Originally posted by silo13
reply to post by letthereaderunderstand
If you've never seen a Nuclear Bomb in real life, you won't ever see a Nuclear Bomb EXCEPT for in pictures and movies...the only place they
So you're saying the bombs were never dropped?
That there are no such thing as nuclear bombs?
What's your point?
Please don't talk around the subject just come out and say one way or another if you believe the bombs were dropped on Japan or no.
Hello Silo13 nice to see you. Sorry if I was unclear.
No, I do not believe atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima or Nagasaki or that anything called a Nuclear Weapon even exists. I'm willing to accept
being wrong, but from the evidence, I do not believe any such weapon exists, nor was deployed over either of the cities.
First, they are inhabited today.
Second, both cities have active volcanoes within miles of the cities that just so happened to be erupting during the alleged blasts.
Third, there are scant photographs of the cities before the explosions. If no one knew what they looked like before, one could assume anything could
Fourth, there was a complete media blackout in reporting on the damage with no Americans being allowed into the cities with the exception of military
photographers and reporters which totaled 2.
Fifth, Manzanar where most of the photo composites were most likely taken upon the camps destruction. If you look at any of the photos from Hiroshima,
most only show the mountains and not the harbors except for directly over head shots. Manzanar detainment camp looks exactly like Hiroshima.
Manzanar is most widely known as the site of one of ten camps where over 110,000 Japanese Americans were imprisoned during World War II. Located
at the foot of the Sierra Nevada in California's Owens Valley between the towns of Lone Pine to the south and Independence to the north, it is
approximately 230 miles (370 km) northeast of Los Angeles. Manzanar (which means “apple orchard” in Spanish) was identified by the United States
National Park Service as the best-preserved of the former camp sites, and was designated the Manzanar National Historic Site.
It was not the best preserved camp as nothing stands but replicas. Also California and Japan share very similar landscapes having at one time been
right next to each other a long long time ago before the earths first growth spurt.
Hiroshima was an industrial mecca in Japan. Industrial targets are the first taken out, not the last. Also, it is evident that bomb runs were done on
the city which was destroyed by fire and not by the "blast". This is found in the testimony's of the men and women who had spotted 3 lonely bombers
therefore, they did not sound the air raid siren on "that day". This indicates they had been performing bombing runs before August 6th, which again
would be true as it was an industrial city. Again remember, the city was destroyed by fire, not the "bomb"
The reports. Have you ever read any of the eye witness accounts? I've collected about 14 of them so far. View them here
I mean no disrespect to anyone, but these reports are too elaborate for simple folk going about their day to recall, especially after the shock of
what just happened.
I know the Japanese are very intelligent people, but the depth of these reports and the details recalled are to much for me. I've seen people killed
and it messes you up so bad you can't remember anything, unless you are trained to deal with such situations (which I was not). Your mind is
protecting you in shock.
All of them use the same terminology. They remember the days air scents and how the light of the sun glistened off of the water and how everything was
so perfect until 8:05, like they knew that day would be different so they took it all in first....give me a break.
For example, No one remembers what happened in a car wreck after impact because they are in shock, if they are even alive. They will remember bracing
for the crash, not the crash itself or it's after math. They will awake in the ER saying "what happened?", not "I remember the smell of the tires
as I slowly lifted my head to see the faces of the on coming car and the fear in the eyes of it's passengers"...Doesn't work that way.
Things may go into slow motion, but you remember nothing of the crash itself, just the bracing for it. It works the same way for any traumatic event
in which people die. Life wasn't sweeter that day as to recall such vivid detail and sorrowful pain, rather to them, it was a day like any other and
people in shock don't remember things so well.
Eighth. The death tolls from regular bombing runs far exceeded the death toll of the "Atom" bomb, but no one is crying for them. At the Dresden,
200,000 people were killed in one night. Conventional bombing runs on Japan killed more people then the "Bomb", but they are never even
Ninth. What country has someone attack them, then after the matter, the victims blame humanity for the aggression? You will never hear a Japanese
person say, "F---" America those Bastards killed my whole family". Nope, you will hear. "May Humanity learn from this lesson" and "Humanity saw
such devastation, may I live to remind all our brothers and sisters nuclear weapons should never be used again". Did we tame them as if animals? I
A kamikaze was prepared to give his life for his country if only to take out one more enemy vessel. Why the change of attitude all of the sudden, when
conventional bombs killed more than any Atom bomb ever could?
Why aren't the Jews saying the same thing instead of calling anyone not agreeing with them "anti-semites" when agreeing or not agreeing with policy
has nothing to do with race? You don't hear, "May all of humanity learn from the Holocaust" from the Jews do you? You don't hear the Polish saying
"Anti-Pollock". You don't hear Russians saying "Anti-Russian" just as you don't hear Japanese saying the same.
It is amazing to me that for such an atrocity, these people don't want to lynch us. I'm thankful they don't, but where is the sense of anger, of
sadness, of "Never Forget"?
Tenth, in the "coldwar" America staged supposed nukes on Japanese soil aimed at North Korea...Kinda hypocritical don't you think?
Anyway, I've listed some of the reasons I believe their were no nukes used. I don't believe in the weapon, I don't believe it exists. I believe it
was a deal. Pearl Harbor gets us in and we'll end it with the New Clear weapon...."Film". Film is far more deadly, then any bomb. War means "to
confuse/Perplex"...and it has been accomplished. There is a war going on right now for your mind. We are the new battlefield.