Life As A “Comfort Woman”: Story of Kim Bok-Dong | STAY CURIOUS #9

*UPDATE* Madame Kim passed away on January 28, 2019, making this interview possibly the last sit-down interview of her 92 years on earth. Though she dedicated her life to the cause of helping wartime rape victims, she never received an official apology from the Japanese government. Her story will live on through her fighting spirit. Please watch and share this video with as many people as possible to raise awareness.
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  • Asian Boss
    Asian Boss2 lat temu

    **UPDATE** Madame Kim passed away on January 28, 2019, making this interview possibly the last sit-down interview of her 92 years on earth. Though she dedicated her life to the cause of helping wartime rape victims, she never received an official apology from the Japanese government. Her story will live on through her fighting spirit. Historically, the comfort-women issue is one of the reasons why Korea, and China, among other Asian countries, still have hostile feelings toward to Japan. But we believe that it’s in everyone’s best interest that this issue gets resolved as soon as possible so that we can move forward and work together to solve bigger problems. This is only possible, however, when young people become aware of all the facts and history, engage in meaningful conversations about it and take necessary action. Please share this video and do what you can to raise awareness. Thanks for being part of the Asian Boss community and stay curious

  • 北陸越路春

    北陸越路春

    2 dni temu

    In 2013, Kim Bok-Dong said in Paris, France, "Japanese troops trampled me miserably during the Korean War." For this reason, it is treated as a fake comfort woman by the right wing of Japan. But her testimony is so specific that I don't think she's all lying. She is believed to have been abused by a sloppy red hunt after the liberation of South Korea. Poor tattoos are probably from that time.

  • sarang757

    sarang757

    24 dni temu

    @iamjanedope that is you believe so . Dokdo is Korean. it never belongs to japan

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    Miesiąc temu

    Kim Bok-Dong said that she worked as a comfort woman for 8 years until 1948 but WW2 ended in 1945. -IJA didn’t exist after WW2. Japan participated in the WW2 in 1939 -1945-1939=6 years In her speech, 9/18/2013 in France, She said that her human rights has been violated by IJA in “Korean war”. -There is no IJA during the Korean war. Her human rights has been likely violated by UN/US soldiers. 122 of Korean comfort women for the UN/US sued their government in 2014. While Korean comfort women who sued Japan were only 9 in 1991. It means the US had more sex slaves than Japan.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    Miesiąc temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Brainy Window281

    Brainy Window281

    Miesiąc temu

    :(

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin11 godzin temu

    As academics, we are used to dealing with exagge:rations. We are not used to finding that the story is pure fiction. But that is the nature of the comfort-women-se*x-slave story. It’s been a bizarrely unending story. Elderly Korean women claim to have been forced at Japanese bayonet-point to work as sex slaves. The Japanese government replies that the Korean government waived claims like this by treaty in 1965. But it expresses sympathy anyway, and offers more money. Koreans still complain. The Japanese government apologizes again, offers more money, and the Korean government promises never to raise the question again. Then a new political party takes power, declares the Japanese apology insincere, and starts the process all over again. Expressing sympathy to elderly women who have had a rough life is fine. Paying money to an ally in order to rebuild a stable relationship is fine. But the claims about enslaved Korean comfort women are historically untrue. The Japanese army did not dragoon Korean women to work in its brothels. It did not use Korean women as s*ex slaves. The claims to the contrary are simply ー factually ー false. -HARVARD university JOHN M. OLIN CENTER FOR LAW, ECONOMICS, AND BUSINESS

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin11 godzin temu

    One of the most often rep:eated and most distorted myths concerning Japan’s suppo:sed crimes against Korea, concerns the so called “comfort women” Finally about the claims that Germany has properly “atoned” for its crimes while Japan has not. Let me just consider only one aspect. In 1965 the Korean government of Park Chung-hee signed a treaty with Japan, normalizing the relations between the two countries. Under the treaty South Korea received very large amounts of economic aid, grants, loans and, significantly, compensation for victims of Japanese rule. (The Japanese government paid 3 times national budget as a compensation but kept it in secret 40 years in Korea to incite hatred towards Japan and the Korea government keeps trying to hide the truth. Although all individual claims were settled in the 1965 Japan-South Korea Treaty, the Japanese government still offered compensation several times to the Korean women as a good gesture. However, when Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995(Compensation came with a personal letter of apology from Prime Minister of Japan), South Korean NGO threatened former comfort women not to accept Japan's apology and the compensation. 61 of those who defied the NGO’s order were verified as traitors, their names and addresses were published in newspapers as pros**tutes, and they had to live the rest of their lives in disgrace. South Korean government signed Japan-Korea agreement on the comfort women issue in 2015 and Japanese government paid 1 billion dollars as atonement money to the former Korean comfort women. However, The administration of Korea’s Moon Jae In abandoned the agreement in 2018 without any notification . The dissolution announcement is totally unacceptable for Japan. While the Government of the ROK, including President Moon Jae-in, repeatedly stated in public that it “will not abandon the agreement” and “will not ask for a renegotiation with Japan”) - The Japanese government at that time (1965) offered to compensate individual victims, but the South Korean government refused the offer and insisted that it should receive all the money and itself compensate its citizens. Very little of this money (only USD 250) was paid to individuals and instead was used for economic development of South Korea. The Japanese government has apologized for its comfort women system (which actually was an extension of the licensed pros**tution system that existed both in Korea and Japan before the war and which involved a large number of Japanese pros**tutes as well as those from other countries), Germany has never apologized or paid any compensation to any former pros***utes. In fact, nobody has ever demanded any such things, since these women, which rightly or wrongly were viewed as collaborators in the occupied countries, never found any supporters or defenders” -Professor Andrzej Kozlowski, University of Warsaw

  • Christina Andrea Rosamilia
    Christina Andrea Rosamilia12 godzin temu

    I can’t stand human being! Only humans are capable to do these horrible things

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    11 godzin temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • tinalyngrace
    tinalyngrace13 godzin temu

    I believe her. God bless you, Madame Kim.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    11 godzin temu

    As academics, we are used to dealing with exagge:rations. We are not used to finding that the story is pure fiction. But that is the nature of the comfort-women-se*x-slave story. It’s been a bizarrely unending story. Elderly Korean women claim to have been forced at Japanese bayonet-point to work as sex slaves. The Japanese government replies that the Korean government waived claims like this by treaty in 1965. But it expresses sympathy anyway, and offers more money. Koreans still complain. The Japanese government apologizes again, offers more money, and the Korean government promises never to raise the question again. Then a new political party takes power, declares the Japanese apology insincere, and starts the process all over again. Expressing sympathy to elderly women who have had a rough life is fine. Paying money to an ally in order to rebuild a stable relationship is fine. But the claims about enslaved Korean comfort women are historically untrue. The Japanese army did not dragoon Korean women to work in its brothels. It did not use Korean women as s*ex slaves. The claims to the contrary are simply ー factually ー false. -HARVARD university JOHN M. OLIN CENTER FOR LAW, ECONOMICS, AND BUSINESS

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin17 godzin temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen. The author managed an orchard after returning home, and also served on the board of a private elementary school.

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin17 godzin temu

    One of the most often rep:eated and most distorted myths concerning Japan’s suppo:sed crimes against Korea, concerns the so called “comfort women” Finally about the claims that Germany has properly “atoned” for its crimes while Japan has not. Let me just consider only one aspect. In 1965 the Korean government of Park Chung-hee signed a treaty with Japan, normalizing the relations between the two countries. Under the treaty South Korea received very large amounts of economic aid, grants, loans and, significantly, compensation for victims of Japanese rule. (The Japanese government paid 3 times national budget as a compensation but kept it in secret 40 years in Korea to incite hatred towards Japan and the Korea government keeps trying to hide the truth. Although all individual claims were settled in the 1965 Japan-South Korea Treaty, the Japanese government still offered compensation several times to the Korean women as a good gesture. However, when Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995(Compensation came with a personal letter of apology from Prime Minister of Japan), South Korean NGO threatened former comfort women not to accept Japan's apology and the compensation. 61 of those who defied the NGO’s order were verified as traitors, their names and addresses were published in newspapers as pros**tutes, and they had to live the rest of their lives in disgrace. South Korean government signed Japan-Korea agreement on the comfort women issue in 2015 and Japanese government paid 1 billion dollars as atonement money to the former Korean comfort women. However, The administration of Korea’s Moon Jae In abandoned the agreement in 2018 without any notification . The dissolution announcement is totally unacceptable for Japan. While the Government of the ROK, including President Moon Jae-in, repeatedly stated in public that it “will not abandon the agreement” and “will not ask for a renegotiation with Japan”) - The Japanese government at that time (1965) offered to compensate individual victims, but the South Korean government refused the offer and insisted that it should receive all the money and itself compensate its citizens. Very little of this money (only USD 250) was paid to individuals and instead was used for economic development of South Korea. The Japanese government has apologized for its comfort women system (which actually was an extension of the licensed pros**tution system that existed both in Korea and Japan before the war and which involved a large number of Japanese pros**tutes as well as those from other countries), Germany has never apologized or paid any compensation to any former pros***utes. In fact, nobody has ever demanded any such things, since these women, which rightly or wrongly were viewed as collaborators in the occupied countries, never found any supporters or defenders” -Professor Andrzej Kozlowski, University of Warsaw

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin17 godzin temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Nina Stefancic
    Nina StefancicDzień temu

    this is so damn heartbreaking. may her innocent beautiful soul rest in peace........

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    17 godzin temu

    Please don't fall for this lie. Ms. Kim Bok-Dong was born in 1926 (please google), taken at 14 yrs and 8 years being detained which means she had been detained until 1948. But WW2 ended 1945. (Japanese army in Singapore surrendered Sept 12, 1945, whereas Japanese Gov Surrender Aug 15, 1945.) Her story doesn't add up. She was with The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance that supports Korean comfort women, but it collects donations from ROK people and passes them to Pro N-Korea activities. The chair woman Yoon Mee-Hyang was sued. And her husband Kim Sam-suk, his sister Kim Eun Ju and her husband were arrested for sp*ying for N-Korea. Lee Yong-Soo is most iconic comfort woman with KCJR, who is known for her changing testimonies. Others change their testimonies, too. These lies have been spread to split South Korea and Japan. China is taking advantage of this issue for its ambition of expanding territory in East China sea. Please google "How Beijing weaponizes‘ comfort women 'as propaganda tool ASIA TIMES"

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    20 godzin temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Connie Balmer
    Connie BalmerDzień temu

    ONE IF THE MIST CRUELTY DINE TI HUMAN BEINGS. I THOUGHT ONLY BLACK PEOPLES WERE ENSLAVED BUT THERE MAYBE MILLIONS OF OTHER TYPES OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE GONE THROUGH HARD TIMES. SORRY FOR THAT LADY.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    20 godzin temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • allergic to humans not animals
    allergic to humans not animalsDzień temu

    So japan rn is the definition of an egotistical jerk

  • allergic to humans not animals

    allergic to humans not animals

    10 godzin temu

    @Kao rin comfort women still existed and they were still being used against their will by the japanese regime and nothing you say will change that part of history.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    20 godzin temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Froilan Alfred Wahiman
    Froilan Alfred WahimanDzień temu

    People in the comments are getting mad in japan and all, but you should know that most people in japan don't know this, since they're filled with the younger generation. It's they're government that's in the wrong, don't blame the country.

  • Froilan Alfred Wahiman

    Froilan Alfred Wahiman

    19 godzin temu

    @White Cherry Blossoms rlly?

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    20 godzin temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin
    Kao rinDzień temu

    “As academics, we are used to dealing with exagge:rations. We are not used to finding that the story is pure fiction. But that is the nature of the comfort-women-se*x-slave story. It’s been a bizarrely unending story. Elderly Korean women claim to have been forced at Japanese bayonet-point to work as sex slaves. The Japanese government replies that the Korean government waived claims like this by treaty in 1965. But it expresses sympathy anyway, and offers more money. Koreans still complain. The Japanese government apologizes again, offers more money, and the Korean government promises never to raise the question again. Then a new political party takes power, declares the Japanese apology insincere, and starts the process all over again. Expressing sympathy to elderly women who have had a rough life is fine. Paying money to an ally in order to rebuild a stable relationship is fine. But the claims about enslaved Korean comfort women are historically untrue. The Japanese army did not dragoon Korean women to work in its brothels. It did not use Korean women as s*ex slaves. The claims to the contrary are simply ー factually ー false.” -HARVARD university JOHN M. OLIN CENTER FOR LAW, ECONOMICS, AND BUSINESS

  • Kao rin
    Kao rinDzień temu

    “We in the West have embraced an odd "narrative." The Japanese army of the 1930s and 1940s, we write, forcibly drafted 200,000 mostly Korean teenage girls into "rape camps" called "comfort stations." Should anyone question the story, we summarily consign the person to "denier" status. This makes for a strange phenomenon. Only a few of the comfort women claim to have been forcibly recruited, and several of them had told a different story before the reparations campaign against Japan began. A strongly leftist affiliate runs their nursing home, controls whom they can see, and vilifies any woman who might say anything else. In fact, no one has ever located any documentary evidence that the Japanese military forcibly recruited any Korean woman into a comfort station. And when Korean academics question the orthodox account, their own government sometimes prosecutes them for criminal defamation -- indeed, sent one heterodox professor last fall to six months in prison” Comfort Women and the Professors HARVARD JOHN M. OLIN CENTER FOR LAW, ECONOMICS, AND BUSINESS

  • Kao rin
    Kao rinDzień temu

    Korean authorities say “Being a comfort women is basically an occupation. Their job was to offer sexual services in order to make money. Women cannot go to comfort stations to do this work without legal authorization. They are not simply taken away. In most cases, they were sold by their fathers and mothers, if not of their own free will. The reason is that, to be a comfort woman, or to work for a sexual service business operator, a contract is absolutely necessary. The contract requires written consent signed by a legal guardian. The legal guardian can be a parent or a family member. In those days, foster fathers were accepted as legal guardians. Foster fathers in those days were typical human traff*ckers. Why? Because they played parent such that they can legally take control of women. For this, an official copy of the family register was required. This was necessary because it was important to make sure who the legal guardian was and, even more importantly, age had to be verified. In those days, a woman had to be a least 17 years of age to be permitted to work as a pros**tute. Those under 17 were not allowed to work in brothels at all. It was strict. However, KIM Bok-dong, who was made the figurehead by the MOON Jae-in administration, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Korean Council, said that she was taken away at the age of 14 to become a comfort woman. This is a lie. LEE Yong-soo, as you may know well, “was 14 when she was taken away by the Japanese army at night while she was sleeping,” which is in a book written by YOON Mi-hyang. This is a lie. In her initial testimony, LEE Yong-soo says that she followed a friend called KIM Bon-soon to meet a certain person. When she was given a red dress and a pair of leather shoes in a bag, feeling attracted, before she knew it, she went with them. She said that she was 14. LEE Yong-soo’s age keeps changing. She has mentioned being 14, 15 and 16 and she was 14 in her initial testimony. This is a lie. A 14-year-old girl could not have been a comfort woman. It was just not possible to work as one at the age of 15. The ROK is currently a haven of lies. From the 1960s to 1970s, when women from rural areas were wandering around Seoul Station, someone always approached them to talk to them. They would ask, “Aren’t you hungry? Aren’t you cold?” “Yes.” “Why don’t you come with me? I can give you something to eat in a warm place.” So they followed the person and found themselves in a place that you can easily imagine. That is what happened to comfort women. However, when comfort women were taken away, traders, or procurers, made contracts with their parents and family members and paid in advance. It is a loan from the employer. KIM Hak-soon testified first on August 14, 1991 that she had been a comfort woman. In fact, she was also bought by her foster father for 40 yen. Her mother sold her for 40 yen. KIM Hak-soon’s foster father gave her kisaeng training at an academy and attempted to do business within the country but could not because she fell short of the legal age. Accordingly, in order to take her to China, he asked KIM’s mother if he could “take her to China,” to which she consented. At the time of departure, KIM testified, her mother went to Pyongyang Station to sell her, carrying a yellow sweater. Now, none of these women, KIM Hak-soon, LEE Yong-soo, KIL Won-ok or KIM Bok-dong, said in their testimonies that they were taken away by the Japanese army. YOON Mi-hyang of the Korean Council for the Women Drafted, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and Moon Jae-in are all lying. All of you must know the truth. The reason why we are making a statement here is that these lies fill the entire ROK, causing conflict and division between Korean people. The lie forces Japan to break their relationship with South Korea. We must know correct history. By knowing correct history, the people’s thinking will be one. In that sense, “the comfort woman statue symbolizing hatred and conflict”, “this comfort woman statue symbolizing lies and fabrication” must definitely be removed.” -Director of the Korean History Textbook Research Institute

  • Endergamer 748
    Endergamer 748Dzień temu

    If you haven’t seen the pinned comment Madame Kim passed away in August of 2019. I hope she’s found peace and is free of the pain or memories of the trauma she suffered. RIP You Brave Soul

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    Dzień temu

    Korean authorities say “Being a comfort women is basically an occupation. Their job was to offer sexual services in order to make money. Women cannot go to comfort stations to do this work without legal authorization. They are not simply taken away. In most cases, they were sold by their fathers and mothers, if not of their own free will. The reason is that, to be a comfort woman, or to work for a sexual service business operator, a contract is absolutely necessary. The contract requires written consent signed by a legal guardian. The legal guardian can be a parent or a family member. In those days, foster fathers were accepted as legal guardians. Foster fathers in those days were typical human traff*ckers. Why? Because they played parent such that they can legally take control of women. For this, an official copy of the family register was required. This was necessary because it was important to make sure who the legal guardian was and, even more importantly, age had to be verified. In those days, a woman had to be a least 17 years of age to be permitted to work as a pros**tute. Those under 17 were not allowed to work in brothels at all. It was strict. However, KIM Bok-dong, who was made the figurehead by the MOON Jae-in administration, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Korean Council, said that she was taken away at the age of 14 to become a comfort woman. This is a lie. LEE Yong-soo, as you may know well, “was 14 when she was taken away by the Japanese army at night while she was sleeping,” which is in a book written by YOON Mi-hyang. This is a lie. In her initial testimony, LEE Yong-soo says that she followed a friend called KIM Bon-soon to meet a certain person. When she was given a red dress and a pair of leather shoes in a bag, feeling attracted, before she knew it, she went with them. She said that she was 14. LEE Yong-soo’s age keeps changing. She has mentioned being 14, 15 and 16 and she was 14 in her initial testimony. This is a lie. A 14-year-old girl could not have been a comfort woman. It was just not possible to work as one at the age of 15. The ROK is currently a haven of lies. From the 1960s to 1970s, when women from rural areas were wandering around Seoul Station, someone always approached them to talk to them. They would ask, “Aren’t you hungry? Aren’t you cold?” “Yes.” “Why don’t you come with me? I can give you something to eat in a warm place.” So they followed the person and found themselves in a place that you can easily imagine. That is what happened to comfort women. However, when comfort women were taken away, traders, or procurers, made contracts with their parents and family members and paid in advance. It is a loan from the employer. KIM Hak-soon testified first on August 14, 1991 that she had been a comfort woman. In fact, she was also bought by her foster father for 40 yen. Her mother sold her for 40 yen. KIM Hak-soon’s foster father gave her kisaeng training at an academy and attempted to do business within the country but could not because she fell short of the legal age. Accordingly, in order to take her to China, he asked KIM’s mother if he could “take her to China,” to which she consented. At the time of departure, KIM testified, her mother went to Pyongyang Station to sell her, carrying a yellow sweater. Now, none of these women, KIM Hak-soon, LEE Yong-soo, KIL Won-ok or KIM Bok-dong, said in their testimonies that they were taken away by the Japanese army. YOON Mi-hyang of the Korean Council for the Women Drafted, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and Moon Jae-in are all lying. All of you must know the truth. The reason why we are making a statement here is that these lies fill the entire ROK, causing conflict and division between Korean people. The lie forces Japan to break their relationship with South Korea. We must know correct history. By knowing correct history, the people’s thinking will be one. In that sense, “the comfort woman statue symbolizing hatred and conflict”, “this comfort woman statue symbolizing lies and fabrication” must definitely be removed.” -Director of the Korean History Textbook Research Institute

