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Several times, Qing Emperor Kangxi made comments about the Japanese. He did not call it Japan, but only called it "Japanese sub-country", he said: "Japanese sub-country, a most capricious country, its people low in moral, and never appreciate well friendship bestow upon them [e.g. China and other countries did not ask for any compensation after they were Big Loser in world war two], their mind is corruptibly impinged with hatred and war [understandably that they have no natural resources and only possesses with islands that are plagued with earthquakes and tsunamis , resulting in jealousy and in trying to steal others land, their education is filled with “how to grab others’ land when they grow up and if failed, they will commit Seppuku- stomach-cutting ”] .
Former U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt: "In human history, Japan is the most despicable, the most shameless nation."
Former French President Charles de Gaulle: "Japan, which is a sinister and cunning, cruel nation, this nation is very snobbish, its degree of mad bloodthirsty is similar to the vampire Dracula in European Middle Ages, once he saw your weaknesses, he will immediately bite through your neck, there is no chance of remaining alive."
The great French thinker Montesquieu evaluation of the Japanese: "The Japanese character is very perverted. From Europeans point of view, Japan, is a bloody metamorphosis bloodthirsty, obstinate ethnic group, headstrong as opinionated, ignorant, superior servile and subordinates savage. They kill at a moment and suicide at a moment. They do not care about their lives and they do not care about others’ lives. Japan is full of confusion and vendetta."
Russian Czar Nicholas II: "The Japanese are a bunch of nasty yellow monkeys. Japanese Emperor Meiji is a funny guy.”
American wealthy, John D Rockefeller: "The Japanese know only to copy others, else nothing can be accomplished. When did Japan independently contribute to the world civilization? At best, Japan is only a craftsman of second-rate nation."