|Above, the Nagasaki hypocenter monument. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
A rumored visit to Hiroshima and Nagasaki by President Obama is causing concern in several quarters.
This is quite understandable considering that Obama has been apologizing for alleged U.S. "wrongs" since the beginning of his presidency.
The Japan Times reported:
OSAKA – Reports that the White House is considering a visit to Hiroshima by U.S. President Barack Obama before or after the Group of Seven Summit in May are creating excitement and concern about how it will be perceived and whether such a visit would move the U.S.-Japan relationship forward.To read more, go here.
Some U.S. veterans groups have also expressed concern that if U.S. leaders pay too much attention to Hiroshima, it will come at the expense of Japan’s conduct in the war.