Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Real History Revealed: 71 Years Ago Today, The United States Committed An Act Of Mass Genocide By Needlessly Atomic Bombing The Japanese City Of Nagasaki

On my weekend rant, I touched on the 6th of August being the 71st anniversary of the needless and genocidal act by the United States in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima... Proof has finally come forward over the last few decades that clearly shows that the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima by the B29 nicknamed Enola Gay was indeed a clear act of genocide and was indeed unnecessary considering the facts that Japan was absolutely willing to surrender to the United States as early as late 1944....

And today of course marks the 71st anniversary of the absolutely unnecessary atomic bombing of the Japanese city of Nagasaki.... That bombing came 3 days after Hiroshima was obliterated, and again, history has proven that Nagasaki was destroyed in a cold blooded act of mass genocide....

To show the facts that Nagasaki just like Hiroshima was indeed an act of genocide by the criminal Truman regime in the United States, I want to turn to a most interesting article courtesy of the Aletho News online blog, at www.alethonews.wordpress.com, that is entitled: "Hiroshima, Nagasaki and the Big Historical Lie" that is a must see by everyone... I have it right here, and of course my own thoughts and comments to follow:

Hiroshima, Nagasaki and the Big Historical Lie

By orwellwasright | August 6, 2013
It is perceived wisdom throughout the Western world – particularly America – that the dropping of two nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki was “necessary” to end the war with Japan. Printed throughout textbooks in the post-war world, the understanding is that, had these targets not been struck, the war would have waged on indefinitely, with potentially untold American soldier and Japanese civilian deaths.
As the world commemorates the 68th anniversary of the attacks, however, it is important to take a step back and view the catastrophic event not through the prism of propaganda and mythologizing, but instead through the lens of historical scrutiny. For, as is often the case, the disparity between “Official History” and reality is characterized by lies and deceptions bolstered by patriotism and American exceptionalism.
We are told repeatedly that, without the use of weapons which current Hiroshima Mayor Kazumi Matsui refers to as the “ultimate inhumane weapon and an absolute evil”, Japan would never have surrendered. We are told that President Truman was troubled by the mounting Allied casualties, and that the Joint Chiefs had told him to expect 1,000,000 dead Americans in the pending attack on the Japanese home islands. Yet this figure is a complete fabrication, invented by Secretary of War Stimson. No such claim was made by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Truman himself, in different statements, asserted “thousands of lives would be saved,” and “a quarter of a million of the flower of our young manhood was worth a couple of Japanese cities,” and also “I thought 200,000 of our young men would be saved by making that decision.” None of these statements were based on any evidence.
The alleged indefatigability of the Japanese military and their unwillingness to surrender is also a proven myth. By the summer of 1945 their position was hopeless and numerous attempts to surrender had already been made. Brigadier Gen. Carter W. Clarke stated: “We brought them down to an abject surrender through the accelerated sinking of their merchant marine and hunger alone, and when we didn’t need to do it, and we knew we didn’t need to do it, and they knew that we knew we didn’t need to do it, we used them as an experiment for two atomic bombs.”
Truman knew weeks before the Potsdam Conference, which began in July, 1945, that the Japanese were making overtures to surrender, the only condition being the retention of the Emperor. But Truman was determined to test the new bombs. In the words of General Douglas McArthur: ”The war might have ended weeks earlier, he said, if the United States had agreed, as it later did anyway, to the retention of the institution of the emperor.” In the end, the US agreed to the terms of the Japanese surrender anyway – but not until they had tested their new weapons and caused the deaths of 100,000s of innocent civilians.
In reality, most of the military top brass were disgusted at the decision to bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki and understood completely that it served no military purpose whatsoever. Admiral William D. Leahy, the President’s Chief of Staff said, “The use of this barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were already defeated and ready to surrender.” This view was reiterated by Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, who said, “The Japanese had, in fact, already sued for peace… The atomic bomb played no decisive part, from a purely military standpoint, in the defeat of Japan.”
So what is the truth about the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Why, when intelligence agencies knew months in advance that contingency plans for a large-scale invasion were completely unnecessary and that Japan desperately sought peace, did they, as Admiral Leahy put it, adopt “an ethical standard common to the barbarians of the Dark Ages”?
There are two main reasons. Firstly, the Russians had entered the Japanese war and were making striking advances through Manchuria, decimating the already weakened Japanese army. Indeed, their role was pivotal – as Air Force General Claire Chennault stated: “Russia’s entry into the Japanese war was the decisive factor in speeding its end and would have been so even if no atomic bombs had been dropped.” The last thing the American leadership wanted was for Russia to receive equal spoils of war and emerge from the war as a superpower equal to the US.
In this sense, the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are more accurately perceived as the opening salvos of the Cold War, rather than the final shots fired in the Second World War – the Cold War was, after all, defined essentially as a balance of nuclear powers; realpolitik and the primacy of power where the arms race and military insanity took supremacy over diplomacy.
The other, far more sinister reason, was one of scientific curiosity. After making such a huge investment in the Manhattan Project (2 billion in 1940) and with three bombs completed, there was little to no desire to shelve the weapons. The fissionable material in the Hiroshima bomb was uranium, while the Nagasaki bomb was plutonium, and subsequently there was intense scientific curiosity as to the different effects these bombs would produce. As the US Army director of the project, General Leslie Groves pondered: “what would happen if an entire city was leveled by a single uranium bomb?” “What about a plutonium bomb?” For the science experiment to go ahead, surrender was not an option.
Perhaps Stanley Kubrick in his movie Dr. Strangelove, Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb expressed his understanding more than most of the mentality of those who pushed for the use of atomic weapons on the Japanese at Hiroshima and Nagasaki – it was a decision based on a kind of hell-bent fanatical militarism combined with the worst kind of scientific endeavor devoid of any sense of humanity. Small wonder that the history books and the propaganda machine went into overdrive in the following years, endlessly justifying the use of what President Eisenhower described as “that awful thing”.

