Nearly 80 years ago, America dropped an atomic bomb over Hiroshima, signaling the birth of the nuclear birth. Another bomb would subsequently be dropped over the city of Nagasaki.
Americans celebrated the blasts for ending World War II, but the nuclear warfare blurred the boundaries of traditional war. Instead of killing off opposing soldiers, many who died in the atomic fallout were everyday citizens, including many children and seniors.
Here, Black Pigeon Speaks explores the twisted legacy of these hideous events.
Bill Whittle digs into the archives and discovers an astonishing video from his “Afterburner” podcast, revealing the true story behind the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Many Americans held the view that the bombings were criminal acts because Japan was given no warming, the attack had no military value and the Japanese did not resist, and were in the process of surrendering.
Whittle said none of these positions stood up to the facts, including the warning issue, which is totally false. Whittle set the record straight when he dissected the historical and moral perspectives. The video was originally recorded in 2009.
Jim Crenshaw says it appears the nuclear annihilation of Hiroshima and Nagasaki during World War II was all bullshit, as usual.
Sourcing government documents and expert analysis, the following video breaks down how the two Japanese cities were actually carpet-bombed and not nuked, as history tells us. This begs the question: Is all of this nuke crap just fear porn? Here’s more, and please judge the material for yourself.
According to legendary Montauk Project whistleblower, Al Bielek, the United States first discovered time travel technology in 1936 and was given assistance from the future to win World War II.
In this edition of Exopolitics Today, host Dr. Michael Salla details startling information, revealing how extraterrestrials intervened in human affairs and revisits the discovery of a submerged Atlantean crystal in the Bermuda Triangle. The video also includes a clip from an archive recording of Bielek’s testimony on how he learned about the use time-travel technology during World War II. Here’s more, courtesy of Reiki Power. As always, research the material for yourself and use your own discernment.
What is it above the 33rd parallel that makes it a deadly demarcation? Dallas, site of the JFK assassination, lies along the 33rd parallel. The assassination itself occurred on November 22, 1963. November being the 11th month and 22 added together produce 33 once again.
What else can be found along the 33rd parallel? How about the two Japanese cities — Hiroshima and Nagasaki — firebombed by nuclear blasts during World War II.
The bulk of the Death Row penitentiaries in the American South dot this parallel, as does the largest Free Mason temples, a secret sect whose degrees run up to the 33rd level.
You can say talk of ley lines is farcical, but this is also the parallel where the fallen angels supposedly came to Earth. To this day, this is the site where Hamas attacks Israel from the hills surrounding Mount Hermon. This is also the latitude where the secretive Georgia Guidestones can be found.
Here, Linda Paris from McAllister TV joins Thomas from TRUreporting in a Beyond the Headlines discussion of the mysteries of the 33rd parallel. They also delve into the theories of Ryushin Malone, whose wild alien theories we presented Sunday. There’s talk of Orion lines and the proposition that WWII was nothing but an adrenochrome harvest.
A walk through Hiroshima, Japan’s atomic city. More from Black Pigeon Speaks.
Jodi Miller is reporting that President Obama will visit Japan later this week. “The White House insists the president will not apologize for the Hiroshima atomic bombing, but he will apologize for not apologizing.” Miller also welcomes Bernie Sanders, Venezuelan hospitals, George Clooney, Nicolas Cage, Kim Kardashian and Caitlyn Jenner in this edition of NewsBusted.
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Comedian Jon Stewart once called Harry Truman a war criminal for ordering the atomic bombings of Japan during World War II, although Stewart later recanted his “stupid” remark after it elicited a firestorm of criticism. Today, on the 67th anniversary of Little Boy being dropped on Hiroshima, some more seasoned and veteran perspective on that historic event is offered by Jack H. McCall Jr., author of two companion histories of WWII. McCall says many of the soldiers fighting in the Pacific Theater kissed the ground upon hearing of Truman’s decision, knowing he had averted the deaths of more than one million GIs who likely would have been killed if a ground invasion of Japan had taken place.
One of McCall’s books examines the war through the perspective of Professor Christopher Donner, who McCall bills as “the thinking man’s John Wayne,” a trained historian fluent in multiple languages who nevertheless volunteered for the US Marines, serving in the fierce battles on Okinawa. Among Donner’s recollections: His fateful encounter with US Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner Jr., the son of a Kentucky governor and the highest-ranking US officer killed in combat during WWII.
McCall shares anecdotes from his books with Glenn Reynolds on PJTV’s InstaVision.
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