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hjá Gunnari Rögnvaldssyni ţegar síbylja kommanna gegn Bandaríkjunum drynur dag og nótt. Komma-og Píratadótiđ međ ađstođ góđa fólksins reynir allt sem ţađ getur til ađ sverta Bandaríkin og snúa sögunni á hvolf.

Gunnar segir:

"Af hverju eru fjölmiđlar endalaust ađ tala um einmitt ţessar loftárásir sem Bandamenn stóđu fyrir og svo ţađ sem gerđist í Hirosima og Nagasaki? Ţađ er eins og ađ menn séu ađ reyna ađ snúa sögunni á hvolf og búa til eins konar fjarvistarsönnun fyrir ţá sem stóđu fyrir ţessum ósköpum. Ţetta fólk -tapararnir- stóđ fyrir 75 prósent af ţví mannfalli sem varđ í Síđari heimsstyrjöldinni, ţar sem ţađ var á viđ samanlagt mannfall í styrjaldarsögu síđustu 300 ára ţar á undan

Tapararnir: Ţjóđverjar, Japanir og öxulveldin drápu sem sagt 75 prósent af ţeim tćplega 70 milljón manns sem létu lífiđ í Síđari heimsstyrjöldinni. Tuttugu og sjö ţúsund manns misstu lífiđ ađ međaltali á dag. Af hverju er veriđ ađ vorkenna ţessu fólki svona hina síđustu marga áratugi? Er veriđ ađ reyna ađ snúa sögunni á hvolf? Er veriđ ađ reyna ađ koma vonda-stimplinum yfir á Bandamenn, sigurvegarana? Frelsarana sjálfa!

Og ekki nóg međ ţađ, ţá voru 80 prósent ţeirra sem féllu í heimsstyrjöldinni sem ţetta fólk stóđ fyrir, óbreyttir borgarar. Japanir drápu sjö sinnum fleira fólk en ţeir misstu, sem er ótrúlegt hlutfall ţegar um tapara er ađ rćđa. Og nú eru menn byrjađir ađ impra á ţýskum kjarnorkuvopnum í Ţýskalandi. Og Ţýskaland er ţegar orđiđ ţađ land í Evrópu ţar sem andúđ eđa jafnvel hatur á Bandaríkjunum mćlist hve mest. Hvađ er ađ?

Ţađ sem Ţýskaland stóđ fyrir í Evrópu var verra en Svarti dauđi fyrir álfuna. Mannfalliđ var meira. Og ţökk sé Evrópusambandinu, hefur Ţýskaland nú sest ofan á meginland álfunnar og er byrjađ ađ kúga ţađ, einu sinni enn. Svo virđist sem fólk hafi almennt misst áttavitann sinn. Hvorki Hitler né Stalín stóđu í sláturiđnađi á ţjóđunum einhentir. Almennir Ţjóđverjar vissu nákvćmlega hvađ var ađ gerast í Evrópu undir stjórn Hitlers, en ađhöfđust ekkert. Alveg eins og ţeir ađhafast ekkert núna, ţegar Ţýskaland er ađ ganga frá Suđur-Evrópu, efnahagslega séđ, og hafa nú ţegar kálađ Grikklandi. Sameining Ţýskalands er greinilega misheppnuđ í ţessu tilliti og Gyđingahatur víđa í Evrópu er á hrađri uppleiđ á ný

Hvađ međ ađ segja sögu ţeirra sem stöđvuđu ţetta helvíti. Og hvađ međ ađ segja söguna eins og hún er. Ţađ er gott ađ fá hér persónulega sögu af málinu og henni fagna ég, en stóra myndin verđur samt ávallt ađ vera heiđskýr og klár. Ţađ virđist hún ţví miđur ekki vera lengur, hjá mörgum ţeim sem fjalla um söguna í dag, ţví svo margir eru hćttir ađ ţola sannleikann og segja hann ţví ekki eins og hann er. Ađvörunarljósin blikka ţví á ný. Fćlnimáttur sannleikans dvínar hratt, ţví honum ţarf ađ viđhalda og efla, en ţađ er ekki gert. Evrópa er ţví byrjuđ ađ springa í loft upp á ný"

Bandaríkjamenn hafa stillt til friđar í Evrópu ţrisvar á síđustu rúmri öld og komiđ í veg fyrir marga harmleiki. En ţetta fólk  snýr út úr og rćgir allt sem gert var til ađ stöđva brjálćđinga álfunnar. Ţess vegna er gott ađ hugsa um söguna út frá ţeim rökum sem ađ baki lágu ţeim ákvörđunum sem mest er rangsnúiđ eins og ţeim sem Truman  tók í Japansstyrjöldinni.

