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This picture taken on September 23, 2012 shows a group of Chinese protesters wearing masks while dressed in Japanese costumes kneeling before a Buddha statue with a banner that reads 'Diaoyu Islands belong to China' in Lushan, central China's Henan province, as they protest against Japan's 'nationalizing' of the disputed islands, also known as the archipelago Senkaku in Japan. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda warned China, in an interview published late September 23, that its tough and uncompromising stance taken in a territorial dispute with Japan could weaken the Chinese economy.



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China Daily printed this recently.
"The islands and islets were Chinese territory until Japan forcibly seized them in 1895. The 1943 Cairo Declaration and the 1945 Potsdam Proclamation, which laid out the terms for the Japanese surrender at the end of World War II, obliged the country to return all the Chinese territories it had forcibly occupied."
Japan signed and China signed. I have searched the net. There has been no other proclamations signed by both Japan and China, end of story!

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ttt222 Post time: 2012-9-25 19:44

WARS FOR NATIONAL SURVIVAL HAVE THE LONGEST BOOST WHEN RELIGION JOINS THE FIGHT AGAINST THE ENEMIES OF CHINA.  THE CRUSADES AND ISLAMIC WARS PROVE THAT WHEN RELIGION IS  RECRUITED INTO THE FIGHT, THE FIGHT CAN LAST GENERATIONS AND EVEN CENTURIES.  ONE HAS TO BE CAREFUL NOT TO BE LED INTO WARS BECAUSE OF RELIGION, AND INSTEAD USE RELIGION TO SUPPORT THE JUST AND RIGHTEOUS DEMANDS OF THE COUNTRY AGAINST ITS ENEMIES.

Religion unites what is moral with what is necessary for survival.  It also provides a common ground for all citizens of various opinions to agree on doing something that they all agree is right.  Thus, the Nazi Japanese used Shinto and Emperor-worship to unite their people even in the most unrighteous pillage and plunder of their peaceful neighbors.

China should conduct public worship rallies that equate the cause of its national survival and struggle against its enemies with the ultimate and practical good for all persons.  Mainland China, Hongkong, and Taiwan should hold weekly prayer rallies against Japanese aggression in Diaoyutai.  That will give the Japanese Shintoists a run for their money.

Not only that, who knows if there is or isn't such a thing as psychic energy, or chi, that can transform the will of 1.4 billion people into a reality-changing force that transcends military and economic forces?  Based on the writings of Lao Zi, there is something to be said for a channeling of all the Chi of the people into a powerful national force for survival, or Yang, as it battles the foreign forces of destruction, or Yin.

This is a good example of how three ordinary folks have transformed their will into a ritual that reaches into their national collective archetypes for renewal of their will, strength, and wisdom.

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