Author: U.S. Knew All About Pearl Harbor, Hoped for Japanese Attack

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that the Japanese were planning to do was known to the United



President Roosevelt (FDR) provoked the attack, knew about it in
advance and covered up his failure to warn
the Hawaiian commanders. FDR needed the attack to sucker Hitler to
declare war, since the public and Congress
were overwhelmingly against entering the war in Europe. It was his
backdoor to war.FDR blinded the
commanders at Pearl Harbor and set them up by –

  1. denying intelligence to Hawaii (HI)
  2. on Nov 27, misleading the commanders into thinking negotiations
    with Japan were continuing to prevent
    them from realizing the war was on
  3. having false information sent to HI about the location of the
    Japanese carrier fleet.


  • 1904 – The Japanese destroyed the Russian navy in a surprise
    attack in undeclared war.
  • 1932 – In The Grand Joint Army Navy Exercises the attacker,
    Admiral Yarnell, attacked with 152
    planes a half-hour before dawn 40 miles NE of Kahuku Point and caught
    the defenders of Pearl Harbor
    completely by surprise. It was a Sunday.
  • 1938 – Admiral Ernst King led a carrier-born airstrike from
    the USS Saratoga successfully against
    Pearl Harbor in another exercise.
  • 1940 – FDR ordered the fleet transferred from the West Coast
    to its exposed position in Hawaii and
    ordered the fleet remain stationed at Pearl Harbor over complaints by
    its commander Admiral Richardson that
    there was inadequate protection from air attack and no protection from
    torpedo attack. Richardson felt so
    strongly that he twice disobeyed orders to berth his fleet there and he
    raised the issue personally with FDR
    in October and he was soon after replaced. His successor, Admiral
    Kimmel, also brought up the same issues
    with FDR in June 1941.
  • 7 Oct 1940 – Navy IQ analyst McCollum wrote an 8 point memo
    on how to force Japan into war with
    US. Beginning the next day FDR began to put them into effect and all 8
    were eventually accomplished.
  • 11 November 1940 – 21 aged British planes destroyed the
    Italian fleet, including 3 battleships, at
    their homeport in the harbor of Taranto in Southern Italy by using
    technically innovative shallow-draft
  • 11 February 1941 – FDR proposed sacrificing 6 cruisers and 2
    carriers at Manila to get into war.
    Navy Chief Stark objected: “I have previously opposed this and you have
    concurred as to its unwisdom.
    Particularly do I recall your remark in a previous conference when Mr.
    Hull suggested (more forces to Manila)
    and the question arose as to getting them out and your 100% reply, from
    my standpoint, was that you might not
    mind losing one or two cruisers, but that you did not want to take a
    chance on losing 5 or 6.” (Charles Beard
  • March 1941 – FDR sold munitions and convoyed them to
    belligerents in Europe — both acts of war
    and both violations of international law — the Lend-Lease
  • 23 Jun 1941 – Advisor Harold Ickes wrote FDR a memo the day
    after Germany invaded the Soviet
    Union, “There might develop from the embargoing of oil to Japan such a
    situation as would make it not only
    possible but easy to get into this war in an effective way. And if we
    should thus indirectly be brought in,
    we would avoid the criticism that we had gone in as an ally of
    communistic Russia.” FDR was pleased with
    Turner’s report
    read July 22: “It is generally believed that
    shutting off the American supply of
    petroleum will lead promptly to the invasion of Netherland East
    Indies…it seems certain she would also
    include military action against the Philippine Islands, which would
    immediately involve us in a Pacific war.”
    On July 24 FDR told the
    Volunteer Participation Committee,
    “If we had cut off the oil off,
    they probably would have gone down to
    the Dutch East Indies a year ago, and you would have had war.” The next
    day FDR froze all Japanese assets in
    US cutting off their main supply of oil and forcing them into war with
    the US. Intelligence information was
    withheld from Hawaii from this point forward.
  • 14 August – At the Atlantic Conference, Churchill noted the
    “astonishing depth of Roosevelt’s
    intense desire for war.” Churchill cabled his cabinet “(FDR) obviously
    was very determined that they should
    come in.”
  • 18 October – diary entry by Secretary of Interior Harold
    Ickes: “For a long time I have believed
    that our best entrance into the war would be by way of Japan.”