Gunnar Rögnvaldsson á ţakkir skyldar fyrir ţessa ţörfu upprifjun. 


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1 Smámynd: Kolbrún Hilmars

Já, sagan er farin ađ fyrnast hjá mörgum. Stríđinu lauk á vesturvígstöđvunum ţann 8/5 1945, ţegar ţjóđverjar gáfust upp, en bandamađur ţeirra á austurvígstöđvunum, japanir,ekki fyrr en ţann 6/8 1945 - og ţurfti kjarnorkusprengjur til.

Kolbrún Hilmars, 6.8.2018 kl. 14:23

2 Smámynd: Halldór Jónsson

Ţađ er bara horft á töluna hundrađţúsund í Hírósíma og skrifađ sem níđingsverk á Bandaríkjamenn. En hvađ voru ţeir ađ vernda af eigin mannslífum? Voru Japanir allt í einu friđhelgir en bandarískir hermenn réttdrćpir?

Halldór Jónsson, 6.8.2018 kl. 15:11

3 Smámynd: Halldór Jónsson

Og hvađ spöruđu japanir sér mörg mannslíf međ ţ´vi ađ gefast upp ţegar ţeir létu verđa af ţví eftir ađ sjá framan í skelfinguna sem beiđ Japan?

Halldór Jónsson, 6.8.2018 kl. 15:12

4 Smámynd: Halldór Jónsson

Kertafleytingaliđiđ og góđa fólkiđ virđist ekki velta ţví mikiđ fyrir sér.

Halldór Jónsson, 6.8.2018 kl. 15:13

5 Smámynd: Kolbrún Hilmars

Milljónaţjóđir ţarna austurfrá fengu frelsi ţegar japanir gáfust upp.  Ţađ virđist gleymt líka.

Kolbrún Hilmars, 6.8.2018 kl. 15:20

6 Smámynd: Ómar Ragnarsson

Máliđ er nútímamál, sem snýst um ţá ógn sem stafar NÚNA af ţví ađ kjarnorkuveldin níu eiga nú tugţúsundir kjarnavopna, sem sum hver hafa tíu ţúsund sinnum meiri sprengimátt hvert um sig en sprengjurnar sem féllu á Japan.

Máliđ snýst um vopnabúnađ, sem getur drepiđ allt mannkyniđ nokkrum sinnum, en ekki bara tvö prósent af mannkyninu eins og gerđist í Heimsstyrjöldinni síđari. 

Máliđ snýst um kjarnavopnin, ţar sem Hiroshimasprengjan var sú fyrsta og Rússar og Bandaríkjamenn eiga nćr allan kjarnorkubúnađ NÚNA, og ţótt Japanir og Ţjóđverjar hafi drepiđ langflesta 1937-45 hafa ţeir aldrei átt og eiga ekki enn kjarnavopn. 

Ómar Ragnarsson, 6.8.2018 kl. 15:49

7 Smámynd: Steini Briem

Loftárásir á borgir eru aldrei réttlćtanlegar.

Enginn verđur "hetja" af ţví ađ gera loftárásir á borgir.


Harla einkennilegt ađ réttlćta fjöldamorđ á óvopnuđu fólki međ ţví ađ ţannig hafi einhverjum öđrum veriđ bjargađ.

Steini Briem, 6.8.2018 kl. 15:58

8 Smámynd: Steini Briem

"Aerial bombing against civilian cities was not a new phenomenon; the British had already experienced such raids in WWI conducted by German Zeppelins.

However, the advance in aircraft technology brought bombing to a new level."

"As the war progressed heavy bombers such as the British Avro Lancaster bombers made their entrances in the war and carpet bombing entire industrial cities with their great payloads."

"The lack of accuracy for these bombing missions often inflicted damage to non-military areas; the Allies knew it, but felt it was an inevitable part of war.

Some precisely used this tactic against Germany, such as Royal Air Force Bomber Command's Air Marshal Arthur Harris.

His area bombing campaigns were meant to demoralize the German population, but it became a matter of controversy immediately following the war as his campaigns were accused of being terror bombing."

The aerial bombings of Hamburg, Dresden, and other cities 1942-1945

Steini Briem, 6.8.2018 kl. 15:59

9 Smámynd: Kolbrún Hilmars

Vesturlandabúar vita fátt um hernám Japana ţarna austur frá á stríđsárunum og sum ţeirra áđur:  Eins gott ađ telja löndin bara upp:
Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Indokina.  Brúna yfir Kwaifljótiđ (međ stríđsföngum) byggđu ţeir til ţess ađ ná Burma líka.
Ţađ dugđi sjálfsagt ekkert smćrra en kjarnorka á slíkt hernámsveldi.

