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  • A Note to Roosevelt
  • I would now like to introduce a note sent to President Roosevelt by Rear Admiral Rinosuke Ichimaru, who died during the fighting a
    t Iwo Jima, the site of the fiercest battle of the Greater East Asia War. [続きを読む]
  • VANK(Voluntary Agency Network of Korea)
  • VANK(Voluntary Agency Network of Korea)was founded by Park Gi Tae in 1999.VANK says it’s a cyber diplomacy organization of 120,000 Koreans. The claim is it is an NGO (Non-Government Organization), but the Korean government makes national budget for VANK.VANK has developed and implemented an education program for cyber diplomats. This program teaches Koreans how to interact with foreigners and a [続きを読む]
  • The Comfort Women Controversy : Sex Slaves or Prostitutes
  • 《Please spread this message to as many as possible!》Koreans claim that C.W. were sex slaves abducted by the Japanese armed forces.However, the claim has no ground at all.Thorough research reveals that Comfort Women were nothing but, professional prostitutes who were paid for their services.Koreans fabricated history to accuse Japan.No former Comfort Women ever proved [続きを読む]
  • Liu Xiaobo: The man China couldn't erase(BBC)
  • "There is nothing criminal in anything I have done but I have no complaints."So stated Liu Xiaobo in court in 2009, and
    in the eight long prison years between then and now, he refused to recant his commitment to democracy. No wonder China's lead
    ers are as afraid of him in death as they were in life.The Chinese Communist Party was once a party of conviction, with martyrs pr
    epared to die for their c [続きを読む]
  • (無題)
  • This is the Sankei's article to report about Japanese samurai who challenging South Korean justice court about Japan's h
    onor.Mr. Shigeharu Oku who is ex-Self Defense Force officer is detained by South Korean police by unfair charge.First of all, so c
    alled "Comfortable women abducted and forced to be sex slave during WWII" were the fabrication by late Seiji Yoshida. An
    d his fabricated story was rep [続きを読む]
  • Korea: The Sex Slave Scam Marches on
  • More and more people are realizing that Japanese are right about this. The sex slave issue is part scam and part information opera
    tions. (There were real comfort women but that was organized prostitution.) People are in the scam/operations for different reason
    s. 1) Some are just naive and will believe about anything. 2) Some is just anti-Japanese racism 3) Others cash in on the matter, s
    uch as art [続きを読む]
  • Japan-USA-Korea relations and the Comfort Women issue
  • Personally, I sharply disagree with PM Abe apologizing to President Park for something Japan did not do. Namely, kidnap 200,000 se
    x-slaves. Nearly all were prostitutes -- this is historical fact, and the 200,000 number was plucked from thin air by Japan-haters
    . There is no historical basis for this number.Th apology caused some people to completely turn their backs on Shinzo Abe. I was t
    empted wai [続きを読む]
  • Why The Japanese Outlearn The U.s.
  • January 13, 1987 When President Reagan met with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone in Tokyo in November, 1983, they agreed
    it would be beneficial for each country to study education in the other. Now the first studies resulting from that cooperation hav
    e been made public. And there`s no surprise that they clearly show it is the Americans who have the most to learn from the Japanes
    e. Not eve [続きを読む]
  • Sri Lanka’s Independence
  • Sri Lanka’s Independence ? a beneficiary of Japan’s entry to the Second World War which sealed the fate of European Colonial
    ism in Asia Posted on February 2nd, 2017 Senaka Weeraratna Sri Lanka together with several other Asian countries owe much in winni
    ng their freedom, to Japan’s entry to the Second World War and the resulting chain of events that sealed the fate of European co
    lonialism in A [続きを読む]
  • A Note to Roosevelt
  • Rear Admiral R. Ichimaru of the Japanese Navy sends this note to Roosevelt. I have one word to give you upon the termination of th
    is battle. Approximately a century has elapsed since Nippon, after Commodore Perry’s entry to Shimoda, became widely affiliated
    with the countries of the world. During this period of intercourse Nippon has met with many national crises as well as the undesir
    ed Sino-Jap [続きを読む]