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■(Part1)People should be careful to watch Chinese propaganda which has been shown Japanese atrocity. I’d like to show a film which is called The Battle of China. This wartime propaganda film is directed by Frank Capra, American famous director of 1930's, and comes out in l944. In the film, there are ten-second scenes of the description of Nanking Massacre. However, these can hardly be the true description, because of the following reasons.
1 An officer is taking a woman by force. His epaulet is different from that of the Japanese officer. The medal he wears on the breast is not of the Japanese Army in terms of design.
2 A man wears a revolver belt. But, the then Japanese soldiers don't wear it, since they didn't use a revolver. Also, he doesn't wear a saber but a parade sword. But, in war, a parade sword has never been used.
3 Chinese inhabitants in the film are in shirts with half sleeves in the cold wintertime. A piece of paper which says 'Three People's Principles' is on the chest of a woman who is being buried alive, but Japanese do not have such a way of thinking. On the other hand, this custom was still observed in the 1930s in China. The whole things are forged pictures!


1 婦人を力ずくで連行しょうとしている軍人の肩章は日本軍の将校のそれとは全く異なるし、胸に勲章らしきものをつけているが、そんなデザインの勲章は日本にはない。

2 その人物は腰に弾帯を巻いているが、当時の日本軍が使用していた拳銃は回転式ではないので、弾帯は必要ないし、帯刀している刀は軍刀ではなく、刃のついていない指揮刀である。戦場に指揮刀を持って行くことはありえない。

3 厳寒の南京に半袖の市民の姿が見える。生き埋めにされようとしている婦人の胸の上に「三民主義」と書かれた紙片が載せられているが、こんな発想は日本人にはない。その反面1930年代の中国にはこれらの風習はたくさんあった。まさに全体が"やらせ映像"である!



■(Part1)One of the photos shows nine people's heads stand in a line side by side on ground. This photo is used as purported evidence of Nanking Massacre victims, but there was no such custom of gibbeted heads among the Japanese after the 1870s. Among the Chinese, however, this custom was still observed in the 1930s, and several photos of gibbeted heads appeared in cities of China in those days.
(Part2)There was also a case of gibbeted heads in the French Concession in Shanghai on February 12, 1938. Most historians allege that these were the heads of bandits or political criminals killed in the Chinese civil war. Iris Chang's The Rape of Nanking has the same photo with a background behind the heads on page 113. Looking at the larger photo, those who had experienced Nanking testified that the background is not of Nanking.


■A photo has displayed at the Nanking Massacre Museum. The caption said, "The Japanese rounded up thousands of women. Most of them were gang raped or forced into military prostitution. But this photo appeared in the Asahi Graph, a weekly photo journal, published in Japan on Nov 10, 1937, about one month before Nanking battle. The explanation says, "A group of women and children from the Rising Sun Village returning from the fields, guarded by our soldiers."


■Photographs purported to be evidence of a massacre in Nanking are on display at the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall, at other exhibitions, and in printed publications. However, recent scientific research has revealed that there are no photographs attesting to a massacre in Nanking. At least 143 pictures are distorted, are fabricated, or are used for the Nanking Massacre pictures which were from different areas and different times by Chinese government.


南京大虐殺 ナチスドイツとの違い

■(Part1)The 'Nanking Massacre' in which the Prosecution claims the 'massacre of 300,000', has never been so proved. However, any other unjustifiable killings by Japanese troops are regarded as punishable war crimes during the battles against the Chinese Army, and these should be processed under the international humanitarian law. On the other hand, in case of Germany, they were not fighting the war against the Jewish people.
(Part2) The large-scale slaughters targeting all the Jewish people, including the killings of Jewish people who had German citizenship, committed by the Nazi Germany were systematically planned killings based on the specific ethnic ideology which had no direct connection with the war. Those killings were, indeed, the 'crimes against humanity', and those crimes are fundamentally different from the 'war crimes' which the Japanese troops were said to have committed.
(Part3) Not only so, Japanese must say that there existed the crucial fact that the then Japanese government sternly refused the persecution policy against the Jewish people which the Nazi Germany was implementing, even though Japan had amicable relations with Germany by means of concluding the Anti-Comintern Pact during that time when the battle of Nanking occurred.
(Part4)In December 1938, almost one year after the battle of Nanking, the Japanese Government decided the policy that 'based on the spirit of racial equality which we have insisted on for many years, we will treat the Jewish people with fairness, in the same manner as we treat other foreigners and we will not take special measures to reject them.


南京大虐殺 清野作戦

■(Part1)In Chinese history, Chinese soldiers destroyed the homes and fields of their own civilians in order to wipe out any possible supplies or shelter that could be utilized by the over-extended enemy troops. This strategy is called "The Clean Field Strategy" by China. In fact, Chinese soldiers killed 30,000 their own people in cold blood in Changsha in 1938 under this strategy in spite of the fact that the Japanese didn’t attack the city.


(Part2)The Chinese government has announced that all of these victims were massacred by the Japanese even though they killed many Chinese people. The Chinese government used a clever trick which was called Chinese propaganda during the war. They are an expert on lies, Ralph Townsend said.



■(Part1)Traditionally in Japan, Samurai warriors lived inside walls of castle, and farmers and merchants outside the walls. Civilian cities were not walled. A war was a fight only among warriors, and they never killed civilians. While, in China, farmers and merchants lived inside a walled city and in wars the inhabitants including the farmers and merchants inside the walls were often all slaughtered with warriors.


