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Humans Corrupted from Within by Their OwnNievete of the American Population The tragedies throughout our history emulate the fact that the American population is too easily convinced of true lies and therefore too nave They are just too gullible for their own good Pearl Harbor is just one of the large events in our history that elaborates the navet of our population My grandfather just happened to experience this terrible tragedy first hand as he was on vacation with his family in Hawaii when the Pearl Harbor attack occurred Granted he was only about ten years old he has told my relatives and I many stories about peoples reactions and rationale around what had happened and how they were influenced by the misguided of our society Some of his stories include his opinion on the mind-set of many people in relation to how the governments knowledge and awareness to the Japanese activity He says that the people of the time all believed the government to be completely innocent of any wrongdoing or negligence in the matter although the government later released evidence proving their neglect of the obvious possibilities Now I am no expert but I know for a fact that governments are set in place so as to protect the people and their rights of their countries at all costs no matter how great Which I must follow with saying they did not do either in the case of December 7th 1941 So in my eyes Pearl Harbor was a rather expected strike that was delivered to the American government although they passed it off as a complete surprise rather superbly I must add With the recent attack on the United States during September 11th forever engraved in the back of our minds I see the same situation resurrecting itself in the same manner only 60 years later This opinion revealed itself to me one day during an intelligent political conversation with
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