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At Sunday, May 24, 2009, Blogger Noor al Haqiqa said...

I dunno who that thrill killer was, but I would like to think he died a very slow agonizingly painful death tortured by a last onslaught of conscience and awareness of what he did.

And of course, he was only "following orders" so the same wishes I would send to his masters all the way up the line.

At Sunday, May 24, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

you betcha,
take it to the bank.

At Sunday, May 24, 2009, Blogger musique said...

Thanks Grim for posting this. You're so right, Barbara!!

From khazarpedia:

Lieutenant Jacob Beser – Radar countermeasures (also the only man to fly on both of the nuclear bombing aircraft)

When asked about his atomic bomb missions on numerous interviews, Beser made the following response:

"For years I have been asked two questions. (1) Would you do it again? (2) Do you feel any guilt for having been a part of Hiroshima's destruction?
"One has to consider the context of the times in which decisions are made. Given the same set of circumstances as existed in 1945, I would not hesitate to take part in another similar mission.
"No I feel no sorrow or remorse for whatever small role I played. That I should is crazy. I remember Pearl Harbor and all of the Japanese atrocities. I remember the shock to our nation that all of this brought. I don't want to hear any discussion of morality. War, by its very nature, is immoral. Are you any more dead from an atomic bomb than from a conventional bomb?"

Capt. Kermit Beahan, bombardier - as seen on the video, was part of the Nagasaki mission.

At Monday, May 25, 2009, Blogger qrswave said...


At Monday, May 25, 2009, Blogger Hadik said...

i once read that the Japs did two freedom proposals before the bombs were dropped and both were denied

can anyone confirm this or anyone got a source for that?

At Monday, May 25, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

basically the Japanese were beaten back to their island, and now wanted peace and a conditional surrender that preserved their monarchy, but the americans wanted unconditional surrender, and committed the nuclear war-crimes as a test case, and to impress the russians with their cold-hearted cowardice.

At Tuesday, May 26, 2009, Blogger Nepos Libertas said...

GR, true enough.

However, since Soviet Union declared war on Japan with an impending invasion from the north, U.S. knew it had to deploy atomic bombs to prevent Soviet onslaught that would turn Japan into a Stalinist nation.

Imagine Japan akin to North Korea, and the world would never have known what manga, post-1984 collapse video game business, and Japanese capitalist economics (2nd largest economy in the world after U.S.), inventions & electronics are.

Even though the horror of Nagasaka and Hiroshima was regrettable, it saved Japan from being crushed by Soviet Reds.

And U.S. had to nuke Japan to avoid the catastrophic cost of the Allied forces in terms of extensive warfare, logistics and millions of deaths. The Allied actually drew up a plan, even bigger and insaner than D-Day, called Operation Downfall. When Japan surrendered, it was called off.

I remember reading a brief online interview with one of the crew members of Enola Gay that said he remembered a top military man grousing about the status and whereabouts of a third atom bomb readied to deploy from Nevada/Utah base after the second bomb was dropped.

History was made. An alternative realm would be an entirely different world that may offer less optimism post-WWII.

At Wednesday, May 27, 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

aah, easily said for them as they try any excuse possible for their atrocities.

really, the allies could have encircled the Japanese, and not insisted on Russia going to war, and rather than going for a full surrender, they could have just left well enough alone.

nothing excuses atrocities like that, not even a lie.


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