|Samuel Oppenheimer was an
Ashkenazi Jewish banker, imperial court diplomat, factor, and military supplier
for the Holy Roman Emperor.
He enjoyed the special favor of Emperor
Leopold I, to whom he advanced considerable sums of money for the Great Turkish
Simon Wolf Oppenheimer, established a banking house in Hanover
which became Hanover Bank.
Mayer Amschel Rothschild apprenticed and
learned the banking business from Jakob Wolf Oppenheimer, Simon's son.
Mayer Amschel Rothschild's wealth came from failing to pay the Hessian
troops that had hired out as mercenaries to the British Empire to fight the
American Insurrection of 1776.
military science recognizes two kinds of warfare - the dharmayuddha and the
Dharmayuddha is war carried on the principles of
meaning here the Ksatradharma
or the law of Kings and Warriors - a just and righteous war with the
approval of society.
unrighteous war - a crafty fight carried on in secret.
science of warfare values both niti and saurya -
ethical principles and valor.
It was therefore realized that the waging of war without regard to
moral standards degraded the institution
into mere animal ferocity.
The necessary education, drill, and
discipline to cultivate militarism were confined to
the members of one community, the Ksatriyas.
This prevented the militant attitude from
spreading to other communities and
kept the whole social structure
unaffected by actual wars
and war institutions.
August 6, @ 9:15
"Little Boy" is detonated @ 1,900 ft.
1.38% of the
uranium-235, 80% enrichment, actually fissions.
One hundred and fifty thousand people are
(actual badges worn by military personel)
"It is my opinion that the use of this barbarous
weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war
The Japanese were already defeated and ready to
surrender because of the
blockade and the successful bombing with conventional weapons.
own feeling is that being the first to use it,
we adopted an ethical standard
common to barbarians in Dark Ages."- Admiral William Leahy
"During World War II, the US fought the
Germans in Europe and the Japanese in Asia.
The Soviet Union, then under
Joseph Stalin's brutal rule, was America's "ally" during this war.
Soviets, however, only fought Germany; they maintained a nonaggression pact
Stalin if he would break
his treaty with Japan and enter the Pacific war.
on condition that the United States supply him with all the weapons, vehicles
and materiel his Far Eastern army would need for the expedition.
Roosevelt agreed, and some 600 shiploads of supplies were sent to
Russia to equip Stalin's army to fight Japan.
Hitler and Stalin invade
Poland in a joint venture which officially begins World War II.
invades Finland, Latvia,
Estonia and Lithuania, and annexes part of Romania.
Stalin sends his
army into the Far East five days before the war ends.
struck by the atomic bomb, is ready to surrender.
move into China, where,
after very limited fighting, they accepted the surrender of huge Japanese
They then turned these weapons, plus their own
American lend-lease supplies,
over to communist rebel Mao Zedong.
The Chinese communists ultimately overthrew the Nationalist
government."- James Perloff
1945 Hiroshima - This is an important army depot and port of embarkation
in the middle of an urban industrial area.
It is a good radar target
and it is such a size that a large part of the city could be extensively
There are adjacent hills which are likely to produce a
focusing effect which would considerably increase the blast damage.
to rivers it is not a good incendiary target. (Classified as an AA Target)
The feasibility of following the raid by an incendiary mission was
This has the great advantage that the enemies' fire fighting
ability will probably be paralyzed by the gadget so that a very serious
conflagration should be capable of being started.
It was agreed that
psychological factors in the target selection were of great
Two aspects of this are (1) obtaining the greatest
psychological effect against Japan and (2) making the initial use sufficiently
spectacular for the importance of the weapon to be internationally recognized
when publicity is released." - from the minutes of the second meeting of the
Target Committee Los Alamos
"If you approach the problem and say, 'We
know what is right and we would like to use the atomic bomb to persuade you to
agree with us,' then you are in a very weak position and you will not succeed.
You will find yourselves attempting by force of arms to prevent a disaster." -
J. Robert Oppenheimer
July 26 Truman and other allied
leaders issued the Potsdam Declaration, an ultimatum outlining terms of
surrender for Japan.
