Originally Posted by ar81
But the money did not reach the victims of the war. The anti-japanese sentiment because of Nanking rape, is just like the feeling of Americans against Taliban after 9/11. No money can pay for it.
I would say you are making light of the Rape of Nanjing. Nanking Massacre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Japanese soldiers tied the men to trees and poles and had "Practice Killing" drills where they stabbed them with their bayonets and disembowel them. The Chinese victims then died several agonizing hours later, usually moaning, wailing and crying out in pain... all while the Japanese soldiers laughed at them and urinated on them.
If that is not a horrible enough way to die, the Chinese women had it far worse... so bad were the torturous murderous atrocities against them that I too angry to post about them now.
Remember the Bataan Death March where the Japanese forced American POW's to march for a few days to a prison camp with no food or water in searing tropical heat and they shot and stabbed to death all who faltered?
And if anyone is shocked by this, they should know that very similar atrocities were perpetrated against the Cherokee Indians just prior and during the "Trail of Tears" forced death march in 1831. Ecclesiastes 1:9 (New International Version)
What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.