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Case ([personal profile] case) wrote in [community profile] fandomsecrets2017-03-15 06:40 pm

[ SECRET POST #3724 ]


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(Anonymous) 2017-03-16 12:40 pm (UTC)(link)
Do you think Holocaust denial is terrible shit?

What do you think of the fact that Japan, today, is still refusing to admit the Rape of Nanking was as bad as it really was, and their tally of civilian deaths and war crimes that happened there is 1/3 lower than the rest of the world's?

Relations between Japan and China have been complicated as a result, as denial of the massacre is seen as part of an overall unwillingness on Japan's part to admit and apologize for its aggression, or a perceived insensitivity regarding the killings.[1] Estimates of the death toll vary widely, ranging from 40,000 to over 300,000.[2][3] Some scholars, notably the revisionists in Japan, have contended that the actual death toll is far lower, or even that the event was entirely fabricated and never occurred at all.[4][5] These revisionist accounts of the killings have become a staple of Japanese nationalist discourse.[6]

In Japan, only a small but vocal minority deny the atrocity outright.[6][7] Some Japanese journalists and social scientists, such as Tomio Hora and Katsuichi Honda, have played prominent roles in countering revisionist historiography, in the decades since the killings. Nonetheless, denialist accounts, such as those of Shūdō Higashinakano, have often created controversy in the global media, particularly in China and other East Asian nations.[6][8] Coverage of the massacre in Japanese school textbooks also troubles Sino-Japanese relations, as in some textbooks, the massacre is usually only briefly mentioned.[9]


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanking_Massacre_denial

If you think events and issues started by WWII are all over because it's been 80 years, you sound very very teenage.
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[personal profile] litalex 2017-03-16 05:28 pm (UTC)(link)
And let's not forget that the more recent Japanese prime ministers are still going to or donating to the Yasukuni Shrine, which honours Japanese war criminals from WWII.