1. July 16, of 1945 at 5:29:45 a.m., the Manhattan Project comes to an explosive end as the first atom bomb is successfully tested in Alamogordo, New Mexico. 2. Alas, had the Roosevelt Administration not been riddled with Stalin's spies.....a fact well known to Franklin Roosevelt.....well, then Stalin wouldn't have known about the development of the Atomic Bomb before the vice-president of the United States did. 3. Buddhism describes the interconnectedness of all things as a spider web, Indra’s net, on which every knot on the net is tied a pearl. Everything that exists or has existed is one of the pearls, and every pearl is tied to every other pearl. And on the surface of every pearl is the reflection of every other jewel on the net. In the actions of the Democrat, FDR, we see the reflection of the rise of Communist Russia, Red China and the Korean War. 4. If it were not for the wanna-be dictator and Democrat demigod, Franklin Roosevelt, there would not have been a Korean War, nor a North Korea FDR did everything he could to make certain that Stalin and Communism survived WWII. When Soviet spies were revealed in his administration.....he promoted them!! Stalin knew about the atomic bomb before Truman did. The materials and plans for the bomb were passed to Stalin via Lend Lease. 5. On April 5, 1951, Judge Irving R. Kaufman sentenced the Rosenbergs to death for theft of atomic secrets, and, resulted in "the communist aggression in Korea, with the resultant casualties exceeding 50,000 and who knows but that millions more of innocent people may pay the price of your treason." Judge Kaufman's Sentencing Statement in the Rosenberg Case 6. It is clear today, based on archival evidence, unearthed by researchers in Russia and released in the United States, that Kaufman was correct. "Absent an atomic bomb, Stalin would not have released Pyongyang's army to conquer the entire Korean peninsula. Confident that his possession of atomic weapons neutralized America's strategic advantage, Stalin was emboldened to unleash war in Korea in 1950." Haynes, Klehr, and Vassiliev, "Spies: The Rise and Fall of the KGB in America," p. 143, 545. And Romerstein and Breindel,"The Venona Secrets," p. xv, 253. a. It is important to connect the treachery with the impact of that treachery: the theft of the nuclear technology by Soviet spies with 36,940 Americans killed, 91,134 wounded, and 8,176 still missing, and this does not include at least two million civilian lives claimed on both sides. Bruce Cumings, "The Korean War: A History.' Included were 1.3 million South Korean casualties, including 400,000 dead. North Korea, 2 million casualties, and 900,000 Chinese soldiers killed.