It seems inevitable that Japan would start whitewashing its textbooks its WWII atrocities.
Now the word “comfort Women” has been removed from High School textbooks and instead replaced by South Korean “individuals victimized by Japan during the war seeking to file lawsuits in Japanese courts to seek apology and damages.” like these people are a bunch of money grubbers.
Not to mention that Japan want to portray themselves as liberators in Asia from American, European, French and Dutch colonialism.
What’s surprising is that Japan not only seeks to dilute the issue of the atrocities during WWII, but they want to do it to American textbooks as well.
Rather a surprising move: “Japan’s foreign ministry requested that McGraw-Hill delete a passage containing a reference to comfort women from a text on world history used by high schools in California.
The passage says that Japan’s imperial army “forcibly recruited, conscripted and dragooned as many as 200,000 women aged 14 to 20” to serve in military brothels.”
Also Japan goes after its own citizens who want to publish truths about comfort women issue.
Even its own citizens are targeted when trying to write about the ‘controversial’ comfort women issue.
A Japanese journalist is being sued for defamation and personally threatened because he has written articles about Comfort women.
In an effort to rearm themselves and want to remove article 9 out of its constitution, Japan want to relive its ‘glory days’ as Imperial Japan and remove any references of atrocities during the last World War is dangerous indeed.
Pug Ster, http://blog.hiddenharmonies.org/