The United States dropped two atom bombs on Japan in 1945: Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Since the end of World War II, both of those cities have been rebuilt and are state of the art, boasting impressive skylines, a productive homogenous population, as well as clean and safe streets.
No atomic bombs were dropped on the United States in World War II. Indeed, the contiguous states had literally no Axis Power bomb strikes.
Sadly, most of the important American cities during World War II were hit with bombs far more destructive and lethal than an atomic strike.
An African bomb, leveling cities whites built and, overtime, regressing them to the black mean.
Buffalo, Rochester, Chicago (save the white parts), Detroit, Birmingham, Gary, Newark, Camden, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Detroit, Cleveland, St. Louis, Memphis, Milwaukee… when you compare the state of these cities to how they appeared in 1945, then look at images of the smoldering ruins of Hiroshima and Nagasaki as they appeared then versus now, you’d conclude Japan won World War II.
Certainly no leadership in the United States would allow the degradation of their major cities?
And just to showcase what homogenous, nearly black-free Japan can produce in social capital, we present this story. [How Japan has almost eradicated gun crime, BBC.com, 1-6-2017]:
Japan has one of the lowest rates of gun crime in the world. In 2014 there were just six gun deaths, compared to 33,599 in the US. What is the secret?
If you want to buy a gun in Japan you need patience and determination. You have to attend an all-day class, take a written exam and pass a shooting-range test with a mark of at least 95%.
There are also mental health and drugs tests. Your criminal record is checked and police look for links to extremist groups. Then they check your relatives too – and even your work colleagues. And as well as having the power to deny gun licences, police also have sweeping powers to search and seize weapons.
That’s not all. Handguns are banned outright. Only shotguns and air rifles are allowed.
The law restricts the number of gun shops. In most of Japan’s 40 or so prefectures there can be no more than three, and you can only buy fresh cartridges by returning the spent cartridges you bought on your last visit.
Japanese police officers rarely use guns and put much greater emphasis on martial arts – all are expected to become a black belt in judo. They spend more time practising kendo (fighting with bamboo swords) than learning how to use firearms.
“The response to violence is never violence, it’s always to de-escalate it. Only six shots were fired by Japanese police nationwide [in 2015],” says journalist Anthony Berteaux. “What most Japanese police will do is get huge futons and essentially roll up a person who is being violent or drunk into a little burrito and carry them back to the station to calm them down.”
A total of six bullets were fired by Japanese police nationwide in 2015.
The hero of 2014, Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, fired 50 percent more shots than all the police in Japan did in one year, when he defended his life from the criminal Michael Brown on Canfield Drive.
Who actually won World War II?
When so many of America’s major cities are no longer not just uninhabitable for white people, but unsafe for white people to walk around in, you have to question the trajectory life in our nation has taken since we dropped two atomic bombs on Japan in 1945.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki were rebuilt and thrive; Detroit, where no atom bomb was dropped, went almost entirely black and is the blight/crime/misery capital of America.
The African bomb is one no city, formerly part of western civilization, can recover from.