NTS Notes:  I grew up in the failed education system with the idea shoved into my own head that both Nagasaki and of course Hiroshima were "necessary" due to the idea that Japan was "unwilling to surrender" and that the impending invasion of Japan would have cost upwards of "1 Million American soldier's lives"..... But once again after years of research we find that these ideas drilled into peoples' heads were indeed lies and falsehoods...

It is a fact that Japan was indeed willing to surrender as early as August 1944 due to the decimation that they received from the Battle of the Philippines Sea where their naval forces were basically destroyed and Japan now wide open to direct attack from US naval forces... That battle led to the overthrow of the Tojo Cabinet in Tokyo and the new Prince Konoye/Suzuki Cabinet that took its place pushed forward the idea to the Japanese people that they would "continue to fight the war to a successful conclusion" but secretly they were already sending out negotiators to end the war....

Yes, the Japanese were indeed willing to end the war in late 1944 with the understanding that their Emperor Hirohito would stay on, even if it meant he would only be there as a "symbol" with no power at all...

The American government clearly knew in 1944 that the Japanese wanted to surrender by the simple fact that they were able to read every single coded message sent out by the Japanese government through their MAGIC code breaking machines...  Therefore the false idea that the Japanese would not surrender was indeed a falsehood promoted in our failed education system..

The reality is that the Manhattan Project for the development of the nuclear bomb was already by late 1944 in full swing and the criminals in the US government and the nuclear scientist involved in the project were not wanting to let their experiment go to waste.... The plan was always by these monsters to use the Japanese as their guinea pigs for testing their new super weapons, and therefore there was no way in hell that they would allow the Japanese to surrender until after they have tested their newest toys....

It is also a little known fact that when the US finally accepted the Japanese surrender on August 14th 1945 they indeed agreed to the provision that Emperor Hirohito would indeed stay on the Imperial throne, but only as a "figurehead"!  THIS clearly shows that the US did indeed "delay" the surrender of Japan until after they were able to test their devices on the Japanese....

Yes, the US government indeed committed genocide with these two devices dropped on a helpless civilian population... The 200000+ victims of these atrocities do deserve their proper justice, and it is my hope that people do learn the real truth about these acts of genocide, and our so called "history" books are rewritten to reflect these truths...

More to come


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