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This post was edited by abramicus at 2012-9-18 18:31|
outspoken Post time: 2012-9-17 20:02
I am a japanese living in the US. There are many Americans of Chinese origin her ...
China should support Japanese civilian groups who see the truth clearly, so that they can communicate more effectively with the rest of the Japanese population that China does not want to invade or destroy Japan. There should be an active effort to recruit Japanese into NGOs that fulfill this job that are fully funded to do their work. Call it House of Japan or anything that promotes Japanese culture and progress, not Neo-Nazi barbarism and destruction.
It is the militarists in power who want to use the Japanese people to further their own personal ambitions of conquest and glory, who are inventing false flag operations one after the other, like the Mukden Incident of September 18, 1931, the Marco Polo Bridge Incident of July 7, 1937, and now the Diaoyu Nationalization Incident of September 11, 2012, in order to forcibly conscript all Japanese males to serve under their command, living on pittances instead of building up their personal careers and family savings, and having control over their life and death so completely that they lose their moral conscience in the process just to survive their training. The worst tragedy that can happen to the Japanese men is to be put into barracks of the Imperial Japanese Army (now called the Japan Self Defense Force) where training is unnecessarily brutal by all Asian and American standards, and suicide rates are extremely high.
No, losing a Diaoyutai that never really belonged to Japan, as all history books confirm, is not a tragedy. It is a day of national celebration, that millions of Japanese men need not have to die for the false ambitions of a few Japanese politicians exploiting them in the name of their race and nationality.