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75 Years Ago the US Destroyed Japanese Culture

09 Aug 2020, 16:27 GMT+10

In dropping nuclear weapons on Nagasaki just three days after having bombed Hiroshima, the US knew exactly what would be the level of destruction and the extent of the humanitarian disaster. Less than a second after the detonation, the northern end of the city was destroyed and 35,000 people had died.

Some might propose a political and military justification for Hiroshima, but why Nagasaki? Why a second nuclear bomb three days later? We could also question why Japanese-American citizens were put in US concentration camps during the war, in their own country, by their own government?

The only real explanation that makes sense is that the US wanted to be sure that the Japanese would forever be a sub-culture to the White-West. If you ask Japanese why they were bombed, they will tell you it was because they were "no-white" people and will ask in return "Do you think the US would have used nuclear weapons again Nazi Germany?"

In just a few minutes the US achieved what took 400 years for the European countries who colonized Africa and South America. Japan is now a territorial extension of the US, hosting many US military bases, and plays a key role in the US' geopolitical game in Asia. The Armenian Genocide Museum defines cultural genocide as "acts and measures undertaken to destroy nations' or ethnic groups' culture through spiritual, national, and cultural destruction." August 9 was a 5 second cultural genocide.

Every important event happening in today's world has a profound cultural aspect and we need to see this more closely. The US tension with China, Brexit, the election of Donald Trump, the Black Lives Matter movement, the coup in Bolivia to remove Evo Morales...all of these and much more show the White-West forces in action. These issues can't just be justified economically; we need to recognize how underneath lies the primitive fight for white cultural domination.

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