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(9:31) To date the only attack with nuclear weapons in the history of warfare, killing as many as 140,000 people.

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imb4u2 imb4u2 (1831 days ago)
You should also do a remix on the attack on Pearl Harbour, the Battan forced march of 500 or so civilians, 1/3 if which survived the ordeal--(see LINK or the sacking of Hong Hong LINK by the Japanese killing thousands of civilians--- or perhaps the slaughter by the Japanese of thousands of Pilipinos, the hundreds of thousands of American, British and Australian soldiers and the widespread horrors caused by the Japanese in WW2. Then visualize the possibly millions more Japanese and the hundreds of thousands of Allied troops which would have been killed in the invasion of Japan, which would have been necessary if the A bomb hadn’t happened. Then again cry over the bombing of 2 cities that saved the world from continuing WW2
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You should also do a remix on the attack on Pearl Harbour, the Battan forced march of 500 or so civilians, 1/3 if which survived the ordeal--(see LINK or the sacking of Hong Hong LINK by the Japanese killing thousands of civilians--- or perhaps the slaughter by the Japanese of thousands of Pilipinos, the hundreds of thousands of American, British and Australian soldiers and the widespread horrors caused by the Japanese in WW2. Then visualize the possibly millions more Japanese and the hundreds of thousands of Allied troops which would have been killed in the invasion of Japan, which would have been necessary if the A bomb hadn’t happened. Then again cry over the bombing of 2 cities that saved the world from continuing WW2
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Guest:  (1072 days ago)
My wife's uncle "Survived" The Death march and the war her father fought in the pacific with the idea to save him. Saw the Japanese cannibalism of U.S. solders, that were captured. The point is, a horrendous war was ended and millions of lives saved.
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My wife's uncle "Survived" The Death march and the war her father fought in the pacific with the idea to save him. Saw the Japanese cannibalism of U.S. solders, that were captured. The point is, a horrendous war was ended and millions of lives saved.
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Guest: S3n (1736 days ago)
I think you are missing the point here. Entirely.
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I think you are missing the point here. Entirely.
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Guest: Marta (1263 days ago)
The Japanese were already working on Peace treaties in July 1945, willing to surrender under the right terms. The atomic bombings only served to force the hand of the Japanese to accept a pre-existing treaty made by the Allied Nations which which was unfavorable to the Japanese. Hundreds of thousands of civilian lives lost for that. I cannot see such killing ever being justified. "An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind" - Mahatma Gandhi
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The Japanese were already working on Peace treaties in July 1945, willing to surrender under the right terms. The atomic bombings only served to force the hand of the Japanese to accept a pre-existing treaty made by the Allied Nations which which was unfavorable to the Japanese. Hundreds of thousands of civilian lives lost for that. I cannot see such killing ever being justified. "An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind" - Mahatma Gandhi
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IID1E4 IID1E4 (1594 days ago)
Discusting that you are trying to justify thousands upon thousands of inocent bystanders getting killed so the western world can live as it does. Would you think in the same way if Japan wiped out thousands of americans because they beleived their way of life to be right?
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Discusting that you are trying to justify thousands upon thousands of inocent bystanders getting killed so the western world can live as it does. Would you think in the same way if Japan wiped out thousands of americans because they beleived their way of life to be right?
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Guest: andy farrand (1589 days ago)
No Pearl Harbor no Hiroshima. The Japs knew that if the tactic of attacking the US naval fleet failed to produce the peace they wanted, they would loose the war. They did and in the form of a black cloud that arose over the city after the a-blast. Too bad, but it's not the fault of the US
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No Pearl Harbor no Hiroshima. The Japs knew that if the tactic of attacking the US naval fleet failed to produce the peace they wanted, they would loose the war. They did and in the form of a black cloud that arose over the city after the a-blast. Too bad, but it's not the fault of the US
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Guest: Carol (1558 days ago)
My father died in a Japanese POW camp. He was worked and starved, tortured, and died. The U.S. never found his remains. I am now 72 years old and to this day feel an absolute hatred for Japan, and I don't care what others think of that
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My father died in a Japanese POW camp. He was worked and starved, tortured, and died. The U.S. never found his remains. I am now 72 years old and to this day feel an absolute hatred for Japan, and I don't care what others think of that
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Guest: Cronos (1184 days ago)
The deaths of innocent civilians is always a terrible thing to have happen. Yet as all animals, humans fight for their own survival and their own way of life. It may not be right but it will sadly continue to happen as long as there is fear, mistrust, and misunderstandings among the people of the world.