  • Purple Code – the top Japanese diplomatic machine cipher
    which used automatic telephone switches
    to separately and differently encipher each character sent. It was
    cracked by the Army Signal Intelligence
    Service (331 men).
  • J-19 was the main Japanese diplomatic code book. This
    columnar code was cracked.
  • Coral Machine Cipher or JNA-20 was a simplified version of
    Purple used by Naval attaches. Only one
    message deciphered prior to Pearl Harbor has been declassified.
  • JN-25 – The Japanese Fleet’s Cryptographic System, a.k.a. 5
    number code
    . JN stands for Japanese Navy, introduced 1 June 1939. This
    was a very simple old-type code book
    system used by the American Army and Navy in 1898 and abandoned in 1917
    because it was insecure. Version A
    has a dictionary of 5,600 numbers, words and phrases, each given as a
    five figure number. These were
    super-enciphered by addition to random numbers contained in a second
    code book. The dictionary was only
    changed once before PH on Dec 1, 1940, to a slightly larger version B
    but the random book was changed every 3
    to 6 months- last on Aug 1. The Japanese blundered away the code when
    they introduced JN25-B by continuing to
    use, for 2 months, random books that had been previously solved by the
    Allies. That was the equivalent of
    handing over the JN-25B codebook. It was child’s play for the Navy
    group OP-20-G (738 men whose primary
    responsibility was Japanese naval codes) to reconstruct the exposed
    dictionary. We recovered the whole thing
    immediately – in 1994 the NSA published that JN-25B was completely
    cracked in December 1940. In January 1941
    the US gave Britain two JN-25B code books with keys and techniques for
    deciphering. The entire Pearl Harbor
    scheme was laid out in this code. The official US Navy statement on
    HISTORY TO WORLD WAR II prepared by Captain J. Holtwick in June 1971,
    page 398: “By 1 December 1941 we had
    the code solved to a readable extent.” Churchill wrote “From the end of
    1940 the Americans had pierced the
    vital Japanese ciphers, and were decoding large numbers of their
    and diplomatic
    telegrams.”(GRAND ALLIANCE p 598) Chief of Navy codebreaking Safford
    reported that during 1941 “The Navy
    COMINT team did a thorough job on the Japanese Navy with no help from
    the Army.”(SRH-149) The first paragraph
    of the Congressional Report Exhibit 151 says the US was “currently”
    (instantly) reading JN-25B and exchanging
    the “translations” with the British prior to Pearl Harbor.In
    1979 the NSA released 2,413 JN-25
    orders of the 26,581 intercepted by US between Sept 1 and Dec 4, 1941.
    The NSA says “We know now that they
    contained important details concerning the existence, organization,
    objective, and even the whereabouts of
    the Pearl Harbor Strike Force.” (Parker p 21) Of the over thousand
    radio messages sent by Tokyo to the attack
    fleet, only 20 are in the National Archives. All messages to the attack
    fleet were sent several times, at
    least one message was sent every odd hour of the day and each had a
    special serial number. Starting in early
    November 1941 when the attack fleet assembled and started receiving
    radio messages, OP-20-G stayed open 24
    hours a day and the “First Team” of codebreakers worked on JN-25. In
    November and early December 1941,
    OP-20-G spent 85 percent of its effort reading Japanese Navy traffic,
    12 percent on Japanese diplomatic
    traffic and 3 percent on German naval codes. FDR was personally briefed
    twice a day on JN-25 traffic by his
    aide, Captain John Beardell, and demanded to see the original raw
    messages in English. The US Government
    refuses to identify or declassify any pre-Dec 7, 1941 decrypts of JN-25
    on the basis of national security, a
    half-century after the war.
  • AD or Administrative Code wrongly called Admiralty
    Code was an old four character transposition
    code used for personnel matters. No important messages were sent in
    this weak code. Introduced Nov 1938, it
    was seldom used after Dec 1940.
  • Magic – the security designation given to all decoded
    Japanese diplomatic
    It’s hard not to conclude with historians like Charles
    Bateson that “Magic standing alone
    points so irresistibly to the Pearl Harbor attack that it is
    inconceivable anybody could have failed to
    forecast the Japanese move.” The NSA reached the same conclusion in
  • Ultra – the security designation for military codes.




Warnings do no harm and might do inexpressible good

  • 27 January 1941, Dr. Ricardo Shreiber, the Peruvian envoy in
    Tokyo told Max Bishop, third
    secretary of the US embassy that he had just learned from his
    intelligence sources that there was a war plan
    involving a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. This information was sent
    to the State Department and Naval
    Intelligence and to Admiral Kimmel at Hawaii.
  • 31 March 1941 – A Navy report by Bellinger and Martin
    predicted that if Japan made war on the US,
    they would strike Pearl Harbor without warning at dawn with aircraft
    from a maximum of 6 carriers. For years
    Navy planners had assumed that Japan, on the outbreak of war, would
    strike the American fleet wherever it
    was. The fleet was the only threat to Japan’s plans. Logically, Japan
    couldn’t engage in any major operation
    with the American fleet on its flank. The strategic options for the
    Japanese were not unlimited.
  • 10 July – US Military Attache Smith-Hutton at Tokyo reported
    Japanese Navy secretly practicing
    aircraft torpedo attacks against capital ships in Ariake Bay. The bay
    closely resembles Pearl Harbor.
  • July – The US Military Attache in Mexico forwarded a report
    that the Japanese were constructing
    special small submarines for attacking the American fleet in Pearl
    Harbor, and that a training program then
    under way included towing them from Japan to positions off the Hawaiian
    Islands, where they practiced
    surfacing and submerging.
  • 10 August 1941, the top British agent, code named
    “Tricycle”, Dusko Popov, told the FBI of the
    planned attack on Pearl Harbor and that it would be soon. The FBI told
    him that his information was “too
    precise, too complete to be believed. The questionnaire plus the other
    information you brought spell out in
    detail exactly where, when, how, and by whom we are to be attacked. If
    anything, it sounds like a trap.” He
    also reported that a senior Japanese naval person had gone to Taranto
    to collect all secret data on the
    attack there and that it was of utmost importance to them. The info was
    given to Naval IQ.
  • Early in the Fall, Kilsoo Haan, an agent for the Sino-Korean
    People’s League, told Eric Severeid
    of CBS that the Korean underground in Korea and Japan had positive
    proof that the Japanese were going to
    attack Pearl Harbor before Christmas. Among other things, one Korean
    had actually seen the plans. In late
    October, Haan finally convinced US Senator Guy Gillette that the
    Japanese were planning to attack in December
    or January. Gillette alerted the State Department, Army and Navy
    Intelligence and FDR personally.
  • 24 September 1941, the ” bomb plot” message in J-19 code
    from Japan Naval Intelligence to Japan’ s
    consul general in Honolulu requesting grid of exact locations of ships
    pinpointed for the benefit of
    bombardiers and torpedo pilots was deciphered. There was no reason to
    know the EXACT location of ships in
    harbor, unless to attack them – it was a dead giveaway. Chief of War
    Plans Turner and Chief of Naval
    Operations Stark repeatedly kept it and warnings based on it prepared
    by Safford and others from being passed
    to Hawaii. The chief of Naval Intelligence Captain Kirk was replaced
    because he insisted on warning HI. It
    was lack of information like this that lead to the exoneration of the
    Hawaii commanders and the blaming of
    Washington for unpreparedness for the attack by the Army Board and Navy
    Court. At no time did the Japanese
    ever ask for a similar bomb plot for any other American military
    installation. Why the Roosevelt
    administration allowed flagrant Japanese spying on PH has never been
    explained, but they blocked 2
    Congressional investigations in the fall of 1941 to allow it to
    continue. The bomb plots were addressed to
    “Chief of 3rd Bureau, Naval General Staff”, marked Secret
    Intelligence message
    , and given special
    serial numbers, so their significance couldn’t be missed. There were
    about 95 ships in port. The text was:

