The Real Reason America Dropped The Atomic Bomb. It Was Not To End The War





On August 6, 1945, the world (unfortunately) entered the atomic age. Without warning, a single nuclear bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima killed about 90,000 people instantly and injured many others – who then died from radiation sickness. Three days later, a second atomic strike on the city of Nagasaki killed some 37,000 people and injured another 43,000. Together the two bombs eventually killed an estimated 200,000 Japanese civilians.

“The Library of Congress adds roughly 60 million pages to its holdings each year, a huge cache of information for the public. However, also each year, the U.S. Government classifies nearly ten times that amount – an estimated 560 million pages of documents. For scholars engaged in political, historical, scientific, or any other archival work, the grim reality is that most of their government’s activities are secret.” – Richard Dolan, historian, author (source) (you can read more about what is known as the “black budget” here)

A very important point made above, how can we really know anything about American history if a significant portion of it remains classified? That being said, how can we really know anything about American history when we have so many examples of dishonesty and misinformation? What will the history books say about 9/11? We will have to wait and see, but what our history books tell us about the atomic bomb and why it was dropped seems to be a complete lie, according to what are some very credible sources.

We are often taught that yes, use of the atomic bomb was necessary to end the war with Japan at the earliest possible moment, but judging by the statements of many high ranking political and military personnel this is simply not the case.

Here’s what General/President Dwight Eisenhower had to say about it in his 1963 memoir, The White House Years: Mandate for Change, 1953-1956 (pp. 312-313):

“Japan was already defeated and that dropping the bomb was completely unnecessary, and secondly, our country should avoid shocking world opinion by the use of a weapon whose employment was, I thought, no longer mandatory as a measure to save American lives. It was my belief that Japan was, at that very moment, seeking some way to surrender with a minimum loss of “face.” (source)

“The Japanese were ready to surrender and it wasn’t necessary to hit them with that awful thing… I hated to see our country be the first to use such a weapon.” (source)

Given what I mentioned at the start of this article, I think it’s also important to note that Eisenhower also said (in his farewell address) that:

“In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military industrial complex.  The potential for a disastrous rise of misplaced power exists, and will persist. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry, can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense, with our peaceful message and goals.”  (source)

Did this “misplaced power” influence the decision to drop the atomic bomb? It’s impossible to say for sure, but it seems absurd to not consider the possibility.

“Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the U.S., in the field of commerce and manufacturing, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.” – Woodrow Wilson, from his book entitled The New Freedom (1913).

Another great example comes from General Douglas MacArthur, who sent a 40-page memorandum to President Roosevelt that clearly outlines five different surrender overtures from high ranking Japanese officials. This memo was also revealed on the front page of the Chicago Tribune and the Washington Times on August 19th, 1945.

Again, the memo unequivocally states that the Japanese were offering to surrender. What is even more eye opening is the fact that the surrender terms were practically identical to what was ultimately accepted by the Americans after the bomb had dropped. The memo (source) stated these terms:

  • Complete surrender of all Japanese forces and arms, at home, on island possessions, and in occupied countries.
  • Occupation of Japan and its possessions by Allied troops under American direction.
  • Japanese relinquishment of all territory seized during the war, as well as Manchuria, Korea, and Taiwan.
  • Regulation of Japanese industry to halt production of any weapons and other tools of war.
  • Release of all prisoners of war and internees.
  • Surrender of designated war criminals

Japan also made multiple attempts to end the war through Sweden and Portugal, who were neutral at the time. They also approached Soviet Russia’s leaders “with a view of terminating the war if possible by September.” (source)

Here is a quote from Deputy Director of the Office of Naval Intelligence, Ellis Zacharias:

“Just when the Japanese were ready to capitulate, we went ahead and introduced to the world the most devastating weapon it had ever seen and, in effect, gave the go-ahead to Russia to swarm over Eastern Asia. Washington decided that Japan had been given its chance and now it was time to use the A-bomb. I submit that it was the wrong decision. It was wrong on strategic grounds. And it was wrong on humanitarian grounds.” (source)

Similarly, Admiral Leahy, Chief of Staff to presidents Roosevelt and Truman, later commented:

“It is my opinion that the use of the barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan… The Japanese were already defeated and ready to surrender because of the effective sea blockade and the successful bombing with conventional weapons… My own feeling was that in being the first to use it, we had adopted an ethical standard common to the barbarians of the Dark Ages. I was not taught to make war in that fashion, and wars cannot be won by destroying women and children.” (source)

There have also been some disturbing remarks like this one:

On September 9, 1945, Admiral William F. Halsey, commander of the Third Fleet, was publicly quoted extensively as stating that the atomic bomb was used because the scientists had a “toy and they wanted to try it out…” He further stated, “The first atomic bomb was an unnecessary experiment… It was a mistake to ever drop it.” (source)

He said this despite the fact that most prominent scientists were completely against it. The scientists involved with the Manhattan project even wrote to the Secretary of Defense to try and encourage him not to drop the bomb.

