I'm still resentful
For being called barbarians.
I carved my hatred
On the handle of my knifes.
In the past, my ancestors
Took over vast territories
From others by force;
In the present, our eight Manchurian tribes
Are all ready
To fight for our lofty positions.
We'll never give up our dreams
To rule the land under the blue skies.
-- by TV showman, Manchu dynasty promoter Yan
This dxxxx scoundrel's behave of glorifying violence, aggression
and genocide can only be matched by Japanese right wing group
who denies Nanjing massacre.
If we can swallow Yan's praise of Manchu killing [of Hans
and other ethnic people] under the pretext of national unity,
why can't we as well swallow Japanese denial of Nanjing massacre
[under the excuse of world harmony]?
Freedom of speech always has its certain limits. I would
like to know if Yan has guts to acclaim Nazi carnage of Jews
in Germany or Israel, telling them this was the necessary
step for social development and progress.
I would like to reveal a couple of things about Yan.
Yan's great-grandfather belonged to the so-called Ornamented
White Flag tribe (a low rank tribe in strictly hierarchical
Manchu community). After Manchu dynasty Qing was overthrown,
his father changed his ethnic identity to Han and later worked
for Japanese army during the WWII and assisted their operation
of occupying land of China and killing Chinese people.
There is one thing that Yan hates to be known by others:
When he studied in the United States, he applied research
fund for his project called "Golden Ages of Emperors
Kangxi and Qianlong." However, his applications were
rejected by all six institutions in America and Europe that
he approached, and he was told by one of the Sinologist that
the eras under Kangxi and Qianlong were not China's golden
ages, but the darkest periods in its history.
(1945年被苏军俘虏) 的部下, 其父 (曾经参与抓捕高永久未遂) 是蓬莱日伪军的汉奸维持会长, 45年日本投降后举家四处躲避,
现在他对满人以及满清也有无法言喻的感情, 总是"梦回大清" .
阎xx曾向欧美六所大学兜售"康乾盛世"并申请研究经费时居然全部被拒, 而且还遭到一位美国汉学家的讥讽: "这不是中国的黄金时期,而是最黑暗的时期!"
Now Yan denies what he has said and the mainstream media
in China seems to stand by him. When it comes to the words
published on Jinbao, Big River net and suho.com, they all
become selectively blind.
18 October 2005, when asked about literary persecution carried
out by Manchu regime Yongzheng, Yan replied: "It was
necessary to help stabilising the newly established Manchu
reign, so it has positive effects."
5 November 2006, Yan was questioned if it is a war crime
when Manchurians raided the Ming villages and kidnapped 970,000
people and cattle, he answered, "To Manchurians, it
was great; but to the Han civilians, they lost their loved
ones and life stocks, it was sad. Now looking back in the
context of the social progress, we can hardly say it's really
good or bad."
So we've learned a few things from this television showman:
We can hardly say it's a happy occasion or sad incident
when Nazi Germany invaded Poland as it was necessary for
Hitler's effort to control the whole Europe.
We can, again, hardly consider it's a happy occasion or
sad incident when Japanese troops raped and massacred
Chinese in Nanjing, as it was necessary for Japanese
soldiers to release their emotional and physical stress during
their mission of conquering Asia.
I have an advice for some historian-turned-showmen and showwomen
on TV program Baijianjiangtan: Please learn to give
some basic respect to history. If you play around facts for
achieving high rating, you'd better be well prepared to receive
more slaps in face.
Yan is just a clown on the stage, the real culprits are
behind the curtains.
I would like to ask why they rescheduled the TV talk show
and broadcast Yan's episode [that acclaimed Manchu genocide
of the Han and other Chinese] during the Beijing
The current view on history has shaken the very foundation
of Chinese nation. If we don't rectify this trend, when one
day China is again invaded by some external forces, I would
wonder how many people will stand up and join the resistance
movement, as in future they might well be viewed as criminals
who hinder the progress of world integration.
Examining history we found when the Han was strong China
was strong, when the Han was weak China was weak and in civil
wars . We're now at a crossroad: do we want a strong China
or a weak China in which the overwhelming majority of Chinese,
people, are virtually the second class citizens in their
Loud Slap in the Face (1)
Empty Town (2)