    "Strictly secret.
    "Henceforth, we would like to have you make reports concerning vessels
    along the following lines insofar as possible:
    "1. The waters (of Pearl Harbor) are to be divided roughly into five
    subareas (We have no objections to your abbreviating as much as you
    "Area A. Waters between Ford Island and the Arsenal.
    "Area B. Waters adjacent to the Island south and west of Ford Island.
    (This area is on the opposite side of the Island from Area A.)
    "Area C. East Loch.
    "Area D. Middle Loch.
    "Area E. West Loch and the communication water routes.
    "2. With regard to warships and aircraft carriers, we would like to have
    you report on those at anchor (these are not so important) tied up at
    wharves, buoys and in docks. (Designate types and classes briefly. If
    possible we would like to have you make mention of the fact when
    there are two or more vessels along side the same wharf.)"
  • Simple traffic analysis of the accelerated frequency of messages
    from various Japanese consuls gave a
    another identification of war preparations, from Aug-Dec there were 6
    messages from Seattle, 18 from Panama,
    55 from Manila and 68 from Hawaii.
  • Oct. – Soviet top spy Richard Sorge, the greatest spy in
    history, informed Kremlin that Pearl
    Harbor would be attacked within 60 days. Moscow informed him that this
    was passed to the US. Interestingly,
    all references to Pearl Harbor in the War Department’s copy of Sorge’s
    32,000 word confession to the Japanese
    were deleted. NY Daily News, 17 May 1951.
  • 16 Oct. – FDR grossly humiliated Japan’s Ambassador and
    refused to meet with Premier Konoye to
    engineer the war party, lead by General Tojo, into power in Japan.
  • 1 Nov. – JN-25 Order to continue drills against anchored
    capital ships to prepare to “ambush and
    completely destroy the US enemy.” The message included references to
    armor-piercing bombs and ‘near surface
  • 13 Nov. – The German Ambassador to US, Dr. Thomsen an
    anti-Nazi, told US IQ that Pearl Harbor
    would be attacked.
  • 14 Nov. – Japanese Merchant Marine was alerted that wartime
    recognition signals would be in effect
    Dec 1.
  • 22 Nov. – Tokyo said to Ambassador Nomura in Washington
    about extending the deadline for
    negotiations to November 29: “…this time we mean it, that the
    deadline absolutely cannot be changed. After
    that things are automatically going to happen.”
  • CIA Director Allen Dulles told people that US was warned in
    mid-November that the Japanese Fleet had
    sailed east past Tokyo Bay and was going to attack Pearl Harbor. CIA
  • 23 Nov. – JN25 order – “The first air attack has been set
    for 0330 hours on X-day.” (Tokyo time or
    8 A.M. Honolulu time)
  • 25 Nov. – British decrypted the Winds setup message sent
    Nov. 19. The US decoded it Nov. 28. It
    was a J-19 Code message that there would be an attack and that the
    signal would come over Radio Tokyo as a
    weather report – rain meaning war, east (Higashi) meaning US.
  • 25 Nov. – Secretary of War Stimson noted in his diary “FDR
    stated that we were likely to be
    attacked perhaps as soon as next Monday.” FDR asked: “the question was
    how we should maneuver them into the
    position of firing the first shot without too much danger to ourselves.
    In spite of the risk involved,
    however, in letting the Japanese fire the first shot, we realized that
    in order to have the full support of
    the American people it was desirable to make sure that the Japanese be
    the ones to do this so that there
    should remain no doubt in anyone’s mind as to who were the aggressors.”
  • 25 Nov. – Navy Department ordered all US trans-Pacific
    shipping to take the southern route. PHH
    12:317 (PHH = 1946 Congressional Report, vol. 12, page 317) ADM Turner
    testified “We sent the traffic down to
    the Torres Straight, so that the track of the Japanese task force would
    be clear of any traffic.” PHH 4:1942
  • 25 Nov. – Yamamoto radioed this order in JN-25: ” (a) The
    task force, keeping its movements
    strictly secret and maintaining close guard against submarines and
    aircraft, shall advance into Hawaiian
    waters and upon the very opening of hostilities, shall attack the main
    force of the United States Fleet in
    Hawaii and deal it a mortal blow. The raid is planned for dawn on X-day
    — exact date to be given by later
    order. (b) Should the negotiations with the US prove successful, the
    task force shall hold itself in
    readiness forthwith to return and reassemble. (c) The task force will
    move out of Hitokappu Wan on the
    morning of 26 November and advance to the standing-by position on the
    afternoon of 4 December and speedily
    complete refueling.” ( Order to sail
    – scan from the PHA Congressional Hearings
    Report, vol 1 p 180, transcript p 437-8) This was decoded by the
    British on November 25 and the Dutch on
    November 27. When it was decoded by the US is a national secret,
    however, on November 26 Naval Intelligence
    reported the concentration of units of the Japanese fleet at an unknown
    port ready for offensive action.
  • 26 Nov. 3 A.M. – Churchill sent an urgent secret message to
    FDR, probably containing above
    message. This message caused the greatest agitation in DC. Of
    Churchill’s voluminous correspondence with FDR,
    this is the only message that has not been released (on the grounds
    that it would damage national security).
    Stark testified that “On November 26 there was received specific
    evidence of the Japanese intention to wage
    offensive war against Great Britain and the United States.” C.I.A.
