Japan’s Massacre of Americans and Rude Remarks
Do you know about the Second World War?
At that time, President Truman of the U.S.
dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan on
August 6th, 1945 to defeat the Japanese army that would not surrender.
With 200,000 deaths, Japan declared unconditional surrender on August 15, 1945.
Korea was under the Japanese occupation from 1910,
but naturally gained independence
when Japan declared unconditional surrender on August 15, 2014.
In 1945, the Japanese military conducted medical experiments on live American pilots.
They exposed their organs without anesthesia,
and put seawater in their blood to examine how they would die.
Although they committed inhumane behaviors in their own will,
Japan still does not regret the past.
Are you an American?
Your grandfather probably suffered a terrible death by the Japanese military.
Prime Minister of Japan visits the Yasukuni Shrine every year to pay his respects
to the souls of Japanese soldiers who brutally killed your grandfather.
He does not do this in secret. It is openly aired on TV throughout the entire Japan.