【禁闻】中共为何高调纪念抗战爆发77周年

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【新唐人2014年07月07日讯】今年的7月7号,是抗日战争爆发七十七周年的纪念日,今年大陆官方表现出高调纪念的姿态。由“侵华日军南京大屠杀遇难同胞纪念馆”、和《新华网》共同筹办的 “国家公祭网”7月6号正式上线。历史中的抗日战争真相,一直被中共掩盖,现在中共高调纪念,是为了什么?下面请看历史学者的分析。

大陆官方媒体公布,7月7号上午,中共高层将到抗日战争纪念馆,隆重纪念抗日战争爆发七十七周年。同时,《央视》、《央广》和一批官方网站都将直播。

1937年7月7号,日本在侵占中国东北6年后,借机挑起“卢沟桥事变”,正式全面发动了侵华战争。到1945年9月9号,日军宣告无条件投降。当时的“中华民国”政府军伤亡322万多人,其中阵亡的约132万人。中国军民总伤亡人数大约是3,600万。仅在当时的首都南京就有大约30万平民被屠杀。

中共建政后,一直宣称他们是抗日的主力,批评国民党是假抗日或不抗日。据史料显示,七七事变后10天,蒋介石发表了著名的“最后关头”演说,他提出“牺牲到底、抗战到底”的决心。整个抗战期间,国军中、少将以上的将军,共牺牲206人。中共将领中只有2人阵亡。

旅澳原首都师范大学副教授李元华:“共产党不管它怎么宣传,但是今天拿不出来主战场上跟日本人真枪实弹的交火,没有!实际上它利用民族危难的时候,积攒自己的力量,然后篡权。主战场上一直是国民党站在抗日的最前沿,出现了很多民族英雄。”

然而在抗战结束至今,中方从未要求日本进行战争赔款,甚至在日本“731细菌部队”对被俘人员进行人体活体实验、和强征中国“慰安妇”等证据曝光后,中共也从未向日本正式提出要求赔偿。那么,北京现在为什么突然高调纪念“七七事变”呢?

李元华:“中共一在国内遇到很大的难题,就要树立在海外的假想敌,比如像美国、日本。拿日本一直作为一种王牌,因为日本在历史上有侵华战争。中共以所谓的爱国,把全民的精力都用在假想敌上面,而忽略中共自己的问题,转移百姓视线、情绪,好像它就有出路了。”

大陆媒体连日来在头条板块,高调报导部分日本军人厌倦军队生活想“自杀”,和吉林省档案馆保存的日军屠杀中国民众的记录,以及日军士兵的信件证实,日军在华使用化学武器、和细菌武器等日军侵华证据。

旅美历史学者、原山东大学副教授刘因全:“他们想转移国内人的视线。当国内矛盾突出的时候,统治者为了来缓和矛盾,就故意的来制造一些对外的紧张空气。像国内好多人希望要搞民主,香港人民要求直接选特首,爆炸案、杀人案,都是非常严重。”

档案管理人员:“这批资料是直接参加部队作战的士兵,他们所记录的、记载的东西。表明了日军在战场上直接使用细菌部队,去参加作战,那么包括著名的、臭名昭著的731部队。”

刘因全:“其实这肯定以前就有啦,只是有意的掩盖,不愿意公布出来。特别是江泽民这样的一些卖国贼,他们更不愿意把这些东西公布出来。不大可能采取一些实质性的一些行动,估计也就是喊一喊就算了。”

另外据考证,中共前党魁毛泽东曾7次感谢日本侵华。其中最著名的是1972年9月,时任日本首相的田中角荣访华时,曾就二次世界大战中日本侵略中国而道歉,毛泽东当即表示:感谢日军教育了中国人民,还说“没有你们的皇军,我们不可能夺取政权。”

采访编辑/唐音 后制/李智远

What’s Behind the CCP’s High-Profile Commemoration of Sino-Japanese War?

July 7 is the 77th anniversary of the Second Sino-Japanese
War, a war of resistance against Japan in China.

This year the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) shows
a high-profile attitude in commemorating the event.

