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When interviewed by a Japanese woman in the military industry circle, she said that if China and Japan go to war, she will be a comfort woman for the Japanese army without hesitation! She said that Japan cannot fail! Failure is destruction!

A German Asian expert said: War is for the Chinese to fight for a breath, and for the Japanese is a battle of survival. Once the fight started, the Japanese would die.

Recently, I saw a report in mainland China: "Japanese media have condemned the government." The report cited a retired Japanese official to testify to a report by a Hokkaido tabloid. Later, I saw some reports describing the right-wing politician Shintaro Ishihara as a political figure that even the Japanese hated.

However, these are completely different from the facts. The author often travels between Taipei and Tokyo because of his work, and has a relatively in-depth understanding of Japan. In several respects, mainland China has serious misunderstandings about the Japanese. This is quite dangerous.

The first point: It is wrong to think that Japanese right-wing politicians are only a minority and are not welcome!

In 2011, when I was in Japan, I witnessed Shintaro Ishihara, the initiator of the dispute over the Diaoyu Islands, seeking the Governor of Tokyo for the fourth time. The election campaign was very surprising. Ishihara did not hold any momentum campaigns, but was easily re-elected, and the number of votes was far ahead of all party candidates.

Tokyo is the best district in Japan, with more than a quarter of the population living in it. The political orientation of Japan as a whole is very similar to that of Tokyo. At present, the right wing of Japan has already crossed the watershed of the mainstream and has become an absolute majority. The so-called right wing is a minority already in the past.

Abe is regarded as the current Japanese "ultra-right hawk" politician. He has repeatedly urged the Japanese government to take a hard line against China. He also advocated that to build a harbor and garrison in Diaoyutai is to step on the red line of the Chinese People's Liberation Army.

Abe has long called on Japan to abolish the constitution of peace and non-war and abolish the regulations that cannot declare war to the outside world, so that Japan has the right to declare war on its own initiative. He also advocated a substantial expansion of the Self-Defense Forces and the establishment of an offensive "Marine Corps" to resolve disputes with neighboring countries and lift restrictions on the use of overseas troops. Abe also advocated a preemptive attack on North Korea. It is also believed that the 1995 Prime Minister Murayama’s declaration of apology for aggression against Asian countries should be withdrawn.

The reason why Abe can have so many supporters just shows that the entire Japanese people are right-leaning and that Japan will move faster and faster toward the road of militarism. The so-called right-wing unpopularity in Japan is groundless.

The second point: It is wrong to think that the Japanese are afraid of China's economic sanctions!

Chinese media said: Sanctions will set Japan's economy back 20 years. However, Japanese media interviews found that, apart from the tourism industry and business leaders who are more worried, the average Japanese may not care about China's economic sanctions. They believe that Japan’s focus on manufacturing is facing resistance from China. But Japanese boutiques are sold all over the world, and there are vast markets everywhere. And China is not the whole world, and boycott is invalid.

As for setting up factories in China, the Japanese have always believed that China’s reform and opening up has contributed the most to Japan. Once it withdraws from China, tens of millions of people will be unemployed immediately, and China will suffer even more injuries. Moreover, factories in China are at the end of the production chain, and many countries can replace China. They just used this incident to strengthen all-round layout to avoid dependence on China.

Regarding the issue of mainland tourists, Japanese experts are also optimistic that the Chinese character cannot be carried through to the end. After the US bombed the Chinese embassy, ​​it subsided within two weeks, which shows that the Chinese people's emotions have never been able to last. There is no need to wait until the end of the year to see Chinese tourists in Ginza and Nihonbashi again. This is the sadness of the Chinese!

The third point: It is wrong to think that there is a review from the Japanese media!

Faced with the intensification of the Diaoyu Islands issue, Japanese mainstream media reports every day how many Chinese maritime surveillance vessels and fishing vessels have invaded the territory. It unilaterally reports daily that Japanese manufacturers are being bullied by Chinese mobs, trying to follow the path of tragic, just as Japan portrays itself as a victim of World War II. Therefore, the Japanese did not know the content of the Chinese protests, and their claims could not touch the hearts of the Japanese people at all. Just like they never talk about the history of World War II aggression in textbooks.

The British "Financial Times" interviewed Japan Economic News reporter Mori Anjian, saying: Almost all Japanese believe that the tension in this round of Sino-Japanese relations is all caused by the Chinese. Japanese media continue to describe the current situation as a life-and-death issue, causing serious emotional confrontation between the two peoples. Incite public opinion since the Meiji Restoration Japan has been a master. A very small number of Japanese appeals for peace are completely ignored.

The fourth point: I think the Japanese have no guts and determination to go to war on China, wrong!

After the tragic card made the public feel a certain degree of disgust towards China, the Japanese media recently began to use the words "Eve of the War" as headlines. The content was filled with belligerent theories and accused the Japanese government of not actively responding to China's invasion by force.

Japanese politicians have come into force in recent years under the banner of national threats. What would the Japanese people think in case of war? A Japanese woman said in an interview that if there is a war between China and Japan, she will be a comfort woman for the Japanese army without hesitation. ! She said that Japan cannot fail! Failure is destruction! This is not just her philosophy. A German Asian expert said: [War is for the Chinese to fight for a breath, and for the Japanese is a battle of survival. Once the Japanese were attacked, they would die. ] The two are very consistent.

