December 7, 1941 is a day said to live in infamy – but even more infamous is the history that we have not been told. While this information is not hidden from the American public, it is not freely disclosed or openly discussed as part of the official history. In his analysis of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Douglas Dietrich discloses details that cast an entirely different light upon the U.S. and Japan’s involvement in World War II in this special interview with George Noory.
Douglas Dietrich was a Department of Defense research librarian for almost a decade. He was responsible for incinerating highly classified materials on critical historical topics such as Pearl Harbor, Roswell, Viêt-Nam, and the different ethnic holocausts. His background in military reference and experiences in mercenary/security enforcement exposed him to startling insights into geopolitics, the current demographic apocalypse, and the medical-industrial complex thanatizing our future.