Whew, we made it past the anniversary weekend of the “dropping of an atomic bomb on Hiroshima” anniversary of August 7. Every year it’s the same redundant political show in Japan with the Japanese worshiping themselves to see how far the limit is on how far they can go to self-indulge their misery for allegedly being “nuked” 71 years ago. Come on Japan, get over it. The really disgusting thing to see on television beginning last week and leading up to August 7, were all the television programs released on the tragedy that happened in Hiroshima 71 years ago. The officials in Hiroshima even had several high school students at the peace dome in Hiroshima giving a talk on the horrible use of nuclear weapons. As if these children know anything at all about war and the terror it unleashes on people. What if though, nuclear weapons were not dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and that this history has been fabricated including faked nuclear weapons? How many people would be intellectually honest with themselves and go down this forbidden path of truth? Unfortunately, very few. What about you reader, would you look into this possibility Hiroshima and Nagasaki were not the victims of Little Boy and Fat Man?
I remember years ago when I went to Hiroshima, I was standing at the peace dome looking at the exterior concrete wall wondering how it was from pictures I had looked at before going, that of all the buildings in Hiroshima left standing after the initial “nuclear blast”, all of them were concrete? Standing there looking at this concrete structure, an old Japanese man walking through the area, came over to where I was standing, and in broken English, told me the slightly darker area on the wall was the outline of the figure of a Japanese who left a “shadow” on the wall after the blast. I told him I didn’t think so and he walked away. Being a skeptic of the official bullshit narrative on Hiroshima and Nagasaki can create a lot of enemies. And then if that didn’t instantly destroy Japanese-American relations, some young US Marine on his day off who was stationed at Iwakuni Marine Air Base, walked by with a T-Shirt on with the peace dome in the foreground and a mushroom cloud in the background and a caption below the image that said “Remember Hiroshima.” Wtf hey?
While we’re on the subject, it might be a good time to suggest that Hiroshima and Nagasaki weren’t nuked, but rather, both cities were fire bombed and ever since, the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were made to believe their cities were the first victims of a nuclear attack. What kind of PR had to be in place all these years to convince the world that nuclear bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? Over the course of this blog and having been to Hiroshima, while also reading extensively about whether or not nuclear bombs were dropped on these two cities, I detect a slow coming apart at the seams of this “official dogmatic view of history” that has been largely forged. It is too bad intellectuals and scholars in Japan’s institutions don’t have the balls to take on Japan’s public opinion and begin rewriting their own revisionist histories independent of official Japan narrative. Can anyone just imagine the blow back if suddenly scholars in Japan started questioning the official history of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and discovered nuclear weapons weren’t dropped on these cities? The perpetual lie would become a cruel double joke on the Japanese people. The first “joke” would be having to go through the trauma of having two cities nuked, and then the second “joke” would be to learn the cities weren’t nuked. What kind of truth would it take to overcome that disparity?
Rather then publishing the article here, I’ll leave this article released by Zero Hedge on Hiroshima for readers to absorb hopefully in a non-contaminated radioactive location well away from Fukushima, the contents of the article calling into question the events of Hiroshima 71 years ago. And what the heck is it with all this radioactive contamination, a new nuclear plant being built in Japan, Japan’s alleged manufacturing weapons-grade plutonium, Japan having until recently a large stockpile of plutonium, the disaster of Fukushima and numerous accidents at their nuclear facilities over the years? For a people wallowing in their self-indulgence of “suffering” resulting from the disaster in Hiroshima and Nagasaki 71 years ago, the Japanese sure do seem to have a dysfunctional relationship with nuclear power. Here is the Zero Hedge article: