The world-war provocateur phenomenon



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PEARL HARBOR AND 9/ 11 5

  1. Beginning in the ninth hour and ending in the tenth hour of the day in Year 23, America's foremost foreign adversary launched an unprecedented surprise aerial bombing attack inside the United States that killed approximately 2500 American citizens and provoked America's entry into the incipient world war's combat in Year 24.

  2. This attack was caused by recent U.S. naval developments, including the bombing of a USS Destroyer and the establishment of an American economic embargo of both this primary foreign adversary and a secondary fascist rival to the United States.

  3. America's culpability for its own entry into the world war revealed the U.S. administration's predisposition to declare a state of war in order to attack this secondary rival, an adversarial fascist warmonger against whom the United States was already engaged in a low-level military conflict. Accordingly, the primary target of the American retaliation was not the attacker, but rather this fascist regime that had no foreknowledge of the attack on America.

  4. Although this virulently anti-American regime had not committed a blatant act of war against America, the U.S. Administration focused its war effort against this fascist country largely because of exaggerated claims about the regime's nuclear weapons program stemming from a watershed development in the program in Year 20.

  1. Beginning in the ninth hour and ending in the tenth hour of the day in 1941, America's foremost foreign adversary launched the Pearl Harbor attack, an unprecedented surprise aerial bombing inside the United States by the Imperial Japanese air force that killed approximately 2500 American citizens and provoked America's entry into the incipient world war's combat in 1942.

  2. This attack was caused by recent U.S. naval developments, including the establishment of an American economic embargo of both the most imminent military opponent to the United States, Imperial Japan, and Hitler's fascist empire, along with beginning of crucial lend-lease shipments of U.S. war supplies to the leader of the Allied war against Hitler, Britain. In this context of Hitler's grievance against America's proxy economic aggression, two months before the Pearl Harbor attack, the public humiliation of the American Navy by Nazi Germany's bombing of the American Destroyer USS Kearny served to stoke the Japanese leadership's hopes of manipulating Hitler into a joint German-Japanese war against America.

  3. America's culpability for its own entry into WWII revealed the Roosevelt Administration's predisposition to declare a state of war in order to attack the Nazi Empire, a fascist warmonger who represented a secondary rival to America and who was already engaged in a low-level military conflict against the United States over U.S. economic support for the British war effort. Accordingly, the primary target of the American retaliation was not the attacker, but rather Hitler's fascist regime that had no foreknowledge of the Pearl Harbor attack, and Imperial Japan was designated as the secondary U.S. war objective.

  4. Although Hitler's virulently anti-American regime had not committed a blatant act of war against America, the U.S. administration focused its war effort against this fascist country largely because of exaggerated estimates by Albert Einstein, other leading nuclear physicists and war hawks in the Roosevelt Administration about the Nazi nuclear weapons program stemming from its watershed discovery of nuclear fission in 1938.

  1. Beginning in the ninth hour and ending in the tenth hour of the day in 2001, America's foremost foreign adversary launched the 9/11 attack, an unprecedented surprise aerial Kamikaze-bombing inside the United States by an Al Qaeda super-cell that killed approximately 2500 American citizens (along with hundreds of foreign nationals) and provoked America's entry into the incipient world war's combat in 2002.

  2. This attack was caused by recent U.S. naval developments, including the establishment of an American economic embargo of both the most imminent military opponent to the United States, Afghanistan-based Al Qaeda, and Saddam Hussein's fascist regime (that was meticulously modeled after Hitler's Nazi regime), a widely decried, punishing act of economic aggression on two Muslim nations that Al Qaeda and their Afghan-hosts the Taliban opportunistically seized upon as a public casus belli to escalate Al Qaeda's unprecedented international terrorist campaign against America with the 9/11 attack. America's indecisive, non-military retaliation for Al Qaeda's previous attacks allowed Al Qaeda to continue to unveil its war plan to provoke America into a globally decried military crusade in Muslim lands. This tactical error in America's war effort was compounded when the American administration refused to investigate vigorously or retaliate for the public humiliation of the American Navy by Al Qaeda's bombing of the American Destroyer USS Cole while on its way to enforce the Iraq embargo, a misstep that both botched a great opportunity to uncover the 9/11 plot and forced Bin Laden to embrace more catastrophic terrorism in order to provoke the American crusade he hoped secretly would swell his public support.

  3. America's culpability for its own entry into the 9/11 War (stemming from its aggressive foreign policy in the Middle East and the suspiciously incompetent U.S. intelligence failures that allowed the 9/11 plot to unfold unfettered) revealed the Bush Administration's predisposition to declare a state of war in order to attack Saddam Hussein, a fascist warmonger who represented a secondary rival to America and who was already engaged in a low-level military conflict against the United States over American enforcement of the economic sanctions and the No-Fly Zone inside Iraq. Accordingly, the primary target of the American retaliation was not the attacker, but rather Saddam Hussein's fascist regime that had no foreknowledge of the 9/11 attack, and Al Qaeda was designated as the secondary U.S. war objective to which the Bush Administration dedicated a small fraction of America's war machine compared to that dedicated to the Iraq War and thus has allowed Al Qaeda's high command to continue to direct its global terrorist empire six year after the 9/11 attack.

  4. Although Saddam Hussein's virulently anti-American regime had not committed a blatant act of war against America, the U.S. Administration focused its war effort against this fascist country largely because of exaggerated estimates by Iraqi dissidents, Al Qaeda agents and neo-conservative war hawks in the Bush Administration about Iraq's nuclear weapons program, claims fueled by the expulsion of the United Nations weapons inspectors from Iraq in 1998.






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