With the 67th anniversary of the dropping of the bomb on Hiroshima, the debate
continues as it does every time this year whether America could have just
invaded Japan instead of unleashing an atomic weapon unlike anything the
world had ever seen.
Once in a while, the argument is further made that the U.S. could have taken
a Japanese representative to a deserted island and demonstrated the awesome
power of their new nuclear invention. This is usually quickly negated with the
viewpoint that we only had two of the nuclear weapons and if the one
demonstrated fizzled out, the Japanese would just laugh at us. That would
leave us only one.
Not surprisingly, U.S. history as taught in American schools is usually
lacking certain information. And many generations have an obscured
In this case, the actual facts are the following:
Other than the atomic bomb tested in New Mexico, and the two dropped
on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, there was one more all ready to go.
Therefore, with three atomic bombs in possession by the U.S.,
would Jesus have preferred that America first demonstrate one of
the three on a deserted island and see if the Japanese would
come to their senses based on this?
We have many religious hypocrites in America who do not practice
what they preach.