27 MEMORANDUM ON THE USE OF S-1 BOMB:
"Ever since I have been in
touch with this program I have had a feeling that before the bomb is actually
used against Japan that Japan should have some preliminary warning for say two
or three days in advance of use. The position of the US as
a great humanitarian nation and the
fair play attitude of
our people generally is responsible in the main for this feeling. During recent
weeks I have also had the feeling very definitely that the Japanese government
may be searching for some
they could use as a medium of surrender." - Undersecretary of the Navy Ralph A.
TO: General Carl Spaatz Commanding General US Army Strategic Air
The 509 Composite Group, 20th Air Force will deliver its first
special bomb as soon as weather will permit visual bombing after about 3 August
1945 on one of the targets: Hiroshima, Kokura, Niigata and Nagasaki.
"To carry military and civilian scientific personnel from the War
Department to observe and record the effects of the explosion of the bomb,
additional aircraft will accompany the airplane carrying the bomb.
observing planes will stay several miles distant from the point of impact of
Additional bombs will be delivered on the above targets as
soon as made ready by the project staff.
Further instructions will be
issued concerning targets other than those listed above.
any and all information concerning the use of the weapon against Japan is
reserved to the Secretary
of War and the President
of the US.
No communiques on the subject or releases of information
will be issued by Commanders in the field without specific prior authority.
stories will be sent to the War Department for specific clearance.
The foregoing directive is issued to you by direction and with the
approval of the Secretary of War and of the
Chief of Staff, USA.
It is desired that you personally deliver one copy of this directive to
General MacArthur and one copy to Admiral Nimitz for their information." -
Thomas T Handy General, G.S.C. Acting Chief of Staff
August 3 Japanese sue for peace and attempt to
An atomic bomb, Little Boy, is dropped
without warning on the center of the Japanese city of Hiroshima.
hundred and fifty thousand people are killed.
10% of victims are
Half of the victims die of
radiation poisoning over the
next few months.
and Nagasaki Death Toll
August 8 Soviets
declare war on Japan.
August 9 Another atomic
bomb, Fat Man, is dropped on Urakami Cathedral in the city of Nagasaki - a
center of Portuguese and Dutch influence from the 16th through 19th centuries.
August 14 Radio Tokyo announces that the
Japanese emperor had accepted the terms for surrender.
told that the atomic bomb has ended the
war, "saving" a million lives that would have been lost if the Americans
had to invade mainland Japan.
This historical myth is used to justified
the greatest terrorist attack in world history.
propaganda narrative took root
quickly becoming deeply embedded in the
insure the success of myths they must be repeated.
On the 50th
anniversary of the greatest terrorist attack in
human history, the propaganda
narrative was reinforced in an exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution on
the Enola Gay, the plane that dropped the first atomic bomb.
presented officially sanctioned historical myth portraying atomic bombings as
Although politically correct for
a militarized country, the
exhibit and the propaganda
narrative on which it is based were historically inaccurate.
Smithsonian exhibit downplayed the entire event:
atomic bombs "caused
many tens of thousands of deaths";
that Hiroshima was "a definite
that use of the atomic bombs "led to the immediate
surrender of Japan";
"made unnecessary the planned invasion of the
Japanese home islands."
The Enola Gay exhibit repeats the outright lie
of attempts to protect the civilian population:
"special leaflets were
dropped on Japanese cities" warning civilians to evacuate.
dropped on Japanese cities suggesting evacuation AFTER Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Sept. 20, 1945 "The war
would have been over in two weeks without the Russians entering and without the
atomic bomb. The atomic bomb had nothing to do with the end of the war at all."
- Gen. Curtis LeMay
J. Robert Oppenheimer states the
bomb was dropped on "an essentially defeated enemy."
Oppenheimer warns against a "sleazy sense of omnipotence" while stoking the fear of an
atomic suitcase bomb - "... an individual could destroy New York
1947 In a Harper's magazine article McGeorge Bundy,
ghostwritten for Secretary of War
Henry L. Stimson, claims American lives were saved.
