Historians read the past to understand what is happening today. There is another way of looking at history by looking at what is happening today to understand what happened in the past. The history of
during WW2 is still
cloaked with controversies. Who were the real villains that led Japan to its barbaric invasion
of Japan Asia and South East Asian? The
verdict at the military tribunal put the blame on the Emperor Hirohito, the
father of present Emperor of Japan. Many members of the royal families were
also found guilty, among them many princes who held command positions in the
Did the tribunal nailed the real culprits that led
to the disastrous war or
the Emperor Hirohito was made a scapegoat and the politicians and soldiers who
wanted the war and did the butchering of the people they invaded? Emperor
Akhihito is now touring the Pacific countries, including Japan and is showing remorse
and repentance to the victims of the Japanese invasion and barbarity. He acknowledged the crimes of Japan in WW2 but was not
allowed to say much by the politicians, just like his father during the WW2.
The Emperor was just a figure head if what is happening today was the same as
the past. The politicians called the shot then and now. Japan was dragged into WW2 by
the politicians and the soldiers, not by the Emperor. Japan
While the Emperor and other members of the Imperial household have spoken about the horrors of wars, and feeling repentance over the criminal acts of the Japanese Imperial Armies and the politicians then, the politicians today are shutting up the Emperor and embarking a another mission to rearm Japan, tearing away the pacifist Constitution, and going around the world thumping their chests that they would want to engage in wars. They are building more weapons of wars and signing military alliances and supporting and agitating for wars.
embark on WW3 and lose,
the fingers must point directly at the politicians and Shinzo Abe and his
gang in the govt. They are the ones that are pushing Japan to the path of militarism
and war. The Imperial household has nothing to do with what the politicians are
doing and wanting to commit Japan on a war path. Japan
In the next war tribunal, the Japanese Emperor must not be made another scapegoat to take the blame from the politicians. The evidence is all there and mounting up daily, the deeds and words of Abe and his gangs of militants.