I ask one person who is familiar with history to tell me the WWI wasn't inevitable? Europe was a freaking powder keg waiting to blow. Then the US tries to stay out, and does so until the last year of the war, before they get sucked in.
Nope we were tricked into the war, via AAE interests like JP Morgan. And remember Wilson told the people we would not be getting us into the war and then after elected his tune changed.
WWII, again the US tries to stay out. And they do so for years, until they get sucked in. The more war you avoid now, the more you get later.
Nope, Pearl Harbor was known, they new the Attack was coming but let those people die, just like they did with 911.
Here is a Newspaper warning of the coming attack, but our leaders didn't know?
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What would have happened if the Allies and the US attacked Germany right after they invaded Austria, or even Czechoslovakia? How many years could have been shaved off the war? How many lives could have been saved?
Well it was a set up as well. WWII was created to offer the world the UNITED NATIONS, just as WWI was created to offer the LEAGUE OF NATIONS.
"If war had not come in 1914 in fierce and exaggerated form, the idea of an association of nations would probably have remained dormant, for great reforms seldom materialize except during great upheavals."
Col. Edward Mandell House, Foreign Affairs, 1923
Our current president's grandfather Prescott was a Hitler funder and then a UN Champion, they helped get the war going and then offered the solution to the war they helped create.
Fine, don't fight wars, lay down and let everyone else fight them, and then kill you
Well it would be nice if we fought the right wars, and they still plan to kill us...you don't know about the genocide plans do you?
"War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. . . . It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives. . . ."