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Post time 2006-8-20 13:56:20 |Display all floors

fortunately, as the recognized uncivilized being,

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Post time 2006-8-20 20:03:46 |Display all floors
We don't need a special credibility to direct the public attention to the horrifying events that took place 40 years ago in China.

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Post time 2006-8-21 21:38:57 |Display all floors

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Post time 2006-8-21 21:39:52 |Display all floors

"horrifying events" ???

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Post time 2006-8-22 04:58:49 |Display all floors
Do you think that the the unprecedented, massive, and systematic killing by Com munists 40 years ago was an alright thing to do?

Starting this year through 2009, you are having the 40th anniversary of the most horrifying massacre recorded in human history ever. Aren't you going to have special events and TV programs to remember what happened, and to pass it on to the newer generations?

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Post time 2006-8-22 05:24:58 |Display all floors

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Originally posted by soudenjapan at 2006-8-15 18:27
China to shoot movie on Nanjing Massacre

This project, quoted below from ChinaDaily, sounds like a fun.

But my gut feeling says that this movie could triger, acting as a catalyst, a much bigger controversy as to the Man of Communist Ch ...


Really?  That's wonderful!

It may sound fun to some but I think it is absolutely necessary, especially for the young Chinese (and also Japanese) where very little is written and taught about the Nanjing Massacre in school.  In fact, there was NO MENTION of it in my History class about the Nanjing Massacre, but only how the Japanese invaded Asia and caused great sufferings to her victims, mainly civilians.

I learned from my folks how HATEFUL the Japanese people were but knew little how HATEFUL they really were until I read Iris Chang's Rape of Nanking and some other books that follow.

It is a SHAME that Japan has a Prime Minister who worships the worst Murderers.  Even their Emperor (the evil Hirohito) understood their dreadful SINS and stopped visiting the Yasukuni Shrine after their  14 executed Class A war criminals were "enshrined" in that CULT temple,

I certainly look forward to watching the movie and, without a single doubt, it will be a best seller of the year/century.



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Post time 2006-8-22 05:37:03 |Display all floors

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Originally posted by soudenjapan at 2006-8-22 04:58
Do you think that the the unprecedented, massive, and systematic killing by Com munists 40 years ago was an alright thing to do?

Starting this year through 2009, you are having the 40th annivers ...


First, you've got to prove that.

Second, two wrongs doesn't make a right.  

The problem is that Japan has committed a VERY GRAVE SIN 61 years ago and has not repented.

Look at your cult Prime Minister who visited and prayed to the 14 class-A criminals every year.

The movie will be a reminder to all of us and a reflection for Japan and her people, young and old.

Soudenjapan, what you are doing here and what you try to find excuses for yourself is a true DISGRACE!  It is like your WHITEWASHING of your shameful past, your whitewashing of History.

Fortunately, time and tide is neutral and you simply cannot turn it back by covering it up or distraction.

You've got to learn to FACE the truth and acknowledge it.


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