Jim and Diane Present – AXIS ANNIE and TOKYO ROSE – AMERICA IS NOT GREAT, Part 3, June 14, 2021
(Michael Walsh’s – our videos follow)
TOKYO ROSE AXIS SALLY
(More generic TEXT info on both of these at the very end of this email)
JAPAN vs The West
(Raising the Japanese Kids)
(REMINDER/REVIEW of AMERICA IS NOT GREAT videos, Pt 1 and 2)
America is NOT Great Again, Part 1
America is NOT Great Again, Part 2
JIM’S RIZOLI’S Channels
BITCHUTE – Jim Rizoli – https://www.bitchute.com/channel/kDHBE5vylTdI/
GOYIM TV – HOLOTRUTHER
WORLDTRUTH – JimRizoli – https://worldtruthvideos.org/@JimRizoli
BRIGHTEON – RizoliTV – https://www.brighteon.com/channels/jimrizoli
ARCHIVE Videos https://archive.org/details/@mrtapman_gmail_com
ZUNDEL VIDEOS – https://archive.org/details/ezarchive
THE SIX MILLION FACT OR FICTION
THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY REVISIONISTS (LOER)
Jim Rizoli Interviews Some of the Main Revisionists
METAPEDIA – JIM RIZOLI
- Mildred Gillars, a German-American who broadcast for Germany. She was "the first woman in US history to be convicted of treason" by the United States and "on 8 March 1949 was sentenced to ten to thirty years’ imprisonment."
- Rita Zucca, an Italian-American who broadcast for Italy
On their radio shows, the two Axis Sally personalities would typically alternate between swing music and propaganda messages aimed at American troops. These messages would emphasize the value of surrender, stoke fears that soldiers’ wives and girlfriends were cheating on them, and point out that the Axis powers knew their locations. American soldiers listened to Gillars’ broadcasts for the entertaining music even as they found her attempts at propaganda "laughable."
Tokyo Rose (alternative spelling Tokio Rose) was a name given by Allied troops in the South Pacific during World War II to all female English-speaking radio broadcasters of Japanese propaganda. The programs were broadcast in the South Pacific and North America to demoralize Allied forces abroad and their families at home by emphasizing troops’ wartime difficulties and military losses. Several female broadcasters operated using different aliases and in different cities throughout the Empire, including Tokyo, Manila, and Shanghai. The name "Tokyo Rose" was never actually used by any Japanese broadcaster, but it first appeared in U.S. newspapers in the context of these radio programs during 1943.
During the war, Tokyo Rose was not any one individual, but rather a group of largely unassociated women working for the same propagandist effort throughout the Japanese Empire. In the years soon after the war, the character "Tokyo Rose" – whom the FBI now avers to be "mythical" – became an important symbol of Japanese villainy for the United States. American cartoons, movies, and propaganda videos between 1945 and 1960 tend to portray her as sexualized, manipulative, and deadly to American interests in the South Pacific, particularly by revealing intelligence of American losses in radio broadcasts. Similar accusations concern the propaganda broadcasts of Lord Haw-Haw and Axis Sally, and in 1949 the San Francisco Chronicle described Tokyo Rose as the "Mata Hari of radio."
Tokyo Rose ceased to be merely a symbol during September 1945 when Iva Toguri D’Aquino, a Japanese-American disc jockey for a propagandist radio program, attempted to return to the United States. Toguri was accused of being the "real" Tokyo Rose, arrested, tried, and became the seventh person in U.S. history to be convicted of treason. Toguri was eventually paroled from prison in 1956, but it was more than 20 years later that she received an official presidential pardon for her role in the war.