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COMMENT: In numerous programs  and posts, we have set forth  the re-institution  of the dominant political , f inancial  and industrial  elements of Imperial Japanese fascism  in the wake of World War II .
Reviewing a recent film set against the background of Unit 731 (a relative rarity in, and of, itself), The New York Times noted the institutionalized historical revisionism that is part of contemporary Japanese life.
” . . . . In Tokyo, black vans often prowl the streets spouting propaganda that rewrites the country’s role in the war. And publishers churn out books disputing the most basic facts about atrocities. . . .”
. . . . Japanese missions abroad routinely criticize depictions of the Imperial Army’s wartime brothel system, where women were often forced into sexual slavery. In Tokyo, black vans often prowl the streets spouting propaganda that rewrites the country’s role in the war. And publishers churn out books disputing the most basic facts about atrocities. . . .