    Director William Casey, who was in the OSS
    in 1941, in his book THE SECRET WAR AGAINST HITLER, p 7, wrote “The
    British had sent word that a Japanese
    fleet was steaming east toward Hawaii.” Washington, in an order of Nov
    26 as a result of the “first shot”
    meeting the day before, ordered both US aircraft carriers, the
    Enterprise and the Lexington out of Pearl
    Harbor “as soon as practicable.” This order included stripping Pearl of
    50 planes or 40 percent of its
    already inadequate fighter protection. In response to Churchill’s
    message, FDR secretly cabled him that
    afternoon – “Negotiations off. Services expect action within two
    weeks.” Note that the only way FDR could
    have linked negotiations with service action, let alone have known the
    timing of the action, was if he had
    the message to sail. In other words, the only service action contingent
    on negotiations was Pearl Harbor.
  • 26 Nov. – the “most fateful document ” was Hull’s
    that Japan
    must withdraw from Indochina and all China. FDR’s Ambassador to Japan
    called this “The document that touched
    the button that started the war.”
  • 27 Nov. – Secretary of War Stimson sent a confused and
    confusing hostile
    action possible
    or DO-DON’T warning. The Navy Court found this
    message directed attention away from Pearl
    Harbor, rather than toward it. One purpose of the message was to
    mislead HI into believing negotiations were
    continuing. The Army which could not do reconnaissance was ordered to
    and the Navy which could was ordered
    not to. The Army was ordered on sabotage alert, which specifically
    precluded attention to outside threat.
    Navy attention was misdirected 5000 miles from HI. DC repeated, no less
    than three times as a direct
    instruction of the President, “The US desires that Japan commit the
    first overt act Period.” It was unusual
    that FDR directed this warning, a routine matter, to Hawaii which is
    proof that he knew other warnings were
    not sent. A simple question–what Japanese “overt act” was FDR
    expecting at Pearl Harbor? He ordered sabotage
    prevented and subs couldn’t enter, that leaves air attack. The words
    “overt act” disclose FDR’s intent – not
    just that Japan be allowed to attack but that they inflict damage on
    the fleet. This FDR order to allow a
    Japanese attack was aid to the enemy – explicit treason.
  • 29 Nov.– Hull sat in Layfayette Park across from the White
    House with ace United Press reporter
    Joe Leib and showed him a message stating that Pearl Harbor would be
    attacked on December 7. This could well
    have been the Nov. 26 message from Churchill. The New York Times in its
    12/8/41 PH report on page 13 under
    the headline “Attack Was Expected” stated the US had known that Pearl
    Harbor was going to be attacked the
    week before. Perhaps Leib wasn’t the only reporter Hull told.
  • 29 Nov. – The FBI embassy tap made an intercept of an
    uncoded plain-text Japanese telephone
    conversation in which an Embassy functionary (Kurusu) asked ‘Tell me,
    what zero hour is. Otherwise, I won’t
    be able to carry on diplomacy.’ The voice from Tokyo (K. Yamamoto) said
    softly, ‘Well then, I will tell you.
    Zero hour is December 8 (Tokyo time, ie, December 7 US time) at Pearl
    Harbor.’ (US Navy translation 29 Nov)
  • 30 Nov. US Time (or 1 Dec. Tokyo time) – The Japanese fleet
    was radioed this Imperial Naval Order
    Appendix D, p 415). US
    ally China also recovered it in plain text from a shot-down Japanese
    Army plane near Canton that evening.
    This caused an emergency Imperial Conference because they knew the
    Chinese would give the information to GB
    and US. In a related J-19 message the next day, the US translated
    elaborate instructions from Japan dealing
    in precise detail with the method of internment of American and British
    nationals in Asia “on the outbreak of
    war with England and the United States”
  • 1 Dec. – Office of Naval Intelligence, ONI, Twelfth Naval
    District in San Francisco found the
    missing Japanese fleet by correlating reports from the four wireless
    news services and several shipping
    companies that they were getting strange signals west of Hawaii. The
    Soviet Union also knew the exact
    location of the Japanese fleet because they asked the Japanese in
    advance to let one of their ships pass
    (Layton p 261). This info was most likely given to them by US because
    Sorge’s spy ring was rolled up November
    14. All long-range PBY patrols from the Aleutians were ordered stopped
    on Dec 6 to prevent contact.
  • 1 Dec. – Foreign Minister Togo cabled Washington Ambassador
    Nomura to continue negotiations “to
    prevent the U.S. from becoming unduly suspicious.”
  • 1 Dec. – The tanker Shiriya, which had been added to
    the Striking Force in an order
    intercepted Nov 14, radioed “proceeding to a position 30.00 N, 154.20
    E. Expect to arrive at that point on 3
    December.” (near HI) The fact that this message is in the National
    Archives destroys the myth that the attack
    fleet maintained radio silence. They were not ordered to (Order 820).
    Serial numbers prove that the Striking
    Force sent over 663 radio messages between Nov 16 and Dec 7 or about 1
    per hour. The NSA has not released any
    raw intercepts because the headers would prove that the Striking Force
    did not maintain radio silence. On Nov
    29 the Hiyei sent one message to the Commander of the 3rd fleet; on Nov
    30 the Akagi sent several messages to
    its tankers – see page 474 of the

    Stinnett in DAY OF DECEIT (p 209) found over 100 messages from the
    Striking Force in the National Archives.
    All Direction Finding reports from HI have been crudely cut out.
    Reports from Dec 5 show messages sent from
    the Striking Force picked up by Station Cast, P.I.
  • From traffic analysis, HI reported that
    the carrier force was at sea and in the
    North. THE MOST AMAZING FACT is that in reply to that report,
    MacArthur’s command sent a series of three
    messages, Nov 26, 29, Dec 2, to HI lying about the location of the
    carrier fleet – saying it was in the South
    China Sea. This false information, which the NSA calls inexplicable,
    was the true reason that HI was caught
    Duane Whitlock, who is still alive in Iowa, sent those
  • There were a large number of other messages that gave the location
    of the Striking Force by alluding to
    the Aleutians, the North Pacific and various weather systems near HI.
  • 1 Dec. – FDR cut short his scheduled ten day vacation after 1
    day to meet with Hull and Stark. The
    result of this meeting was reported on 2 Dec. by the Washington Post:
    “President Roosevelt yesterday assumed
    direct command of diplomatic and military moves relating to Japan.”
    This politically damaging move was
    necessary to prevent the mutiny of conspirators.
  • 1 Dec. 3:30 P.M. FDR read Foreign Minister Togo’s message to
    his ambassador to Germany: “Say very
    secretly to them that there is extreme danger between Japan &
    Anglo-Saxon nations through some clash of arms,
    add that the time of this war may come quicker than anyone dreams.”
    This was in response to extreme German
    pressure on November 29 for Japan to strike the US and promises to join
    with Japan in war against the US. The
    second of its three parts has never been released. The message says it
    contains the plan of campaign. This is
    1 of only 3 known DIPLOMATIC intercepts that specified PH as target. It
    was so interesting, FDR kept a copy.
  • 2 Dec. 2200 Tokyo time- Here is a typical JN-25
    ships-in-harbor report sent to attack fleet, words
    in parenthesis were in the original: “Striking Force telegram No. 994.
    Two battleships (Oklahoma, Nevada), 1
    aircraft carrier (Enterprise) 2 heavy cruisers, 12 destroyers sailed.
    The force that sailed on 22 November
    returned to port. Ships at anchor Pearl Harbor p.m. 28 November were 6
    battleships (2 Maryland class, 2
    California class, 2 Pennsylvania class), 1 aircraft carrier
    (Lexington), 9 heavy cruisers (5 San Francisco
    class, 3 Chicago class, 1 Salt Lake class), 5 light cruisers (4
    Honolulu class, 1 Omaha class)”
  • 2 Dec. – Commander of the Combined Imperial Fleet Yamamoto
    radioed the attack fleet in plain
    (uncoded) Japanese Climb
    Niitakayama 1208
    (Dec 8 Japanese time, Dec 7 our time).
    Thus the US knew EXACTLY when the war would start. Mount Niitaka was
    the highest mountain in the Japanese
    Empire – 13,113 feet.
  • 2 Dec. – General Hein Ter Poorten, the commander of the
    Netherlands East Indies Army gave the
    Winds setup message to the US War Department. The Australians had a
    center in Melbourne and the Chinese also
    broke JN-25. A Dutch sub had visually tracked the attack fleet to the
    Kurile Islands in early November and
    this info was passed to DC, but DC did not give it to HI. The
    intercepts the Dutch gave the US are still
    classified in RG 38, Box 792.
  • 2 Dec – Japanese order No. 902 specified that old JN-25
    additive tables version 7 would continue
    to be used alongside version 8 when the latter was introduced on
    December 4. This means the US read all
    messages to the Striking Force through the attack.
  • 4 Dec. – In the early hours, Ralph Briggs at the Navy’s East
    Coast Intercept station, received the
    “East Winds, Rain” message, the Winds Execute, which meant war. He put
    it on the TWX circuit immediately and
    called his commander. This message was deleted from the files. One of
    the main coverups of Pearl Harbor was
    to make this message disappear. Japanese Dispatch # 7001. In response
    to the Winds Execute, the Office of US
    Naval IQ had all Far Eastern stations (Hawaii not informed) destroy
    their codes and classified documents
    including the Tokyo Embassy.
  • 4 Dec. – The Dutch invoked the ADB joint defense agreement
    when the Japanese crossed the magic
    line of 100 East and 10 North. The U.S. was at war with Japan 3 days
    before they were at war with us.
  • 4 Dec. – General Ter Poorten sent all the details of the
    Winds Execute command to Colonel
    Weijerman, the Dutch military attache’ in Washington to pass on to the
    highest military circles. Weijerman
    personally gave it to Marshall, Chief of Staff of the War Department.
  • 4 Dec – US General Thorpe at Java sent four messages warning
    of the PH attack. DC ordered him to
    stop sending warnings.
  • 5 Dec. – All Japanese international shipping had returned to
    home port.
  • 5 December – In the morning FDR dictated a letter to Wendell Wilkie
    for the Australian Prime Minister,
    “There is always the Japanese to consider. The situation is definitely
    serious and there might be an armed
    clash at any moment…Perhaps the next four or five days will decide
    the matters.”
  • 5 Dec. – At a Cabinet meeting, Secretary of the Navy Knox
    said, “Well, you know Mr. President, we
    know where the Japanese fleet is?” “Yes, I know” said FDR. ” I think we
    ought to tell everybody just how
    ticklish the situation is. We have information as Knox just
    mentioned…Well, you tell them what it is,
    Frank.” Knox became very excited and said, “Well, we have very secret
    information that the Japanese fleet is
    out at sea. Our information is…” and then a scowling FDR cut him off.
    (Infamy, Toland, 1982, ch 14
    sec 5)
  • 5 Dec. – Washington Star reporter Constantine Brown quotes a
    friend in his book The Coming of
    the Whirlwind
    p 291, “This is it! The Japs are ready to attack.
    We’ve broken their code, and we’ve read
    their ORDERS.”
  • 5 Dec. – Lt. Howard Brown of Station Cast in the Philippines
    received urgent request from
    Washington to listen for a short message from Tokyo which ended with
    the English word “stop”. He heard the
    message at 11:30 PM Hawaiian time Dec 6. This is the Hidden Word Code
    set up in a message of November 27
    (e.g. in code, Roosevelt=Miss Kimiko). The message was: “Relations
    between Japan and the following countries
    are on the brink of catastrophe: Britain and the United States.”
  • 6 December – This 18 November J19 message was translated by
    the Army:
    “1. The warships at
    anchor in the Harbor on the 15th were as I told you in my No.219 on
    that day. Area A — A battleship of the
    Oklahoma class entered and one tanker left port. Area C — 3 warships
    of the heavy cruiser class were at
    2. On the 17th the Saratoga was not in harbor. The carrier
    Enterprise, or some other vessel was in
    Area C. Two heavy cruisers of the Chicago class, one of the Pensacola
    class were tied up at docks ‘KS’. 4
    merchant vessels were at anchor in area D.
    3. At 10:00 A.M. on the
    morning of the 17th, 8 destroyers were
    observed entering the Harbor…” Of course this information was not
    passed to HI.
  • 6 Dec. – A Dec 2 request from Tokyo to HI for information
    about the absence of barrage balloons,
    anti-torpedo nets and air recon was translated by the Army.
  • 6 Dec. – at 9:30 P.M FDR read the first 13 parts of the
    decoded Japanese diplomatic declaration of
    war and said “This means war.” What kind of President would do nothing?
    When he returned to his 34 dinner
    guests he said, “The war starts tomorrow.”
  • 6 Dec. – the war cabinet: FDR, top advisor Hopkins, Stimson,
    Marshall, Secretary of the Navy Knox,
