|Death (Greek, Thanatos) rules American military leadership and its imperial missions (US).|
|Summoning demons and devils|
|Let's bring it! - Bring what? - Death! (DT)|
An assassination plot on presidential candidate William Clinton was even attempted. Since the base's closure, Dietrich's background in military reference and his experiences in mercenary/security enforcement exposed him to startling insights into geopolitics, our current demographic apocalypse, and the medical-industrial complex thanatizing our future.
|My leadership is doing what!? (army.mil)|
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(Miranda Thomson) Even though historian Dietrich makes a few errors on time spans in his oratory, his knowledge is encyclopedic! I have few if any doubts as to the veracity of his statements, including the use of atomic weapons by Japan immediately after Nagasaki against the Russians. I doubt the Americans would have had any problem with that. Something stopped the Russians, and it certainly wasn't a fear of the U.S. using an atomic bomb against them. We were still "allies," after all. The Russians would have not have quit if something had not made them quit. And neither the U.S. nor the Japanese could have stopped them with conventional weapons: The bulk of U.S. soldiers were in the European theatre, not the Pacific. The Russians had promised the U.S. and Britain to enter the war within three months of Germany's defeat, which happened on May 8, 1945. That would make it August 8, 1945. I just watched the History Channel's "Japanese Secret Weapons of WW II," and although it said nothing about Japan's nuclear capabilities, it did mention that the Russian military juggernaut could not be stopped by the U.S. or Japan. What stopped them? It seems it was Japanese nukes!