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The deaths of innocent civilians is always a terrible thing to have happen. Yet as all animals, humans fight for their own survival and their own way of life. It may not be right but it will sadly continue to happen as long as there is fear, mistrust, and misunderstandings among the people of the world.
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Guest:  (813 days ago)
They certainly attacked civilians in Nanking
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They certainly attacked civilians in Nanking
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Guest: jimmy1945 (647 days ago)
how many little kids were at pearl?
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how many little kids were at pearl?
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samsaf samsaf (1774 days ago)
One question: Did the Japanese attack civilians in Pearl Harbour? Were they the target? I have visited Hiroshima in the last month. I learned that the reason it was chosen is because it they thought it didn't contain any POW personnel. Is the life of a few hundred military personnel who signed up to kill or be killed is more valuable the the life of a hundreds of thousands? When the Americans adapt such logic, that attack on civilians is justifiable, then don't be shocked when crazies like Bin Laden do 9-11 attacks on you... Violence can only breed violence ... and terrorism can only breed terrorism.. if you don't want your civilians to be attacked and terrorized, then set a good example in the times of war when you deal with other nations.
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One question: Did the Japanese attack civilians in Pearl Harbour? Were they the target? I have visited Hiroshima in the last month. I learned that the reason it was chosen is because it they thought it didn't contain any POW personnel. Is the life of a few hundred military personnel who signed up to kill or be killed is more valuable the the life of a hundreds of thousands? When the Americans adapt such logic, that attack on civilians is justifiable, then don't be shocked when crazies like Bin Laden do 9-11 attacks on you... Violence can only breed violence ... and terrorism can only breed terrorism.. if you don't want your civilians to be attacked and terrorized, then set a good example in the times of war when you deal with other nations.
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Guest:  (1643 days ago)
"if you don't want your civilians to be attacked and terrorized, then set a good example" - you really think so? You tnk everyone will say "they didn't attack civilians, so we won't attack them?"
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"if you don't want your civilians to be attacked and terrorized, then set a good example" - you really think so? You tnk everyone will say "they didn't attack civilians, so we won't attack them?"
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UncleSam UncleSam (1825 days ago)
Amen.
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Amen.
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Guest: Surells (1200 days ago)
Hiroshima I'm not sure about. I realise it may have saved more lives long term, and that the Japanese did many terrible things. But I struggle to accept the ends justify the means. You can say what you want, but I just find the whole idea, and the absolute bravado and confidence with which nationalists defend it, appalling. I also find ti dangerous to say the Japanese did this, so it was not wrong to kill them, civilians did not do that. Would it be OK for Americans to kill British Civilians to fight the empire? No, Plus any nation that is founded on the genocide of an indigenous population should be careful with mud slinging. Anyway, it was the second bomb at Nagasaki that was the definite and undeniable war crime. And Dresden of course.
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Hiroshima I'm not sure about. I realise it may have saved more lives long term, and that the Japanese did many terrible things. But I struggle to accept the ends justify the means. You can say what you want, but I just find the whole idea, and the absolute bravado and confidence with which nationalists defend it, appalling. I also find ti dangerous to say the Japanese did this, so it was not wrong to kill them, civilians did not do that. Would it be OK for Americans to kill British Civilians to fight the empire? No, Plus any nation that is founded on the genocide of an indigenous population should be careful with mud slinging. Anyway, it was the second bomb at Nagasaki that was the definite and undeniable war crime. And Dresden of course.
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Guest: smithy (1492 days ago)
...and now Toyota are gaining revenge.
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...and now Toyota are gaining revenge.
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Guest: Joesmokabo (1636 days ago)
Don't start trouble and there won't be trouble.
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Don't start trouble and there won't be trouble.
