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The flag is a controversial image in South Korea and is associated with Japanese imperial actions in Korea between 1910 and 1945.
Netizens have expressed mostly outrage and offence in reaction to the image, as well as pointing to flaws in the education system as the problem, stating that history should receive more focus.
Controversy is rising surrounding images circulated by SNS of “The Ascension of the Rising Sun,” reputedly made by Korean university students. On the first of this month, an image of a the Rising Sun flag of imperial Japan was posted online on both Twitter and other internet forums. The picture depicts seven students standing against the background of a Rising Sun, raising their hands in the “Heil Hitler” Nazi salute towards one student standing in the middle.
The situation was made public when a design school student published it on Kakao Story via his smartphone.
Meanwhile, in the countries of Northeast Asia, the Rising Sun flag’s design of a Red Sun surrounded by the sun’s rays embodies Japanese imperialism and militarism and displaying it as a logo is strictly forbidden. For some time, Japanese sports fans have displayed the Rising Sun rather than the national flag of Japan, inciting public anger. This is what happens when national history becomes an elective subject on the national college entrance exam. They come from the same university where those other students blocked the street with their dancing in a circle, Gangwon-do’s piece of shit university.
Sangji University has become famous nationwide, kids with shit for brains and kids who want to fill their brains with crap, now you know where you are going for university. These Lee Myung-Park Geun-hye-worshipping parasites of the traitorous New Right have distorted history with their alternative textbook (based on non-existent historical records) These are the kind of people who currently rule the Republic of Korea. Once you make history an optional topic on the uni selection exam, you start getting these idiots who don’t know history. So these are the students who are struggling to attend university and get the money for tuition?
This is the portrait of South Korea in 2013, where you study history only to prepare for the university entrance exam. It’s obvious what kind of future awaits us if people who have never once used their brains can enter a university. Why are there so many of these idiots, who may call themselves university students but have nothing but shit for brains…!! If they know enough about the Nazi salute to imitate it, then there is no way they could be ignorant about what the Nazis did. Help us maintain a vibrant and dynamic discussion section that is accessible and enjoyable to the majority of our readers.
On a personal level im guessing this is what koreans are dealing with to the japanese flag? To you, a flag might not be a big deal but to others who have been affected by something that is represented by a flag, that is the real underlying issue. I just don’t see how people can be so easily offended by something that obviously has no purpose other than to be offensive.


Japanese are not taught about true history, Koreans are taught racism and anti-American ideas.
Why do Japanese keep bringing up massacres in Korea and Vietnam, and trying to equate them to Japan? The Korean War massacres from all sides are well documented and they are taught in Korean history classes in schools.
South Korean troops in Vietnam were not sent over as conquerors but as allies of South Vietnam – unlike Japan who went all over Asia to conquer, rape, kill, and colonize.
Are you seriously equating the deployment of South Korean troops to Vietnam to the Japanese empire?
Japanese keep uploading such videos of Korean troops in Vietnam all the time, usually spreading their lies repeatedly, as if this would justify their current denials on war time history. The North Vietnamese were not scared of any of the soldiers fighting with the south except the Koreans. If those students were seen holding up the Nazi flags and saluting in Nazi salut, the reactions here would be…. What do you expect from dirty chinilpas, don’t they forget about the massacres Japs did to us?
That’s a bizarre way of framing this, considering Nazi chic is so popular in East Asia whilst Imperial Japanese insignia is practically non-existent in the West. I agree with you for the most part, it seems to me the picture is meant to draw the parallels between the two, especially in the wake of the nationalist protests in Japan, but that doesn’t seem to be the context it is taken it.
But you are right to point out some South Koreans failed to have a deeper understanding of the magnitude of Nazi’s inhumane and racist slaughter. But what should be noted is that Japan has bern showing much troubling tendency in what many former colonized countries calls a brazen negligence of wartime atrocities of epic proportions that is and will be one ofvthe biggest obstacles to Japan’s rise as a regional power. Tokyo anachronistically tends to think of itself as the victime of Japan-initiated second world war when it comes to atomic bomb attacks on Nagasaki and Hiroshima.
Some Japanese say of the impossibility of Japanese admission of guilt for its wartime wrongdoings because such an acknowledgement could result in questioning the holyness of thr Japanese emperor who was behind the war and has been the cornerstone of the Japanese hierarchical societal order. But a persisted denial and silence of its smeared imperialist past could brig out Japan’s isolation and its prolonged reliance on its master the United States who see the usefulness of Tokyo as a water breaker against a wave of rising Chinese influences. I want to end all of controversies the bunch of young lads have made by sending them to the North’s detention camp where pain would teach them on what they have to go through before the inconsiderate pulibicity ploy is conceived in their minds.
Before, during, and after WW2 Japan prohibited mistreatment and expulsion of Jews in Japan, Manchuria and China in accordance with the spirit of racial equality on which Japan had insisted for many years.
For the sake of their own people and nation, Prime Minister Konoe as well as the ruling party in Japan rejected the racist influences of German Nazism and Italian Fascism.
The agency responsible for the safety of the Fukushima nuclear plant was Magna BSP (Jewish company), coincidence? Today Germany (ex-nazis) is one of the most powerful countries in the World, after US and China for its political (NATO), cultural and economic influence, far above Japan. Are you really saying that the Japanese in WWII where in no way comparable to Nazi Germany?
Some of the numerous atrocities committed by the commander Shiro Ishii and others under his command in Unit 731 include: vivisection of living people (including pregnant women who were impregnated by the doctors), prisoners had limbs amputated and reattached to other parts of their body, some prisoners had parts of their bodies frozen and thawed to study the resulting untreated gangrene. I admit I did not know about Chiune Sugihara and the Jews, but implying that the Japanese where better than the Germans is quite ludicrous.


