Wednesday, August 28, 2013


Old persisting myth tend to linger on for long times.  This has certainly been the case with the atom bombing of Japan in August 1945 and the erroneous claim that it would save thousands of American lives. The truth however is quite different. Intelligent data revealed in the 1980's show that Japan's situation in the Pacific was virtually in a state of collapse and that it was already working on peace negotiations as early as April 1945.  This was also confirmed by the Dutch Judge Professor Bert Roling what sat on the international Military Tribunal for the far East and revealed that it was rather the threat of a (partial) Soviet occupation that made Japan surrender. The Russians had already proclaimed their intend at the Potsdam meeting to enter the war in the Far East ninety days after VE Day (May 8th) which would have been August 8, two days after Hiroshima was bombed on August 6. The bombs were meant to be a warning to the Russians. It was the beginning of the Cold War.
5 August 2013