He later confesses
that he had pulled the idea out of thin air in order to justify the
The myths surrounding Hiroshima have made it possible for
the 'defense' establishment to argue that atomic bombs are legitimate
If atomic bombs are legitimate weapons then soft, silent
bioweapons of mass destruction become even more appealing and less noticeable
The Soul of
America was handed over to Satan on the day that America did the bidding of
the Soulless Reptilian
Money Changers and dropped an atomic bomb on the only Christian community
in Japan slaughtering 64,000 helpless people, mostly women and children.
From that time forward AMERICA'S COMMUNAL SIN has been
destroying the American people
"All acts of violence leave
their imprint on the perpetrator, perpetrators ultimately suffer violence equal
to that inflicted." - Charles Eisenstein
I am the Reverend
Pastor of the Methodist Church of Hiroshima
was in a western suburb when the bomb struck
Like a sheet of sunlight.
Fearing for my wife and family I ran back into the city
saw hundreds and hundreds fleeing
Every one of them hurt in some way.
The eyebrows of some were burned off
Skin hung from their faces
Some were vomiting as they walked
On some naked
bodies the burns had made patterns
Of the shapes of flowers transferred
From their kimonos to human skin.
Almost all had their heads
Looked straight ahead, were silent
And showed no
Under many houses I heard trapped people screaming
Crying for help but there were none to help
And the fire was
I came to a young woman holding her dead baby
pleaded with me to find her husband
So he could see the baby one last
There was nothing I could do but humor her.
By accident I
ran into my own wife
Both she and our child were alive and well.
For days I carried water and food to the wounded and the dying.
I apologized to them: "Forgive me,"
"for not sharing your burden."
I am the Reverend Kiyoshi Tanimoto
Pastor of the Methodist Church of
I was in a western suburb when the bomb struck
sheet of sunlight.
myths have gradually given rise to
imperialist American unilateralism born of atomic
Security Strategy 2002 states "that mass civilian casualties is the
specific objective of terrorists."
Growing up I feared nuclear war.
My first year in elementary school we had numerous drills.
There was two types of drill: in the first one, a fire drill, we filed
out of the classroom and
stood in lines on the pavement; in the second drill, the nuclear war drill, we
were told to crawl under our desks, kneel, put our face between our thighs,
lace our fingers behind our neck and push that face into those thighs.
(I am sure this is where they got the idea of kissing your ass
objective of terrorists is to terrorize you.
US government officials terrorized
August 9 @ 11:02
Christian bomber crew drops a plutonium bomb, on Urakami
Cathedral, Nagasaki, Japan the main Christian community in
Ground Zero: Urakami Cathedral, Nagasaki
At 11:02 a.m. on August 9, 1945 an all-Christian bomber crew
dropped a plutonium bomb, on Nagasaki,
Nagasaki was attacked with a bomb made of
plutonium, named after
Pluto, god of the underworld,
known as Hades to the
The most toxic substance known to
science, developed for mass destruction,
plutonium is so lethal it
contaminates everything nearby - a half-life of 24,100 years.
was the Christian center of Japan and "ground zero" was the largest cathedral
in the Far East, Urakami Cathedral.
Nagasaki was famous in the history
of Japanese Christianity as it had the largest concentration of baptized
Christians in all of Japan.
It was the megachurch of its time, with
12,000 baptized members.
The bombardier looking through his bomb site
31,000 feet overhead identified the cathedral through a break in the clouds and
ordered the drop.
At 11:02 a.m., during morning mass, Nagasaki
Christianity was boiled, evaporated and carbonized in a scorching, satanic,
radioactive fireball that exploded 500 meters above the cathedral.
it turned out, "ground zero" for "Fat Man" was the surviving center of Japanese
Christianity which had survived two centuries of
What the Japanese Imperial government could not do in
over 200 years of persecution,
destroy Japanese Christianity, American Christians did in nine seconds.
Today those who are members of Christian churches in Japan represent a
fraction of 1% of the population, and the average attendance at Christian
worship services is 30.
Map of Every Nuclear Explosion
US Cold War Nuclear Target List
1958 Edward Teller at Atomic Energy Commission begins
Project Chariot, part of Operation Plowshare,
a proposal to construct an
artificial harbor at Cape Thompson on the North Slope of Alaska by burying
and detonating a string of nuclear devices.
