Truth of World War II – What did Japan fight for

Truth of Japan’s World War II

Why did Japan have to fight? What did Japan fight for? Japan is the first Asian country that has amazingly modernized and defeated one of Great Western powers, Russian Empire. This brought huge hope to many Asian countries that were suffering from Western colonization. Who else in Asia could do this? Japan fought for Asia, for Asian brothers, and obviously triggered independence of many Asian countries. Japan had fully changed colors of East Asia on the world map.



Did you know?

In Japan except for special occasions, showing the national flag is considered to be an abnormal nationalist or right wing. After WW2 Japanese people have been educated to hesitate ourselves and only learning exaggerated/fabricated negative side of the war. This masochistic view of the war educated by GHQ, who were afraid of Japanese people’s potential, successfully removed patriotism and pride from many Japanese people. However today more and more Japanese people begin to wake up and realize this fact.

Anti-Japan countries such as China, North Korea, and South Korea are fabricating and spreading hatred against Japan. We will become a strong nation again. Please support Japan and Japanese people! We are always very happy to welcome you!

Comfort Women Issue claimed by South Korea (one of the anti-Japan propaganda)




Jew Owned Media

Mortimer Zuckerman – owner of NY Daily News, US News & World Report and chair of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish American Organizations, one of the largest pro-Israel lobbying groups.

Leslie Moonves – president of CBS television, great-nephew of David Ben-Gurion, and co-chair with Norman Ornstein of the Advisory Committee on Public Interest Obligation of Digital TV Producers, appointed by Clinton.

Jonathan Miller – chair and CEO of AOL division of AOL-Time-Warner

Neil Shapiro – president of NBC News

Jeff Gaspin – Executive Vice-President, Programming, NBC

David Westin – president of ABC News

Sumner Redstone – CEO of Viacom, “world’s biggest media giant” (Economist, 11/23/2) owns Viacom cable, CBS and MTVs all over the world, Blockbuster video rentals and Black Entertainment TV.

Michael Eisner – major owner of Walt Disney, Capitol Cities, ABC.

Rupert Murdoch – Owner Fox TV, New York Post, London Times, News of the World (Jewish mother Elisabeth Joy Greene)

Mel Karzamin – president of CBS

Don Hewitt – Exec. Director, 60 Minutes, CBS

Jeff Fager – Exec. Director, 60 Minutes II. CBS

David Poltrack – Executive Vice-President, Research and Planning, CBS

Sandy Krushow – Chair, Fox Entertainment

Lloyd Braun – Chair, ABC Entertainment

Barry Meyer – chair, Warner Bros.

Sherry Lansing – President of Paramount Communications and Chairman of Paramount Pictures’ Motion Picture Group.

Harvey Weinstein – CEO. Miramax Films.

Brad Siegel – President, Turner Entertainment.

Peter Chernin – second in-command at Rupert Murdoch’s News. Corp., owner of Fox TV

Marty Peretz – owner and publisher of the New Republic, which openly identifies itself as pro-Israel. Al Gore credits Marty with being his “mentor.”

Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. – publisher of the NY Times, the Boston Globe and other publications.

William Safire – syndicated columnist for the NYT.

Tom Friedman – syndicated columnist for the NYT.

Charles Krauthammer – syndicated columnist for the Washington Post. Honored by Honest, website monitoring “anti-Israel media.”

Richard Cohen – syndicated columnist for the Washington Post

Jeff Jacoby – syndicated columnist for the Boston Globe

Norman Ornstein – American Enterprise Inst., regular columnist for USA Today, news analyst for CBS, and co-chair with Leslie Moonves of the Advisory Committee on Public Interest Obligation of Digital TV Producers, appointed by Clinton.

Arie Fleishcer – Dubya’s press secretary.

Stephen Emerson – every media outlet’s first choice as an expert on domestic terrorism.

David Schneiderman – owner of the Village Voice and the New Times network of “alternative weeklies.”

Dennis Leibowitz – head of Act II Partners, a media hedge fund

Kenneth Pollack – for CIA analysts, director of Saban Center for Middle East Policy, writes op-eds in NY Times, New Yorker

Barry Diller – chair of USA Interactive, former owner of Universal Entertainment, CEO of 20th Century Fox and QVC

Kenneth Roth – Executive Director of Human Rights Watch

Richard Leibner – runs the N.S. Bienstock talent agency, which represents 600 news personalities such as Dan Rather, Dianne Sawyer and Bill O’Reilly.

