朝鮮人の娯楽として嘗糞が流行した part21

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1マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 19:33:54.62ID:xqmF0g+V
嘗糞 出典: フリー百科事典『ウィキペディア (Wikipedia) 』
嘗糞(しょうふん )は朝鮮古来の民俗医術の一つ。

人の糞を舐めてその味が苦ければその人物の体調は良くなっており、甘ければ体調
が悪化していると判断する。
過去には、6年以上父母の糞を嘗めつづけ、病気を治した孝行息子の話などの記録
があり、指を切って血を 飲ませる行為と共に親に対する最高の孝行の一つとされた。

中国の南北朝時代や唐代の説話として現れる。『二十四孝』や『日記説話』によれ
ば南斉時代に、庚黔婁と言う 役人が父親が病気になったので帰郷すると医者に、
糞を嘗めて見ないと状態が解らないと言われ、その味が 甘かったので憂いたと言う
「嘗糞憂心」の故事が残っている。ただし、これらの伝説と朝鮮における嘗糞との
関連性はよく分かっていない。

"後に娯楽化し、人の糞を舐めてその味で誰の糞であるか当てる遊びが流行した。"

http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E5%98%97%E7%B3%9E

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38マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 21:56:43.78ID:rSED7LqK
Nanjing Massacre Survivor Dies
南京大虐殺の生存者が他界
May 30, 2018
Qiu Xiuying, an 88-year-old survivor of the Nanjing Massacre, died on Tuesday afternoon in Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu province,
the Memorial Hall for the Victims of the Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders said.
Born in 1930, Qiu was hiding in a cellar with four family members when China’s then-capital was captured by the Japanese army
in December 1937. Her mother was shot dead, the bullets piercing her shoulder and chest, when she left the cellar one day.
The four remaining family members later hid in the premises of a foreign food-processing company but were found by the Japanese
and sent to the Yangtze River for execution. They managed to sneak away from the column of captured Chinese being escorted to
the river and avoided execution by hiding in a shed made of straw.
Qiu had been to Japan several times to testify against Japanese right-wingers who rejected the facts of the Nanjing Massacre.
Fewer than 90 registered survivors of the massacre are still alive.
http://www.womenofchina.cn/womenofchina/html1/news/newsmakers/18051/1459-1.htm

39マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 21:56:56.88ID:w+CYBXU8
Memorial service held for late Nanjing Massacre survivor
亡くなった南京大虐殺生存者のために記念式典が開かれる
2018-06-01 19:31:29
NANJING, June 1 (Xinhua) -- A light representing Qiu Xiuying on a wall commemorating Nanjing Massacre survivors has been turned off,
signaling her passing.
Qiu, 88, died on Tuesday afternoon in Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu Province. On Friday, a memorial service was held at the Memorial Hall
of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders.
Her family members, staff of the memorial hall, and visitors stood in silent tribute. They laid flowers and bowed to show their respect.
In December 1937, Japanese invaders captured Nanjing, then China's capital, and killed about 300,000 Chinese during a six-week atrocity.
Qiu survived, hiding in a basement with four family members. But her mother was shot dead when she left the basement one day.
Zhang Jianjun, curator of the memorial hall, said the survivors are the living witnesses of history and their experiences are proof of
the atrocities by the Japanese invaders.
"Although my mother has passed away, I will continue telling our future generations what happened," said Li Jincheng, Qiu's son.
According to Zhang, there are only 100 registered survivors who are still alive.
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-06/01/c_137223538.htm

40マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 21:57:06.82ID:rSED7LqK
Details About The Rape Of Nanking You'll Never Unlearn
南京大虐殺についてあなたがまだ習っていない11の事実
The Rape of Nanking is one of the most brutal moments in the history of humanity. Chinese civilians in the then-capital of the
Republic of China were tortured, raped, and killed in shocking numbers over a span of six weeks. Also known as the Nanjing Massacre,
the event followed one of the battles that involved China during the Second Sino-Japanese War.
The war was a bloody conflict between Japan and the Republic of China from 1937 to 1945. Tensions had been running high between
the two countries because their politics and beliefs viciously collided. Then, Japan decided a full-scale invasion was necessary
according to its imperialist policies and thus began the Second Sino-Japanese War.
Photos of the Second Sino-Japanese War reveal that Japan was initially successful in its military campaign. They captured Nanjing
in 1937, which was the capital of China at the time, and continued to spread across their enemy's territory with plans to conquer
as much land as possible. Japanese soldiers were told to annihilate both the city and the residents. What followed such vicious
orders were mass killings of Chinese citizens, from infants to the elderly. Historians have always debated the death toll, though
most agree that around 300,000 perished in the Nanjing Massacre.
The atrocities committed against the non-combatant Chinese citizens in the city of Nanjing are sickening. It took several decades
for Japan to even acknowledge that mass murder occurred in Nanjing because the horrors were excused as a natural result of military
conflict. Below, you will find grisly and abhorrent details about the Rape of Nanking that will stay with you forever.
Be warned: both the text and the photos contain graphic content.
https://www.ranker.com/list/nanking-massacre-details/brian-guthrie

41マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 21:57:30.50ID:rSED7LqK
The Chinese Government Pulled Out Nearly All Military Troops From Nanjing And Forbade Citizens From Fleeing As Japan Marched Closer
中国政府はほぼ全ての軍を南京から退却させ、日本軍の進軍に対して市民に脱出を禁じた
Japan turned its attention on Nanjing after capturing Shanghai in a brutal battle. The Chinese government was afraid of losing
its army in a head-on battle against Japan. Thus, almost all troops were pulled out of Nanjing, save for "untrained auxiliary troops."
Chinese civilians knew that Japanese invaders were coming, but the government would not let them evacuate.
Civilians grew fearful as the armies of their enemy marched ever closer. Many decided to flee despite the government's orders, and by
the time the Japanese arrived on December 13, 1937, approximately 500,000 people remained in Nanjing.
https://www.ranker.com/list/nanking-massacre-details/brian-guthrie

42マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 21:57:55.26ID:rSED7LqK
Mass Executions Took Place Immediately
すぐさま大量の処刑が始まった
Hubert Sone was a methodist missionary in China when the Rape of Nanjing began in December 1937. He documented the horrors he witnessed
as the Japanese invaded the city on the very first day.
  "The Japanese soldiers came into the city in quite large numbers on Monday, Dec. 13. Many civilians were killed on the spot - shot
  or bayoneted. Everyone who ran, and many were frightened on the first appearance of the troops, was immediately shot."
Sone also documented the mass executions he witnessed in the following weeks:
  "They shot and bayoneted on the spot and without question anyone whom they might consider to be a soldier. As a result, great numbers
  of people were shot down, even though in civilian clothes. [...] The streets were literally littered with the dead."
https://www.ranker.com/list/nanking-massacre-details/brian-guthrie

43マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 21:58:11.26ID:rSED7LqK
Japanese Soldiers Raped Any Women They Saw And Murdered Them In Horrific Ways
日本兵は目にした女性を誰でもレイプし、恐ろしい方法で殺した
As the Japanese soldiers swarmed through the city, no one was safe - especially the Chinese women. The Japanese troops went from house to
house, looking for Chinese soldiers to execute. Whenever they found a woman, they proceeded to rape her and sometimes even killed her.
Not only were the rapings horrific, the executions were also sickening. Japanese soldiers would kill the women " in a number of horrific ways,
including having their vaginas being penetrated with bayonets, bamboo poles, and other objects. Others were captured and held as sex slaves."
Gang raping and brutal murder became normal in Nanjing. Japanese soldiers knew there were no consequences for their actions, and the
brutality grew worse and worse. Pregnant women were stabbed in the belly, some had their breasts sliced off, and others were nailed to
walls while they were still alive.
https://www.ranker.com/list/nanking-massacre-details/brian-guthrie

44マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 21:58:24.19ID:w+CYBXU8
Children Were Not Spared
子供も例外ではなかった
The children of Nanjing were shown no mercy from the Japanese soldiers. Some were beaten until they were maimed for life, losing their
eyesight or limbs. Others were shot or stabbed to death after their mothers were raped and killed. Girls as young as 13 were gang raped,
and babies were tossed in the air and pierced by bayonets for sport.
One account tells of a five-year-old boy who was injured by a grenade carelessly thrown by Japanese soldiers. The soldiers couldn't
catch a chicken, so they decided to blow it up. The boy was caught in the blast, and suffered grave injuries and the loss of an eye.
A Japanese soldier recounted how, when he stumbled upon a Chinese woman and her baby, he became so enraged by the incessant crying of
the child that he tore the babe from the screaming mother's arms and tossed it into a boiling vat of water. When the mother attempted
to rescue her child, he kicked her and raped her.
https://www.ranker.com/list/nanking-massacre-details/brian-guthrie

45マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 21:58:50.74ID:w+CYBXU8
Some Women Were Kept As Sex Slaves
女性の一部は性奴隷にされた
Rape ran rampant throughout the six weeks of the Nanjing Massacre. The open assaults shocked civilians as Japanese soldiers went from
house to house, looking for any female victims. Eventually, soldiers grew tired of having to find women, so they began to take them
away and stockpile them in houses as sex slaves. A fifteen-year-old girl told John G. Magee, an American missionary, about such an experience:
  "She was carried off to some barracks where there were some 200 to 300 soldiers. She was kept in a room and her clothes taken away
  and there raped a number of times daily for about a month and a half when she took sick and they were afraid to use her. She told me
  that there were a number of other girls held there in the same way as herself."
https://www.ranker.com/list/nanking-massacre-details/brian-guthrie

46マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 22:00:54.45ID:JSS0Jpvw
Thousands Were Executed And Tossed Into Mass Graves
大量の人々が処刑され、集団墓地に投げ捨てられた
Thousands of Chinese soldiers and civilians captured during the invasion found themselves taken in large groups to ditches, where they
were executed and tossed into mass graves. The largest of these graves became known as the Ten Thousand Corpse Ditch. The ditch was a trench
that was five meters wide and 300 meters long, and it is believed at that least 12,000 bodies were thrown into the mass grave.
Tillman Durdin, an American reporter for the New York Times, recalled how horrific the executions were. He remembered how in a span of
ten minutes, 200 people were murdered. He writes:
  "I was 29 and it was my first big story for the New York Times. So I drove down to the waterfront in my car. And to get to the gate
  I had to just climb over masses of bodies accumulated there. The car just had to drive over these dead bodies. And the scene on
  the river front, as I waited for the launch [...] was of a group of smoking, chattering Japanese officers overseeing the massacring of
  a battalion of Chinese captured troops. They were marching about in groups of about 15, machine-gunning them."
https://www.ranker.com/list/nanking-massacre-details/brian-guthrie

47マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 22:01:21.29ID:JSS0Jpvw
Chinese Prisoners Were Buried Alive
中国人捕虜は生きたまま埋められた
With the initial invasion of Nanjing came several executions. While gunning down victims and throwing the bodies into trenches was
a common practice, so was burying them alive. Groups of victims would be forced into a hole and have dirt heaped on top of them as
several Japanese soldiers watched.
https://www.ranker.com/list/nanking-massacre-details/brian-guthrie

The Japanese Soldiers Set Captured Prisoners On Fire
日本兵は捕えられた捕虜に火を放った
Being captured did not mean safety as a prisoner-of-war. Indeed, it was a guarantee of a potentially more gruesome death. For many of
the soldiers, their gruesome treatment of captured Chinese people was nothing more than a game. Some prisoners were tied together in groups,
doused in fuel, and lit on fire. Some groups had grenades tossed amidst them. One female caked herself in mud to hide, but was found,
locked in a shed with straw, and burned to death.
https://www.ranker.com/list/nanking-massacre-details/brian-guthrie

Live Chinese Prisoners Were Used In Practice Drills By The Japanese Soldiers
中国人捕虜は生きたまま日本兵の演習に使われた
Japanese soldiers used Chinese soldiers in live demonstrations about how to kill with a bayonete. Chinese troops were slaughtered in
practice drills outlining the most effective way to behead enemies.
https://www.ranker.com/list/nanking-massacre-details/brian-guthrie

48マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 22:01:44.81ID:JSS0Jpvw
Nanjing Was Razed To The Ground
南京は完全な廃墟と化した
The city of Nanjing was essentially burned to the ground. Accounts tell of how the Japanese troops seemed to be systematically
destroying the city:
  "The homes of many people have been burned, and shops and stores are still burning. Every day and night fires can be seen in the city.
  Nearly all of Taiping and Chung Hwa Roads have been burned. Nearly all the important business and shopping districts have been burned.
  [...] So the people cannot all go home even when they might be able to. Many of the villages outside the city have been burned."

It Took Almost 60 Years For Japan To Formally Apologize
日本の公式な謝罪まで60年に及ぶ歳月を要した
Many in 21st century Japan are skeptical about the extent of crimes perpetuated during those six weeks of the Rape of Nanjing. Though
most acknowledge that horrible crimes have happened, there remains a lot of controversy as to the death toll and the atrocity of the event.
The controversy has raged for decades, despite legal decisions made at the war crimes tribunals after the war ended.
Almost 60 years after those fateful events took place, the Japanese Prime Minister kind of apologized for Japan's actions in China.
It was not a direct apology, which angered some people in China. Xinhua, a Chinese news agency, wrote:
  "Instead of offering an unambiguous apology, Abe’s statement is rife with rhetorical twists like ‘maintain our position of apology’
  – dead giveaways of his deep-rooted historical revisionism, which has haunted Japan’s neighbourhood relations."
There are a few in Japan who still believe that the massacre never took place, though is a bit rare. The issue of Nanking continues to be
one of the most formative events in the relationships between Japan and most of east Asia.
hhttps://www.ranker.com/list/nanking-massacre-details/brian-guthrie

49マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 22:02:18.68ID:JSS0Jpvw
HISTORY.COM
ヒストリードットコム
Nanking Massacre
南京大虐殺
In late 1937, over a period of six weeks, Imperial Japanese Army forces brutally murdered hundreds of thousands of people-including both
soldiers and civilians–in the Chinese city of Nanking (or Nanjing). The horrific events are known as the Nanking Massacre or the Rape of Nanking,
as between 20,000 and 80,000 women were sexually assaulted. Nanking, then the capital of Nationalist China, was left in ruins, and it would
take decades for the city and its citizens to recover from the savage attacks.
https://www.history.com/topics/nanjing-massacre

50マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 22:02:37.25ID:JSS0Jpvw
Preparing for Invasion
侵略の準備
Following a bloody victory in Shanghai during the Sino-Japanese War, the Japanese turned their attention towards Nanking. Fearful of losing
them in battle, Nationalist leader Chiang Kai-Shek ordered the removal of nearly all official Chinese troops from the city, leaving it defended
by untrained auxiliary troops. Chiang also ordered the city held at any cost, and forbade the official evacuation of its citizens. Many ignored
this order and fled, but the rest were left to the mercy of the approaching enemy.
Did You Know?
  Once one of China's most prosperous cities and industrial centers, Nanking took decades to recover from the devastation it experienced. Abandoned
  as the national capital in 1949 for Beijing, it grew into a modern industrial city during the communist period and today is home to many of China's
  largest state-owned firms.
A small group of Western businessmen and missionaries, the International Committee for the Nanking Safety Zone, attempted to set up a neutral
area of the city that would provide refuge for Nanking’s citizens. The safety zone, opened in November 1937, was roughly the size of New York’s
Central Park and consisted of more than a dozen small refugee camps. On December 1, the Chinese government abandoned Nanking, leaving the International
Committee in charge. All remaining citizens were ordered into the safety zone for their protection.
https://www.history.com/topics/nanjing-massacre

51マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 22:05:24.53ID:JSS0Jpvw
Arrival of the Troops
軍隊の到着
On December 13, the first troops of Japan’s Central China Front Army, commanded by General Matsui Iwane, entered the city. Even before their arrival,
word had begun spreading of the numerous atrocities they had committed on their way through China, including killing contests and pillaging. Chinese
soldiers were hunted down and killed by the thousands, and left in mass graves. Entire families were massacred, and even the elderly and infants were
targeted for execution, while tens of thousands of women were raped. Bodies littered the streets for months after the attack. Determined to destroy
the city, the Japanese looted and burned at least one-third of Nanking’s buildings.
Though the Japanese initially agreed to respect the Nanking Safety Zone, ultimately not even these refugees were safe from the vicious attacks.
In January 1938, the Japanese declared that order had been restored in the city, and dismantled the safety zone; killings continued until the first week
of February. A puppet government was installed, which would rule Nanking until the end of World War II.
https://www.history.com/topics/nanjing-massacre

52マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 22:07:29.07ID:w+CYBXU8
Aftermath of the Massacre
大虐殺後
There are no official numbers for the death toll in the Nanking Massacre, though estimates range from 200,000 to 300,000 people. Soon after the end of the war,
Matsui and his lieutenant Tani Hisao, were tried and convicted for war crimes by the International Military Tribunal for the Far East and were executed.
Anger over the events at Nanking continues to color Sino-Japanese relations to this day. The true nature of the massacre has been disputed and exploited
for propaganda purposes by historical revisionists, apologists and Japanese nationalists. Some claim the numbers of deaths have been inflated,
while others have denied that any massacre occurred.
https://www.history.com/topics/nanjing-massacre

53マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 22:08:37.58ID:w+CYBXU8
In 1928, the Chinese Nationalist Government moved the capital of China from Peking (Beijing) to Nanking. The city normally held about 250,000 people,
but by the mid-1930s its population had swollen to more than 1 million. Many of them were refugees, fleeing from the Japanese armies which had invaded China.
On November 11, 1937, after securing control of Shanghai, the Japanese army advanced towards Nanking from different directions. In early December,
the Japanese troops were already in the outskirts of Nanking.
http://nanking-massacre.com/

On December 9, the Japanese troops launched a massive attack upon the city. On the 12th, the defending Chinese troops decided to retreat to the other
side of the Yangtze River (Yangzi Jiang). On December 13, the 6th and 16th Divisions of the Japanese Army entered the city’ s Zhongshan and Pacific Gates.
In the afternoon, two Japanese Navy fleets arrived. In the following six weeks, the occupying forces engaged in an orgy of looting and mass execution
which came to be known as the Nanking Massacre. Most experts agree that at least 300,000 Chinese died, and 20,000 women were raped. Some estimate
the numbers to be much higher – 340,000 and 80,000 respectively.
http://nanking-massacre.com/

During the Nanking Massacre, the Japanese committed a litany of atrocities against innocent civilians, including mass execution, raping, looting, and burning.
It is impossible to keep a detailed account of all of these crimes. However, from the scale and the nature of these crimes as documented by survivors and
the diaries of the Japanese militarists, the chilling evidence of this historical tragedy is indisputable.
http://nanking-massacre.com/

54マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 22:09:47.02ID:JSS0Jpvw
THE SAVAGERY OF THE KILLING WAS AS APPALLING AS ITS SCALE.
Thousands of victims were beheaded, burned, bayoneted, buried alive, or disemboweled.
To this day the Japanese government has refused to apologize for these and other World War II atrocities, and a significant sector of Japanese society
denies that they took place at all.
http://nanking-massacre.com/

55マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 22:11:38.17ID:JSS0Jpvw
China marks Nanking Massacre’s 80th anniversary
Associated Press Published 3:52 p.m. ET Dec. 13, 2017
NANJING, China — Chinese officials struck a tempered tone on the 80th anniversary of the Nanking Massacre on Wednesday, saying China would
“look forward” and deepen friendship with its neighbor Japan despite historical misgivings.
Chinese President Xi Jinping led a citywide minute of silence but did not speak as Yu Zhengsheng, head of China’s parliamentary advisory body,
urged China and Japan to draw lessons from history and look forward to the future.
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2017/12/13/china-marks-nanking-massacres-80th-anniversary/949629001/

56マンセー名無しさん2018/06/05(火) 22:19:42.05ID:JSS0Jpvw

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