Interview 029 – The Mike Church show on the evil of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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Today Ryan was interviewed on the Mike Church show to talk about the immorality of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings considered from moral principles and from the actual history. You won’t find clarity like this anywhere else.

We talk about the historicity of the Japanese surrender offers prior to the bomb from decoded messages, state department meeting notes that have been declassified, and the testimony of Generals contemporaneous with the event who lamented or else outright condemned it. We also talk about the moral principles involved so that even if the American propaganda narrative was correct, it was still immoral to drop the bomb on defenseless cities. An hour of clarity not to be missed.

The Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb
The Bells of Nagasaki
The Miracle of Hiroshima

3 thoughts on “Interview 029 – The Mike Church show on the evil of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

  1. Thomas J. Ryan (@RyanNX211)

    I think I’ve met more people who said they owe their existence to the bombing of Hiroshima & Nagasaki than who claim to have been Holocaust survivors. There never seems to be any verification, and if you try, you’re unpatriotic. You’d think every GI was enroute to Japan for an invasion where they were guaranteed to die with 10 million others.

    As the years go on, the arguments made sound even more absurd. We’re told Truman agonized over the decision although he said he “never gave it is second thought.” The latest reason being floated is that the Japanese were getting ready to turn the A-bomb on us!

    We now hear it saved millions of lives; and according to David Barton (on Glenn Beck) we had already risked too many lives dropping leaflets on Japan.

    Unconditional Surrender demands are what cost so many lives and we have our own Calvinism to blame for the insistence of this unjust requirement.

    Our co-religionists are buying the nonsense now:


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