Thursday, August 09, 2007

Nagasaki, August 9, 1945

Sixty-two years ago, at 11:02 in the morning, the American B-29 bomber dropped a 10,200 pound plutonium bomb (nicknamed “Fat Man”) over the city of Nagasaki, a tourist destination, industrial center and sea-port in southwestern Japan with a population of about 230,000. The bomb exploded about 500 yards above Nagasaki, creating a fireball, a shockwave, and a massive burst of radiation. Some 74,000 civilians — about 1/3 of the population of Nagasaki — were burned alive, crushed to death by the shockwave, or sickened and died over the next few months due to severe radiation poisoning (the burning away of their internal organs by intense radiation) and cancer.


This culminated a 6 month-long wave of bombings that killed nearly a million Japanese civilians, including the nuclear bomb on Hiroshima three days earlier, and the firebombing of Tokyo with nearly 2,000 tons of napalm bombs on March 9-10, 1945.

Japan had indicated a willingness to surrender and end World War II, but the U.S. demanded that Japan un-deify the emperor. "Fat Boy" thus became the most powerful missionary in the history of this once-Christian nation.

The crew of the B-29 that dropped the bomb were all Christians. Their target was the Urakami Cathedral, the oldest and largest Christian church in the Orient. Nagasaki was the oldest and most influential Christian community in Japan, having been founded by Francis Xaviar in 1550.

After killing nearly 2 million non-combatant civilians in Iraq, America the once-Christian nation has now succeeded in setting up an Islamic Theocracy there, governed by Islamic law. This because we didn't want Saddam Hussein to use "weapons of mass-destruction."

Beginning with Sherman's destructive march of terror through the South, continuing with the bombings of Dresden and Tokyo, the United States has perfected the use of "weapons of mass destruction," even apart from being the only nation to use atomic bombs.

Probably most Christians in the U.S. support the murder of civilians in Nagasaki and Iraq - to effect a change in religion. The United States is the greatest anti-Christian evangelist on earth.

We are no longer entitled to pray the popular song, "God Bless America."

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"From at least January 1945, the many thousands of dead and wounded on both sides of the Pacific war must be counted as victims of the treacherous determination to extend the conflict in order to benefit the Soviet Union and use the bomb. Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, and all who supported this perfidy must be held historically accountable. "

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In 1939, the Rockefeller Foundation — which continued financing the pro-Nazi labors of the American Eugenics Society — prepared for war with the Axis and its aftermath by financing a secret project called “Studies on American Interests in the War and the Peace.” Conducted by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) on behalf of the U.S. State Department, this Rockefeller-funded initiative created the framework for what would become the United Nations. Among the studies prepared for the project was a paper by eugenicist Frank Notestein that called for “propaganda in favor of controlled fertility as an integral part of a public health program.”

This admonition was eagerly endorsed by Julian Huxley, the first director-general of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). In his 1947 book UNESCO: Its Purposes and Its Philosophy, Huxley declared, “though it is quite true that any radical eugenic policy will be for many years politically and psychologically impossible, it will be important for UNESCO to see that the eugenic problem is examined with the greatest care, and that the public mind is informed of the issues at stake so that much that is now unthinkable may at least become thinkable.”

The horrors of World War II — the atrocities committed by Hitler’s Reich, as well as the indiscriminate bombing of civilian populations by both sides, culminating in the horrors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki — place Huxley’s statement in a chilling context. After all, what was “unthinkable” in the aftermath of Auschwitz and Hiroshima? Huxley explained that one of UNESCO’s “major tasks” would be to offer “a restatement of morality that shall be in harmony with modern knowledge and adapted to the fresh functions imposed on ethics by the world of today.” Rendered into plain English, UNESCO’s mandate was to eradicate the moral and ethical obstacles to the creation of the total state on a global scale. To this end, UNESCO and its allies began a propaganda barrage to indoctrinate the masses into believing that population was a “global problem” to be managed by a governing elite.

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How We Bungled the Japanese Surrender By Rear Admiral Ellis M. Zacharias, USN (Ret.), Look Magazine, June 6, 1950

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