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Morgan Reynolds on “Cunning Pretexts for War: Lincoln, Roosevelt and 9/11”

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Last month on Pearl Harbor Day, Morgan Reynolds gave a talk in Hot Springs, Arkansas citing New Left historian William Appleman Williams: “Put simply, the cause of the Civil War was the refusal of Lincoln and other northerners to honor the revolutionary right of self-determination—the touchstone of the American Revolution.” Lincoln, Morgan said, had to manipulate South Carolina into firing the first shot of the Civil War – a “cunning pretext” if not a false flag. Morgan then made the connection to Franklin Roosevelt and the orchestration of Pearl Harbor via the eight-point-plan to force Japan to strike the first blow.

Are Lincoln and FDR not just overrated, but bloody tyrants who tricked, not led, the USA into evil, not good, wars? And is that why the neocon satanists love them so much? Read Morgan’s article Cunning Pretexts for War: Lincoln, Roosevelt and 9/11, listen to this interview, and decide for yourself.

Morgan Reynolds is the former director of the Criminal Justice Center at the National Center for Policy Analysis headquartered in Dallas, Texas. He served as chief economist for the United States Department of Labor during 2001–2002, George W. Bush’s first term. In 2005, he gained public attention as the first prominent government official to publicly claim that 9/11 was an inside job.

Different war, same lies (and same imagery)

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