Are Our Heroes Really Enemies

Let’s Start With FDR

According to researchers not afraid to ruffle a few feathers:

President Roosevelt (FDR) provoked the Pearl Harbor attack, knew about it in advance and covered up his failure to warn the Hawaiian commanders. FDR needed the attack to sucker Hitler to declare war, since the public and Congress were overwhelmingly against entering the war in Europe.

He basically felt it was OK to kill thousands of Americans to further advance the New World Order well underway even back in the 1940’s.

It was also his backdoor entry to war.

FDR blinded the commanders at Pearl Harbor and set them up by – denying intelligence to Hawaii (HI) on Nov 27, misleading the commanders into thinking negotiations with Japan were continuing to prevent them from realizing the war was on having false information sent to HI about the location of the Japanese carrier fleet.

Background
Born in the town of Hyde Park in the old Dutch colonial enclave of Hudson Valley, New York State, US as the only child to James Roosevelt and Sara Ann Delano of ancient Dutch and French ancestry respectively.
James Roosevelt was a wealthy and powerful member of New York aristocracy whose business interests were primarily in coal and transportation. He was vice president of the Delaware and Hudson Railway and president of the Southern Railway Security Company.
The Roosevelt clan migrated from the Netherlands to New Amsterdam (later New York City) towards the end of the 17th Century, gradually growing in political, financial and social influence with the city.
Both Franklin D. Roosevelt and President Theodore (“Teddy”) Roosevelt shared the same common ancestry back to Nicholas Roosevelt (1658-1742), one of the children of Claes Martenzsen Van Rosenvelt, the imigrant ancestor of the Roosevelt family.
Franklin attended Groton School in Massachusetts and then Harvard. While at Harvard, his fifth cousin Theodore Roosevelt became president and he became the role model and hero of Franklin.
At Harvard he met his fifth cousin Anna Eleanor Roosevelt and the two married in March 1905. President Theodore Roosevelt stood in at the wedding for Eleanor’s deceased father Elliott.
The couple had six (6) children Anna Eleanor (1906–1975), James (1907–1991), Franklin Delano, Jr. (March 3, 1909–November 7, 1909), Elliott (1910–1990), a second Franklin Delano, Jr. (1914–1988), and John Aspinwall (1916–1981).
In 1905, he entered Columbia Law School, but dropped out (never to graduate) two years later in 1907. Given he had already passed the New York State Bar exam, Franklin took a job with the prestigious Wall Street law form of Carter Ledyard & Milburn in 1908.
In 1911, Roosevelt was elected to the New York State Senate. Reelected for a second term November 5, 1912, he resigned from the New York State Senate on March 17, 1913 taking up a position as Assistant Secretary of the Navy to Josephus Daniels in the Woodrow Wilson administration.
As Assistant Secretary, Roosevelt expanded the Navy, including founding the United States Naval reserve. He was active in a number of Imperialist military actions by the United States including using the Navy and Marines to intervene in several Central American and Caribbean countries. In 1915, Roosevelt had a significant part in the constitution imposed on the people of Haiti by the United States in 1915.
An enthusiast of the partnership of selected Industry and Finance houses in the funding and building of new US weapons, Roosevelt was instrumental in establihsing the US Submarine Fleet. In 1918, he visited England and France and met Winston Churchill for the first time. At the end of the war, Roosevelt was charged with demobilizing Naval assets, a role he opposed and succeeded in watering down.
In 1920, he resigned as Assistant Secretary to the Navy to run as Vice Presidental candidate with Governor James M. Cox of Ohio on the Democratic Presidential ticket. He was soundly defeated and returned to legal practice. In 1928 he was elected Governor of New York forming an unholy alliance with the Catholic Irish powerbase of the Tammany Society.
In 1932, Roosevelt secured the Democratic Presidential nomination and this time formed a powerful team around himself including Joseph P. Kennedy, William Randolph Hearst, the former first Chairman of the Federal Reserve William Gibbs McAdoo and Jesuit Fr. Ed Walsh. At the election that year, Roosevelt won in a landslide.

