The Korean residents in Japan stir up anti-Japan sentiments

The following is a tentative translation of the tweet made by a Japanese guy.

After the end of WWII, the koreans have exploited the Emperor of Japan and Yasukuni Shrine in such a manner as to stir up anti-Japan sentiments in Asia and to brainwash and tame the Japanese with the use of Yakuza groups organized by the korean residents in Japan.

There are no successors to the late Mr. Bin Akao, Japanese Rightist who organized the anti-Communist Great Japan Patriots' Party (pro-U.S. political thinking).

There is nothing to be ashamed of being rightist patriots.

tsukiya1970 月夜

The above statement may be a surprise to the Americans with the limited knowledge of the Japanese perspectives of the historical events in the last 100 years.

The article http://nyti.ms/edrHRW says that after WWII, Allied occupation forces banned him from public office.

Mr. Bin Akao was born in 1899 in Nagoya, Aichi Pref., Japan. Before WWII, he was a left-wing anarchist and was once arrested because he criticized Emperor system during the military training. However, the journalists (his leftist friends) whom he had trusted turned around against him after his arrest. He was so disappointed at the leftist movements while in jail and was determined to become a rightist.

In 1942, he was elected as a member of the House of Representatives without any support. He challenged the then Prime Minister Hideki Tojo and was told to leave the general assembly hall of the national Diet. He was regarded as a rightist but a man of principle who often fought aginst the establishment.

Before the outbreak of WWII, he was consistently opposed to the idea of staging the war against the United States of America and the Great Britain, through his anti-war activities.

As stated earlier, he was banned from public office by the Allied occupation forces. However, he hated communism and communists for the rest of his life. He was regarded as a pro-U.S. rightist. He had worshiped Meiji Emperor and Jesus Christ until his death in 1990.

See his photo in which he prays to God and the poster shown behind him says "Jesus Christ" and "Secretary of State Mr.Dulles Welcome to Japan" http://bit.ly/fhKVgY

The above is the brief description of the Japanese rightist.

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