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日本の皆様へ

2012年12月13日、トロント市が南京虐殺75周年の宣言を行いました。ロブ・フォード市長は宣言を出すことに反対でしたが、リベラル左派議員の執拗な働きかけにより同意をしてしまいました。
今年も12月13日がもうすぐやってきます。昨年と同様の宣言がまた今年も出され今後12月13日が南京虐殺記念日(Nanking Recognition Day)として固定化されるのは何としても阻止しなければなりません。そのため、日本の皆様のご協力がぜひとも必要です。
今回、トロント市会議員、トロント市役所、カナダのメディア向けにサンプルレターを3種類用意いたしました。レターはこのままで、または内容を各自変更してお使いください。皆様のご協力をお願い申し上げます。

日本の名誉を護る在カナダ邦人の会 代表 はすみ都志子
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<参考サイト>
トロント市議会「南京記念日宣言」議案の議事録(November 27, 2012)
http://app.toronto.ca/tmmis/viewAgendaItemHistory.do?item=2012.MM28.25
http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2012/mm/bgrd/backgroundfile-52548.pdf

市長が宣言に同意した時のニュース記事National Post(November 28, 2012)
Rob Ford reverses position to vote for motion recognizing 75th anniversary of Nanking massacre
http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/11/28/rob-ford-reverses-position-to-vote-for-motion-recognizing-75th-anniversary-of-nanking-massacre/

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【1】市議宛のメッセージ 宛先・件名・文案
<宛先>
郵送先
市長
Mayor Rob Ford
Office of the Mayor
Toronto City Hall, 2nd Floor
100 Queen Street West, Toronto ON
M5H 2N2 CANADA

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Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly
Toronto City Hall
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Toronto ON
M5H 2N2 CANADA

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<件名例>
・A message from Japan
・The Proclamation by Toronto City Council Regarding the Anniversary of the Nanking Incident
・Controversial issue between Japan and China

<本文例>

I hope this email finds you well.

I am writing this letter as a Japanese citizen.

I have learned that the Toronto City Council issued a proclamation on December 13, 2012 regarding the 75th anniversary of the Nanking incident. The Council issued this proclamation despite its own protocol not to get involved in third country affairs.

I demand that Toronto City Council take the following two actions:

1.      Rescind the Toronto City Council’s proclamation of December 13, 2012 regarding the 75th Anniversary of the Nanking Incident.

2.      In future have Toronto City Council keep their protocol and ignore demands regarding third countries.

There is an internet petition requesting that Council rescind the proclamation signed by over 7,000 people so far. Please visit:  http://goo.gl/SWLcb

I know there is an anti-Japan organization in Toronto which is called ‘Toronto Association for Learning and Preserving the History of WWII in Asia (ALPHA)‘.  Kristyn Wong-Tam and Olivia Chow have been acting on its wishes.

There is clear evidence that allegations made by Toronto ALPHA are not true.

I am not a historical revisionist, but I would have to say that the photo exhibition about the so-called Nanking Massacre and comfort women which was held at the Toronto City Hall rotunda from Nov 27th to Dec 2nd, 2012 with photos from Toronto ALPHA was a fraud.

Please let me explain why the photo exhibition held in 2012 is unacceptable. The website, http://www.japantruth.org/  has been created to show some of the photos used at the exhibition in the City Hall.

First, I would like to emphasize “Example 1” which is shown in  http://www.japantruth.org/ . Toronto ALPHA claims that the photo shows a Nanking rape victim with a Japanese soldier. The website explains in detail that this photo was published in a number of different Chinese publications with various captions and different explanations as to where the photo came from. The website also provides an expanded view, showing that the version of the photo used by Toronto ALPHA has been cropped and altered.

The photo has been cropped to direct viewers’ attention to the woman and what appears to be a Japanese soldier. The man on the right, who appears to be in Chinese clothing, has been mostly cut out. The background has also been altered with the blacked-out area in the earlier copy of the photo whitened. The significance of that alteration is explained on the website.

Example 2” in the website shows an elderly man holding a child’s body in his arms which was supposedly photographed after the ‘massacre’.

The website has a copy of the original version of the photo. Again, the original version is much larger showing other figures in it. The version used by Toronto ALPHA is cropped to show only the elderly man and the child.

