Interview 924 - John LaForge Uncensors the Hiroshima Myth-Making

08/08/20143 Comments

Today on the program John LaForge of joins us to discuss his recent article, "Censorship and Myth-Making Enshrined Ignorance of Hiroshima and the Bomb." We talk about how the Hiroshima myth was created in the wake of the atomic bombing, why the Nagasaki bombing was even more unnecessary, and the artificial distinction that is made between nuclear weapons and nuclear energy in the anti-nuclear debate.


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  1. Algorithm of Consciousness says:

    Thanks for this refreshing and informative interview. I recall reading about the Hiroshima myth back in college in a book “Hiroshima” by Ronald Takaki.

  2. nancytime says:

    Those in power have no qualms about experimenting on inocent people, again, and again, we’re reminded of this…learned helplessness…so sad…Now, it seems the powers that shouldn’t be are purposly infecting us with “EboBun”

  3. Marc Moïni says:

    Michael Palmer on Hiroshima and the faked atomic bombing

    I just watched this, and I think he makes a convincing case that it was napalm and mustard gas, that were used in August 1945 to make it look like two atomic bombs (which he says were not worked out at the time) were detonated.

    As people here know, in order to scare the global population into accepting world government, through the formation of The United Nations a couple months later in October 1945. And to provide the foundation for the cold war, i.e. huge profits for the military-industrial complex, along with continuous procurement of fear to terrorize the public with.

    Apparently “they” didn’t let their agenda be slowed, by a detail like atomic bombs not being available.

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