Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Nagasaki

Today, August 9, is the anniversary of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan at the end of World War II. Some 40,000 people were killed that day, most of them "innocent Japanese civilians." While the loss of life is regrettable, and historians will forever debate whether use of the atom bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki was necessary, there is little doubt that the resulting American victory left America and the world, including Japan, better off than if the other side had won. Keep that in mind as Western civilization, not just Israel, is embroiled in a war for its existence, and the effete liberal media indulge in an orgy of weeping and gnashing of teeth over relatively minor civilian casualties among the enemy. Failure is not an option. We must win this war, and when the enemy hides behind their own wives and children civilian casualties are inevitable. Israel has gone far out of its way to minimize harm to enemy civilians, I might even say too far. The lives of our soldiers (and our civilians, whom the enemy shamelessly targets) must take precedence over those of the enemy. That is the brutal calculus of war. War is terrible, but the one in which we are now engaged is terribly necessary. There is nothing pretty about it. If you don't have the stomach, don't watch the news.

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