I do, I know the history of our isolationist doctrine in the early stages of WW2.
I should have elaborated more. My point was that once we engaged ourselves in the War, we did so not by building fortresses around our nation and stationing all of our ships just off of our coasts. But instead, we took the battle to them and hit them very hard.
My point was that had the attack on Pearl Harbor inspired us to go entirely on the defense and never go on the attack, the war would have likely been lost.
Those in the intelligence communities are saying that the Russian attack on us was greater in effect then that of 9/11/2001, yet, a significant percentage of our population doesn’t believe that it happened. Or that if it did, it’s nothing to worry about.
I agree with everything that you’re saying here.
Back on November 10th, 2016 I wrote this piece which talks briefly about the ‘death to jews’ American idealogy in the early stages of WW2:
In 1883, at the age of 34, Emma Lazarus penned a poem which would, in 1903, be cast in a bronze plaque and mounted in…medium.com
Back on February 21st, I wrote this about the attacks on September 11th, 2001:
Fifteen years, five months and twelve days worth of time should dim ones memories of a day and typically it would. But…gloriouspublication.com
Again, you are 100% correct, people need to know the totality of history to properly assess what is going on now and what could be coming.