Monday, June 11, 2012

Hiroshima-67 Years Later...

What happened to the radiation that lasts thousands of years?

Go to the end!!!


We all know that Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed in August 1945
after the explosion of atomic bombs.

However, we know little about the progress made by the people of that land
during the past 67 years.



What has caused more long term destruction -

the A-bomb,


U. S. Government welfare programs created to buy the
votes of those who want someone to take care of them

Japan does not have a welfare system.

Work for it or do without.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Where to begin with the falsehoods and errors in this post?

1. The photos of Hiroshima are in fact photos of Yokohama! Even at this basic level this post is wildly inaccurate.

2. Japan DOES have a social welfare system, one considerably more generous than the USA. Unemployment benefits, workers compensation, both state and private pension schemes, and full state funded healthcare. Japan has them all. The claim that it does not is completely false and five minutes with Google will show you how wrong it is.

3. The present state of Detroit has nothing to do with "welfare spending" or lazy people being supported by the state. In fact it's a prime example of what happens when you live in a society with inadequate social support systems and the major industry that used to support that region goes away or goes broke. The photos demonstrate the precise opposite of what your post claims!

Japan has managed to dominate the world auto industry, almost destroying the US car industry in the process and building strong and vibrant cites like Yokohama, while maintaining a strong and comprehensive welfare system and avoiding the urban decay and horrors of places like Detroit.