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Obama’s Japan Trip During the Memorial Day Weekend

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The timing of Barack Obama’s latest chapter of his Worldwide Farewell Tour has strategically taken him to Asia, Vietnam and Japan in particular. His presence there is not-so subtlety meant as some sort of shame and apology for our military’s involvement in the Vietnam war and in the PTO with Japan, mostly by ending WWII with two atomic bombs that while killing, maiming and sickening thousands while saving countless tens of thousands of military on both sides and Japanese civilians. His timely presence there at this time is meant to be a kick in the face to the US military…

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For the record, Japan was working on and very close to having an A-bomb during WWII, and were testing our West Coast with balloon delivered bombs.

For the record, Japan has not apologized for the torture of our military, and the brutality and slaughter of our guys during captivity in WWII.

For the record, Japan not only has not apologized for its brutality toward its Asian neighbors, such as Nanking, but refuses to acknowledge and forbids it being even mentioned in its text books and literature.

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One comment on “Obama’s Japan Trip During the Memorial Day Weekend

  1. […] Barack Obama bends over and apologizes to Japan: Japanese PM Has No Plans to Visit Pearl Harbor … Or apologize for anything else […]

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