    with aides John McCrea and Frank Beatty “deliberately sat through the
    night of 6 December 1941 waiting for
    the Japs to strike.” (Infamy ch 16 sec 2)
  • 7 December – A message from the Japanese Consul in Budapest
    to Tokyo:
    “On the 6th, the American
    Minister presented to the Government of this country a British
    Government communique to the effect that a
    state of war would break out on the 7th.” The communique was the Dec
    5th War Alert from the British
    . It has disappeared. This triple priority alert was
    delivered to FDR personally. The Mid-East
    British Air Marshall told Col. Bonner Fellers on Saturday that he had
    received a secret signal that America
    was coming into the war in 24 hours. Churchill summarized the message
    in GRAND ALLIANCE page 601 as listing
    the two fleets attacking British targets and “Other Japanese
    fleets…also at sea on other tasks.” There only
    were three other fleets- for Guam, the Philippines and HI. 2 paragraphs
    of the alert, British targets only,
    are printed in AT DAWN WE SLEPT, Prange, p 464. There is no innocent
    purpose for our government to hide this
  • 7 December 1941 very early Washington time, there were two
    Marines, an emergency special detail,
    stationed outside the Japanese Naval Attache’s door. 9:30 AM Aides
    begged Stark to send a warning to Hawaii.
    He did not. 10 AM FDR read the 14th part, 11 A.M. FDR read the 15th
    part setting the time for the declaration
    of war to be delivered to the State Department at 1 PM, about dawn
    Pearl Harbor time, and did nothing. Navy
    Secretary Knox was given the 15th part at 11:15 A.M. with this note
    from the Office of Naval IQ: “This means
    a sunrise attack on Pearl Harbor today.” Naval IQ also transmitted this
    prediction to Hull and about 8
    others, including the White House (PHH 36:532). At 10:30 AM Bratton
    informed Marshall that he had a most
    important message (the 15th part) and would bring it to Marshall’s
    quarters but Marshall said he would take
    it at his office. At 11:25 Marshall reached his office according to
    Bratton. Marshall testified that he had
    been riding horses that morning but he was contradicted by Harrison,
    McCollum, and Deane. Marshall who had
    read the first 13 parts by 10 PM the prior night, perjured himself by
    denying that he had even received them.
    Marshall, in the face of his aides’ urgent supplications that he warn
    Hawaii, made strange delays including
    reading and re-reading all of the 10 minute long
    (and some parts several times) which took an hour and
    refused to use the scrambler phone on his
    desk, refused to send a warning by the fast, more secure Navy system
    but sent Bratton three times to inquire
    how long it would take to send his watered down warning – when informed
    it would take 30 or 40 minutes by
    Army radio, he was satisfied (that meant he had delayed enough so the
    warning wouldn’t reach Pearl Harbor
    until after the 1 PM Washington time deadline). The warning was in fact
    sent commercial without priority
    identification and arrived 6 hours late. This message reached all other
    addressees, like the Philippines and
    Canal Zone, in a timely manner.
  • 7 December – 7:55 A.M. Hawaii time AIR RAID PEARL HARBOR.
  • 7 December – 1:50 P.M. Washington time. Harry Hopkins, who
    was the only person with FDR when he
    received the news of the attack by telephone from Knox, wrote that FDR
    was unsurprised and expressed “great
    relief.” Eleanor Roosevelt wrote about December 7th in This I
    p 233, that FDR became “in a
    way more serene.” In the NY Times Magazine of October 8, 1944 she
    wrote: “December 7 was…far from the shock
    it proved to the country in general. We had expected something of the
    sort for a long time.”
  • 7 December – 3:00 PM “The (war cabinet) conference met in
    not too tense an atmosphere because I
    think that all of us believed that in the last analysis the enemy was
    Hitler…and that Japan had given us an
    opportunity.” Harry Hopkins (top KGB agent and FDR’s alter ego), Dec. 7
    Memo (Roosevelt and Hopkins R
    Sherwood, p. 431)
  • 7 December – 9 hours later, MacArthur’s entire air force was
    caught by surprise and wiped out in
    the Philippines. His reaction to the news of Pearl Harbor was quite
    unusual – he locked himself in his room
    all morning and refused to meet with his air commander General
    Brereton, and refused to attack Japanese
    forces on Formosa even under orders from the War Department. MacArthur
    gave three conflicting orders that
    ensured the planes were on the ground most of the morning. MacArthur
    used radar tracking of the Japanese
    planes at 140, 100, 80, 60, down to 20 miles to time his final order
    and ensure his planes were on the
    ground. Strategically, the destruction of half of all US heavy bombers
    in the world was more important than
    naval damage in Pearl Harbor. Either MacArthur had committed the
    greatest blunder in military history or he
    was under orders to allow his forces to be destroyed. If it were the
    greatest blunder in history, it is
    remarkable how he escaped any reprimand, kept his command and got his
    fourth star and Congressional Medal of
    Honor shortly later. Prange argued, “How could the President ensure a
    successful Japanese attack unless he
    confided in the commanders and persuaded them to allow the enemy to
    proceed unhindered?”
  • 7 December – 8:30 PM, FDR said to his cabinet, “We have
    reason to believe that the Germans have
    told the Japanese that if Japan declares war, they will too. In other
    words, a declaration of war by Japan
    automatically brings…” at which point he was interrupted, but his
    expectation and focus is clear. Mrs.
    Frances Perkins, Secretary of Labor, observed later about FDR: “I had a
    deep emotional feeling that something
    was wrong, that this situation was not all it appeared to be.” Mrs.
    Perkins was obsessed by Roosevelt’s
    strange reactions that night and remarked particularly on the
    expression he had:” In other words, there have
    been times when I associated that expression with a kind of
  • FDR met with CBS newsman Edward R. Murrow at midnight. Murrow, who
    had seen many statesmen in crises, was
    surprised at FDR’s calm reaction. After chatting about London, they
    reviewed the latest news from PH and then
    FDR tested Murrow’s news instincts with these 2 bizarre giveaway
    questions: “Did this surprise you?” Murrow
    said yes. FDR: “Maybe you think it didn’t surprise us?” FDR gave the
    impression that the attack itself was
    not unwelcome. This is the same high-strung FDR that got polio when
    convicted of perjury; the same FDR that
    was bedridden for a month when he learned Russia was to be attacked;
    the same FDR who couldn’t eat or drink
    when he got the Japanese order to sail.
  • 8 December – In a conversation with his speech writer
    Rosenman, FDR “emphasized that Hitler was
    still the first target, but he feared that a great many Americans would
    insist that we make the war in the
    Pacific at least equally important with the war against Hitler.”
  • Later, Jonathan Daniels, administrative assistant and press
    secretary to FDR said, “The blow was heavier
    than he had hoped it would necessarily be…But the risks paid off;
    even the loss was worth the price…”
  • FDR reminisced with Stalin at Tehran on November 30, 1943, saying
    “if the Japanese had not attacked the
    US he doubted very much if it would have been possible to send any
    American forces to Europe.” Compare this
    statement with what FDR said at the Atlantic Conference 4 months before
    Pearl: “Everything was to be done to
    force an ‘incident’ to justify hostilities.” Given that a Japanese
    attack was the only possible incident,
    then FDR had said he would do it.



