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Posted on Apr 11, 2024
CPT Alex Gallo
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Lt Col Charlie Brown
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The start of a nightmare that might have been preventable.
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MSG Stan Hutchison
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I disagree with the headline on this article. The war in that region started over 2000 years ago and never settled.
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MAJ Byron Oyler - There is one we can agree on.
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MAJ Byron Oyler - It is in the location of the historical Israel. Jordan was there before that.
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MAJ Byron Oyler
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CPT (Join to see) - You are 100% correct and if I was a Jew in 1948 I would not have moved to an area where people all around want to kill me.
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I understand the historical reason Jews settled there in 1948 but will never understand why a group of people would want to live in an area surrounded by people wanting to kill them. If I was a Jew at the end of WWII, I would have been like, "can we get some land in Montana or Idaho?" The Mormons have been pretty happy in Utah

--- Why they settled there? No one else would take them in their land. Not anyone in Europe. Not the US. And "surrounded by people who wanted to kill them?" Really? Seems like Israelis are the ones committing ethnic cleansing since 1948. " The creation of Israel was a violent process that entailed the forced expulsion of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their homeland to establish a Jewish-majority state, as per the aspirations of the Zionist movement.

Between 1947 and 1949, at least 750,000 Palestinians from a 1.9 million population were made refugees beyond the borders of the state. Zionist forces had taken more than 78 percent of historic Palestine, ethnically cleansed and destroyed about 530 villages and cities, and killed about 15,000 Palestinians in a series of mass atrocities, including more than 70 massacres."
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Excellent article. ANY U.S. administration which allows Iran to achieve a nuclear weapon on their watch will go down in history as an epic failure. A nuclear Iran, is a destabilizing rogue nation that the world cannot allow.
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MSG Stan Hutchison
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I do not believe Iran has developed a nuclear weapon yet.
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“What’s good for the goose.”


The USA is the ONLY COUNTRY to purposely use and drop ATOMIC NUCLEAR WEAPONS on other human beings. The ONLY country from : December 7th, 1941 up until 2024 … the only single country to push nuclear war.

Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb

SOURCE : https://www.trumanlibrary.gov/education/presidential-inquiries/decision-drop-atomic-bomb



2.) Discover the facts about the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan during World War

The atomic bombing of Nagasaki occurred on August 9, 1945, at 11:02 AM. In the early 20th century the city became a major shipbuilding centre; it was this industry that led to Nagasaki’s being chosen as a target for the second atomic bomb dropped on Japan by the United States in World War II. The bomb destroyed the innermost portion of Nagasaki.

The second atomic bomb to be detonated over a populated area was named Fat Man. It was an implosion fission bomb. It was deployed by a B-29 bomber named Bockscar. It was airburst at 500 metres (1,650 feet) above the city with a TNT equivalent of 21,000 tons (estimated).

The population of Nagasaki in July 1945 was 195,290. Approximately 40,000 people, or 20% of the total population, were killed outright or shortly after the blast. Approximately 70,000 people, or 36% of the total population, were dead by year’s end.

Approximately 40% of the buildings were completely destroyed or severely damaged.

SOURCE : https://www.britannica.com/study/atomic-bombing-of-nagasaki
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