This article in my opinion deserves serious reading. Every viewpoint is supported by historical documents or publications by historians. It certainly has broadened my understanding of the subject. But I still believe Japanese resistance to admit their WWII atrocities is mainly due to their national character. *The Japanese people only recognize might, they have no real feeling towards humanity. Therefore we see them expressing apology to the US for their bombing of Pearl Harbor and showing (hypocritical) deep sympathy for jews massacred during WWII. But they have never made consistent apology for their atrocities of Asians during WWII. Somehow the Japanese have managed to forget they are Asians. A nation does not respect their own race is despicable and atrocious.
I say the Japanese people as a whole because the majority of them voted for the Abe government and still support Abe.
Also, since I have been practicing seriously for the past 5 years, I noticed my skeletal column is getting straighten up bit by bit, my blood flow has improved – my palms and fingers are warmer and softer now. Yes, many, many, many improvement health-wise.]]>
i am hoping to see and some of your students at the upcoming Conference (April 21-23) at Mt. Madonna, entitled “An Embodied Response to Unsettling Times.”
Warmly and with appreciation, Eugene Tashima
Your article is so clear and logical. Unfortunately, many of us humans are not!]]>