Brian Romanoff Nor Cal Truth Dec 7, 2011
Today is the 70th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks of Dec 7, 1941.
During a visit to a local antique store, I came across a relic of an issue of Time magazine for $6.00.
Dated September 10th, 1945, I quickly looked inside to see what I would find. What a score! I felt like I was reading the 9/11 Commission Report, or at least a summary of it.
I could not help but think of all the similarities between Pearl Harbor and 9/11.
Everyone knows that in 2000 the Project for a New American Century, a neo-conservative think-tank, called for a “new Pearl Harbor” in order to facilitate and hasten their plan for military hegemony. And we know that came on September 11th, 2001.
And everyone knows that the 9/11 cover-up was sealed with the 9/11 Commission Report.
So it was reminiscent to read about a “ludicrous story of doodling,” “omissions,” information gaps and the “failure” of one to give information to another in the lead-up to the Pearl Harbor attacks – Oh, and missed warnings.
Much of what you read in this 3 page article has been disputed by historians who believe that there were scapegoats in the Army and Navy, a few of which are pointed out in the article.
And as with 9/11, the story is still not 100% clear.
Download the PDF: Time Magazine Sep 10th, 1945 - Pearl Harbor Pages