A poorly-designed robot whose real world tasks got very busy this afternoon.
But, yeah, calling me more names really makes me want to read your stuff and consider a rational response.
How's this ... if you're not pulling numbers out of your ass, your comparisons of casualty rates (though apples and oranges to the comparisons I requested) provide some merit for your argument. Without links though, I have nothing to go by but your word. Ordinarily, I would assume someone who bandies about facts and numbers is not making them up (despite this being, ya know, the internet). But someone who has posted like a 4-year-old does not strike me as the scholarly type. Your demeanor works against you when your communication is all you have to be judged by. So ... perhaps you'll understand that I don't find you trustworthy.
But yeah, if by some chance you're not making shit up, ^ there's your admission by me that your points have merit.
What "comparisons" you requested?
Those numbers aren't fiction, it would take about 3 seconds to confirm.... wouldn't it? Knock yourself out.
As I said, you should know your history before you make ridiculous and offensive claims. Many members here (myself included) have relatives who are/were WWII vets and were possibly spared by the use of atomic weaponry during the Pacific campaign. Acting surprised and better-than-thou when they call out your laughable claims for what they are, purposefully offensive and based on fantasy, is the behavior of an ignorant dick head. More civilians were lost on Okinawa than were lost when Little Boy was detonated over Hiroshima, and nearly twice as many as were claimed by the bomb over Nagasaki. In indirect ways the Atomic Bombs used against Japan spared not only the lives of American, Soviet, and Japanese soldiers.... it spared the lives of hundreds of thousands of Japanese civilians. If you’re going to ramble on in ways you know are going to offend people it’s wise to make sure your opinions can hold up to recorded history.
Your notions of the "honorable way" the Pacific campaign "Should have been fought," and what countries should have prevailed is just flat-out asinine