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Rape of Nanjing Never Hppened?

Posted by w_thames_the_d on May 11, 2012

Interesting story about the alleged rape of nanjing

Certain Japanese nationalists and historical revisionists have claimed that the massacre was either wholly fabricated or exaggerated for propaganda purposes.

One such advocate of the fabrication theory is Satoru Mizushima, a Japanese film director, whose film “The Truth About Nanjing” depicted the filmmaker’s account of what actually happened in 1937. Mizushima claims that the Nanjing Massacre and the so-called butchery of Chinese people by the Japanese Imperial Army, is nothing more than political propaganda. (3)


3 Responses to “Rape of Nanjing Never Hppened?”

  1. Brewskie said

    Ha! Ha! Ha! China’s exporting a fine specialty to the US just for the fun of it, which is turning innocent rail cars into commuter coffins to Purgatory.

    Check out what the ‘ol CTA is discovering:


    “CTA customers worn out by trains that constantly break down and smell like burning rubber might have thought their ride had finally arrived last year when the first new rail cars in decades glided along “L” tracks.

    But on the underbelly of the new stainless steel cars with fluted sides lurked a threat that was more serious than CTA officials could have imagined when they pulled the cars from service in December.

    Internally defective and potentially dangerous steel parts from China that could break and lead to a derailment were installed on the cars manufactured for the CTA by Bombardier Transportation, according to the transit agency’s internal investigation.

    The inferior craftsmanship found on the safety-sensitive parts in the rail car truck assembly, which supports much of a train’s weight, raises serious questions about Bombardier’s quality-control process on the new generation of CTA trains, the investigation found. The CTA is the first transit agency to purchase the cars, known as the 5000 Series. The contract for 706 of those cars totals more than $1 billion.

    Almost all the steel castings in question, manufactured for Canada-based Bombardier by joint venture partner Sifang foundry in Qingdao, China, were substandard and will be replaced, CTA officials said. Sifang is no longer working on the CTA contract, they added.


    CTA rail mechanics along with workers from Bombardier are now disassembling the cars already delivered to Chicago, storing the car bodies and sending back the truck assemblies, which contain the axles and wheels, to Bombardier for complete repairs. Bombardier scrapped all the castings made by Sifang, and all CTA cars will be outfitted with parts from two new suppliers, one in Germany and one in China, CTA officials said.”

    • wtdevflnt said

      Brew, you are my idol! Awesome comment. Know we know what vindication feels like. Just wait till all those other Chinese structures turn to dust. Ps did u see that bombardier only wanted to replace some of the steel?

  2. Life said

    Good job Brew. What fucking idiots they were to trust the Chinese. What do you think will happen to that nice bridge in San Francsico when they get a tremor? We have been sold out!
    Fuck you China!

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