The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists: The Untold Story of the Nagasaki Mission, August 9, 1945
We will inevitably hear how we shouldn't have dropped the bombs on Japan. But the truth is when you are faced fighting a brutal war, more people are saved the quicker the war is ended. Hiroshima and Nagasaki saved many more Japanese lives than they took, but more importantly saved American and Allied lives. Using them was absolutely the right decision.
That is not to say we should drop a nuke on North Korea now. But if in a moment of madness the North Koreans dare attack the US, we need to end the threat as quickly as possible. It has to be decisive and devastating.
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DaTechGuy: Of Movers and Dragons
Twitchy: Mattis to the NoKOs: Don't do it...
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EBL: Which is better... (it was not a coincidence that the timing of that episode was on the anniversary of Hiroshima), Remember who were saved by dropping those bombs, and Nagasaki
If you never do another thing this week, just listen to this liar, please. #NorthKorea #BillClinton #NuclearWinter pic.twitter.com/FnaTFtZoEx— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 9, 2017