Charles Lindbergh's speech to the America First Committee on September 11, 1941

This is submitted for your review and critique. Pls read the speech in its entirety. These are the ghosts of history and makes for chilling reading, regardless if one agrees with it. Does this have any relevance with 911 2001? One wonders.

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Charles Lindbergh's speech to the America First Committee on September 11, 1941

Charles Lindbergh's speech to the America First Committee on September 11, 1941 (same day as the ground-breaking ceremony for the Pentagon). Hidden history repeats!

See : for background on Sep 11,1941 Pentagon Groundbreaking Ceremony.

Amazing speech... Thanks for sharing

When I realized it was from 11-Sep-1941, I gulped, this sounds like it could have (or should have) been given anytime over the last few years !!!

...and they say "History Never Repeats" or something like that !!!

Charles Lindbergh was a great man and a REAL American patriot.

Thanks and best wishes

Thank you very much 911veritas

Of all the posts I have had the pleasure of making, this is IMHO one of the most significant.

The true depth and scope of the policies and agendas that influences decision making in D.C is covered in this speech. If we look deeply into what he is saying and listen to his voice. You can get the audio links for the speech from the website listed.

Charles Lindbergh has made many speeches and his WISDOM echoes through time.

We can learn so much from history and the true answer behind the dark and secret forces behind 911 and its ultimate AGENDA for EMPIRE may very well be buried in history.

The answer to the Future may well be in History.

If you have time, pls do contact me - Vincent at

Have a Good Day and God Bless.

The CONSTITUTION is NOT going to "collapse" into pulverized dust no matter how much thermate/explosives or planes they throw at it

What is anti-semitism?

Here's what someone who wrote an award winning biography about Lindbergh had to say --

ELIZABETH FARNSWORTH: You include many quotes in your book from Lindbergh that leave little doubt that he was, it seems to me, anti-Semitic. He talks about a "western wall of race and arms--" speaks of inferior blood. He refers to Jews as -- American Jews -- as having interests different from "ours." Did you end up with the belief that he was anti-Semitic?

A. SCOTT BERG: Well, I do believe he was anti-Semitic in ways that even he didn't realize he was anti-Semitic. I ask a lot of Jewish friends and a lot of my own family what their definition of an anti-Semite is, and some of them just very readily say "Somebody who hates Jews." And I say "if that's your definition, I don't believe Charles Lindbergh was an anti-Semite." I don't believe he hated Jews. Indeed, he did help some Jews get out of Nazi Germany, and indeed he did have some Jewish friends. At the same time, I think he was guilty of that other, more genteel kind of anti-Semitism, which is in some ways more insidious, because it is covert. And Lindbergh really was one of those who didn't realize he was anti-Semitic, but he did believe they were different from the rest of Americans. He believed they controlled the media and the government in this country. He believed they had their own agenda that was different from the American agenda. And that's just -- that's just anti-Semitism, neat and clean.

It's true -- I'd call it judeophobia

But it's interesting that here, he semantically equates Jews and the British as "races":

"I am not attacking either the Jewish or the British people. Both races, I admire. But I am saying that the leaders of both the British and the Jewish races, for reasons which are as understandable from their viewpoint as they are inadvisable from ours, for reasons which are not American, wish to involve us in the war."

I think "race" is the wrong word to use for either of these groups.

I'm in the middle of reading The Plot Against America, a novel by Philip Roth based on the premise that Lindbergh won the election against Roosevelt and kept the US out of the war, written from the perspective of a Jewish kid. I highly recommend it.