Nagasaki and Hiroshima, two cases still on my list

The atomic bombing of Hiroshima (6 August) and Nagasaki (9 August) in 1945, has raised questions from conspiracy theorists. So far, I have not had the opportunity to investigate what happened.

It is still on my list of historic events that require investigation. There is a chance this too might have been a misrepresentation towards the public. Some claim there never was an atomic bomb, though the cities and its inhabitants were for sure bombed down heavily.

Perhaps, Japan needed an excuse to fully surrender to the Alliances. The USA and USSR gained powerfull positions in world politics, because of the general believe these countries were able to use the atomic bomb. Behind the USA and USSR are powers that agreed with their politics.

The way World War 2 ended, has been the start of the continuous fight for World Governance. World War 3 (which I consider is where we are today) started with the big lies spread during and after World War 2, that I do know for certain. What happened in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, I want to investigate that too, because we need to know.

Personally, I am against anyone have worldpower. Imagine what they’d do! In fact, it might be what is happening since world war 1. 

ps. Overigens is Rob Scholte met werk op gegeven moment gesponsored door Sony (Japan). Scholte heeft sowieso werk gedaan voor locaties die bij mij associaties oproepen, zoals de tentoonstelling in het Stedelijk Museum (geopend door Beatrix), de muurschildering in replica van Huys ten Bosch (Nagasaki), en Museum het Kasteel Nijenhuis (Heino). Ondertussen zit het Rob Scholte Museum in een oud Postgebouw (TPG) in Den Helder (bij de NATO). Ik concludeer dat ze hem goed in de gaten houden, al heel erg lang.  

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Maud Oortwijn had been a target of organized gang stalking for many years. We believe this must stop, for her and for everyone else facing it.
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