Saturday, December 7, 2013

"War Comes to America": Superb WWII Psyops Movie


When it comes to war propaganda, it doesn't get much better than Oscar winning director Frank Capra's "Why We Fight" series, made to keep Americans clamoring for more war and death to satisfy the Rothschilds and their banking empire.

You 'old fogies' or film buffs will recall Capra as a brilliant director, filming such classics as "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," and the rather utopian, "Lost Horizon," which I highly recommend.

Capra shows his cinematic genius in these films, for better or worse.

Why We Fight is a series of seven propaganda films commissioned by the United States government during World War II to demonstrate to American soldiers the reason for U.S. involvement in the war. Later on they were also shown to the general U.S. public to persuade them to support American involvement in the war.


Will Americans ever learn to think for themselves and see thru the JEW lies that constantly send our kids off to fight and die for bankers or will we forever stay enslaved?

2 comments:

  1. Will Americans ever learn to think for themselves and see thru the JEW lies that constantly send our kids off to fight and die for bankers or will we forever stay enslaved?

    Greg Bacon I want to shake your hand. A more succinct and honest sentence has yet to be written.

    Kudos!

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  2. Thanks, Mouser. The truth is easy to speak, but difficult to see... for many.

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