Japan Should Contribute to Peace in Asia

by Zhong Sheng

Japan is a fickle country and it is incapable of walking out of the shadow of an aggressive war. It has continually initiated trouble on historical and realistic problems.

Japan’s two cabinet members and some cross-party members in the Congress openly visited the Yasukuni Shrine, which severely hurt the feeling of Asian people. It is doomed to pay the price to challenge historical conclusion and offend fairness and justice.

Japanese Land and Transport Minister Yuichiro Hata (L) and fellow lawmakers visit the controversial Yasukuni shrine on the 67th anniversary of Japan’s surrender in World War II.

Having a disgraceful history and wrong politics, the country will always have a stain in the international community. Therefore, the country cannot become dignified despite having an advanced economy and powerful patron. Such a country is difficult to get close to and other countries should strictly guard against it. The reason is simple – it will pay the price sooner or later for its wrong behaviours. Continue reading

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Oppose Aquino Policy of Greater US Military Presence in the Philipines – CPP

Communist Party of the Philippines, Information Bureau

The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) urged the Filipino people to oppose the Aquino regime’s policy of national treachery in calling for increasing American military presence in the Phlippines through the Balikatan “joint exercises”. The CPP issued this statement as around 4,500 US soldiers are set to arrive in the Philippines to hold naval and other maneuvers starting tomorrow along the South China Sea, off the coast of Palawan, in the general vicinity of the disputed Spratly islands.

US aggression forces train Philippine puppet troops during joint military exercises. Photo from http://www.stripes.com

“The so-called joint military exercises to be carried out this year by the US and Philippine governments are clear acts of power projection and military muscle flexing by the imperialist US government directed at China whose rising economic power, political influence and military strength are perceived by the US as threats to its aims of expanding and strengthening its hegemony over the Asia-Pacific region,” said the CPP. Continue reading