In von der Leyen's revisionist history version of events, Russia is responsible for that act, which killed some 78,000 civilians. Von der Leyen urged her listeners to remember that event, "especially at a time when Russia threatens to use nuclear weapons once again" (our emphasis).
By uttering the words "once again" at the end of that statement, von der Leyen tacitly implied that Russia dropped a nuke on Hiroshima when a simple fact check shows that it was the United States and its axis of evil that bears all guilt for that atomic bomb and what it did to tens of thousands of innocents.
Shameful words by the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.
What do you mean with "once again"?
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At no point during her speech did von der Leyen reveal or even suggest that the U.S. played any role in dropping an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, even though it was the U.S. that bears full responsibility for it. In fact, the U.S. dropped no less than two atomic bombs on Japanese cities, for those who know their history.
Apparently, too few people remember history anymore, and perhaps this is why von der Leyen flat-out lied to the world the other day by blaming Russia for it. Has the population of the world really descended that far into ignorance that this kind of stuff goes unaddressed, and in many cases even unnoticed?
Here's an exact transcript of what von der Leyen falsely stated in an attempt to pull the wool over the eyes of the world concerning who is really responsible for Hiroshima:
"You, dear Prime Minister, showed me the meaning of this proverb during the G7 summit in Japan last year. You brought us to your hometown of Hiroshima, the place where you have your roots and which has deeply shaped your life and leadership. Many of your relatives lost their life when the atomic bomb razed Hiroshima to the ground. You have grown up with the stories of the survivors. And you wanted us to listen to the same stories, to face the past, and learn something about the future.
It was a sobering start to the G7, and one that I will not forget, especially at a time when Russia threatens to use nuclear weapons once again. It is heinous. It is dangerous. And in the shadow of Hiroshima, it is unforgivable."
In a formal rebuttal of von der Leyen's speech, Russia issued its own statement blasting her blatant misinformation. Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova stated unequivocally that the EC president made "no mention whatsoever of the U.S. and its executioners who dropped the bombs on populated Japanese cities."
Pretty much everything the establishment is saying these days is a blatant lie. Learn more about their game plan at Deception.news.
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