TRIAL OF HUMANITY
A Trial of Humanity Taken Place in China on December 15, 2017.
After Comfort Women’ statue has been installed in San Francisco in commemoration of the tens of thousands of women from Korea and other countries forced to work as sex slaves for Japanese soldiers during the World War II, Japan’s Osaka said it is to cut its sister ties with the American city.
The denial of the past by Japanese government as such is spiteful. But it could be much worse. Imagine a following scenario: a Korean court sentenced a Korean citizen 1 year imprisonment for spitting on a portrait of Hideki Tōjo, the top Japanese war criminal in WWII, and posted what he did online.
If this happened, it would be truly truly outrageous. Of course, nothing like his materialised, because no court would be so low in Korea.
Yet it happened exactly in China in December 2017.
Genghis Khan led his army invaded China, destroyed a highly advanced Song Dynasty and directly massacred around 60 million Chinese populations, that is about 200 times more than Chinese people killed by Japanese troops in Nanjing, and 3 times more than total Chinese killed by Japanese during their decades of military occupation in China.
And worldwide, Genghis Khan butchered 200 million people in total.
This Mongol demon king’s crime against humanity surpassed Germany’s Hitler and surpassed Japan’s Hideki Tōjo.
It’s spiteful that a great number of ethnic Mongols both living in China and in Mongolia feel proud of what this monster did and adore him and worship him.
But what is truly truly outrageous is the country, that lost 60 million lives at the hand of Genghis Khan, would allow a court dominated by the perpetrator’s descendants to sentence a native Han Chinese, a victim’s offspring, to one year imprisonment for being disrespectful to that No. 1 war criminal in human history.
It’s a trial of basic human decency by a group of savages.
On December 13, 2017, a state-sponsored Chinese memorial service for the victims of Nanjing massacre by invaded Japanese armies 80 years ago was held. It is absolutely necessary, as Japanese government and school textbooks are still in denial of the nation’s past crimes.
Japanese children must be taught that looting and killings and land acquisition through wars against neighbouring states and enslavement of the natives are serious crimes against humanities and cannot be left unpunished.
Yet at the same time, Chinese government and school textbooks have done the same thing: They deny the crimes of looting and killing and land acquisition through wars against neighbouring state and enslavement of Chinese natives by Huns, by Mongols and by Manchus, for short-signed political reasons.
Should the world be concerned that if a rising China would ever become a zombie state hosting Genghis Khan’s barbaric spirit?
Here is a famous quotation from Genghis Khan: “The greatest joy for a man is to defeat his enemies, to drive them before him, to take from them all they possess, to see those they love in tears, to ride their horses, and to hold their wives and daughters in his arms.”
I would seriously consider anyone who adores and worships this guy as a potential terrorist.