APPENDIX IV. JAPAN IN CHINA What exactly Japan did in China? To answer this question, we first need to thorough dissect Chiang Kai-shek. Then we need to understand what Japan did not do first, before homing in on what Japan did, that were either harmful or beneficial to China. Chiang Kai-shek was a Japanese military officer whose commission had never been discharged. His second, adopted son was even born of a Japanese mother. After his final downfall in China, before he was chased out to Taiwan, his wife, Song Meilin, asked him to go to Europe instead of Taiwan, Chiang replied, "Any other place I would rather go, besides Taiwan, it's Japan." Even in Taiwan, the successor of the Chiang dynasty, designated by Chiang's son, Chiang Jing-guo, was a person who openly professed that he was Japanese at heart. We know Chiang was a die-hard anti-Communist. And after the Xian Mutiny, Chiang expand his hatred to the general Chinese population. So, unbelievable as it may be, as a Chinese leader, Chiang's hatred of his own Chinese people was only matched by his love for China's supposed enemy Japan and his subservient attitude toward America. And as to Chiang's relationship with America, it's a criminal pact between two misfits. Chiang was ready to sell out China in any way if the price was right, while America tried to "fool all the people, all the time". America's unquenchable appetite to colonize Asia compelled America to buy favors from someone who consorted with America's deadly enemy Japan. Also there was this odd couple in Chiang and wife, Song Meiling, in their triangle Sino-America love-hate affair. Chiang cheated America in military collaboration. Song cheated Chiang by having an affair with an America Republican Presidential candidate. America loved Song for being anti-Asia but detested Chiang for underhand dealing with Japan. So, this relation of zero loyalty from Chiang's side and negative trust from America's side, mixed in by the relation of Chiang's hatred for China and love for Japan, resulted in many forgeries and fabrications, with a final loss-loss-loss end for all three countries involved. The reason for this disastrous ending was because Chiang, in his effort to satisfy his vengefulness, sacrificed the interests and harmed the images of both of his partners in crime, along with record-breaking number of dead Asians both in China and Japan. This perfect storm of confused relations opened a floodgate of propaganda and distortion. And the victim is history. Today, all three nations' leaders are trying to enforcing censorship on truths. America, especially, sealed most lies with two abombs, and occasionally threatening with both overt and covert military, monetary and political actions. With the current accelerated arms race on going in Asia, no one wanted to look at its cause, which is the distorted history. We， thus, are heading straight into WWIII. Our history revision effort here is aimed at preventing WWIII by diverting the war of bullets to war of words. So, obviously we need to start from a peace perspective. And we need to use reverse logic -- proceed from effects to causes，to break through a lot of ironclad lies. For starters, you win the war, so you are more savage than the other guy. And being the victor, you must have lied more, etc. If you don't like it, go wait for WWIII. Before discussing what Japan did in China, let's first get, what Japan did not do, out of the way. Let's start with the death knot of Sino-Japan relation, the Nanking Massacre. As described in Appendix I. Nanking Massacre by Chiang Kai-shek, Nanking Massacre was mainly a vengeance by Chiang for the humiliation he suffered one anniversary ago at the Xian Mutiny. Business-wise, he fabricated the Nanking Massacre photo album for Hollywood to make an award-winning documentary to smear Japan ahead of the real war. The upshot here is: Japan didn't do it! Most killings were by Chinese troops doing them unto to themselves during the frantic retreat, and by secret contract killings by Japanese special execution squads, both caused by orders from Chiang. If there is any more doubters out there, let me alert them that we have not yet seen the full testimony of the Nanking Defense Commanding General Tang, even though most of you have already been lied to by Chiang that General Tang was shot for desertion. Well, in actuality, General Tang was rescued by the Communists and lived to an old age as a high official. The second crime of Japan's invading China, as charted by Prime Minister Tanaka, in his plan, the Tanaka Memorial, was also something that didn't happen. The Tanaka Memorial was a forgery, probably of Russian origin. And Japanese troops were sent to China and everywhere else in Asia to either chase the Western colonists out of Asia or to prevent Western arms from shipping in. The Tanaka Memorial was a masterpiece of propaganda for dividing and conquering Asia by the Western colonists. It did caused a lot of mutual killings between Japan and China. But the blood debts should be owed by the West. Third, and the greatest, tragic event that Japan did not do was the Yellow River Flood of 1938. But prior and during WWII, Chinese were told that Japan did it, until Mao came along and exposed the lie only after the damage was done. Later, Chiang Kai-shek's men were finally forced to confess that this "lie" was to make "Chinese people hate Japanese." Yes! Although Japan didn't do much, but America and its Chinese puppet