On the 72nd anniversary of the bombing of Nagasaki, in threatening North Korea Trump uses the same bellicose language as President Trumanâ€™s warning to Japan before bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Except the circumstances and the motivations are very different.
War will make a small group of very rich people even richer. Are we going to stand by and let them cynically wipe out millions of lives to fill their coffers? Speak out! It’s now or never.
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Photo source: Shigeo Hayashi / Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum via Reuters
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Kenza Bryan, The Independent | Hiroshima: Japan calls for a ‘world free of nuclear weapons’ on 72nd anniversary of atomic bombing
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