The website also goes on to explain that the original version of this photo appeared in the January 10, 1938 issue of ‘Life’ magazine. The caption says that the child was mortally injured by a Japanese bomb, not by soldiers. The caption also says that the photo was taken on December 6, 1937. The Japanese army entered Nanking on December 13, 1937.

That means that Toronto ALPHA has purposely and falsely used it as a photo taken during or immediately after the alleged Nanking massacre.

These are just two examples of how Toronto Alpha has made misleading and false use of photos to try to support their claim that the ‘Nanking Massacre’ occurred.

These photos are evidence of nothing. The same can be said for the other photos in Toronto ALPHA’s exhibits. Among all the photos displayed in the exhibits, there is no photo showing a massacre taking place despite the fact that there were two American newspaper reporters present in Nanking at the time.

Two American reporters, Archibald Steele of the Chicago Daily News and Frank Tillman Durdin of the New York Times, remained in Nanking until Dec 15, 1937. They reported to the world the first news about the invasion of Nanking. However they did not take any photos of in the middle of the battle for the city.

It should be noted that the two reporters had a deep relationship with the Chinese Nationalist Party. Documents found in Taiwan archives and autobiographies of some Nationalist leaders show that the Nationalist government promoted relationships with Archibald Steele and Frank Tillman Durdin, as well as other western journalists for propaganda purposes.

If you would like to know more details about Nationalist propaganda plans, please go to: http://www.sdh-fact.com/CL02_1/27_S4.pdf

Now please allow me to comment on the so-called comfort women.  According to Toronto ALPHA’s exhibit, a comfort woman was a woman forced into “sexual slavery” by the Japanese army during World War II. It is alleged that this was a common and widespread practice.

In fact, the US forces captured and interrogated a number of comfort women.  According to a report written in 1944 (ten months before the War’s end) by the U.S. Army, “comfort girls” were simply prostitutes or “professional camp followers” attached to the Japanese Army for the benefit of the soldiers. They were well paid and enjoyed many activities with the Japanese soldiers – circumstances one would not associate with “sex slaves.” That report is available in the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

http://nadesiko-action.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Japanese-Prisoner-of-War-Interrogation.pdf

Admittedly one of the women noted in the Toronto ALPHA exhibit, Ms. Jan Ruff-O’Heme, was a real victim. In February 1944, 12 Japanese soldiers forced 35 ladies of the Netherlands to become comfort women. Since the Japanese army strictly prohibited Japanese soldiers from such violent behaviour, the command center of the Japanese army closed that comfort station as soon as the commanding officer, Colonel Kaoru Odajima found out about their plight.

Arrests were later made and that case was heard by a court-martial in the Netherlands in 1948. The 12 soldiers were found guilty and punished. One of them was executed as punishment. The government of Japan apologized to those women and a fund set up by the Japanese government had paid about $2,550,000 to those women by 2001.

It was very unfortunate that there were some women abused by the Japanese soldiers, such as Ms. Jan Ruff-O’Heme, but the evidence shows it was not a common or accepted practice.

Thank you for taking your time to read this long letter.

I would like to ask you to carefully review the proclamation of  December 13 as Nanking Recognition Day in 2012. I request that Toronto City Council will never vote for such proclamation without careful investigation.

Sincerely,
差出人名  (市、県、Japan)

 

・・・・・・・・・・・・・・

手紙の大意
トロント市が2012年12月13日を南京大虐殺追悼記念日と宣言してしまったことに関し、下記の二つを要求します。
1.南京宣言の撤回
2.トロント市が貴市の議定書に則って、今後第三国に関する要求を無視すること
貴市の南京宣言撤回のためのネット署名には7,000 以上の署名が集まっています。こちらをご覧ください。
トロント・アルファという反日組織で中国系市議たちが活動していることを知っています。
私は歴史修正主義者ではありませんが、トロント市役所で昨年行われた南京大虐殺と慰安婦の写真展は捏造です。それらの写真はトロント・アルファからのものです。同写真
(同写真展の内容が虚偽であることの証明)
中国が南京大虐殺の噓を作り、米国がそれを幇助しました。ですからこの問題は根が深いのです。
日本は憲法を米国により押し付けられており、その憲法により安全保障を米国に依存しなければなりません。ですから日本政府は米国に対し、自らの正当性をなかなか主張できません。
今後は貴市が議定書を守り、第三国に関する要求を拒否することを要請いたします。
中国の活動家がトロントの政治に介入しようとしているように見えます。