Plan to detonate a nuclear
bomb in Alberta to collect oil sands wins approval of the Alberta government,
but is vetoed by Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker.
America's atomic vets: 'We were used as guinea
For 25 Years, U.S. Special Forces Carried Miniature Nukes on
The Davy Crockett Battlefield Nuclear Weapon
1961 Tsar Bomba shock wave blows roofs
off stone houses and destroys wood houses hundreds of miles away.
The Day the Earth Caught Fire
Voyage to the
Bottom of the Sea
US nearly detonated atomic bomb over North
test explosive device is lowered into a shaft drilled into the desert alluvium
636 ft deep.
The fusion-fission blast had a yield equivalent to 104
kilotons of TNT and lifted a dome of 11,000,000 long tons (12,000,000 short
tons) of soil 300 ft above the
The resulting crater is 330 ft deep with a diameter of
about 1,280 ft.
circular area of the desert floor five miles across is obscured by a
The blast caused seismic waves equivalent to an
earthquake of 4.75 on the Richter
Sedan Nuclear Test - Original Military Film
Starfish Prime project a Thor rocket carrying a W49 thermonuclear warhead
(manufactured by Los Alamos
Scientific Laboratory) and a Mk. 2 reentry vehicle was launched from
Johnston Island in the Pacific Ocean, about 1,450 kilometres (900 mi)
west-southwest of Hawaii.
The explosion takes place at an altitude of
250 miles (400 km), above a point 19 miles (31 km) southwest of Johnston
It produces a yield equivalent to 1.4 megatonnes of
While some of the energetic beta particles follow
the magnetic field
of the Earth and illuminated the sky, other high-energy particles became
trapped and form radiation belts around
These man-made radiation belts
one-third of all satellites in low Earth orbit.
Soviets nearly use bomb
Solar storm nearly takes US to brink of
1992 A high-ranking Pakistani official admits that the country
had developed the ability to assemble a nuclear weapon by 1987.
Nuclear War and the Science Experiment
1998 India detonates three nuclear weapons so Islamabad
detonates five nuclear weapons.
"This was not a failure of intelligence. The intelligence was in the
system." - Richard Barlow
SEC. 1070. RELIEF OF RICHARD M. BARLOW
OF SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO.
(a) Findings.--Congress makes the following
(1) Richard M. Barlow was a counter-proliferation
intelligence officer with expertise in Pakistan nuclear issues.
1980-82, Richard M. Barlow served as the action officer for Pakistan
proliferation matters at the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.
In 1985, Richard M. Barlow joined the
CIA, becoming a
recognized issue expert on Pakistan's clandestine nuclear purchasing networks
and its weapons programs.
(4) After serving as a
Special Agent with the Customs Service, Richard M. Barlow then joined the
Office of the Secretary of Defense starting in 1989, where he continued to
investigate Pakistan's nuclear weapons network headed by A. Q. Khan.
(5) Richard M. Barlow was instrumental in the
1987 arrest and later
conviction of 2 agents in Pakistan's nuclear weapons development program headed
by A. Q. Khan, for which he received an award for exceptional
accomplishment from the Director of the CIA and numerous commendations from
Department and law enforcement
(6) In addition, Richard M. Barlow
received a prestigious commendation from the State Department Legal Advisor for
assistance to President Ronald Reagan and Secretary of State George P. Schultz
for triggering the Solarz Amendment relating to termination of military and
economic aid to Pakistan for exporting nuclear weapons technology.
In a classified hearing following the arrests of the Pakistani agents, Richard
M. Barlow, as the CIA's top expert, testified truthfully to the Subcommittee on
Asian Pacific Affairs of the Committee on International Relations of the House
of Representatives, then known as the House Foreign Affairs Committee, that the
arrested Pakistanis were agents of the Pakistani government, and revealed that
continued to regularly violate US nuclear export laws.
(8) Richard M.
Barlow's actions revealed that certain Executive Branch officials had been
withholding this information from the Congressional committees.
