Hey, *whatever*, late -- participation here is all *voluntary*, so if you don't want to continue, that's perfectly fine.
Here are my previous points, whether you want to address them or not:
I know what you said, I also know the history, and I did address the points that made sense.
Honestly, this is a goofy discussion. The idea behind the Cold War was defensive, contain Russia as much as we could, using economic methods as much as we could.
But both sides, as I have repeatedly proven with facts, made offensive moves. Which renders your thesis moot, at best.
As an old internet combatant, I am used to topics changing. So while I don't see what Nuremburg is doing in this discussion, I don't mind. I have studied it, and it's fascinating. We were making up law as we went. There was no precedent, and no legal excuse at all to do what we did.
But it killed a lot fewer Germans than were killed in some other places. And now we have a permanent international court, as limited as it admittedly is. So I call it a win/win/wince.