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Abe's refusal to apologize reveals his real attitude [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2015-5-6 21:16:52 |Display all floors
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe holds his text as he addresses a joint meeting of the US Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, April 29, 2015. [Photo/Agencies]
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe failed the world again when he stopped short of making a formal apology in a speech to the US Congress on Wednesday. His failure to make a strong statement of contrition for his country's past aggress ...

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Post time 2015-5-6 21:17:00 |Display all floors
In US, Abe fell short of apology in front of Joint Congress. However, most of US congressman would easily forgive Japanese leader for his heartfelt remorse as US was the triumphant party that sank the A-bomb in Hiroshima and they had no prior  mass massacre akin to events happened in Nanjing in their home soil, therefore the bitterness and sorrow felt by these congressman are no comparison to the ache and suffering felt by people in the Asia regions. As US is a nation that seeks self interest gain to propel its objective, the Japanese has been their most reliable ally to gain foothold in Pacific Rim to contain China rise. And the containment of China rise fits nicely to Japanese vision as they hope to repeat history towards gaining their past glory occupying Chinese land and continue to belittle the Chinese.
Japan will never changed its standing. They will conceal the truth as long as possible to whitewash history. In their mind, they never lost the war. Psychologically, they took great pride in wiping colonization behalf of several nations during the WWII in view that Japanese control would provide better life for the people of the occupied land. In short, they fell short of mission accomplished and would be seeking every opportunities to reignite the unfinished business.

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