Kolbrún Hilmars, 6.8.2018 kl. 15:59

10 Smámynd: Steini Briem

"Within the first two to four months of the bombings, the acute effects killed 90,000-166,000 people in Hiroshima and 60,000-80,000 in Nagasaki, with roughly half of the deaths in each city occurring on the first day.

The Hiroshima prefecture health department estimated that, of the people who died on the day of the explosion, 60% died from flash or flame burns, 30% from falling debris and 10% from other causes.

During the following months, large numbers died from the effect of burns, radiation sickness, and other injuries, compounded by illness.

In a US estimate of the total immediate and short term cause of death, 15-20% died from radiation sickness, 20-30% from burns, and 50-60% from other injuries, compounded by illness.

In both cities, most of the dead were civilians
, although Hiroshima had a sizeable garrison."

The atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Steini Briem, 6.8.2018 kl. 16:03

11 Smámynd: Steini Briem

Bandaríkjaher í Víetnam:

"Air force captain, Brian Wilson, who carried out bomb-damage assessments in free-fire zones throughout the delta, saw the results firsthand.

"It was the epitome of immorality...One of the times I counted bodies after an air strike - which always ended with two napalm bombs which would just fry everything that was left - I counted sixty-two bodies.

In my report I described them as so many women between fifteen and twenty-five and so many children - usually in the arms of their mothers or very close to them - and so many old people."

When he later read the official tally of dead, he found that it listed them as 130 VC killed."

Turse, Nick (2013). Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam. New York: Metropolitan Books.

Steini Briem, 6.8.2018 kl. 16:08

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Steini Briem, 6.8.2018 kl. 16:11

14 Smámynd: Kolbrún Hilmars

Ráđamenn í Japan höfđu fengiđ valkosti; ađ gefast upp "or else".  Ţeir eru sjálfir ábyrgir ţví stríđiđ var tapađ. Enda frömdu einhverjir ţeirra harakiri í kjölfariđ og tóku ţannig á sig ábyrgđ.
Ath, ađ ţegar ég nefndi Indókína hér ađ ofan átti ég m.a. viđ Filippseyjar, Taiwan og Indónesískar eyjar. 

Kolbrún Hilmars, 6.8.2018 kl. 16:46

15 Smámynd: Ţorsteinn Sch Thorsteinsson

Sćll Halldór,

"Af hverju eru fjölmiđlar endalaust ađ tala um einmitt ţessar loftárásir sem Bandamenn stóđu fyrir og svo ţađ sem gerđist í Hirosima og Nagasaki?"

Fólk er alltaf ađ uppgötva eitthvađ nýtt, svo og ţar sem ađ áđur var búiđ ljúga ađ okkur til fegra Bandaríkin, FDR og alla ţessa líka sigurvegara í Síđari Heimsstyrjöldinni.
KV. 

"Evidence of Foreknowledge

There is a considerable amount of foreknowledge, in addition to the points above. Here are some more examples:

– Roosevelt wanted to “win the war together” with England. As James Perloffwrites:

“Roosevelt dispatched his closest advisor, Harry Hopkins, to meet British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in January 1941. Hopkins told Churchill: “The President is determined that we [the United States and England] shall win the war together …”

Roosevelt’s intentions were nearly exposed in 1940 when Tyler Kent, a code clerk at the U.S. embassy in London, discovered secret dispatches between Roosevelt and Churchill. These revealed that FDR — despite contrary campaign promises — was determined to engage America in the war. Kent smuggled some of the documents out of the embassy, hoping to alert the American public — but was caught.”

– On November 25th, 1941, FDR received a “positive war warning” from Churchill that the Japanese would strike against America at the end of the first week in December. This warning caused the President to do an abrupt about-face on plans for a time-buying modus vivendi with Japan and it resulted in Secretary of State Hull’s deliberately provocative ultimatum of November 26th, 1941, that guaranteed war.

– On November 26th, 1941, Washington ordered both US aircraft carriers, the Enterprise and the Lexington, out of Pearl Harbor “as soon as possible”. This order included stripping Pearl of 50 planes or 40% of its already inadequate fighter protection. On the same day Cordell Hull issued his ultimatum demanding full Japanese withdrawal from Indochina and all China. The US Ambassador to Japan called this “the document that touched the button that started the war.”

– On November 29th, 1941, Hull told United Press reporter Joe Leib that Pearl Harbor would be attacked on December 7. The New York Times reported on December 8th (“Attack Was Expected,” p. 13) that the US knew of the attack a week earlier.

