Reader 02/13/2018 (Tue) 04:38:28 Id: b3abc0 No.6451 del
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I honestly can't disagree with any of this, besides America's "victory" of WW2. It wasn't due to bombing supply lines, shooting to stall prisoner transport trains as they starved to death trapped inside, nor fighting Germany head on one on one. That's for sure. It was through Lend-Lease deliveries. The U.S. gave to the Soviet Union from October 1, 1941 to May 31, 1945 the following: 427,284 trucks, 13,303 combat vehicles, 35,170 motorcycles, 2,328 ordnance service vehicles, 2,670,371 tons of petroleum products (gasoline and oil), 4,478,116 tons of foodstuffs (canned meats, sugar, flour, salt, etc.), 1,900 steam locomotives, 66 Diesel locomotives and 9,920 flat cars. Not setting foot on German soil to coordinate attacks until February 1945. For a long time before then, the American people didn't want to go to war with Germany. Muh Pearl Harbor. Franklin D. Roosevelt despised the Japanese enough that there were internment camps for them across the states. American history courses barely cover that, if at all. Many German U-boats were attacked, but such bait as the pretext for war was ignored. Roosevelt then baited Japan, imposing a series of economic sanctions on them. The 1911 commercial treaty was terminated, and diplomats were dismissed from trying to negotiate peace talks. Then there was the July 1940 Export Control Act. October was when he slapped an embargo on them, demanding they restrict their exports. July 1941 was when he froze all Japanese assets in the U.S. Cryptographers cracked Japanese code. Foreknowledge of the attack on Pearl Harbor existed, but was allowed to continue regardless because that is what Roosevelt desired all along. America's enemies aren't out there as foreign threats. They're right here on our soil, committing terrorist acts and public atrocities to bring us against foreign allies' targets time and again.