Several years ago, a close frind gave me a old hand bill. It was one of thousands that were supposed be dropped over Japan before the first Atomic bombs were droped. One side was a picture of bombers dropping thier deadly cargo. The other side was in Japanese and the third section was an English translation.
The consequences for those who ignored these warnings were devestating. How more tragice will it be for those who Ignore Gods warnings?
The translation follows:
"ATTENTION JAPANESE PEOPLE
Read this carefully as it may save your life or the life of a relative or friend. In the next few days, the military installations of some or all of the cities named on the reverse side will be destroyed by American bombs. These cities contain military installations and workshops or factories which produce military goods. . We are determined to destroy all of the tools of the military clique which they are using to prolong this useless war. But, unfortunately, bombs have no eyes. So," in accordance with America’s well-known, Humanitarian policies, the American Airforce which does not wish to injure innocent people now gives"you warning to evacuate the cities named and save your lives.
America is not fighting the Japanese people but is fighting the military ...
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