– On December 1st, 1941, the Office of Naval Intelligence, ONI, 12th Naval District in San Francisco found the missing Japanese fleet by correlating reports from the 4 wireless news services and several shipping companies that they were getting signals west of Hawaii.

– On December 5th, 1941, FDR wrote to the Australian Prime Minister, “There is always the Japanese to consider. Perhaps the next four or five days will decide the matters.”

– Stinnett also notes that it was reported that before the bombing occurred, newspapers were delivered detailing the attack.

Conclusion: Spread the Truth about the Pearl Harbor False Flag Operation

So, as the Pearl Harbor 75th anniversary approaches, approach it from an informed perspective. Those 3,000 Americans died for a lie. Just as with 9/11, thousands of American lives were sacrificed so the US criminal elite had an excuse to go to war. The US was worried by industrial and military strength of Nazi Germany and needed a backdoor way to enter the war against Germany. Staging a Pearl Harbor false flag op was the only way, leading officials felt, to galvanize the reluctant American public into action.

Pearl Harbor was a carefully orchestrated plot adopted by US President Franklin Roosevelt to lure Japan into attacking and starting a war with the US. It’s time for everyone to know the truth." (http://freedom-articles.toolsforfreedom.com/pearl-harbor-false-flag-75th-anniversary/)

Ţorsteinn Sch Thorsteinsson, 6.8.2018 kl. 16:56

17 Smámynd: Halldór Jónsson

Margt bendir til ţess ađ FDR hafi vel vitađ hvađ var í ađsigi en undirbúningur var annađ hvort hafđur enginn af ráđnum hug til ađ fá ástćđu til ađ fara í stríđiđ međ sjokk-effekti fyrir ţjóđina ţó kaldrifjađra sé en manni  líkar  eđa ţetta fór verr en ćtlađ var međ varnirnar á Hawai

Halldór Jónsson, 7.8.2018 kl. 05:00

18 Smámynd: Ţorsteinn Sch Thorsteinsson

Sćll aftur Halldór,

Ţađ er annađ í ţessu sambandi er ég vildi benda ţér á varđandi Síđari heimsstyrjöldina og međ varpa kjarnorkuvopnum á Hiroshima og Nagasaki, ađ Harry S. Truman og stjórnvöld í Bandaríkjunum vissu áđur um ađ stjórnvöld í Japan voru langt komin međ ađ gefast upp og semja friđ viđ Rússa. Ţannig ađ ţađ var algjörlega óţarfi ađ varpa ţessum kjarnorkusprengjum á Hiroshima og Nagasaki.

"American intelligence had broken the Japanese codes, knew the Japanese government was trying to negotiate surrender through Moscow, and had long advised that the expected early August Russian declaration of war, along with assurances that Japan’s Emperor would be allowed to stay as a powerless figurehead, would bring surrender long before the first step in a November US invasion, three months later, could begin."

KV.  

Sjá einnig..   

"The top American military leaders who fought World War II, much to the surprise of many who are not aware of the record, were quite clear that the atomic bomb was unnecessary, that Japan was on the verge of surrender, and—for many—that the destruction of large numbers of civilians was immoral. Most were also conservatives, not liberals. Adm. William Leahy, President Truman’s Chief of Staff, wrote in his 1950 memoir I Was There that “the use of this barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were already defeated and ready to surrender.… in being the first to use it, we…adopted an ethical standard common to the barbarians of the Dark Ages. I was not taught to make war in that fashion, and wars cannot be won by destroying women and children.”

The commanding general of the US Army Air Forces, Henry “Hap” Arnold, gave a strong indication of his views in a public statement only eleven days after Hiroshima was attacked. Asked on August 17 by a New York Times reporter whether the atomic bomb caused Japan to surrender, Arnold said that “the Japanese position was hopeless even before the first atomic bomb fell, because the Japanese had lost control of their own air.”

“It was a mistake.... [the scientists] had this toy and they wanted to try it out, so they dropped it.” —Adm. William “Bull” Halsey

Fleet Adm. Chester Nimitz, Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet, stated in a public address at the Washington Monument two months after the bombings that “the atomic bomb played no decisive part, from a purely military standpoint, in the defeat of Japan…” Adm. William “Bull” Halsey Jr., Commander of the US Third Fleet, stated publicly in 1946 that “the first atomic bomb was an unnecessary experiment…. It was a mistake to ever drop it…. [the scientists] had this toy and they wanted to try it out, so they dropped it…”

Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, for his part, stated in his memoirs that when notified by Secretary of War Henry Stimson of the decision to use atomic weapons, he “voiced to him my grave misgivings, first on the basis of my belief that Japan was already defeated and that dropping the bomb was completely unnecessary, and secondly because I thought that our country should avoid shocking world opinion by the use of a weapon whose employment was, I thought, no longer mandatory as a measure to save American lives…” He later publicly declared “…it wasn’t necessary to hit them with that awful thing.” Even the famous “hawk” Maj. Gen. Curtis LeMay, head of the Twenty-First Bomber Command, went public the month after the bombing, telling the press that “the atomic bomb had nothing to do with the end of the war at all.”

