I uploaded the photography of Minamata Disease part of the society textbooks for 5th grade and the Nanjing Incident part of ones for 6th grade to ftp://ftp.emmanuelc.dix.asia/inspected_textbooks/2010/ Those textbooks are inspected in 2010 by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology. The inspection of primary school textbooks this time is done in 2014, last year. It would be good to transcript those textbooks with making the album here but now I put the raw data on FTP. And I’ve deleted their EXIF information.
Those pictures mean that primary schools under Japanese public education law teach Minamata Disease and Nanjing Massacre. We, Japanese people are not against teaching the former. And we argue much about the latter. Anyway, all of us learn them. If we blindly believe our textbooks or if we take the inspection for absolute, few on the net would refute Nanjing Massacre.
Added on 29 Nov 2015
I deleted that photos from my anonymous FTP site on 26 Nov 2015. I found it problematic on copy rights…
EFnet is an Internet Relay Chat network. And I’ve visited #israel for a long time.
Spellweav: You want just to justify your anti-Japanese racism. You don’t try to know anything. So you don’t debate but you call me monkey, dogs, and so on.
I refuted you about some of our crimes including the Nanjing Massacre and Comfort Women repeatedly. But you don’t learn anything from it. If you are smart enough, you would’ve observed what we, Japanese deniers cause and analyse it. But you cannot but label me a revisionist. Rather your behavior is revisionistic. In addition, you, only one made my impression about Israel very bad although many of Israeli wouldn’t be interested in Japan.
I pasted the log of yesterday, 21 May. 2012. Hepcat isn’t Spellweav.(Added for An Cat Dubh’s comment: Hepcat is a Russian, as far as I’ve chatted.) But he/she joined our argument. And he/she label Japan a revisionistic country. If you want to say so, prove it, Hepcat!
To debate Japan in the WW II, the important fact is that some authorized historians or experts of the related fields don’t necessarily agree that Japan did planed genocides like the holocaust or that Japan in WW II was a fascist country. The Nanjing Massacre isn’t a planed genocide at least. So even Tokyo Tribunal couldn’t sentence guilty for that. About fascism of Japan, Prof. Christopher Thorne estimated that it’s rather nationalist China to be a fascist in Asia.(“Issue of War”) Comfort Women? The first class sources point out that it’s false. If you want to refute, read the American first class sources! Spellweav says that he read all sources. But he wouldn’t have read those first class English sources. So I estimate him revisionistic. (About mass killing in WW II, see also 20th Century Democide)
And such people don’t try to know Japanese history textbooks. If I took them for absolutely right, I wouldn’t refute any Japanese war crimes anywhere. Japanese governments’ inspection system permits them to show those crimes, e.g. Breast-Cutting Cruel Mural. That picture was on a textbook for elementary students. (Now that picture isn’t shown since the way of introducing the picture is one of anti-Japanese fabrication.) Many conservative Japanese people feel that some important crimes are false accusations. Spellweav and Hepcat look to believe that I’m a typical Japanese. But if I were typical, I wouldn’t have refuted. I’ve showed that page to Spellweav before but he hasn’t apologized that he was wrong about Japanese historical views. Probably, his rasictic mentality keeps him from doing that.
Anti-Japanese views aren’t forbidden on #israel . And I know that many would take my historical view for revisionistic. If they are debatable, I won’t be angry. But undebatable people like Spellweav are unforgiven. I don’t know if he is Jewish. Whetherever yes or no, I don’t care. If historical revisionists got happy, it doesn’t change my feeling. I should think my interests and Japan’s interests prior to others including Jewish.
One says that it’s ok for me to expose the log of my argument. But IRC customs forbid us to do that. I have done before when I needed, though.
I had added those two to Emmanuel Chanel’s Favorite RSS@Iza! a while before but not done to Des Liens de Emmanuel Chanel, my links page. So I’ve done this time.
Sincere Lee’s Blog is a Korean dentist’s Japanese blog that I got to know on Korea Watching. He shows the Korean situation.
Taiwan is Japan’s Lifeline!, I got to know on the News Flash + Forum or the East Asia News + Forum of 2ch, the biggest Japanese anonymous forum.(I forgot which forum.) The explanation of the website is like what the blog says.
I added all websites on Emmanuel Chanel’s Favorite RSS (Hereinafter, I call it Favorite RSS) of Iza!, the news website and Sankei Shimbun’s Official Blog Community but not linked from Des Liens de Emmanuel Chanel (The links page of this website. Hereinafter, I call it the Links Page.).
I have an account of Iza! (イザ！), the official blog community of the Sankei Shimbun Newspaper (産経新聞) for commenting on some blogs including some official blogs of its newswriters. So I have the hosted RSS reader of my Iza! page. I’ve added 43 RSSs on it but I haven’t linked all on my links page since I haven’t checked what the parent websites of all are. Although these are not all, I addded those blogs to my links. At this time, I linked mainly blogs about Korea.
I renewed this home page and changed it a blog. I don’t have custom to keep diary. So I won’t refresh it often. It sounds bad, heh. I originally made this website as a salon for my Japanese conservative friends. But changing my nick to this, I try to make it also an international website. So I translate my links page into English and this blog is in English. I’ve written some entries on a nucleus system before installing this blog. But I don’t know how to recover them on this blog. So I haven’t entered any logs.
On the net, I’m interested in many stuff. As a conservative Japanese, I want to help conservative people if little. I haven’t helped someone on Wikipedia, though. I like animes, American TV dramas, IRC, and so on, too. As a conservative Japanese, I cannot agree that the Jenin Massacre denial is denialism. When the enemies wearing civilian suits creep into civilians, it’s clear that no armies cannot keep from killing civilians. I learned that in the discussion of Nanjing Massacre denial. (cf. ejcjs – The Nanjing Incident: Recent Research and Trends:) I had some arguments on some IRC channels of Israel about my view of Japanese history and got angry but it’s not integral to accuse Israel of killing civilians. (cf. my introduction on #israel website)