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The racism unprovoked hate and misguided patriotism aimed at Kabuo Miyamoto is remnants from the veterans of WWII who cannot let the war go because of the deep emotional ties to the memories Since there have been people who are different there has existed an intolerance and sometimes a baseless hatred towards those who chose to and are sometimes forced to be different from the normal There are several reasons for the racism towards Kabuo Miyamoto in Snow Falling On Cedars Mrs Heines reason for her unbridled hate was that she thought that the Japanese were inferior to white people and that they should never have been allowed to immigrate Some of the fisherman featured in the story simply had a fear of the unknown and didnt know what to think so they interpret the foreigner as a threat The coroner that looked over the body of Carl Heine after the murder stated that he had seen injuries almost exactly like those sustained by Mr Heine in World War II caused by a gun butt to the head or by a long stick Mrs Heines hate for the Japanese stems from her childhood and is unexplained but for whatever unknown reason she cannot forgive any race but her own Looking at this and the year in which this all took place we can easily say that she was always one to agree with the country of her birth Not to say that she is a Nazi sympathizer but at least one to believe in the causes of her motherland They missed payments for 3 months said Mrs Heine lying while under oath This shows how much she dislikes Kabuo because she is willing to lie under oath and risk imprisonment so she can see somebody of the Japanese decent take the blame for her sons death At the very least she is over-embellishing the truth to an unjust end In this she is
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