Brexit’s Modern Manipulation and Its A-Bomb Beginnings
By Daily Bell Staff - June 29, 2016

Brexit could spell more trouble for Trump, who supported leaving … Donald Trump plans a major trade speech on Tuesday that the campaign is billing as “declaring American economic independence,” a clear reference to the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union. If trends continue, he could be doing it against a backdrop of markets crashing and the pound hitting lows last seen in the 1980s.  – CNBC

In past articles we’ve pointed out the beginning of a new, elite dominant social theme: globalism versus populism.

Brexit is being positioned as a populist uprising and so is Trump’s campaign.

And below, after further exploration of this emergent propaganda, we travel back in time, as we have in  the past, to explore some fairly definitive evidence that shows that Hiroshima/Nagasaki were also used as globalist propaganda in their day.

The “atom bombs” dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki created our “modern” world. And this world has always been portrayed, like all directed history, as a natural and unstoppable evolution.

Now, thanks to Brexit, globalism, too, will be portrayed as natural and necessary adaptation to a more complex world. Donald Trump may well win the election, just as Brexit won.

But ultimately, it seems, populism is fated to be discarded. A new and gentler globalism may emerge in the East and include the BRICs. or pieces of them.

Already we are being instructed that because the Brits made the wrong, “populist” decision, chaos threatens that world leaders are now powerless to prevent.

But the starting gun for technocratic corporatism was the explosion of the nuke over Hiroshima.

That changed everything.

Yet what has come to bother us lately is that, like vaccines, these technical evolutions always favor government control as a necessary adaptation to scientific progress.

It is hard to believe that the major discoveries of the past 200 years inevitably demand government supervision.

Consider what we have already uncovered just by scrutinizing the Internet and looking for evidence of “directed history” regarding the initial atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

  • The dreaded mushroom cloud presented by the Hiroshima memorial is actually a photo of Hiroshima on fire. HERE.
  • A squadron of 66 bombers was directed to Imabari. in the early morning of August 6 (666) – the morning of the A-bomb – but Imabari. had been bombed already, twice. This bombing squadron might have fire-bombed Hiroshima instead. HERE.
  • Initial reports in Japan were that Hiroshima was firebombed. AP filed the same report. HERE.
  • In the aftermath of the explosion, Hiroshima (and Nagasaki) look no different than Tokyo after it was firebombed. HERE and HERE.
  • In Hiroshima numerous buildings are standing along with erect tree stumps. HERE.
  • Limited trolley service was revived in Hiroshima after only three days. HERE.
  • The Hiroshima bank at the epicenter of the bomb is fully functional and can be seen HERE.
  • Predictions of endless radiation poisoning for thousands of years proved untrue. Today, Hiroshima and Nagasaki’s radiation levels are normal.  HERE.
  • Outdoor shadows and other dramatic evidences of the Hiroshima bombing seem to be faked. HERE.
  • The initial American reporting on Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs  came from Wilfred Burchett and William L. Laurence. One was a communist (Burchett) who hated America and reportedly ended up on the Kremlin’s payroll. HERE.
  • The other was secretly a paid employee of US armed forces. He was the man who rode with the crew to witness the nuke dropped on Nagasaki. His report on the attack is painful to read for all the wrong reasons. HERE.
  • Laurence was also the only reported to cover the development of the atomic bomb, see the initial bomb testing (from 20 miles away) and to report from Nagasaki. In other words, only one reporter, paid by the US war dept, provided the entirety of the initial civilian narrative for the testing of nuclear devices and then bombing of Nagasaki. Just one. It was roughly the same at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Reporters were not allowed to visit. HERE.
  • Military officers were asked to exaggerate the injury count.HERE.
  • Hiroshima and Nagasaki were apparently shut down for months. There was no influx of Western reporters. The nuclear narrative was developed by the Pentagon from what we can tell. HERE.
  • It was immediately made a crime punishable by death in both the US and Japan to discuss nuclear attacks and the technology  that created them. (“The restricted data clauses of the US Atomic Energy Act specifies that all nuclear weapons-related information is to be considered classified unless explicitly declassified, and makes no distinction about whether said information was created in a laboratory by a government scientist or anywhere else in the world by private citizens.”) HERE.
  • As for Little Boy, the bomb dropped on Hiroshima, photos show it seems to lack the necessary antennas to function. HERE.
  • There were apparently several Little Boys of various sizes, not just one. HERE.
  • The narrative surrounding the dropping of the Hiroshima bombing is reportedly inaccurate. “Levers” were “pulled” to drop the bomb, but the automatic system did the job. HERE.
  • The automatic targeting system itself was an inaccurate device that reportedly might drop bombs miles from where the pilot hoped to deliver them. The odds that both bombs ended up delivering effective blasts are surprisingly low.
  • The Nagasaki bombing narrative was confused for decades. The story kept changing.  HERE.
  • The photos of the Nagasaki mushroom cloud are suspicious. They appear to be composite images with cloud cover inserted to ensure that identification of Nagasaki is impossible. HERE.  Other Nagasaki photos appear fake.
  • One of the two famous and supposedly identical photos of the Nagasaki mushroom cloud includes part of a plane. One of the photos is thus fake, or at least retouched.HERE.
  • For events of such magnitude, there are surprisingly few eyewitness accounts of the actual blast. Many eyewitness accounts start the day after the blast or during the firestorm. Only a few Japanese survivors have stepped forward to become regular “faces” of the blast. HERE
  • There don’t seem to be any civilian photos of either mushroom cloud taken by Japanese civilians or even military facilities. This one HERE looks evidently faked.
  • Much of the Western Hiroshima narrative regarding the blast was developed by a single Jesuit priest who, along with other Jesuits, had survive at the epicenter of the blast through the intervention of the Virgin Mary. HERE.
  • The eyewitness accounts of the blast itself have a repetitive and artificial quality to them, at least the ones we read. One doctor claims to have treated 2000-3000 injured on the first day. HERE.

