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Is this not a shameful use of propaganda?

In world war 2, the US showed video clips of Japanese executing Chinese civilians in Nanjing city (read up Nanjing incident). The videos would show a barrel of a gun mowing down civilians but never the executioner.

It was later found that a LOT of those video shots were edited of another video by Frank Cappa, an award winning US film director. The original video which Cappa edited were actually Chinese nationalist soldiers (Koumentang) executing Communists in Nanjing!

Is this not utterly shameless?

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Asked by A Moin, 10 Jul '11 05:05 pm
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Shameless what? the US spoofing the video or chinese killing their own?
Answered by l s, 10 Jul '11 05:10 pm

 
  
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Well a lot of mad things have been done in name of war, but then even madder thing's in the name of being civilized and development
Source: logic
Answered by simon waaras, 10 Jul '11 05:10 pm

 
  
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