Remembering the Genocide: Hiroshima (August 6, 1945)

HIROSHIMA — Hiroshima Mayor Tadatoshi Akiba called for action to create a nuclear weapon-free world as he read out the city’s 2007 Peace Declaration on Monday, the 62nd anniversary of the devastating atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima.

In the declaration, Akiba explained the damage caused by the bombing. He then criticized the “handful of old-fashioned leaders” of nations possessing nuclear weapons, saying that they had turned their backs on the message of hibakusha — survivors of the bombing.. For full story.

Japanese pray for victims of one of the greatest war crimes in history and its most significant catalyst for nuclear proliferation.

Hiroshima mushroom cloud after air-burst genocide uranium-bomb explosion.

The barbaric direct attack against defenceless innocents by the Enola Gay B-29 monstrous strategic bomber. Now the killers call it “collateral damage.”

Hiroshima natives mourning the 62nd anniversary of the genocide in Peace Memorial Park.

The mass murderer, President Harry S Truman, now revered by liberal, consensus presidential historians, such as the great plagiarist, fraud and Meet the Press “savant” Doris Kearns Goodwin. The non-historian described Mr Truman: “I think Harry Truman ended up being an extraordinary president.” I guess this proves my point about the Missouri-born president. We Missourians don’t stick together when it comes to genocide and Nazi-equivalent war crimes.

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