SDHF Newsletter No.349 HOW TO DEFEAT CHINA CANCER: THE FINAL SHOWDOWN Series No. 6: Chapter 5: Japan at a Crossroads
HOW TO DEFEAT CHINA CANCER: THE FINAL SHOWDOWN
(Bensei Publishing Inc.)
(English Translation: Society for the Dissemination of Historical Facts)
Series No. 6: Chapter 5: Japan at a Crossroads
Dr. Lin says that the US and Japan should fight China cancer together. Japan’s most important role in this fight is to help China democratize.
The worst evil in today’s China is its one-party dictatorship. On a whim, a dictator can rob citizens of their lives and appropriate their assets. In the eyes of the Chinese — of the entire world, for that matter — a monolithic dictatorship is a nightmare. The great majority of Chinese want to leave China and move to a democratic nation. The Chinese long for democracy, and many of them are making a real effort to democratize China.
In the past Japan supported Chinese revolutionaries, helping them to overthrow the Qing dynasty. But today’s Japan does not need to send money or weapons to China as it did in support of the Xinhai Revolution in 1911. Instead, the Japanese need to encourage the democratization of China. Pacifist Japan’s support for democratization would have a considerable impact, and would help motivate the Chinese.
Since the concepts of human rights and democracy are understood throughout the world, and since they transcend generational and ideological boundaries, there will be widespread approval of Japan’s stance and support for democratization. Such a movement would certainly become known to the Chinese people and begin to broaden. The members of the Chinese democratization movement and outside sympathizers could collaborate, and their activities would surely expand. Such an eventuality is the CCP’s biggest fear.
In other words, the democratization of China is the most effective means of mitigating China cancer.
MOTEKI Hiromichi, Chairman
Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact