73 years ago. The first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima “A Military Base” according to Harry Truman.
– Michel Chossudovsky
The collateral damage concept had yet to be defined. 100,000 civilians were killed in the first seven seconds of the explosion.
The dangers of nuclear war are not an object of debate and analysis by the mainstream media.
Public opinion is carefully misled. ” All options on the table”. Nuclear weapons are portrayed as peace-making bombs.
Did you know that tactical nuclear weapons or so-called mininukes with an explosive capacity between one third and six times a Hiroshima bomb are considered, according to scientific opinion, on contract to the Pentagon as “harmless to the surrounding civilian population because the explosion is underground”.
It’s a lie.
The US has a vast nuclear arsenal capable of blowing up the planet several times.
The World commemorates the 73nd anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (August 6, 9, 1945)
Did you know that Hiroshima was a “military base”, and that when the first atomic bomb was dropped on two of Japan’s heavily populated area in August 1945, the objective was, according to president Truman was to save the lives of innocent civilians.
“The World will note that the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima a military base. That was because we wished in this first attack to avoid, insofar as possible, the killing of civilians..”(President Harry S. Truman in a radio speech to the Nation, August 9, 1945).
[Note: the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945; the Second on Nagasaki, on August 9, on the same day as Truman’s radio speech to the Nation]
Unpunished crimes against humanity, “collateral damage”.
In the words of President Harry Truman:
“We have discovered the most terrible bomb in the history of the world. It may be the fire destruction prophesied in the Euphrates Valley Era, after Noah and his fabulous Ark…. This weapon is to be used against Japan … [We] will use it so that military objectives and soldiers and sailors are the target and not women and children. Even if the Japs are savages, ruthless, merciless and fanatic, we as the leader of the world for the common welfare cannot drop that terrible bomb on the old capital or the new. … The target will be a purely military one… It seems to be the most terrible thing ever discovered, but it can be made the most useful.” …