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AMSTERDAM-NOIR-De ‘Staat-NOS’&d‘NSB-Telegraaf’&‘RTL-Riool- Boulevard’ zijn nu dagelijks in verenging hysterisch bezig met No Surrender Leider Henk Kuipers(Video) aan de Schandpaal te nagelen voor het corrupte ‘VVD&CDA-Juisitie’ en hebben geen tijd om vandaag aandacht te geven aan Nanking Massacre’s 80th anniversary.
Chinese President Xi Jinping led a citywide minute of silence but did not speak as Yu Zhengsheng, head of China’s parliamentary advisory body, urged China and Japan to draw lessons from history and look forward to the future.The remarks were a departure from China’s frequent criticism of Japan for not showing sufficient contrition for the brutality of its expansionist campaign that swept across Asia during the first half of the 20th century. China’s ruling Communist Party has often allowed anti-Japanese sentiment to build domestically, but relations have improved in recent months.China’s government and a 1946 international postwar tribunal say at least 200,000 civilians were killed by Japanese troops in a weeks-long frenzy of murder, rape and arson after Nanking — China’s capital at the time — fell on Dec. 13, 1937, after bitter street fighting in Shanghai.Some right-wing Japanese politicians, including Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, have downplayed the death toll or denied outright that the Nanking atrocity happened.Wearing a white flower on his lapel, Xi watched somberly on Wednesday as Chinese soldiers bearing large funeral wreaths marched slowly past a memorial showing the figure 300,000 — the number of massacre victims, according to official Chinese estimates.Denial by conservative Japanese quarters of the country’s wartime history has frequently incensed neighbors that bore the brunt of its militarism and colonial rule, including China, South Korea and the Philippines, and it continues to fuel debate in contemporary Japan.A Japanese hotel chain attracted condemnation in January when it distributed a book questioning Japan’s use of forced sex workers and calling the Nanking Massacre a fake. Nanking, an ancient Chinese capital 320 kilometers (200 miles) west of Shanghai, is now commonly known as Nanjing.