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William B Stoecker: Throughout the fifties and sixties, leftists opposed to the build-up of America's nuclear arsenal repeatedly implied that nuclear weapons were something created by the far right, and that the left was here to save humanity from the threat of nuclear war. But, in fact, the President who began the atomic bomb project, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, was a liberal Democrat who also began turning America into a socialist nation. The President who ordered the bombs dropped was his chosen successor, liberal Democrat Harry Truman, and the chief scientist for the project was Robert Oppenheimer, who, it was eventually learned, had been a communist party member all along, which is why he hired Soviet spies to work on the project.

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The fact that 80% of the world's population rests within 10 degrees of his "mystical and magical" 33rd parallel (both North AND South), of course, has nothing to do with his assumptions. There would be no "coincidence" in that as well...

This guy needs a new tin-foil hat, as his has shrunk and is putting undue pressure on his brain. I feel compelled to create a parody of his essay.

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Is he saying that Truman set off the first atomic bomb below the 33 parallel just for luck?

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Is he saying that Truman set off the first atomic bomb below the 33 parallel just for luck?

Not sure...I got lost way before that... sheesh

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The fact that 80% of the world's population rests within 10 degrees of his "mystical and magical" 33rd parallel (both North AND South), of course, has nothing to do with his assumptions. There would be no "coincidence" in that as well...

This guy needs a new tin-foil hat, as his has shrunk and is putting undue pressure on his brain. I feel compelled to create a parody of his essay.

Yeah, well, it is Mr. Stoecker after all rolleyes.gif From his essays I'd be hard pressed to acknowledge any significant breadth of knowledge, nor an in depth of such in any filed. But sensationalism based on omissions and half-truths seem more like it. Still wondering how people can make a living of such - if one of my students presented something like this they'd be reamed. I guess that is the one of the "blessings" of the internet. One can post anything without any form of editorial scrutiny.

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Is he saying that Truman set off the first atomic bomb below the 33 parallel just for luck?

Not sure...I got lost way before that... sheesh

I just read the last paragraph.

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Based on the estimations of this pseudo intelectuals theories by the obviously well educated PHD's who comment on the internet I now will take every utterance of Mr. Stoecker as gospel.

(which goes along with my belief that all conspiracies are true or all conspiracies are not true)

Edited by OverSword

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