Could anything justify the extermination of civilians on such a scale?
More Quotes from Wilfred Burchett:France turned a deaf ear to the demands, but Ho had succeeded in attracting great publicity in progressive French circles to the situation in Indochina.
And just as there was something of every Vietnamese in Ho Chi Minh so there is something of Ho Chi Minh in almost every present-day Vietnamese, so strong is his imprint on the Vietnamese nation.
Vietnamese must be made to feel that they are racial inferiors with no right to national identity.
My anger with the US was not at first, that they had used that weapon - although that anger came later.
Hiroshima does not look like a bombed city. It looks as if a monster steamroller had passed over it and squashed it out of existence.
But the real anger was generated when the US military tried to cover up the effects of atomic radiation on civilians - and tried to shut me up.
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