Japan Re-Writes History Of World War II “Comfort Women”
– The Rape Of Nanking
– Mass Killings
– Beheading Prisoners & Civilians As A Contest Between Military Units
– Cannibalism Of Civilians & Prisoners Of War
– Biological Warfare Experiments On Prisoners Of War
– Torture Of Prisoners Of War For Pleasure
– Abduction Of Women To Serve As Sex Slaves To The Military
The above are some of the war crimes committed by the Empire of Japan during it’s conquest of Asia before and during World War II. If you have any doubts about the brutality of the Japanese military and the Bushido culture that permeated Japan in the first half of the 20th Century, I suggest you read Flyboys by James Bradley, or simply start at Wikipedia under “Japanese War Crimes“.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Thursday that there was “no evidence to prove there was coercion” of the women and girls who were “comfort” to Japanese troops.
That sure makes me want to support Japanese whaling and buy their electronics and automobiles – especially in light of the fact that the denial of Japan’s brutality and war-making is rampant in their culture and educational system.
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