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    Dzień temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Linh TRAN
    Linh TRAN2 dni temu

    Omg bless this woman. She is so strong, her youth was literally destroyed but she's still determined to live to tell her story and help other women of the same fate :((

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    Dzień temu

    Korean authorities say “Being a comfort women is basically an occupation. Their job was to offer sexual services in order to make money. Women cannot go to comfort stations to do this work without legal authorization. They are not simply taken away. In most cases, they were sold by their fathers and mothers, if not of their own free will. The reason is that, to be a comfort woman, or to work for a sexual service business operator, a contract is absolutely necessary. The contract requires written consent signed by a legal guardian. The legal guardian can be a parent or a family member. In those days, foster fathers were accepted as legal guardians. Foster fathers in those days were typical human traff*ckers. Why? Because they played parent such that they can legally take control of women. For this, an official copy of the family register was required. This was necessary because it was important to make sure who the legal guardian was and, even more importantly, age had to be verified. In those days, a woman had to be a least 17 years of age to be permitted to work as a pros**tute. Those under 17 were not allowed to work in brothels at all. It was strict. However, KIM Bok-dong, who was made the figurehead by the MOON Jae-in administration, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Korean Council, said that she was taken away at the age of 14 to become a comfort woman. This is a lie. LEE Yong-soo, as you may know well, “was 14 when she was taken away by the Japanese army at night while she was sleeping,” which is in a book written by YOON Mi-hyang. This is a lie. In her initial testimony, LEE Yong-soo says that she followed a friend called KIM Bon-soon to meet a certain person. When she was given a red dress and a pair of leather shoes in a bag, feeling attracted, before she knew it, she went with them. She said that she was 14. LEE Yong-soo’s age keeps changing. She has mentioned being 14, 15 and 16 and she was 14 in her initial testimony. This is a lie. A 14-year-old girl could not have been a comfort woman. It was just not possible to work as one at the age of 15. The ROK is currently a haven of lies. From the 1960s to 1970s, when women from rural areas were wandering around Seoul Station, someone always approached them to talk to them. They would ask, “Aren’t you hungry? Aren’t you cold?” “Yes.” “Why don’t you come with me? I can give you something to eat in a warm place.” So they followed the person and found themselves in a place that you can easily imagine. That is what happened to comfort women. However, when comfort women were taken away, traders, or procurers, made contracts with their parents and family members and paid in advance. It is a loan from the employer. KIM Hak-soon testified first on August 14, 1991 that she had been a comfort woman. In fact, she was also bought by her foster father for 40 yen. Her mother sold her for 40 yen. KIM Hak-soon’s foster father gave her kisaeng training at an academy and attempted to do business within the country but could not because she fell short of the legal age. Accordingly, in order to take her to China, he asked KIM’s mother if he could “take her to China,” to which she consented. At the time of departure, KIM testified, her mother went to Pyongyang Station to sell her, carrying a yellow sweater. Now, none of these women, KIM Hak-soon, LEE Yong-soo, KIL Won-ok or KIM Bok-dong, said in their testimonies that they were taken away by the Japanese army. YOON Mi-hyang of the Korean Council for the Women Drafted, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and Moon Jae-in are all lying. All of you must know the truth. The reason why we are making a statement here is that these lies fill the entire ROK, causing conflict and division between Korean people. The lie forces Japan to break their relationship with South Korea. We must know correct history. By knowing correct history, the people’s thinking will be one. In that sense, “the comfort woman statue symbolizing hatred and conflict”, “this comfort woman statue symbolizing lies and fabrication” must definitely be removed.” -Director of the Korean History Textbook Research Institute

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    Dzień temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Hendra Li
    Hendra Li2 dni temu

    I hate Japan, but i love Anime

  • Namtiddies

    Namtiddies

    Dzień temu

    @White Cherry Blossoms stfu

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    Dzień temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • kyarib
    kyarib2 dni temu

    It should be remembered that during World War II, there was a lieutenant general from Korea who joined the Japanese army. He was not the only Korean who belonged to the Japanese military as an army officer. I think Koreans should learn the fact that many Koreans were involved in the rule of Korea by ”the Empire of Japan". They played a part in Japan's rule of Korea not only in the military but also in various administrative fields.

  • Lily Kim
    Lily Kim2 dni temu

    I’m Korean and I love Japanese culture, food, anime, all those stuff but it’s really sad that Japan took over Korea and did so much horrible things to us in the past. History is history, but I’ll never forget how Koreans were treated in that period.

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    2 dni temu

    Hi, Kim Bok-Dong was born in 1926 (please google), taken at 14 yrs and 8 years being detained which means she had been detained until 1948. But WW2 ended 1945. (Japanese army in Singapore surrendered Sept 12, 1945, whereas Japanese Gov Surrender Aug 15, 1945.) Her story doesn't add up. She was with The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance that supports Korean comfort women, but it collects donations from ROK people and passes them to Pro N-Korea activities. The chair woman Yoon Mee-Hyang was sued. And her husband Kim Sam-suk, his sister Kim Eun Ju and her husband were arrested for sp*ying for N-Korea. Lee Yong-Soo is most iconic comfort woman with KCJR, who is known for her changing testimonies. Others change their testimonies, too. These lies have been spread to split South Korea and Japan. And what is worse is ROK politicians have used anti-Japan propaganda to control your people, too, for almost 70 years now. Making an enemy outside a country is politicians' technique to avert people's complaints. ROK Gov blame Japan, for anything, even if something is actually their fault. Media write anti-Japan news, too, knowing they can make more money by stimulating your emotions. See how Moon administration and your Media are agitating anti-Japan emotions now about the release of properly processed water from Fukushima. But the truth is as only limited your media say Moon administration's task force scientifically concluded last year that releasing water is no problem. You cannot know the truth in South Korea unless you search for it. Only limited Korean people know the truth, unfortunately. Try googling "알아서는 안 되는 일제시대의 진실"

  • Biricik Solak
    Biricik Solak2 dni temu

    YOUR SARROW IS OUR SARROW regards from TURKEY HANGUK SARAM ANYON HASSEYO SARRANEYOOO u are our blood brother and sıster warm REGARDS FROM ISTANBUL TURKEY KAMSA MIDA

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    18 godzin temu

    @Biricik Solak I'm sorry for some reason my reply didn't go through. Did you at least Google when she was born? Yes, it is a huge lie. The biggest and most terrible lie I have ever seen in my life. Do you understand East Asia situation of com*munism (China, N-Korea) vs Western countries where China is trying to expand the territory in East and South China sea? Western countries defense there is supposed to be the US-Japan-S.Korea alliance. There are people who wants to unify Korean peninsula in N-Korea com*munism way (and thus China helps them). KCJR is one of the pro N-Korea groups and they spread the lies to split S-Korea and Japan. And it's working. China is laughing. Japan and S-Korea is now in the worst relation ever.

  • Biricik Solak

    Biricik Solak

    2 dni temu

    @White Cherry Blossoms SUCH A FAKE CONVERSATION TO BE TRUE thnks WELL SAID

  • Biricik Solak

    Biricik Solak

    2 dni temu

    @Kao rin a voıce ınsıde me saıd just watch ıt THANKS for ur long ınformatıon . TESEKKURLER

  • Biricik Solak

    Biricik Solak

    2 dni temu

    @MYBOB why do they need such a BIG .HUGE lıe why are they LIEAR such an ıdıot people are located ın everywhere ...very DISGRACE ıt ıs sort of TRIANGLE that basıcally socıal medıa and audıence and these lıear person SUCH A FAKE CONVERSATION TO BE TRUE MYBOB thanks

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    2 dni temu

    Please don't fall for this lie. Ms. Kim Bok-Dong was born in 1926 (please google), taken at 14 yrs and 8 years being detained which means she had been detained until 1948. But WW2 ended 1945. (Japanese army in Singapore surrendered Sept 12, 1945, whereas Japanese Gov Surrender Aug 15, 1945.) Her story doesn't add up. She was with The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance that supports Korean comfort women, but it collects donations from ROK people and passes them to Pro N-Korea activities. The chair woman Yoon Mee-Hyang was sued. And her husband Kim Sam-suk, his sister Kim Eun Ju and her husband were arrested for sp*ying for N-Korea. Lee Yong-Soo is most iconic comfort woman with KCJR, who is known for her changing testimonies. Others change their testimonies, too. These lies have been spread to split South Korea and Japan. China is taking advantage of this issue. Please google "How Beijing weaponizes‘ comfort women 'as propaganda tool ASIA TIMES"

  • Sabina esgerov
    Sabina esgerov3 dni temu

    А. Где. русский. перевод.

  • Alexandra Legontseva
    Alexandra Legontseva3 dni temu

    I can't believe that Japanese Government has't made a formal apology. It is the shame. We all should know what had been happenning there. Thank you for the video.

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    2 dni temu

    @Alexandra Legontseva You're welcome. This issue is so complicated that I cannot write everything here. Ms. Kim was with The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance that supports Korean comfort women, but it collects donations from ROK people and passes them to Pro N-Korea activities. The chair woman Yoon Mee-Hyang was sued. And her husband Kim Sam-suk, his sister Kim Eun Ju and her husband were arrested for sp*ying for N-Korea. Lee Yong-Soo is most iconic comfort woman with KCJR, who is known for her changing testimonies. Others change their testimonies, too. These lies have been spread to split South Korea and Japan. And China is aggressively taking advantage of this issue. Please google "How Beijing weaponizes‘ comfort women 'as propaganda tool ASIA TIMES" (But regarding this comfort women, they were basically professionals. a lot of documents found from the time say so, such as recruiting ads of comfort women, bank records or even third party documents. For example please search "US report 49 comfort women" written by the US in 1944 during WW2.)

  • Alexandra Legontseva

    Alexandra Legontseva

    2 dni temu

    @MYBOB Oh, I didn’t know it. Thank you. That’s really weird and I don’t understand what should I believe then 🤔

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    2 dni temu

    I can tell how unreasonable that claim is. (I won't bother to say the details of Japan having apologized many times, because you can just search but tell the important parts only) Here's what happened. Japan and ROK reached agreement (Treaty) in 1965. Japan offered individual compensations for WW2. But it was ROK that rejected saying they would compensate their people. Japan trusted the ROK gov and paid the money to the gov. What happened after that? ROK didn't compensate them at all, they used money for something else. Moreover they had hidden the fact from SK people that there was the treaty until 2005. In 2015, both Govs reached the final, irreversible agreement about comfort women. ROK gov represented the country, so Japan trusted ROK gov and paid money (again) and officially apologized (again). The agreement was about Confort Women, so the trust here means that ROK gov would take good care of confort women and they would accept apologies. What could Japanese Gov do other than trust when ROK Gov says the agreement is fine, it's final and irreversible? They are the Government. They represent their people. Some of you may say the ROK Gov didn't represent us, But it was you Korean people who elected them and that's what democracy is. (By the way Japanese Gov exercised their duty for the 2015 agreement but Korea Gov hasn't. When Moon took over as president in 2017, he said he couldn't accept the agreement for "emotional" reasons. Is it even what a country leader can say?) Ms. Kim said in the video, "If ROK Goverment had consulted with us" before the agreement. Yes that's exactly is the answer. It's the issue between ROK Gov and former comfort women. It was not Japanese gov but ROK gov who needed to make sure the agreement would work for comfort women, when they represented their country. But instead ROK gov blames Japan and makes people believe Japan never formally apologized.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    2 dni temu

    Kim Bok-Dong said that she worked as a comfort woman for 8 years until 1948 but WW2 ended in 1945. -IJA didn’t exist after WW2. Japan participated in the WW2 in 1939 -1945-1939=6 years In her speech, 9/18/2013 in France, She said that her human rights has been violated by IJA in “Korean war”. -There is no IJA during the Korean war. Her human rights has been likely violated by UN/US soldiers. 122 of Korean comfort women for the UN/US sued their government in 2014. While Korean comfort women who sued Japan were only 9 in 1991. It means the US had more sex slaves than Japan.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    2 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • kyarib
    kyarib3 dni temu

    This is an unfair video. Korean comfort women also existed in the South Korean army at the time of the Korean War. Nevertheless, Koreans pursue only the criminal liability of the Japanese army but do not mention the crimes of the South Korean army. Koreans are using the comfort women issue as an excuse for injuring the status of the Japanese. Probably the real purpose of Koreans is to confirm their moral superiority over Japan and to satisfy their pride. That's why Koreans are indifferent to the dignity of the comfort women who have been victims of the South Korean army. Is the statue of "wartime comfort woman" a victim of the Japanese army? or a victim of the South Korean army?

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    2 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin3 dni temu

    A Taiwanese eye witness commenting about the time when Taiwan was under the rule of Japan. "The South Korean government is telling total lies. For example, regarding the comfort women for Japan in those days, they were all volunteers. The reason why they volunteered was the wages. At that time, the average civil servant earned about 40 yen per month. Girls in bars and taverns could earn about 50 to 60 yen. However, if they become comfort women, they could earn 200 yen per month. They could earn 4 to 5 times more than the average worker. So naturally, lots of girls applied voluntarily because when they worked as comfort women, they could live their whole lives using these earnings. To become a comfort woman, they took out a 2 year contract, and if they worked for 2 years, they could get enough money to live for the rest of their lives. That’s why so many people applied voluntarily. Some said they became military nurses and then were forced to become comfort women, but it’s a lie. It’s a blatant lie! At that time, going to a battleground overseas and coming back to Japan as a comfort woman meant that other people might treat you as a sp*y and accuse you of being a collaborator. So, everybody forged themselves identities as nurses when they came back, which makes it a complete lie."

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin3 dni temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen.

  • genre mags
    genre mags3 dni temu

    So when are you going to show the suffering of Vietnamese women raped and murdered by South Korean soldiers during the Vietnam war. There's still more than 800 living survivors waiting for an apology.

  • lil kimmy b
    lil kimmy b3 dni temu

    May all the women that went through these horrible inhumane crimes find peace one day. My heart aches for Madame Kim and her having to live the last years of her life fighting for justice that still hasnt gotten served. Shame on the japanese that are trying to cover this up, shame on those who comitted these horrible crimes, and most of all shame on those who deny and try to justify it. These women were raped and robbed of their human rights. The fact that these women had to pass away without even hearing a formal apology makes me sick.

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    2 dni temu

    Please don't fall for this lie. Ms. Kim Bok-Dong was born in 1926 (please google), taken at 14 yrs and 8 years being detained which means she had been detained until 1948. But WW2 ended 1945. (Japanese army in Singapore surrendered Sept 12, 1945, whereas Japanese Gov Surrender Aug 15, 1945.) Her story doesn't add up. She was with The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance that supports Korean comfort women, but it collects donations from ROK people and passes them to Pro N-Korea activities. The chair woman Yoon Mee-Hyang was sued. And her husband Kim Sam-suk, his sister Kim Eun Ju and her husband were arrested for sp*ying for N-Korea. Lee Yong-Soo is most iconic comfort woman with KCJR, who is known for her changing testimonies. Others change their testimonies, too. These lies have been spread to split South Korea and Japan. China is taking advantage of this issue. Please google "How Beijing weaponizes‘ comfort women 'as propaganda tool ASIA TIMES"

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    3 dni temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    3 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Sude Bağcı
    Sude Bağcı4 dni temu

    Will you be the voice of Uyghur Turks? They need help, too.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    4 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin4 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Uhm Hipsturghs
    Uhm Hipsturghs4 dni temu

    Lien Avon chump America’s food *drops mic* thajunkfood

  • Michael Jackson
    Michael Jackson5 dni temu

    Anyhow ,now all are stopped and good leaders have come and made numerous unions and helping in various ways .let world become a better place

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    4 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    4 dni temu

    If you are interested in this issue, try Googling "How Beijing weaponizes‘ comfort women 'as propaganda tool ASIA TIMES " The article says “The “comfort women” issue appears, on the surface, to be a bilateral problem between South Korea and Japan. In reality, it is deeper. The key player is increasingly not South Korea, but China, and the ultimate target is not Japan, but the United States, as the comfort women are co-opted by Beijing in its anti-American information war - It is notable that several prominent persons connected with Korean Council, the most vocal comfort woman-related NGO in South Korea, have been arrested as North Korean sp*ies.

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin5 dni temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen.

