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China’s Double Standard with Japan

Posted by w_thames_the_d on March 2, 2014


China complains about Japan not fessing up for its war crimes yet still has not confessed how many people the communists killed during the great leap forward and the cultural revolution, let alone about the massacre at Tianenman.

Even more recently, Beijing failed to admit about the wealth of comrade Xi Jinpig, Grandtheft Wen Jiabao and the truth about why Xi was ‘absent’ for over a week after that little shoot em up in Beijing.

For China to tell any country to confess to past crimes is a joke. What is more laughable is that Japan only killed a few thousand Chinese while the communists have killed tens of millions.

What really annoys China is that they were not man enough to ‘step’ against Japan but instead turned into Tokyo’s biyaccchhhhhhh. Instead of looking at the pitiful people they were at that time, they vent on Japan.

Excerpt

“Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is a “troublemaker” who has lost credibility with China and its people after his visit to the controversial Yasukuni Shrine, a memorial forJapan‘s war dead, a top Chinese official said today.

Abe’s visit to Yasukuni Shrine has seriously undermined the political foundation of Sino-Japanese relations, said Lyu Xinhua, a spokesman of the Chinese political advisory body, Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC).

China takes umbrage at the Japanese leaders’ visits to the shrine as it honours for 14 convicted Class-A war criminals and other war-dead during World War II, he said addressing the media ahead of the meet of the CPPCC. “

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