There are other disturbing elements to the Nagasaki and Hiroshima bombings, and if you are interested, you can see more documents calling many elements of the attacks into question HERE.

Here is direct testimony of some of the exaggerations that took place from Crawford Sams – (of the ‘Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission’). HERE.

The object of this instruction, called Letter of Instruction, was “You will play up the devastating effect of the atomic bomb.” All right? So I was the one who set the deadline this time. Anybody who had been in Hiroshima and died within six months, whether they got run over by a bicycle or whatnot, would be credited to the atomic bomb.

When the bomb went off, about 2 thousand people out of 250 thousand got killed [in Hiroshima] – by blast, by thermal radiation, or by intense x-ray, gamma radiation.

You see, it wasn’t “Bing” like the publicity here [said]: a bomb went off and a city disappeared. No such thing happened. That was the propaganda for deterrent.

When I came back to this country, I was appalled, from a military standpoint, to find that our major planners in the War Department were using their own propaganda, 100 thousand deaths, Bing!

You don’t hear much about the effects of Nagasaki because actually it was pretty ineffective. That was a narrow corridor from the hospital … down to the port, and the effects were very limited as far as the fire spread and all that stuff. So you don’t hear much about Nagasaki.

Conclusion: The entirety of the Cold War, including the “arms race” and the “space race” all have elements of directed history. In other words, they are not what they seem. They are what authorities wish us to believe. While here at DB we have never written that Hiroshima and Nagasaki were not bombed with nukes, we do have grave reservations about the narrative.

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  • mike

    I think you ought to look at Aeon’s video of a Hiroshima survivor. It’s been re-posted today.

    • What happened in Hiroshima is tragic and horrible. But you have only to compare photos of Hiroshima to Nagasaki and Tokyo to see with your own eyes that all three seem to have suffered the same attack. Whatever was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki does not seem in line with official stories.

  • Erik Garcés

    Without questioning the rest of the article, as a plane enthusiast who is very familiar with WWII B-29 aircraft, I had to note something concerning this quote from your analysis:

    “One of the two famous and supposedly identical photos of the Nagasaki
    mushroom cloud includes the wing of a plane, presumably the Enola Gay.
    But there were no windows over the wing of the plane. The photo is fake.

    That photo, whatever it may be of, appears to have been shot from the side facing pane at the tail gunner’s position aboard a B-29. There were only a few windows at all in a B-29 and the sole port which faces the wing would not have that vantage point. What is presumed to be a wing is actually the horizontal stabilizer and elevator of the tail. This does not discount the possibility that the object of the photo may in fact be faked and from my point of view does not invalidate the rest of the DB’s intent.

    Here is a photo to give context.
    Good work, keep questioning.

    • This is a famous photo and has always been described as a wing tip. The other photo, exactly the same, has NO wing tip or any other section of the plane showing. At least one of the photos must therefore be “touched up.” Additionally, the photo itself shows a very strange “cloud” that is divided into two, and are two different colors.