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【2】市役宛のメッセージ 宛先・件名・文案
<宛先>
郵送先
住所: City Clerk’s Office
Toronto City Hall, 13th floor West,
100 Queen Street West, Toronto ON
M5H 2N2 CANADA

E-Mailアドレス:
clerk@toronto.ca

<件名例>
・Exhibition of Fabricated Photos of Nanking

<本文例>

I hope this email finds you well.

I understand that the Toronto City Hall held a photo exhibition about the so-called Nanking Massacre and comfort women from Nov 27th to Dec 2nd, 2012 with photos provided by Toronto Association for Learning and Preserving the History of WWII in Asia (ALPHA).

I would like to inform you that these photos were a fraud.

Using fabricated photos in the exhibition in a public place is a serious problem. There was no way to assume that the City of Toronto verified these photos as authentic. The verification of photos requires a lot of efforts and time, so no one from the City Hall questioned authenticity of the photos. For this reason, I request that you give no permission to Toronto ALPHA to hold such a photo exhibition again in the future.

Please let me explain why the photo exhibition held in 2012 is unacceptable. The website, http://www.japantruth.org/  has been created to show some of the photos used at the exhibition in the City Hall.

First, I would like to emphasize “Example 1” which is shown in  http://www.japantruth.org/ . Toronto ALPHA claims that the photo shows a Nanking rape victim with a Japanese soldier. The website explains in detail that this photo was published in a number of different Chinese publications with various captions and different explanations as to where the photo came from. The website also provides an expanded view, showing that the version of the photo used by Toronto ALPHA has been cropped and altered.

The photo has been cropped to direct viewers’ attention to the woman and what appears to be a Japanese soldier. The man on the right, who appears to be in Chinese clothing, has been mostly cut out. The background has also been altered with the blacked-out area in the earlier copy of the photo whitened. The significance of that alteration is explained on the website.

Example 2” in the website shows an elderly man holding a child’s body in his arms which was supposedly photographed after the ‘massacre’.

The website has a copy of the original version of the photo. Again, the original version is much larger showing other figures in it. The version used by Toronto ALPHA is cropped to show only the elderly man and the child.

The website also goes on to explain that the original version of this photo appeared in the January 10, 1938 issue of ‘Life’ magazine. The caption says that the child was mortally injured by a Japanese bomb, not by soldiers. The caption also says that the photo was taken on December 6, 1937. The Japanese army entered Nanking on December 13, 1937.

That means that Toronto ALPHA has intentionally and falsely used it as a photo taken during or immediately after the alleged Nanking massacre.

These are just two examples of how Toronto ALPHA has made misleading and false use of photos to try to support their claim that the ‘Nanking Massacre’ occurred.

These photos are evidence of nothing. The same can be said for the other photos in Toronto ALPHA’s exhibits. Among all the photos displayed in the exhibits, there is no photo showing a massacre taking place despite the fact that there were two American newspaper reporters present in Nanking at the time.

Two American reporters, Archibald Steele of the Chicago Daily News and Frank Tillman Durdin of the New York Times, remained in Nanking until Dec. 15, 1937. They reported to the world the first news about the Japanese invasion of Nanking, but did not take any photos in the middle of the battle for the city.

It should be noted that the two reporters had a deep relationship with the Chinese Nationalist Party. Documents found in Taiwan archives and autobiographies of some Nationalist leaders show that the Nationalist government promoted relationships with Archibald Steele and Frank Tillman Durdin, as well as other western journalists for propaganda purposes.

If you would like to know more details about Nationalist propaganda plans, please go to:

http://www.sdh-fact.com/CL02_1/27_S4.pdf

Now please allow me to comment on the so-called comfort women.  According to Toronto ALPHA’s exhibit, a comfort woman was a woman forced into “sexual slavery” by the Japanese army during World War II. It is alleged that this was a common and widespread practice.

