Traitor Mao Zhedong created the Nanjing Massacre: HK schoolchildren need to know the truth about CCP
Updated: Dec 19, 2021
WTPOHK is not disputing that the Japanese army perpetrated horrific war crimes against the local Chinese civilian population for perhaps as long as six weeks in Nanjing, China around 13 December 1937. An estimated 300,000 Chinese civilians lost their lives in the 1937 'Nanjing Massacre'. The Japanese were never held accountable by the Allies lead by America for their WWII war crimes. Japan has since apologized to China.
Wikipedia picture of a Japanese soldier and Chinese bodies.
WTPOHK is, however, disputing the official nationalist Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) narrative which is that the Japanese army is entirely to blame for the horrific massacre of innocent Chinese civilians in December 1937. We dispute this because Mao Zedong was a traitor who conspired with the Japanese' enemy.
This is not the first time that we have presented well referenced accusations based upon our research of CCP Chairman Mao Zedong being a traitor who conspired with the Japanese' enemy against his Chinese enemy, the Kuomintang (KMT) forces. Hence, in part, Mao was a primary cause of the fall of Nanjing and the subsequent 'Nanjing Massacre'. No soldier in battle has to follow an order to commit human rights abuses - however, many do. Please read our blogs below, especially the January 2021 blog CCP 'truth' (part1): CCP's Mao Zedong conspired with the Japanese Army.
'Truth' has no consequences - everything else does! We humans need to understand what is the 'truth' based upon facts and evidence before we can begin to resolve any issues.
There is always a day of reckoning! The reality is that CCP and its Hong Kong (HK) government in the long term will be unable to sustain the oppression of the majority of HKers by its sociopathic elite minority.
HK is not a democracy - it is a feudal Han Chinese plutocracy: HK, despite being one of the world's wealthiest cities, has at least a 20% poverty rate.
HKers have been, and are being, violated by CCP. HKers know they have their UN right to truth - to know what really took place, and to know about state-sponsored terrorism, including violations of human rights, forced disappearances and torture-including coercion.
Torture of a HK protester in police custody during 2019 HK protests.
HK protesters who are the majority of HK people, uphold the Joint Declaration and the rule OF law.
The CCP, HK government and their supporters do NOT uphold the Joint Declaration - they support CCP's arbitrary rule BY law as evidenced by its 1 July 2020 'national security law' which resulted in HK's annexation.
There are many lies throughout the history of CCP which are used as part of its structural violence of torture by coercion of the people of China for 'stability and prosperity' to ensure that CCP remains in power : i.e. if you want 'prosperity' then you must accept and support CCP's actions for 'stability' which includes arbitrary disappearances, murder, Tiananmen massacre, COVID-19 source and spreading, Xinjiang genocide, etc.
Taiwan News video clip.
Taiwan News 15 December 2021 wrote 'Hong Kong elementary school shows students ‘necessary’ Nanking Massacre video'. Inside this link is the video clip above that upset 5-6 year old Primary One HK students.
According to Taiwan News "The video in question [above] included footage of Japanese soldiers executing civilians at gunpoint and burying people alive, piles of dead bodies, and dead children and babies lying on the ground. Many students reportedly screamed and cried in a panic after viewing, prompting complaints from parents."
HKFP on 13 December 2021 wrote '‘Extremely brutal’ gov’t-supplied footage of Nanjing massacre footage shown to Hong Kong children as young as six':
Six-year-olds [in a HK primary school] were shown graphic scenes of rampaging Japanese soldiers, civilians being shot, and individuals being buried alive with children lying dead on streets. It comes after HK schools were ordered [by HK government's EDB] to bolster patriotic education.
A five-minute long clip from an RTHK documentary was shown to Primary One pupils at the PLK HKTA Yuen Yuen Primary School on the Thursday leading up to the anniversary of the massacre.
The video shown included 50 seconds of graphic scenes of rampaging Japanese soldiers, civilians being shot, and individuals being buried alive with children lying dead on streets.
After the screening, an education-related Facebook page named “Read, write and seek” said it had received complaints from parents. It said that some students were frightened and cried when viewing the video.
On Sunday, the Education Bureau [EDB] said that it was not compulsory for schools to screen the government-supplied footage “indiscriminately to all classes”, though it defended the commemoration of the event.
