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Z-BOMB: 1945, no American knew.*

by Dhani on June 14, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


In 1945 no ordinary American citizen knew about an Atomic Bomb, much less that two (2) were about to be dropped on hundreds of thousands of innocent Japanese souls ('collateral damage' WWII).

One can only shudder in horror to think what New Millennium (mad?) scientists, backed by Big Brother, may NOW have up their sleeves to wreak major nuclear havoc upon the Planet. (YIKES!)

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