IF AT FIRST YOU DON’T SUCCEED

When Japan refused to surrender after seeing what one bomb could do to its cities, the U.S. gave them another example.

It did not take long after that.

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3 Responses to IF AT FIRST YOU DON’T SUCCEED

  1. bogsidebunny says:

    And those 2 nukes saved an estimated 500,00 American Military lives. You’ll hear no regrets from me. Unfortunately, the whiney Liberal assholes continue to utter the “those poor Japanese civilians” mantra.

  2. Leonard Jones says:

    There was a graphic image of one of the two bombs. It had the caption: “Making
    Rice Krispies since before General Mills.” I read that the planned invasion would
    have involved about 2,000,000 allied troops. There was a shitload of GI’s in
    in the Pacific Theater who breathed a huge sigh of relief, to say nothing about the
    guys in the European Theater, who saw a long train ride to the West coast for
    yet another long ocean voyage into the shit-storm in Japan!

    Fuck em, they deserved what they got for their barbarity. The assholes were training
    civilians to fight off the landings with pitchforks, so we even saved an estimated 1-2
    million Japanese as well.

  3. redneckgeezer says:

    I will never forget visiting the atomic peace park in Nagasaki, Japan. It gave me an appreciation for what these weapons really can do. It was said that nothing would ever grow again at the epicenter of the blast. It was, however, one of the most beautiful and lush gardens I have ever seen. This was in 1969, only 34 years after the blast. The Imperial Japanese Army was one of the most brutal the planet has seen, similar to the wackjob Islamists of today’s world. I don’t shed a tear regarding the use of these bombs. They may have killed many thousands of Japanese citizens, but their use saved hundreds of thousands of American G.I. lives, along with hundreds of thousands of Japanese lives. Those that decry the use of these two weapons are not students of much history. Well, perhaps revisionist history.

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