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Xi Leads Seven-Man Politburo in Commemorating Japan's Surrender of 3 Sep 45. [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-9-4 11:07:16 |Display all floors
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By the banks of the famous Lugou Bridge (also known as the Marco Polo Bridge), the highest level leadership of modern China attended a solemn ceremony at a museum commemorating the surrender of Imperial Japan on September 3, 1945, some 69 years ago.  The serious demeanor of China's top leaders reflects the gravity of Japanese aggression, whose pain and suffering continue to be felt by the 1.3 billion peace-loving people of China, a pain made more poignant by Japan's repeat invasion of Diaoyudao, that nearly 2 years ago, on September 11, 2012, its piratical government annexed by an illegal act of its cabinet.  Illegal, because Diaoyudao belongs to China, and cannot be bought or sold by any third party without its formal consent.

It is all too evident that Japan has not learned its lesson to never again invade the territory of its peaceful neighbor.  China's erstwhile "Allies" in WWII have failed in their stated mission to transform Japan into a peaceful democratic country.  Instead, they have restored Japan's ambition, aided its aggression, and now, are turning Japan over to China for the final lesson.

35 million innocent men, women and children dead for no reason other than Japan wanted their land, their wealth, and their natural resources.  We know this rings no bell of conscience or sympathy in the Western mind.  And we understand.  But our conscience is not the conscience of an indifferent foreigner.  It is the conscience of those whose ancestors suffered the most inhuman treatment, including torture, rape and infanticide.  It is the conscience of those who say to the tens of millions of innocent victims of imperial Japanese aggression, yes, justice will be done!




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Post time 2014-9-4 11:34:02 |Display all floors
Never trust the Japanese.
Never trust the Europeans.
Never trust the USA.
But I don't have to tell you that..
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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Post time 2014-9-4 14:20:36 |Display all floors
robert237 Post time: 2014-9-4 11:34
Never trust the Japanese.
Never trust the Europeans.
Never trust the USA.

Sounds like the official foreign policy of North Korea.

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mixamixa Post time: 2014-9-4 14:20
Sounds like the official foreign policy of North Korea.

Do not set Robert off on that one, he hero worships the NK leadership

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mixamixa Post time: 2014-9-3 22:20
Sounds like the official foreign policy of North Korea.

And why not?
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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