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Apology Issue Should or shouldnt Japan apologize for its actions in World War II Japan has done some really dumb things in its past along with the US and a lot of other countries What makes Japans past an issue is that it has yet to apologize for the use and abuse of Philippine Dutch and Chinese women as Comfort Women The Rape of Nanking and many other things The Japanese imperial army was to blame for all most all of theses things not the Japanese people But because of the Armys actions and propaganda there has arisen a hint of racism towards the offended people and vise versa I think that this is because of not only the actions but Japans failure to properly apologize for them Should they apologize Yes but just like when a man kills or injures an another saying sorry rings hollow in the ears of the victim and their family But the act of saying it and meaning it can lead to healing The Japanese government has apologized to the Korean women that the imperial army used as teishinai and although it was a long and hard journey for the few that spoke up it has led to healing For China the Rape of Nanking and the invasion of Manchuria both caused by Japans imperial army were major disgraces to their honor and the Chinese do not take their honor lightly Just like the Japanese honor of the family and of their country is one of the most important things in their cultures So far there hasnt been any attempt to apologize for these by the Japanese The hundreds of people who died at the hands of the imperial army can not be brought back by the simple act of saying sorry but Japan hasnt even said a word about it Healing begins with the first one to bend and in this case Japan needs
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