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Post time 2006-8-27 09:32:21 |Display all floors

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Soudenjapan,

You BLOODY HYPOCRITE!!!

The movie the Chinese is making is to give voice to the victims who have suffered their lives in unjust silence and to the children like us who have not realised or been able to imagine the depth and magnitude of their sufferings, the murders and brutalities they witnessed and the tortures they went through during that period of their captivity by a foreign aggressor, a trained killing machine.

It is not about making a movie like Hollywood or about making money.  If money were the issue, we would have demanded compensation for the victims long ago, and we would have seen the immediate collapse of your Japanese economy or, at least, a serious dent.

Sensationalise it?  We will tell the story as it is; that in itself is already very sensational!

"Few know that soldiers impaled babies on bayonets and tossed them still alive into pots of boiling water,” Nagatomi said. They gang-raped women from the ages of 12 to 80 and then killed them when they could no longer satisfy sexual requirements. I beheaded people, starved them to death, burned them and buried them alive, over two hundred in all. It is terrible that I could turn into an animal and do these things. There are really no words to explain what I was doing. I was truly a devil.”



As for your crap, don’t worry for the Chinese.  Worry for your Japs and just you sit tight and wait for the big screen to flash.


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Post time 2006-8-27 09:52:59 |Display all floors
I think we must pay atention to Japan's attitude to the invasion and  World War II. We can't make that disgrace history replay.

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Post time 2006-8-27 11:39:50 |Display all floors
whampoa,

Those monsters are everywhere in the world even today.

I hope that the individual who commited and confessed the terrible crime in China on his own responsiblity, as you quoted above, should be arrested and executed or whatever. That is the price he has pay. That's all. I guess no one would object to that .

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Post time 2006-8-27 11:51:21 |Display all floors

Tongzhou Massacre

whampoa,

The movie the Chinese is making is to give voice to the victims who have suffered their lives in unjust silence and to the children like us who have not realised or been able to imagine the depth and magnitude of their sufferings, the murders and brutalities they witnessed and the tortures they went through during that period of their captivity by a foreign aggressor, a trained killing machine.

Please do so by all means. I have no objection to it.

Brutality was on both sides. In my view, the situation at that time was either "you do it to the Chinese" or "they do it to the Japanese in Manchuria and China."

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"Tongzhou Incident"


A minor clash between Chinese and Japanese troops at the Marco Polo Bridge, near Beijing, touched off full-scale war between Japan and China in July of 1937. @
And@3 weeks later,July. 29 AM 4 in Tongzhou (, Tsushu), about 260 of 380 Japanese citizens were slaughtered by the Tongzhou Guardig Troop.
It is so-called "Tongzhou Incident"

There is a testimony of Fumio Sakurai (a former platoon leader of China staying army No2 regiment) in Tokyo Trial.
as follows:

[Testimony]
As we went out of the east gate of the defense corps, we saw corpses of Japanese residents, both men and women, lying down every few meters.
In one restaurant,every victim was beheaded, with both of their hands cut off, and the female victims, if they were above 14, or 15 years old, were all raped............As we entered Asahiken, a Japanese restaurant, we saw seven to eight women all stripped off, raped, and shot dead; some with a broom pushed into their private, others with sand packed into their mouths, and still others with their abdomens cut open vertically.

It was unbearable sight. On a pond near the east gate, we saw six corpses of a family floating. The water was crimsoned. It was evident that the victims had been being dragged, chained in a raw, with their necks bound with an electric wire, and with both of their hands sticked through with an steel wire. We continued to rescue the survivors until midnight,

We searched them from door to door, shouting "'Are there any Japanese?'" Then, out of a garbage box or the back of a wall
appeared a child with his nose wired through like a cow, an old woman with her arm cut off, and a pregnant woman with her abdomen stubbed with a bayonet.

Few days later, this news was published in Japan.
Every Japanese got angry but blood was frozen at the scene.
Chinese clasic history books are full with cruel method of killing. But Japanese people had been believing it Chinese style exaggaration untill this incident. But it was true, not exaggaration!!
In "Collapsing China " by Arving, it was written as facts even In 1920's that good resident were tied in chain sticked trough by steel wire and that corpses of women cut off their hands and legs, were thrown away besides roads.

Generally speaking, cruel murder is apt to happen between the conflict with different races where conversation is impossible. When Iris Chang descript earnestly the cruelty of japanese soldiers with her Chinese brain, she is speaking about the cruel klling culture of China of 3000 years history.

Japanese have been one race and have never known such a cruel ways of killing in 2000 history !!

All Japanese felt fierce anger for Chinese.
If the dead bodies in the photos were made by Japanese soldiers, The killing style was taught by Chinese indeed, and it might be a revenge.
After 2 weeks from Tongzhou Incident, Aug 12, Chinese 12,000 soldiers surrounded about 20,000 Japanese civilian and about 1000 Japanese marine in Shanghai, and started to attack them at 13, Aug.

Japanese government, remembering the cruel Tongzhou Incident, sent military force to protect them. This is the opening of 2nd Shanghai Incident and it lead to Nanking Incident.

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Post time 2006-8-27 14:20:12 |Display all floors

Why The Feck Were There Jap Soldiers in Beijing?

Beijing is not Tokyo, is it?  

What would Japan have done if there were Chinese soldiers in Tokyo?  What would any sovereign nation have done?  

Japanese war propaganda is now being replayed by Jap militarist like SouthernJap here.  Japs have no shame and no remorse.  It is indeed fair for the books to be squared against these nonrepenting hentais.

The historical record was clear and ample.  To try to ply revisionist history on the world, the Japs are just lying to themselves.

http://www.ideaworx.com/slatewiper/slatelinks.htm

Add to that the continued refusal, despite treaty obligation to destroy, remediate and compensate for the 2,000,000 pcs. of chemical warfare ordnance that were maliciously buried all over China by the defeated Jap military, there are truly many accounts to square.

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Post time 2006-8-27 14:23:58 |Display all floors

Reply #39 soudenjapan's post

But, but...you invaded our lands, and kill first on pretense....


They must be reporting Japanese troop action in China and formenting Japanese support! ie. Propaganda.

Please remember....the AGRESSOR IS MILITARIST IMPERIAL JAPAN.....
The Chinese did not start the war!

So, you cannot complaint about the VICTIMS~!


unrepentant!

It's like telling others...
I came to rob your home, rape your wife, kill your children..
behead your elders....

and if you fight back,
Japan becomes righteous!

Gosh...is that logic?



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Post time 2006-8-27 17:22:04 |Display all floors

Reply #37 geelong's post

Originally posted by geelong at 2006-8-27 09:52
I think we must pay atention to Japan's attitude to the invasion and  World War II. We can't make that disgrace history replay.


That is correct.

Besides that, I think we Chinese also have to do our part.

I don’t think the Japanese massacred the Chinese for the sake of massacre because they were naturally cruel and brutal.  We have to ask what is it that they wanted from us and why we resisted?

Like during the 18th -19th centuries, why did the West want to cripple the Chinese with Opium and demanded the cession of lands to them?

What were the motivations behind all these attacks and invasions on the Chinese people and her great motherland?

For the Chinese today, what are we like?

Do we look just at the wars and the cruelties committed on us or do we also look beyond all these?

Have we learned any lesson from our past?

Personally, I feel the Chinese have missed many chances.  We should not only remember these past atrocities but also understand why they were committed on us.


Are we doing enough to protect ourselves?  Do we have unity?


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