not more than about a generation ago, US dropped a couple on Japanese civilians. recent history shows for every few hundred american militants die,
hundreds of thousands of civilians are exterminated in this delusional justice. while most americans don't even believe in "an eye for an eye" and
write it off as some barbaric ethic of the mideast, in practice us's wrathe of destruction has been one of thousands of eyes for each eye. it's
like the playground bully who's not content with stealing lunch/money once from one kid once, but from all the perceived weak kids, all the time.
that's just how i see it, and likewise when one is suspect in the us criminal system, one of the first/key aspects officials and judges look at, is
past history. history repeats itself, as does pattern.
and, it makes sense that the likely repeat offendor will nurture congnizant dissonance in its people, framing an outsider as the threat.
but i digress; wanting to know, and why, what country is likely to use thermonuclear force against another, next (or again)?