Heal Our Planet Earth

Target Japan's Achilles' heel to halt whaling and dolphining - Anthony Marr

Chronicle, November 11, 2004 - Chinese American writer Iris Chang was found dead of a gun shot wound in South Bay...

May Chin condemns Japanese war crimes against the natives of Taiwan..

Is this a part of the legendary samurai's code?

Japanese torture of American POWs is world known, including a case where a pencil was slowly pushed into one ear and out the other, but Japanese atrocities in China is all but buried.

And I, of Chinese extraction, see it as my duty to take over where Iris Chang left off. No, not for revenge, but to halt the ongoing atrocity.

For though Japan no longer massacres other nation's civilians, its blood-lust and cruelty has not ceased.

It has only been transfer to other sentient victims.

Japan's damnable war crimes in China is its Achilles' heel. Japan is doing whatever it can to conceal its bloody history from its own younger generations. No, you can't!

I am warning you, Japan! Until the day you announce the termination of your cruel whaling and dolphin capture/slaughter industries, we will continue streaming out similar and worse pictures of your war crimes, which most of the world have never seen. We will do this for as long as it takes. There are thousands more in our archive.

In honor of my beloved mother, who was almost captured as a "comfort woman", to be raped, tortured and murdered.

Anthony Marr, Founder and President
Heal Our Planet Earth (HOPE)
Global Anti-Hunting Coalition (GAHC)
[email protected]
www.AnimalVoices.org  .

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