  • Mina Rosered
    Mina Rosered5 dni temu

    These men were monsters. Any man in this world that can rape a girl is a monster. I can't believe none of them had any sympathy for her knowing what she was going through. And they had to have lived to be old men. I wonder if any of them wondered what happened to those poor girls. May they rot in hell if there is one

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    5 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Mo Mo
    Mo Mo5 dni temu

    How sad💔x

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    5 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Pianoforest
    Pianoforest5 dni temu

    Rest in peace madame

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    4 dni temu

    Please don't fall for this lie. Ms. Kim Bok-Dong was born in 1926 (please google), taken at 14 yrs and 8 years being detained which means she had been detained until 1948. But WW2 ended 1945. Japanese army in Singapore surrendered Sept 12, 1945, too. Her story doesn't add up. She was with The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance that supports Korean comfort women, but collects donations from ROK people and passes them to Pro N-Korea activities. The chair woman Yoon Mee-Hyang was sued. And her husband Kim Sam-suk and his sister Kim Eun Ju were arrested for sp*ying for N-Korea.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    5 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin5 dni temu

    Have you watched Lee Yon-Soo’s li:e? Check my saved video Lee Yong-soo, the most famous comfort woman, filmed in 1992 is now found, in which she testified that she became Comfort Woman just because she followed a man who gave her a dress and shoes, NOT because she was tricked or abducted by force by Imperial Japanese Army. The footage filmed on Aug 15th, 1992 at KBS. That seems a little bit ironic that the announcer reconfirmed that she became Comfort Woman NOT because she was abd*ucted by force by Imperial Japanese Army, but she just followed a man by her own will. --

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin5 dni temu

    “Being a comfort women is basically an occupation. Their job was to offer sexual services in order to make money. Women cannot go to comfort stations to do this work without legal authorization. They are not simply taken away. In most cases, they were sold by their fathers and mothers, if not of their own free will. The reason is that, to be a comfort woman, or to work for a sexual service business operator, a contract is absolutely necessary. The contract requires written consent signed by a legal guardian. The legal guardian can be a parent or a family member. In those days, foster fathers were accepted as legal guardians. Foster fathers in those days were typical human traff*ckers. Why? Because they played parent such that they can legally take control of women. For this, an official copy of the family register was required. This was necessary because it was important to make sure who the legal guardian was and, even more importantly, age had to be verified. In those days, a woman had to be a least 17 years of age to be permitted to work as a pros**tute. Those under 17 were not allowed to work in brothels at all. It was strict. However, KIM Bok-dong, who was made the figurehead by the MOON Jae-in administration, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Korean Council, said that she was taken away at the age of 14 to become a comfort woman. This is a lie. LEE Yong-soo, as you may know well, “was 14 when she was taken away by the Japanese army at night while she was sleeping,” which is in a book written by YOON Mi-hyang. This is a lie. In her initial testimony, LEE Yong-soo says that she followed a friend called KIM Bon-soon to meet a certain person. When she was given a red dress and a pair of leather shoes in a bag, feeling attracted, before she knew it, she went with them. She said that she was 14. LEE Yong-soo’s age keeps changing. She has mentioned being 14, 15 and 16 and she was 14 in her initial testimony. This is a lie. A 14-year-old girl could not have been a comfort woman. It was just not possible to work as one at the age of 15. The ROK is currently a haven of lies. From the 1960s to 1970s, when women from rural areas were wandering around Seoul Station, someone always approached them to talk to them. They would ask, “Aren’t you hungry? Aren’t you cold?” “Yes.” “Why don’t you come with me? I can give you something to eat in a warm place.” So they followed the person and found themselves in a place that you can easily imagine. That is what happened to comfort women. However, when comfort women were taken away, traders, or procurers, made contracts with their parents and family members and paid in advance. It is a loan from the employer. KIM Hak-soon testified first on August 14, 1991 that she had been a comfort woman. In fact, she was also bought by her foster father for 40 yen. Her mother sold her for 40 yen. KIM Hak-soon’s foster father gave her kisaeng training at an academy and attempted to do business within the country but could not because she fell short of the legal age. Accordingly, in order to take her to China, he asked KIM’s mother if he could “take her to China,” to which she consented. At the time of departure, KIM testified, her mother went to Pyongyang Station to sell her, carrying a yellow sweater. Now, none of these women, KIM Hak-soon, LEE Yong-soo, KIL Won-ok or KIM Bok-dong, said in their testimonies that they were taken away by the Japanese army. YOON Mi-hyang of the Korean Council for the Women Drafted, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and Moon Jae-in are all lying. All of you must know the truth. The reason why we are making a statement here is that these lies fill the entire ROK, causing conflict and division between Korean people. The lie forces Japan to break their relationship with South Korea. We must know correct history. By knowing correct history, the people’s thinking will be one. In that sense, “the comfort woman statue symbolizing hatred and conflict”, “this comfort woman statue symbolizing lies and fabrication” must definitely be removed.” -Director of the Korean History Textbook Research Institute

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin5 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin5 dni temu

    In South Korea, the restriction of research and debate on “comfort women” has fostered a groupthink in a society and polity that otherwise values vigorous public discussions. The few academics that openly dispute the “comfort women” abd*uction narrative are too often harassed by activists, investigated by their universities, and prosecuted by the government. In a 2013 book, Sejong University professor Park Yu-ha reported the diversity in “comfort women” experiences and challenged the veracity of some testimonials. Rather than triggering a scholarly debate, a Seoul civil court partially censored Park’s book and fined her 90 million won ($74,000) for defaming former “comfort women.” National prosecutors also seek a three-year jail term for her words. On April 26, 2017, a Sunchon National University professor (“Song”) told his class in a lecture that some Koreans “probably” volunteered to be comfort women. The university terminated his employment, and a court sentenced him to six months in prison. The suppression of critical discourse too often means that Koreans, including students, lack awareness of arguments and data challenging the dominant narrative. -On ‘Comfort Women’ and Academic Freedom

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin5 dni temu

    Perhaps most disconcertingly, students typically have little, if any, awareness of South Korea’s state-sponsored sexual labor before and after Japanese colonization. During the Koryo(918 to 1392 CE) and Joseon (1392-1910 CE) dynasties, Korea sent tens of thousands of “tribute women” (kongnyo) to China. Since 1945, an estimated one-quarter to one-half million “comfort women” have serviced American soldiers, with the knowledge and, during the 1970s, encouragement and supervision, of the South Korean government. Modern-day sex workers in South Korea, who often service military personnel, receive little public or government sympathy and, if migrant workers, are often deported. They suffer some of the most punitive sex work laws among OECD countries, forcing most underground, because the dominant societal narrative holds that only a few, immoral women voluntarily engage in paid sex work. - On ‘Comfort Women’ and Academic Freedom

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin5 dni temu

    In 1994-95, 61 registered survivors (out of 203) accepted compensation from Japan’s Asian Women’s Fund. More might have accepted but activists publicly shamed those who accepted, and the government financially pressured survivors to reject payments. In 2004, a group of 33 former “comfort women” criticized the Korean Council for “humiliating and shaming” women who had received this compensation. - On ‘Comfort Women’ and Academic Freedom

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin5 dni temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen.

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin5 dni temu

    Kim Bok-Dong said that she worked as a comfort woman for 8 years until 1948 but WW2 ended in 1945. -IJA didn’t exist after WW2. Japan participated in the WW2 in 1939 -1945-1939=6 years In her speech, 9/18/2013 in France, She said that her human rights has been violated by IJA in “Korean war”. -There is no IJA during the Korean war. Her human rights has been likely violated by UN/US soldiers.

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin5 dni temu

    As academics, we are used to dealing with exaggerations. We are not used to finding that the story is pure fiction. But that is the nature of the comfort-women-se*x-slave story. It’s been a bizarrely unending story. Elderly Korean women claim to have been forced at Japanese bayonet-point to work as sex slaves. The Japanese government replies that the Korean government waived claims like this by treaty in 1965. But it expresses sympathy anyway, and offers more money. Koreans still complain. The Japanese government apologizes again, offers more money, and the Korean government promises never to raise the question again. Then a new political party takes power, declares the Japanese apology insincere, and starts the process all over again. Expressing sympathy to elderly women who have had a rough life is fine. Paying money to an ally in order to rebuild a stable relationship is fine. But the claims about enslaved Korean comfort women are historically untrue. The Japanese army did not dragoon Korean women to work in its brothels. It did not use Korean women as s*ex slaves. The claims to the contrary are simply ー factually ー false. - HARVARD university JOHN M. OLIN CENTER FOR LAW, ECONOMICS, AND BUSINESS

  • Joneseskid
    Joneseskid6 dni temu

    Japan continues to cover up as much as it can. Shameful. I can hold my hand up as a Brit and say, I'm ashamed of what England did to other nations in the name of the Monarch's of the past. I regret what happened to those nation's whose land was stolen from them. Countries were looted and people were treated as inferior. If they rebelled, they were slaughtered. It's still a shameful stain on the UK to this day. Japan should man up. Do the honourable thing and tell the truth. Apologise to the victim's and apologise to the people of Japan for lying to the generations that came afterwards. This subject is not taught in Japanese schools. As far as America's involvement is concerned. "Operation paperclip" let many Nazi's live who ought to have been executed for war crimes. They've made quite a habit of aiding war criminals so they could get their hands on data to arm themselves and their allies. They're not the nation they believe themselves to be at all.

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    4 dni temu

    First of all, this story doesn't add up. Ms. Kim was born in 1926 (google), taken away at 14, detained for 8 years, which means 1948. But WW2 ended 1945. (Japanese army in Singapore surrendered Sept 12, 1945, whereas Japanese Gov Surrender Aug 15, 1945.) If you think se*x sla*very was happening systematically by Japanese military, that is not correct. It's true there were some soldiers who forced Dutch women into working at brot*hels in Indonesia but they were found by their supervisor when he visited and they were sentenced to death and years at war trials. No single record for Koreans. But ROK government insists there were 200,000 abdu*cted by Japanese Military systematically. But why didn't this become a problem until 1990s? Not just "victims" themselves but also their families, friends, relatives, neighbors said nothing? Why didn't any single person bring it up during the war, at war trials, at Japan-ROK treaty in 1965 when they discussed war compensations and even after that? In fact, a lot of documents found from the time say they were professionals, such as recruiting ads of comfort women, bank records or even third party documents. For example please search "US report 49 comfort women" written by the US in 1944 during WW2.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    5 dni temu

    Have you watched Lee Yon-Soo’s lie? Check my saved video Lee Yong-soo, the most famous comfort woman, filmed in 1992 is now found, in which she testified that she became Comfort Woman just because she followed a man who gave her a dress and shoes, NOT because she was tricked or abducted by force by Imperial Japanese Army. The footage filmed on Aug 15th, 1992 at KBS. That seems a little bit ironic that the announcer reconfirmed that she became Comfort Woman NOT because she was abd*ucted by force by Imperial Japanese Army, but she just followed a man by her own will. -- ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    5 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Timmy ____
    Timmy ____6 dni temu

    i used to know that the Japanese people are very well behaved, heard stories of it too but this is the black side of them i never knew existed!

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    4 dni temu

    Please don't fall for this lie. Ms. Kim Bok-Dong was born in 1926 (please google), taken at 14 yrs and 8 years being detained which means she had been detained until 1948. But WW2 ended 1945. (Japanese army in Singapore surrendered Sept 12, 1945, whereas Japanese Gov Surrender Aug 15, 1945.) Her story doesn't add up. She was with The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance that supports Korean comfort women, but it collects donations from ROK people and passes them to Pro N-Korea activities. The chair woman Yoon Mee-Hyang was sued. And her husband Kim Sam-suk, his sister Kim Eun Ju and her husband were arrested for sp*ying for N-Korea. Lee Yong-Soo is most iconic comfort woman with KCJR, who is known for her changing testimonies. Others change their testimonies, too. These lies have been spread to split South Korea and Japan. China is taking advantage of this issue. Please google "How Beijing weaponizes‘ comfort women 'as propaganda tool ASIA TIMES"

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    5 dni temu

    Lee Yong-soo, the most famous comfort woman, filmed in 1992 is now found, in which she testified that she became Comfort Woman just because she followed a man who gave her a dress and shoes, NOT because she was tricked or abducted by force by Imperial Japanese Army. The footage filmed on Aug 15th, 1992 at KBS. That seems a little bit ironic that the announcer reconfirmed that she became Comfort Woman NOT because she was abd*ucted by force by Imperial Japanese Army, but she just followed a man by her own will.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    5 dni temu

    Have you watched Lee Yon-Soo’s lie? Check my saved video

  • HandsomeKim
    HandsomeKim6 dni temu

    That's horrible... Poor lady, I hope she found Peace today...

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    5 dni temu

    @HandsomeKim Can you please shut up?

  • HandsomeKim

    HandsomeKim

    5 dni temu

    @Kao rin sry, serious question, did you need 20 minutes to write this? Grow up😉

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    5 dni temu

    @HandsomeKim I said “Can you please shut up?”

  • HandsomeKim

    HandsomeKim

    5 dni temu

    @Kao rin that's what I asked you 30 minutes ago, no need to insult people, like c'mon, seriously? That's your awnser? Big L

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    5 dni temu

    @HandsomeKim Can you please shut up?

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin6 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin6 dni temu

    A Taiwanese eye witness commenting about the time when Taiwan was under the rule of Japan. "The South Korean government is telling total lies. For example, regarding the comfort women for Japan in those days, they were all volunteers. The reason why they volunteered was the wages. At that time, the average civil servant earned about 40 yen per month. Girls in bars and taverns could earn about 50 to 60 yen. However, if they become comfort women, they could earn 200 yen per month. They could earn 4 to 5 times more than the average worker. So naturally, lots of girls applied voluntarily because when they worked as comfort women, they could live their whole lives using these earnings. To become a comfort woman, they took out a 2 year contract, and if they worked for 2 years, they could get enough money to live for the rest of their lives. That’s why so many people applied voluntarily. Some said they became military nurses and then were forced to become comfort women, but it’s a lie. It’s a blatant lie! At that time, going to a battleground overseas and coming back to Japan as a comfort woman meant that other people might treat you as a sp*y and accuse you of being a collaborator. So, everybody forged themselves identities as nurses when they came back, which makes it a complete lie."

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin6 dni temu

    “Being a comfort women is basically an occupation. Their job was to offer sexual services in order to make money. Women cannot go to comfort stations to do this work without legal authorization. They are not simply taken away. In most cases, they were sold by their fathers and mothers, if not of their own free will. The reason is that, to be a comfort woman, or to work for a sexual service business operator, a contract is absolutely necessary. The contract requires written consent signed by a legal guardian. The legal guardian can be a parent or a family member. In those days, foster fathers were accepted as legal guardians. Foster fathers in those days were typical human traff*ckers. Why? Because they played parent such that they can legally take control of women. For this, an official copy of the family register was required. This was necessary because it was important to make sure who the legal guardian was and, even more importantly, age had to be verified. In those days, a woman had to be a least 17 years of age to be permitted to work as a pros**tute. Those under 17 were not allowed to work in brothels at all. It was strict. However, KIM Bok-dong, who was made the figurehead by the MOON Jae-in administration, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Korean Council, said that she was taken away at the age of 14 to become a comfort woman. This is a lie. LEE Yong-soo, as you may know well, “was 14 when she was taken away by the Japanese army at night while she was sleeping,” which is in a book written by YOON Mi-hyang. This is a lie. In her initial testimony, LEE Yong-soo says that she followed a friend called KIM Bon-soon to meet a certain person. When she was given a red dress and a pair of leather shoes in a bag, feeling attracted, before she knew it, she went with them. She said that she was 14. LEE Yong-soo’s age keeps changing. She has mentioned being 14, 15 and 16 and she was 14 in her initial testimony. This is a lie. A 14-year-old girl could not have been a comfort woman. It was just not possible to work as one at the age of 15. The ROK is currently a haven of lies. From the 1960s to 1970s, when women from rural areas were wandering around Seoul Station, someone always approached them to talk to them. They would ask, “Aren’t you hungry? Aren’t you cold?” “Yes.” “Why don’t you come with me? I can give you something to eat in a warm place.” So they followed the person and found themselves in a place that you can easily imagine. That is what happened to comfort women. However, when comfort women were taken away, traders, or procurers, made contracts with their parents and family members and paid in advance. It is a loan from the employer. KIM Hak-soon testified first on August 14, 1991 that she had been a comfort woman. In fact, she was also bought by her foster father for 40 yen. Her mother sold her for 40 yen. KIM Hak-soon’s foster father gave her kisaeng training at an academy and attempted to do business within the country but could not because she fell short of the legal age. Accordingly, in order to take her to China, he asked KIM’s mother if he could “take her to China,” to which she consented. At the time of departure, KIM testified, her mother went to Pyongyang Station to sell her, carrying a yellow sweater. Now, none of these women, KIM Hak-soon, LEE Yong-soo, KIL Won-ok or KIM Bok-dong, said in their testimonies that they were taken away by the Japanese army. YOON Mi-hyang of the Korean Council for the Women Drafted, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and Moon Jae-in are all lying. All of you must know the truth. The reason why we are making a statement here is that these lies fill the entire ROK, causing conflict and division between Korean people. The lie forces Japan to break their relationship with South Korea. We must know correct history. By knowing correct history, the people’s thinking will be one. In that sense, “the comfort woman statue symbolizing hatred and conflict”, “this comfort woman statue symbolizing lies and fabrication” must definitely be removed.” -Director of the Korean History Textbook Research Institute

  • Timmy ____
    Timmy ____6 dni temu

    i didn't know about this "comfort woman" issue. but i know this happens that the soldiers rape women during wars. this happened to our country in Bangladesh🇧🇩 too in 1971. women were raped, tortured, eventually killed.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    5 dni temu

    @Timmy ____ There’s no evidence other than false testimonies

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    5 dni temu

    “Being a comfort women is basically an occupation. Their job was to offer sexual services in order to make money. Women cannot go to comfort stations to do this work without legal authorization. They are not simply taken away. In most cases, they were sold by their fathers and mothers, if not of their own free will. The reason is that, to be a comfort woman, or to work for a sexual service business operator, a contract is absolutely necessary. The contract requires written consent signed by a legal guardian. The legal guardian can be a parent or a family member. In those days, foster fathers were accepted as legal guardians. Foster fathers in those days were typical human traff*ckers. Why? Because they played parent such that they can legally take control of women. For this, an official copy of the family register was required. This was necessary because it was important to make sure who the legal guardian was and, even more importantly, age had to be verified. In those days, a woman had to be a least 17 years of age to be permitted to work as a pros**tute. Those under 17 were not allowed to work in brothels at all. It was strict. However, KIM Bok-dong, who was made the figurehead by the MOON Jae-in administration, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Korean Council, said that she was taken away at the age of 14 to become a comfort woman. This is a lie. LEE Yong-soo, as you may know well, “was 14 when she was taken away by the Japanese army at night while she was sleeping,” which is in a book written by YOON Mi-hyang. This is a lie. In her initial testimony, LEE Yong-soo says that she followed a friend called KIM Bon-soon to meet a certain person. When she was given a red dress and a pair of leather shoes in a bag, feeling attracted, before she knew it, she went with them. She said that she was 14. LEE Yong-soo’s age keeps changing. She has mentioned being 14, 15 and 16 and she was 14 in her initial testimony. This is a lie. A 14-year-old girl could not have been a comfort woman. It was just not possible to work as one at the age of 15. The ROK is currently a haven of lies. From the 1960s to 1970s, when women from rural areas were wandering around Seoul Station, someone always approached them to talk to them. They would ask, “Aren’t you hungry? Aren’t you cold?” “Yes.” “Why don’t you come with me? I can give you something to eat in a warm place.” So they followed the person and found themselves in a place that you can easily imagine. That is what happened to comfort women. However, when comfort women were taken away, traders, or procurers, made contracts with their parents and family members and paid in advance. It is a loan from the employer. KIM Hak-soon testified first on August 14, 1991 that she had been a comfort woman. In fact, she was also bought by her foster father for 40 yen. Her mother sold her for 40 yen. KIM Hak-soon’s foster father gave her kisaeng training at an academy and attempted to do business within the country but could not because she fell short of the legal age. Accordingly, in order to take her to China, he asked KIM’s mother if he could “take her to China,” to which she consented. At the time of departure, KIM testified, her mother went to Pyongyang Station to sell her, carrying a yellow sweater. Now, none of these women, KIM Hak-soon, LEE Yong-soo, KIL Won-ok or KIM Bok-dong, said in their testimonies that they were taken away by the Japanese army. YOON Mi-hyang of the Korean Council for the Women Drafted, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and Moon Jae-in are all lying. All of you must know the truth. The reason why we are making a statement here is that these lies fill the entire ROK, causing conflict and division between Korean people. The lie forces Japan to break their relationship with South Korea. We must know correct history. By knowing correct history, the people’s thinking will be one. In that sense, “the comfort woman statue symbolizing hatred and conflict”, “this comfort woman statue symbolizing lies and fabrication” must definitely be removed.” -Director of the Korean History Textbook Research Institute

  • Timmy ____

    Timmy ____

    6 dni temu

    you guys must be from Japan but there are many evidences. every government suck. don't defend them.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    6 dni temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    6 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Nyimas Johansyah
    Nyimas Johansyah6 dni temu

    i feel so bad why do they treat woman as a object like i think they need to show respect every one out of 3 has been rape or cat called

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    Dzień temu

    @Nyimas Johansyah I can provide more US and allied reports and News articles of the time regarding Indonesian / Korean comfort women if you want

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    Dzień temu

    @Nyimas Johansyah there is a study commissioned by the Dutch government in 1993, the Bart van Poelgeest Report, which provides a comprehensive report on the recruitment for prostitution in the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia). A short extract of the report: In practice, it was the local commander who had to draw up regulations on the establishment of military brothels in their territory. The chief of staff of the 16th army (which controlled Java)…decided that a license was required…. A license was issued only if certain conditions were met…. A further precondition was that the women working in the brothels had to do so voluntarily…a license would only be issued if the women involved signed a statement to the effect that they were providing their service voluntarily….

