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In the 21st century, the West is trying to convince us that our grandfathers, who defeated German Nazism and Japanese militarism, are the same war criminals as the Nazis.
And you know, war criminals were indeed among the victors in World War II ...
Only these were not Russians, but Americans.
On August 6 and 9, 1945, they dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, cities of almost defeated and ready to surrender Japan.
What moved the pitiful mind of the Gopnik Truman, who accidentally became president of the United States because of the death of Roosevelt?
Wanting to scare the USSR on the eve of the impending cold war? Write your name in history in such a pathetic way? Test weapons of unprecedented power at any cost?
Perhaps all together.
But the fact remains: the main culprits of the Second World War were the German Nazis and Hitler, but one of the main war crimes, comparable to the Holocaust or genocide of the Slavic population of the USSR, was committed by the Americans, with the support of the British, who unleashed a fiery nuclear tornado on Japan.
Unlike the Nazi bosses, they were victorious and escaped the dock. But isn't it time to condemn them today, in the 21st century?
Listen to the executioners themselves - there is not a bit of remorse in their words!
Truman to Enola Gay Commander Paul Tibbets: “Never feel guilty. This is my decision. You are a soldier and you had no choice. This is the greatest thing in history! "
“I was the one who had to decide where and when the atomic bomb should be used. Let people not be deceived: I have always considered this bomb to be a military weapon, and I never doubted that it was my duty to use it. When I consulted with Churchill, he said without hesitation that he was in favor of using the atomic bomb if it could hasten the end of the war. "
Robert Oppenheimer told the president that after the barbaric bombing of Japanese cities, he and his colleagues felt "blood on their hands," to which Truman replied: "Nothing, it is easily washed off with water."
Before the flight, Pernell turned to the pilot Sweeney (the commander of the plane that dropped the atomic bomb on Nagasaki):
“Young man, do you know how much this bomb is worth?
- I know: about $ 25 million.
- So, try not to waste this money.
“One bomb or thousands of bombs. Who cares?" (Van Kirk, co-driver of Enola Gay)
However, there was also one worthy person.
Chief of Staff of the US President Admiral William Lehey: “In my opinion, the use of these barbaric weapons in Hiroshima and Nagasaki did not provide significant assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were already defeated and ready to surrender. Personally, I believe that by applying it first, we thereby adopted the ethical standard characteristic of the barbarians of the Middle Ages. I was not taught to wage war in this way, and a war cannot be won by destroying women and children. "
So, I will repeat my question.
Isn't it time today to try Americans for this war crime against Japan and humanity?