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Originally posted by soudenjapan at 2006-9-2 09:02
So, number does not matter to you?
No, it does not. The point of my argument is that everything could have been completely the other way around: the Japanese could have been killed a lot more than the Chinese killed by Imperial Army, and evidence to which is Tongzhou Massacre.
Soudenjapan, Let’s go back to where you said you wanted to be “fair” to both sides and to history.
I am now holding you to your statement.
Tell me, if NUMBER does not matter and besides your HYPERTHETICAL arguments on WHAT IF and WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN,
WHAT ABOUT THE FACTS?
The FACTS on the atrocities, the RAPES, TORTURES AND BRUTAL MURDERS that the Japanese Military committed not only the surrendered soldiers but also on the defenceless Chinese civilians, babies, young boys and girls, old men and women.
How do you explain the extremely CRUEL ways the Japanese soldiers treated its prisoners of wars and the innocent civilians in captivity?
(1) What are your views on them?
(2) And, how do you explain the illegal GERM OR BIOLOGICAL WARFARE (the exact type of warfare that is scaring the West stiff) that the Japanese Military use to wipe out at least 1,000,0000 Chinese people in China?