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Saturday, January 25, 2014

The Great Evil of the Atomic Bomb in WWII and the American PTB

This is a great interview with Gar Alperovitz. I didn't realize how he actually published a book back in the early 60's, showing that the nuking of the Japanese in WWII was completely unnecessary. I also didn't realize was how long this fact had been around, but was suppressed by the evil right-wing elites and the horrible evil mass media. Who is aware that the US military was against this bombing, and that Truman and his SoS Byrnes pushed it? Whether it was all about making a show to Russia is not clear, there are of course deeper reasons for why the PTB wanted to deploy the first atomic weapon. It's still amazing to me that when I was arguing a few years ago, that the dropping of the atomic bomb was unnecessary but an act of evil, on this blog, some people were arguing that it wasn't true. As it turned out, I think the early stuff on the internet about the unnecessary slaughter of Japanese civilians by the US dropping atomic weapons on them, was from the "Barnes review", a site that also hosts "Holocaust revisionism" pieces. At the time, I stayed away from the Holocaust issue, but since then have become more educated, so to speak.

In any case, this interview shows the great evil of the "American" PTB.  I suspect that Truman and Byrnes, both fairly unsophisticated and uneducated men, were mere puppets in the great game of the evil PTB. The evil intent was clearly shown by the MASSIVE conventional bombing of Japan, on the day after dropping the atomic bombs.

It's funny


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The U.S. provoked the war on Japan and compounded its great sin when it
paid more attention to the radicals in the Japanese government who were against the notion of surrendering.

Both Eisenhower and Macarthur opposed the use of atomic bombs, a stance no doubt indluenced by their mutual political ambitions for high public office.

Tough call. The average American felt the hard loss of so many of its young men killed or maimed in action -- and Truman knew that.

7:45 AM  
Anonymous joe b said...

I read the book. in '99 or so. Also read "Day of Decit," by former sec of the navy, James Stinnett, about the attack on Pearl Harbor. He used the FOIA to gather his facts, from the state dept records. FDR had an 8 man commission whose job was to lure Japan into an attack. We cracked the code in Jan, knew every move they made.
Why isn't this in the history books? We know the reason: people claim to want the truth, but the biggest lies ever told are about wanting truth, seeking truth, finding truth, and accepting truth. We hate the truth.

2:10 PM  

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