So ask yourself, why did they really drop the bomb? A number of theories have been purposed; outlines how it could have been dropped to demonstrate a new weapon of mass destruction to the Soviets. In 2005, new scientist alluded to the same thing, claiming that it was done to kick start the Cold War.

“The conventional wisdom that the atomic bomb saved a million lives is so widespread that… most Americans haven’t paused to ponder something rather striking to anyone seriously concerned with the issue: Not only did most top U.S. military leaders think the bombings were unnecessary and unjustified, many were morally offended by what they regarded as the unnecessary destruction of Japanese cities and what were essentially noncombat populations. Moreover, they spoke about it quite openly and publicly.”  Gar Alperovitz, University of Maryland professor of political economy – and former Legislative Director in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, and Special Assistant in the Department of State (source)

What’s My Point?

What I am trying to do here is get readers to think. If it was clearly unceccessary to drop the bomb, if it didn’t have to be done, then what is the justification? Despite the fierce opposition from various military and political leaders, and the fact that Japan was ready to surrender, it was still dropped.

War is completely unnecessary, and there are always those who seem to thrive off of creating conflict. 9/11 is a perfect example, a supposed “terrorist” attack used to justify the infiltration of the Middle East.

There are more oddities, like the information suggesting that both sides of the war were funded by the same group. You can read more about that here.

Have we learned from our mistake? The fact that nuclear weapons even exist is a discouraging fact, and I am ashamed to be a part of a race who has developed so many of them. It would be great if we could use our brilliant minds/science to advance ourselves as a civilization, not destroy it.

We need to learn from our history, not accept textbook explanations that paint a false picture of it. That being said, we have come a long way since 1945; it’s clear that the majority of people on this planet prefer to live in a peaceful world, so why are there so many obstacles in place preventing us from doing so?

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9 Responses to “The Real Reason America Dropped The Atomic Bomb. It Was Not To End The War”

  1. Nike says:

    “If it was clearly unceccessary [from a humane point of view] to drop the bomb, if it didn’t have to be done, then what is the justification? Despite the fierce opposition from various military and political leaders, and the fact that Japan was ready to surrender, it was still dropped. War is completely unnecessary [only Satanists feed from them; they feed from the horror they’ve created like vampires from human blood], and there are always those [Satanic Zionists, Freemasons, Talmudists, Cabbalists] who seem to thrive off of creating conflict” [all wars are bankers’ wars]

    [added comments]

    The wars are deliberate massmurder on the human race, the carpet bombing of German cities, the A-bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki were the real holocausts of WW II; German and Japanese Christians were massacred by Satanists (those in command happened to be Jewish).

  2. ian says:

    Nice words, we all like to talk nice words. Did we need to drop the bomb? We all say no. They all said no then too. They dropped it anyway, twice, and they’d drop it again tomorrow if they wanted to, because all this is theirs to do with as they please. We’re here too, but only as useless eaters who can be coerced into going along with their wishes by the TV that they own. If we won’t go along and become a nuisance, then they’ll threaten us and if that fails, they’ll kill us.
    Has it ever been different?

  3. Lynn says:

    Massacred to their lord of darkness. There is no mercy on this plane. These occultists have proved what they are. We are here to serve them now.

  4. Aldous says:

    I believe Atomic Weapons (should) fall into the same category as The Moon Landings and The Holocaust – it didn’t happen.

    They say that ‘a little knowledge is dangerous’ but I (and many others) have sufficient knowledge/suspicion to seriously question – we may be wrong – the very existence of Nuclear Weapons (as fission and fusion devices NOT dirty radioactive bombs) or even Nuclear Reactors – which could be, well disguised and essential ‘Dump Loads’ for a National Grid.

    The official 9/11 narrative has been pretty much torn asunder, so don’t be too quick to dismiss the Nuclear Hoax’ as yet another ‘conspiracy theory’. Just follow the money and ask oneself how much has been made out of the Nuclear Weapons Fraud – not to mention the Fear Factor and civilisations held in fear are much easier to manipulate and control – and tax.

    Why an Atomic Bomb does not work!
    The atomic bomb hoax 1945-2015

    70 years of media propaganda lies to scare people and why it is illegal to inform about it
    by Anders Björkman, M.Sc.

    First nuclear truth video (Jesse Waugh’s Nuke Lies, 2008) 7:19

    • ian says:

      Awe Shit, now I’m going to be regarded as even madder? as I tell friends, ok,ok I don’t have friends, as I tell anyone I can corner wide eyed in the pub. Remember I was telling you about the holocaust and 9/11, and 7/7, and Sandy Hook, oh and the Moon landings, well I just found out , Aroooogah, Aroooogah, step away from the terrified victim.
      Seriously though, excellent, thoroughly good food for further investigation.

    • Anonymous said…
      I have a 75 year old friend who claims to have seen nukes go off during tests for the U.S. military. He also claims to have transported “suitcase” nukes as well (portable explosives). Anything I can ask to aid your research?