In fact, the US forces captured and interrogated a number of comfort women.  According to a report written in 1944 (ten months before the War’s end) by the U.S. Army, “comfort girls” were simply prostitutes or “professional camp followers” attached to the Japanese Army for the benefit of the soldiers. They were well paid and enjoyed many activities with the Japanese soldiers – circumstances one would not associate with “sex slaves.” That report is available in the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

http://nadesiko-action.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Japanese-Prisoner-of-War-Interrogation.pdf

Admittedly one of the women noted in the Toronto ALPHA exhibit, Ms. Jan Ruff-O’Heme, was a real victim. In February 1944, 12 Japanese soldiers forced 35 ladies of the Netherlands to become comfort women. Since the Japanese army strictly prohibited Japanese soldiers from such violent behaviour, the command center of the Japanese army closed that comfort station as soon as the commanding officer, Colonel Kaoru Odajima found out about their plight.

Arrests were later made and that case was heard by a court-martial in the Netherlands in 1948. The 12 soldiers were found guilty and punished. One of them was executed as punishment. The government of Japan apologized to those women and a fund set up by the Japanese government had paid about $2,550,000 to those women by 2001.

It was very unfortunate that there were some women abused by the Japanese soldiers, such as Ms. Jan Ruff-O’Heme, but the evidence shows it was not a common or accepted practice.

Thank you for taking your time to read this long letter.

I would like to ask you to carefully review the issues of the Nanking photo events and urge you to never give permission to Toronto ALPHA to hold the fake photo exhibition in the future.

Sincerely,

差出人名 (市、県、Japan)

・・・・・・・・・・

手紙の大意
私は歴史修正主義者ではありませんが、トロント市役所で昨年行われた南京大虐殺と慰安婦の写真展は捏造です。今後二度と同写真の開催を許可しないでください。
(同写真展の内容が虚偽であることの証明)

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【3】マスコミ宛のメッセージ 宛先・件名・文案
日本の皆様へ
以下の手紙はカナダのメディア宛に送る手紙のサンプルです。青字の内容はトロント市役所に送った内容と同じです。カナダのメディアへはこのような手紙を送っていると説明をして送っていただければ問題ないと思います。2012年の宣言は2、3の新聞が報道したのみですべてのメディアが取り上げたわけではありません。もしカナダのメディアにメールを送るとき下記のサンプルレターを参考にしていただけましたら幸いです。もちろんご自由に修正しくださって問題ありません。皆様のご協力をお願い申し上げます。

日本の名誉を守る在カナダ邦人の会 代表 はすみ都志子
連絡先 hasumitoshiko@gmail.com

 

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<件名例>
・Exhibition of Fabricated Photos of Nanking

<本文例>

I am writing this letter from Japan because I would like you to know that many Japanese are concerned about the last year’s photo exhibition about the Nanking massacre/comfort women as well as the Nanking Recognition Day on December 13, 2012. I include the following letter which was sent to the City of Toronto.

—-Letter sent to the City of Toronto——————-
I hope this email finds you well.
I understand that the Toronto City Hall held a photo exhibition about the so-called Nanking Massacre and comfort women from Nov 27th to Dec 2nd, 2012 with photos provided by the Toronto Association for Learning and Preserving the History of WWII in Asia (ALPHA).
I would like to inform you that these photos were a fraud.

Using fabricated photos in the exhibition in a public place is a serious problem. There was no way to assume that the City of Toronto verified these photos as authentic. The verification of photos requires a lot of efforts and time, so no one from the City Hall questioned the authenticity of the photos. For this reason, I request that you give no permission to Toronto ALPHA to hold such a photo exhibition again in the future.

Please let me explain why the photo exhibition held in 2012 is unacceptable. The website, http://www.japantruth.org/ has been created to show some of the photos used at the exhibition in the City Hall.

First, I would like to emphasize “Example 1” which is shown in http://www.japantruth.org/ . Toronto ALPHA claims that the photo shows a Nanking rape victim with a Japanese soldier. The website explains in detail that this photo was published in a number of different Chinese publications with various captions and different explanations as to where the photo came from. The website also provides an expanded view, showing that the version of the photo used by Toronto ALPHA has been cropped and altered.