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    Dzień temu

    ATIS (Allied Translator/Interpreter Section) Report No. 120, “Amenities in the Japanese Armed Forces,” dated November 15, 1945, provides an extract of the interrogation of a Korean civilian comfort station owner in Burma. There is no indication that there was any misleading of the women as to the nature of the work: The statement of a prisoner of war, who was a brothel owner in Burma, and several lists of brothel regulations which have been captured in South West Pacific Area, indicate that brothels are privately owned but under military supervision. Prisoner of war purchased 22 Korean girls, paying their families from 300 to 1,000 yen (average monthly wage of a female factory worker in Japan was ¥20 JPY per month), according to the personality, looks and age of the girls. These girls were from 19 to 31…. Every “comfort girl” was employed on the following contract conditions. She received fifty percent of her own gross takings, and was provided with free passage, free food and medical treatment…. When a girl is able to repay the sum of money paid to her family, plus interest, she should be provided with a free return passage to Korea, and then considered free.”

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    Dzień temu

    “Like many people born after independence, I had no experience of living under the Dutch rule to be able to say how bad or good it was. At school we learned a thing or two about the nature of colonialism. But that is precisely the question. How much do we know about how our ancestors lived through those 300 years, when we know that they were k*led, tor*tured, ra*ped, suppressed, enslaved at home, sold as slaves abroad, forced into hard labor, sent to exile, treated as non-citizens on their own land and stripped of all dignity as human beings? What about those 300 years from the time the Netherlands started to impose control over global spice supplies from Indonesia by violent means? We know of the 1621 k*lings of almost the entire population of 14,000 people on Banda Island. But we know little of the intervening years between that mas*sacre and the war for independence in 1945-1949. We know something about the Diponegoro War, and we get a glimpse of Dutch abuses from the 1860 novel Max Havelaar by Dutch author Eduard Douwes Dekker. We hardly get any picture of life under Dutch colonialism from writers in the Balai Pustaka generation from 1920 onward. As good as their writings are - considered classic Indonesian literature - they take the colonial system as given, understandably because of the censorship. - Launched in 2016, Histori Bersama casts doubts on the credibility of an ongoing research project commissioned by the Dutch government to look into claims of war crimes committed when Dutch soldiers were sent to Indonesia to reimpose colonial rule after World War II. In spite of the massive evidence, the Dutch version of the “police actions” in 1945-1949 denied any war crimes and laid the blame for violence on Indonesian “rebels”. Dutch consciousness and understanding of their colonial history is for them to deal with. If they have not come to terms with their ugly past, it is their problem. As Indonesians, we need to learn about our history from our own perspectives, most particularly about how our ancestors lived through those very difficult years of Dutch colonial rule. Three centuries is such a long period that it must have left a deep legacy in our psyche and perhaps even our characters. Our inferiority complex may have developed from those long years of violent suppression. Corruption, a malady present among all post-independent Indonesian leaders, may have been inherited from the princes and sultans who collaborated with the Dutch rulers, in return for material gains and power. What about the violent threads? We may have taken some of the best from our colonial masters, but we must have also inherited some of the worst Dutch character traits. Without understanding our own history of colonial subjugation, we may never know who we really are. We owe it to ourselves to learn about the truth.@ -COMMENTARY: How bad, how cruel were Dutch to us? Endy M. Bayuni | The Jakarta Post |

  • Nyimas Johansyah

    Nyimas Johansyah

    2 dni temu

    @Kao rin I do but they cause deep trouble for indonesia i read and google have u see the indonesia movies like sukarno movie although they let a small state to sing the national anthem but they didnt let all the state sing

  • Ilovechocolatemilk T_T
    Ilovechocolatemilk T_T6 dni temu

    The more I learn about Japan the more it depresses me. Thank you to the people who replied, I see it's a very complicated matter between countries and the truths are different from one's side

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    2 dni temu

    @Ilovechocolatemilk T_T If you are interested in this issue, try Googling "How Beijing weaponizes‘ comfort women 'as propaganda tool ASIA TIMES " The article says “The “comfort women” issue appears, on the surface, to be a bilateral problem between South Korea and Japan. In reality, it is deeper. The key player is increasingly not South Korea, but China, and the ultimate target is not Japan, but the United States, as the comfort women are co-opted by Beijing in its anti-American information war - It is notable that several prominent persons connected with Korean Council, the most vocal comfort woman-related NGO in South Korea, have been arrested as North Korean sp*ies.

  • Ilovechocolatemilk T_T

    Ilovechocolatemilk T_T

    5 dni temu

    @White Cherry Blossoms I am confused, I don't think a women this old would lie, she was crying too, idk who to trust now.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    6 dni temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    6 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • tachin rikka
    tachin rikka6 dni temu

    hahaha lol

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin6 dni temu

    A Taiwanese eye witness commenting about the time when Taiwan was under the rule of Japan. "The South Korean government is telling total lies. For example, regarding the comfort women for Japan in those days, they were all volunteers. The reason why they volunteered was the wages. At that time, the average civil servant earned about 40 yen per month. Girls in bars and taverns could earn about 50 to 60 yen. However, if they become comfort women, they could earn 200 yen per month. They could earn 4 to 5 times more than the average worker. So naturally, lots of girls applied voluntarily because when they worked as comfort women, they could live their whole lives using these earnings. To become a comfort woman, they took out a 2 year contract, and if they worked for 2 years, they could get enough money to live for the rest of their lives. That’s why so many people applied voluntarily. Some said they became military nurses and then were forced to become comfort women, but it’s a lie. It’s a blatant lie! At that time, going to a battleground overseas and coming back to Japan as a comfort woman meant that other people might treat you as a sp*y and accuse you of being a collaborator. So, everybody forged themselves identities as nurses when they came back, which makes it a complete lie."

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin6 dni temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen.

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin6 dni temu

    “Being a comfort women is basically an occupation. Their job was to offer sexual services in order to make money. Women cannot go to comfort stations to do this work without legal authorization. They are not simply taken away. In most cases, they were sold by their fathers and mothers, if not of their own free will. The reason is that, to be a comfort woman, or to work for a sexual service business operator, a contract is absolutely necessary. The contract requires written consent signed by a legal guardian. The legal guardian can be a parent or a family member. In those days, foster fathers were accepted as legal guardians. Foster fathers in those days were typical human traff*ckers. Why? Because they played parent such that they can legally take control of women. For this, an official copy of the family register was required. This was necessary because it was important to make sure who the legal guardian was and, even more importantly, age had to be verified. In those days, a woman had to be a least 17 years of age to be permitted to work as a pros**tute. Those under 17 were not allowed to work in brothels at all. It was strict. However, KIM Bok-dong, who was made the figurehead by the MOON Jae-in administration, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Korean Council, said that she was taken away at the age of 14 to become a comfort woman. This is a lie. LEE Yong-soo, as you may know well, “was 14 when she was taken away by the Japanese army at night while she was sleeping,” which is in a book written by YOON Mi-hyang. This is a lie. In her initial testimony, LEE Yong-soo says that she followed a friend called KIM Bon-soon to meet a certain person. When she was given a red dress and a pair of leather shoes in a bag, feeling attracted, before she knew it, she went with them. She said that she was 14. LEE Yong-soo’s age keeps changing. She has mentioned being 14, 15 and 16 and she was 14 in her initial testimony. This is a lie. A 14-year-old girl could not have been a comfort woman. It was just not possible to work as one at the age of 15. The ROK is currently a haven of lies. From the 1960s to 1970s, when women from rural areas were wandering around Seoul Station, someone always approached them to talk to them. They would ask, “Aren’t you hungry? Aren’t you cold?” “Yes.” “Why don’t you come with me? I can give you something to eat in a warm place.” So they followed the person and found themselves in a place that you can easily imagine. That is what happened to comfort women. However, when comfort women were taken away, traders, or procurers, made contracts with their parents and family members and paid in advance. It is a loan from the employer. KIM Hak-soon testified first on August 14, 1991 that she had been a comfort woman. In fact, she was also bought by her foster father for 40 yen. Her mother sold her for 40 yen. KIM Hak-soon’s foster father gave her kisaeng training at an academy and attempted to do business within the country but could not because she fell short of the legal age. Accordingly, in order to take her to China, he asked KIM’s mother if he could “take her to China,” to which she consented. At the time of departure, KIM testified, her mother went to Pyongyang Station to sell her, carrying a yellow sweater. Now, none of these women, KIM Hak-soon, LEE Yong-soo, KIL Won-ok or KIM Bok-dong, said in their testimonies that they were taken away by the Japanese army. YOON Mi-hyang of the Korean Council for the Women Drafted, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and Moon Jae-in are all lying. All of you must know the truth. The reason why we are making a statement here is that these lies fill the entire ROK, causing conflict and division between Korean people. The lie forces Japan to break their relationship with South Korea. We must know correct history. By knowing correct history, the people’s thinking will be one. In that sense, “the comfort woman statue symbolizing hatred and conflict”, “this comfort woman statue symbolizing lies and fabrication” must definitely be removed.” -Director of the Korean History Textbook Research Institute

  • Agnon Rap
    Agnon Rap6 dni temu

    Never comment on videos, but this story needs to be heard. Shame.

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    6 dni temu

    Please don't fall for this lie. Ms. Kim Bok-Dong was born in 1926 (please google), taken at 14 yrs and 8 years being detained which means she had been detained until 1948. But WW2 ended 1945. (Japanese army in Singapore surrendered Sept 12, 1945, whereas Japanese Gov Surrender Aug 15, 1945.) Her story doesn't add up. She was with The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance that supports Korean comfort women, but it collects donations from ROK people and passes them to Pro N-Korea groups. The chair woman Yoon Mee-Hyang was sued. And her husband Kim Sam-suk, his sister Kim Eun Ju and her husband were arrested for sp*ying for N-Korea. Lee Yong-Soo is most iconic comfort woman with KCJR, who is known for her changing testimonies. Others change their testimonies, too. These lies have been spread to split South Korea and Japan. China is taking advantage of this issue. Please google "How Beijing weaponizes‘ comfort women 'as propaganda tool ASIA TIMES"

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    6 dni temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    6 dni temu

    Korean authorities say “Being a comfort women is basically an occupation. Their job was to offer sexual services in order to make money. Women cannot go to comfort stations to do this work without legal authorization. They are not simply taken away. In most cases, they were sold by their fathers and mothers, if not of their own free will. The reason is that, to be a comfort woman, or to work for a sexual service business operator, a contract is absolutely necessary. The contract requires written consent signed by a legal guardian. The legal guardian can be a parent or a family member. In those days, foster fathers were accepted as legal guardians. Foster fathers in those days were typical human traff*ckers. Why? Because they played parent such that they can legally take control of women. For this, an official copy of the family register was required. This was necessary because it was important to make sure who the legal guardian was and, even more importantly, age had to be verified. In those days, a woman had to be a least 17 years of age to be permitted to work as a pros**tute. Those under 17 were not allowed to work in brothels at all. It was strict. However, KIM Bok-dong, who was made the figurehead by the MOON Jae-in administration, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Korean Council, said that she was taken away at the age of 14 to become a comfort woman. This is a lie. LEE Yong-soo, as you may know well, “was 14 when she was taken away by the Japanese army at night while she was sleeping,” which is in a book written by YOON Mi-hyang. This is a lie. In her initial testimony, LEE Yong-soo says that she followed a friend called KIM Bon-soon to meet a certain person. When she was given a red dress and a pair of leather shoes in a bag, feeling attracted, before she knew it, she went with them. She said that she was 14. LEE Yong-soo’s age keeps changing. She has mentioned being 14, 15 and 16 and she was 14 in her initial testimony. This is a lie. A 14-year-old girl could not have been a comfort woman. It was just not possible to work as one at the age of 15. The ROK is currently a haven of lies. From the 1960s to 1970s, when women from rural areas were wandering around Seoul Station, someone always approached them to talk to them. They would ask, “Aren’t you hungry? Aren’t you cold?” “Yes.” “Why don’t you come with me? I can give you something to eat in a warm place.” So they followed the person and found themselves in a place that you can easily imagine. That is what happened to comfort women. However, when comfort women were taken away, traders, or procurers, made contracts with their parents and family members and paid in advance. It is a loan from the employer. KIM Hak-soon testified first on August 14, 1991 that she had been a comfort woman. In fact, she was also bought by her foster father for 40 yen. Her mother sold her for 40 yen. KIM Hak-soon’s foster father gave her kisaeng training at an academy and attempted to do business within the country but could not because she fell short of the legal age. Accordingly, in order to take her to China, he asked KIM’s mother if he could “take her to China,” to which she consented. At the time of departure, KIM testified, her mother went to Pyongyang Station to sell her, carrying a yellow sweater. Now, none of these women, KIM Hak-soon, LEE Yong-soo, KIL Won-ok or KIM Bok-dong, said in their testimonies that they were taken away by the Japanese army. YOON Mi-hyang of the Korean Council for the Women Drafted, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and Moon Jae-in are all lying. All of you must know the truth. The reason why we are making a statement here is that these lies fill the entire ROK, causing conflict and division between Korean people. The lie forces Japan to break their relationship with South Korea. We must know correct history. By knowing correct history, the people’s thinking will be one. In that sense, “the comfort woman statue symbolizing hatred and conflict”, “this comfort woman statue symbolizing lies and fabrication” must definitely be removed.” -Director of the Korean History Textbook Research Institute

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    6 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Imana Len
    Imana Len7 dni temu

    No one should have to experience that. Everyone deserve a happy life.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    6 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin7 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin7 dni temu

    The Japanese military sent notices to comfort station operators prohibiting them to recruit women against their will. The Japanese comfort station operators followed the order and only recruited willing women in Japan, but the Korean operators didn't follow the order and recruited both willing prostitutes and unwilling women in Korea. If the Korean operators had followed the order, there wouldn't have been any comfort women issue. Many of Korean comfort women's fathers had debts from alcohol, gambling, etc. and sold their daughters without daughters' consent. The Korean comfort station owners took over their debts, and depending on the amount of the debt, each woman's contract length was determined. Korean women were not allowed to leave until their debts were paid off. Any coercion, violence or confinement was exercised by the Korean owners. So if one wants to use the term "sex slaves" to describe former Korean comfort women, they were the sex slaves of Korean comfort station owners. They were not the sex slaves of the Japanese military. The Japanese military's involvement was limited to conducting sexually transmitted disease checkups and providing transportation to comfort station owners and comfort women.

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin7 dni temu

    A Taiwanese eye witness commenting about the time when Taiwan was under the rule of Japan. "The South Korean government is telling total lies. For example, regarding the comfort women for Japan in those days, they were all volunteers. The reason why they volunteered was the wages. At that time, the average civil servant earned about 40 yen per month. Girls in bars and taverns could earn about 50 to 60 yen. However, if they become comfort women, they could earn 200 yen per month. They could earn 4 to 5 times more than the average worker. So naturally, lots of girls applied voluntarily because when they worked as comfort women, they could live their whole lives using these earnings. To become a comfort woman, they took out a 2 year contract, and if they worked for 2 years, they could get enough money to live for the rest of their lives. That’s why so many people applied voluntarily. Some said they became military nurses and then were forced to become comfort women, but it’s a lie. It’s a blatant lie! At that time, going to a battleground overseas and coming back to Japan as a comfort woman meant that other people might treat you as a sp*y and accuse you of being a collaborator. So, everybody forged themselves identities as nurses when they came back, which makes it a complete lie."

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin7 dni temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen.

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin7 dni temu

    It is notable that several prominent persons connected with Korean Council, the most vocal comfort woman-related NGO in South Korea, have been arrested as North Korean sp*ies. The relationship between the Comfort women related NGO (Korean Council) and North Korea ⚫︎Yun Mi-Hyang (Chairwoman) was investigated for working with North Korea in 2013. ✴︎September 14, 2020, She was indicted on eight charges including fraud, embezzlement and breach of trust. ⚫︎Kim Sam-Suk (Yun Mi-Hyang's husband) was arrested as a North Korean sp*y in 1993. ⚫︎Kim Eun-Ju (Kim Sam-Suk's sister) was arrested as a North Korean sp*y in 1993. ⚫︎Choi Gi-Yong (Kim Eun-Ju's husband) was arrested as a North Korean sp*y in 2006. ⚫︎Lee Seok-Gi (member) was arrested as a North Korean sp*y in 2013.

  • H Mistress
    H Mistress7 dni temu

    The 6 million people who watched this video and listened to her story will never forget her story.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    7 dni temu

    [Diary written by Korean worker at comfort stations in Burma, Singapore found] The diary written by a Korean man working at wartime brothels in Burma, which has been found in South Korea. SEOUL -- A diary written by a Korean man working at wartime brothels in Burma (current Myanmar) and Singapore during World War II has recently been found, a discovery that could shed light on the truth behind the role of the Imperial Japanese Army in controversial comfort stations for Japanese soldiers. The Korean man took part in the "4th comfort corps" that left Busan Port on the Korean Peninsula in 1942. He returned home in late 1944. His diary is the first of its kind found in Japan, South Korea and elsewhere. On the issue of so-called "comfort women" for the Imperial Japanese Army during the war, many of the testimonies were made several decades after the end of the war. The diary written by the Korean man -- a third person who had actually witnessed wartime brothels -- is important material to pave the way for cool-headed discussions on the thorny issue. The diary was discovered by Ahn Byong Jik, professor emeritus at Seoul University, who specializes in modern Korean economic history and is knowledgeable about the comfort women issue. A museum in the suburbs of Seoul found a diary and other materials at a second-hand bookshop about 10 years ago. Ahn found the diary while combing through the materials. The diary was written by the man from Kyongsang-namdo on the western part of the Korean Peninsula while working at the wartime brothels from 1943 to 1944. It was written in Chinese characters, katakana and Korean alphabets. The man was born in 1905 and died in 1979. His diary written from 1922 to 1957 can be seen today. In the diary, the man wrote on July 10, 1943, "At this time last year, I boarded a ship at Busan Wharf and took a first step on the southbound trip." On April 6, 1944, he wrote, "When a comfort squad left Busan two years ago, Mr. Tsumura who came as the head of the fourth comfort corps was working (in a market)." A research report compiled in November 1945 by U.S. soldiers who questioned managers of comfort stations caught in Burma says that 703 comfort women and about 90 business operators left Busan Port on July 10, 1942. The accuracy of his diary is backed up by the fact that the date of their departure is the same. Ahn says, "It is certain that the records compiled by the U.S. military refer to the fourth comfort corps." As opposed to the view generally held in South Korea that comfort women were forcibly conscripted by Japanese military and police, Ahn says, "Comfort women were recruited by business operators in Korea, and there was no need for the military to abduct them." In the diary, the man touched on relationships between comfort stations, comfort women and the military. He wrote on July 19, 1943, "Two comfort stations that belong to a flying corps were handed over to the logistics command." On July 29, 1943, he wrote, "I've heard that Haruyo and Hiroko who had left (a comfort station) to have conjugal relations (with their husbands) returned to Kinseikan as comfort women again." The Korean man also wrote in his diary on Aug. 13, 1943, "Comfort women went to see a movie, saying that the railway corps will run a movie." He wrote on Oct. 27, 1944, "I was asked by a comfort woman to remit 600 yen, so I withdrew her deposit and sent it from a central post office.” The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen. The author managed an orchard after returning home, and also served on the board of a private elementary school. --

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    7 dni temu

    They'll be surprised when you find out the truth, and never forget the li:es of Comfort women

  • Bartu Tahmazoğlu
    Bartu Tahmazoğlu7 dni temu

    Japanese Empire was far worse than Nazi Germany and you can't tell me otherwise.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    7 dni temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    7 dni temu

    Some Israeli organizations have expressed that it is improper and offensive for them for what Korean/Chinese activists are attempting to compare the issue of Comfort Women to the wrongdoing done by Nazi-Germany “The actions of Japan in the occupied countries were thoroughly investigated after the war. The guilty parties faced an international tribunal in Tokyo. Though one of the judges, Justice R.B. Pal from India, found some of the charges excessive and issued a dissenting opinion, Japan accepted the findings and the verdict in an agreement signed after the end of the American occupation in 1952. At no point during the trial was the alleged government conspiracy to enslave sexually 200,000 women brought to the judges’ attention and it is impossible to assume that they would overlook something so important. The issue of the army brothels was investigated by the American authorities. Declassified documents show that the conclusion was that in most cases they employed paid prostitutes. Again, there was no sex slave conspiracy uncovered. In the 1960’s, Japan negotiated a reparations settlement with South Korea, signed in 1965. Consequently, a large sum was paid in full in several installments. During that period, South Korea didn’t raise the “comfort women” issue, and neither did China. That happened only in 1991.” -Israel Friendship association

  • Filipinophile
    Filipinophile7 dni temu

    It’s shameful of Japan to continue to deny the oppressive system they created during their occupation of several nations in World War II. From Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, parts of China, and many others. All victims of sexual abuses must be compensated & should receive formal apologies from the government of Japan & the Japanese royal family, especially from its incumbent emperor. The comfort women and gays of formerly occupied lands should be given justice. Edit: Some people are commenting, saying that everything should be okay since Japan paid South Korea some money before. They also said that the comfort women status was some sort of job, like oh they volunteered to be sexually abused. Dumbest suggestion ever. For a fact, In the Philippines, comfort women and gays were FORCED into ‘comfort’ station, which were literally rape stations. We have first hand evidences of girls aged 7 to grandmothers aged 60+ and teenage gays as well being raped by Japanese soldiers, then physically tortured and killed. We also have accounts of women being raped by more than 50 soldiers every day, then getting killed. Search ‘Bahay na Pula’. Japan never truly atoned for their sins against rape victims. Relearn history, not Japanese propaganda being taught only in Japanese schools.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    7 dni temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    7 dni temu

    A Taiwanese eye witness commenting about the time when Taiwan was under the rule of Japan. "The South Korean government is telling total lies. For example, regarding the comfort women for Japan in those days, they were all volunteers. The reason why they volunteered was the wages. At that time, the average civil servant earned about 40 yen per month. Girls in bars and taverns could earn about 50 to 60 yen. However, if they become comfort women, they could earn 200 yen per month. They could earn 4 to 5 times more than the average worker. So naturally, lots of girls applied voluntarily because when they worked as comfort women, they could live their whole lives using these earnings. To become a comfort woman, they took out a 2 year contract, and if they worked for 2 years, they could get enough money to live for the rest of their lives. That’s why so many people applied voluntarily. Some said they became military nurses and then were forced to become comfort women, but it’s a lie. It’s a blatant lie! At that time, going to a battleground overseas and coming back to Japan as a comfort woman meant that other people might treat you as a sp*y and accuse you of being a collaborator. So, everybody forged themselves identities as nurses when they came back, which makes it a complete lie."

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    7 dni temu

    The CCP/NK spread the Comfort women’s lie worldwide. SK is just puppet of the CCP. - One of the most often repeated and most distorted myt:hs concerning Japan’s suppo:sed crimes against Korea, concerns the so called “comfort women” Finally about the claims that Germany has properly “atoned” for its crimes while Japan has not. Let me just consider only one aspect. In 1965 the Korean government of Park Chung-hee signed a treaty with Japan, normalizing the relations between the two countries. Under the treaty South Korea received very large amounts of economic aid, grants, loans and, significantly, compensation for victims of Japanese rule. (The Japanese government paid 3 times national budget as a compensation but kept it in secret 40 years in Korea to incite hatred towards Japan and the Korea government keeps trying to hide the truth. Although all individual claims were settled in the 1965 Japan-South Korea Treaty, the Japanese government still offered compensation several times to the Korean women as a good gesture. However, when Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995(Compensation came with a personal letter of apology from Prime Minister of Japan), South Korean NGO threatened former comfort women not to accept Japan's apology and the compensation. 61 of those who defied the NGO’s order were verified as traitors, their names and addresses were published in newspapers as pros**tutes, and they had to live the rest of their lives in disgrace. South Korean government signed Japan-Korea agreement on the comfort women issue in 2015 and Japanese government paid 1 billion dollars as atonement money to the former Korean comfort women. However, The administration of Korea’s Moon Jae In abandoned the agreement in 2018 without any notification . The dissolution announcement is totally unacceptable for Japan. While the Government of the ROK, including President Moon Jae-in, repeatedly stated in public that it “will not abandon the agreement” and “will not ask for a renegotiation with Japan”) - The Japanese government at that time (1965) offered to compensate individual victims, but the South Korean government refused the offer and insisted that it should receive all the money and itself compensate its citizens. Very little of this money (only USD 250) was paid to individuals and instead was used for economic development of South Korea. The Japanese government has apologized for its comfort women system (which actually was an extension of the licensed pros**tution system that existed both in Korea and Japan before the war and which involved a large number of Japanese pros**tutes as well as those from other countries), Germany has never apologized or paid any compensation to any former pros***utes. In fact, nobody has ever demanded any such things, since these women, which rightly or wrongly were viewed as collaborators in the occupied countries, never found any supporters or defenders” -Professor Andrzej Kozlowski, University of Warsaw

  • xcrayz 31
    xcrayz 317 dni temu

    To kao rin and the imperial Japanese flag guy in the comment, stop spamming lol your comments make us believe more u guys tried to cover up the fact that imperial Japanese did so many war crimes

  • 竹の里

    竹の里

    7 dni temu

    What you hear from the video is lie

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    7 dni temu

    Korean authorities also agreed that Comfort women are lying. “Being a comfort women is basically an occupation. Their job was to offer sexual services in order to make money. Women cannot go to comfort stations to do this work without legal authorization. They are not simply taken away. In most cases, they were sold by their fathers and mothers, if not of their own free will. The reason is that, to be a comfort woman, or to work for a sexual service business operator, a contract is absolutely necessary. The contract requires written consent signed by a legal guardian. The legal guardian can be a parent or a family member. In those days, foster fathers were accepted as legal guardians. Foster fathers in those days were typical human traff*ckers. Why? Because they played parent such that they can legally take control of women. For this, an official copy of the family register was required. This was necessary because it was important to make sure who the legal guardian was and, even more importantly, age had to be verified. In those days, a woman had to be a least 17 years of age to be permitted to work as a pros**tute. Those under 17 were not allowed to work in brothels at all. It was strict. However, KIM Bok-dong, who was made the figurehead by the MOON Jae-in administration, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Korean Council, said that she was taken away at the age of 14 to become a comfort woman. This is a lie. LEE Yong-soo, as you may know well, “was 14 when she was taken away by the Japanese army at night while she was sleeping,” which is in a book written by YOON Mi-hyang. This is a lie. In her initial testimony, LEE Yong-soo says that she followed a friend called KIM Bon-soon to meet a certain person. When she was given a red dress and a pair of leather shoes in a bag, feeling attracted, before she knew it, she went with them. She said that she was 14. LEE Yong-soo’s age keeps changing. She has mentioned being 14, 15 and 16 and she was 14 in her initial testimony. This is a lie. A 14-year-old girl could not have been a comfort woman. It was just not possible to work as one at the age of 15. The ROK is currently a haven of lies. From the 1960s to 1970s, when women from rural areas were wandering around Seoul Station, someone always approached them to talk to them. They would ask, “Aren’t you hungry? Aren’t you cold?” “Yes.” “Why don’t you come with me? I can give you something to eat in a warm place.” So they followed the person and found themselves in a place that you can easily imagine. That is what happened to comfort women. However, when comfort women were taken away, traders, or procurers, made contracts with their parents and family members and paid in advance. It is a loan from the employer. KIM Hak-soon testified first on August 14, 1991 that she had been a comfort woman. In fact, she was also bought by her foster father for 40 yen. Her mother sold her for 40 yen. KIM Hak-soon’s foster father gave her kisaeng training at an academy and attempted to do business within the country but could not because she fell short of the legal age. Accordingly, in order to take her to China, he asked KIM’s mother if he could “take her to China,” to which she consented. At the time of departure, KIM testified, her mother went to Pyongyang Station to sell her, carrying a yellow sweater. Now, none of these women, KIM Hak-soon, LEE Yong-soo, KIL Won-ok or KIM Bok-dong, said in their testimonies that they were taken away by the Japanese army. YOON Mi-hyang of the Korean Council for the Women Drafted, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and Moon Jae-in are all lying. All of you must know the truth. The reason why we are making a statement here is that these lies fill the entire ROK, causing conflict and division between Korean people. The lie forces Japan to break their relationship with South Korea. We must know correct history. By knowing correct history, the people’s thinking will be one. In that sense, “the comfort woman statue symbolizing hatred and conflict”, “this comfort woman statue symbolizing lies and fabrication” must definitely be removed.” -Director of the Korean History Textbook Research Institute

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin7 dni temu

    Os testemunhos das ex-Comfort Women são inconsistentes, visto que foram treinados pela organização extremamente esquerdista "Conselho Coreano" ⚫︎Em uma entrevista com a professora Chunghee Sarah Soh, da San Francisco State University, uma ex-consoladora coreana Kim Sun-ok disse que foi vendida por seus pais quatro vezes. Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi sequestrada pelos militares japoneses. ⚫︎ Em uma entrevista com o professor Park da Sejong University na Coreia do Sul, uma ex-coreana Bae Chun-hee disse que odiava o pai que a vendeu. Ela disse que os homens que recrutaram mulheres coreanas e operaram estações de conforto eram “todos coreanos”, e que as mulheres coreanas que testemunharam perante o Relator Especial da ONU mentiram em nome do Conselho Coreano. ⚫︎Uma ex-consoladora coreana Mun Oku-chu disse em suas memórias: "Fui recrutado por um dono de estação de conforto coreano. Economizei uma quantia considerável de dinheiro com gorjetas, então abri uma conta poupança. Não podia acreditar que pudesse ter tanto dinheiro em minha conta. Um de meus amigos juntou muitos joias, por isso comprei um diamante. Costumava ver filmes japoneses e peças de Kabuki em que os jogadores vinham do Japão. Tornei-me uma mulher popular em Rangum. Havia muito mais oficiais em Rangum do que perto da linha de frente, por isso fui convidado para muitas festas. Cantei canções em festas e recebi muitas dicas. Coloquei um par de sapatos de salto alto, um casaco verde e carregava uma bolsa de couro de crocodilo. Eu andava com um vestido da moda. Ninguém na cidade Eu poderia imaginar que eu era uma mulher reconfortante. Eu me senti muito feliz e orgulhosa. Recebi permissão para voltar para casa, mas não queria voltar para a Coréia. Eu queria ficar em Rangoon. " De acordo com o professor Ahn Byong Jik, da Universidade de Seul, Mun Oku-chu continuou a trabalhar como prostituta na Coréia após a guerra. Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi sequestrada pelos militares japoneses. ⚫︎ Em uma entrevista ao jornal coreano The Hankyoreh (o artcile foi publicado em 15 de maio de 1991), uma ex-consorte coreana Kim Hak-sun disse que foi vendida por sua mãe. Em 1993, Kim Hak-sun disse ao professor Ahn Byong Jik, da Universidade de Seul: "Minha mãe me mandou treinar como Kiseng em Pyongyang e depois me vendeu". Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi abduzida pelos militares japoneses. ⚫︎ Em 1993, uma ex-consorte coreana Kim Gun-ja disse ao professor Ahn Byong Jik, da Universidade de Seul: "Fui vendida por meu pai adotivo". Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi sequestrada pelos militares japoneses. Kim Gun-ja também testemunhou perante o Comitê de Relações Exteriores dos Estados Unidos em 2007 e disse que foi sequestrada pelos militares japoneses. ⚫︎ Em 1993, uma ex-consoladora coreana Lee Yong-soo disse ao professor Ahn Byong Jik da Universidade de Seul: "Na época, eu estava mal vestido e miserável. No dia em que saí de casa com minha amiga Kim Pun-sun sem contar para minha mãe, Eu estava usando uma saia preta, uma camisa de algodão e tamancos de madeira nos pés. Você não sabe como fiquei feliz quando recebi um vestido vermelho e um par de sapatos de couro de um recrutador coreano. " Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi abduzida pelos militares japoneses. Lee Yong-soo também testemunhou perante o Comitê de Relações Exteriores da Câmara dos Estados Unidos em 2007. Ela foi informada de que tinha cinco minutos para falar. Ela ignorou a instrução e continuou por mais de uma hora fazendo uma performance de choro e gritos. Seu falso testemunho resultou na aprovação da Resolução 121 da Câmara dos Representantes dos Estados Unidos. Em 2017, Lee Yong-soo deu falsos testemunhos perante a Câmara Municipal de São Francisco, o que resultou na construção de uma estátua feminina de conforto naquela cidade. ⚫︎ De acordo com a professora Chunghee Sarah Soh, da San Francisco State University, uma ex-coreana Moon Pil-ki foi recrutada por um agente do dono de uma estação de conforto coreana e levada para a Manchúria com outras quatro mulheres. Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi sequestrada pelos militares japoneses. ⚫︎ Em 1993, uma ex-mulher coreana de conforto, Kil Won-ok, disse ao professor Ahn Byong Jik, da Universidade de Seul: "Fui vendida por meus pais". Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi sequestrada pelos militares japoneses. ⚫︎ De acordo com várias testemunhas, o Conselho Coreano (grupo ativista pró-Norte) treinou mulheres para dizer "Eu fui sequestrada pelos militares japoneses." O professor Ahn Byong Jik, da Universidade de Seul, diz: "Quando entrevistei ex-mulheres consoladoras no início da década de 1990, nenhuma delas tinha nada de ruim a dizer sobre os militares japoneses. Elas odiavam seus pais que as vendiam e os donos de consoles coreanos que as maltratavam. Mas depois que o Conselho Coreano os colocou em sua folha de pagamento, seus depoimentos mudaram completamente. " ⚫︎ Uma ex-coreana Sim Mi-ja que se recusou a estar na folha de pagamento do Conselho Coreano disse: "As mulheres coreanas, que testemunharam perante o Relator Especial da ONU, mentiram em nome do Conselho Coreano. Elas são vigaristas".

