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Irwin Pressman: A Canadian Pearl Harbor

George Elliot tried to warn the Navy about the waves of Japanese planes that he saw on his radar screen at Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941. He was ignored.  https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-man-who-tried-to-stop-pearl-harbor. The University  Committee who sentenced Egerton Ryerson’s name to be erased  was not provided the correct information. The University will be publicly shamed once the true history is published and made known. A Canadian Pearl Harbor.

Irwin Pressman

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  1. Half-truths, misinformation and outright lies are the MO for todays Captains of Industry, news mediums and groups with a personal agenda. The general public is too naive to understand there may be another side to the story or claim; if it is on the internet it has to be true. However, it is quite often the perpetrators of those lies that is providing the material found on web sites and the internet.

    The truth will always come out in due time. This begs the question …. what does society need to do to address the misinformation with those passing on the misinformation. Are they still responsible for their actions or do they get a free pass.

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A Canadian Pearl Harbor

George Elliot tried to warn the Navy about the waves of Japanese planes that he saw on his radar screen at Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941. He was ignored.  https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-man-who-tried-to-stop-pearl-harbor. The University  Committee who sentenced Egerton Ryerson’s name to be erased  was not provided the correct information. The University will be publicly shamed once the true history is published and made known. A Canadian Pearl Harbor.

Irwin Pressman