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温哥华『五四』大遊行:抗議日本

 
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發表發表於: 五月 星期三 04, 2005 3:37 pm    文章主題: 温哥华『五四』大遊行:抗議日本 引言回覆

> > 抗議日本竄改二戰侵略史實及反對日本成為安理會常任理事國
> > 『五四』大遊行
> > 日期﹕2005年5月4日 (星期三)
> > 集會時間﹕上午十時正
> > 集合地點﹕溫哥華華埠中華文化中心50 East Pender St. Vancouver
> >
>緣由﹕日本是第二次世界大戰的侵略國,那場慘無人道的戰爭,帶給亞洲人民深重的苦難。單就中國便有三千五百萬軍民傷亡,被毀壞和掠奪之財產損失更不計其數,在南京時屠殺了三十多萬無辜的男女老幼;數十萬良家婦女被日軍強迫當性奴隸;近百萬軍民死於生物武器實驗及使用。日軍並違反日內瓦公約,殘殺、虐待盟國(包括加拿大)的戰俘。

日本侵略罪行鐵証如山,但日本政府從未正式承認,進行道歉或作出賠償。反之,日本政府最近更進一步蓄意篡改教科書,歪曲史實,美化侵略,蒙蔽世人,逃脫罪責,將發動侵華歸咎中國。聯合國安理會之責任是維護世界和平。日本對歷史不負責任,對罪行拒不悔改,得不到鄰國的信任。因此,日本絕無資格成為安理會常任理事國。

華裔社群特發起簽名請願﹐要求加拿大政府在日本未承擔二戰侵略暴行罪責前﹐不可支持日本成為安理會常任理事國。請願書除交加國政府外﹐特於『五四運動』八十六週年當日﹐遊行至溫哥華日本領事館遞交抗議書。
目的﹕向日本政府表達歪曲二戰侵略暴行史實、不肯承擔罪責﹐是不會得到愛好和平人士信任的。日本必須以行動表示對歷史負責﹐向受害人進行道歉、作出賠償﹐以史為鑒﹐才能為地區及世界和平奠定基礎。

路線﹕由中華文化中心出發沿Pender 經Abbott 轉入Hastings, 遊行至1177 W. Hastings 日本領事館。

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1 是此集會遊行是以和平、冷靜、理性的行動﹐去表達我們正義的訴求。為集會遊行能順利及安全進行﹐參加者請遵從大會主持及糾察之指示。
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3 請勿攜帶任何國旗或黨旗出席集會遊行。
4 歡迎參加者自備橫額、標語﹐但不得有侮辱性、種族仇恨或歧視之字眼。大會鼓勵自備之橫額、標語以英語書寫﹐讓非華裔人士能明白是次活動之目的及訴求。大會亦有標語牌提供。
5 為清楚表達我們的訴求﹐請採用大會已印製之口號。
6 未能參加集會遊行者﹐可直接於上午十一時半到日本領事館與遊行隊伍會合。

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http://www.canada.com/vancouver/vancouversun/news/westcoastnews/story.html?id=774888b9-439d-48ae-860d-e42afc5025e3

War activities protested
Joel Baglole
Vancouver Sun
May 5, 2005

VANCOUVER - Tensions between China and Japan spilled into Vancouver's streets Wednesday as more than 500 people marched on the city's Japanese consulate to demand that Japan's government apologize for its military actions in Asia during the Second World War.

Waving signs and chanting "shame" and "down with Japanese militarism," throngs of primarily older men and women of Chinese descent walked west from Millennium Gate to the consulate at 1177 West Hastings.

The peaceful demonstration was staged to protest several issues, including the revision of a Japanese history textbook used in that country's schools. The Chinese claim the revised textbook omits references to military actions Japan took across Asia from 1931 to 1945, when the country was a colonial power.

The protesters were also voicing anger over the fact that Japan's government has never formally apologized in its Parliament for the actions it committed during the Second World War. Because of this, the protesters said, they oppose Japan's bid to win a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council.

"Japan doesn't want to apologize to the victims of World War II," said Sunny Xu, 56, a computer programmer from Anhui province in central China who has lived in Vancouver since 1995. "So many people died during the war, and the Japanese government denies that history. The Japanese government must apologize for its actions," added Xu.

The Japanese consulate last week issued warnings about the protest to Japanese-Canadians and Japanese tourists, asking them to be mindful of the demonstration.

Japan's militarism during the Second World War has been a contentious issue in Asia for years, particularly for China, which claims that millions of Chinese were killed by Japanese soldiers during the war in what is often called the Asian holocaust.

The recently revised history textbook prompted the governments of China and South Korea to publicly criticize Japan's government, saying the textbook revisions amount to a whitewashing of Second World War atrocities. In recent weeks, thousands of protesters in China demonstrated against Japan. During one demonstration, more than 10,000 protesters pelted the Japanese consulate in Shanghai with bottles and rocks.

Wednesday's Vancouver protest coincided with the anniversary of the May Fourth Movement of 1919, a historic day of protests held in Beijing that are believed to have sparked modern Chinese nationalism.

"We are doing this to bring the issue to a head," said George Chow, 55, an engineer from Canton.
Once at the Japanese consulate, Chow -- an organizer of the Vancouver demonstration -- presented a list of demands to consul officials. The demands included a request for a public apology in Japan's parliament and by Japan's prime minister, a law mandating that textbooks in Japan reflect history, and that all denials of the Asian holocaust be outlawed.

Chow later told the assembled crowd he was disappointed Japan's consul general, Toshiyuki Taga, did not meet him in person to receive the demands.

The Japanese consulate issued a statement Wednesday that said it would forward the protesters' demands to Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tokyo. The statement also said, "Japan has expressed its deep remorse and deep regret as well as expressed its sincere apology for damage inflicted by the acts of Japan, especially in Asian countries by colonization or aggression."

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