I thought Japan had already apologised repetitively throughout the decades and huge compensations had been made. I think no compensations could make up for the lost, however, I also do not think continuous dwelling with the past will make us go anywhere. How long will this dwelling last? WIll we forever hate Japanese people for their heinous crimes in ww2 and I repeat heinous crimes even after another 100 years or a century after that? Will Japanese future generations and the future generations need to receive the cold shoulder for something their ancestors committed and not them themselves?
I hate the Japs that are ACTIVELY involved in the war but their grandchildren, and the grandchildren's grandchildrens... etc are innocent of the crimes. Why are they also receiving the hatred? I know some people would laugh at the news when they hear about the tsunami and the nuclear plant melt down. These people are no more dirtier than those japanese soldiers during ww2 themselves. How could a person laughing at some one else's tragedy have any position to criticise anyone else.
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