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Well then okay then 9/11 was worse than this.

   So 9/11 was so bad, but you can kill thousands more and slowly let thousands more die from the radiation and die even now, but if some died from a plane it has to become World Tower day. The nukes were hundreds of times worse than 9/11 but America we did it to save our life so the lives of Americans are more important then the live of thousands of Japanese women, men and children.
Anonymous says2013-04-09T01:47:06.427
We are American. We fight for our country. Just like the Japanese do. No one is more important then another but if it comes down to my country surviving or someone elses, i would choose mine any day.
Anonymous says2013-04-12T01:31:26.920
Uncalled for. Why did you compare the dropping of the atomic bomb to 9/11. That's like comparing Japanese Internment camps (us) to the Holocaust. You can make your point without making those kinds of analogies. The bombs on Hiroshima were dropped to SAVE LIVES (The alternatives to the atomic bombs would have cost millions of more lives). 9/11 was a terrorist attack done by Islamic radicals specifically because they thought that anyone who wasn't an extremely traditional Islamist should burn in hell for all eternity so they tried to send as many people there as they could. There is no relation there. The atomic bomb ENDED A WAR. 9/11 STARTED A WAR. Maybe try comparing Pearl Harbor to 9/11, that is a legitimate analogy. I respect opinions on this site, but this post ticks me off.
Anonymous says2013-08-19T05:08:17.050
9/11 was a random act of violence by a terrorist group. The US were fighting a war. The reason 9/11is so bad is not because of the lives it killed but the fact that terroists were able to invade america.
dvande28 says2013-12-11T13:57:18.590
The reason 9/11 and the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki can be compared as they are both acts of terrorism. Just because the United States was at war with Japan at the time, does not change this fact.
RB88 says2015-02-05T03:10:40.510
9/11 was an unprovoked terrorist strike from an extremist group. Hiroshima and Nagasaki were acts of war.
jrgillespie says2015-04-29T03:01:36.150
World War II was a war, not a blatant attack of terrorism that was completely unforseen. Japan was given warnings in the form of leaflets dropping from the sky telling them that the bombs were coming. Japanese leaders were also warned at the Potsdam conference. Japan provoked us by bombing Pearl Harbor and not surrendering when they should have. What did we ever do to provoke attacks of Terrorism in America? Look at this logically.
SomeGuyWhoIsCool says2016-08-25T13:47:09.810
Japan tried to surrender on conditions, but the U.S. denied them.
mdfedewa says2019-01-03T15:09:25.387
I truly hope you are not a citizen of the United States. As mocking 9/11 and all the people who lost their lives in that terrible act of terrorism would be extremely disrespectful and a disgrace to your name.
mdfedewa says2019-01-03T15:09:29.443
I truly hope you are not a citizen of the United States. As mocking 9/11 and all the people who lost their lives in that terrible act of terrorism would be extremely disrespectful and a disgrace to your name.
nicoleswietek says2019-11-18T00:39:41.003
9/11 was a terrorist attack with the goal of killing people. The US bombed Japan because Japan bombed first. The US did warn them to surrender, But they chose not to and this is what caused the war. So if you want to blame anyone, Blame yourself. Are you a liberal or a Jap?
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