The Magnificence of (Rebuilt) Dresden, and Volkswagen

We’re often told by the US regime that its civilian casualties in war are unintended. That is just another lie. The US always seeks to kills civilians. For example, in WWII, the US and its assistant, the UK, bombed every city in Germany and Japan, back into the Stone Age, as the generals like to say. At the end of the war, these cities were home to old people and women and children. Targeting them was called “morale bombing.” And no, killing by the German and Japanese governments did not justify the fire bombing of millions of civilians, and the destruction of ancient, undefended cities. Read Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut, who survived the total destruction of Dresden as a POW.


11:33 am on June 26, 2014