September 16, 2014bombas-vítimas-G.jpgleft, Hiroshima scene
Stalin said you cannot rule without terror. Dropping nuclear bombs on Japan set the stage for the Cold War which froze the world in fear for four decades, cost Americans alone five trillion dollars, and distracted them from the real enemy, the Illuminati central bankers.
As soon as the Cold War ended, we had 9-11 & the “War on Terror.”‘The New World Order has based its entire strategy on the agony of the hundreds of thousands of civilians burned alive at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, including many thousands of children sitting in their schoolrooms.”by Hamad SubaniThe World
The excuse for dropping two atomic bombs on Japan in August 1945 and killing over 210,000 people was that an invasion would have cost a million US soldiers’ lives.
By Victor Davis HansonThe Japanese did not see their attack on Pearl Harbor as foolish at all. What in retrospect seems suicidal did not necessarily seem so at the time. In hindsight, the wiser Japanese course would have been to absorb the orphaned colonial Far Eastern possessions of France, the Netherlands and Great Britain that were largely defenseless after June 1941.
And had the Japanese and Germans coordinated strategy, the two might have attacked Russia simultaneously in June 1941 without prompting a wider war with the United States, or in the case of Japan, an immediate conflict necessarily with Great Britain.
But in the Japanese view, the Soviets had proved stubborn opponents………….
Gunny G: Bambusa ventricosa Kimmei Kimmei Bamboo ~ (Buddha Belly)… “…interesting story about how he first got it from a woman he met at a bamboo show who supposedly smuggled it in from Japan…”
Bambusa ventricosa Kimmei, common name: Kimmei Bamboo, also identified as Bambusa tuldoides ‘Ventricosa Kimmei’ has yellow culms with green vertical stripes.Maximum height: 30 ft.Maximum culm diameter:
2″Minimum temperature: 27°FMinimum USDA hardiness zone: 8B.
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Published on Jul 12, 2014
Servando Gonzalez — The Current Tragedy of the Commons… “Marx and Engels began their Communist Manifesto with a warning and a threat: “A specter is haunting Europe — the specter of Communism.” “
By Servando Gonzalez
June 27, 2014NewsWithViews.com
According to French economist Thomas Picketty, a new threatening specter is haunting the world: the specter of economic inequality.According a reviewer, Picketty’s new book, Capital in the Twenty First Century, has almost overnight captivated “Main Street, Wall Street and the cream of Washington’s trend-minded policymakers and think tankers.” What is Picketty’s book main thesis?
That the gap between the poor and the rich has reached dangerous levels. Picketty warns that the U.S. may be on the same trajectory as France before the Revolution, where the very rich ended with their heads chopped-off.After analyzing data from the U.K., France, Germany, Japan and the U.S., Picketty proved with hard data what many people already have been talking about for many years: the rich really are getting richer, and their wealth is not trickling down.
The Happy Warrior – LewRockwell.com… “Curtis LeMay was a belligerent Cold Warrior who was portrayed in the satirical film Dr. Strangelove, as the trigger-happy General Jack D. Ripper. In air campaigns against Japan during World War II, LeMay abandoned the established policy of daylight, precision bombing. Instead, he loaded his B29′s with firebombs and sent them out over Japanese cities during the night. As LeMay described it, the B29′s “scorched, boiled and baked to death” some 300,000 people.After World War II, LeMay served in the Pentagon. In 1947, LeMay…… “
“The reality is that we are a country like any other, with good and evil people, the strong and the weak, noble and criminal acts, with truth often hidden under deception and propaganda.” –James K. Galbraith
General Curtis LeMay was a belligerent Cold Warrior who was portrayed in the satirical film Dr. Strangelove, as the trigger-happy General Jack D. Ripper. In air campaigns against Japan during World War II, LeMay abandoned the established policy of daylight, precision bombing. Instead, he loaded his B29′s with firebombs and sent them out over Japanese cities during the night.
As LeMay described it, the B29′s “scorched, boiled and baked to death” some 300,000 people.After World War II, LeMay served in the Pentagon.
In 1947, LeMay transferred to Wiesbaden, Germany to command U.S. Air Forces in Europe. LeMay returned to the U.S. in October 1948 to take charge of the Strategic Air Command SAC. LeMay’s first war plan, drawn up in 1949, proposed delivering “the entire stockpile of atomic bombs in a single massive attack” — dropping 133 atomic bombs on 70 cities within 30 days.
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By Susan Duclos In this nearly two minute video BPEarthWatch points to an event that he highlights as being biblical in nature, the beginning of the end….. and the potential for global extinction. [Updated} Part two is out and shown as the second video below. The biblical verse he is referencing is Revelation 8:9 which says “a third of the living creatures in the sea died, and a third of the ships were destroyed,” as he reminds viewers that the Pacific Ocean is one third-of the world’s oceans.