annatar1914 wrote:Rei, you are aware that as we've discussed before there was a huge community of Anti-Bolshevik Russians living in Harbin, Manchuria and several units of Russian troops who bravely fought in the Kwantung army?
Yes, but I'll say the same thing that I said before. If desperate right-wing Russians wanted to collaborate with Axis to literally destroy Russia, it should be obvious that Russia is not going to exist afterwards, so that would not be inconvenient to my narrative, it'd be inconvenient to yours.
Hideki Tojo's plan was to meet Adolf Hitler in Moscow after the USSR was defeated, and undo the dams so that the entire of Moscow would become a giant lake. That was actually the plan.
UnusuallyUsual wrote:This Rei person obviously does not speak on behalf of all Japanese people.
Indeed, I cannot speak on behalf of leftist traitors, for example.
UnusuallyUsual wrote:I, for one, frankly *don't* understand Rei's "position" especially with regards to just blanket hate of all things Russia.
Well, given that you are Russian, I don't expect that you'd be able to understand it, since your perspective would be Russian.
benpenguin wrote:For that...actually none of us do.
You have to have a certain mentality to get it. Either you do, or you don't. For people who don't get it, there's basically nothing that I can tell you that will make you see it
, since in my experience that's just how it is with people. Either you look at the history of Russia and decide that Russia needs to be destroyed, or you don't. A lot of issues are like that, where if you don't get it, it just means that you don't get it.
I don't necessarily need you to get it. It makes things easier if you accept it as a kind of 'black box', because then I don't have to write so much. It simply is what it is, and I shouldn't need to bother justifying it any further than I have. I can present you with the geostrategic interests, and so on, so that you can see the logic behind it, and I do that all the time. I cannot make
you think like I do, though.