posted on Nov, 17 2002 @ 01:59 AM
Hiroshima may have not been terrorism but it was also unecissary. It is simply an example where the President gave into the Military's demands.
The Military refused to use it as a "display" of force, for the actual turn out which was an actual weapon.
I don't really know why though...I seemed to remember seeing somewhere that it was because they thought it wouldn't be effective enough, or that it
wouldn't be a good judgement of what the bomb could really do if they were to just blast it off shore of say Tokyo.
But those claims are foolish (albiet only from our stand point) why would anyone continue to fight if you were to blow one of those off just before
dawn about 5 or 10 miles off shore of Tokyo.
All the Japanese waking up to OUR RISING SUN. Unecissary in my opinion, at least, Nagasaki was DEFINATELY unecissary.
America and her allies have done quite a bit of Unecissary things, but so far it has all been in good intent.