U.S. President Truman, and 48 other non-communist nations,
agreed to sign the Treaty of San Francisco.
The deal signed away all claims of compensation by former
U.S. POWs and Korean 'comfort women' who suffered
abuse inflicted by the Japanese Imperial Army.
During W.W.II the Japanese Army's Unit 731
had conducted medical experiments on U.S. and
Chinese prisoners to perfect biological weapons.
When the war ended the U.S. covered-up these crimes
in an effort to get the information from the
doctors who performed the barbaric experiments.
Many are alive today and still make $$$ by giving lectures in Japan.
Dollar Bill Clinton's State Dept. has banned the entry
of these men into the U.S. to make sure they did not
spark public demonstrations by visiting the U.S..
Dollar Bill Clinton amended the 1951 treaty
for the benefit of U.S. airlines, who were moaning
about Japan's unfair trade practices.
He made no effort to amend the treaty to provide
compensation for the POWs and comfort women.
Japan still is not willing to compensate Korean women held
as sex slaves for it's army during W.W.II, or U.S. POWs.
During a visit to the White House by
Japan's Prime Minister, ex- comfort
women protested the lack of remorse
by Japan, outside the White House.
Clinton refused to acknowledge the women,
and signed a deal to encourage Japan's acquisition
of more U.S. weapons to defend itself from China.
Japan's Emperor Akihito visited Britain.
During his appearances in a parade, some of
Britain's ex-POWs turned their back
on Akihito and 'booed' as he passed.
British Prime Minister, Tony Blair
(who considers himself a Clinton protege')
tried to down-play the whole war crimes issue.