The recent anti-China demonstrations in Japan against the Diaoyu Islands were not as peaceful as the Chinese reported. On September 9.18, Japanese demonstrators burned the Chinese school in Kobe. He also smashed and looted three Chinese restaurants opened by overseas Chinese in Fukuoka. In the news screen, the Japanese police did not actively interfere.

Will Japan be afraid of China? An expert said it well: Japanese people teach Bushido and have cultivated the spirit of martial arts since ancient times. At the same time, they also worship the strong, and surrender to the strong has become a national nature. To this day, the Japanese still adhere to the samurai character. Therefore, they would rather surrender to the United States, which used the atomic bomb against them, but look down upon China, which repays ethics and does not seek compensation.

There are also nuclear bombs, but the Japanese are afraid of Russia, not China. Because China never dared to be overly tough. Confucianism speaks of convincing people with virtue, and likes to use benevolence to show good for peace. The Japanese are not afraid of China, just like wolves are not afraid of sheep, and China is not afraid of defeating India. To say that the Japanese did not have the courage to start the war first reminds people that China had the same misjudgment before the Sino-Japanese War of XNUMX-XNUMX.

Fifth point: The Japanese mentality is ready, has the Chinese mentality adjusted?

Whenever they talk about World War II, the Chinese always subjectively believe that Japanese warlords should be separated from the Japanese people, that politicians’ worship of the Yasukuni Shrine is not in line with Japanese public opinion, and that Japan needs correct historical understanding.

In fact, it is the Chinese who need to really adjust and change their subjective historical perception. The Japanese professor Miyahara corrected Chinese scholars in person. He said: [It may be a good intention for you to separate the Japanese from the warlords. But this was not objective, because fighting was the common will of all Japanese at that time.

Japan is a strongly collectivist country. The Japanese proverb says: "Even if the light is red, everyone is not afraid to fight together." It is precisely because the Japanese nation is formed by continuous conquests and mergers by warlords, and has a strong collective centripetal force. The people are afraid that they are different from the group and dedicated themselves. In modern times, this kind of culture has turned into the universal value of the "Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Circle" and the implementation of the use of force to expand outward is indeed a projection of Japan's collective will.

Among the countries that were defeated in World War II, only Japan was in dispute with its neighboring countries. The reason is that the last words of the first-class war criminal Hideki Tojo before the hanging expressed: [Unfortunately, I am not strong enough, and I am defeated. ] The last words mean the basic attitude of all Japanese towards the guilt of World War II. The warrior nation is a natural aggressor nation. If there is not enough strength, what if the national strength becomes stronger in the future? Of course, the whole people collectively do evil and conquer the neighbors again. The Japanese proposed that China and Japan no longer fight, in the author's view, it is a successful strategy to relax one's vigilance. Unless you cut off his hand, the sword in the samurai's hand will be out of its sheath sooner or later.

Therefore, it is not the media and politicians who are fueling the anti-China fireworks, but the media and politicians are catering to the desires of the Japanese people. Japan has relied on oppressing China for hundreds of years. The Japanese sense of superiority over China is deeply rooted, and the United States has contributed to Japan's anti-China arrogance. Direct conflicts are inevitable when the situation continues. Shintaro Ishihara once said: In history, the territory of a country was originally determined by victory or defeat in war.

Wake up, my fellow Chinese!

Based on the author’s understanding of Japan’s nationality, the intensification of the Diaoyutai issue is actually a spiritual mobilization order for the Japanese military to reorganize its armaments. The Japanese are stepping up their efforts to transform and condense into the Yamato nation under the pressure of China’s military and politics to be threatened with survival, and mobilize all people for survival Fight for the collective consensus. When the inner adjustment of the Japanese is completed, the outbreak of war will not be far away.

What worries the author is that China's decision-making and diplomacy subjectively believe that the Diaoyu Islands issue can be gradually eased, and there is still greater possibility of cooperation between China and Japan. This is pure fantasy. Japanese opponents are accumulating energy for the next greater conflict. If the Chinese dare not face the reality that Sino-Japanese relations have undergone a qualitative change, and refuse to adjust their mentality, determination, and will, I am afraid that the future evolution and results will be unexpected.

I would not be particularly surprised if I saw an emergency broadcast of news early one morning: Japan launched a pre-emptive Pearl Harbor-style raid on China. The odds of victory for each of China and Japan in the contest all depend on whether the people are prepared to put them to death.

In this regard, the author clearly sees in Japan that the Japanese are making preparations, while the Chinese are still living in prosperity and living the Chinese dream.

One is a big country and a state of ceremonies, with 960 million square kilometers and a population of 13 billion. A single egg land, samurai spirit, 37 square kilometers, 1.2 million people. Today, where data is concerned, this should be a comparison without suspense. But from history to today, this kind of inequality in data has never been manifested. My fellow citizens, we can’t be dead alive, don’t let this article sink, let the government know our aspirations!

Article reprinted from the German Talent Program


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