The Shepp Report

Special Edition


Remembering Pearl Harbor


December 7, 2018



History of the CV-10.

USS Yorktown, CV-10, The Fighting Lady

"America in the early 1940s was filled with a great and determined patriotic society that quickly responded to the attack against America's naval force at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, on an early Sunday morning that killed many Americans still in their beds. Young men and women back on home soil, many in their teens, responded immediately by signing up to serve and to be apart of taking the war to the enemy, those brave Americans not caring about today's safe places.

It would create an effort so huge that many factories manufacturing products for consumers would be turned into war machines almost overnight from coast to coast, ready to build tens-of-thousands of ships and planes that would soon be transported overseas to help our soldiers and sailors meet the enemy head on. Few at the time understood the sacrifices that would have to be made if they were to win. That America in WWII accomplished this in less than four years, winning the war on September 2, 1945, a date known as V-J Day.

Account of Japanese commander who sank the Yorktown at Midway on June 4, 1942.

USS Yorktown, CV-5, sunk at the battle of Midway, 1942.

Those Americans back in 1941 were almost 180 degrees different from the progressive population of today. It was a united population proud of its country, its history and its founding.

Their guts and determination made them a moral compass the world would later envy. Those Americans would "set the benchmark" to protect individual freedom while fighting others around the globe who would try to mold free societies into collectives to serve their progressive fascism.

That American passion would be reflected in the fighting ship, Yorktown, that represented many of the war machines built by women in WWII left behind to protect the home front. The Navy recognized the women's spectacular feat of building that huge, heroic aircraft carrier in fewer than two years by nicknaming her The Fighting Lady. It was a time when America was a melting pot of strength and pride of accomplishment where everyone blended together to run the engine of the country.

Eighty years later those Americans are gone, replaced by a progressive socialist leadership that pushes fascism born "from diversity's hammer of lies." We are no longer a melting pot of immigrants from all over the world, but instead a salad bowl where every part can be seen and then divided against itself, the way of the collective.

Think of it this way.

Those Americans accomplished their great feat of winning World War II from November 1941 to September 1944. In that same period of time Barack H. Obama, a Harvard graduate who had been trained under the Power Points of Saul Alinsky, would take longer to construct a single Web site dedicated to enrolling Americans into a socialist healthcare system than our men and women took to win WWII. That's because his government bureaucracy had been filled to the brim with liberal progressives following Czar leadership, better know today as the deep state.

In other words, those former Americans in WWII built an entire fighting machine and won the war in the same time Obama was trying to build a single Web site, then waited for others to tell him when it was done.

What better example since Pearl Harbor could you find for America's authority being turned upside down than under the progressive leadership of a liberal and Harvard educated President who left office less than a year ago. It was under his watch a U.S. Navy recruitment ad had been produced, which no longer defended "justice for all" but instead "fairness for all," a terminology picked up from the sexual orientation movement.

If you're an older citizen, you know America was always about "Justice for All," never about the fair treatment of all. Fair treatment is wishful thinking and impossible to obtain, a Marxist social justice term that represents the collective. At the same time many progressive blacks in the U.S. Congress mocked a real African-American hero, retired Lt. Col. West, who served 22 years in the U.S. Army. These progressive racists believed West wasn't "black enough" to represent them in Congress, and did their best to stop him from serving a second term.

Lech Walesa tried to warn the America people their ship was sailing into dark waters. If you have forgotten, Walesa is the famous Polish freedom fighter who defended his country against Russian fascism in the 1970s, and for his effort won the Nobel Peace Prize when the award actually meant something before Norwegian socialists controlled it. This Cold War hero in 2010 told the American people that through their current lifestyles and elected leadership, America was no longer the moral authority of the world.

America could have paid a price. Other countries might have seen her as no longer the willing protector of individual freedoms any more. It is people who make up a nation and not a nation that makes up a people. But then there was the election of November 2016 that changed everything.



Where Are These Heroes Today?

WWII Movie Stars, America's Hollywood Heroes



Former American Heroes Can Be Found Throughout History, Such As Those Who Served On The USS Laffey In WWII

You can visit the Laffey at Patriot's Point in Charleston, SC, and actually sit in the front terent and watch a similated attack from WWII, which shakes the floor of the gun turret.

"Laffey, 'The ship that wouldn't die,' was attacked by Kamikazes off Okinawa on April 15 1945, and was struck by four bombs and five kamikaze aircraft resulting in 103 casualties with 32 dead and 71 wounded. One sailor on a ship going to the Laffey's aid remembers bodies all over her deck.

A direct hit on the Laffey's forward 20-mm gun mount ripped its thick shield open like a tin can, the plane's engine embedding in the turret. Many of the 14 men inside that turret were wounded or killed. You can experience what that day was like on the Laffey through an audio/video demonstration inside the repaired turret at Patriot's Point, Charleston, SC." -




WWII: The Ship That Wouldn't Die

World War II kamikaze attacks bring out heroes such as those on the destroyer USS Laffey - YouTube

( USS Laffey is on display in Charleston, SC, at Patriot's Point. Don't miss the front turret video if you visit.)

Video Source: YouTube



Actual Surviving Color Film From November 7, 1941

Pearl Harbor in Color: Actual color film from 1941. - CVL23USSPRINCETON

Video Source: YouTube



Freedom Betrayed: Herbert Hoover's Secret History of the Second World War and Its Aftermath - Amazon



Virtual tour of the National Museum of the Pacific War - YouTube
Video Source: YouTube



First Shot Fired . . . U.S. Navy Sinks Japanese Sub

Okeanos Explorer 2016 examines Japanese sub sunk at Pearl Harbor - NOAA / ABCNews
Video Source: YouTube



In December 2013, Barack Obama Honored The Dead From Pearl Harbor By Posting A Photo Of Himself On His Facebook Page.

Socialist president, Barack Obama, honors those who were lost in Pearl Harbor with a photo of himself on his Facebook page. - Webmaster

On Pearl Harbor Day in 2013, Obama would post photos of himself — In 2017 Trump invites WWII Veterans to THEIR White House - GatewayPundit

Photo Source: GatewayPundit







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