Princeton in Ishikawa program made t-shirts with this flag… Don’t they know what this flag means for Asians? This stunt comes amidst other controversies, such as MMA fighter Georges St-Pierre removing the image form his gi on the request of Korean boxer Chan Sung Jung (who compared the image as being equivalent to the German Nazi Flag in Korean culture) and a Korean exchange student studying in Northern Ireland formally requesting that a British sushi company remove the image from its logo. Others blamed the the student’s university, Sangji University, for having low academic standards. On the bottom of the composite image was photoshopped the word “DESIGN”, the name of a group of design students. Recently, right wing extremists in Japan have also displayed the Rising Sun at protests and a Japanese martial artist has attended matches wearing a uniform emblazoned with the Rising Sun. The exact reason why the New Right Japan-sympathising brownshirts made national history into an elective subject is to encourage incidents such as this. Stupid people unaware of the suffering in their history will suffer the same suffering again..
These are the same type of people that had been offended by Marilyn Manson, Eminem, and Quentin Tarantino. Koreans first to kill and rape away from homes if poor Mr America or Ms Vietnam are in trouble of not making enough kills and rapes to get some money from Mr America!
So you’re writing that they went into that messed up jungle to bring peace and love everywhere?
After trying it on with them a few times the Korean sector was effectively pacified until they pulled their units out. In fact, Nazi chic is more popular in the West as well––be it the Sex Pistols or Prince Harry of Wales––so this is hardly a case of double standards. I mean, to me that picture is exactly saying the same thing you just did, but without any words. A hipster is just a trendy person who imagines him or herself to be an iconoclast or misunderstood genius, usually rich and spoiled without a grasp on reality. But the Japanese public have surprisingly lost rhe ability to project its painful memories from nuclear catastrophe into empathy with immense sufferijg it inflicted on many Asian countries–a compelling explanation as to why Japan has failed to win credibility from East Asian countries while it has been a leading ODA contributor in the region.
They believed they had the right to rule over Asia as they found themselves superior to other countries.
It was responsible for some of the most notorious war crimes carried out by Japanese personnel. Frankly I don’t know how can any one deny the similarities between both… what is your angle? I just find it obvious how those hipsters are trying to compare Imperial Japan to Nazi Germany… If anything I read it as an attempt to bring historical awareness to modern day Korea. Franklin Roosevelt (of Jewish background) in 1939 to initiate the Manhattan Project for the production of an atomic bomb. Prisoners were injected with strains of diseases, disguised as vaccinations, to study their effects. One was used in a secret test, and the other two were used to destroy the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.



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