Indeed the three figures who were used to shape the world after WWII, Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill are great criminals who must be put in trial for what they did.
Without jumping into Antisemitism, it is necessary to check out the Turkic Jewish influence and ancestry of a Dutch, a Cossack, and a Spencer.
Part One: The Crimes of Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR)
By James Buchanan
Sixty years ago one of the most evil men in world history, Franklin Delano Roosevelt died. Without World War Two, FDR would have been seen as a dishonest bungler who couldn’t get America out of the Great Depression –but because he helped win a major war (which Americans had no need to fight), historians meekly assume the war was necessary and ignore the evidence that the war was provoked.
Roosevelt began his career as a corrupt politician out of New York. He became assistant secretary of the Navy prior to World War One and there is a strong suspicion that Roosevelt and First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill conspired to arrange the sinking of the Lusitania…
The Lusitania incident is extremely significant in understanding FDR (and Churchill). These men were willing to allow the deaths of 1,201 civilians in an arranged attack way back in the year 1916 when such a deliberate mass murder was inconceivable for most civilized people.
Roosevelt surrounded himself with Jewish advisors –a sure sign of a corrupt president. FDR failed to tell Americans about the mass murder of 30 million White Christians by Jewish commissars in the Soviet Union in the 1920s and ’30s. Instead, FDR saved all his indignation and hatred for National Socialist Germany, which had removed the Jews from power and brought great prosperity to the German people.
FDR secretly ordered the US Navy to wage war against German submarines long before the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. Roosevelt also supplied massive shipments of war materials for England and the Soviet Union prior to Dec. 7th, 1941 in violation of the Neutrality Act, passed by Congress.
Roosevelt deliberately provoked the attack on Pearl Harbor by cutting off oil to Japan and issuing an ultimatum to the Japanese Empire that they stop their war against China. (Curiously, FDR never felt an urge to issue an ultimatum to the British Empire to stop their war against Germany and Italy.) Roosevelt knew that Pearl Harbor was about to be attacked, but withheld this information since the Japanese might call off the attack if American forces were prepared, sent out more search planes and spotted their fleet halfway to Pearl Harbor. FDR blamed the commander of Pearl Harbor for the ensuing disaster.
Over 2,000 Americans died at Pearl Harbor because of FDR’s political maneuvering and treachery. An even worse disaster took place in the Philippines. Because FDR had sent most of our war production to England and the Soviet Union, our soldiers on the Philippines lacked sufficient tanks, artillery and fighter planes to withstand a Japanese assault. Over 80,000 American soldiers became POWs and half of these men died in captivity –thanks in large part to Roosevelt’s treachery.
Many Jews and empty-headed Gentiles praise Roosevelt for “winning” World War Two, but what exactly was won in that war? America could have spared itself anywhere from 250,000 to 400,000 deaths if it stayed out of World War Two. Germany never had any plans to invade the US and lacked an adequate navy to do so. The Japanese only attacked America after extreme provocations and hoped to sign an armistice rather than fight a war to the death. Because of America’s involvement in World War Two, most of eastern and central Europe became enslaved by the Communists and millions of innocent civilians were liquidated by the same Jewish commissars, who killed so many innocent people before the war.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt is one of the greatest criminals in world history. His death just weeks before the end of the war was almost certainly an act of God to show the world that a man may conquer the world, but God decides where his soul will go.
Comment: His original family name was actually Rosenfeld, Jewish. It explains a lot.
By Daniel Larison, May 13, 2005
Still, we can recognize crimes as crimes, which brings me back to Roosevelt. Why are Americans still treating this monster as a hero?
I hardly know where to start. His contempt for the U.S. Constitution he was sworn to defend, in everything from creating a national welfare state to putting U.S. citizens in concentration camps, is almost a minor item on his ledger. So are his deceits in getting the United States into World War II, while assuring the American public that he was doing everything he could to keep us at peace.
Long before that war began, he befriended Joseph Stalin by granting diplomatic recognition to the Soviet Union, shortly after it had deliberately starved millions of Ukrainians. During the war, he made an alliance with Stalin, not as a regrettable necessity, but with effusive praise for “Uncle Joe.” He even urged Hollywood to make pro-Soviet films to dispel “prejudice” against Soviet Communism and lent a hand in the production of the egregious propaganda movie Mission to Moscow. (Jack Warner later called the film the worst mistake of his long career.)
As the war progressed, Roosevelt ordered the massive bombing of Japanese and German cities for the express purpose of killing as many civilians as possible. His victims, from Tokyo to Berlin, numbered in the millions. He was uninhibited by the ancient principle of Christian civilization that warfare should spare noncombatants.
But that wasn’t enough. Meanwhile Roosevelt launched the Manhattan Project to develop the atomic bomb, which could obliterate whole cities in a flash. He thereby took the world into a dreadful new era in history, which concerned him not at all.
Long after Pearl Harbor is forgotten, the name of Franklin Roosevelt should “live in infamy.” Yet the United States still officially honors him when an official apology to the entire human race would be more fitting.