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Guest: jakemercman (1622 days ago)
Lads, nothing to worry about. 6 Irish Knackers would kick the fcuk out of the entire American or Japanese Army and their skin is so thick, no radiation would get through it. All any country needs is a bunch of pikies in their army
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Lads, nothing to worry about. 6 Irish Knackers would kick the fcuk out of the entire American or Japanese Army and their skin is so thick, no radiation would get through it. All any country needs is a bunch of pikies in their army
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Guest: E. Watkins (1294 days ago)
No, we dropped one on Nakasaki as well. It was all so horrible, but these weapons ended WWII and the killing that had occured. We saved millions of lives and more heart break. We also demonstrated why no one should use these weapons ever again. Unfortunately, some in the Middle East today, some who have a very different view of life than we do, are acquiring these weapons and we and the rest of the West and the Middle East may be in peril. God help us.
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No, we dropped one on Nakasaki as well. It was all so horrible, but these weapons ended WWII and the killing that had occured. We saved millions of lives and more heart break. We also demonstrated why no one should use these weapons ever again. Unfortunately, some in the Middle East today, some who have a very different view of life than we do, are acquiring these weapons and we and the rest of the West and the Middle East may be in peril. God help us.
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Guest:  (1650 days ago)
How exCITING !!!! DEATH PORN
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How exCITING !!!! DEATH PORN
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Guest: Ladyluck Braveheart (1794 days ago)
Yes, some tens of thousands died during the last two bomb attacks on Japan. And then the war was over. In spite of this laughable attempt to frame the nuclear bombings in the eyes of civilians, nurses, and children... The decision to use such awful weaponry was based on the millions of innocent people murdered, raped, robbed and enslaved by this country's leaders during their insane war. You reap what you sow. Unfortunately, their crimes were not repaid in kind.
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Yes, some tens of thousands died during the last two bomb attacks on Japan. And then the war was over. In spite of this laughable attempt to frame the nuclear bombings in the eyes of civilians, nurses, and children... The decision to use such awful weaponry was based on the millions of innocent people murdered, raped, robbed and enslaved by this country's leaders during their insane war. You reap what you sow. Unfortunately, their crimes were not repaid in kind.
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Guest: Jazzman (1190 days ago)
The Japs started it and then they reaped their just reward. The sleaping giant was awakened when they attacked Pearl harbour without provocation. The same could be said of the Germans. they started it so don't complain when someone fights back.
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The Japs started it and then they reaped their just reward. The sleaping giant was awakened when they attacked Pearl harbour without provocation. The same could be said of the Germans. they started it so don't complain when someone fights back.
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Guest: surrender_monkey (1861 days ago)
the Nazis didn't view the holocaust as a crime. Same with the bomb attacks on civilian cities, Dresden, Hamburg, London, Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The perpetrators of those crimes will give reasons to justify their actions. So will the 'insurgent'. You cannot condemn terrorist attacks if you justify deliberate killing of civilian people.
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the Nazis didn't view the holocaust as a crime. Same with the bomb attacks on civilian cities, Dresden, Hamburg, London, Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The perpetrators of those crimes will give reasons to justify their actions. So will the 'insurgent'. You cannot condemn terrorist attacks if you justify deliberate killing of civilian people.
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stevepo stevepo (1637 days ago)
To forgive is to advocate the crime. There is no valid call for forgiveness and no suitable recompense, other than a unilateral view that mans inhumanity to man will bind us to this earth until we are all consumed by it's inevitable and natural demise, when in reality earth is the seed from where we could populate the universe and beyond in excess of our wildest dreams. From then on the vast distances between us will cause our own disparate evolution until we eventually become all forms of aliens to ourselves. Unfortunately even then harmony is not our way ...
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To forgive is to advocate the crime. There is no valid call for forgiveness and no suitable recompense, other than a unilateral view that mans inhumanity to man will bind us to this earth until we are all consumed by it's inevitable and natural demise, when in reality earth is the seed from where we could populate the universe and beyond in excess of our wildest dreams. From then on the vast distances between us will cause our own disparate evolution until we eventually become all forms of aliens to ourselves. Unfortunately even then harmony is not our way ...
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stevepo stevepo (1637 days ago)
Tearful, a good perspective to get across the crime on innocents, it must never happen again.
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Tearful, a good perspective to get across the crime on innocents, it must never happen again.
