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Japanese Style Anatomic Medicine

24 April 2009
 

The newly released photos show how Japanese army under the command of Japanese emperor, led by Japanese government, and backed by its population traveled to China's capital Nanjing to carried out Japanese-style anatomic medicine experiments using living humans. Let's congratulate Japan's progress in medical research and forward our sincere sympathy for a dreadful karmic consequence that the nation is sure to receive.

A Chinese resistant fighter got his muscle ripped off his thigh bone by Japanese army when he was alive

A moment when a Chinese man's head was chopped off by Japanese army

A moment when a Chinese woman's head was chopped off by Japanese army

A moment to celebrate: a Japanese army officer proudly pose before camera lens with a Chinese man's head he just chopped off

A moment to review the achievement: a Japanese army officer enjoy the scene along the shore of Xiaguan Section of Yangtze River, newly decorated by layers upon layers of Chinese civilians killed by Japanese

A moment to remember: Japanese army officers receive their prizes: a large quantity of freshly cut Chinese heads

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Last week, Japanese prime minister Taro Aso sent an offering to Yasukuni Shrine in honour of Japan's war dead, that include the convicted war criminals. A day later nearly 90 Japanese parliament members visited the shrine, thus a historical link between Japan's past war crimes and today's Japanese nation has been once again reinforced, and the interests for its karmic debt keep growing, growing, growing ....

Some facts about Yasukuni Shrine:

  • It is dedicated to Japan's 2.5 million war dead, including about 1,000 convicted war criminals.

  • The shrine played a central role in the wartime state Shinto religion which mobilised the population to invade other nations in the name of its emperor.

  • Among those honoured are 14 World War Two leaders convicted by an Allied tribunal as "Class A" war criminals, including prime minister Hideki Tojo. Seven of these were executed by hanging.

  • The Class A criminals were listed as gods at Yasukuni in a secret ceremony in 1978.


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