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How did ww2 affect taiwan? At least here in chile we make some nazi jokes since it didn't affect us. Still nazism it's a no-no for almost everyone and it was a big deal when a guy tried to make a "nazi school"

I think people have to consider that taboo topics vary a lot in different cultures and countries (btw the tank is cool)



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Faelco said:

Half of Asia cry if the Japanese Prime Minister visit a temple honoring the dead Japanese soldiers. But let's celebrate Hitler, nothing wrong with that...

That's because the "evil side" (make no mistake, they absolutely commited several grave atrocities) of the asian part of WW2 was Japan and not the Nazis.

Obviously it's ironic they kinda respect Hitler/Nazis considering he/they would think of east-asian people as "subhuman" and work or gas them to death. Even the alliance with Japan was out of convinience (as Japan had already started fighting with several asian nations and the Udssr) and not out of respect.



Anyone watch the show "Finding Hitler"?



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spurgeonryan said:
Anyone watch the show "Finding Hitler"?

Obviously, he fled into Taiwan... 🙄







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Lafiel said:
Faelco said:

Half of Asia cry if the Japanese Prime Minister visit a temple honoring the dead Japanese soldiers. But let's celebrate Hitler, nothing wrong with that...

that's because the "evil side" (make no mistake, they absolutely commited several grave atrocities) of the asian part of WW2 was Japan and not the Nazis

obviously it's ironic they kinda respect Hitler/Nazis considering he/they would think of east-asian people as "subhuman", even the alliance with Japan was out of convinience (as Japan already started fighting with several asian nations and the Udssr) and not out of respect

Oh, don't worry, I know what Japan did during WW2, I just find it ironic to cry about evil guys but to celebrate their European equivalent. It's like saying "It's fun when millions of people get murdered, if it's not our country", I don't know if it's ignorance or stupidity.



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Faelco said:

Oh, don't worry, I know what Japan did during WW2, I just find it ironic to cry about evil guys but to celebrate their European equivalent. It's like saying "It's fun when millions of people get murdered, if it's not our country", I don't know if it's ignorance or stupidity.

the truth probably is that everybody loves/wants to be the "strong man"

many of the most beloved historical figures were brutal mass murdering sociopaths and that's why they made a mark in history



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michael_stutzer said:
Ruler said:

Why would it be cool? its a disgrace to the millions of people killed.

Do you think all the movies about WW2 is a disgrace as well?  Or games for that matter.

 

KungKras said:
michael_stutzer said:

Do you think all the movies about WW2 is a disgrace s well?  Or games for that matter.

This

only if its shown in the real historical context or without glorification of nazism. Why do have these schoolchildren a fetish for mass murders?



I guess we are gonna take bad jokes seriously, however tasteless they are.



I've also seen Taiwanese comments responding negatively. For example, one was something along the lines of calling it throwing salt in historic wounds. Another said it was a display of ignorance. All in all, not to far from the comments here.