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Japanese history textbook: Only a footnote on the Nanjing massacre...

Japanese history textbook: Only a footnote on the Nanjing massacre…

You will be shocked at how much your child’s education is directed…

Take Japan for example.

A country the citizens of which cannot quite understand why their neighbours hate them. A country which still wants nuclear energy, despite the fact that it is the only country which was hit by a nuclear bomb.

The solution of these mysteries can be surprising…

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The history textbooks in Japan have extraordinary examples of mind control attempts… In a textbook of history in Japanese schools…

  • There was one page on what is known as the Mukden incident, when Japanese soldiers blew up a railway in Manchuria in China in 1931.
  • There was one page on other events leading up to the Sino-Japanese war in 1937 – including one line, in a footnote, about the massacre that took place when Japanese forces invaded Nanjing – the Nanjing Massacre, or Rape of Nanjing.
  • There was another sentence on the Koreans and the Chinese who were brought to Japan as miners during the war, and one line, again in a footnote, on “comfort women” – a prostitution corps created by the Imperial Army of Japan.
  • There was also just one sentence on the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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Next time your kid comes back from school, try to tell him that there is more than meets the eye in one small sentence… Sometimes whole nuclear bombs can be hidding inside them…

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