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Aug 10, 2015

Prime Minister’s Speech in Peace Memorial Ceremony: Jeers such as “Go home!” and “Protect the Constitution!” Heard / Russian lawmaker calls for declaring A-bombings of Japan crime against humanity

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Prime Minister’s Speech in Peace Memorial Ceremony: Jeers such as “Go home!” and “Protect the Constitution!” Heard / Russian lawmaker calls for declaring A-bombings of Japan crime against humanity

According to the article, while delivering a speech, jeers were heard. I think it is quite unusual. Even supposing he is a psychopath, he would know that he is disliked. More and more jeers should be heard in such a situation.
You can see in the original article the whole text of Prime Minister Abe’s speech, which is too meaningless to read. Although he said “it is possible to transport nuclear weapons in terms of the security legislation” and “it is possible to possess nuclear arms” in the Diet, he gives a speech in the ceremony by saying “we will advance our efforts to realize ‘a world free of nuclear weapons’”. He is absolutely a psychopath.

Masatoshi Takeshita
August 6, 2015


English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: Health Management Method.jp – August 6, 2015 –

[Video] Prime Minister’s Speech in Peace Memorial Ceremony: Jeers such as “Go home!” and “Protect the Constitution!” Heard


Prime Minister Abe delivers a speech in Peace Memorial Ceremony on Hiroshima A-bombing Day

Prime Minister Abe delivered a speech in Peace Memorial Day held in Hiroshima on August 6, 2015. While delivering a speech, jeers were heard.

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English translation of the Japanese version of sputniknews – August 6, 2015 –

Russian lawmaker calls for declaring A-bombings of Japan crime against humanity

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Mr. Franz Klintsevich, the deputy leader of the United Russia faction and the chairman of the State Defense Committee, has called on the UN to declare A-bombings of Japan in 1945 crime against humanity.

Mr. Klintsevich said at a press conference on 5 prior to the 70th anniversary of A-bombings: “The atom bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6 and 9, 1945 had no limitary reasons behind. The United States used them as an act of intimidation – and not so much against Japan as against the Soviet Union.

Mr. Klintsevich also pointed out that “I believe that the act of vandalism, insane by nature, was a real crime against humanity, and it should be declared so by all international institutions concerned, including the United Nations.”

Mr. Klintsevich also said that such crimes are not subject to the statute of limitations. He ended his speech by saying: “These days, 70 years after, it is still not too late to officially declare that act as a crime against humanity. That must be certainly be done to ensure no one ever has an idea of doing anything like this again.”


(Note) Partial change is made, based on the Japanese version of sputniknews.

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