  • mary

    Scratching my head over this: recall the talk when neutron bombs were being pushed in the media–in the early 80s? That “innovation” was that buildings would be left standing while the radiation would kill the victims. Why would they need such an “innovation” when the first a-bombs apparently didn’t destroy hardened buildings? I wonder if fusion is even possible. Certainly, it’s impossible as far as nuclear energy.

    A friend at the time of this propaganda barrage said that she hoped they’d invent an anti-neutron bomb, one that destroys buildings but all the people survive.

    • More and more of the nuclear “meme” seems like propaganda. And you made a great find the other day.

  • Doc
  • asadstateofaffairs

    Link above that was broken is messed up with some extra spaces, it should read:

    Whenever anything is missing on the internet the first thing to do is remember “The rocky and bowinkle cartoon” they had the wayback machine which is here ->

    put the below in the search:(without the http(s)://)

    You can also go to and search the same full link above and then to the far right of the green line click the little down arrow, then click cached.
    Nothing is ever really gone from the internet….
    Thanks DB for all you do!

    • Yes, we put in the spaces in order to post it with the article. Thanks for the update.

  • nameless

    The forum you mentioned having been suspended is up at this moment and all links from that page are working. Web HTTrack can download a browse-able copy for offline use, saves time dealing with sites that may go down for whatever reason.

    Great stuff today, thanks!

  • Davis

    You have lots of good reasons already to question the Hiroshima/Nagasaki narrative, and I think most are correct, but here are a couple more:

    The two cities do not show above-background radioactivity today in soil, vegetation, etc. A 20KT atom bomb would release lots of radioactive material from fission products, transuranics and ‘activation’ products in the bomb casing. Where are these? Most would have been short-lived, but some would have long half-lives and should be easily detectable today. Plutonium from above-ground weapons tests, for example, is easily detectable in small quantities all around the world, even though little above-ground testing has taken place for several decades.

    Where did the radioactive fallout from the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs go? The narrative seems to be that there was no fallout because the bombs were detonated a few hundred meters above ground, but that’s not very convincing. We are shown pictures of huge mushroom clouds. The clouds are visible because they are made of smoke and dirt and debris sucked up into the hot vortex of the explosion. That’s how fallout is made; radioactive materials adhere to the debris in the cloud. The fallout footprint should be easily detectable today downwind of both cities, but there is nothing.

    Another reason is that when the Japanese fishing boat in the Marshall Islands was contaminated with fallout from a US thermonuclear test in 1954, the Japanese doctors treating the injured fishermen when they returned to port were totally unfamiliar with the symptoms of radiation poisoning. When they discovered the men had been covered with radioactive contamination, they famously wrote to US authorities asking for advice on how to treat the ill men (the US denied everything at the time, but has since admitted what happened…).

    But Japanese doctors should have been the world’s experts on radiation sickness. Tens or hundreds of thousands of survivors living near HIroshima or Nagasaki would have received more radiation than the poor fishermen, who were many miles away from the thermonuclear test, but simply got caught in some of the fallout. The Japanese medical community and general public seem to have only discovered the phenomenon of radiation poisoning then, after the fishing boat incident.

    I recently read some historical information published by the Hiroshima Prefecture explaining that the fishing boat incident in 1954 was important because it inspired the atom-bomb survivors to start petitioning the central government for special medical monitoring and treatment, which they subsequently started to receive. The survivors now feared that they too might get ill from the radiation they survived. But that was nine years after the bombing. Many thousands should have died or been severely ill long before.

    • You are correct. There was a mushroom cloud so there should have been fallout. Very simple. Think they claimed the cloud just dissipated and blew away. Hard to believe. A lot of it is hard to believe.

  • mary

    In the text above, you said that the Enola Gay was the plane that bombed Nagasaki. Wasn’t it the Bock’s Car?

  • mary

    Look at this link:

    Supposedly, Mr. Yamaguchi was 2 mi from Hiroshima’s ground zero while on a biz trip. Then he traveled home to, wait for it, Nagasaki and was 2 mi from that ground zero. Even more fantastic,

    “Mr. Yamaguchi lived to ripe old age of 93 and died on January 4th, 2010 at his home in Nagasaki.”

    How much radiation can a body take? Yet he lived to 93????? Come on! This is ridiculous.

