Right after the closing of the Second World War, the perception of US military dominance was firmly established by the successful detonation of the first atomic bombs in Nagasaki and Hiroshima.
The US was able to do it first because the German scientists who were working on the same technology were deliberately retarding the completion of the project due to the potential havoc it would wreak under the command of the Fuhrer Adolf Hitler.
With the benefit of hindsight, of course, the hesitance of the German scientists to deliver the first atom bombs to Hitler didn’t really matter because another group of Nazionists was already working in the US for the same New World Order goals that the German SS were aiming for in Europe.
The subsequent defeat of the Germans in the hands of the Russians was effectively eclipsed by the post-Japanese surrender atomic bombing. In other words, it was never meant to end the war, but as an effective propaganda tool to overshadow what the Russians have accomplished in spite all the odds against the latter.
This was how the US established the perception of its military invincibility around the world, which will only be put into question by the successful manned space flight of Yuri Gagarin in the 1960s, and the unsuccessful military intervention in Viet Nam that left decades of anguish from those who survived the slaughter, the veterans coming home, and those who were left behind.
Forward to today, the myth of US military superiority is being shattered by a battery of proportionate response from targeted countries not willing to comply Washington’s demands, that are only aggravated by what is evidently mere empty threats coming from the White House and the State Department. ...
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