The photo has been cropped to direct viewers’ attention to the woman and what appears to be a Japanese soldier. The man on the right, who appears to be in Chinese clothing, has been mostly cut out. The background has also been altered with the blacked-out area in the earlier copy of the photo whitened. The significance of that alteration is explained on the website.

“Example 2” in the website shows an elderly man holding a child’s body in his arms which was supposedly photographed after the ‘massacre’.
The website has a copy of the original version of the photo. Again, the original version is much larger showing other figures in it. The version used by Toronto ALPHA is cropped to show only the elderly man and the child.
The website also goes on to explain that the original version of this photo appeared in the January 10, 1938 issue of ‘Life’ magazine. The caption says that the child was mortally injured by a Japanese bomb, not by soldiers. The caption also says that the photo was taken on December 6, 1937. The Japanese army entered Nanking on December 13, 1937.
That means that Toronto ALPHA has intentionally and falsely used it as a photo taken during or immediately after the alleged Nanking massacre.
These are just two examples of how Toronto ALPHA has made misleading and false use of photos to try to support their claim that the ‘Nanking Massacre’ occurred.
These photos are evidence of nothing. The same can be said for the other photos in Toronto ALPHA’s exhibits. Among all the photos displayed in the exhibits, there is no photo showing a massacre taking place despite the fact that th ere were two American newspaper reporters present in Nanking at the time.
Two American reporters, Archibald Steele of the Chicago Daily News and Frank Tillman Durdin of the New York Times, remained in Nanking until Dec. 15, 1937. They reported to the world the first news about the Japanese invasion of Nanking, but did not take any photos in the middle of the battle for the city.
It should be noted that the two reporters had a deep relationship with the Chinese Nationalist Party. Documents found in Taiwan archives and autobiographies of some Nationalist leaders show that the Nationalist government promoted relationships with Archibald Steele and Frank Tillman Durdin, as well as other western journalists for propaganda purposes.

If you would like to know more details about Nationalist propaganda plans, please go to:
http://www.sdh-fact.com/CL02_1/27_S4.pdf
Now please allow me to comment on the so-called comfort women. According to Toronto ALPHA’s exhibit, a comfort woman was a woman forced into “sexual slavery” by the Japanese army during World War II. It is alleged that this was a common and widespread practice.

In fact, the US forces captured and interrogated a number of comfort women. According to a report written in 1944 (ten months before the War’s end) by the U.S. Army, “comfort girls” were simply prostitutes or “professional camp followers” attached to the Japanese Army for the benefit of the soldiers. They were well paid and enjoyed many activities with the Japanese soldiers – circumstances one would not associate with “sex slaves.” That report is available in the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).
http://nadesiko-action.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Japanese-Prisoner-of-War-Interrogation.pdf
Admittedly one of the women noted in the Toronto ALPHA exhibit, Ms. Jan Ruff-O’Heme, was a real victim. In February 1944, 12 Japanese soldiers forced 35 ladies of the Netherlands to become comfort women. Since the Japanese army strictly prohibited Japanese soldiers from such violent behaviour, the command center of the Japanese army closed that comfort station as soon as the commanding officer, Colonel Kaoru Odajima found out about their plight.
Arrests were later made and that case was heard by a court-martial in the Netherlands in 1948. The 12 soldiers were found guilty and punished. One of them was executed as punishment. The government of Japan apologized to those women and a fund set up by the Japanese government had paid about $2,550,000 to them by 2001.
It was very unfortunate that there were some women abused by the Japanese soldiers, such as Ms. Jan Ruff-O’Heme, but the evidence shows it was not a common or accepted practice.

Thank you for taking your time to read this long letter.

I would like to ask you to carefully review the issues of the Nanking photo events and urge you to never give permission to Toronto ALPHA to hold the fake photo exhibition in the future.

—–End——————————

I hope the above letter gives you the opportunity to think what Proclamations mean to the City of Toronto.

Sincerely,
差出人名 (市、県、Japan)
・・・・・・・

手紙の大意
私は歴史修正主義者ではありませんが、トロント市役所で昨年行われた南京大虐殺と慰安婦の写真展は捏造です。今後二度と同写真の開催を許可しないでください。
(同写真展の内容が虚偽であることの証明)

8 thoughts on “トロント南京記念日宣言に抗議メールを!

