SDHF Newsletter No.102J ユネスコに厳重抗議する


 中文の公開質問状を、駐日中国大使館に送付すると同時に、ウェブサイトに、中・英・日文の公開質問状を掲載し、またこれをNewsletter により、内外に発信した。下記のとおりである。



平成27年10月11日 「史実を世界に発信する会」

Remonstration to UNESCO
Against its decision to register the Nanking Massacre as a “MOW”
Re-consider and retract the decision
Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact

October 11, 2015

This Society has uploaded, through our web-site, a number of findings which clearly demonstrate that the so-called “Nanking Massacre” was nothing more than wartime propaganda. We have freely distributed these findings worldwide through our Newsletters. The uploaded information includes 6 books and more than 20 articles and critical commentaries.
Among these, I would like to emphasize the “Open Letter to President Hu Jintao of the PRC,” which was sent to the Chinese Embassy in Tokyo on May 5, 2008, on the occasion of his visit to Japan. The Open Letter was prepared by the Nanking Incident research group “Committee for the Examination of the Facts about Nanking” (Chairman: Kase Hideaki).
The Open Letter pointed out five key facts concerning the Nanking Massacre. The facts clearly showed that the so-called Nanking Massacre could not have taken place. The Open Letter invited President Hu Jintao to refute these facts.
The Open Letter was also made public through our web-site, Newsletter and press releases in three languages (Chinese, English and Japanese), which were distributed globally:


A response has not been received from President Hu Jintao—or from his successor President Xi Jinping.
We believe that they will never respond to the Open Letter. At any rate, UNESCO should at least ask the Chinese government to comment on the facts within the Open Letter and base its final judgment based on the information received from the Chinese government.
It would be morally and academically wrong for UNESCO to decide to register the so-called Nanking Massacre as a “Memory of the World” based on one-sided assertions and materials that have not been objectively verified.
We strongly urge UNESCO to re-consider its decision.

MOTEKI Hiromichi, Secretary General
for KASE Hideaki, Chairman
Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact