Talk:Pujie

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Can you give a reason why Pujie is part of this project? Colipon+(T) 06:29, 10 September 2005 (UTC)

Himself,your brother Kangde Emperor and other Manchu politics and military servers,along of chinese servers un "Reformed Chinese state" under Wangchingwei chinese pro-japanese leader or Mongol servers in Mengjiang mongol pro-japanese state stay in service of one fascists nation how are Japan and for all stay under Axis Powers alliance during WW2 period.

additionally these mentioned states stay between or Yen Block japanese alliance.

if this reason for stay in such site

--R72

What the hell? Can someone translate that answer for me? Colipon+(T) 02:33, 29 September 2005 (UTC)

He himself, his brother the Kangde Emperor and other Manchu politicians and serving military men, along with Chinese supporters of the Reformed Government of China under Wang Chingwei, the Chinese pro-Japanese leader, and the Mongolian supporters [of Japan] in Mengjiang, [were part of] the pro-Japanese [puppet] state. They all were aligned with the Axis Powers og WWII. Also they propped up the yen block and Japan's Greater East Asian Coprosperity Sphere [economic) alliances. Charles Matthews 09:09, 29 September 2005 (UTC)
Okay, well that does not really qualify him to be part of a Fascism wikiproject. Colipon+(T) 04:36, 27 June 2007 (UTC)