Four years after the deadly Tokyo earthquake in 1923 that
caused 300,000 casualties, Japanese government called an
East Conference, on which a decision to invade China and
turn it into Japanese colony was made, and the first step
was said to take over China's three
provinces in the northeast region.
Four years after the conference, which was 80 years ago
tonight, at the time around 10pm, Japanese Kwantung Army
stationed in China's northeast took the action. They exploded
a bomb on the Japanese-controlled South Manchurian Railway,
a trophy Japan secured after it won a war against Russia
(Can you understand the logic here? We can't. Only Qing-Manchurians
with a primitive stone age brain and Japanese with a bloody
beast culture would turn such a farcical scenario into reality).
Japanese blamed the incident on Chinese force and used this
as an excuse to attack the army base.
The Chinese force guarding the region was known as Northeast
Army commanded by a local warlord loyal to Chang Kai-shek's
Nationalist government in Nanjing, and the force was numbered
at a massive 165,000 troops, while Japan's Kwantung Army
only got less than 20,000 men. But it took just 10 hours
for Japanese to claim Shenyang,
and less than 6 months to occupy the entire Northeast region,
which is a vast area with 1 million square kilometres. This
incident signifies the beginning of Japan's the full scale
invasion and occupation of China which have resulted the
loss of at least 10 million Chinese lives.
How the wars in Shenyang and in the northeast were fought
in such a lousy way by Chinese armies?
The answer is simple: because China's Northeast Army didn't
fight, and because Manchu's Eight Banner tribes came to fight
on the side of Japanese, which was why a brand new Manchukuo
was soon established, figure headed by Manchu “emperor” Puyi.
There were Chinese who waged resistance wars against Japanese
invasion, but they were mainly traveled to the region from
other parts of China - very much like what happened during
this year's memorial
Today the three provinces sounded the most haunting sirens
ever to mark the 80th anniversary of the great shame of the
region and of China. It is understood that Shenyang, the
city that has a strong Manchu presence and was first to fall
into Japanese hands, started to sound alarm since 1995. But
after heard this ear-deafening noise for seven times, guess
what? In 2002 Shenyang erected a bronze statue to commemorate
the No. 1 Japanese collaborator and war criminal, the fake
Manchukuo emperor Puyi, while the alarms are kept sounding
year after year.
Can you understand their logic? We can't. We can only say
either these people are hypocrites or they suffer from a
Puyi was actually deposed from throne since 6, but he poses
today in Shenyang as a teenager monarch, which shall tell
a lot about some Manchurians' political aspiration, particularly
the one who managed the project by then and headed the state-run
central television by now.
Letter From Mao Zedong's Son
731, Japanese Bio Warfare Army