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[Remember]:deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II
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[Remember]:deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II
https://edition.cnn.com/2020/03/07/asia/...index.html

History's deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II and you've probably never heard of it


Quote:As the flames closed in, Nihei found herself at a Tokyo crossroad, screaming for her father. A stranger wrapped himself around her to protect her from the flames. As more people piled into the intersection, she was pushed to the ground.
As
she drifted in and out of consciousness beneath the crush, she remembers hearing muffled voices above: "We are Japanese. We must live. We must live." Eventually, the voices became weaker. Until silence.
When Nihei was finally pulled out from the pile of people, she saw their bodies charred black. The stranger who had protected her was her father. After falling to the ground, they'd both been shielded from the fire by the charred corpses that were now at their ankles.

Quote:As many as 100,000 Japanese people were killed and another million injured, most of them civilians, when more than 300 American B-29 bombers dropped 1,500 tons of firebombs on the Japanese capital that night.

And then you come lecture me about human rights you fucking terrorists.

Quote:The inferno the bombs created reduced an area of 15.8 square miles to ash. And, by some estimates, a million people were left homeless.
The human toll that night exceeded that of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki later that year, where the initial blasts killed about 70,000 people and 46,000 people respectively, according to the US Department of Energy.

And when somebody reminds you of the filth your fathers did -and you kept as a legacy, doing the exact same-, you say they are "mentally ill".
And you wonder why Coronavirus hit you?

Covid-19 is just the start, hopefully. Cleaning the filth you built

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RE: [Remember]:deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II
(May 14, 2020 at 7:53 pm)WinterHold Wrote:
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And then you come lecture me about human rights you fucking terrorists.



And when somebody reminds you of the filth your fathers did -and you kept as a legacy, doing the exact same-, you say they are "mentally ill".
And you wonder why Coronavirus hit you?

Covid-19 is just the start, hopefully. Cleaning the filth you built


Popcorn

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RE: [Remember]:deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II
(May 14, 2020 at 7:53 pm)WinterHold Wrote: https://edition.cnn.com/2020/03/07/asia/...index.html

History's deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II and you've probably never heard of it


Quote:As the flames closed in, Nihei found herself at a Tokyo crossroad, screaming for her father. A stranger wrapped himself around her to protect her from the flames. As more people piled into the intersection, she was pushed to the ground.
As
she drifted in and out of consciousness beneath the crush, she remembers hearing muffled voices above: "We are Japanese. We must live. We must live." Eventually, the voices became weaker. Until silence.
When Nihei was finally pulled out from the pile of people, she saw their bodies charred black. The stranger who had protected her was her father. After falling to the ground, they'd both been shielded from the fire by the charred corpses that were now at their ankles.

Quote:As many as 100,000 Japanese people were killed and another million injured, most of them civilians, when more than 300 American B-29 bombers dropped 1,500 tons of firebombs on the Japanese capital that night.

And then you come lecture me about human rights you fucking terrorists.

Quote:The inferno the bombs created reduced an area of 15.8 square miles to ash. And, by some estimates, a million people were left homeless.
The human toll that night exceeded that of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki later that year, where the initial blasts killed about 70,000 people and 46,000 people respectively, according to the US Department of Energy.

And when somebody reminds you of the filth your fathers did -and you kept as a legacy, doing the exact same-, you say they are "mentally ill".
And you wonder why Coronavirus hit you?

Covid-19 is just the start, hopefully. Cleaning the filth you built

You REALLY need to stop calling people ‘terrorists’. Really.

A fair case can be made that the firebombing of Tokyo was a war crime, but not that it was terrorism. Furthermore, you need to drop the whole ‘sins of the father’ thing. None of the members here bear ANY responsibility for the raid on Tokyo.

Boru
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RE: [Remember]:deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II
(May 14, 2020 at 7:53 pm)WinterHold Wrote: https://edition.cnn.com/2020/03/07/asia/...index.html

History's deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II and you've probably never heard of it


Quote:As the flames closed in, Nihei found herself at a Tokyo crossroad, screaming for her father. A stranger wrapped himself around her to protect her from the flames. As more people piled into the intersection, she was pushed to the ground.
As
she drifted in and out of consciousness beneath the crush, she remembers hearing muffled voices above: "We are Japanese. We must live. We must live." Eventually, the voices became weaker. Until silence.
When Nihei was finally pulled out from the pile of people, she saw their bodies charred black. The stranger who had protected her was her father. After falling to the ground, they'd both been shielded from the fire by the charred corpses that were now at their ankles.

Quote:As many as 100,000 Japanese people were killed and another million injured, most of them civilians, when more than 300 American B-29 bombers dropped 1,500 tons of firebombs on the Japanese capital that night.

And then you come lecture me about human rights you fucking terrorists.

Quote:The inferno the bombs created reduced an area of 15.8 square miles to ash. And, by some estimates, a million people were left homeless.
The human toll that night exceeded that of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki later that year, where the initial blasts killed about 70,000 people and 46,000 people respectively, according to the US Department of Energy.

And when somebody reminds you of the filth your fathers did -and you kept as a legacy, doing the exact same-, you say they are "mentally ill".
And you wonder why Coronavirus hit you?

Covid-19 is just the start, hopefully. Cleaning the filth you built
Mess with the best - die like the rest..

Ask the Chinese in Nanking if we should have been nicer to the WWII Japanese.


