"After the actor is done defaming the war against Imperial Japan as a war of “racism and terror,” he doubles with his anti-American slander and says the same of today’s War on Terror."
The 'terror' comment is easy. 'Dresden', and the Kamakazi pilots of the Pacific. The bombing of London by the Germans and how we nuked Japan. If that's not terror, I have no fucken idea what is.
What these fucken clowns are failing to grasp about the 'racism' comments is that he was talking about how we, and THEY, dehumanise the enemy and how that feeling follows through intergenerationally. How did we feel about the Japanese during WW2?. How did they feel about us?.
The other thing he said was how is it any different to our current enemies and how do they feel about us?. He's not wrong. The other thing is that Stephen E Ambrose said exactly the same thing about WW2, and he knows more about that war than anyone.