Revisionist History, FDR, and Washington’s Insult to America



For all you baby boomers out there, here is your revisionist history lesson for the day. We-the-People are the proud owners of a New World War II monument in Washington, DC.

On the Pacific side of the memorial are the famous words of President Roosevelt when he announced the attack on Pearl Harbor. “Yesterday, December 7, 1941 – a date which will live in infamy – the United States was suddenly and deliberately attacked. With confidence in our armed forces, with the abounding determination of our people, we will gain the inevitable triumph.”

Sounds fitting and good doesn’t it. It is…until you compare these words to FDR’s actual words. Don’t get me wrong. It is true, this IS an exact quote as made in 1941. The problem arises upon what they left out.

FDR ended this sentence with “so help us God.”

As an American, I must ask WHY? These revisionist historians have NO right to remove GOD from his place of honor as spoken during this historic speech. Our children and our grandchildren deserve to know Roosevelt PUNCTUATED his speech with these famous words. Leaving them out takes the GLORY away from GOD!

We all know that political correctness has run amok in this country. This, however, is a travesty. It is nothing less than an insult to our WW II veterans, an insult to our Creator, an insult to future generations of Americans and an insult to the citizens whose TAXES paid for the construction.

WW II veterans REMEMBER Roosevelt’s speech! It is OUR responsibility to KNOW our history, perpetuate the TRUTH of our history, and stand against the “politically correct” revisionist visionaries as they attempt to create a humanistic, progressive, socialist utopia by destroying the very foundation of America.

WE ARE ONE NATION UNDER GOD.

Below is a link to the actual speech as given by FDR. Move forward to around the 6.30minute mark to hear, as Paul Harvey would say, “the rest of the story.”

This monument should be REPAIRED to reflect the truth. FDR asks Congress to declare war on Japan — History.com Audio


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