Just when I thought that I had thoroughly dealt with all 
the loopholes in Chiang Kai-shek's conspiracies, his 
biggest conspiracy leaked out in a huge hole from the 
few small loopholes that he missed.
Chiang's first conspiracy was to personally make a 
decision to hang the seven highest, and highly 
respected, Japanese officers. And he designated the 
first to be hanged among them must be that most 
respected officer in the minds of the Chinese --Kenji 
Doihara. While, on the other hand, during the entire 
trial of Japan, Chiang was extremely lenient with other 
Japanese soldiers. What the hell was going on?
There are also many large-scale massacres that even 
those high-ranking Japanese officers did not know until 
the trial. Plus, they have no idea which officers under 
their command committed the massacres that actually 
was in violation of the Japanese military regulations. 
For instance, in the Topedo Camp Massacre during the 
Nanking Massacre event, it was made known to the top 
generals only when several Chinese survivors suddenly 
emerged out of blue during the trial.
Even with regard to the already incredibly horrifying 
Nanking Massacre, some of the most scary photos were 
only kept in secret by Chiang Kai-shek in his own private 
collection, as they were later used to shock the then 
Japanese ambassador to Taiwan,to such an extent that 
it gave him a mentally breakdown. At that time, Japan 
broke off diplomatic relations with Taiwan because of 
the China.
In the end, what made Chiang Kai-shek so confident 
that he had eliminated the defending General Tang of 
Nanking City, that he boldly announced it in the 
newspaper, and even the Japanese author who wrote 
the first Nanking Massacre book told the world in his 
book that General Tang was a deserter, later ordered by 
Chiang to be shot by a firing squad. But the fact is that 
Tang was only ordered by Chiang to flee Nanking when 
there was no escape routes available, but in the end he 
was rescued secretly of the communists.
If we recall in the Torpedo Camp massacre, the Chinese 
generals and soldiers who were arrested and being lied 
to that some boats would come to take them to safety, 
then only afterwards, Japanese soldiers sneakily and 
thoroughly slaughtered them all. This must be arranged 
by Chiang as an iron-clad plan to get rid of General Tang, 
just like the many times Chiang Kai-shek tried to kill 
Mao Zedong and Wang Jingwei, and was fully convinced 
it would be successful, but it didn't.
All the above incidents were schemed up by Chiang 
himself alone, and at a time when it was fitting, he 
would either act out the plan or reveal the information 
accordingly. As for each incident by itself, it seemed 
that Chiang is only doing his job. But together, a huge 
conspiracy surfaced.
That is, Chiang Kai-shek was, secretively behind the 
scene, in both guiding and obstructing, the Japanese 
military actions! 
In a word, Chiang has guided and assisted many bad 
things that the Japanese army did in China, and hinders 
many good things that the Japanese army wanted to do 
for China and Asia. .
Because Chiang himself was once only a subordinate 
Japanese military officer, therefore he knew and 
contacted only the low level Japanese officers in China, 
and, even some times, they were fake Japanese soldiers 
impersonated by Chiang's own men, just as Japanese 
photo experts have found out in many fake 
Conclusion: Chiang has directed the lower level 
Japanese officers to do bad things!
From the writings and carry ons of Japanese high-level 
officers, their efforts in China were to liberate the 
Chinese people, same as Wang Jingwei and Mao Zedong 
tried to do. Thus, Chiang hated these officers as much 
as he hated Wang and Mao, because they have always 
sung an opposite tune as Chiang. They wanted to 
establish Sino-Japanese friendship, instead of, like 
Chiang, having been bought out by America, to help 
American to make the Chinese hate the Japanese.
The eight-year "Resisting-Japan War" gave Chiang 
Kai-shek ample opportunity to make almost all Chinese 
people hate the Japanese all the way till today. Those 
unfortunate top-level Japanese generals were finally 
been caught up by Chiang Kai-shek with his hangman's 
nooses in the trial and their subsequent execution. 
Chiang must not let their field experiences be revealed 
to the public.
Conclusion: Chiang has hindered the top-level Japanese 
generals to do good things!
Lastly, the above conclusions can be completely nailed 
down shut. After Japan surrendered, Chiang ordered 
Japan's northeastern army to continue to help him fight 
Mao Zedong's Liberation Army. However, Japan refused, 
because they were not Chiang's subordinate Japanese 
officers. On the contrary, they helped Mao to beat 
Chiang in the civil war, because it was the standard 
practice of Japanese top-level officers. This time our 
ultimate proof was the final victory by Mao and China.
Overall Conclusion: Mao Zedong and Japan saved China. 
Chiang Kai-shek ruined Japan and brought Asia's worst 
enemy, America, into Asia until today.
World-Wide Conclusion: America has become the bully 
of the world. Helping America reach this pinnacle of 
hostile dominance over Asia were two proxy wars. One 
was the fierce and deadly war between Russia and 
Germany. The other was the opposite-to-the-facts Asian 
history that has been putting the whole world in utter 
bewilderment by Chiang Kai-shek's endless loopholes of