Pearl Harbor in the Persian Gulf?

by Will

Will Grigg?s Liberty Minute

January 13, 2012

In his diary for November 25, 1941, FDR?s Secretary of War Henry Stimson described a meeting that day of the administration?s ?War Cabinet? at the White House. The question discussed at that meeting was ?how we should maneuver [the Japanese] into the position of firing the first shot without allowing too much danger to ourselves.?

By now it is indisputable that rather than seeking to avoid war with Japan, FDR deliberately facilitated the Pearl Harbor attack as a back door to war with the Axis. The Obama administration is following the same approach to Iran.  On December 31, Obama signed into law a package of economic sanctions against Iran. The death this week of an Iranian scientist in a car bombing is the latest in a series of mysterious assassinations carried out by either U.S. or Israeli intelligence.

Writing in The Jerusalem Post, former Israeli intelligence official Avi Perry predicts that this campaign of provocation will pay off when Iran attacks a U.S. aircraft carrier: ?The Iranian attack on an American military vessel will serve as a justification and a pretext for a retaliatory move by the US?.?

This ?`Pearl Harbor? scenario,? Perry concludes, would give Washington ?the perfect rationalization? for an entirely avoidable war ? and not for the first time.

Let us take back the liberty wherewith Christ has made us free.

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