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Direct Quote from Eisenhowers memoirs regarding the bombing of Hiroshima. Reason why this relates to the FDR knowing about Pearl Harbor is it's all related.


There are many things about our dealings in this war that don't make sense unless you start to examine it from the angle of what group where some of the key players actively invovled in...............FDR was a freemason...............McArthur was a freemason.................bingo



As Ronald Takaki has written: "During the days before that fateful Aug. 6, 1945, Gen. Douglas MacArthur learned that Japan had asked Russia to negotiate a surrender. 'We expected acceptance of the Japanese surrender daily,' one of his staff members recalled. When he was notified that an atomic bomb had been dropped on Hiroshima, the general was livid. MacArthur declared that the atomic attack on Hiroshima was 'completely unnecessary from a military point of view.'"

General Dwight D. Eisenhower, commander of allied forces in Europe and later president of the U.S., also called it "completely unnecessary" and later told an interviewer, "It wasn't necessary to hit them with that awful thing." Fleet Admiral William Leahy, the president's chief of staff, believed that Japan would fall without the necessity of a land invasion. Leahy later wrote that, in dropping the bomb, "we had adopted an ethical standard common to barbarians of the dark ages."

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