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 Post subject: The use of nuclear weapons in world war 2?
PostPosted: Fri Apr 30, 2021 1:10 am 
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I was asked what I actually think about the use of nuclear weapons in world war 2.

I said that racism played a mammoth role in it being used against Japan...
And maybe it was Justice...

But it would have been more justice if it were used against germany for few reasons.

1. The aftermath of world war 2, is the Europe that exists today...
A Unified germany is actually nearly 100 years younger than the USA...

germany was a violent dictatorship from its unification, all the way up to the end of world war 2.

Numerous attempts by self thinking individuals tried to draft and ratify a constitution in germany...
all have failed because of their tyrannical emperors.

2. The germany that exists today is a defeated one.
germany got their rocks off until they got crushed...
by doing whatever makes sense, as a method to try to hurt people.

Using submarines to sink civilian ships.
Attack trade convoys on land.
Declaring war on civilians and calling it "victory"...

Blaming their victims instead of taking responsibility for what they do.

I say we should have nuked the krauts.

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