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Remembering the Asian (and Filipino) WWII Holocausts and the Tens of Millions of Abortion Victims on Memorial Day PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Bobby M. Reyes   
Monday, 25 May 2009 16:22

F or more-than two decades now, this writer has included the more-than 46-million Chinese, Filipino and Korean victims of Japanese aggression during World War II in writing about an American tradition called the “Memorial Day.”  He has also written about the far-more numerous victims of abortion in the United States and in the Philippines. Today, Americans and Filipinos should remember not only their esteemed military veterans but also the victims of the various Holocausts during WWII and the Unborn whose lives were terminated by criminal abortion.

 

* Here are some essays about the deaths of tens of millions of Asians during World War II and the Unborn:

Remembering the Asian (and Filipino) Holocausts on Memorial Day

 

T his writer penned a story about the "’Filipino-American Holocaust" during World-War II. "It is a story that remains basically untold to the American public. ‘One-million Filipinos -- out of a total population of 18 million – died in the (World War II) struggle.’ Journalists Paul Richter and Jim Mann reported this fact in the Los Angeles Times, Nov. 13, 1994, issue, page A6. The one-million Filipinos who died during the Second World War were American nationals. Many of them, Filipino nationals of America, died while they fought for democracy and for the wartime interests of the United States." To read the complete article, please go to http://www.mabuhayradio.com/content/view/204/51/ 

 

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Advent and Abortion: A Christmas Message for George W. Bush and the American People  

 

Need I write anything more about the modern-day Holocausts of the Unborn in the United States and in the Philippines? # # #

 

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