I bet they think we fucked up stopping after only 2 nukes...
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RE: [Remember]:deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II
Yeah, no shit America has an alarmingly long laundry list of war crimes. Hell, during the quarantine, I just watched Grave of the Fireflies, which focuses on one of those fire-bombings we did on the Japanese, specifically the city of Kobe, and it focuses vividly on the consequences of the firebombings for the civilians. It's on Hulu in the US, but it's also on YouTube.

What's your fucking point? How many threads have you posted since shit got real that have just been "Insert war crime that most of us here are already aware of, therefore the West deserves COVID?"
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RE: [Remember]:deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II
I can't really be hurt by his squawking terrorist every other post.

I'm an old hippie sitting around my house with my dogs, cat, and birds watching too much TV and spending too much time on the Internet.

Terrorist my ass...I was a pacifist long before the WinterofAtlas was ever even thought of.

He's a sick and scared little man. Let him be thus.
Popcorn

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RE: [Remember]:deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II
(May 14, 2020 at 7:53 pm)WinterHold Wrote: https://edition.cnn.com/2020/03/07/asia/...index.html

History's deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II and you've probably never heard of it


Quote:As the flames closed in, Nihei found herself at a Tokyo crossroad, screaming for her father. A stranger wrapped himself around her to protect her from the flames. As more people piled into the intersection, she was pushed to the ground.
As
she drifted in and out of consciousness beneath the crush, she remembers hearing muffled voices above: "We are Japanese. We must live. We must live." Eventually, the voices became weaker. Until silence.
When Nihei was finally pulled out from the pile of people, she saw their bodies charred black. The stranger who had protected her was her father. After falling to the ground, they'd both been shielded from the fire by the charred corpses that were now at their ankles.

Quote:As many as 100,000 Japanese people were killed and another million injured, most of them civilians, when more than 300 American B-29 bombers dropped 1,500 tons of firebombs on the Japanese capital that night.

And then you come lecture me about human rights you fucking terrorists.

Quote:The inferno the bombs created reduced an area of 15.8 square miles to ash. And, by some estimates, a million people were left homeless.
The human toll that night exceeded that of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki later that year, where the initial blasts killed about 70,000 people and 46,000 people respectively, according to the US Department of Energy.

And when somebody reminds you of the filth your fathers did -and you kept as a legacy, doing the exact same-, you say they are "mentally ill".
And you wonder why Coronavirus hit you?

Covid-19 is just the start, hopefully. Cleaning the filth you built
Japan was a fascist state that launched a war of aggression through Asia and across the Pacific killing millions  . And after the war the west not only rebuilt Japan we modernized it into a first world nation . Now show me any nation in the Muslim world that's done the same . And go look at the filth your current populous is doing on a daily basis .

(May 14, 2020 at 8:45 pm)Rev. Rye Wrote: Yeah, no shit America has an alarmingly long laundry list of war crimes. Hell, during the quarantine, I just watched Grave of the Fireflies, which focuses on one of those fire-bombings we did on the Japanese, specifically the city of Kobe, and it focuses vividly on the consequences of the firebombings for the civilians. It's on Hulu in the US, but it's also on YouTube.

What's your fucking point? How many threads have you posted since shit got real that have just been "Insert war crime that most of us here are already aware of, therefore the West deserves COVID?"
 Grave of the Fireflies is one of the greatest films ever made  Great

I cried so freaking hard .
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RE: [Remember]:deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II
Meanwhile, in Mecca...

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RE: [Remember]:deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II
(May 14, 2020 at 8:38 pm)BrianSoddingBoru4 Wrote: You REALLY need to stop calling people ‘terrorists’. Really.

A fair case can be made that the firebombing of Tokyo was a war crime, but not that it was terrorism. Furthermore, you need to drop the whole ‘sins of the father’ thing. None of the members here bear ANY responsibility for the raid on Tokyo.

Boru

I am not Christian, I don't believe or advocate the "sins of the father" thing.
My book -the Quran- was quite clear about this:

Quote:Sura 17, The Quran:

( 13 )   And [for] every person We have imposed his fate upon his neck, and We will produce for him on the Day of Resurrection a record which he will encounter spread open.

( 14 )   [It will be said], "Read your record. Sufficient is yourself against you this Day as accountant."

Read your record; though. That's what I judge with just like my God taught me -and just like he does-.
So frankly, many of your governments do the exact same, doing it via proxies makes no difference.

(May 14, 2020 at 8:45 pm)Rev. Rye Wrote: Yeah, no shit America has an alarmingly long laundry list of war crimes. Hell, during the quarantine, I just watched Grave of the Fireflies, which focuses on one of those fire-bombings we did on the Japanese, specifically the city of Kobe, and it focuses vividly on the consequences of the firebombings for the civilians. It's on Hulu in the US, but it's also on YouTube.

What's your fucking point? How many threads have you posted since shit got real that have just been "Insert war crime that most of us here are already aware of, therefore the West deserves COVID?"

Because the west does deserve the virus for playing with the life of people abroad via supporting proxies like the Egyptian army, Haftar and the Sauds.

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RE: [Remember]:deadliest air raid happened in Tokyo during World War II
Of course i can see why winter would defend fascism after all plenty of Muslims openly embraced the Nazi's .Ironically enough because the Nazi's painted themselves as anti colonialists 

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