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Outgoing President Hoover requested that Roosevelt join forces to stop the spiraling financial banking crisis crippling American business. Many of the key advisers of Roosevelt were the same bankers, lawyers and businessmen, who had helped start the financial crisis in the first place.
Roosevelt refused and America virtually ground to a halt in the final months of the Hoover presidency as a result, causing greater hardship to millions. A month before his inauguration in February 1933, Roosevelt narrowly escaped an assassination attempt.
His inauguration in 1933 coincided with the bleakest financial and living conditions in America since the Jamestown. Immediately, Roosevelt unleashed a record number of Bills, all of which passed Congress and the Senate easily. It cannot be denied that the sheer amount of detailed new laws implemented by Roosevelt in the first 100 days point to a well coordinated and funded plan that must have been in operation for at least fourteen to eighteen months prior to his election.
The amount of change is astounding and unprecedented in American 20th century history. In his first 100 days, Roosevelt and his team:
+ Instituted the Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC) which eventually hired 250,000 unemployed on low wages for government infrastructure work and assisting in the building of infrastructure for large private enterprises.
+ Expanded the powers of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation enabling large corporations such as railroad, arms manufacturers, oil and mining companies to get cheap government loans. This helped accelerate the arms manufacturing industry and help offset major American multi-national investment in the building of the arms industry of Nazi Germany.
+ Setup the Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) to subsidize the largest food manufacturing companies with major land holdings by subsidizing their profits and increasing the prices for essential food and staples as they were paid to abandon productive land and reduce livestock. This had the effect of driving many small and medium farmers out of the business, who could no longer compete with large food producers increasing the suffering of the American people.
+ Iintroduced the National Industry Recovery Act which suspended anti-trust laws effectively re-monopolizing key markets to big business, shutting down fair competition under the excuse that price stability of large monolithic corporations holding control of whole markets was better than the uncertainty of a market driven economy. The US Supreme Court found his particular law unconstitutional in 1935, but the decision was ignored by Roosevelt.
+ Introduced new banking regulations including the setup of the Securities and Exchange Commission to regulate Wall Street and make it harder for new companies to raise public capital. It started the following year with close friend and presidential fundraiser Joseph P. Kennedy in charge.
+ Amended the Volstead Act (Prohibition) with the Cullen-Harrison Act allowing the sale of alcohol once again across America, but this time with heavy federal regulation and federal taxes.
+ Unleashed unprecedented public spending on public works such as new energy plants for industry, new roads for the sale and use of motor vehicles and new rail for commercial freight.
+ Sent the United States into bankruptcy on account of the massive government subsidies to major US corporations and the unemployed. In turn, Roosevelt turned to his friend and advisor William Gibbs McAdoo and the Jesuit controlled banks holding effective majority of the US Federal Reserve to loan the United States massive loans in order to underwrite the printing of more currency.
+ Confiscated all privately held gold held by US citizens under Executive Order 6102, handing it over to the US Treasury, who then in turn handed it back to the privately owned financial cartels the US Federal Reserves. Roosevelt claimed this was necessary to ensure the security of the massive loans to the private Jesuit banking cartel. This single act represents the greatest theft of private property in US history and comparable to the scale of Communist theft of private property after 1917. Americans would not be allowed to own gold again until 1974.
In contrast to this massive amount of change inflicted upon the American people by Roosevelt upon assuming office, he steadfastly refused to support global plans that would have brought the global economic crisis to a swift end. At the London Economic Conference of 1933 attended by representatives of 66 nations, all eyes and hope were on Roosevelt. Instead of supporting pragmatic economic measures including the strengthening of the gold standard, Roosevelt did the complete opposite – effectively destroying the international currency and monetary system overnight through the Emergency Banking Act of 1933, banning gold exports. The actions of Roosevelt had the immediate effect of drying up the last remaining liquidity capital in global markets and forcing the United States to borrow large sums of money from the private bankers owning the US Federal Reserve – economic decisions that defy logical explanation to this day.
If nothing else, the decision by Roosevelt in 1933 to deliberately and consciously destroy global liquidity markets in the midst of a global liquidity crisis remains one the greatest acts of economic terrorism of the 20th Century and directly contributed to the deaths of millions through starvation, including the wars that ensued less than seven years later.
By the start of 1935, American large corporations favoured under Roosevelt were making unprecedented profits both in the US and abroad, especially in Nazi Germany under Adolf Hitler. The Motor companies Ford and General Motors alone made enormous sums in establishing manufacturing plants for building tanks and military transport vehicles – later used to kill American soldiers in World War II. Standard Oil made huge sums in providing fuel for the Third Reich as well as specialized aircraft oils vital to maintain the operation of aircraft – even during World War II when these same planes were used to destroy American fighters and bombers. One of the most successful new companies under this new era of capitalism was the company formerly called International Business Machines Corporation, who supplied the first commercial computing services to the Nazis and Heinrich Himmler in order to process names, addresses and personal details of tens of millions of people to be either rounded up for elimination, or allowed to live. Without US innovation by US companies, the Holocaust simply logistically wouldn’t have been possible.
However, Roosevelt had a major problem in having any chance of winning re-election. While big business had been making every increasing profits, the conditions of average Americans had barely improved with over 20% still unemployed. With just a few months out from the election, in a desperate move, Roosevelt launched the Social Security Act promising for the first time to provide support to the elderly, the poor and sick. At the same time, Roosevelt launched the National Labor Relations Act guaranteeing unions right to collective bargain in the workplace and strike. These two new laws had the effect of turning around his support and Roosevelt was re-elected for another term starting in 1936.
Safely re-elected, Roosevelt began transforming the United States to a fully fledged Fiat Currency based on the ability to extract taxes from its citizens. New higher National Income Tax standards were not introduced until the wartime conditions of World War II. In 1936-37, his proposed tax on corporate savings were rejected. However, Roosevelt succeeded in nationalising and increasing new payroll taxes which had the effect of dramatically driving up unemployment from around 14.3% in 1937 to 19% by 1938.
In 1939, when Hitler invaded Germany and England declared war, Roosevelt ensured that the United States remained neutral. For one thing, much of the Nazi war machine had been manufactured and financed by American multinational companies.
He died whilst still in office on April 12, 1945.

Go to this website for in depth research on FDR and Pearl Harbor:

http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/pearl/www.geocities.com/Pentagon/6315/pearl.html

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