      By the way, I’m reading The Flat Earth Conspiracy right now while touring India. I just had a conversation with a man who says a spiritual guide of theirs teaches the Flat Earth model to his students. Pleasantly surprised to hear that one! Also on the plane here I saw absolutely no curve in sight!
      February 14, 2015 at 5:10 PM

      Eric Dubay said…
      Galen Winsor is a nuclear physicist of renown who worked at, and helped design, nuclear power plants in Hanford, WA; Oak Ridge, TN; Morris, IL, San Jose, CA; Wimington, NJ.

      Among his positions of expertise he was in charge of measuring and controlling the nuclear fuel inventory and storage.

      He completely blows the lid off the idea of “nuclear meltdown” or “nuclear waste,” it simply does not exist, he even eats a good portion of live radioactive waste on video and claims to have been doing it for years! In this excellent presentation Galen shows that fear of nuclear radiation has been greatly exaggerated to scare people and so a few powerful organizations can maintain total control of the world’s most valuable power resource:

      The Nuclear Scare Scam
      February 14, 2015 at 11:34 PM

      Eric Dubay said…
      Hey Solar Bloom, the nuclear physicist in the video linked above says, “nuclear power plants are simply the most expensive and effective way of boiling water.” He shows Geiger counter readings in his lecture, and shows how dangerous radioactive material is by eating it!

      He has even swam in pools of it to show how harmless it is. Bikini Atoll is covered in the second video also if I remember right. And for Anonymous, thanks for getting a copy of the book! Let me know what you think when you finish. Many people have “seen” nukes go off, but they were also told to close their eyes, cover their ears and bury their heads in their laps while it happened.

      The explosions are real, it’s just that they are huge piles of layered / stacked dynamite, NOT single tiny nuclear bombs. It’s shown in the videos, huge masses of TNT, not a tiny contained little bomb / missile or even more “Hollywood” are the “suitcase nukes,” those take the cake!
      February 14, 2015 at 11:41 PM

      Eric Dubay said…
      “In Hiroshima I was prepared for radically different sights. But, to my surprise, Hiroshima looked exactly like all the other burned-out cities in Japan. There was a familiar pink blot, about two miles in diameter. It was dotted with charred trees and telephone poles. Only one of the cities twenty bridges was down.

      Hiroshima’s clusters of modern buildings in the downtown section stood upright. It was obvious that the blast could not have been so powerful as we had been led to believe. It was extensive blast rather than intensive. I had heard of buildings instantly consumed by unprecedented heat.

      Yet here I saw the buildings structurally intact, and what is more, topped by undamaged flag poles, lightning rods, painted railings, air raid precaution signs and other comparatively fragile objects. At the T-bridge, the aiming point for the atomic bomb, I looked for the “bald spot” where everything presumably had been vaporized in the twinkling of an eye. It wasn’t there or anywhere else. I could find no traces of unusual phenomena.

      What I did see was in substance a replica of Yokohama or Osaka, or the Tokyo suburbs – the familiar residue of an area of wood and brick houses razed by uncontrollable fire. Everywhere I saw the trunks of charred and leafless trees, burned and unburned chunks of wood. The fire had been intense enough to bend and twist steel girders and to melt glass until it ran like lava – just as in other Japanese cities. The concrete buildings nearest to the center of explosion, some only a few blocks from the heart of the atom blast, showed no structural damage. Even cornices, canopies and delicate exterior decorations were intact. Window glass was shattered, of course, but single-panel frames held firm; only window frames of two or more panels were bent and buckled.

      The blast impact therefore could not have been unusual.” -Major Alexander Seversky

      The Atomic Bomb Hoax (More Evidence From an Engineer’s Perspective)
      February 15, 2015 at 7:08 AM

    • I dearly hope Aldous nuclear weapons and radioactive fallout etc are a giant hoax. Hopefully Eric |Dubays site is legitimate, so far I cannot see any reason to think hes a NWO hoax artist leading minds astray

      It just makes me wonder, what killed Alexander Litvininenko then? I suppose could have been just a conventional poison of some sort

  5. Aldous says:

    The Jews (Khazars) are dab hands at furthering unbelievable atrocities perpetrated by themselves, once again and perversely against their many enemies.

    I believe the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Myths fall into this category.

    German and Japanese cities had been ‘carpet bombed’ with an incomprehensible inhumanity that somehow had to be erased from history. The Jew mind immediately looks for a way of distracting and deceiving the stupid goyim who are fighting and dying in their black propaganda engineered conflicts.

    What would the ‘aftermath’ and ‘history writing’ of World War 2 have been about without the dropping of those Atomic(sic) Bombs? The mass murder of Dresden a few months earlier with the carnage of over half a million men. women and children?

    The proxy tactics used at Dresden are still in use today by the same Zionist scum, where they bomb a place to hell, wait just long enough for the emergency services to arrive and be at full stretch – then bomb the place again to get those guys as well. plus any men women and children they may have missed the first time around. Think I’m exaggerating?

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