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin7 dni temu

    “Being a comfort women is basically an occupation. Their job was to offer sexual services in order to make money. Women cannot go to comfort stations to do this work without legal authorization. They are not simply taken away. In most cases, they were sold by their fathers and mothers, if not of their own free will. The reason is that, to be a comfort woman, or to work for a sexual service business operator, a contract is absolutely necessary. The contract requires written consent signed by a legal guardian. The legal guardian can be a parent or a family member. In those days, foster fathers were accepted as legal guardians. Foster fathers in those days were typical human traff*ckers. Why? Because they played parent such that they can legally take control of women. For this, an official copy of the family register was required. This was necessary because it was important to make sure who the legal guardian was and, even more importantly, age had to be verified. In those days, a woman had to be a least 17 years of age to be permitted to work as a pros**tute. Those under 17 were not allowed to work in brothels at all. It was strict. However, KIM Bok-dong, who was made the figurehead by the MOON Jae-in administration, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Korean Council, said that she was taken away at the age of 14 to become a comfort woman. This is a lie. LEE Yong-soo, as you may know well, “was 14 when she was taken away by the Japanese army at night while she was sleeping,” which is in a book written by YOON Mi-hyang. This is a lie. In her initial testimony, LEE Yong-soo says that she followed a friend called KIM Bon-soon to meet a certain person. When she was given a red dress and a pair of leather shoes in a bag, feeling attracted, before she knew it, she went with them. She said that she was 14. LEE Yong-soo’s age keeps changing. She has mentioned being 14, 15 and 16 and she was 14 in her initial testimony. This is a lie. A 14-year-old girl could not have been a comfort woman. It was just not possible to work as one at the age of 15. The ROK is currently a haven of lies. From the 1960s to 1970s, when women from rural areas were wandering around Seoul Station, someone always approached them to talk to them. They would ask, “Aren’t you hungry? Aren’t you cold?” “Yes.” “Why don’t you come with me? I can give you something to eat in a warm place.” So they followed the person and found themselves in a place that you can easily imagine. That is what happened to comfort women. However, when comfort women were taken away, traders, or procurers, made contracts with their parents and family members and paid in advance. It is a loan from the employer. KIM Hak-soon testified first on August 14, 1991 that she had been a comfort woman. In fact, she was also bought by her foster father for 40 yen. Her mother sold her for 40 yen. KIM Hak-soon’s foster father gave her kisaeng training at an academy and attempted to do business within the country but could not because she fell short of the legal age. Accordingly, in order to take her to China, he asked KIM’s mother if he could “take her to China,” to which she consented. At the time of departure, KIM testified, her mother went to Pyongyang Station to sell her, carrying a yellow sweater. Now, none of these women, KIM Hak-soon, LEE Yong-soo, KIL Won-ok or KIM Bok-dong, said in their testimonies that they were taken away by the Japanese army. YOON Mi-hyang of the Korean Council for the Women Drafted, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and Moon Jae-in are all lying. All of you must know the truth. The reason why we are making a statement here is that these lies fill the entire ROK, causing conflict and division between Korean people. The lie forces Japan to break their relationship with South Korea. We must know correct history. By knowing correct history, the people’s thinking will be one. In that sense, “the comfort woman statue symbolizing hatred and conflict”, “this comfort woman statue symbolizing lies and fabrication” must definitely be removed.” -Director of the Korean History Textbook Research Institute

  • Mari Graca Amaral
    Mari Graca Amaral7 dni temu

    Todo o homem,nasce de uma mulher... é fato!!! Deveria , então, ser a mulher, o ser mais respeitado do mundo. !!! Maldito seja o homem, que não reconhece que é no corpo de uma mulher que se projeta o futuro da humanidade!!! MEU IMENSO RESPEITO E SOLIDARIEDADE ,SRA KIM !!!!⭐🌟⭐🌟⭐🌟⭐⭐🌟⭐🌟⭐🌟🌟🌟

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    7 dni temu

    Os testemunhos das ex-Comfort Women são inconsistentes, visto que foram treinados pela organização extremamente esquerdista "Conselho Coreano" ⚫︎Em uma entrevista com a professora Chunghee Sarah Soh, da San Francisco State University, uma ex-consoladora coreana Kim Sun-ok disse que foi vendida por seus pais quatro vezes. Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi sequestrada pelos militares japoneses. ⚫︎ Em uma entrevista com o professor Park da Sejong University na Coreia do Sul, uma ex-coreana Bae Chun-hee disse que odiava o pai que a vendeu. Ela disse que os homens que recrutaram mulheres coreanas e operaram estações de conforto eram “todos coreanos”, e que as mulheres coreanas que testemunharam perante o Relator Especial da ONU mentiram em nome do Conselho Coreano. ⚫︎Uma ex-consoladora coreana Mun Oku-chu disse em suas memórias: "Fui recrutado por um dono de estação de conforto coreano. Economizei uma quantia considerável de dinheiro com gorjetas, então abri uma conta poupança. Não podia acreditar que pudesse ter tanto dinheiro em minha conta. Um de meus amigos juntou muitos joias, por isso comprei um diamante. Costumava ver filmes japoneses e peças de Kabuki em que os jogadores vinham do Japão. Tornei-me uma mulher popular em Rangum. Havia muito mais oficiais em Rangum do que perto da linha de frente, por isso fui convidado para muitas festas. Cantei canções em festas e recebi muitas dicas. Coloquei um par de sapatos de salto alto, um casaco verde e carregava uma bolsa de couro de crocodilo. Eu andava com um vestido da moda. Ninguém na cidade Eu poderia imaginar que eu era uma mulher reconfortante. Eu me senti muito feliz e orgulhosa. Recebi permissão para voltar para casa, mas não queria voltar para a Coréia. Eu queria ficar em Rangoon. " De acordo com o professor Ahn Byong Jik, da Universidade de Seul, Mun Oku-chu continuou a trabalhar como prostituta na Coréia após a guerra. Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi sequestrada pelos militares japoneses. ⚫︎ Em uma entrevista ao jornal coreano The Hankyoreh (o artcile foi publicado em 15 de maio de 1991), uma ex-consorte coreana Kim Hak-sun disse que foi vendida por sua mãe. Em 1993, Kim Hak-sun disse ao professor Ahn Byong Jik, da Universidade de Seul: "Minha mãe me mandou treinar como Kiseng em Pyongyang e depois me vendeu". Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi abduzida pelos militares japoneses. ⚫︎ Em 1993, uma ex-consorte coreana Kim Gun-ja disse ao professor Ahn Byong Jik, da Universidade de Seul: "Fui vendida por meu pai adotivo". Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi sequestrada pelos militares japoneses. Kim Gun-ja também testemunhou perante o Comitê de Relações Exteriores dos Estados Unidos em 2007 e disse que foi sequestrada pelos militares japoneses. ⚫︎ Em 1993, uma ex-consoladora coreana Lee Yong-soo disse ao professor Ahn Byong Jik da Universidade de Seul: "Na época, eu estava mal vestido e miserável. No dia em que saí de casa com minha amiga Kim Pun-sun sem contar para minha mãe, Eu estava usando uma saia preta, uma camisa de algodão e tamancos de madeira nos pés. Você não sabe como fiquei feliz quando recebi um vestido vermelho e um par de sapatos de couro de um recrutador coreano. " Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi abduzida pelos militares japoneses. Lee Yong-soo também testemunhou perante o Comitê de Relações Exteriores da Câmara dos Estados Unidos em 2007. Ela foi informada de que tinha cinco minutos para falar. Ela ignorou a instrução e continuou por mais de uma hora fazendo uma performance de choro e gritos. Seu falso testemunho resultou na aprovação da Resolução 121 da Câmara dos Representantes dos Estados Unidos. Em 2017, Lee Yong-soo deu falsos testemunhos perante a Câmara Municipal de São Francisco, o que resultou na construção de uma estátua feminina de conforto naquela cidade. ⚫︎ De acordo com a professora Chunghee Sarah Soh, da San Francisco State University, uma ex-coreana Moon Pil-ki foi recrutada por um agente do dono de uma estação de conforto coreana e levada para a Manchúria com outras quatro mulheres. Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi sequestrada pelos militares japoneses. ⚫︎ Em 1993, uma ex-mulher coreana de conforto, Kil Won-ok, disse ao professor Ahn Byong Jik, da Universidade de Seul: "Fui vendida por meus pais". Mesmo assim, ela testemunhou perante a Relatora Especial da ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, que foi sequestrada pelos militares japoneses. ⚫︎ De acordo com várias testemunhas, o Conselho Coreano (grupo ativista pró-Norte) treinou mulheres para dizer "Eu fui sequestrada pelos militares japoneses." O professor Ahn Byong Jik, da Universidade de Seul, diz: "Quando entrevistei ex-mulheres consoladoras no início da década de 1990, nenhuma delas tinha nada de ruim a dizer sobre os militares japoneses. Elas odiavam seus pais que as vendiam e os donos de consoles coreanos que as maltratavam. Mas depois que o Conselho Coreano os colocou em sua folha de pagamento, seus depoimentos mudaram completamente. " ⚫︎ Uma ex-coreana Sim Mi-ja que se recusou a estar na folha de pagamento do Conselho Coreano disse: "As mulheres coreanas, que testemunharam perante o Relator Especial da ONU, mentiram em nome do Conselho Coreano. Elas são vigaristas".

  • Julie C.
    Julie C.7 dni temu

    they were so young:(

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    7 dni temu

    “Being a comfort women is basically an occupation. Their job was to offer sexual services in order to make money. Women cannot go to comfort stations to do this work without legal authorization. They are not simply taken away. In most cases, they were sold by their fathers and mothers, if not of their own free will. The reason is that, to be a comfort woman, or to work for a sexual service business operator, a contract is absolutely necessary. The contract requires written consent signed by a legal guardian. The legal guardian can be a parent or a family member. In those days, foster fathers were accepted as legal guardians. Foster fathers in those days were typical human traff*ckers. Why? Because they played parent such that they can legally take control of women. For this, an official copy of the family register was required. This was necessary because it was important to make sure who the legal guardian was and, even more importantly, age had to be verified. In those days, a woman had to be a least 17 years of age to be permitted to work as a pros**tute. Those under 17 were not allowed to work in brothels at all. It was strict. However, KIM Bok-dong, who was made the figurehead by the MOON Jae-in administration, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Korean Council, said that she was taken away at the age of 14 to become a comfort woman. This is a lie. LEE Yong-soo, as you may know well, “was 14 when she was taken away by the Japanese army at night while she was sleeping,” which is in a book written by YOON Mi-hyang. This is a lie. In her initial testimony, LEE Yong-soo says that she followed a friend called KIM Bon-soon to meet a certain person. When she was given a red dress and a pair of leather shoes in a bag, feeling attracted, before she knew it, she went with them. She said that she was 14. LEE Yong-soo’s age keeps changing. She has mentioned being 14, 15 and 16 and she was 14 in her initial testimony. This is a lie. A 14-year-old girl could not have been a comfort woman. It was just not possible to work as one at the age of 15. The ROK is currently a haven of lies. From the 1960s to 1970s, when women from rural areas were wandering around Seoul Station, someone always approached them to talk to them. They would ask, “Aren’t you hungry? Aren’t you cold?” “Yes.” “Why don’t you come with me? I can give you something to eat in a warm place.” So they followed the person and found themselves in a place that you can easily imagine. That is what happened to comfort women. However, when comfort women were taken away, traders, or procurers, made contracts with their parents and family members and paid in advance. It is a loan from the employer. KIM Hak-soon testified first on August 14, 1991 that she had been a comfort woman. In fact, she was also bought by her foster father for 40 yen. Her mother sold her for 40 yen. KIM Hak-soon’s foster father gave her kisaeng training at an academy and attempted to do business within the country but could not because she fell short of the legal age. Accordingly, in order to take her to China, he asked KIM’s mother if he could “take her to China,” to which she consented. At the time of departure, KIM testified, her mother went to Pyongyang Station to sell her, carrying a yellow sweater. Now, none of these women, KIM Hak-soon, LEE Yong-soo, KIL Won-ok or KIM Bok-dong, said in their testimonies that they were taken away by the Japanese army. YOON Mi-hyang of the Korean Council for the Women Drafted, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and Moon Jae-in are all lying. All of you must know the truth. The reason why we are making a statement here is that these lies fill the entire ROK, causing conflict and division between Korean people. The lie forces Japan to break their relationship with South Korea. We must know correct history. By knowing correct history, the people’s thinking will be one. In that sense, “the comfort woman statue symbolizing hatred and conflict”, “this comfort woman statue symbolizing lies and fabrication” must definitely be removed.” -Director of the Korean History Textbook Research Institute

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin8 dni temu

    If Koreans thoght the Japanese comfort women system was so bad, why did the Korean Government set up a similar 'comfort women' system for UN soldiers after the Japanese left Korea? 1959 Oct 19 Donga Ilbo - "66% of Comfort Women Infected" October 19, 1959 ab article from the South Korean newspaper Donga Ilbo. It is entitled "66% of Comfort Women Infected--Results of a Nationwide Testing of Female Entertainers." The article talks about how nationwide 392,707 female entertainers, including 261,089 comfort women, were tested for venereal disease over a 1-year period.

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin8 dni temu

    July 14, 1954 - "Evil Pimp Arrested" An article from the South Korean newspaper Gyeonghyang Sinmun. “I heard stories similar to this one even in the late 1970s, when I was in the navy and stationed in South Korea, but I never heard of the pimps being arrested. In fact, the girls told me they could not go to the local police for help because they believed them to be working with the pimps.” [Daegu] Jin Yong-hui, who operates a "who*re house" at No. 67 Kyo-dong in Daegu City, has been brought in for questioning, without detention, at the Daegu Women's Police Station. Ms. Jin is charged with previously telling 21-year-old Kim Hak-i (金學伊) that she would pay her debt of 30,000 hwan if she would work for one month as a comfort woman, but when Ms. Kim could no longer endure the suffering and tried to escape on the 7th, she was illegally confined and beaten numerous times.

  • Kao rin
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    1953 Jul 21 - "Country Girls Lured into Pros**tution" South Korean newspaper Donga Ilbo describes a typical means by which innocent Korean girls were lured into pros**tution. That is, they are promised a good job, put into debt, and then forced to pay back the debt by working as pros**tutes. “When I was in South Korea in the navy in the late 1970s, the typical method was to put ads promising high-paying waitress jobs in cheap magazines. When girls showed up, they were given a furnished apartment to put them in high-interest debt, which their waitress salaries would never be able to pay off, which forced them into pros**tution. At that time a person could not walk away from debt or declare personal bankruptcy.”

  • Kao rin
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    An article in Korean newspaper Kyunghyang Shinmun on June 6, 1977. It says that a Korean comfort station owner traffi/cked dozens of Korean comfort women to Asia to provide sex to Japanese/Korean soldiers there during World War II. It was common knowledge in Korea until the 1970s that Korean comfort station owners recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations, and no Koreans opposed that concept. Then Japanese newspaper published a series of fabricated articles in the 1980's falsely accusing Japanese military of coercing Korean comfort women. Korean communists with close ties to NK thought this was a great opportunity to defame Japan and block reconciliation between Japan and Korea. So they formed the anti-Japan lobby group in 1990 and began spreading comfort women’s false testimonies worldwide. Their tactic was to use the case of a small number of Dutch indonesia women who were coerced by lower ranked Japanese soldiers and make it look like the same thing happened to tens of thousands of Korean women. Since they had no evidence, they coached Korean women to testify falsely.

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin8 dni temu

    “Being a comfort women is basically an occupation. Their job was to offer sexual services in order to make money. Women cannot go to comfort stations to do this work without legal authorization. They are not simply taken away. In most cases, they were sold by their fathers and mothers, if not of their own free will. The reason is that, to be a comfort woman, or to work for a sexual service business operator, a contract is absolutely necessary. The contract requires written consent signed by a legal guardian. The legal guardian can be a parent or a family member. In those days, foster fathers were accepted as legal guardians. Foster fathers in those days were typical human traff*ckers. Why? Because they played parent such that they can legally take control of women. For this, an official copy of the family register was required. This was necessary because it was important to make sure who the legal guardian was and, even more importantly, age had to be verified. In those days, a woman had to be a least 17 years of age to be permitted to work as a pros**tute. Those under 17 were not allowed to work in brothels at all. It was strict. However, KIM Bok-dong, who was made the figurehead by the MOON Jae-in administration, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, the Korean Council, said that she was taken away at the age of 14 to become a comfort woman. This is a lie. LEE Yong-soo, as you may know well, “was 14 when she was taken away by the Japanese army at night while she was sleeping,” which is in a book written by YOON Mi-hyang. This is a lie. In her initial testimony, LEE Yong-soo says that she followed a friend called KIM Bon-soon to meet a certain person. When she was given a red dress and a pair of leather shoes in a bag, feeling attracted, before she knew it, she went with them. She said that she was 14. LEE Yong-soo’s age keeps changing. She has mentioned being 14, 15 and 16 and she was 14 in her initial testimony. This is a lie. A 14-year-old girl could not have been a comfort woman. It was just not possible to work as one at the age of 15. The ROK is currently a haven of lies. From the 1960s to 1970s, when women from rural areas were wandering around Seoul Station, someone always approached them to talk to them. They would ask, “Aren’t you hungry? Aren’t you cold?” “Yes.” “Why don’t you come with me? I can give you something to eat in a warm place.” So they followed the person and found themselves in a place that you can easily imagine. That is what happened to comfort women. However, when comfort women were taken away, traders, or procurers, made contracts with their parents and family members and paid in advance. It is a loan from the employer. KIM Hak-soon testified first on August 14, 1991 that she had been a comfort woman. In fact, she was also bought by her foster father for 40 yen. Her mother sold her for 40 yen. KIM Hak-soon’s foster father gave her kisaeng training at an academy and attempted to do business within the country but could not because she fell short of the legal age. Accordingly, in order to take her to China, he asked KIM’s mother if he could “take her to China,” to which she consented. At the time of departure, KIM testified, her mother went to Pyongyang Station to sell her, carrying a yellow sweater. Now, none of these women, KIM Hak-soon, LEE Yong-soo, KIL Won-ok or KIM Bok-dong, said in their testimonies that they were taken away by the Japanese army. YOON Mi-hyang of the Korean Council for the Women Drafted, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and Moon Jae-in are all lying. All of you must know the truth. The reason why we are making a statement here is that these lies fill the entire ROK, causing conflict and division between Korean people. The lie forces Japan to break their relationship with South Korea. We must know correct history. By knowing correct history, the people’s thinking will be one. In that sense, “the comfort woman statue symbolizing hatred and conflict”, “this comfort woman statue symbolizing lies and fabrication” must definitely be removed.” -Director of the Korean History Textbook Research Institute

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin8 dni temu

    As academics, we are used to dealing with exagge:rations. We are not used to finding that the story is pure fiction. But that is the nature of the comfort-women-se*x-slave story. It’s been a bizarrely unending story. Elderly Korean women claim to have been forced at Japanese bayonet-point to work as sex slaves. The Japanese government replies that the Korean government waived claims like this by treaty in 1965. But it expresses sympathy anyway, and offers more money. Koreans still complain. The Japanese government apologizes again, offers more money, and the Korean government promises never to raise the question again. Then a new political party takes power, declares the Japanese apology insincere, and starts the process all over again. Expressing sympathy to elderly women who have had a rough life is fine. Paying money to an ally in order to rebuild a stable relationship is fine. But the claims about enslaved Korean comfort women are historically untrue. The Japanese army did not dragoon Korean women to work in its brothels. It did not use Korean women as s*ex slaves. The claims to the contrary are simply ー factually ー false. - Harvard university

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin8 dni temu

    A Taiwanese eye witness commenting about the time when Taiwan was under the rule of Japan. "The South Korean government is telling total lies. For example, regarding the comfort women for Japan in those days, they were all volunteers. The reason why they volunteered was the wages. At that time, the average civil servant earned about 40 yen per month. Girls in bars and taverns could earn about 50 to 60 yen. However, if they become comfort women, they could earn 200 yen per month. They could earn 4 to 5 times more than the average worker. So naturally, lots of girls applied voluntarily because when they worked as comfort women, they could live their whole lives using these earnings. To become a comfort woman, they took out a 2 year contract, and if they worked for 2 years, they could get enough money to live for the rest of their lives. That’s why so many people applied voluntarily. Some said they became military nurses and then were forced to become comfort women, but it’s a lie. It’s a blatant lie! At that time, going to a battleground overseas and coming back to Japan as a comfort woman meant that other people might treat you as a sp*y and accuse you of being a collaborator. So, everybody forged themselves identities as nurses when they came back, which makes it a complete lie."

