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I just wrote one of the best posts on this topic and guess what? It’s now erased. It’s one of the best, but most frustrating reminders, that I need to save my work CONSTANTLY when writing. Geeeeezzzzz….
Anyway, the impact is now lost and I don’t have enough time today to write, but I was just commenting on how Asians also are quite violent to one another including the Japanese invasion of Korea in the early 20th century and resentment between certain Asian nations due to actions during the 2nd world war. The violence and coup’s in Thailand and elsewhere in Asia. We shouldn’t forget when President Chun Doo Hwan killed Koreans or had many killed via military force due to the political uprisings at the time — according to him.
One of the most scary and graphic “yellow on yellow” violence is when Pol Pot killed about 1,500,000 of the only 7,500,000 that existed at the time in Cambodia via executions, starvation and forced labor. One motto at the time that was made famous was “To keep you is no benefit. To destroy you is no loss.”