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Guest: syman (1633 days ago)
The USA where sick mother ******* then and still are
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The USA where sick mother ******* then and still are
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Guest: Christopher (1647 days ago)
White like magnesium? That'll be uranium 235 dear... Like the worst chinese burn ever...hahahaha!
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White like magnesium? That'll be uranium 235 dear... Like the worst chinese burn ever...hahahaha!
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Guest: Jack in KY (1196 days ago)
Some people have pointed this out, but do a lookup on "Rape of Nanking" and see what type of ideology we were fighting. Someone said the Japanese had "already surrendered." Where'd you get that piece of false information, your ass? And as for Jon Stewart, who said we should have bombed the ocean- hey, tsunami boy, that sure would have scared some fish.
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Some people have pointed this out, but do a lookup on "Rape of Nanking" and see what type of ideology we were fighting. Someone said the Japanese had "already surrendered." Where'd you get that piece of false information, your ass? And as for Jon Stewart, who said we should have bombed the ocean- hey, tsunami boy, that sure would have scared some fish.
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Guest: windnrock (1052 days ago)
Lest we for get Nanking where 350,000 Chinese were killed in a few weeks in the most hideous and bestial ways. Women gang raped and shot in the back of the head when they ran away........ This was a weapon used on a country that killed thousands of Americans in a sneak attack, without declaring war. A country that enslaved much of Asia. A conventional assault on Japan not only would have cost the Allies very, very dearly, it would have devastated Japan beyond recognition. Playing Monday morning quarterback with history is pointless and viewing events out of context even worse. The warlords of Japan are the major parties to blame, even the emperor.
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Lest we for get Nanking where 350,000 Chinese were killed in a few weeks in the most hideous and bestial ways. Women gang raped and shot in the back of the head when they ran away........ This was a weapon used on a country that killed thousands of Americans in a sneak attack, without declaring war. A country that enslaved much of Asia. A conventional assault on Japan not only would have cost the Allies very, very dearly, it would have devastated Japan beyond recognition. Playing Monday morning quarterback with history is pointless and viewing events out of context even worse. The warlords of Japan are the major parties to blame, even the emperor.
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Guest: mtatom (1137 days ago)
Don't ever forget how cruel and barbaric the Japanese were.
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Don't ever forget how cruel and barbaric the Japanese were.
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Guest: murdock (1244 days ago)
the nazis threatened nuclear warfare the yanks did it
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the nazis threatened nuclear warfare the yanks did it
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Guest:  (1622 days ago)
lots of valid points for and against here. The US used the bomb to end the war that the japanese had already lost, and simply save the millions of casulties from an invasion (which would of meant sustained bombing and thousands of civilian fatalities). But imagine if the japanese had been in that position, would they have stopped at victory? or used it for domination? Personally, i (a person who thinks americas foreign policy is a bit...well...dim) think this is one of their best decisions
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lots of valid points for and against here. The US used the bomb to end the war that the japanese had already lost, and simply save the millions of casulties from an invasion (which would of meant sustained bombing and thousands of civilian fatalities). But imagine if the japanese had been in that position, would they have stopped at victory? or used it for domination? Personally, i (a person who thinks americas foreign policy is a bit...well...dim) think this is one of their best decisions
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Guest: Gaspertch (1525 days ago)
except... Japan allready accepted to surrender. Those bombs didn't change anything but million civilian deads. This was the silliest decision ever.
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except... Japan allready accepted to surrender. Those bombs didn't change anything but million civilian deads. This was the silliest decision ever.
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Guest: HistoryTeacher84 (1192 days ago)
Japan did not accept surrender. In fact after both Bombs were dropped they fought on for two more days before surrendering unconditionally. The dropping of those two bombs saved millions of lives. The lives of American, French, Chinese, and British POWs who were to be executed if the Home Islands were invaded. They saved the population of Japan who planned to fight any invaders to the death. They saved the lives of millions of British, Australian, Soviet and American troops who would have invaded the islands. Before you make an ignorant comment learn your History, from both sides at that.
