An open letter to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe from 53 scholars and activists on the occasion of his visit to Hawaii has received no notice in the U.S. media, but the following attention in Japan, China, and Korea:
Tokyo Shimbun ran the full text in its December 28th edition (Page 2). Also:
Huffington Post (Japanese version)
People’s Daily Japanese version
People’s Daily Chinese: one, two, three.
Hankyoreh (Korea) Japanese version
Isn’t this news that U.S. readers might want to hear about too?
U.S. readers never saw years of outrage and threats to Pearl Harbor in the Japanese media prior to December 7, 1941.
Perhaps being kept in the dark is a valued tradition?