Terry Semel – CEO, Yahoo, former chair, Warner Bros.

Mark Golin – VP and Creative Director, AOL

Warren Lieberford – Pres., Warner Bros. Home Video Div. of AOL- TimeWarner

Jeffrey Zucker – President of NBC Entertainment

Jack Myers – NBC, chief NYT 5.14.2

Sandy Grushow – chair of Fox Entertainment

Gail Berman – president of Fox Entertainment

Stephen Spielberg – co-founder/owner of Dreamworks

Jeffrey Katzenberg – co-founder/owner of Dreamworks, Disney

David Geffen – co-owner of Dreamworks

Lloyd Braun – chair of ABC Entertainment

Jordan Levin – president of Warner Bros. Entertainment

Max Mutchnick – co-executive producer of NBC’s “Good Morning Miami”

David Kohan – co-executive producer of NBC’s “Good Morning Miami”

Howard Stringer – chief of Sony Corp. of America

Amy Pascal – chair of Columbia Pictures

Joel Klein – chair and CEO of Bertelsmann’s American operations

Robert Stillerman – founder of Clear Channel Communications

Brian Graden – president of MTV entertainment

Ivan Seidenberg – CEO of Verizon Communications

Wolf Blitzer – host of CNN’s Late Edition

Ted Koppel – host of ABC’s Nightline

Andrea Koppel – CNN Reporter

Paula Zahn – CNN Host

Mike Wallace – Host of CBS 60 Minutes

Barbara Walters – Host, ABC’s 20-20

Michael Ledeen – editor of National Review

Bruce Nussbaum – editorial page editor, Business Week

Donald Graham – Chair and CEO of Newsweek and Washington Post, son of

Catherine Graham Meyer – former owner of the Washington Post

Howard Fineman – Chief Political Columnist, Newsweek

William Kristol – Editor, Weekly Standard, Exec. Director

Project for a New American Century (PNAC)

Ron Rosenthal – Managing Editor, San Francisco Chronicle

Phil Bronstein – Executive Editor, San Francisco Chronicle,

Ron Owens – Talk Show Host, KGO (ABC-Capitol Cities, San Francisco)

John Rothman – Talk Show Host, KGO (ABC-Capitol Cities, San Francisco)

Michael Savage – Talk Show Host, KFSO (ABC-Capitol Cities, San Francisco) Syndicated in 100 markets

Michael Medved – Talk Show Host, on 124 AM stations

Dennis Prager – Talk Show Host, nationally syndicated from LA. Has Israeli flag on his home page.

Ben Wattenberg – Moderator, PBS Think Tank.

Andrew Lack – president of NBC

Daniel Menaker – Executive Director, Harper Collins

David Remnick – Editor, The New Yorker

Nicholas Lehmann – writer, the New York

Henrick Hertzberg – Talk of the Town editor, The New Yorker

Samuel Newhouse Jr. and DONALD NEWHOUSE – owners of Newhouse Publications, includes 26 newspapers in 22 cities; the Conde Nast magazine group, includes The New Yorker; Parade, the Sunday newspaper supplement; American City Business Journals, business newspapers published in more than 30 major cities in America; and interests in cable television programming and cable systems serving 1 million homes.

Donald Newhouse – chairman of the board of directors, Associated Press.

Peter R. Kann – CEO, Wall Street Journal, Barron’s

Ralph J. & Brian Roberts – Owners, Comcast-ATT Cable TV.

Lawrence Kirshbaum – CEO, AOL-Time Warner Book Group

Leonard Goldenson – president of ABC

William S. Paley – Founder And CEO of CBS

David Sarnoff – founder of NBC, general manager of RCA

Laurence Tisch – CEO of CBS

Herbert Allen, Jr. – CEO of entertainment investment house Allen & Company

Edgar Bronfman Jr. – CEO of Seagram, Viacom

Gerald Levin – Time Warner, CEO of HBO

Michael Ovitz – president of Disney, founder of CAA

Isaac Perlmutter – CEO of Marvel Entertainment

Adolph Ochs – New York Times