“History is history, it cannot be avoided,” said the Education Bureau. “[W]ar is cruel in nature. We must learn from history to treasure peace, respect life, forgive others and love our nation.”
“When using videos or images of the war, teachers should use their professional judgment and guide students adequately,” the government body told the city’s education force.
This case of abuse of primary school children amounts to CCP state sponsored terrorism including the torture of HK children inside schools by the CCP and HK government. Brainwashing of children in communist HK schools is now the norm.
In 2019 HK secondary school students joined in peaceful protest.
Because there is no future under CCP for HK children the best choice for some families is to leave. CCP maintains control over HK using the 'monolithic power structure' of the communist HK government and its non-independent judiciary.
Despite having signed and ratified the UN 'Convention on the Rights of the Child' (CRC), which came into force 31 years ago in 1990, still today HK does NOT comply with CRC!
The most discriminated and abused 'minority' group in HK are children! HK has horrific cases of abuses of children with almost zero public support for change.
The naked body of 15 year old HK protester Miss Chan Yin-lam found at sea, RIP. What happened to Miss Chan has never been independently investigated.
CCP was heavily funded, influenced and controlled by Stalin's Soviet Union (USSR), a foreign government, since at least 1921. This is why CCP fears and prevents 'foreign influences' and student movements - CCP does whatever it can to brainwash and control children.
Ex-teacher VA Wong Sir is a great HK educator. Thank you Sir!
Here is a history lesson that CCP, HK government and their supporters will not like because it doesn't fit with their false narratives, This is CCP's history that all children everywhere in the world need to hear, research and learn about!
CCP is number 1 at killing!
The world's worse totalitarian to date is CCP who killed more than 77million people in China.
Having sourced and spread the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the disease it causes COVID-19 CCP is now busy expanding its 'viruses of governance' globally causing even more abuse and death for humanity and all onboard spaceship Earth. The world does not know how many Chinese people died of COVID-19 in China because CCP lies and is not performing according to its international treaty obligations.
We have researched and found credible references that CCP's narratives about the 13 December 1937 'Nanjing Massacre' are false.
It was the Allies lead by America who defeated the Japanese army in 1945. Also false are CCP's claim that the 'People's Republic of China' (PRC), founded in 1949, is a state created by defeating the invading Japanese army.
CCP's Chairman Mao Zedong, by conspiring with the Japanese' enemy against CCP's partner Chiang Kai-shek's KMT (ROC), was a traitor to the people of China during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) and during the so called Chinese 'civil war' of 1945-1949.
Mao's treason cost the lives of numerous Chinese civilians, including those who died during the 'Nanjing Massacre'. Mao's treason also cost the lives of numerous Chinese troops fighting for China under KMT who were supposed to be fighting alongside CCP and against China's enemy, the Japanese army:
+ CCP's (also called CPC in China) 'People's Republic of China' (PRC) is a government created on 1 October 1949 after CCP defeating Chiang Kai-shek's 'Republic of China' (ROC) Kuomintang (KMT) forces in a so called 'civil war'. This was after the Sino-Japanese War ended in 1945. Therefore, PRC is not a state created by defeating the enemy, the Japanese army. The proof is that Japan announced defeat to the Allies on 15 August 1945, but it was 1 October 1949 that the PRC was founded. During this four-year period, the KMT and the CCP allied with the Japanese army, waged a fierce so called 'civil war' in China.
It was the Allies lead by America that defeated the Japanese in 1945 - yet the Allies made no claim on Chinese territory then under Japanese rule - except to later designate Taiwan as having the UN right to self-determination.
+ During the Second Sino-Japanese War, Mao Zedong concentrated his efforts on conspiring, as a traitor to the Chinese people, with the Japanese army to weaken the KMT forces. Mao's plan was to extend the war against the Japanese to weaken the KMT until he could defeat them.
Mao Zedong sent Communist spies to make direct contact with the Japanese army, even going as far as to propose a truce between the CPC forces and the Japanese army.
Mao planted communist spies, such as Pan Hannian, in the Japanese Foreign Ministry’s local agency Maison Iwai and sold KMT military intelligence obtained from the puppet 'National Government' in Chongqing through the KMT-CPC Cooperation to the Japanese at a high price, creating an environment in which it was easy for the Japanese military to deal blows to the KMT forces.