(Part2)In Chinese chronicles, we often read such massacres. The Chinese language has the word which writes slaughtering castle and means slaughtering all people within the city. It was a Chinese culture. The Japanese never had such a culture. Nanking was a walled capital city, and the idea of massacring all inhabitants was Chinese, not Japanese.



■(Part1)The 228 Massacre was an anti-government uprising in Taiwan that began on February 27, 1947 and was violently suppressed by the ROC Kuomintang (KMT) government. Before the 228 massacre was broke out, the mood of the crowd, which had already been harboring many feelings of frustration from KMT rule, reached breaking point. The ROC garrison troops who came from mainland China were highly undisciplined, looting, stealing, and contributing to the overall breakdown of infrastructure and public services.


(Part2)Estimates of the number of deaths vary from ten thousand to thirty thousand or more. According to the New York Times on March 29, 1947, an American said, “Troops from China arrived at Taiwan on March 7 and indulged in three days of indiscriminate killing and looting. For a time everyone seen on the streets was shot at, homes were broken into and occupants killed. In the poorer sections the streets were said to have been littered with dead.


(Part3)There were instances of beheadings and mutilation of bodies, and women were raped.” This is the Chinese inherent characteristics. The Nanking Massacre might have been have caused by KMT soldiers. In fact, R.J Rummel claims that Chinese peasants often had no less to fear from their own soldiers than they did from the Japanese. Moreover, KMT soldiers in the Nanking castle in their mad rush to discard their military uniforms and put on civilian clothes.


(Part4)In a number of incidents, killed civilians to obtain their clothing in Nanking city in 1937 before the Japanese troops entered to the Nanking castle. James Espy, the vice American Council at Nanking, reported to the American Embassy. Go back to the 228 massacre story, Chen Yi, the ROC authorities, had jailed or killed all the leading Taiwanese organizers he could identify and catch.

「南京城内にいた中国国民党軍は1937年、日本軍が入城する前には大パニックに陥っていた。彼らはまるで泡食ったように、彼らの制服を脱ぎ捨て人民から衣服を奪うために、人殺しまでもが行われたのだ。」話を228事件に戻そう。Chen Yiは台湾で強奪やレイプを働いた軍の指揮官だった。彼は台湾関係機関により発見され、投獄されるか、死刑に処せられるかという立場だった。

(Part5)His troops executed between 3,000 and 4,000 people. Chen Yi was later quoted by TIME magazine in April 7, 1947 as saying: "It took the Japs 51 years to dominate this island. I expect to take about five years to re-educate the people so they will be happier with Chinese administration." This fact shows they were mind controlled by the Chinese government? The Nanking Massacre was a fake story. In fact, Chinese school kids have learned anti-Japanese education.



■(Part1)Chinese government created many Japanese testimonies after the WW2 finished intentionally. After WW2, many Japanese soldiers who were dispatched China returned to Japan temporarily. However, they were caught by Chinese government as criminals. Many Japanese were in Chinese jails after finished the WW2, and they were tortured by them. The Japanese were forced to write what they did in China. In short, they had to write false diary stories which were directed by the Chinese.


(Part2)Definitely, the Chinese government needed Japanese evidence about committing many massacres in China. After the Japanese wrote in the diary which shows Japanese raped many Chinese women and killed many civilians, they could be free and go back to Japan. From the perspective of psychology, if people are forced to write false stories for long time, the false stories could be true memories.


(Part3)The Chukiren is a group which composed Japanese soldiers that came back from China has told these stories. A confession obtained by asking leading questions or torture is not recognized by the courts. These days, the Chinese government has still used these false stories for diplomatic cards between Japan and China. However, the Japanese were smart because they wrote another troop name which never has stayed in China.



■(Part1)There were more than 100 Japanese news correspondents besides the troops, who entered Nanking city during the six weeks when the Chinese claim that the 'massacre' occurred. YAMAMOTO Osamu, the then correspondent of the Osaka Asahi Shimbun (Shanghai Branch Office) says, "I never witnessed nor heard of such a thing.”
(Part2)Also, MAEDA Yuji who was a correspondent of the Domei News agency said, I was totally shocked with the news about these crimes occurred within the Nanking city. All other Domei's correspondents who used to diligently cover inside the city in those days have never encountered any incidents of brutality that occurred after restoring the public order. If any unlawful things like that had happened, some of us or any correspondent must have caught that.


■(Part1)When the Japanese troops entered Nanking on December 13, 1937, more than 100 press reporters and photographers entered together with them. The press corps was not only from Japan, but also from European and American press organizations, including Reuters and AP. However, none of the press corps reported the occurrence of a massacre of 300,000 people. Paramount News (American newsreels) made films reporting the Japanese occupation in Nanking, but did not report the occurrence of a massacre.
(Part2)The British newspaper North China Daily News, which was published in China in English on December 24, 1937, eleven days after the Japanese occupation of Nanking, carried a photo taken in Nanking by their photographer. The photo was entitled "Japanese distribute gifts in Nanking." In the photo are Japanese soldiers distributing gifts, and Chinese adults and children receiving the gifts and rejoicing. Is this the scene of a massacre?



■(Part1)Recently, a Chinese American named Iris Chang wrote a book entitled, The Rape of Nanking. It tells about the brutal massacre by the Japanese in Nanking. It became a bestseller in the USA and other countries, and spread the lie of the Nanking Massacre. Later, Chang’s book was much criticized by many other authors.
(Part2)It has been pointed out that what she wrote and the photos in her book were not related to the so-called Nanking Massacre. She shot herself by pistol and died in 2004. The London Economist magazine commented that she had committed suicide perhaps because her book was much criticized and she was deeply depressed about it.





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