The most qualified person in the world to praise and criticize Japanese politicians is the Chinese!

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Author: Li butaibai source: official account: Li butaibai

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Stills of the film “the longest day in Japan”

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Shinzo Abe, the former Prime Minister of Japan, died in a mysterious public assassination.

It is reasonable that the whole country in Japan is shocked, flustered, anxious and sad;

It is also reasonable for countries in the world to express a little surprise, some mourning, some uneasy, and some noncommittal;

Chinese officials have expressed their condolences. Some Chinese people disagree with illegal violence, some applaud, and some are indifferent, which is more reasonable.

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There is nothing wrong with most of the emotions normally expressed by the Chinese people about the assassination of Shinzo Abe.

This is a right endowed by history to the Chinese people. The media of any western country is not qualified to criticize the Chinese people for this right, because their country has never suffered the deep suffering imposed by Japan.

Moreover, Shinzo Abe is also the grandson of former Japanese Prime Minister kishiuke, a class a war criminal who invaded China and was extremely hostile to China; Moreover, Shinzo Abe visited the Yasukuni ghost shrine and offered sacrifices several times after he became Prime Minister of Japan and left office.

Moreover, before his birth, Shinzo Abe constantly declared that “something in Taiwan is something in Japan”, intending to promote Japan’s involvement in the Taiwan Strait; Moreover, Shinzo Abe once complacently said that he actively encouraged trump to fight China as early as the beginning of Trump’s election.

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As for such a Japanese politician, who was assassinated in the street, what attitude do you think the Chinese should hold?

Can’t the next door neighbor know what a person is like?

To say who in the world is most qualified to praise and criticize Japan and its politicians, in addition to North Koreans and South Koreans, there must be only Chinese.

The attitude of ordinary Chinese people towards the assassination of Shinzo Abe is not a “hate culture”, and there is no need for Chinese people to be ashamed in front of other so-called “advanced cultures”.

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Talking about reality without history is like talking about wind and rain without the earth, and talking about minor matters without the root. That is frivolous.

What qualifications do you have to talk about the sanctity of the right to life under the fog of assassination without setting the historical premise of the suffering of World War II?

So far, China has never been abroad to harm any country, and the Chinese people have generously given up Japan’s war of aggression against China. If the people of such a great country are not qualified to praise and criticize the actions of Japanese politicians, and are not qualified to comment on Abe Jinsan, who is the grandson of World War II war criminals and whose militarist heart is still unquenched, who has?

Can the assassination of Shinzo Abe really force the Chinese people to show sympathy by Western standards? If so, doesn’t it really become the fallacy of “killing one person is guilty and killing 10000 people is innocent”?

For the sake of “political correctness”, isn’t it the same thing with forcibly modifying the lyrics of “stars light up” not long ago? This time, denying the Chinese people’s emotional expression about the assassination of Shinzo Abe in this way, to some extent, is just another kind of Sima Nan in the opposite sense. These three things are very ridiculous.

Even if they don’t want to experience the feelings and interests of the Chinese people, then the media people should at least hold a sideline perspective of “heaven is not for Yao to survive, not for Jie to die”, and output objective views, rather than “don’t know people’s suffering, but persuade people to be magnanimous” as chicken soup says.

Those who condemn the Chinese people and praise and disparage the words and deeds of Japanese politicians with a lofty posture of the international community, those who so-called “political correctness” of pursuing international humanitarianism, and those who advise the Chinese people to forget “hatred” are ignorant of the heavy shallowness of history.

Imagine: if an Englishman faced a Hitler’s grandson, who had visited the temple of the Nazi dead four or five times before and after, sent people to offer sacrifices to the Nazi dead several times, and publicly supported the division of the British Isles, saying “something happened between Scotland and Northern Ireland, that is, something happened in Germany”, and then this Hitler’s grandson was assassinated in the street one day, would the British Virgin bitches celebrate, Or will you look sad?

So, what kind of international Maria?

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As a former Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe did everything based on the interests of Japan. He actively provoked the confrontation between China and the United States, promoted the amendment of the constitution, and sought to make the castrated Japan a “normal country”, which was all their Japanese business.

We don’t need to care about these things as long as they don’t hurt the feelings and interests of the Chinese people.

But if you want to revise the historical conclusion and touch the fundamental interests of the Chinese nation, sorry, it won’t work here, and the Chinese people must fully oppose it.

Similarly, the Chinese people will greatly appreciate and support those things that are conducive to the development of China Japan relations and the future and to the common interests of China and Japan.

I think this is probably the basic attitude of most Chinese people towards Japanese politicians.

In this view, Shinzo Abe also did some good things during his tenure as Prime Minister of Japan: for example, promoting the “comprehensive and progressive trans Pacific Partnership Agreement” (cptpp), such as quietly supporting the China Japan South Korea free trade area, which can be said to be “on the side of historical progress” and “in line with historical trends”. The Chinese people certainly appreciate and support this.

These are also great good things that are very conducive to Japan’s future destiny.

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From the perspective of Japan’s interests, you can’t always have a hot head and be prone to “the fate of the imperial country, this war”.

A medium-sized country, however, takes the big countries around it as its opponents to gamble on national luck. Winning once is your luck, winning twice is your luck, and winning three times is God forbid.

In the final analysis, you must learn how to see the general trend of history.

The historical trend of this era is the irresistible resurgence of a great neighbor around Japan and a country with thousands of years of continental civilization.

Japan should be sober to see that the country most capable of determining Japan’s future misfortunes and blessings is not the United States in the distance, but the great neighbor around you.

Therefore, the bet that Japan will win without losing is actually to do less tricks at the expense of others and benefit itself behind it, and do more great things that are conducive to the bright future of China and Japan.

Most Chinese people are clear-minded about whether anything done in the name of the country is good or evil.

As a big country, China has always pursued kingcraft since ancient times, never bullying small countries and always advocating good neighbourliness and friendship. When such Chinese people express their love and hatred for a Japanese politician, it is natural and justifiable.

Mr. Shinzo Abe, may you do good things in heaven and walk to the light in your next life… If you can do so, I believe that the Japanese people and the Chinese people will not forget you.

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