Atomic Bomb Hoax VI

http://heiwaco.tripod.com/bomb.htm

Napalm Carpet Bombing by Terrorists

„In the (spring and) summer of 1945, the U.S. Army Air Force carried out one of the most intense campaigns of city destruction in the history of the world. Sixty-eight (sic) cities in Japan were attacked and all of them were either partially or completely destroyed. An estimated 1.7 million people were made homeless, 300,000 were killed, and 750,000 were wounded. … The destruction caused by conventional (terrorist napalm carpet bombing) attacks was huge. Night after night, all summer long, (Japanese) cities would go up in smoke.”Source

As media did not report this the most intense campaigns of city destruction in the history of the world, nobody gave a damn. Hiroshima and Nagasaki were simply destroyed by similar US conventional napalm, carpet, morning 3 to 5 a.m., terror bombing raids by 300 – 400 B-29 planes taking off from Iwo Jima and other islands piloted by very young and stupid American boys dropping 1 500 tons of Rocky Mountains Arsenal made napalm bombs like Tokyo, Yokohama (29 May 1945*), Nagoya and 90+ other Japanese cities in 1945 killing 100 000’s of innocent civilians. The only purpose of the bombing campaigns was to kill innocent civilians, i.e. pure terrorism.

Photo of Hiroshima ‚ground zero’ taken one (!) day after bombing and still burning a little

*”These were days that under the information and news control of the government, military and bureaucracy, the ordinary (Japanese) citizens, unaware of the real situation of the war, were forced into a blind obedience. As the frontline moved on Japanese soil and American bombings rose in intensity, both military and civilian establishments in over 100 cities were indiscriminately attacked. A great many unarmed ordinary citizens became victims.”

Or as Saotome Katsumoto has described it:

Picture taken of napalm carpet bombed burnt down Tokyo on 10 March 1945 with solid concrete buildings still standing … like Hiroshima

Although Tokyo would eventually be bombed on over one hundred separate occasions, one attack in particular resulted in unprecedented human suffering: the air raid that took place in the early hours of March 10, 1945. On this night, the B-29s made the heavily populated Shitamachi district of downtown Tokyo their target. Because the purpose of this raid was to demoralize the civilian population, it had several characteristics that set it apart from previous air raids.This was the first nighttime raid on a Japanese city, which allowed an unprecedented number of B-29s – around three hundred – to better avoid ground-to-air fire even though they flew at a relatively low altitude in order to carry out an indiscriminate carpet bombing raid. Also, one must consider the deadly nature of the bombs themselves. Somewhere in the neighborhood of 1 700 tons of deadly napalm incendiaries were poured into the city. The attack itself lasted less than two hours, but because the Shitamachi area was so densely covered in wooden buildings and because the flames were fanned by a seasonal north wind, everything was consumed in a raging wave of fire. In a single night, the history and fate of Tokyo were altered forever. An estimated 1,000,000 people were left homeless, countless numbers of civilians were injured, and 100.000 precious lives were lost.”


The Roosevelt Hiroshima atomic bomb never existed because it didn’t work.

That it worked was just propaganda spread by various insiders to other insiders before and after the show. Like the Nagasaki bomb. Both Japanese towns were simply destroyed by a US, standard, napalm, carpet terror bombing by 300-400 B-29 planes raid early morning followed by single petrol bombs exploding and setting fire to a cloud of petrol mist above the towns looking like a flash … that could be reported as an atomic bomb. The Japanese houses were generally simple wooden structures that burnt down quickly. Growing trees on the other hand didn’t burn so easy. And walls of concrete and brick buildings remained intact. Solid bank buildings were not even damaged inside! The napalm bombs were made by the US Rocky Mountains Arsenal area of which that today is an ecological disaster that will cost US$ billions to clean up.

US propaganda June 8, 2013, suggests, e.g.:

„Japanese intelligence was predicting that U.S. forces might not invade for months. Soviet forces, on the other hand, could be in Japan proper in as little as 10 days. The Soviet invasion made a decision on ending the war extremely time sensitive.Source

Evidently Soviet forces had few ships in the Far east to invade Japan 1945. So Japan capitulated mid August 1945 and only USA occupied Japan until 1952. USSR and others just looked on. USA immediately created the Civil Censorship Detachment (CCD) within its Civil Information Section. CCD was secret. You could not even say that censorship existed. Anybody in Japan taking photos of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and suggesting, e.g. that the two atomic bombs were fake was simply arrested and maybe executed because such suggestions disturbed public tranquility. How was it possible? The CCD was run by United Stasi of America’s general Charles A. Willoughby in pure Soviet style. Charles apparently was a psychopath clever to invent things and as such suitable for US (Nazi Germany, USSR …) Army intelligence and counter-intelligence services.

The propaganda lies and methods enforced by Charles A. Willoughby in Japan 1945-1952 are still on, of course … 2013. KILLING OUR OWN – The Disaster of America’s Experience with atomic Radiation by Harvey Wasserman & Norman Solomon with Robert Alvarez & Eleanor Walters issued as a Delta Book 1982 is typical. We are told that in the 1950’s young farm boys in small villages in remote areas of the USA saw atomic bombs explode in the distance and were later contaminated and died.  

Richard Rhodes has, e.g., given the definitive story of man’s most awesome discovery and invention. Told in rich human, political, and scientific detail, The Making of the atomic Bomb is a narrative tour de force and a document with literary power commensurate with its subject:  

Few great discoveries have evolved so swiftly-or have been so misunderstood. From the theoretical discussions of nuclear energy to the bright glare of Trinity, there was a span of hardly more than twenty-five years. What began as merely an interesting speculative problem in physics grew into the Manhattan Project, and then into the bomb, with frightening rapidity, while scientists known only to their peers – Szilard, Teller, Oppenheimer, Bohr, Meitner, Fermi, Lawrence, and von Neumann-stepped from their ivory towers into the limelight.

But Wasserman, Solomon and Rhodes are just copying and pasting stupid propaganda. An atomic WMD did not work 1945 or 1953 and doesn’t work today. Isn’t it good news? The US propaganda worked very well 1945 as the Japanese military government at the time was part of the deal. The Japanese happily played along and announced that two atomic bombs had hit Japan … and that Japan must surrender. And the USSR would not occupy Japan. Everybody was very happy. Of course millions of Japanese were almost starved to death during the US military occupation 1945-1952 of Japan in order not to make trouble. American secret censorship made the rest. Historians were fooled. It works 2013.

Except Klaus Fuchs, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg and some others.

Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage during a time of war and to the passing of information about the atomic bomb (that it didn’t work!) to the Soviet Union and allegedly executed 1953, actually murdered. Or, better, were given new identities to carry on their happy lives out of the limelight?

 

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