1989, Richard M. Barlow joined the Office of the Secretary of Defense in the
Office of Non-proliferation where he continued to investigate Pakistani
(10) In April 1989, Richard M. Barlow received
an outstanding performance review from his DoD supervisors, and in June 1989 he
(11) During the
spring and early
summer of 1989, Richard M. Barlow
told his supervisors on a number of occasions that he had serious concerns that
Executive Branch officials were concealing intelligence about Pakistan's
nuclear program from Congress and were obstructing pending criminal
investigations into Pakistan's procurement efforts in order to avoid triggering
the Pressler and Solarz Amendments and to obtain approval for a proposed
$1,400,000,000 sale of F-16 jets to Pakistan.
(12) On August 2, 1989,
Richard M. Barlow raised concerns about false testimony given by senior
officials to the Congress on Pakistan's nuclear capabilities to the
Subcommittee on Asian Pacific Affairs of the Committee on International
Relations of the House.
(13) On August 4, 1989, several weeks after
being promoted, Richard M. Barlow was handed a notice of pending termination.
(14) On August 8, 1989, Richard M. Barlow's security clearances were
suspended for reasons that were classified and not revealed to him.
(15) On August 26, 1989, Richard M. Barlow, under threat of firing, was
offered a series of menial, temporary assignments by Department of Defense
personnel and security officials concerned about possible retaliation against
him as a Congressional whistleblower by senior officials in the Office of the
Secretary of Defense.
(16) Richard M. Barlow then underwent a 9-month
long security investigation involving numerous allegations levied against him
by his superiors in the Office of Secretary of Defense, all of which were found
to be false.
(17) In March of 1990, Richard M. Barlow then had his
security clearance restored and remained in a series of temporary assignments
until February 1992, when he then resigned under duress.
(18) At the
time of his separation from government service, Richard M. Barlow had completed
8 years of government service.
(19) Richard M. Barlow's temporary loss
of his security clearance and personnel actions against him damaged his
reputation and left him unable to find suitable employment inside the
(20) For the next 15 years, Richard M. Barlow continued to
serve his country as a consultant to the
intelligence and law enforcement
communities working on complex counterintelligence and
counter-proliferation operations without the benefits he would have had if he
had continued as a Federal employee.
(21) In 1998, the Senate approved
a private relief resolution, Senate Resolution 253 (105th Congress) to provide
compensation for Richard M. Barlow's losses on ``the nature, extent, and
character of the claim for compensation referred to in such bill as a legal or
equitable claim against the US or a gratuity''.
(22) With Senate Resolution 253, the Senate recognized
the importance of protecting Federal employees who
inform Congress of
Executive Branch distortions of the truth and other wrongdoing.
(23) On March 6, 2000, the Government filed a
protective order under the
secrets privilege for documents requested under discovery by Richard M.
Barlow relating to the Pakistan nuclear program.
(24) The documents
denied under the state secrets
privilege were documents that Richard M. Barlow had official access to
prior to the loss of clearance.
(25) The documents denied under the
state secrets privilege
were subpoenaed by Richard M. Barlow to substantiate the allegations he
originally made regarding his claim of false testimony of Government officials
to Congress on the Pakistan nuclear weapons program and the actions taken
(26) The evidence withheld from the Court as a result of
the state secrets
privilege included significant, sworn statements from a number of senior
intelligence, State Department, and
corroborating Richard M. Barlow's charges of
Executive Branch wrongdoing.
(27) As a result of the use of the
state secrets privilege, Richard
M. Barlow and the US Court of Federal Claims did not have access to evidence
and information necessary to evaluate the key information relating to the
merits of Richard M. Barlow's case and accurately report its findings to the
(28) Since Richard M. Barlow's separation
from government service in 1992, five Senate and five House committees have
intervened in support of Richard M. Barlow's case on a bipartisan basis, and
investigations by the CIA, State
Department Inspectors General, and the Government Accountability Office
have corroborated Mr. Barlow's findings or found that personnel actions were
taken against him in reprisal.
(29) Richard M. Barlow is recognized for
his patriotism and service to his country.
November 7, 2001
Khan Job: Bush Spiked Probe of Pakistan's Dr.
Weapons Site Alarms Shut Off, Scientists Inhale Uranium
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