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The enormous popularity and cultural resonance of Godzilla is perhaps due to his many positive characteristics. He is courageous and indomitable, a potent masculine symbol, and while pugnacious and solitary, is essentially dispassionate and impartial in his dealings with others. Godzilla also represents the personification of the threat to Japan from atomic bombing and earthquakes, and to some extent the traits of Japanese nationalism, isolationism and xenophobia.{{fact}}

It seems a little strange, and the fact tag has been there since April. HelpJazz 20:12, 5 January 2008 (EST)

Nukes message

I have a box set of Godzilla DVDs which says that the anti-nuclear theme in Godzilla was protesting the nuclear arms race as opposed to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki as some tend to think of it as having done. Is this worth mentioning? Kris C