Franklin D. Roosevelt

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Franklin Delano Roosevelt (30 January 1882 – 12 April 1945), also known by his initials, FDR, was President of the United States (1933–1945), leading the United States during the Great Depression and World War II.


Conservatives/libertarians have criticized the expansion of the size and the power of the government during Roosevelt.

The Roosevelt (and other) administrations have been argued to have been extensively infiltrated (including at very high levels) by Communist agents with effects such as moving American foreign policy in pro-Soviet directions.[1]

Various World War II revisionists have questioned the causes and effects of United States participation in World War II. Revisionists critical of the orthodox view on the attack on Pearl Harbor have argued that Roosevelt and/or members in the Roosevelt administration deliberately incited and even had foreknowledge of/enabled the attack in order to bring the United States into the war. Before this, Roosevelt has been argued to have played an important role in starting the war in Europe by inciting other countries against National Socialist Germany. A large Jewish influence (and anti-German influence) during the Roosevelt administration and Roosevelt himself being of (partially) Jewish ancestry have also been argued. See the "External links" section regarding more details.

The very influential Jewish financier Bernard Baruch had powerful positions during both WWI and WWII. He was also a "prominent confidant" of both Churchill and Roosevelt. "As Sherwood (1948: 111) recounts, Churchill—then still First Lord of the Admiralty—said this to Baruch: “War is coming very soon. We will be in it and you (the United States) will be in it. You (Baruch) will be running the show over there, but I will be on the sidelines over here.”"[2] Baruch was also closely associated with Dwight D. Eisenhower.

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  1. M. Tanton Evans and Herbert Romerstein: Stalin’s Secret Agents, The subversion of Roosevelt’s government, Threshold Editions, New York 2012
  2. The Jewish Hand in the World Wars, Part 2