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Counting the Blessings of Whales: Insights from a Chopsticks-wielding Patriot No.3

By Koizumi Takeo,

Chapter II Whales Help the Japanese Once Again Food self-sufficiency rate of 41%: price the Japanese have to pay for failure to give due attention to agriculture and fishery Japan, where food worth 3 million servings is thrown away ev…
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War Guilt Information Program (WGIP) and “History Warfare” Prologue

By Takahashi Shiro,

Prologue: A trip to visit overseas archives Back to the place of origin In December 2012, in the freezing cold weather, I drove from New York airport to Vassar College. I was overjoyed with the prospect of resuming my exploration of t…
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War Guilt Information Program (WGIP) and “History Warfare” Introduction

By Takahashi Shiro,

War Guilt Information Program (WGIP) and “History Warfare” --Recover morals of the Japanese people By Takahashi Shiro Published by The Institute of Moralogy Introduction This book originated from this author’s series of m…
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Counting the Blessings of Whales: Insights from a Chopsticks-wielding Patriot No.2

By Koizumi Takeo,

Chapter I Whales Saved the Japanese History of the Japanese love for whales: the Jomon and Yayoi periods The Japanese have been closely tied to whales from ancient times. Whale meat eating goes back a remarkably long way. A great n…
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JAPAN’S MASTER PLAN FOR VICTORY: WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN No.4 CHAPTER 3

By Moteki Hiromichi,

Chapter 3: Simulations validate PREDICTIONS OF victories I. Premises of the simulations 1. Japan had superior war potential at start of conflict Many people seem to believe that though the Japan’s war potential and economic capacity …
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Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea Part 4 , Chapter 17,18

By MATSUKI Kunitoshi,

Chapter 17: The fiction of “the forced abduction of comfort women” Let us look into the sordid nonsense of the “forced abduction of comfort women”. My books, There Was No Forced Abduction of “Comfort Women” [published by Meis…
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Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea Part 4 , Chapter 15,16

By MATSUKI Kunitoshi,

Chapter 15: Koreans came over to Japan of their own accord A great number of Koreans came looking for jobs It is clear that so-called “forced abductions” are a fallacy based on the simple fact that a great number of immigrant work…
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Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea Part 4 , Chapter 13,14

By MATSUKI Kunitoshi,

Part IV Phantom of Forced Abduction History fabricated by Korea continues to grow, gaining more and more credibility in Korea while we Japanese fail to pay much attention to what is going on, and “hatred” toward the Japanese increa…
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Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea Part 3 , Chapter 11,12

By MATSUKI Kunitoshi,

Chapter 11: Statues of a comfort woman and a mobilized worker A statue of a “curse” in front of the Japanese Consulate As a part of my on-the-scene reporting, the author visited the comfort woman statue standing in front of the Ja…
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Gunkanjima (Battleship Island): A World Heritage Site Soiled by Korea Part 3 , Chapter 9,10

By MATSUKI Kunitoshi,

History distorted Part III Lunatic Korean Anti-Japanese Sentiment Due intensive anti-Japanese education since the Syngman-Rhee administration, Korean anti-Japanese sentiment has encouraged self-destruction. When someone thinks up a “…
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