Sunday, July 27, 2014

Arson at the Yasukuni Shrine

 Arson at the Yasukuni Shrine

On the grounds of the Yasukuni Shrine are two smaller shrines to the left.  These smaller shrines house the enshrined names of some Americans and other foreigners.  Access to these two smaller shrines has been hindered by a locked security gate.  This gate is only open a few hours a day.  This hindered access was initiated last year after two Korean idiots attempted to cause a fire (arson) at the main gate to the shrine. 

The Yasukuni Shinto shrine is dedicated to the soldiers and others who died on behalf of Japan, registering near two and a half million names enshrined.  A visit to this shrine by foreigners and notable Japanese brings with it scathing criticism from some neighboring nations.  Their complaint is out of the two and a half million spirits honored at the Yasukuni Shrine; around one hundred were convicted as war criminals by the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (IMTFE or known as Tokyo Trails or Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal).  Should be noted the legitimacy of tribunal is in question by many.

Here is what is interesting:  During World War Two Japan occupied around twenty-four nations and battled around twelve Allied nations.  Out of the twenty-four occupied and twelve Allied nations, only two nations object to any official visitation to the Yasukuni Shrine.

The commies in China object because they are commies and that is what commies do, very simplistic.  South Korean constant moaning over this issue is interesting.  South Korean and Japan share similar security issues in reference to red-China and North Korea, yet the South Koreans allow this issue to widen the distance between Tokyo and Seoul.

Note:  This video is not a criticism of all Koreans, just the two idiots who attempted to commit the crime of access causing this hindered access.

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