Here is something hot off the press for you to consider and after you have digested it perhaps you would give me your definition of the the word " unjustified ".
TOKYO TEACHER EMBATTLED OVER WAR HISTORY
" Miyako Masuda is a 23 year veteran of public schools here. Like many Japanese history teachers of her generation, she dislikes new textbooks that frame Japan as the victim in World War II. It bothers her that books claiming America caused the war are now adopted by an entire city ward. In fact, Masuda disapproves of the whole nationalist direction of Tokyo public schools. Yet until last year Masuda , who calls herself "pretty ordinary", rarely went out of her way to disagree. Few teachers do. But when a Tokyo city councilman in an official meeting said "Japan never invaded Korea" her history class sent an apology to Korean President Roh Moo-hyan - an action that sparked her removal from her classroom. The Masuda case shows how nationalist policies are creeping into the minutiae of daily life in Japan's capital city.
Masuda is now ordered to spend her days in a small room studying public servant regulations, a serious humiliation she says. She in turn is trying to fight in court. Masuda's experience shows the growing power of Japanese nationalists, and their grass-roots influence in Tokyo, analysis say". (End of quote from History News Network posted on Tuesday, November 22, 2005.)
Prince of Dzun