The record is quite clear: From the perspective of an overwhelming number of key contemporary leaders in the US military, the dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki was not a matter of military necessity.

American intelligence had broken the Japanese codes, knew the Japanese government was trying to negotiate surrender through Moscow, and had long advised that the expected early August Russian declaration of war, along with assurances that Japan’s Emperor would be allowed to stay as a powerless figurehead, would bring surrender long before the first step in a November US invasion, three months later, could begin. (https://www.thenation.com/article/why-the-us-really-bombed-hiroshima/)


Ţorsteinn Sch Thorsteinsson, 7.8.2018 kl. 14:20

19 Smámynd: Kolbrún Hilmars

Áhugavert, Ţorsteinn.  Hvernig skyldi sá uppgjafarsamningur Japana viđ Stalín hafa hljóđađ?  Ađ ţeir fengju ađ halda ţegar áunnum öllum landvinningum sínum í Asíu gegn ţví ađ láta Burma og Indland í friđi?

Kolbrún Hilmars, 7.8.2018 kl. 16:40

20 Smámynd: Ţorsteinn Sch Thorsteinsson

Sćl Kolbrún,

Ég var búinn ađ heyra fyrst einhversstađar minnst á ţetta í bókinni The Emperor's Codes: The Thrilling Story of the Allied Code Breakers Who Turned the Tide of World War II, nú og einnig er finna eitthvađ um ţetta i samskiptum á milli ţeirra Togo utanríkisráđherra Japans og Sato sendiherra Japans, sjá hérna:

http://www.nuclearfiles.org/menu/library/correspondence/togo-sato/corr_togo-sato.htm

"
Only after the USSR had made the final decision to wage war against Japan, did the Japanese government abandon its futile attempt through Hirota to conclude an agreement with the Soviets, and requested Soviet mediation to terminate the war. On July 12, Foreign Minister Togo sent a telegram to Ambassador Sato, instructing the ambassador to see Molotov immediately to present the emperor’s message requesting Moscow’s mediation to terminate the war. Togo stated that it was the emperor’s wish to end the war, but made it clear that so long as the Allies demanded unconditional surrender, Japan had no choice but to fight to the last man.."(https://journals.openedition.org/monderusse/9333).

KV.

Ţorsteinn Sch Thorsteinsson, 7.8.2018 kl. 21:30

21 Smámynd: Ţorsteinn Sch Thorsteinsson

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Based on a detailed investigation of all the facts and supported by the testimony of the surviving Japanese leaders involved, it is the Survey’s opinion that certainly prior to 31 December 1945 and in all probability prior to 1 November 1945, Japan would have surrendered even if the atomic bombs had not been dropped, even if Russia had not entered the war, and even if no invasion had been planned or contemplated.

That was a conclusion of the 1946 U.S. Bombing Survey ordered by President Harry Truman in the wake of World War II.

Gen. Dwight Eisenhower said in 1963, “the Japanese were ready to surrender and it wasn’t necessary to hit them with that awful thing.”

That wasn’t merely hindsight. Eisenhower made the same argument in 1945. In his memoirs, Ike recalled a visit from War Secretary Henry Stimson:

I voiced to him my grave misgivings, first on the basis of my belief that Japan was already defeated and that dropping the bomb was completely unnecessary, and secondly because I thought that our country should avoid shocking world opinion by the use of a weapon whose employment was, I thought, no longer mandatory as a measure to save American lives. It was my belief that Japan was, at that very moment, seeking some way to surrender with a minimum loss of “face.”

Admiral William Leahy, Truman’s chief military advisor, wrote:

It is my opinion that the use of this barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were already defeated and ready to surrender because of the effective sea blockade and the successful bombing with conventional weapons." (https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/it-wasnt-necessary-to-hit-them-with-that-awful-thing-why-dropping-the-a-bombs-was-wrong)



Ţorsteinn Sch Thorsteinsson, 8.8.2018 kl. 00:58

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Ţađ er nú gott ađ menn hafi tíma til ađ ţrćta um seinni heimsstyrjöldina. Ţađ veitir ekkert af ţví taka fyrir öll óleystu vandamálin sem ţar liggja.

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