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin8 dni temu

    Eski konfor kadın ifadeleri, son derece solcu örgüt “Kore Konseyi " tarafından eğitildiği için tutarsız“ ⚫︎Professor San Francisco Eyalet Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Chunghee Sarah Soh ile yaptığı röportajda, eski bir Koreli konfor kadını kim Sun-ok, ailesi tarafından dört kez satıldığını söyledi. Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. ⚫︎Güney Kore'deki sejong Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Park ile yaptığı röportajda, eski bir Koreli konfor kadını BAE Chun-hee, onu satan babasından nefret ettiğini söyledi. Koreli kadınları işe alan ve konfor istasyonlarını işleten erkeklerin “tüm Koreli” olduğunu ve BM özel Raportöründen önce ifade veren Koreli kadınların Kore Konseyi adına yalan söylediğini söyledi. ⚫︎Former eski bir Koreli konfor kadın mun Oku-chu anılarında söyledi: "Koreli bir konfor istasyonu sahibi tarafından işe alındım. Bahşişlerden önemli miktarda para biriktirdim, bu yüzden bir tasarruf hesabı açtım. Tasarruf hesabımda bu kadar çok paraya sahip olabileceğime inanamadım. Arkadaşlarımdan biri birçok mücevher topladı, bu yüzden gittim ve bir elmas aldım. Sık sık Japon filmlerini izlemeye gittim ve oyuncuların anakara Japonya'dan geldiği Kabuki oyunları. Rangoon'da popüler bir kadın oldum. Rangoon'da cephe hatlarından çok daha fazla subay vardı, bu yüzden birçok partiye davet edildim. Partilerde şarkı söyledim ve çok fazla ipucu aldım. Bir çift yüksek topuklu ayakkabı, yeşil bir ceket giydim ve timsah derisinden bir çanta taşıdım. Modaya uygun bir elbiseyle dolaştım. Kasabadaki hiç kimse benim rahat bir kadın olduğumu tahmin edemezdi. Çok mutlu ve gururlu hissettim. Eve dönmek için izin aldım ama Kore'ye dönmek istemedim. Rangoon'da kalmak istedim." Seul Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Ahn Byong Jik'e göre, mun Oku-chu savaştan sonra Kore'de fahişe olarak çalışmaya devam etti. Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. ⚫︎Koreli hankyoreh gazetesine verdiği röportajda (artcile 15 Mayıs 1991'de yayınlandı) eski bir Koreli konfor kadını kim hak-sun annesi tarafından satıldığını söyledi. 1993'te kim Hak-sun, Seul Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Ahn Byong Jik'e şunları söyledi: "annem beni Pyongyang'da bir Kiseng olarak eğitmeye gönderdi ve sonra beni sattı." Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. ⚫︎1993'te eski bir Koreli konfor kadını kim gun-ja, Seul Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Ahn Byong Jik'e şunları söyledi: "üvey babam tarafından satıldım." Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. Kim Gun-ja ayrıca 2007 yılında Amerika Birleşik Devletleri Dışişleri Temsilciler Meclisi Komitesinde ifade verdi ve Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını söyledi. ⚫︎1993'te eski bir Koreli konfor kadını Lee Yong-soo, Seul Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Ahn Byong Jik'e şunları söyledi: "o zamanlar perişan giyinmiş ve sefildim. Anneme söylemeden arkadaşım kim Pun-sun ile evden ayrıldığım gün, siyah bir etek, pamuklu bir gömlek ve ayaklarımın üzerinde tahta takunya giyiyordum. Koreli bir işverenden kırmızı bir elbise ve bir çift deri ayakkabı aldığımda ne kadar memnun olduğumu bilmiyorsun." Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. Lee Yong-soo da 2007 yılında Dışişleri Birleşik Devletleri ev Komitesi önünde ifade verdi. Konuşmak için beş dakikası olduğu söylendi. Talimatı görmezden geldi ve bir saatten fazla bir süre ağlama ve çığlık atma performansına devam etti. Onun yanlış ifadesi, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri Temsilciler Meclisi'nin 121 sayılı kararının kabulüne yol açtı. ⚫︎2017 yılında Lee Yong-soo, San Francisco şehir Konseyi'nden önce yanlış ifadeler verdi ve bu da o şehirde bir konfor kadın heykelinin kurulmasıyla sonuçlandı. San Francisco Eyalet Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Chunghee Sarah Soh'a göre, eski bir Koreli konfor kadını Moon pil-ki, bir Koreli konfor istasyonu sahibinin ajanı tarafından işe alındı ve diğer dört kadınla birlikte mançurya'ya götürüldü. Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. ⚫︎1993'te eski bir Koreli konfor kadını olan kil won-ok, Seul Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Ahn Byong Jik'e şunları söyledi: "ailem tarafından satıldım." Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. ⚫︎Birkaç tanığa göre, Kore Konseyi (kuzey yanlısı aktivist grup) kadınlara "Japon ordusu tarafından görevlendirildim" demeleri için koçluk yaptı." Seul Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Ahn Byong Jik, " 1990'ların başında eski konfor kadınlarıyla röportaj yaptığımda, hiçbirinin Japon ordusu hakkında söyleyecek kötü bir şeyi yoktu. Onları satan ebeveynlerinden ve onlara kötü davranan Koreli konfor istasyonu sahiplerinden nefret ediyorlardı. Ancak Kore Konseyi onları maaşlarına koyduktan sonra, ifadeleri tamamen değişti." ⚫︎Koreli Konsey'in maaşına katılmayı reddeden eski Koreli kadın sim mi-ja şunları söyledi: "BM özel Raportöründen önce ifade veren Koreli kadınlar Kore Konseyi adına yalan söyledi. Dolandırıcılar bunlar "

  • kırmızı beyaz
    kırmızı beyaz9 dni temu

    Burdan da anlaşıldığı üzere savaşta ve barışta en şerefli millet Türkler Ne Mutlu Türküm diyene!

  • kırmızı beyaz

    kırmızı beyaz

    8 dni temu

    @White Cherry Blossoms senin askerine bişey demedim ki ben dünyadaki en şereflı millet ve asker Türk askeridir dedim araştır istersen en şereflı tarih de bizim Ne Mutlu TÜRKÜm diyene

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    8 dni temu

    Eski konfor kadın ifadeleri, son derece solcu örgüt “Kore Konseyi " tarafından eğitildiği için tutarsız“ ⚫︎Professor San Francisco Eyalet Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Chunghee Sarah Soh ile yaptığı röportajda, eski bir Koreli konfor kadını kim Sun-ok, ailesi tarafından dört kez satıldığını söyledi. Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. ⚫︎Güney Kore'deki sejong Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Park ile yaptığı röportajda, eski bir Koreli konfor kadını BAE Chun-hee, onu satan babasından nefret ettiğini söyledi. Koreli kadınları işe alan ve konfor istasyonlarını işleten erkeklerin “tüm Koreli” olduğunu ve BM özel Raportöründen önce ifade veren Koreli kadınların Kore Konseyi adına yalan söylediğini söyledi. ⚫︎Former eski bir Koreli konfor kadın mun Oku-chu anılarında söyledi: "Koreli bir konfor istasyonu sahibi tarafından işe alındım. Bahşişlerden önemli miktarda para biriktirdim, bu yüzden bir tasarruf hesabı açtım. Tasarruf hesabımda bu kadar çok paraya sahip olabileceğime inanamadım. Arkadaşlarımdan biri birçok mücevher topladı, bu yüzden gittim ve bir elmas aldım. Sık sık Japon filmlerini izlemeye gittim ve oyuncuların anakara Japonya'dan geldiği Kabuki oyunları. Rangoon'da popüler bir kadın oldum. Rangoon'da cephe hatlarından çok daha fazla subay vardı, bu yüzden birçok partiye davet edildim. Partilerde şarkı söyledim ve çok fazla ipucu aldım. Bir çift yüksek topuklu ayakkabı, yeşil bir ceket giydim ve timsah derisinden bir çanta taşıdım. Modaya uygun bir elbiseyle dolaştım. Kasabadaki hiç kimse benim rahat bir kadın olduğumu tahmin edemezdi. Çok mutlu ve gururlu hissettim. Eve dönmek için izin aldım ama Kore'ye dönmek istemedim. Rangoon'da kalmak istedim." Seul Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Ahn Byong Jik'e göre, mun Oku-chu savaştan sonra Kore'de fahişe olarak çalışmaya devam etti. Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. ⚫︎Koreli hankyoreh gazetesine verdiği röportajda (artcile 15 Mayıs 1991'de yayınlandı) eski bir Koreli konfor kadını kim hak-sun annesi tarafından satıldığını söyledi. 1993'te kim Hak-sun, Seul Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Ahn Byong Jik'e şunları söyledi: "annem beni Pyongyang'da bir Kiseng olarak eğitmeye gönderdi ve sonra beni sattı." Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. ⚫︎1993'te eski bir Koreli konfor kadını kim gun-ja, Seul Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Ahn Byong Jik'e şunları söyledi: "üvey babam tarafından satıldım." Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. Kim Gun-ja ayrıca 2007 yılında Amerika Birleşik Devletleri Dışişleri Temsilciler Meclisi Komitesinde ifade verdi ve Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını söyledi. ⚫︎1993'te eski bir Koreli konfor kadını Lee Yong-soo, Seul Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Ahn Byong Jik'e şunları söyledi: "o zamanlar perişan giyinmiş ve sefildim. Anneme söylemeden arkadaşım kim Pun-sun ile evden ayrıldığım gün, siyah bir etek, pamuklu bir gömlek ve ayaklarımın üzerinde tahta takunya giyiyordum. Koreli bir işverenden kırmızı bir elbise ve bir çift deri ayakkabı aldığımda ne kadar memnun olduğumu bilmiyorsun." Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. Lee Yong-soo da 2007 yılında Dışişleri Birleşik Devletleri ev Komitesi önünde ifade verdi. Konuşmak için beş dakikası olduğu söylendi. Talimatı görmezden geldi ve bir saatten fazla bir süre ağlama ve çığlık atma performansına devam etti. Onun yanlış ifadesi, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri Temsilciler Meclisi'nin 121 sayılı kararının kabulüne yol açtı. ⚫︎2017 yılında Lee Yong-soo, San Francisco şehir Konseyi'nden önce yanlış ifadeler verdi ve bu da o şehirde bir konfor kadın heykelinin kurulmasıyla sonuçlandı. San Francisco Eyalet Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Chunghee Sarah Soh'a göre, eski bir Koreli konfor kadını Moon pil-ki, bir Koreli konfor istasyonu sahibinin ajanı tarafından işe alındı ve diğer dört kadınla birlikte mançurya'ya götürüldü. Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. ⚫︎1993'te eski bir Koreli konfor kadını olan kil won-ok, Seul Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Ahn Byong Jik'e şunları söyledi: "ailem tarafından satıldım." Yine de BM özel Raportörü Radhika Coomaraswamy'den önce Japon ordusu tarafından kaçırıldığını ifade etti. ⚫︎Birkaç tanığa göre, Kore Konseyi (kuzey yanlısı aktivist grup) kadınlara "Japon ordusu tarafından görevlendirildim" demeleri için koçluk yaptı." Seul Üniversitesi'nden Profesör Ahn Byong Jik, " 1990'ların başında eski konfor kadınlarıyla röportaj yaptığımda, hiçbirinin Japon ordusu hakkında söyleyecek kötü bir şeyi yoktu. Onları satan ebeveynlerinden ve onlara kötü davranan Koreli konfor istasyonu sahiplerinden nefret ediyorlardı. Ancak Kore Konseyi onları maaşlarına koyduktan sonra, ifadeleri tamamen değişti." ⚫︎Koreli Konsey'in maaşına katılmayı reddeden eski Koreli kadın sim mi-ja şunları söyledi: "BM özel Raportöründen önce ifade veren Koreli kadınlar Kore Konseyi adına yalan söyledi. Dolandırıcılar bunlar "

  • Deshi Tube
    Deshi Tube9 dni temu

    Any Japanese here??

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    8 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Debi Ferg
    Debi Ferg9 dni temu

    Poor lady. War is such an evil.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    8 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Teresa Harrison
    Teresa Harrison9 dni temu

    This is heartbreaking but I'm glad she told us what happened to her because I believe her and agree the Japanese administration must correct their history books and tell the truth. God bless you. 🙏🙏

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    8 dni temu

    Please don't fall for this lie. Ms. Kim Bok-Dong was born in 1926 (please google), taken at 14 yrs and 8 years being detained which means she had been detained until 1948. But WW2 ended 1945. (Japanese army in Singapore surrendered Sept 12, 1945, whereas Japanese Gov Surrender Aug 15, 1945.) Her story doesn't add up. She was with The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance that supports Korean comfort women, but it collects donations from ROK people and passes them to Pro N-Korea groups. The chair woman Yoon Mee-Hyang was sued. And her husband Kim Sam-suk, his sister Kim Eun Ju and her husband were arrested for sp*ying for N-Korea. Lee Yong-Soo is most iconic comfort woman with KCJR, who is known for her changing testimonies. Others change their testimonies, too. These lies have been spread to split South Korea and Japan. China is taking advantage of this issue. Please google "How Beijing weaponizes‘ comfort women 'as propaganda tool ASIA TIMES"

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    8 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin9 dni temu

    As academics, we are used to dealing with exagge:rations. We are not used to finding that the story is pure fiction. But that is the nature of the comfort-women-se*x-slave story. It’s been a bizarrely unending story. Elderly Korean women claim to have been forced at Japanese bayonet-point to work as sex slaves. The Japanese government replies that the Korean government waived claims like this by treaty in 1965. But it expresses sympathy anyway, and offers more money. Koreans still complain. The Japanese government apologizes again, offers more money, and the Korean government promises never to raise the question again. Then a new political party takes power, declares the Japanese apology insincere, and starts the process all over again. Expressing sympathy to elderly women who have had a rough life is fine. Paying money to an ally in order to rebuild a stable relationship is fine. But the claims about enslaved Korean comfort women are historically untrue. The Japanese army did not dragoon Korean women to work in its brothels. It did not use Korean women as s*ex slaves. The claims to the contrary are simply ー factually ー false. - Harvard university

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin9 dni temu

    One of the most often repeated and most distorted myths concerning Japan’s supposed crimes against Korea, concerns the so called “comfort women” Finally about the claims that Germany has properly “atoned” for its crimes while Japan has not. Let me just consider only one aspect. In 1965 the Korean government of Park Chung-hee signed a treaty with Japan, normalizing the relations between the two countries. Under the treaty South Korea received very large amounts of economic aid, grants, loans and, significantly, compensation for victims of Japanese rule. (The Japanese government paid 3 times national budget as a compensation but kept it in secret 40 years in Korea to incite hatred towards Japan and the Korea government keeps trying to hide the truth. Although all individual claims were settled in the 1965 Japan-South Korea Treaty, the Japanese government still offered compensation several times to the Korean women as a good gesture. However, when Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995(Compensation came with a personal letter of apology from Prime Minister of Japan), South Korean NGO threatened former comfort women not to accept Japan's apology and the compensation. 61 of those who defied the NGO’s order were verified as traitors, their names and addresses were published in newspapers as pros**tutes, and they had to live the rest of their lives in disgrace. South Korean government signed Japan-Korea agreement on the comfort women issue in 2015 and Japanese government paid 1 billion dollars as atonement money to the former Korean comfort women. However, The administration of Korea’s Moon Jae In abandoned the agreement in 2018 without any notification . The dissolution announcement is totally unacceptable for Japan. While the Government of the ROK, including President Moon Jae-in, repeatedly stated in public that it “will not abandon the agreement” and “will not ask for a renegotiation with Japan”) - The Japanese government at that time (1965) offered to compensate individual victims, but the South Korean government refused the offer and insisted that it should receive all the money and itself compensate its citizens. Very little of this money (only USD 250) was paid to individuals and instead was used for economic development of South Korea. The Japanese government has apologized for its comfort women system (which actually was an extension of the licensed pros**tution system that existed both in Korea and Japan before the war and which involved a large number of Japanese pros**tutes as well as those from other countries), Germany has never apologized or paid any compensation to any former pros***utes. In fact, nobody has ever demanded any such things, since these women, which rightly or wrongly were viewed as collaborators in the occupied countries, never found any supporters or defenders” -Professor Andrzej Kozlowski, University of Warsaw

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin9 dni temu

    A Taiwanese eye witness commenting about the time when Taiwan was under the rule of Japan. "The South Korean government is telling total lies. For example, regarding the comfort women for Japan in those days, they were all volunteers. The reason why they volunteered was the wages. At that time, the average civil servant earned about 40 yen per month. Girls in bars and taverns could earn about 50 to 60 yen. However, if they become comfort women, they could earn 200 yen per month. They could earn 4 to 5 times more than the average worker. So naturally, lots of girls applied voluntarily because when they worked as comfort women, they could live their whole lives using these earnings. To become a comfort woman, they took out a 2 year contract, and if they worked for 2 years, they could get enough money to live for the rest of their lives. That’s why so many people applied voluntarily. Some said they became military nurses and then were forced to become comfort women, but it’s a lie. It’s a blatant lie! At that time, going to a battleground overseas and coming back to Japan as a comfort woman meant that other people might treat you as a sp*y and accuse you of being a collaborator. So, everybody forged themselves identities as nurses when they came back, which makes it a complete lie."

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin9 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Heaven Triplett
    Heaven Triplett9 dni temu

    I am so so so sorry. I cannot imagine the differing these women went through. There is nothing I could ever say... no words to describe my sorrow for these victims and my anger toward the men who monopolized them

  • MYBOB

    MYBOB

    8 dni temu

    Please don't fall for this lie. Ms. Kim Bok-Dong was born in 1926 (please google), taken at 14 yrs and 8 years being detained which means she had been detained until 1948. But WW2 ended 1945. (Japanese army in Singapore surrendered Sept 12, 1945, whereas Japanese Gov Surrender Aug 15, 1945.) Her story doesn't add up. She was with The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance that supports Korean comfort women, but it collects donations from ROK people and passes them to Pro N-Korea groups. The chair woman Yoon Mee-Hyang was sued. And her husband Kim Sam-suk, his sister Kim Eun Ju and her husband were arrested for sp*ying for N-Korea. Lee Yong-Soo is most iconic comfort woman with KCJR, who is known for her changing testimonies. Others change their testimonies, too. These lies have been spread to split South Korea and Japan. China is taking advantage of this issue. Please google "How Beijing weaponizes‘ comfort women 'as propaganda tool ASIA TIMES"

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    9 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin9 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin9 dni temu

    A diary written by a Korean comfort station manager was discovered in 2013, and it makes it clear that Korean businessmen not only recruited Korean women but also owned and operated comfort stations. The diary contains the detailed account of Korean owners wire transferring huge profit they made from operating comfort stations. Comfort station operators were non-military civilians. Monthly reports by local Japanese consul generals in various Chinese cities identify comfort station operators with Korean comfort women as Korean. No Japanese-operated comfort station was reported with Korean women. The comfort stations were civilian-operated businesses. The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen.

