Japan's true aim was to drive the white man out of Asia.
Quoted in "Race War" - Page 82 - by Gerald Horne
The west has always shown a sympathetic, although patronizing, appreciation of the old Japan. Many a foreign observer would remark with a sigh: 'What a pity that things of the past, of beauty and joy forever, should be so mercilessly sacrificed on the altar of modernism!'Toshio Shiratori
We are not imitating Hitler and Mussolini. They are imitating us. They have just discovered what we knew for centuries: that a corporate, collectivist system pays.Toshio Shiratori
The most serious menace to Japan comes from the Soviet Union. Numerous European countries will eventually embrace Communism. So will China and India if we just watch them with folded arms.Toshio Shiratori
The war has now moved from China to South Eastern Asia, and is about to enter the stage of the war for all Asia.Toshio Shiratori
...the three Powers, discarding the ideologies of individualism and democracy, have adopted the principle of dealing with human society from the totalitarian point of view.Toshio Shiratori