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Japan did not accept surrender. In fact after both Bombs were dropped they fought on for two more days before surrendering unconditionally. The dropping of those two bombs saved millions of lives. The lives of American, French, Chinese, and British POWs who were to be executed if the Home Islands were invaded. They saved the population of Japan who planned to fight any invaders to the death. They saved the lives of millions of British, Australian, Soviet and American troops who would have invaded the islands. Before you make an ignorant comment learn your History, from both sides at that.
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Guest: Thomas (1183 days ago)
People are making to big a deal out of this, did you know that 250,000 Japanese were killed in the firebombing of Tokyo in the months running up Operation Little Boy, as well taking into consideration the characteristics of the Imperial Empire of Japan and every one of their soldiers it was a necessary evil.
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People are making to big a deal out of this, did you know that 250,000 Japanese were killed in the firebombing of Tokyo in the months running up Operation Little Boy, as well taking into consideration the characteristics of the Imperial Empire of Japan and every one of their soldiers it was a necessary evil.
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Guest: Adrian Bond (1100 days ago)
I have been to hiroshima. seen the destruction in the peace museam. seen the twisted metal, burned bodies and horror caused by this. anyone who makes a joke needs to go there first and realise how stupid they really are. war is horror. this bomb was terrible. so many more died agonising deaths long after the blast. thank you for posting, and maybe some will learn to think twice. peace Adrian Bond (United kingdom)
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I have been to hiroshima. seen the destruction in the peace museam. seen the twisted metal, burned bodies and horror caused by this. anyone who makes a joke needs to go there first and realise how stupid they really are. war is horror. this bomb was terrible. so many more died agonising deaths long after the blast. thank you for posting, and maybe some will learn to think twice. peace Adrian Bond (United kingdom)
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Guest: The War & Peace Historian (999 days ago)
“War is cruelty. There's no use trying to reform it. The crueler it is, the sooner it will be over.” - William Tecumseh Sherman The Japaneses refused to concede, refused to surrender, refused to retreat from the tens-of-thousands of square miles of China, Korea, and other various sovereign nations they illegally seized, annexed, and occupied. The shortest way to solve this problem was to, in a sense, cut the head off the snake instead of nibbling away at its tail (A process which had already claimed millions of American, British, Australian, Indian, Filipino, and Chinese, Russian, and Japanese lives. To fight, man-to-man, mile-for-mile for these lands and the Japanese home lands would have cost untold millions more lives. War is, by nature, inhuman, murderous, immoral, and a crime against all involved. However, there are things that must be fought for. Rough men with guns must settle some scores, and there is no avoiding it. Executing the war with the least (relatively speaking) amount of human suffering is the goal. The bombs accomplished this... and their terrible legacy has contributed to lasting peace, and the warding off of future Nuclear use. The bleeding hearts who so blindly condemn the Bombs and the desperate, disheartened, and bloodied men who used them need to think of the bigger picture. Think of the Japaneses children who would have run at Tanks with bombs strapped to poles. The young men who would have flew jet planes loaded with explosives into troop ships... not to mention the Allied Soldiers in these. Those "civilians" in the cities were working in Arms plants, growing food, and otherwise contributing to the Japaneses war effort. Who is the legitimate target? The man who holds the rifle, or the man who makes it? Let us not condemn the past, for it is just that, the past. But rather let us avenge the deaths of the Second World War by resolving to become a better people, a better world, and a more peaceful one.
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“War is cruelty. There's no use trying to reform it. The crueler it is, the sooner it will be over.” - William Tecumseh Sherman The Japaneses refused to concede, refused to surrender, refused to retreat from the tens-of-thousands of square miles of China, Korea, and other various sovereign nations they illegally seized, annexed, and occupied. The shortest way to solve this problem was to, in a sense, cut the head off the snake instead of nibbling away at its tail (A process which had already claimed millions of American, British, Australian, Indian, Filipino, and Chinese, Russian, and Japanese lives. To fight, man-to-man, mile-for-mile for these lands and the Japanese home lands would have cost untold millions more lives. War is, by nature, inhuman, murderous, immoral, and a crime against all involved. However, there are things that must be fought for. Rough men with guns must settle some scores, and there is no avoiding it. Executing the war with the least (relatively speaking) amount of human suffering is the goal. The bombs accomplished this... and their terrible legacy has contributed to lasting peace, and the warding off of future Nuclear use. The bleeding hearts who so blindly condemn the Bombs and the desperate, disheartened, and bloodied men who used them need to think of the bigger picture. Think of the Japaneses children who would have run at Tanks with bombs strapped to poles. The young men who would have flew jet planes loaded with explosives into troop ships... not to mention the Allied Soldiers in these. Those "civilians" in the cities were working in Arms plants, growing food, and otherwise contributing to the Japaneses war effort. Who is the legitimate target? The man who holds the rifle, or the man who makes it? Let us not condemn the past, for it is just that, the past. But rather let us avenge the deaths of the Second World War by resolving to become a better people, a better world, and a more peaceful one.
