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This post was edited by abramicus at 2013-3-21 17:01|
"I have a dream . . . " said Martin Luther King.
China too has a dream, a dream of social equality, equal rights, and human rights, all within reach of the present generation.
But Japan also has a dream, a dream of international inequality, where the Chinaman must remain a servant and a coolie, to the superior races of Aryans and Japanese.
China seeks to achieve its dream with hard work, honesty and integrity.
Japan seeks to achieve its dream by stealing the islands and later on, the territories, of its neighbors, first those near, like Korea and Dioayudao, then those slightly farther away, like Taiwan and Pescadores, and finally, even the Korean peninsula and the Chinese mainland. They too want China to then fulfill its dream, of working hard, being honest to their Japanese masters, and keeping faith with their duties to the Japanese empire. All the best of the Chinese people in the service of the superior Japanese and Aryan races.
Can China achieve her dream and Japan also achieve her dream at the same time?
Two dreams in two different countries, for their wishes, how they pine. But only one dream will be fulfilled. Only one dream for all time.