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Hiroshima and Nagasaki as poison gas terror attacks
“The fake nuclear bombings were not acts of warfare – for Japan had effectively surrendered when it caved and lent a hand with staging them – but rather acts of state terror. Then, what for? Shortly after the bombings, a wave of nuclear fear propaganda was unleashed upon the world. Nuclear war and annihilation were right around the corner – and the answer was world government…How much, or rather how little, real sovereignty is left is painfully obvious in the staged COVID-1984 crisis. “

(Disclaimer. I reserve judgment and post for discussion purposes.)  by Michael Palmer(henrymakow.com)
The bombs dropped upon Hiroshima and Nagasaki were not atomic. 
An important and oft-cited expert witness, the Russian-American pilot and aeronautical engineer Alexander de Seversky, documented in September 1945 that the cities looked identical to others that had been destroyed with incendiaries and explosives. 
However, a few things set the two cities apart from others. Foremost among them is “radiation sickness”, – both acute and delayed, that is, cancer and leukemia. If there were no atomic bombs, how can radiation sickness be accounted for? 
I explore this and other questions in my new, free ebook “Hiroshima revisited: the evidence that napalm and mustard gas helped fake the atomic bombings”
Aside from the “workaday” destruction that does not match a proper nuclear detonation, decisive proof against atomic bombs comes from the radioactive fallout. While such fallout is indeed found at both cities, it, too, does not match a real bomb. 
At Hiroshima, we merely find a tiny bit of what looks like a mixture of reactor waste and reactor fuel. At Nagasaki, we find plutonium in considerable amounts. It can be shown, however, that this plutonium was not dispersed in 1945, but only some two years later. 
This finding fits with a prediction made by leading atom bomb scientist Arthur Compton in May 1945, namely, that it would be two years yet until plutonium would become available for building bombs from it. 


 If we conclude that no atomic bombs exploded, then how could we explain the radiation sickness? 
The answer is quite simple: with mustard gas. This is a battle gas that attacks the lungs, the skin, and the interior organs. Among the latter, the bone marrow is very severely affected, and in a manner very similar to radiation. 
Long term effects like cancer and leukemia are known as well. Many eyewitnesses have reported the use of poison gas. For example, the book “Children of Hiroshima” contains 105 accounts from Hiroshima schoolchildren. Thirteen of these children explicitly mention poison gas. 
One of them, Hisato Itoh, died shortly after writing his report, which contains this statement: “Both my mother and I had been through a great deal of strain during this time … and then we also started to feel listless and began to lose our hair because we had breathed the gases when the atom bomb fell.” 


(Hiroshima aftermath-Did mustard gas do this?)
Mustard gas, despite its name is an oily fluid, is known to linger. At Hiroshima, it still lingered when Australian journalist Wilfred Burchett, visited in early September, one month after the attack: “My nose detected a peculiar odor unlike anything I have ever smelled before … they [the Japanese] believe it [the smell] is given off by the poisonous gas still issuing from the earth soaked with radioactivity released by the split uranium atom.” 
Blaming the poison gas on the atomic bomb seems to have been encouraged by the authorities; this aspect, too, is covered in the book. Because it lingered, mustard gas also inflicted “radiation sickness”, sometimes fatal, on rescue workers who had not been in the city for the bombing but entered it only soon afterward. In contrast, a real atomic bomb should have released radiation intense enough to cause the disease only during the detonation itself. 
Survivors among these early entrants were at very significantly increased risk to contract leukemia in subsequent years, not far behind those who had been in the city for the bombings. This is just one among many findings that clearly favour mustard gas over radiation as the cause of “radiation sickness.” Additionally, why nuclear bombs were simply not available, the U.S. forces were well stocked with aerial bombs filled with mustard gas. 
The orthodox story of the bombs is propped up with many studies which claim to show that strong neutron and gamma-radiation was released in the nuclear detonations. The book examines these, too, and shows that they are full of blatant contradictions and fishy data manipulations. For example, one sample which is adduced as proof of neutron radiation from the bomb was most likely exposed to neutrons in the laboratory only some three years after the bombings had occurred. The book presents many more instances of similar chicanery. 
Many witnesses in fact likened their impressions to a photographer’s flash, and indeed the very large magnesium photoflash bomb may have been used to stage the “atomic flash”. There was no single enormous “bang”, but rather several smaller ones; most likely created with high explosives detonated in the air. 
These “bangs” did not evenly affect the entire area of the cities; more witnesses report having seen the flash than heard a bang. Only very few witness reports mention bombs detonating on the ground. 
On the other hand, one witness who observed the cloud above Nagasaki from a distance stated that “I thought it was a bomb raining red hot stuff down like a volcano”; this is echoed by several other onlookers. 
Among those within the cities who had heard no “bang”, several reported having heard “a sound like rain.” This suggests that napalm bombs were detonated in the air, and that the “lava” observed from afar was the ignited napalm raining down. Mustard gas was likely dispersed in the same manner. Various firework items such as coloured smoke bombs were apparently used as well – several witnesses describe a display of multiple swirling colors in the cloud. 
It is widely known that during the bombings no air alarm was in effect; in fact, at Hiroshima, the alarm had been lifted just a few minutes earlier. 
The failure to trigger an alarm is conventionally explained with the very small number of planes in the air, which the Japanese allegedly mistook as reconnaissance flights. However, a bombing with conventional explosives and incendiaries must have involved a much larger number of planes, which the Japanese could not disregard. They must therefore have colluded in staging the bombings. 
While this conclusion may seem scandalous, there are more arguments to support it, for which we don’t have space here. Japan colluded only out of desperation, having been reduced to utter helplessness before the American bomber fleets and the growing threat of a Russian attack. 
Some writers have claimed that the “atomic” bombings were really directed at Russia – Stalin’s growing ambitions needed to be checked. There are two big problems with this explanation: Firstly, Stalin was not impressed and did not yield an inch, and secondly, he could not have been deceived by the bombings any more than the Japanese. 
In fact, no nation-state with a functioning secret service would have been taken in by this crude hoax. That leaves as the addressee only humanity at large. The fake nuclear bombings were not acts of warfare – for Japan had effectively surrendered when it caved and lent a hand with staging them – but rather acts of state terror. 
Then, what for? Shortly after the bombings, a wave of nuclear fear propaganda was unleashed upon the world. Nuclear war and annihilation were right around the corner – and the answer was world government. Ironically, it was Comrade Stalin who preserved, for the time being, the national sovereignty not only of the Soviet Union but also that of other countries – at least in a formal sense. How much, or rather how little, real sovereignty is left is painfully obvious in the staged COVID-1984 crisis. 
I suspect they don’t, but I cannot make a solid case, and the book does not explore this question. If this is your main concern, you may be interested in the book “Death Object: exploding the nuclear weapons hoax” by Akio Nakatani, which can be found on amazon. 
Check it out – again, the book is free at format as hyperlink: https://archive.org/details/Hiroshima_revisited.
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Source: https://www.henrymakow.com/2020/10/palmer-nuclear-attacks-on-japan.html

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