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This post was edited by abramicus at 2012-10-12 17:39|
On August 15, 1945, at 12 noon, the clock of divine retribution for all the atrocities that Japan had inflicted on the then 700 million Chinese was stopped as the Japanese emperor announced his acceptance of the terms of surrender as outlined in the Potsdam Proclamation of July 26, 1945, and the Cairo Declaration of Dec. 1, 1943.
In its instrument of surrender, Imperial Japan agreed to give up all its territories outside its four main islands, especially those that it stole from other countries by violence and greed, including but not limited to those it seized via the Treaty of Shimonoseki of 1895.
On September 11, 2012, Japan reneged on its terms of surrender of 1945 of WWII, by "nationalizing" Diaoyu dao over and above the protests of China, one of the major allied powers that defeated the Japanese army. The dusty grandfather clock of the Potsdam Proclamation has begun ticking again, and as soon as it made its first tick, it struck the 12th hour on 9/11/2012.