Did Nagasaki and Hiroshima save the world from a Nuclear War?
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10-03-2012, 05:36 PM
Did Nagasaki and Hiroshima save the world from a Nuclear War?
Had the nuclear bomb never been used in World War II do you think it possible that both participants in the Cold War would have been less reluctant to resort to nuclear weapons?

Nothing can justify what happened at Nagasaki or Hiroshima, no excuses can be made. The sins of the few can not be forgiven, but the loss of many may have been the salvation of everyone.

The last time I seriously thought about the nuclear bombing, I was a Roman Catholic, I thought the means justified, and those who died would go to heaven.

Now, I'm an atheist, the means will never be justified, but the victims could be the saviors of all humanity. I only hope they found peace. Forget the Japanese internment camps that brought me to look into Nagasaki and Hiroshima again., they are nothing when compared to this.
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Did Nagasaki and Hiroshima save the world from a Nuclear War? - TheArcticSage - 10-03-2012 05:36 PM
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