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A Day of Infamy, Indeed

December 8, 2011

Pat Buchanan Explains:

As a government school child, Old Uncle Milton learned all the *history* about what a great president that FDR was.  He was the *leader* that rescued America from the Great Depression, and gave that wonderful *Day of Infamy* speech asking Congress to pass a Declaration of War against Japan.

And then Old Uncle Milton started to *study* history.  All the B.S. from government school suddenly appeared as the fairy tale that it was.  Only more poorly written.

And then here comes Pat Buchanan.

Did FDR Provoke Pearl Harbor?

I encourage you, dear reader to read old Patrick with an open mind. And to study American history. FDR was a classic member of the *Ruling Class Establishment*, and thus, a true enemy of freedom lovers everywhere. If you, like me, were *educated* in the government (public) schools, and this is your first exposure to FDR as a traitorous leach, I would really like to read your comments.


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  1. December 9, 2011 7:36 am

    I did not know any of this, but I am not surprised. A few years ago I might have been, but not now. I have been opening my eyes.

    I am a little bit amazed sometimes at how long this has actually been going on, and how wide a scope and how comprehensive the deception. I believe it’s worse now, but only because we’re on the high end of the exponential curve. With all the multi-media sensory input, internet, the popular culture, the schools, a few generations of propaganda…. it’s just gotten easier to foist it off on the masses now days.

    Up until this latest government maneuver, the internet has been pretty effective at getting some truth out there, but they’re trying to stop up that pipe now, too. Yeesh…

    Anyway, I’m probably going to read this book.

    I love your blog. Thanks for it. 🙂

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