Tora, Tora, Tora! – FLNWO #21

by | Nov 14, 2014 | Film, Literature & The New World Order | 1 comment

On this edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order James Perloff, author of The Shadows of Power and Truth Is A Lonely Warrior, joins us to discuss the 1970 Hollywood/Japanese production, Tora, Tora Tora! We discuss Perloff’s recent article on the Pearl Harbor deception, “Pearl Harbor: Roosevelt’s 9/11” and the pieces of the Pearl Harbor puzzle that the movie leaves out. We get into the details of where the movie came from and how it paints Pearl Harbor as a tragic accident rather than a devious deception.

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Pearl Harbor: Roosevelt’s 9/11

Gordon W. Prange biography

The Pacific War and Japanese Historical Materials in the U.S. (Detailing Prange’s access to GHQ censored books)

Review of Tora, Tora, Tora in The Star-spangled Screen

Overview of “Betrayal at Pearl Harbor”

Closing The Book on Pearl Harbor

A Debate Between Budiansky and Stinnett on Naval Codes

Info About Kurosawa and Tora

Interview 901 – James Perloff Exposes the CFR Agenda

Interview 925 – James Perloff on “Truth Is A Lonely Warrior”

Last month’s episode and comments: Grave of the Fireflies – FLNWO #20

Next month: Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”

1 Comment

  1. Thank you for answering a nagging question. . . Why not move the ships in the harbor when an attack was suspected? A near miss would have mobilized the U.S. public as good as a direct hit. The information here is consistent with the study of a younger Roosevelt done by Dan carlin in his hardcore history series on WWI. It is conceivable that he may be willing to sacrifice life and assets to become involved in a greater war. Thank you.

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