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Victor´s Justice? wrote:"To kill civilians is the best way to get the gouvernment of a country at attention. To kill soldiers is expected, but civilians is another matter...
Therefore, killing 100,000 japanese civilians was the single most humane act ever made in the history of mankind. It not only saved many lifes, but also gave Japan much better term than if they were to build themself up again."
With comments like this, it´s simply impossible to carry on with this debate...along with the bright reflexions made by consolegenerale, as "civilian japanese surely did have impact on the war, but not any others", one can only wonder, with such relativisms, why Osama Bin Laden can´t burn other buildings in US, as they are all filled up with "supporters" against the Palestinian cause...but that´s OK, "Black Hawk Down" is what you guys watch on TV...the other face of truth will always be in the dark side of the moon for ya all...it´s all about far west movies and the white hero, the communist monster, the russian mob guy, the arab bearded weirdo, or the latin-american dictator, with a big moustache and a cigar...such biased, arrogant and half-blinded view just proves why our planet can´t reach peace anytime soon...
VHeist wrote:the Japanese don't have moral authority to say what Americans done is barbarism
Ferdinand Porsche wrote:To kill civilians is the best way to get the gouvernment of a country at attention.
Pumpkin wrote:Ferdinand Porsche wrote:
To kill civilians is the best way to get the gouvernment of a country at attention.
So you do not at all object to the methods of war used by Al Qaida on September 11? Or is it again a one-way logic?
I'm afraid the two of you are morally very corrupt creatures.
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