Information Known in
Washington and Hawaii

October 9-December
7, 1941

Date Item Washington Kimmel Short
Oct. 9 “Bombplot” message X
Nov. 26-28 “Winds” setup message X X [1]
Nov. 26 Location of carriers X
Dec. 1 Japanese declaration of war X
Dec. 2-6 Code destruction X [2] X X
Dec. 4 “Winds execute” message X X
Dec. 4 US at war with Japan via ADB X
Dec. 5 British Admiralty Alert X
Dec. 6-7 “14 Part” message X
Dec. 7 “One o’clock” message X



[1] Admiral Kimmel learned of the “winds” code in a Nov. 28th
dispatch to him from the US Asiatic Fleet.
JCC, p. 470.

[2] DC informed HI that codes were being burned
world-wide so when they learned the local
consulate burned codes they would not go on alert.

[3] General
Short was given the Winds Execute by
British IQ.

Note that none of the 3 diplomatic messages or the
many naval messages identifying Pearl as
the target were forwarded (not to mention HUMINT). Only 5 of the 74 Navy
IQ packets delivered to FDR in the 2
weeks before Dec 7 can be found.




Two and only two courts of law have decided the issue of whether FDR
and Washington or the commanders in
Hawaii were responsible for the Pearl Harbor disaster. Both the Navy
Court and the Army Board found Washington
guilty (in 1944).

  • NAVY
    Court of Inquiry
  • !!!Top
    Secret ARMY
    Board Report!!! (30K),
    Oct, 1944, “Now let us turn to the fateful
    period between November 27 and December
    6, 1941. In this period numerous pieces of information came to our
    State, War, and Navy Departments in all of
    their Top ranks indicating precisely the intentions of the Japanese
    including the probable exact hour and
    date of the attack. ” In response to this report, Marshall offered his
    resignation – the sign of a guilty
    conscience. Marshall testified at the MacArthur hearings that he
    considered loyalty to his chief superior to
    loyalty to his country.
    on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack, Nov 15,
    1945 to May 31, 1946, proved that
    there had been so much reversion of testimony, coverup and outright
    lies that the truth would have to wait
    until all Pearl Harbor records were declassified.Most of the
    conspirators were military men, all men of
    FDR’s own choice, men who only followed orders and FDR never delegated
    authority. Stark, in answer to charges
    that he denied IQ to Hawaii, publicly offered a Nuremberg defense in
    August 1945 that everything he did
    pre-Dec 7, 1941 was on FDR’s orders. The handful of military men in DC
    responsible for the disaster at Pearl
    Harbor were directly under the control of FDR and were later promoted
    and protected from investigation;
    promoted with FDR’s full knowledge that they were responsible for not
    warning Hawaii. On the record,
    Intelligence tried to warn HI scores of times but were prevented by
    FDR’s men.




US Flag

Deaths: 2403; Wounded 1,178.

ships were sunk or seriously
damaged including 5 battleships


188 planes were destroyed and 162 were damaged.

Japanese Flag

Out of an attack force of 31 ships and 353 raiding
planes the Japanese lost:
64 deaths,

29 planes,
5 midget submarines.


The US was warned by, at least, the governments of Britain,
Netherlands, Australia, Peru, Korea and the
Soviet Union that a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor was coming. All
important Japanese codes were broken. FDR
and Marshall and others knew the attack was coming, allowed it and
covered up their knowledge. It’s
significant that both the the chief of OP-20-G Safford and Friedman of
Army SIS, the two people in the world
that knew what we decoded, said that FDR knew Pearl Harbor was going to
be attacked.

Nazi Flag

Pearl Harbor was not about war with Japan –
It was
about war with GERMANY

Most important was the promise FDR had made to the American people –
solemnly given and repeated–not to
send their sons into foreign war unless attacked (

did not mind violating that pledge. He merely feared the political
effect of the violation. Alsop and Kintner,
White House columnist pets, had written a short time before that “He
(Roosevelt) does not feel he can openly
violate them (his pledges). But he can get around them the smart way.”
They explained this meant getting the
Germans to shoot first. Then he could shoot back. But it was clear to
him by November that the Germans were
not going to shoot first. But FDR knew that he could force the Japanese
to do so.


  1. OBJECTIVE: War with Germany. How do you bait Hitler to declare war
    on you? You don’t get it by looking
  2. Direct provocation in Atlantic had failed – Hitler didn’t bite.
  3. FDR knew from magic that if Japan attacked, Germany would
    declare war.
  4. Therefore: the problem was how to maneuver Japan into firing the
    first shot or make the first overt act.
  5. Japan must succeed or Hitler would renege.

War with Japan was a given because they had to attack the
Philippines. If Japan’s fleet were destroyed, it
would defeat the purpose. It would have been obvious suicide for Hitler
to declare war if Japan were crippled
– it would allow the US to attack him without even the possibility of a
two-front war. That was what he had
just been avoiding for months. The plan could only work if Japan’s
attack succeeded. The lure of a weakened US
in a two-front war focused on Japan seemed to make a German war
declaration cost-free. But it was all a trap –
FDR was always going to ignore Japan and go after Hitler, for his
ultimate goal was to save his beloved Soviet

I Want You to Save Communism

November FDR ordered the Red Cross Disaster Relief director to secretly
prepare for
massive casualties at Pearl Harbor because he was going to let it be
attacked. When he protested to the
President, President Roosevelt told him that “the American people
would never agree to enter the war in
Europe unless they were attack [sic] within their own borders.”
Naval Institute – Naval History –
Advance Warning? The Red Cross Connection by Daryl S. Borgquist

that Pearl Harbor was a Japanese target? Answer: FDR planned
Pearl Harbor to be their target.
He ordered the ships in and the carriers out. Co-conspirator Churchill
wrote about Pearl Harbor that FDR and
his top advisers “knew the full and immediate
purpose of their enemy.”
) Churchill’s entire discussion of Pearl Harbor was a
justification of treason, e.g.: “A Japanese attack upon the U.S. was a
vast simplification of (FDR’s and
advisors’) problems and their duty. How can we wonder that they regarded
the actual form of the attack, or
even its scale, as incomparably less important than the fact that the
whole American nation would be

J. Edgar Hoover told his friends in early 1942 that
FDR had known about the Pearl Harbor
plan since the early fall. It was totally in character for FDR to
concoct such a plan. Not only had the US
Senate already censured FDR for utterly lacking moral perspective, but
as Walter Lippmann wrote: “his purposes
are not simple and his methods are not direct.”


