September 11, 1941
Charles Lindbergh Warns of U.S. Entry Into World War II
In this classic and timely speech the legendary Charles Lindbergh warns against the United States involving herself in European wars and of the encroaching militarism and pro-war hysteria under the FDR administration. He gave this presentation at an America First rally a few months prior to the December 7, 1941 "surprise attack" by Japan on the U.S. naval base Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. Prior to the Japanese attack a majority of the American people wanted no part in the conflicts raging in Europe and Asia. But behind the scenes President Roosevelt, while promising to keep the U.S. out of the regional conflicts, was secretly steering the country into them.
Charles Lindbergh Stands Against Military Interventionism, War Hawks
Charles Lindbergh warns against America involving herself in European wars and stands up for U.S. independence. One only need to look at how far our government has come to transforming into an imperialist and militarist power to fully understand Lindbergh's prophetic message.
Links to informative writings by The New American, Lew Rockwell.com, Mises.org, and other sources of related interest:
Dauntless High Flyer
Charles Lindbergh campaigned to keep the United States out of war as leader of the America First Committee, then placed himself in harm's way when we did go to war.
The 'Good War' and Defend America First
Why They Hate the America First Committee
America's Will to War: The Turning Point
John T. Flynn and the Myth of FDR
American Isolationism, 1939-1941
Libertarians Must Never Warm to the Warfare State
Pearl Harbor: The Facts Behind the Fiction
The raid on Pearl Harbor took the U.S. Pacific Fleet by surprise, but back in Washington, the Roosevelt administration was fully aware of the coming onslaught.
Motives Behind the Betrayal
No explanation of Pearl Harbor is more consistent with the facts than to cast blame for the treachery on pro-Communist and globalist influences within FDRs administration.
Why We Fought
Despite popular misconceptions, America's involvement in WWII was brought on not by isolationism but by globalism—a concerted, clandestine effort to build world government.
The FDR Legacy: Lest We Forget
FDR's Patriot Purge
In its efforts to suppress patriotic dissent, the pro-soviet FDR administration used many of the tactics falsely attributed to Senator Joe McCarthy.
A Precedent of Silencing Dissent
Minding Our Own Business
American foreign policy has moved away from the prudent non-interventionism of the founders to the present policy of global police action and empire building.
Fallacies of Isolationism Exposed
More Americans Think U.S. Should "Mind its Own Business"
Sowing the Wind: Myths and Realities of the Second World War
In 1919, a group of patriotic senators saved America from becoming entangled in the fledgling League of Nations. These stalwart souls became known as "The Irreconcilables."
Defenders of Sovereignty
Imperialism, Noninterventionism, and Revolution: Opponents of the Modern American Empire
The Other Charles Lindbergh
A Century of War: Lincoln, Wilson, and Roosevelt
The Costs of War: America's Pyrrhic Victories
Reassessing the Presidency: The Rise of the Executive State and the Decline of Freedom
The Crime Called World War I
Defending the Non-Interventionist Foreign Policy of Our Founders
The Hiroshima Myth
FDR, Pearl Harbor and the United Nations
War, Peace, and the State
War Collectivism: Power, Business, and the Intellectual Class in World War I
Great Wars and Great Leaders: A Libertarian Rebuttal
Pearl Harbor: The Seeds and Fruits of Infamy
Why We Fight
Deceiving Us Into War
Rethinking the Good War
The "Global Democratic Revolution"
Neoconservatism's Deadly Influence
Neocons and Total War
No Accident: The Continuing Betrayal of American Interests Is a Matter of Policy
Seven Myths About the Vietnam War
Framework for World Government
Toward a Global Police State
An Internationalist Primer
Bring 'em Home!
The Toll of U.S. Foreign Aid