sure have done a lot -- to make "Chinese people hate Japanese!" Japan still maintains the Sino-Japan War was just a "China Incident". China called it "Resisting Japan" war. But, regardless of how many senseless lives have been wasted, it should be called a war to "Resist Asia and Aid the West". Let's proceed to see what Japan did in China, starting with some comparison of history between Japan and China. Around 1850's, China had a bad experience in her encounters with the West. An indigenous Christian Crusade sandwiched in by two Opium Wars almost ended China her 5000 years' run as the head of household of the world. The ruling Qing Dynasty gallantly rejected Westernization with her last breathe. But the pro-Western warlords' were eager to Westernize by selling China out to the West. Two suicidal attempts to resist the West by indigenous forces were the Boxer Rebels and the peasant liberation army of Mao Zedong. The Boxers were only able to keep China from being cut up by the West. And Mao's force escaped extermination in the arduous Long March by finding sanctuary in the Japan-occupied territory. Then Mao was able to buy some time when a mutiny in the traitor government of Chiang Kai-shek occurred in the city of Xian. Finally, it was the culture of Asian unification, the tradition of peasant liberation and some upgrading of weapons by the surrendering Japanese that propelled Mao to liberate China, North Korea and Vietnam. And the little white ping pong ball knocked down America's nuke fence around China to start China off on a path back to her past greatness. But all of the above mentioned events would be futile, if not for Mao's mission impossible of pulling China out of the century-old opium holocaust. History's neglect on this topic is why history itself is now being put on trial for leading future generations astray -- directly into WWIII. In Japan, Emperor Meiji went for the best of both worlds -- Eastern culture and Western militarism. However, Western militarism accompanied by industrialization forced Asian culture and tradition to take backseats. Japan retreated into the Western jungle of strong eating the weak. Still, Japan used her newly gained military might to preserve China into the Manchuguo, the Mongolian Government and the Nanking Government of Wang Jing-wei. This prepared the preconditions for Mao to eventually reunify the separated governments into one China, while losing much territory that Japan was unable to seize back from the Russians. And during the war, Japan blockaded American arms shipments from entering China into the hands of the pro-West puppet government of Chiang Kai-shek. And after the war, as if it's hard to understand by Westerners and Chinese alike, Japan naturally passed the baton of Asia liberation to Mao in the form of military technologies, especially in areas of artilleries and flying. A better equipped Mao by the Japanese shocked Chiang to seek shelter in Taiwan, as well as ended America's winning streak of wars since its founding, in Vietnam. At this point of our history retelling, it should be asked why Japan could not accomplish what Mao did? Mao was smeared even worse by Chiang as "Commie Bandits", than Japan was by America and its puppets, as invaders. Also Japan was far more superior than Mao in weaponry. Well, Japan slipped up big time in unifying Asia with her mishandling of the opium holocaust in China. Japan's allowing opium trafficking in Asian mainland, but not at home, differentiated Japan from Mao and weakened Japan's ability to unify with China and Asia. Also, Japan did not heed the lesson of the Manchu Monarch family, who used culture to conquer and rule China. Japan made Asian culture to take a backseat to Western militarism. This left Japan with the only option of passing the baton of Asia liberation to Mao after losing to America due to population depletion in Japan's small homeland islands. Now here again, we see Mao was a born winner. He took Japan's population depletion as a measure of the extreme savagery by Americans that he asked the Chinese moms to give birth faster than America could kill. Although it's easy now for us to say this was no need, therefore, a wrong policy by a tyrant. People today in China are still crying about the tremendous suffering during the Culture Revolution when Mao insisted the America's were coming down with their nukes on China. Yeah, the hindsight is very accurate. But the most accurate of it all is Mao won. In case some Asians still find it hard to part with their view that China and Japan are two entirely different species of Asians, in that they could not unite to repel the West, let me finish the comparison with how they have been treated by the West. The Manchus of China's Qing Dynasty fought against opium but failed, because of refusing to accept Westernization. Japan, on the other hand, sacrificed her conscience for financial gains through opium trafficking in China. Unlike the Manchus, Japan tripped herself up by not observing the moral aspect of Asian culture. But Mao Zedong succeeded and was able to liberate China, along with North Korea and Vietnam, while many people even accuse Mao of anti-Confucius. Why? Actually Mao had a higher morality standard than all other moralists. This standard was important to do the mission impossible of beating back the immoral Western barbarians. This morality is: "We Chinese would rather starve to death, than be pissed off to death!" That's how he