As I showed in my blog post yesterday, the Japanese attack was hardly unprovoked, given Roosevelt's actions that were designed to provoke Japan into "firing the first shot," which would enable Roosevelt to exclaim: We've been attacked! We are shocked! This is a day that will live in infamy! Now give me my declaration of war so that I can enter World War II.
Given the outrage over what the court historians and the U.S. mainstream press have long maintained was an unprovoked attack by Japan on the United States, why have these same court historians and mainstream media outlets given a pass to the U.S. government for initiating an unprovoked attack on Cuba at the Bay of Pigs in 1961?