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Guest: Carlos Santana (987 days ago)
Thank God for the Bomb -Ozzy Osbourne
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Guest: Richard Payton (1305 days ago)
Hiroshima type bombs are just used as detonators in modern nuclear weapons. instead of 10,000tons of TNT an average H bomb is 4,000,000 tons. One rocket can transport 12 of these. They are called MIRVs. It's great to know that we've got them to deter the Taliban because I'm sure they believe we would use them
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Hiroshima type bombs are just used as detonators in modern nuclear weapons. instead of 10,000tons of TNT an average H bomb is 4,000,000 tons. One rocket can transport 12 of these. They are called MIRVs. It's great to know that we've got them to deter the Taliban because I'm sure they believe we would use them
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Guest: Adrian Bond (1100 days ago)
I have been to hiroshima. seen the destruction in the peace museam. seen the twisted metal, burned bodies and horror caused by this. anyone who makes a joke needs to go there first and realise how stupid they really are. war is horror. this bomb was terrible. so many more died agonising deaths long after the blast. thank you for posting, and maybe some will learn to think twice. peace Adrian Bond (United kingdom)
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I have been to hiroshima. seen the destruction in the peace museam. seen the twisted metal, burned bodies and horror caused by this. anyone who makes a joke needs to go there first and realise how stupid they really are. war is horror. this bomb was terrible. so many more died agonising deaths long after the blast. thank you for posting, and maybe some will learn to think twice. peace Adrian Bond (United kingdom)
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Guest: paul w (1912 days ago)
To suggest Japanese crimes against humanity justify this one is garbage.
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To suggest Japanese crimes against humanity justify this one is garbage.
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Guest: Allies United (Good Guys Won) (1650 days ago)
More people would have died otherwise numbnuts, only more slowly, including our own Grandparents. Pacifism would have killed us all.
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More people would have died otherwise numbnuts, only more slowly, including our own Grandparents. Pacifism would have killed us all.
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Guest:  (784 days ago)
Do you think the Japanese thought they would take over world without killing hundreds of thousands of innocent people?
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Do you think the Japanese thought they would take over world without killing hundreds of thousands of innocent people?
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Guest: Mike (1631 days ago)
As horrible as the bombs were, they saved millions of lives on both sides, if the Allies had been forced to invade the mainland of Japan. That is the only way to understand it, if you cherish life.....this is what was learned fighting them on the islands of iwo jima and saipan.....and it worked, they surrendered less than a week after the second bomb, and the Russians never attack us after the war.....
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As horrible as the bombs were, they saved millions of lives on both sides, if the Allies had been forced to invade the mainland of Japan. That is the only way to understand it, if you cherish life.....this is what was learned fighting them on the islands of iwo jima and saipan.....and it worked, they surrendered less than a week after the second bomb, and the Russians never attack us after the war.....
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Guest: paul w (1912 days ago)
There was massive arguments within the American administration on the morality of this. And within the army, etc. For good reason - it was slaughter on an unprecedented scale. As for ending the war, the Japanese had already given clear indication it wanted a halt...but the Allies wanted UNCONDITIONAL surrender. No government, no society... Some suggest this was asked so they would not surrender and the bombs could be dropped...to test the things and show the Soviets.
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There was massive arguments within the American administration on the morality of this. And within the army, etc. For good reason - it was slaughter on an unprecedented scale. As for ending the war, the Japanese had already given clear indication it wanted a halt...but the Allies wanted UNCONDITIONAL surrender. No government, no society... Some suggest this was asked so they would not surrender and the bombs could be dropped...to test the things and show the Soviets.
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