used the exhaustively suffering and spiritually terroristic Culture Revolution to scare America from nuking China, also won the Korea War with much inferior weapons, endured the famine during the Great Leap Forward and the Taiwan Strait War, in which nuke cannons might have been used by America, and won the Vietnam War. And now, how about the Christians in both China and Japan? The apocalyptic total wars of China's internal genocidal Christian Crusade of the Taiping Rebellion also had a parallel in Japan's Shimabara Rebellion, in which Japan exterminated her Christian population. Interestingly, the number of Christians wiped out in the Shimabara Rebellion around Nagasaki was almost identical to the 39,000 who died from the Nagasaki atomic bomb. And it was by an all-Christian bombing crew. However, what does Japan think of China? The following two Japanese people who have a lot to do with China can give us an Asian perspective: ASIANISM ADVOCATOR, ISHIHARA YOSHIYA: Asianism is a unity of the three countries of East Asia, China, Japan, and Korea, and together they should resist the invasion of Western white power. Ishihara not only believed in Asianism, but also believed in Buddhism. He thought the contestants in the "Final War", could be only the United States and the East Asian Allies, centered around the Japanese emperor. "The war will determine whether the Asian 'rule of culture' ,or the Western 'bullying way', can dominate the world." The main point of Ishihara's overall strategy was that in East Asia, the historical leader, China, was no longer able to lead the yellow race in East Asia to defeat the white race. Therefore, Japan's historical mission now is to shoulder this responsibility in East Asia by becoming the leader of East Asia, and lead East Asia countries, in integrating its resources, and finally making a decisive battle against the representatives of the West, the United States. Ishihara even tried to persuade the Japanese to give up Japanese citizenship, and join the Five-Race United Manchukuo. This is pretty much the core of Japan's Greater East Asia Strategy. Japanese class-A war criminal, Kenji Doihara: Dokihara worked hard in Beijing to study Chinese culture. Doihara was Japan's "China old hand". He has read the Chinese Classic novels, "Three Kingdoms" and "Outlaws of the Marsh", and would speak a variety of dialects. Therefore, he was familiar with Chinese national characteristics. Thus, he was a man of integrity and righteousness. Doihara was also known by people as a man of his words and always keep his commitment. When he was the mayor of Shenyang, China, his expenses in running the city were reimbursed out of his own pockets, and he was oblivious to repay the money from his salary month to month. As a result, Doihara could only live with his whole family for a long time in a small house with only two rooms. In addition, when Doihara interacted with people, their impression of him was usually affable, with the special rusticity of the native folks. Among many Chinese politicians, with whom he came into contact, there was a saying that "Doihara does not lie". Dohihara and Lu Yan Xishan, a powerful warlord, were classmates at Lu Da University. When Dohihara returned to China, he shuttled amidst the warlords, putting together the so-called "Great Northern League" against Chiang Kai-shek and Zhang Xueliang, who were on the side of America. Dohihara put forward a plan to establish a Manchuria-Mongolian Republic. Regarding the head of the new nation, he proposed the former Qing Xuantong Emperor Puyi. In October 1935, Doihara pushed for a North China Autonomous Movement. However, the first on the list of war criminals submitted by the Chinese government to the International Military Tribunal for the Far East after the war was Doihara. How could such a self-sacrificing person become a war criminal? You see, if he didn't die, Chiang Kai-shek's dirty laundries could not be kept secret. It is said that during the entire trial, the only remark made by Kenji Doihara was: "No appeal." Now, the secrets are safe. Chinese military feared Dohihara like lambs fear tigers. It is said that Chiang Kai-shek was very disgusted with Doihara, calling him a "bandit",(the same way he called Mao), and he was put at the top of the list of war criminals, being personally ordered by Chiang Kai-shek. Doihara is the father of so-called "Han traitors"。 Finally, the Jews of the world are not known for being absent in big events of the world. Here they were in the life and death of Asia. A 1920's quote from Einstein on page 25 of the book, THEORETICAL MODERN HISTORY III by Seiji Fujii, owner of the APA Hotel chain in Japan: Albert Einstein said, "The way to being a world-leading power is not military force or money; a nation must have a longer history than all other countries and the world's oldest, most precious pedigree. World culture began in Asia and will return to Asia. Japan must be the peak of Asia. We are thankful to God for creating the country of Japan for the human race." Any Chinese would swear that Einstein was talking about China. Well China is not too far off. As another even more famous, also much larger scale Jew, Karl Marx, could very well have the same opinion about China. Well, the smart Jews have the ability to think something, but do something entirely different -- to kind of protecting their own "God-chosen" status. Guess that's how China got the opium and Japan got the abombs.