“The fear of failure is often worse than failure itself.” -- Shiv Khera
Historians have copiously documented that the United States of America went into World War II because the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. This is the truth but not the whole truth. The whole truth is that the U.S. had a rabid fear of the Germans dominating the world and denying them their much cherished freedom and liberty. Remember that the U.S. was founded, built and currently thrives on the ideals of freedom and liberty. Adolph Hitler and his Nazi Germany were a threat to these ideals. Hitler himself did not cease to tout the superiority of his Aryan race and his ambition to conquer the whole world. This unbridled ambition would have brought him into inevitable conflict with the U.S. whether the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor or not. This is the whole truth. The fear of being conquered and denied their much cherished freedom and liberty was the foremost motivator for the U.S. to get involved in World War II.
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