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Sunday, March 5, 2017

The "absolute pacifist" Daisaku Ikeda's love affair with the murderous Napolean Bonaparte

What Daisaku Ikeda fails to teach, 

"Three hundred thousand men fought on this murderous day of Sept.7th with an unexampled implacability. Eight hundred canon vomited forth death into the ranks of the two armies. This battle to which the Russians have given the name Borodino and which the French call the battle of La Moscova is one of the most murderous battles which were ever fought...." -- Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte, the Court of the First Empire, Volume 3 By Claude François baron de Méneval

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