Archive for the 'Japan' Category

17 February, 2009

Posted by Socrates in "Civil War", history, History for newbies, Japan, jewed culture, jewed finance, jewed foreign policy, jewed politics, Jewish warmongering, Lincoln, New Deal, revisionism, Roosevelt, Socrates, war, war as a racket, World War II at 12:51 am | Permanent Link

A man who waged war on his own people when he didn’t have to (Lincoln) and a man who dragged America into World War II (F. D. Roosevelt) were our best presidents? If so, then it’s hard to imagine our worst presidents. Of course, Lincoln and FDR had lots of special help with their war-waging. […]

1 November, 2008

Posted by Socrates in Big Lie, history, History for newbies, Japan, jewed foreign policy, Roosevelt, Socrates, tikkun olam, World War II at 9:01 pm | Permanent Link

Tell the truth, get fired, just like in the USA. Little known to Joe Sixpack is that F.D. Roosevelt gave the green light to the Flying Tigers air squadrons in late 1940. Their mission was to train in Burma to fight the Japanese, with bonuses paid to the American pilots for each Japanese plane destroyed. […]

23 August, 2008

Posted by Socrates in bankers, Japan, jewed culture, Russia, Russo-Japanese War, Socrates, war at 8:01 pm | Permanent Link

Interesting article, but how was Pétain a coward? Contrast General Nogi to modern military leaders, who feel little or no guilt over sending thousands of soldiers on a one-way trip into combat for the benefit of the Jews. Note that Jewish bankers – such as Jacob Schiff – funded the Japanese in the Russo-Japanese War […]

11 November, 2007

Posted by Socrates in globalization, Japan, jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, Socrates, war, World War II at 4:25 pm | Permanent Link

It’s a day to say “thanks” to America’s brave war veterans. It’s also a day to remember that most of those veterans shouldn’t have been veterans in the first place. America didn’t have to send troops to Vietnam or Korea. America didn’t have to fight in Europe in World War I. It wasn’t our war. […]

1 July, 2007

Posted by Socrates in Flying Tigers, Japan, Socrates, World War II at 2:25 pm | Permanent Link

The truth of the matter is that America should never have picked a fight with Japan in the first place. F.D. Roosevelt’s Jewish cabal began a cold war with Japan long before Pearl Harbor was attacked – in fact, America planned to attack Japanese troops many months before Pearl. FDR and Company knew that going […]