|Posted by George Freund on September 11, 2011 at 11:05 AM|
NOTE DATE DEC. 7, 1907 NOTE VOL XL
VOL in numbers is 22 15 12 is 39 Year the war started.
XL is 40 in Roman Numerals
NO is 14 15 The difference is ONE
40 ONE Dec. 7th 1941
NOTICE THE BATTLESHIPS!!!
IN THE LOWER LEFT IS A LITTLE PIRATE SHIP
NOTICE THE THREE BATTLESHIPS ON DEC. 7th 1941
NOTICE THE GREEN ANOMALY IN THE WATER
A LONG STRIP OFF THE TIP IS MOLOKAI
NOTICE THE WHITE FLAG ON THE DESTROYER USS SELFRIDGE
US Military Flags
A plain white flag is the international symbol of surrender or truce. The flag indicates peace and is usually flown or waved in times of war. Soldiers who are carrying a white flag should not be fired on and in turn they should not fire upon anyone. If an individual negotiator is carrying the white flag it means he is unarmed and has come in peace with the intent to surrender or negotiate.
The Japanese Ambassador was negotiating at the time of war.
RED FLAG A PIRATE FLAG NO LIFE TO BE SPARED BLOOD!!!
The origin of the name Jolly Roger is uncertain and there are a few theories about it, but many people think it came from the French term "Jolie Rouge"; which means pretty red. Red pirate flags were seen often at sea, in the late 1600's, as English Privateers flew them. Around 1714, many privateers turned to piracy and still flew the red pirate flag, which stood for blood. Pirates often had two flags at this time, a plain red pirate flag and a plain black pirate flag. The black pirate flag meant prisoners would be taken and the red pirate flag meant no mercy. Sailors hated to see the black pirate flag, but the red pirate flag one was much worse as it meant no life would be spared. The term Jolly Roger was also used for the skull and crossbones which came into use around 1700. Another pirate flag legend states the name may come from the English word "roger" which means a wandering vagabond: "Old Roger" was a name given to the devil.
The Jolly Roger was used to intimidate ships into surrendering and giving up their cargo, this was often done without a shot being fired. If the ship resisted the Jolly Roger it was often taken down and replaced with the red pirate flag, which meant the pirates would show no mercy. Word quickly spread that it was a good idea to surrender peacefully. The sight of a Jolly Roger did have some drawbacks. If a ship saw it in time and was far enough away, it would often escape and warships were often given orders to fire at any ship flying the flag.
The flag is still used today by Royal Navy submarines which fly it after "a kill" when entering port, a tradition which started in World War II. American destroyers have also frequently flown the Jolly Roger, or pirate flag, as an unofficial flag.
DEC. 7th, 1907 A DAY THAT WARNED OF INFAMY.
I guess the brass didn't read the newspapers.
In 1902 Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) studied at Harvard with a Japanese student who advised him about the 12 step 100 year plan the Japanese devised in 1889 to dominate the world. It culminated in taking over the Pacific region including Hawaii as well as Australia and New Zealand. It appears whether he ever knew it or not our student may very well have been the time catalyst that changed the destiny of history.
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