  1. 大絶画 says:

    なでしこアクション御中

    微力ながら協力させていただきます。
    民主主義が多数決の原則を取っている以上市長が南京虐殺否定派であっても押し切られていますのですね。悲しい限りです。
    私たちも力を結集して対抗するしかありません。現在東南アジアを中心に中国の脅威が広まりつつあります。尖閣恐喝問題をはじめとする太平洋進出政策とからめていけばカナダ・アメリカの支持も得られるはずです。



  2. さきほど、抗議メール送信しました。


  3. akodama says:

    「なかった事」を「あった」と捏造した南京大虐殺については、
    ①東京裁判のとき、中国はなぜ30万人の虐殺を証明できなかったのか?
    ②30万人の死体はどこにいったのか?
    ③日本軍占領後に中国人が南京に戻ってきたのはなぜか?
    ④毛沢東は1937年から1938年のあいだに、なぜこれらのことを国際報道会議に言及しなかったのか?
    などを問題提起して、トロント市長市議とマスコミ関係に抗議メールを送りました。


  4. 北川誠 says:

    私も協力させていただきました。
    いつもながら皆さんの活動には頭が下がります。


  5. 日本市民 says:

    抗議メール送信しました。どんどん声をあげていきましょう。


  6. W Reiko says:

    昨日40件程の米カナダ代表メデアへ投稿しました。日付が迫っていますので、どれ程取り上げてくれるか解りませんが、私一人の投稿より【なでしこ】を通じて賛同する方に投稿していただきたく、投書例文をお送りしております。

    12月に入ると、米、カナダの主要新聞に『12月7日は日本が真珠湾に先制攻撃をした日です、云々、』と掲載されます。 
    各TVニュースでも一斉にビデオが流され、その結果、一部両国民の反日認識が助長されます。 そこで提案両アメリカ、カナダのメデアに意見投稿を提案します。

    例 “I’d like you to consider about your article, perhaps it’ll be titled, “The Day of Pearl Harbor Attack,” on December 7th.
      It’ll be a generous consideration that the name of Japan is taken off from your article.
    Sincerely yours,”

    だけでもいいのですが、その後の文を続けるなら、下記の全文を御参考ください。

    Re: A favor on the News of Pearl Harbor Attack

    I’d like the editors to consider about your news article, perhaps it’ll be titled, “The Day of Pearl Harbor Attack,” expected on the 7th of December.
    It’ll be a generous consideration that the name of Japan will be taken off from your news article.

    Even though it was only a historical event, I understand, it is true that the few will make use of the name of Japan negatively, exaggeratedly in the US and in Canada.

    At present Japan is strongly being involved in the territorial dispute, and exposed itself to the overstated criticism from another country regarding a wartime
    so-called Comfort-Women. Japan doesn’t desire to have further bashing at this time.

    Sincerely yours,


  7. akinori nobuyama says:

    トロント市が2012年12月13日を南京大虐殺追悼記念日と宣言してしまったことに関し、下記の二つを要求します。
    1.南京宣言の撤回
    2.トロント市が貴市の議定書に則って、今後第三国に関する要求を無視すること
    貴市の南京宣言撤回のためのネット署名には7,000 以上の署名が集まっています。こちらをご覧ください。
    トロント・アルファという反日組織で中国系市議たちが活動していることを知っています。
    私は歴史修正主義者ではありませんが、トロント市役所で昨年行われた南京大虐殺と慰安婦の写真展は捏造です。それらの写真はトロント・アルファからのものです。同写真
    (同写真展の内容が虚偽であることの証明)
    中国が南京大虐殺の噓を作り、米国がそれを幇助しました。ですからこの問題は根が深いのです。
    日本は憲法を米国により押し付けられており、その憲法により安全保障を米国に依存しなければなりません。ですから日本政府は米国に対し、自らの正当性をなかなか主張できません。
    今後は貴市が議定書を守り、第三国に関する要求を拒否することを要請いたします。
    中国の活動家がトロントの政治に介入しようとしているように見えます。


  8. Take says:

    慰安婦は”性奴隷”ではなく、同胞をぶっ殺す敵軍相手の管理下の元で性交渉の代りに金銭を渡されていた女性たちの事です。 


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