The Japanese rightist

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

What Japan did in WWII - (epilogue)

So what did Japan do to its colonies until the end of WWII?

Indonesia:
I've heard one story from an old Japanese man from Indonesia. He is not Japanese any more, and decided to live until his futhre death in Indonesia since his marriage to an Indonesian woman. He remembers the time when it was under Japanese rule.
According to his story, some of Japanese soldiers or cops (Kenpei) were disliked by Indonesian due to arrogant attitude; at that time, soldiers were highly ranked and it was common to salute soldiers when even passing by. On the other hand, he did a love marriage to the Indonesian woman, that shows there were some other cases where they got along together. More or less, Japanese looked Indonesian as human being, and that is why conflicts possibly happend.
When ruled by Holland until 1941, Indonesian life was rather separated from that of Dutch settlers. It's up to you whether you think of it as discrimination or the way of coexistence. The rule of Holland over Indonesia is complicated, too. I thought the time was like a hell and the people must had been heavily exploited. But it turns out the population of the Indonesia under Holland increased with the policy of VOC(Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie) and it's not simple either.
We also have to think about East Timor. From their perspective, Indonesia was the one that oppressed the movement of East Timor for their independence.

Korea:
You know that there was a killingfield in Chejudo from 1948 to 1949 by Korean government to suppress their independence movement? The victim was several tens of thousands. If Chejudo were to succeeded in independence, they would have been pursuing Seoul's criminal responsibility. What would Korean say to them then? "We modernized them and made them peaceful now." And Korean would suddenly notice the excuse they used was exactly same as Japanese when they justify themselves. Japan abolished harsh discrimination rampanting in Kin's dynasty, enhanced average lifetime from 24 in 1910 to 45 in 1942. Korean chose to lose their independence for their secured life. Think about executing independence war aginast Japan while being threaten by Russia at the beggining of 20c. I think Korean at that time was realistic.
I also know a lot of Japanese dark side in Korean peninsula, but I found it questionable that no one points out the facts stated above and everyone tends to accuse Japan with only one-sided history. Let's think both and make a moderate decision.

Palau:
I know that Palau supported Japan in WWII. The flag of Palau was originated from Japan's flag. I'm not bragging, but it's sad that a wrong propaganda that Imperial Japan did a huge atrocities in all Asia. At least Palau's people didn't think so.


China:
The TV coverage crew flew to China to report the same way, but the Department of public safety of China told them that it was subject to a censorship no matter what they film. This is why this TV program doesn't cover the series of China.




Links to the whole contents of "What Japan did in WWII":
What Japan did in WWII - Malaysia (prologue)
What Japan did in WWII - UK
What Japan did in WWII - Myanmar
What Japan did in WWII - Indonesia
What Japan did in WWII - Taiwan
What Japan did in WWII - Palau
What Japan did in WWII - Korea
What Japan did in WWII - Thailand
What Japan did in WWII - (epilogue)


6 Comments:

At 1/15/2006 04:57:00 AM , Blogger OORANOS said...

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At 5/24/2006 06:02:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

That was a nicely put post. Do you have an interview of the Japanese soldier who moved to Indonesia. Original documents and conversations always help put the perfect shine on any work.

"Raise the Yamato"

 
At 8/16/2006 09:59:00 PM , Blogger mintyfresh2 said...

So didn't the TV show say anything at all about Japanese attacking Australia in WW2?

 
At 8/23/2006 08:48:00 PM , Blogger yellowpeep said...

No, I'm sorry. They didn't cover Australia.

I know Japan did nasty things to Australia and vice versa. Australia was an enemy to Japan.

 
At 7/25/2009 05:07:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Guess what,


I usually clean my shithole with Japanese people`s faces!


Every time I remove excrements from my shithole, I remove it with Japanese people`s faces instead of toilet papers.

Since toilet papers are so expensive nowadays, I utilize Japanese people`s faces to wipe out my shithole.

After I wipe out my shithole, I flush them down in the toilet bowl.
Every time I flush a Japanese in the toilet bopw, he/she barks like crazy dog.

So far, I flushed 1,211,123 Japanese people in the toilet bowl.

Anyways, I saved a lot of money cleaning my shithole with Japanese people's faces instead of toilet papers.

 
At 9/24/2009 08:57:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

More or less, Japanese looked Indonesian as human being, and that is why conflicts possibly happend.

The logic here is seriously flawed, and I am not selecting a sound bite here, because this is all you have to say on the matter. Although I encourage you to continue to study English, in the meantime, please avoid issues which are too deep for such superficial analysis.

Especially when the Japanese would rape the women by the (makeshift) "hotel" room, waiting in line, soldier by soldier, for the same dirtied woman who must have been at the height of her horrors of horrors.

NEVER FORGET BATAAN.

ameerman@hotmail.com

 

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