Why Corporate Media Are Dying: A Humble Example

by
Morgan Reynolds

“But I suppose the most revolutionary act one can engage in is… to tell the truth.”
― Howard Zinn

A few days after the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack I sent the following letter to the editor of the Arkansas Democrat Gazette:

“The Pearl Harbor attack was no surprise to FDR and his top advisors. They planned it. Since 1932 exercises had proven Pearl Harbor extremely vulnerable to surprise aircraft carrier attack. Japan patterned its attack on these results. At Roosevelt’s request, Arthur H. McCollum—Office of Naval Intelligence and an expert on Japan—submitted an 8-step plan on October 7, 1940, designed to provoke the Japanese into firing the first shot. An expert on the navy, Roosevelt put all steps into play. Roosevelt fired fleet commander James O. Richardson, the top authority on Pacific naval warfare and Japanese strategy, February 1, 1941, for his opposition…

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