War responsibility of the Chinese Communist Party, the USSR and communism
By EZAKI Michio,
With the opening of Russian archives in 1991 and release of intercepted and decrypted messages transmitted from American spies to USSR, the “Venona files” in 1995, the widespread infiltration of Soviet agents within the Administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt have been confirmed. Soviet influence in part explains the dramatic US shift from a noninterventionist nation to the one that actively promotes the interests of the Soviet Union. Anti-Japan movements organized in America were mostly initiated by Comintern influenced communists or sympathizers involving Christian and liberal intellectuals. These movements further pushed the US government policy toward Pro-China, anti-Japan and finally lead to the US-Japan war.