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Right-wingers will lead Japan to trouble

(People's Daily Online)

16:17, August 21, 2012

150 Japanese right-wingers held a memorial ceremony on the sea and 10 of them set foot on the Diaoyu Islands and stayed there for over two hours on Aug. 19, 2012 (Photo/People's Daily Online)

On Aug. 19, 150 Japanese right-wingers held a memorial ceremony on the sea and 10 of them set foot on the Diaoyu Islands and stayed there for over two hours.

The Japanese right-wingers have two intentions to forcibly land on the Diaoyu Islands: fishing for political capital and provoking China-Japan antagonism to drive Japan on the dangerous road of seeking its own interests at the expense of neighbors. The intention of holding a memorial ceremony for the dead is to use the traditional culture and national mentality to kidnap the public opinion of Japan on the nationalism and militarism.

Most of these right-wingers active in Japanese political field and media have an origin and ideological roots inextricably linked with the pre-war militarism and extreme right-wing ideology. Tokyo Governor Shintaro Ishihara, who staged a farce of purchasing the Diaoyu Islands, had denied the Nanjing Massacre and spread xenophobic speeches.

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