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What Did Neils Bohr Know, and When Did He Know It?

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In the beginning, there was knowledge about the structure of the atom, and the consequent destructive power implicit in that structure, if use of this knowledge were not kept secret. And there was a brilliant Jewish physicist named Neils Bohr, a Dane, who lived in Denmark even while Hitler was ranting out loud about rounding up European Jews for a final solution in Germany and eastern Europe. And this brilliant physicist was already an insider in the Danish government, which was evidently ignorant of the genocide being practiced at this very time by the American Air Force while setting up an (atomic) bomber-launching site in Greenland, genocide against the native Greenlanders who lived in those icy climes.

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Niels Bohr (1885-1962), by Wikipedia


After the beginning, there passed sixty years or so of "overlooking" the knowledge Doctor Bohr must have had about the "American character" and its "thoughtlessly" committing genocide on the native Greenlanders; because, during this time, the influence of Jews on American foreign policy was hotly denied in both America and Israel.

And in America, most of our forefathers were busy turning another brilliant Jewish physicist named J. Robert Oppenheimer into The Enemy.


J. Robert Oppenheimer (1904-1967), by Wikipedia


Now from our position of White American Thankfulness, we cannot deny that, sure enuf, the consequent destructive power implicit in the structure of the atom was used against the Japanese and not against white Europeans - and now it's our movies, and our history - that count. And I look back and wonder, how could Neils Bohr have not realized that a country like the United States (which was already committing genocide against inoffensive, insular and utterly innocent Greenlanders) would willingly destroy the world before surrendering its privileges?

Well, maybe it was always the old "first things first" argument.
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Or, maybe, this is just hindsight.

Or, of course, maybe this Diary is no more than the ramblings of a disturbed mind, frustrated and fearful, on a cloudy summer morning in June, 2012.


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