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i am taking multiple college classes including auto body, (which I have a scholarship) computer programming in high school I am 18 I am a African American and I hate taking one side I like to figure out both sides of the story no matter what(unless it involves me) . I love to speak whats on my mind(Within the limits). I have ADHD and a lot of ideas for business ran a Wheat bread business (where I was the cook) when I was 14.

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Were the atomic bombs dropped on Japan justified?      Mostly Disagree      01 Nov 2011      0 Points
yea but the problem with that is that was it in Japanese or was it in English because English was most likely banned from japan in that time also was the source that you got that from was it reviewed by multiple parties or cultures to say it was true or did you make that up

Were the atomic bombs dropped on Japan justified?      Mostly Disagree      01 Nov 2011      1 Point
i agree with the first paragraph but did we have to experience it to know we dont have to use it we may think that the bombs helped us but the Japanese only kill the military people and some civilians in pearl harbor but we kill military and CITIZEN 90,000–166,000 in Hiroshima and 60,000–80,000 killed in Nagasaki and they were men women children and BABIES plus there military was like china they filtered everything so the people didn't even know about pearl harbor or the other horrible thing their military did and we just bomb them all the citizen except the military don't know why we bomb them not just once but twice just everyone think about that

before you say that it was great to bomb the CITIZEN and mabye a few military and the problem is their are still places in those cities that are still closed off because of the radiation. also I see it a lot but some Americans cant swallow their pride and forgive because the Japanese have forgiven us plus if they didn't we would only have the xbox 360 because the ps2, 3 and psp is made by the Japanese also anime, Toyota, Suzuki and and Nintendo we would have none of that if they were like Americans and never forgive us for bombing them they knew nothing about until after ww2.

i am a seventeen year old and i say grow up and forgive people unless it something really bad and pearl harbor is nothing compared to the atom bombs so stop being selfish AMERICANS and swallow your pride and another thing is if we were going by our standards of classifying terrorist we would be just like Saddam and Asama bin Lapin killing the thousand of innocent CIVILIANS and i know what u will say why i capitalized CIVILIANS because i am making a point.

plus you guys all know this person and here is his quote

Osama Bin Laden Former Leader of Al Qaeda

The US today as a result of the arrogant atmosphere has set a double standard, calling whoever goes against its injustice a terrorist. It wants to occupy our countries, steal our resources, impose on us agents to rule us based not on what God has revealed and wants us to agree on all these. If we refuse to do so, it will say you are terrorists. ... The US does not consider it a terrorist act to throw atomic bombs [killing] women, children and elderly people [...] in Japan.

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Dwight Eisenhower
United States President 1953-1961
75% agreement / 1 opinions

William Leahy
U.S. Chief of Staff 1942-1949
75% agreement / 1 opinions

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Harry Truman
United States President,1945-1953
25% agreement / 1 opinions

Winston Churchill
Former Prime Minister of U.K.
25% agreement / 1 opinions

Karl Compton
Physicist, Former President of MIT
25% agreement / 1 opinions

Satoshi Kanazawa
Evolutionary Psychologist
25% agreement / 1 opinions