Only if it were a rationalization. The Chinese are still suffering today
because of the biological weapons the Japanese used on them. The Japanese
offensive was brutal and criminal beyond what I can comprehend.
That only a few Japanese died compared to the excesses of their war
campaigns should be considered a blessing by those people. We have never
done anything like that, and while I live and breathe we never will.
No, it is no rationalization.
John W. Redelfs wrote:
> After much pondering, Jon Spencer favored us with:
> >I do not believe that you can use the WWII use of nukes as a precedent
> >any action today, unless we were again at that decision point. It is
> >clear that the use of nukes in WWII saved many lives, both Japanese and
> The same rationalization could be used in any war. --JWR
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