Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact


SDHF Newspetter No.289 Kindle and On-demand-publishing 2

Society for the Dissemination of Historical Facts
English translated books in Kindle and On-demand paper book: No.2

October 16, 2020

The following two books have been published recently through Amazon.

“How China Started the Second Sino-Japanese War: Why Should Japan Apologize to China?” by Moteki Hiromichi
The conventional wisdom, even in Japan, is that Japan is guilty of waging an “aggressive” war against China. Many people will state: “Is that not common knowledge? The Japanese Army invaded continental China and waged war. Surely that constitutes a war of aggression.”
Let’s imagine the following scenario. What if the Japan Self-Defense Forces launched an unprovoked attack on American military units, which are stationed in Japan in accordance with the provisions of the US-Japan Security Treaty, and a war broke out as a result on Japanese territory? Since the fighting takes place in Japan, does that mean that the US Army is undeniably the aggressor? No matter how distasteful a person might find the US military presence to be, under international law, in this scenario, Japan would be deemed the aggressor.
The point is not the place war took place but which country started the war.

“The China Cancer: Taiwanese Physician’s Remedy” by Lin Kenryo
The author poses an interesting question to readers: “Is China the land of opportunities for the world? Or is China a world threat?”
His answer: “In fact, these questions are tantamount to asking whether cancer is beneficial or harmful.”
He asserts that if we adopt a biological view, it is obvious that China is a cancer. The basis for this observation is the cellular process called “apoptosis”. Normal cells maintain the body’s equilibrium through a natural cellular process of apoptosis–programmed or inevitable cell death. An old cell dies to make way for new cells. However, cancer cells are not endowed with such a “spirit” of self-sacrifice. Their mission is to live and spread forever, without limit.

MOTEKI Hiromichi, Acting Chairman
for KASE Hideaki, Chairman
Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact