12/06/13 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show

Robert Stinnett, author of Day of Deceit: The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor, discusses FDR’s foreknowledge of the Pearl Harbor “sneak attack;” the McCollum memo’s 8-part plan to incite a Japanese attack; and how FDR did everything he could to undermine the isolationist bent of Americans in order to join the Allies in WWII.

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12/07/12 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show

Robert Stinnett, author of Day Of Deceit: The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor, discusses the evidence that FDR provoked the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor (8-point plan), had forewarning that the attack was coming (radio intercepts, code-breaking), and willingly sacrificed thousands of sailors to get isolationist America into WWII. Transcript Scott Horton: All right, y’all. Welcome back to the show. I’m Scott Horton, and … Continue reading 12/07/12 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show »

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12/07/11 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show

Robert Stinnett, author of Day of Deceit: The Truth about FDR and Pearl Harbor, discusses how he found the McCollum memo outlining the FDR administration’s eight step plan to provoke a Japanese attack while searching through the National Archives; the radio listening stations that intercepted the Japanese fleet’s coded transmissions, earlier decrypted by the US; official orders from Naval command to stand aside and let … Continue reading 12/07/11 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show »

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12/10/10 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show

This interview is excerpted from the KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles broadcast of December 10th. The entire half hour segment can be heard here. This interview of Robert Stinnett, author of Day of Deceit: The Truth about FDR and Pearl Harbor, covers much of the same material from his previous interview of December 7th. There are additional discussions about Stinnett’s 1982 discovery of Pearl Harbor’s … Continue reading 12/10/10 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show »

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12/07/10 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show

Robert Stinnett, author of Day of Deceit: The Truth about FDR and Pearl Harbor, discusses how FDR provoked and allowed the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in order to rally the American people to support US entry in WWII; the provocative McCollum memo that proposed an 8-part strategy to isolate and weaken Japan; new evidence that shows Admiral Kimmel was indeed privy to FDR’s plans; … Continue reading 12/07/10 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show »

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12/07/07 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show

Robert B. Stinnett, World War II Pacific US Navy veteran and author of Day of Deceit: The Truth About FDR and Pearl Harbor, discusses the treason of Franklin Delano Roosevelt in approving a policy to force Japan into striking first and deliberately allowing their navy to strike ours at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Transcript Scott Horton: Hi, my friends, welcome back to Antiwar … Continue reading 12/07/07 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show »

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06/01/03 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show

Philip Dru interviews Robert Stinnett, a Media Fellow at The Independent Institute, about his book Day of Deceit: The Truth About F.D.R. and Pearl Harbor. Audio Stream MP3 Link Transcript Philip Dru: This is the Weekend Interview Show. I am your host, Philip Dru, Administrator. My guest today is Robert Stinnett. He is a media fellow at The Independent Institute. He is the author of … Continue reading 06/01/03 – Robert Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show »

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01/29/05 – Robert B. Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show

Scott talks with Robert B. Stinnett about the Pearl Harbor deception, and about the continued scapegoating of FDR’s fall guys. The complete first hour. Audio Stream MP3 Link Transcript Scott Horton: All right, my friends, welcome back to The Weekend Interview Show. On December 6th, 1941, 80% of the American people wanted to stay out of the war in Europe. On December 7th, 1941, Japanese … Continue reading 01/29/05 – Robert B. Stinnett – The Scott Horton Show »

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Day of Deceit

When I first heard the accusation that FDR had deliberately allowed the attack on Pearl Harbor, on this day in 1941, I thought it impossible. That would be like saying we did it to ourselves. But it turned out that I was wrong. All that it meant was that some individuals did it to others. In this case, Roosevelt and his closest advisors, along with … Continue reading Day of Deceit »

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Secrecy and the Warfare State

by Scott Horton Antiwar.com July 05, 2005 Daniel Ellsberg is quite a remarkable man. He defied the law, his future, an entire career’s worth of brainwashing, and important friendships in order to leak the truth about the Vietnam War to the people of America. Richard Nixon so feared the man that he sent CIA hitmen to “incapacitate him totally” – whatever that means. They wimped … Continue reading Secrecy and the Warfare State »

Man, Technology and State

By Scott Horton Antiwar.com February 27, 2005 It’s clear at this point in the history of our nation that the national government is not limited in any serious way by the restrictions placed upon it in the Constitution. The limited republic envisioned by the founders has given way to unlimited democracy and empire. Government will likely encroach more and more on what had previously been … Continue reading Man, Technology and State »

The Show

for today: Robert B. Stinnett. 11-1 pm Central, KAOS959.com.