The Obama Regime’s prolonged attempt to blame the anticipated and well-coordinated terrorist attack on our Libyan consulate that resulted in the horrific death of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans on an obscure American YouTube video has caused some to reexamine Pearl Harbor in a new light:
Celebrated historian Bertram Oxley has uncovered a memorandum from former Japanese Emperor Hirohito to Admiral Yamamoto dated December 6, 1941, showing that the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was motivated by an offensive film made by Charlie Chaplin ridiculing Japanese cuisine.
“Contrary to historical accounts over the last seventy years,” Professor Oxley said in an interview today with the BBC, “What appeared to be a meticulously planned surprise attack was actually a spontaneous demonstration by moderate sushi connoisseurs in the Imperial Navy in response to a hateful and offensive movie. Thereafter, extremist elements within the Japanese military co-opted the spontaneous attack, transforming it into the overseas contingency operation sometimes referred to as ‘World War II.’”
If only Roosevelt had apologized to Hirohito instead of rushing to war, thousands of lives could have been saved. Tom Hanks must have been right; we only fought the Japanese because we are racists. Fortunately now that America leads from behind, such a tragedy could never happen again.
On a tip from Stormfax.