その質問は中国のプロパガンダの有効性を証明するものでもあります。日本は現在の中国政府（CCP）と”一度も”戦争していません、現在、台湾にある政府（KMT）とのみ戦いました。先に述べたようにCCPはKMTと戦うために毛沢東のもとで何度も日本を手助けしました。Phillip K. Jowettが指摘したように、1930年代から1940年代の中国本土が混乱していたときに、のべ600万人の中国人が直接的に旧日本軍の指揮下に入るか、あるいは日本軍の仲間となりました。
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he was in "deep sorrow" at the death of Thailand's King Bhumibol Aduyadej, and remembered him as a gentle person.
"On behalf of the government of Japan and its people, I express my sincerest condolences," Abe said in a message released following the king's death Thursday. "I remember King Bhumibol as a highly gifted and gentle person."
He praised the king for his contribution in lifting Thailand's economy.
"As a spiritual support for the people, His Majesty has led Thailand's remarkable development and advancement of the people's living standard," Abe said.
Japan's Emperor Akihito visited Thailand in 1991 in his first trip abroad after ascending to the throne.
"The king's great contribution in deepening friendship between Japan and Thailand will be remembered by all Japanese people," he said.
Film: Beyond Glory, by Stephen Lang, with Gary Sinise
Just had a 40 minute phone conversation with Stephen. The movie is so great that I wanted to talk with him. Stephen portrays US Medal of Honor recipients. He talked for some time about the Japanese-American 442nd Regimental Combat Team. (Most decorated unit for its size in US history...think about that for a minute.)
It is clear that Stephen has a love for our military.
We also talked about the movie Avatar, in which he plays the colonel who was chief of security who was killed by the arrows. He said more Avatar movies are on the way, and the colonel will be resurrected. (Not a spoiler -- he said this has been published.)
Stephan has played in many dozens of movies, including Tombstone and Gettysburg.
Side note: I mentioned to Stephen what is going on with the Comfort Women fiction and the information war directed at Japan and the USA.
"Fearful Syrians mull departure from eastern Germany"
"Home to far-right PEGIDA movement, the state of Saxony has seen wave of anti-migrant protests, attacks on refugees"
Thanks to Merkel -- and all the naive people who held up the WELCOME TO OUR AQUARIUM signs, and then complained the countries like Poland were not taking their "fair share." But you see...Poland and Japan are not having these problems, because they did not take their "fair share." I am amazed at how smart yet how naive many Germans are about this. I talk with Germans all the time, and nearly all the young ones thought/think it was important to fling up the doors with open arms.
I strongly believe we should help the Syrians. There are many good Syrians -- but help can happen in many ways, and does not have to include citizenship, and should come with the expectation that after the war, they are going home unless they have been approved to stay. Of course many of the "refugees" are not even from Syria and are not coming from wars -- but are economic migrants, or in scattered cases even terrorists.
Japan and Thailand under attack by Amnesty International
Amnesty is now accusing the current Thai government of committing torture. Frankly, I do not believe it. Anything is possible, but I just do not believe it without evidence. Reports from Amnesty are notoriously lopsided. For instance their constant attacks on Israel when the problem at hand is obvious. I am not Israeli or Jewish, but know injustice when I see it.
Earlier this year I was in Korea researching the information war and "comfort women" prostitute issue. Seoul is loaded with prostitutes, some are obviously in their 70s and still active. But Amnesty is there focused on Israel and Japan. During my research I found them protesting against WWII Japan in an obvious money-grabbing scam on the comfort women issue.
Korea was my 11th and final country researching the comfort women/infowar issue. I can now talk about it at expert level. It is all a farce. My longtime readers know that when I say something like this, I already know the answer and it will eventually prove accurate. I do not risk my reputation by going out on limbs -- it is an infowar/business, and I know this from hard work doing the research.
Now they are attacking Thailand. Japanese and Israelis who have withstood Amnesty attacks know how this goes. Amnesty picks the side that is most moral, and attacks it.
Nothing Amnesty says will ever persuade me. It must come from more reliable sources.
I made these photos this year in Seoul, not far from the prostitute statue. I felt bad seeing these young people involved. I should have invited them to lunch to get the opportunity to offer my findings and put it in the backs of their minds. They probably have no idea that they are being duped as part of a much larger operation.
On the credibility scale from 1-10, with 10 being highest credibility, I would put Amnesty at about 2.