A “National Memorial” website went online on June 6,
built by the Xinhua News Agency with sponsorship
from the Memorial Hall of the Nanjing Massacre.

Since the CCP has been covering up the truth of the
Second Sino-Japanese War, why such a high-profile
commemoration at the moment?

Let’s see what historians say about this.

The CCP media mouthpiece officially announced that,
in the morning of July 7, top party officials will visit
anti-Japanese memorials to commemorate the 77th anniversary
of the Second Sino-Japanese War.

CCTV, China Nation Radio (CNR) and many official
websites will broadcast the events live.

On July 7, 1937, the Lugou Bridge Incident erupted 6 years
after Japan’s invasion of Manchuria.
The incident marked Japan’s full scale invasion of China.
The war last until September 9, 1945 when Japan
unconditionally surrendered.

The casualties of the Republic of China (ROC) army
were over 3.22 million, with the loss of 1.32 million.
Overall Chinese casualties were about 36 million.
In Nanjing alone, then capital of the ROC, about 300,000
civilians were killed in a massacre by Japanese troops.

After coming to power, the CCP had always criticized
the ROC for fake resistance against the Japanese,claiming
that the CCP were the main resistance force.

But according to historical record, 10 days after the Lugou
Bridge Incident, Chiang Kai-shek made his famous speech
“The Limit of China’s Endurance,"
in which he said “we can only sacrifice and fight to
the bitter end” as the Japanese challenged that limit.

During the following war against Japan, the ROC
lost 206 general-rank officers. In comparison,
the CCP only lost 2 of its general-rank officers.

Li Yuanhua, former associate professor at Capital Normal
University:”No matter what the CCP says in its propaganda,
it can offer no evidence of any real fight against the Japanese
in the main battlefield.

The truth is the CCP had been gathering strength for
usurpation in our national crisis.

It was always the Kuomintang that was fighting on the major
battlefront against the Japanese, and we see many
national heroes arising among them.”

Since the war ended, the CCP has never asked for
indemnity from Japan.

Even after the exposure of Unit 731’s live human
experimentation and Chinese comfort women’s stories,
the CCP still never formally requests any indemnity from Japan
for those crimes.

The question is then why does Beijing hold a high-profile
commemoration of the war now?

Li Yuanhua: “The CCP attempts to target ‘imaginary foreign
enemies’ such as the U.S. and Japan whenever it has
big troubles in China.

Japan is especially preferred as it historically invaded China.

The CCP uses nationalism to distract Chinese people, making
them only think about ‘enemies’ instead of
the Party’s own problems.

It tries to ‘solve problems’ by manipulating Chinese
people’s attention and sentiments”.

For days, Chinese media publish headline stories about
the war including how some Japanese soldiers had
intended to commit suicide due to war-weary feelings,
records of Japan troops slaughtering Chinese in Jilin,
and Japanese soldiers’ letters as evidence that Japan had
used chemical and biological weapons in China.

Liu Yinquan, former Chinese Professor of History:”The CCP
wants to distract our people.

When domestic problems become bad, the Party will
intentionally create tension with foreign countries
to ease the situation.

Currently many are seeking democracy in China and
Hong Kong people are fighting for universal suffrage.
Bombings and murders are also frequently seen lately.”

A Chinese history professor:”The letters were written by
the soldiers who participated in the battles in person.”

“These historical records prove that Japan sent military
forces, including the notorious Unit 731,
with biological weapons to use in the war”.

Liu Yinquan: “Those records must have been there
for a long time.

The CCP has intentionally hidden them as it is reluctant
to declare them.

Especially for traitors such as Jiang Zemin,
they are even more unwilling to do that.

I think the CCP will not make further moves on the issue
and probably it does that for propaganda purposes only.”

There are also records that former CCP leader Mao Zedong
7 times had “appreciated” Japan’s invasion of China.

The most famous one happened in September 1972 when
Japan’s Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka made apologies
for Japan’s invasion in his visit to China.

Mao immediately replied “I appreciate the Japanese army
for educating Chinese people”,
and even said “Without your help we would never
have been able to seize power.”

Interview & Edit/TangYin Post-Production/Li Zhiyuan

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