China, Not Japan, Is the Nazi Germany of Today

China has stepped up its propaganda campaign against Japan to sway the international public opinion, likening Japan in World WarⅡto Nazi Germany.

At the end of last year, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the Yasukuni Shrine, which provoked this intense reaction from China. Chinese ambassadors to about 70 countries sharply criticized Abe’s move on their local televisions and newspapers. The ambassador to France made a comment in the January 16th issue of the French Newspaper “Le Figalo,” saying, “Imagine someone laying flowers on the grave of Adolf Hitler.”

At the Davos forum that was held at the end of January, China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi said, “Japan’s Class A war criminals were like the Nazis. Can you imagine a European leader laying a wreath at a Nazis memorial?

Whenever China criticizes Japan, they always bring up “the Nanjing Massacre”, in which Japanese troops allegedly killed over 300,000 Chinese civilians. This, however, is a story fabricated by victor countries so that they could condemn Japan at the Tokyo trials just after World War Ⅱ.

It is time for the West to say to China, “Enough is enough.”
The international community can still understand what justice is.

As China is proceeding with its military buildup and attempting to expand its national interests in the South China Sea, Philippine President Benigno Aquino warned in an interview with the New York Times held in February that China’s moves to claim disputed territories reminiscent of Nazi Germany.

He referred to how a part of Czechoslovakia (known as Sudetenland) was ceded to Nazi Germany in an attempt to appease Hitler, only resulting in the invasion the rest of Czechoslovakia. President Aquino said in the interview, “”If we say yes to something we believe is wrong now, what guarantee is there that the wrong will not be further exacerbated down the line?” and called on the international community to say to China, “Enough is enough.”

To coincide with this, Spain’s National Court said that a Spanish judge issued international arrest warrants for China’s former president Jiang Zemin and four other former leaders for alleged genocide against the people of Tibet, and ordered them to be sent to the International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO). The court indicted the former Chinese leaders and officials on charges of “crimes against humanity.” This concept was used to try the Nazis that had perpetrated the Holocaust in which over 6 million Jewish people were massacred.

Since the formation of the country in 1949, China has failed in economic policies such as the “Great Leap Forward” that led to severe famine, resulting in some 60 million deaths from hunger. Furthermore, “The Cultural Revolution,” leading to violent factional struggles that affected the whole country, is said to have claimed the lives of several million people.

In the chaos after WWII, China serially invaded surrounding countries massacreing 100,000 people in Inner Mongol, 1,600,000 in Uighur, and 1,200,000 in Tibet. China’s instigating and dangerous behavior continues.
China is becoming the Nazi Germany of today

As it is well known, China in recent years has claimed the Senkaku Islands off Okinawa in an attempt to get a foothold to expand its interests from the East China Sea to the Pacific. What is worse, China established an air defense identification zone that includes airspace over the Senkaku Islands.

If we do not stop China from running amok, the world will once again see conflict and destruction. What the international community must do now is unite to build an international coalition against China.

China, Not Japan, Is the Nazi Germany of Today
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