TIME the propaganda media
2014年 03月 28日
So I just leave them here.
The US military document in 1944 says a comfort girl is a camp follower
or hooker. Comfort women were no sex slaves. Seoul University Professor
Emeritus Ahn Bin Jyuk states there was no Japanese military involvement.
In short, comfort women were prostitutes. One should take a look at one of
the comfort women’s saving account book, who earned as much money
to build several houses in those days. They needed to have their parents'
or husbands' consents. They were not forced into prostitution, for Korean
policemen, Korean men who were in charge of public positions talked to
those Korean girls and women, who became comfort women.
Also brokers were Koreans who talked to Korean girls and women with
sweet words. The Japanese Imperial Army issued the warning against
vicious brokers and pimps. One must be reminded that it was Japanese
that abolished the slavery in Korea. US should not involve itself with
this vile and malicious propaganda, that has been raged by Korean lobbyists,
funded by the Unification Church, backed up by SWC as well as China money.