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令和5年8月9日。米国による長崎市への原子爆弾の投下から78年目を迎えました。 非道な核攻撃の犠牲となられた全ての御霊に対し、謹んで哀悼の誠を捧げますとともに、復興を成し遂げられた先人の努力に感謝を申し上げます。 御霊安かれ。国安かれ。 #長崎原爆の日 #焼き場に立つ少年 pic.twitter.com/NSR87PC0v1

2023-08-09 00:00:31
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shin@バービーが地球から消え去りますように💕 @shin_the3rd

《日本人が知るべき事実》 米軍による 「大分の小学生大虐殺」 #保戸島空襲 小学校に爆弾攻撃。多数の児童が即死。 怪我をした児童が泣きながら瓦礫から抜け出すと 《機銃掃射で虐殺》 「お母さんたちが頭の割れた、お腹が破れた手も足も無いわが子を抱いて、わんわん泣き叫んだ」 ⬇️殺された子供達 pic.twitter.com/cr70d2f1di

2023-08-07 19:47:01
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PK-Dick @82pkdick

今改めて考えよう。原爆投下は冷戦の始まりだったのだ。日本を降伏させるためとか、本土決戦を避けるためとか、全部あとで取って付けた作り話。 原爆の威力を見せたあと始まった、冷戦の影に隠れた支配構造。それがこのきのこ雲で開始された。 そして冷戦は見せかけだけ終了し、支配は続いている。 twitter.com/LPNational/sta…

2023-08-09 19:30:59
Libertarian Party @LPNational

Today is the anniversary of the atomic bomb detonation in Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. It's a sad reminder that most of what we have been taught about the atomic bombs, and the reasons behind their usage, is the product of lies and the US propaganda machine. According to the standard narrative, Japan refused to surrender in WW2 even after long and bloody battles in the Pacific, and an allied invasion of the Japanese mainland would have caused the deaths of 1 million+ allied soldiers as well as 10 million+ Japanese. Slaughtering hundreds of thousands of innocents in the two cities, by this argument, saved millions of lives and convinced Japan to surrender. In reality, Japan actually had made overtures as early as late May, 1945 to surrender to the United States in a manner that was virtually unconditional, save for some basic legal protections for Emperor Hirohito. Furthermore, Japan was in no position to continue the war for long, for the US oil embargo had completely starved the country of fuel and basic resources. By the end of July, 1945, Japan’s navy had completely stopped major naval operations. Some of the highest-ranking and most respected US generals reflected back on the bombings and expressed moral outrage and strategic doubts about their usage. Others made this clear at the time, and strongly urged their civil superiors not to use them. Supreme Allied Commander in Europe Dwight Eisenhower, for instance, pleaded with Secretary of War Henry Stimson to reconsider the plan, expressing his belief “that Japan was already defeated and that dropping the bomb was completely unnecessary,” and also because he “thought that our country should avoid shocking world opinion by the use of a weapon whose employment was, I thought, no longer mandatory as a measure to save American lives. It was my belief that Japan was,” Eisenhower wrote, “at that very moment, seeking some way to surrender with a minimum loss of ‘face.’” Admiral William Leahy, the highest-ranking US military officer on active duty in the war, wrote similarly: “It is my opinion that the use of this barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were already defeated and ready to surrender because of the effective sea blockade and the successful bombing with conventional weapons.” Chester Nimitz, the commander-in-chief of the US Pacific Fleet, insisted that the atomic bombs were “of no material assistance in our war against Japan” for similar reasons. General Douglas MacArthur, the supreme allied commander of the southwest Pacific, saw “no military justification for the dropping of the bomb” whatsoever, and also professed that “Japan would have surrendered even if the atomic bombs had not been dropped.” Admiral William “Bull” Halsey stated emphatically that “atomic bombing – of civilians, is morally indefensible.” Because the US government decided otherwise, 225,000+ innocent civilians died in atrocities the scale of which the world had never seen. Instead of saving American lives, the chief purpose of the two atomic bombs seems to have been to flex the might of the American war machine in front of Soviet eyes. The detonations led to a costly arms race, the birth of the military industrial complex, and the Cold War itself. Americans are still paying the price for all of it. We do not accept that the atomic bombs saved millions of lives (they didn’t), that Japan would never have surrendered otherwise (they would have, and tried do to so prior to the bombings), or that they were morally justified in any way (they weren’t). These are all myths to justify the mass extermination of civilians in an overt act of terrorism by the US government. We chose to expose these truths about the catastrophes in Hiroshima and Nagasaki because we do not accept that it is ever moral to target civilians for mass death. Additionally, we hope recounting these horrors will persuade others that they must never transpire again. For humanity to thrive, there can be no brinksmanship with Russia, China, or any other nuclear power. For humanity to thrive, there can be no nuclear winter. For humanity to thrive, there can never be any more tragedies like Hiroshima and Nagasaki ever again.

2023-08-07 08:50:29
morpheus🪖Reloaded⚔️地滑り的勝利への覚醒🏆 @Reloaded7701

🇷🇺ロシア連邦上院議員コンスタンチン・ドルゴフ🗣️広島・長崎への原爆投下が今の日本へどの様な影響があるのか… 悲しい事だ。何十年にもわたる洗脳の結果、日本は外交・軍事政策における自主性を完全に失っている。 🐸🇺🇸米国以外の外国は🇯🇵日本が重要な国であると解っていて今の日本に対し悲しみ、嘆いている。 欧州でさえ一般人はそう思っている。 彼らが言う様に我々への洗脳は核兵器や原発の放射能被爆の比ではなく、精神汚染という民族破壊という名の放射線を致死量、数十年浴び続けている事にある。

2023-08-07 22:34:02
カピバラ子 @c041207

私の幼い従兄弟は戦後半島から生きて帰る事は無かった。ポツダム宣言受諾した後なのにソ連軍は幼い子供を含む多くの日本人を命乞など全く無視して虐殺の限りを尽くした。やっと日本に帰れた引き上げ船にソ連の艦船は発砲し逃げ惑う人々を更に撃ちまった。多くの日本人女性がどれだけ野獣と化した彼ら

2023-08-09 07:25:49
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PK-Dick @82pkdick

主に政治ネタ専用のアカウント。基本保守やや右です。20代の頃はもともと左寄りでしたが、ブログで情報収集しているうちに日本のマスコミの偏向に(やっとw)気付きました。書かれていないこと、報道されないことにも真実がある。