Pope Shows “What War Had Created”
https://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20180101-35112697-cnn-int (including the top photo)
The Pope Francisco instructed to print the photo which captured the victim of the atomic bombing on Nagasaki in 1945 on the cards and distribute them. On the back of the cards, the word “what war had created” is stated at the request of the Pope.
This picture captured the appearance of a single boy waiting in turn at the crematorium, carrying his brother’s body on his back. It was taken by a US Marine Corps cameraman, Mr, Joe O’Donnell just after the atomic bomb was dropped at the end of World War II.
This would be the Pope’s horn on the fact that the possibility of nuclear war has risen from the previous year due to intensified tension between the US and North Korea.
This time it seems that the signature and the words “what war had created” are listed on the back of the card.
In practice, I do not know how this will affect the world’s politicians, but I think that it is very important for religious leaders of the world to continue this kind of behavior.
Of course, it is also important to report it this way.
Then please look at the picture below.
The photo from: http://blog.goo.ne.jp/mayumilehr/e/c45f9793732aa7e8116d123f503b3dd9
Originally written on Jan.1, 2018
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