Maoriland Worker, Volume 10, Issue 441, 20 August 1919, Page 2
The Socialist Parly of Japan, according 1,0 tile I'tfiK-li dajjy paper, l.c l'opulaire, has issued T manifesto in tho fui'in oi' an address to the Council cf Workers' and Soldiers' Soviets in Kus•«ia, in which th Executive Committee, of said party makes the following comment-. "All of our. attention is given ro the progress of (lie I,'ussian Revolution, and il i- nitb profound sympathy that we observe (he vigorous advunrn ot the proletariat—an advance which pi'i. diid's an ineffaceable impression on the soul of i b" .Japanese people, We- are lull of indignation ,t tho methods: of (lie ■lapane-.c fcivernment, which, under one unimportant pretext or niiuther, sends its troops into Siberia in order to check the free development of the Kn-i-ian ltooluiion. We regret very much not hiring sufficiently strong in our organisation to ward ;>ff flu, present, danger which menace's you on the part of our Imperialistic Cover)!ment. But you may rest assured that, although persecution liy our government stares us in th« luce, tho Hag of liberty will float some day over .Japan.''