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin9 dni temu

    Dutch government officially announced that “Dutch government regards the Comfort women system primarily as pros**tution.” 1994 - The Bart von Poelgeest Report “The study by Dr. Poelgeest, then an officer of the Ministry of Interior of the Netherlands, was commissioned by the Dutch government in 1993. It is a comprehensive report on the recruitment, voluntary, of European women for pros**tution in the Dutch East Indies during the Japanese occupation in World War II. It also briefly touches upon recruitment of local women although that is not the focus of the study. There was nothing in the report to indicate a policy or practice of mass abduction of women, European or locals, as comfort women.” “During the war in China in the 1930s, the occurrence of venereal disease among the troops had led to problems with deployment and the Japanese military forces therefore decided to set up military brothels as a preventive measure. In addition to local women, Japanese and Korean women - Korea being part of the Japanese Empire - were recruited for the brothels in China.”

  • Hailie
    Hailie9 dni temu

    This woman is beyond strong. She suffered so much and dealt with so much pain in her life. I sincerely pray for her and all the women out there who have suffered. These women need justice.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    9 dni temu

    One of the most often repeated and most distorted myths concerning Japan’s supposed crimes against Korea, concerns the so called “comfort women” Finally about the claims that Germany has properly “atoned” for its crimes while Japan has not. Let me just consider only one aspect. In 1965 the Korean government of Park Chung-hee signed a treaty with Japan, normalizing the relations between the two countries. Under the treaty South Korea received very large amounts of economic aid, grants, loans and, significantly, compensation for victims of Japanese rule. (The Japanese government paid 3 times national budget as a compensation but kept it in secret 40 years in Korea to incite hatred towards Japan and the Korea government keeps trying to hide the truth. Although all individual claims were settled in the 1965 Japan-South Korea Treaty, the Japanese government still offered compensation several times to the Korean women as a good gesture. However, when Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995(Compensation came with a personal letter of apology from Prime Minister of Japan), South Korean NGO threatened former comfort women not to accept Japan's apology and the compensation. 61 of those who defied the NGO’s order were verified as traitors, their names and addresses were published in newspapers as pros**tutes, and they had to live the rest of their lives in disgrace. South Korean government signed Japan-Korea agreement on the comfort women issue in 2015 and Japanese government paid 1 billion dollars as atonement money to the former Korean comfort women. However, The administration of Korea’s Moon Jae In abandoned the agreement in 2018 without any notification . The dissolution announcement is totally unacceptable for Japan. While the Government of the ROK, including President Moon Jae-in, repeatedly stated in public that it “will not abandon the agreement” and “will not ask for a renegotiation with Japan”) - The Japanese government at that time (1965) offered to compensate individual victims, but the South Korean government refused the offer and insisted that it should receive all the money and itself compensate its citizens. Very little of this money (only USD 250) was paid to individuals and instead was used for economic development of South Korea. The Japanese government has apologized for its comfort women system (which actually was an extension of the licensed pros**tution system that existed both in Korea and Japan before the war and which involved a large number of Japanese pros**tutes as well as those from other countries), Germany has never apologized or paid any compensation to any former pros***utes. In fact, nobody has ever demanded any such things, since these women, which rightly or wrongly were viewed as collaborators in the occupied countries, never found any supporters or defenders” -Professor Andrzej Kozlowski, University of Warsaw

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    9 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Elena Ryzhckova
    Elena Ryzhckova10 dni temu

    Боже мой!! Какая драма! У человека вся жизнь наперекосяк прошла, а японцы по сей день не признали вины и не извинились! И таких женщин с искалеченной судьбой тысячи! Сильная женщина! Ей хватило смелости жить и рассказать правду всему свету!

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    9 dni temu

    Один из наиболее часто повторяющихся и искаженных мифов, касающихся предполагаемых преступлений Японии против Кореи, касается так называемых "женщин для утех". Наконец, о заявлениях о том, что Германия должным образом "искупила" свои преступления, в то время как Япония этого не сделала. Позвольте мне рассмотреть лишь один аспект. В 1965 году корейское правительство Пак Чхун Хи подписало договор с Японией, нормализующий отношения между двумя странами. В соответствии с этим договором Южная Корея получила очень большие суммы экономической помощи, грантов, займов и, что немаловажно, компенсации жертвам японского правления. (Японское правительство выплатило в качестве компенсации 3 раза больше госбюджета, но держало это в секрете 40 лет в Корее, чтобы разжечь ненависть к Японии, а корейское правительство продолжает пытаться скрыть правду. Хотя все индивидуальные иски были урегулированы в Японско-Южнокорейском договоре 1965 г., японское правительство все же несколько раз предлагало компенсацию корейским женщинам в качестве хорошего жеста. Однако, когда в 1995 г. Япония предложила компенсацию через Азиатский женский фонд (компенсация пришла с личным письмом с извинениями премьер-министра Японии), южнокорейская неправительственная организация пригрозила бывшим утешительным женщинам не принять извинения Японии и компенсацию. 61 из тех, кто не подчинился приказу этой НПО, были признаны предателями, их имена и адреса были опубликованы в газетах как проституток, и они были вынуждены жить всю оставшуюся жизнь в немилости. Правительство Южной Кореи подписало Японско-корейское соглашение по вопросу "женщин для утех" в 2015 году, и японское правительство выплатило 1 миллиард долларов в качестве компенсации бывшим корейским "женщинам для утех". Однако администрация корейской компании "Мун Чжэ Ин" отказалась от соглашения в 2018 году без какого-либо уведомления. Объявление о роспуске совершенно неприемлемо для Японии. Хотя правительство РК, в том числе и президент Мун Чжэ Ин, неоднократно публично заявляли, что оно "не откажется от соглашения" и "не будет просить о перезаключении переговоров с Японией"). - Японское правительство в то время (1965 г.) предложило выплатить компенсацию отдельным жертвам, но южнокорейское правительство отказалось от этого предложения и настояло на том, чтобы оно получило все деньги и само выплатило компенсацию своим гражданам. Очень мало этих денег (всего 250 долларов США) было выплачено частным лицам и вместо этого использовалось для экономического развития Южной Кореи. Японское правительство извинилось за свою систему "женщин для утех", которая фактически являлась продолжением системы лицензированной проституции, существовавшей как в Корее, так и в Японии до войны, и в которой было задействовано большое количество японских проституток, а также проституток из других стран. Германия никогда не извинялась и не выплачивала никаких компенсаций ни одной бывшей проститутке. На самом деле, никто никогда не требовал ничего подобного, поскольку эти женщины, которые справедливо или ошибочно считались коллаборационистками в оккупированных странах, никогда не находили себе сторонников или защитников. -Профессор Анджей Козловский, Варшавский Университет.

  • Lourenzo Mota
    Lourenzo Mota10 dni temu

    It's so sad how Japanese govermment keep distorting the history and doesn't teaching the true to the new generations. Unlike Germany, which asks for forgiveness until today, unfortunately Japan tries to hide this part of the story. Well, as half of my family is Japanese, I ask for forgiveness, for everything that happened. I hope they will receive justice someday. I'm sorry.

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    9 dni temu

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent as they were coached by the extremely leftist organization “Korean Council“ ⚫︎In an interview with Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Kim Sun-ok said that she was sold by her parents four times. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Professor Park of Sejong University in South Korea, a former Korean comfort woman Bae Chun-hee said she hated her father who sold her. She said that men who recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations were “all Korean”, and that Korean women who testified before UN Special Rapporteur lied on behalf of Korean Council. ⚫︎A former Korean comfort woman Mun Oku-chu said in her memoir: "I was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner. I saved a considerable amount of money from tips, so I opened a saving account. I could not believe that I could have so much money in my saving account. One of my friends collected many jewels, so I went and bought a diamond. I often went to see Japanese movies and Kabuki plays in which players came from the mainland Japan. I became a popular woman in Rangoon. There were a lot more officers in Rangoon than near the frontlines, so I was invited to many parties. I sang songs at parties and received lots of tips. I put on a pair of high heels, a green coat and carried an alligator leather handbag. I swaggered about in a fashionable dress. No one in town could guess that I was a comfort woman. I felt very happy and proud. I received permission to return home, but I didn't want to go back to Korea. I wanted to stay in Rangoon." According to Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, Mun Oku-chu continued to work as a pros***ute in Korea after the war. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In an interview with Korean newspaper The Hankyoreh (the artcile was published on May 15th, 1991) a former Korean comfort woman Kim Hak-sun said that she was sold by her mother. In 1993 Kim Hak-sun told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "My mother sent me to train as a Kiseng in Pyongyang and then sold me." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kim Gun-ja told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my foster father." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Kim Gun-ja also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007 and said she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Lee Yong-soo told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "At the time I was shabbily dressed and wretched. On the day I left home with my friend Kim Pun-sun without telling my mother, I was wearing a black skirt, a cotton shirt and wooden clogs on my feet. You don't know how pleased I was when I received a red dress and a pair of leather shoes from a Korean recruiter." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. Lee Yong-soo also testified before United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs in 2007. She was told that she had five minutes to speak. She ignored the instruction and went on for over one hour putting on a performance of crying and screaming. Her false testimony resulted in the passage of United States House of Representatives House Resolution 121. In 2017 Lee Yong-soo gave false testimonies before San Francisco City Council, which resulted in the erection of a comfort women statue in that city. ⚫︎ According to Professor Chunghee Sarah Soh of San Francisco State University, a former Korean comfort woman Moon Pil-ki was recruited by a Korean comfort station owner's agent and taken to Manchuria with four other women. Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ In 1993 a former Korean comfort woman Kil Won-ok told Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University, "I was sold by my parents." Yet she testified before UN Special Rapporteur Radhika Coomaraswamy that she was abd*ucted by the Japanese military. ⚫︎ According to several witnesses, Korean Council (pro-North activist group) coached women to say "I was abd*ucted by the Japanese military." Professor Ahn Byong Jik of Seoul University says, "When I interviewed former comfort women in the early 1990s, none of them had anything bad to say about the Japanese military. They hated their parents who sold them and Korean comfort station owners who mistreated them. But after Korean Council put them on its payroll, their testimonies had completely changed." ⚫︎ A former Korean comfort woman Sim Mi-ja who refused to be on Korean Council's payroll said, "The Korean women, who testified before UN Special Rapporteur, lied on behalf of Korean Council. They are swi*ndlers"

  • Kao rin

    Kao rin

    9 dni temu

    One of the most often rep:eated and most dist:orted myt:hs concerning Japan’s suppo:sed crimes against Korea, concerns the so called “comfort women” Finally about the claims that Germany has properly “atoned” for its crimes while Japan has not. Let me just consider only one aspect. In 1965 the Korean government of Park Chung-hee signed a treaty with Japan, normalizing the relations between the two countries. Under the treaty South Korea received very large amounts of economic aid, grants, loans and, significantly, compensation for victims of Japanese rule. (The Japanese government paid 3 times national budget as a compensation but kept it in secret 40 years in Korea to incite hatred towards Japan and the Korea government keeps trying to hide the truth. Although all individual claims were settled in the 1965 Japan-South Korea Treaty, the Japanese government still offered compensation several times to the Korean women as a good gesture. However, when Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995(Compensation came with a personal letter of apology from Prime Minister of Japan), South Korean NGO threatened former comfort women not to accept Japan's apology and the compensation. 61 of those who defied the NGO’s order were verified as traitors, their names and addresses were published in newspapers as pros**tutes, and they had to live the rest of their lives in disgrace. South Korean government signed Japan-Korea agreement on the comfort women issue in 2015 and Japanese government paid 1 billion dollars as atonement money to the former Korean comfort women. However, The administration of Korea’s Moon Jae In abandoned the agreement in 2018 without any notification . The dissolution announcement is totally unacceptable for Japan. While the Government of the ROK, including President Moon Jae-in, repeatedly stated in public that it “will not abandon the agreement” and “will not ask for a renegotiation with Japan”) - The Japanese government at that time (1965) offered to compensate individual victims, but the South Korean government refused the offer and insisted that it should receive all the money and itself compensate its citizens. Very little of this money (only USD 250) was paid to individuals and instead was used for economic development of South Korea. The Japanese government has apologized for its comfort women system (which actually was an extension of the licensed pros**tution system that existed both in Korea and Japan before the war and which involved a large number of Japanese pros**tutes as well as those from other countries), Germany has never apologized or paid any compensation to any former pros***utes. In fact, nobody has ever demanded any such things, since these women, which rightly or wrongly were viewed as collaborators in the occupied countries, never found any supporters or defenders” -Professor Andrzej Kozlowski, University of Warsaw

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin10 dni temu

    An article in Korean newspaper Kyunghyang Shinmun on June 6, 1977. It says that a Korean comfort station owner traffi/cked dozens of Korean comfort women to Asia to provide sex to Japanese/Korean soldiers there during World War II. It was common knowledge in Korea until the 1970s that Korean comfort station owners recruited Korean women and operated comfort stations, and no Koreans opposed that concept. Then Japanese newspaper published a series of fabricated articles in the 1980's falsely accusing Japanese military of coercing Korean comfort women. Korean communists with close ties to NK thought this was a great opportunity to defame Japan and block reconciliation between Japan and Korea. So they formed the anti-Japan lobby group in 1990 and began spreading comfort women’s false testimonies worldwide. Their tactic was to use the case of a small number of Dutch indonesia women who were coerced by lower ranked Japanese soldiers and make it look like the same thing happened to tens of thousands of Korean women. Since they had no evidence, they coached Korean women to testify falsely.

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin10 dni temu

    1959 Oct 19 Donga Ilbo - "66% of Comfort Women Infected" October 19, 1959 ab article from the South Korean newspaper Donga Ilbo. It is entitled "66% of Comfort Women Infected--Results of a Nationwide Testing of Female Entertainers." The article talks about how nationwide 392,707 female entertainers, including 261,089 comfort women, were tested for venereal disease over a 1-year period. The article is evidence that in 1959 Korea was registering women to be "comfort women," which was a euphemism for "military pros**tute." Korea was registering women to be pros***utes for UN soldiers stationed in Korea. The 261,089 comfort woment mentioned in the article is evidence that Korea had a significant number of comfort women, of which 66.4% were infected with a veneral disease. In the 1990s South Koreans begin criticizing Japan for its comfort women system in World War II, but have hardly said anything about its own comfort women system "If Koreans thoght the Japanese comfort women system was so bad, why did the Korean Government set up a similar 'comfort women' system for UN soldiers after the Japanese left Korea?"

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin10 dni temu

    [Diary written by Korean worker at comfort stations in Burma, Singapore found] The diary written by a Korean man working at wartime brothels in Burma, which has been found in South Korea. SEOUL -- A diary written by a Korean man working at wartime brothels in Burma (current Myanmar) and Singapore during World War II has recently been found, a discovery that could shed light on the truth behind the role of the Imperial Japanese Army in controversial comfort stations for Japanese soldiers. The Korean man took part in the "4th comfort corps" that left Busan Port on the Korean Peninsula in 1942. He returned home in late 1944. His diary is the first of its kind found in Japan, South Korea and elsewhere. On the issue of so-called "comfort women" for the Imperial Japanese Army during the war, many of the testimonies were made several decades after the end of the war. The diary written by the Korean man -- a third person who had actually witnessed wartime brothels -- is important material to pave the way for cool-headed discussions on the thorny issue. The diary was discovered by Ahn Byong Jik, professor emeritus at Seoul University, who specializes in modern Korean economic history and is knowledgeable about the comfort women issue. A museum in the suburbs of Seoul found a diary and other materials at a second-hand bookshop about 10 years ago. Ahn found the diary while combing through the materials. The diary was written by the man from Kyongsang-namdo on the western part of the Korean Peninsula while working at the wartime brothels from 1943 to 1944. It was written in Chinese characters, katakana and Korean alphabets. The man was born in 1905 and died in 1979. His diary written from 1922 to 1957 can be seen today. In the diary, the man wrote on July 10, 1943, "At this time last year, I boarded a ship at Busan Wharf and took a first step on the southbound trip." On April 6, 1944, he wrote, "When a comfort squad left Busan two years ago, Mr. Tsumura who came as the head of the fourth comfort corps was working (in a market)." A research report compiled in November 1945 by U.S. soldiers who questioned managers of comfort stations caught in Burma says that 703 comfort women and about 90 business operators left Busan Port on July 10, 1942. The accuracy of his diary is backed up by the fact that the date of their departure is the same. Ahn says, "It is certain that the records compiled by the U.S. military refer to the fourth comfort corps." As opposed to the view generally held in South Korea that comfort women were forcibly conscripted by Japanese military and police, Ahn says, "Comfort women were recruited by business operators in Korea, and there was no need for the military to abduct them." In the diary, the man touched on relationships between comfort stations, comfort women and the military. He wrote on July 19, 1943, "Two comfort stations that belong to a flying corps were handed over to the logistics command." On July 29, 1943, he wrote, "I've heard that Haruyo and Hiroko who had left (a comfort station) to have conjugal relations (with their husbands) returned to Kinseikan as comfort women again." The Korean man also wrote in his diary on Aug. 13, 1943, "Comfort women went to see a movie, saying that the railway corps will run a movie." He wrote on Oct. 27, 1944, "I was asked by a comfort woman to remit 600 yen, so I withdrew her deposit and sent it from a central post office." The diary author himself earned 43,000 yen in two years’ time-an enormous sum when one considers the average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen. The author managed an orchard after returning home, and also served on the board of a private elementary school.

  • Kao rin
    Kao rin10 dni temu

    As academics, we are used to dealing with exagge:rations. We are not used to finding that the story is pure fiction. But that is the nature of the comfort-women-se*x-slave story. It’s been a bizarrely unending story. Elderly Korean women claim to have been forced at Japanese bayonet-point to work as sex slaves. The Japanese government replies that the Korean government waived claims like this by treaty in 1965. But it expresses sympathy anyway, and offers more money. Koreans still complain. The Japanese government apologizes again, offers more money, and the Korean government promises never to raise the question again. Then a new political party takes power, declares the Japanese apology insincere, and starts the process all over again. Expressing sympathy to elderly women who have had a rough life is fine. Paying money to an ally in order to rebuild a stable relationship is fine. But the claims about enslaved Korean comfort women are historically untrue. The Japanese army did not dragoon Korean women to work in its brothels. It did not use Korean women as s*ex slaves. The claims to the contrary are simply ー factually ー false. - Harvard university

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