+ While Mao Zedong was alive, he was loath to mention the 'Nanjing Incident' (also called the 'Nanjing Massacre').
No attempt was made by Mao to include the 'Nanjing Massacre' in PRC school textbooks: This is because it was feared that any mention of the Nanjing Massacre would risk exposing the fact that the CPC forces did not properly fight against the Japanese army.
ENDO Homare wrote:
"While Mao Zedong was alive, he was loath to mention the Nanjing Incident (Nanjing Massacre) and also made no attempt to include it in textbooks. This is because around 13 December 1937 when the Nanjing Massacre occurred, the CPC forces led by Mao Zedong and his supporters had fled so deep into the mountains that they could not be attacked by the Japanese army. That was the mountainous region of Yan’an in Shaanxi province. It was the KMT forces led by Chiang Kai-shek who fought on the frontline in the 'Nanjing Massacre' against the Japanese.
Zhang Guotao, Chairman of the Military Commission of the Fourth Red Army, who was in Yan’an by 4 April 1938, recorded in his memoir that when they first heard about the Lugouqiao (Lugou Bridge) Incident (incident that marked the start of the Sino-Japanese war) on 7 July 1937, Mao Zedong and his supporters were pleased, saying that “this would weaken the KMT forces.”
Also in The Life of Mao Zedong edited by the Party Literature Research Center of the CPC Central Committee, there are just four Chinese characters that translate as the “fall of Nanjing” in the section for the day on which the Nanjing Incident occurred. The Life of Mao Zedong is a huge work covering Mao Zedong’s entire life, organized into 9 volumes and more than 6,000 pages in total, and yet, throughout the whole work, the words “Nanjing Massacre” do not appear even once. This is because it was feared that any mention of the Nanjing Massacre would risk exposing the fact that the CPC forces did not properly fight against the Japanese army. Accordingly, as long as Mao Zedong was alive, the Nanjing Massacre was basically not mentioned in any school text books."
Traitor Mao Zedong’s founding philosophy was to ensure that he always reigned supreme. This is the exact same philosophy of the current CCP Emperor Xi Jinping.
HK police harassing a young family during 2019 protests.
CCP cannot be trusted by anyone to do anything other than to remain in power in China to enrich themselves!
Since 2015 we are increasingly seeing a dangerous resurgence of 'Cultural Revolution' Maoist era CCP nationalism under Emperor Xi Jinping. However, there may now be pushback within CCP.
CCP and HK government's EDB slapdown attack of innocent HK primary schoolchildren is a nationalist rallying call to all HK Han Chinese to toe the official CCP line or else - remember we have your children's minds as hostages! This is another example of CCP's torture by coercion of HK civil society using its rule BY law.
One day the truth about HK will come out. The world needs a full accounting of the false criminal accusations, arbitrary convictions, assaults by police, rapes, disappearances, murder, treason and other crimes committed by CCP and HK government that have occurred since June 2019 against HK and HK protesters.
When CCP plays their nationalist racism against 'foreigners' card - in this case the Japanese - they are at the bottom of the barrel with nowhere else to go. Are we there yet...NO!
Pepe and Jeremiah B.
A small young HK boy is arrested by police outside the HK airport in Chep Lap Kok.
CCP please answer all of the following UN letters sent to you:
Mandates of the UN Special Rapporteur 28 June 2019 (On 12 June 2021 protest)
Our blogs for you to read and share if you wish:
Yahoo News 17 December 2021 'Patriots or pretenders? Students navigate Hong Kong classroom crackdown'
Taiwan News 15 December 2021 'Hong Kong elementary school shows students ‘necessary’ Nanking Massacre video'
The Guardian 13 December 2021 'Hong Kong school faces backlash after children shown graphic footage of Nanjing massacre'
RFA 13 December 2021 'People's Daily article lauds Deng's economic reforms; doesn't mention Xi Jinping'
HKFP 13 December 2021 '‘Extremely brutal’ gov’t-supplied footage of Nanjing massacre footage shown to Hong Kong children as young as six'
RTHK 13 December 2021 'Children offered counselling after massacre lesson'
RTHK 13 December 2021 'China remembers victims of Nanjing Massacre'
RTHK 12 December 2021 'Schools must use massacre footage with care: bureau'
The Standard 12 December 2021 'Tuen Mun school draws complaints after it shows Nanjing massacre video to primary one students'