From the Manhattan Infidel Archives, December 7th, 1941: Anti-Japanese Naval Base Attacked!

The Japanese acted within their rights by attacking this anti-Japanese base!

The Japanese acted within their rights by attacking this deliberately confrontational navy base!

Breaking news out of Hawaii!

The United States naval base at Pearl Harbor has been attacked by the Empire of Japan. News has just reached the mainland that the United States base is in shambles, its ships sunk and its sailors killed.

Like many in the news media we here at the Worldwide Headquarters of Manhattan Infidel™, while deploring the regrettable loss of life, must ask this difficult question:  Are the Japanese at fault?

For years the United States, in what can only be described as an act of “white privilege“, has used this naval base as an open provocation to the peace-loving Japanese empire.

What other possible reason would there be for President Roosevelt to move the Pacific fleet from the relative safety of San Diego to Hawaii except to make it closer the the Japanese?

By doing this President Roosevelt has used our navy and our sailors as “bait” in his senseless desire to dominate the Japanese people.

And now with millions of dollars in ships sunk and thousands of lives ended we must ask President Roosevelt if his policy of deliberately inflaming tensions with a nation of color was worth it?

No doubt the President will use this attack at a pretext for declaring war on this island nation.

We must insist that our representatives in the legislative branch resist their natural desire for blood lust that all white people are prone to.

Instead we ask that an apology be issued to the Japanese nation and its wronged peoples.

What did we expect them to do anyway?

The existence of a war machine only 3,500 miles from the Japanese homeland was an affront and a provocation that could not remain unanswered.  Indeed the Japanese have shown admirable restraint and up to the moment of the attack were in negotiations with Washington.

Rumor has it that the Japanese representatives were deliberately kept waiting by the Secretary of State so he could claim that the attack was unprovoked.

The widows and orphans created today are the result of President Roosevelt’s policy.

No doubt President Roosevelt will claim that he was defending the interests of the United States. He will claim that military might is a form of free speech.

We at the Worldwide Headquarters of Manhattan Infidel™ deny this.

The naval base at Pearl Harbor was not free speech.  It was hate speech.  And the Constitution does not protect hate speech.

President Roosevelt needs to apologize now for the United States to regain the moral authority it once had around the world.

The Manhattan Infidel


2 Responses

  1. Petermc3 says:

    Too bad the white grandmother was still living in Kansas on that infamous day.

  2. LSP says:

    I, for one, blame Pamela Geller and International Levantine Conspiracy.

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