  1. FDR had to do it to get into the war, as he himself later told
    Stalin. He needed massive public outrage
    and that required big sacrifice.
  2. Would he do it? Did he “love the Navy too much?” He was sacrificing
    ships in the Atlantic for the same
    purpose. Of course he would do it – he was doing it.
  3. He saved all the important elements of the fleet. In the spring he
    had sent many ships to the Atlantic.
    He kept the aircraft carrier Saratoga on the West Coast. And his
    sending of the two carrier groups out
    of harbor meant that not only they but also their fast escort ships
    would be saved – all the new ships
    stationed at Pearl Harbor were saved. Only WWI junk was left in harbor.
    Here is a list of all the ships saved
    Ships saved
    at Pearl December 7
  4. FDR’s attitude is best summed up by co-conspirator Admiral Bloch’s
    testimony to Congress, “The Japanese
    only destroyed a lot of old hardware. In a sense they did us a favor.”
  5. This was obviously FDR’s view as well, because on 7 December at
    2:15 PM, minutes after hearing of the
    attack and before any damage reports were in, FDR called Lord Halifax
    at the British Embassy and told him
    “Most of the fleet was at sea…none of their newer ships were in
    harbour.” He had protected the new ships,
    the important elements of the fleet, and that fact was at the forefront
    of his mind in relation to the
    attack. First, it means FDR didn’t care about the old ships. Secondly,
    it means he knew before the attack
    that only old ships were in harbor for the attack. Therefore, Pearl
    Harbor was “the first shot without too
    much danger to ourselves” he sought. FDR was the architect of the
    attack plot from the oil embargo to the
    ultimatum to the final touches of deciding who would live and who would

COVERUP BY SECRECY. Why does the government refuse to release all the
messages to the attack fleet, or any
JN-25 messages decoded before Dec 7? There is absolutely nothing about
national security to hide in JN-25. It
is a trivial and worthless 19th century code. The techniques for
cracking it had been published world-wide in
1931. The US government has proudly showed how they used JN-25 decrypts
after December 8 to win the Battle of
Midway which occurred 7 months after Pearl Harbor. Therefore, there is
nothing intrinsic about the code
itself, the means of cracking it, or the fact that we cracked it, that
has any national security implications
of any nature. What is the difference between decrypts from the Purple
machine and decrypts from JN-25? The
answer is simply that the JN-25 messages contained the final operational
details of the Pearl Harbor attack,
whereas the Purple did not.

WHAT ARE THEY HIDING? Why won’t they
let the truth out? Such secrecy breeds
mistrust in government. The only thing that is left to hide are JN-25
decrypts and worksheets showing that the
US and Britain monitored the Japanese attack fleet all the way to Pearl
Harbor. That is the scandal. That is
the big secret. It raises the issue of whether the NSA is accessory
after the fact to treason. However, the
secrecy and misdirection by the NSA about our capabilities with JN-25B
and pre-war messages proves there is
something very wrong. The NSA has systematically lied about the size of
the JN25 books by a factor of 4 and
about how many codebreakers worked on the code in 1941 by a factor of
22. The NSA is an evil Gestapo that is
committed neither to truth nor open government nor the rule of law. We
live an Orwellian history in which
treason is honored, in which FDR’s murder of thousands of young innocent
men is good. In a word, we are no
different from the tyranny we decry. A self-governing people must have
truth to make proper decisions. By
subverting the truth, the National Security Agency is subverting our

He who controls the past, controls the future. He who controls
the present, controls the past. –


Tokyo had to send the daily bomb-plots, cabled from its
Honolulu consulate, to the attack fleet by
JN-25 radio messages. The pilots had to get their target information.
“The news of the position of enemy ships
in Pearl Harbor comes again and again.” – Lt. Cmdr. Chigusa, executive
officer of the attack fleet’s
in his diary, December 4, 1941 (At Dawn We Slept, G.
Prange, page 453). FDR got it, too.
FDR knew the Japanese pilots’ targets as well as they did, because he
got their bomb-plots when they did. He
had their specific targets, ship by ship, in his hands at the White
House. These messages would prove
absolutely that FDR knew that the attack fleet’s target was Pearl Harbor
and therefore are not released. The
unnecessary and illogical secrecy about pre-December 7, 1941, JN-25
decoding is conclusive evidence that there
was wrongdoing at the highest levels.


FDR was a traitor for
maneuvering Japan into war with US – and that is known
and admitted – FDR was a traitor for sacrificing American lives, for
putting America in danger, for usurping
the Constitutional power of Congress to make war. Day of infamy, indeed;
he chose his words precisely with a
hidden double-meaning. Four days before the attack, FDR could have sent
telegrams of condolence to the
families of the sailors he was going to allow to be killed. Even today
there is a coverup, based on a
transparently bogus excuse of national security, that shows that our
government cannot face the truth about
what happened a half-century ago. Truth we owe the men of Pearl Harbor.
Until we tell the full truth, we
dishonor them and every soldier and sailor who gave their life for their
country. Should their lives have been
sacrificed for treason and no one know, they had died in vain. If their
honor cover treason – we are not a
nation of law. The Air Corps in the Philippines and the Navy at Pearl
were FDR’s bait, the oil embargo was his
stick, the end of negotiations was the tripwire in FDR’s game of shame –
a game of death for so many.
Roosevelt aided and abetted the murder of thousands of Americans.



The McCollum Memo: The Smoking
Gun of Pearl Harbor

The memo detailed an 8 step plan to
provoke Japan into attacking the United
States. President Roosevelt, over the course of 1941, implemented all 8
of the recommendations contained in
the McCollum memo. Following the eighth provocation, Japan attacked. The
public was told that it was a
complete surprise, an “intelligence failure”, and America entered World
War Two. [Memo



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