Saturday, August 06, 2005

An End to Nuclear Proliferation

Sixy years ago today the United States of America murdered over 140,000 innocent lives when it dropped the A-bomb in Hiroshima, Japan.

The Japanese Imperial Army surrendered and World War II ended.

If then U.S. government didn't drop the mass destruction A-bomb, who knows how many people would've continued to die and how long the war would've lasted.

However, does killing innocent lives for peace justify killing?

On this 60th anniversary of the U.S. bombing of Hiroshima, the U.S. still has the largest and most deadliest arsenal of weapons of mass destruction A-bombs in the world.

Where is the peace? If having nuclear weapons is a mean to achieve peace, then every country should have it because peace is desperately needed.

An end to nuclear proliferation is the beginning of peace in humanity.

5 Comments:

Blogger Right Wing Nut said...

How easy is it to condemn America for dropping two nuclear bombs on Japan. We must be the bad guys. We must be the evil ones. We must be the war mongers. From reading your post, one would think that the US launched a war of aggression against the Japanese people, but that is not the case.

Japan is the one that conquered and colonized most of Asia, and launched sneak attacks against the US and many other nations.

You naively ask how avoiding the inevitable deaths on both sides of the war should an invasion of Japan prove necessary justify the killing of "innocent" lives? First, your question demonstrates a certain bias in classifying those lives lost as "innocent" lives. That is a fact that I am sure you do not personally know. Military factories were located in Hiroshima and contributed to maintaining the Japanese war effort.

Secondly, while avoiding "collateral damage" is an important factor in war planning, the first and primary objective is to win the war as quickly as possible. Burning to death is a horrible way to die. There is no doubt about it. But, this was not a war that the US wanted to fight, this was not a war that the US began, but this was a war forced upon America and the American people. That is the fact.

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