against them, (we) would have to do it from Pearl.

Constant oil embargos led up to Pearl Harbor. The CONTROVERSY was SE Asia – Vietnam – RUBBER plantations owned by Rockefeller’s friends in France … the Michelins. (PENTAGON PAPERS). Japan had been toying with excursions into Indonesia and SE Asia for RUBBER.

Std Oil wanted the rubber for tires – the automotive industry AND the basis of the American war machine. Likewise, Std Oil had contracts with IG Farben for Synthetic-Rubber – for the war machine.

Until the end of WW II, China was allied with the USA because of the monied influence of Rockefeller Oil IN CHINA going back to the 1890s). After WWII, Mao came to power to oust Rockefeller. After getting the power, China then decided to get even with the influence Rockefeller wielded in the old regime. In fact, Rockefeller interests in China were either seized or withdrawn by Rockefeller. Rockefeller banking interests were BANNED in China from the Rise of Mao until 1973.

Mao decided he’d undermine the VN to seize the rubber plantations in VN – because the Anglo-Saxon conspiracy against the ‘yellow people’ in SE Asia.

America claimed the VN war to “stop the spread of communism”… We finally admit to getting our asses kicked… and Nixon withdraws troops from VN… Rockefeller sent Nixon to China in 1973 — to renegotiate. (Read Rockefeller’s book, MEMOIRS.)


On an ocean bottom littered with military debris, researchers from the University of Hawai'i yesterday discovered what is believed to be the first casualty of the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor.

The finding of the Japanese two-man submarine is significant because it confirms accounts by the crew on the destroyer USS Ward that the first shots fired on that day of infamy were from American guns, not the Japanese.

A little more than an hour before Japanese bombers attacked Pearl Harbor, the Ward fired on a submarine while patrolling just outside the harbor. Crewmembers believed they had sunk a Japanese "midget" submarine, but until yesterday, their story had gone unconfirmed.

After years of searching the murky waters of Pearl Harbor — including a two-week search by Titanic discoverer Robert Ballard — researchers from the university's Hawai'i Undersea Research Laboratory (HURL) aboard the research vessel Ka'imikai-o-Kanaloa said they found the 78-foot, two-man submarine three to four miles off Pearl Harbor in about 1,200 feet of water.

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