Sunday, August 18, 2013

China’s military flexes muscles in East China Sea amid Japan war shrine tensions — RT News

China has launched four days of live-fire naval exercises in the East China Sea that coincide with the anniversary of Japan’s defeat in WWII. The exercises come after Japanese Cabinet ministers visited Tokyo’s most controversial war shrine.

China and South Korea, which both suffered under Japan’s militarist expansion in the 1930s and 40s, have expressed concern at Japanese Cabinet ministers’ visit to the Tokyo Yasukuni Shrine as glorification of the country's militaristic past and aggression. Established in 1869 and funded by the Imperial Japanese government until 1945, the shrine has been dedicated to the nation's 2.5 million war dead, including – controversially – 1,000 convicted war criminals.

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Comment: One word as it pertains to China's complaints about Japan's sordid war past and the millions killed... "Mao!" Follow the link if you dare to read the truth about mass murder...

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