    • Thanks. While aspects of modern, historical “technology” may be credible, a lot is not. The Bell and its feedbackers can make a contribution by bringing this to people’s attention. How is it that only one “journalist” on the pay of the War Dept. provided the entirety of the reportorial narrative from the Manhattan Project through to the bombing of Nagasaki and beyond? We wouldn’t find this credible in the USSR. Why do we find it credible in America?

  • Wrusssr

    “Tokyo remembers hellish, overlooked WWII bombings”

    * * *

    “. . . the March 10, 1945, (firebomb) attack on Tokyo killed more people than the Aug. 9 atomic bombing of Nagasaki. The death toll was on par with the Aug. 6 atomic attack on Hiroshima.

    “But the firebombing AND SIMILAR ONES THAT FOLLOWED IN MORE THAN 60 OTHER JAPANESE CITIES have received little attention, eclipsed by the atomic bombings and Japan’s postwar rush to rebuild. The only formal public monument for the Tokyo victims is a modest floral memorial near the temple where Tuesday’s ceremony was held . . .”

    * * *

    From an Amy Goodman/David Goodman 2004 article:

    Radiation: Now You See It, Now You Don’t

    “. . . a curious twist to this story concerns another New York Times journalist who reported on Hiroshima; his name, believe it or not, was William Lawrence (his byline was W.H. Lawrence). He has long been confused with William L. Laurence. (Even Wilfred Burchett confuses the two men in his memoirs and his 1983 book, Shadows of Hiroshima.)

    “Unlike the War Department’s Pulitzer Prize winner, W.H. Lawrence visited and reported on Hiroshima on the same day as Burchett. (WILLIAM L. LAURENCE, AFTER FLYING IN THE SQUADRON OF PLANES THAT BOMBED NAGASAKI, WAS SUBSEQUENTLY CALLED BACK TO THE UNITED STATES BY THE TIMES AND DID NOT VISIT THE BOMBED CITIES.)

    “W.H. Lawrence’s original dispatch from Hiroshima was published on September 5, 1945. He reported ‘. . . matter-of-factly about the deadly effects of radiation, and wrote that Japanese doctors worried that “all who had been in Hiroshima that day would die as a result of the bomb’s lingering effects.”’ He described how “persons who had been only slightly injured on the day of the blast lost 86 percent of their white blood corpuscles, developed temperatures of 104 degrees Fahrenheit, their hair began to drop out, they lost their appetites, vomited blood and finally died.”


    “No Radioactivity in Hiroshima Ruin: What Our Super Fortresses Did To a Japanese Production Center”
    by W.H. Lawrence
    By Wireless to the New York Times
    September 13, 1945
    (In NYT archives)

    Then, like Lawrence, another article by a different reporter stated there was no radioactivity at Nagasaki:

    “Survey Rules Out Nagasaki Dangers; Radioactivity After Atom Bombs Only 1,000th Of That from A Luminous Dial”
    by George E. Jones
    By Wireless to the New York Times
    October 7, 1945
    (In NYT archives)

    On the surface it looks as if the memes were switched at the government’s behest from radiation with horrible burn casualties and 200,000 dead or dying, to no radiation? Then back again?

    * * *

    Greater Chernobyl area is still not inhabitable, yet streets appeared passable and rebuilding supposedly was underway after a relatively short period following the two A-bombs.

    Answers as to why the radiation in those cities didn’t last I couldn’t decipher (my void), but they were long and drawn out and sounded canned.

    A reader at another article wrote:

    “Today, the background radiation in Hiroshima and Nagasaki is the same as the average amount of natural radiation present anywhere on Earth. It is not enough to affect human health. There was a slight increase of leukemia in the Nagasaki region, but no additional incidence of cancers anywhere in and around Hiroshima. Thus, contrary to any kind of logical sense, while the high altitude (1968 feet for Hiroshima and 1800 feet for Nagasaki) of the nuclear explosions immediately killed 200,000 people, these cities soon became safe, and are thriving today.

    “I’m, actually, still wondering why.”

    * * *

    Good think piece, DB. What the Fourth Estate used to be about. But, it looks like a Fifth estate may be emerging from the ‘Net to replace it. Wouldn’t have thought about this had I not read your article.

    • Thanks for the interesting info. The choices are simple: Either A-bombs were dropped (as described) or they were not. Nothing is as it appears with these two bombings, from the lack of photographic evidence, to the lack of bomb craters, to the lack of ongoing radiation sickness, etc.

  • Jake Darwin
    is OK. The site was being migrated onto Bluehost’s ‘cloud’ system, and was temporarily suspended during that process.