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

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  1. Asian Boss
    Asian Boss
    2 jaar geleden

    **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

    1. Sachira Bhanu
      Sachira Bhanu
      22 dagen geleden

      Thanks for the update. RIP mam.

    2. Coney Island
      Coney Island
      Maand geleden

      May her soul rest in peace🙏🏻

    3. Kelly Nickole
      Kelly Nickole
      Maand geleden

      Honestly what an amazingly beautiful and strong woman. Bless her soul and her family. Ugh my heart💔

    4. 北陸越路春
      北陸越路春
      3 maanden geleden

      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.

    5. sarang757
      sarang757
      4 maanden geleden

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

  2. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    52 minuten geleden

    Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived by the comfort women’s lies and apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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 even though there was no coercion. 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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

  3. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    58 minuten geleden

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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.

  4. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    Uur geleden

    Dutch government officially announced that “Dutch government regards the Comfort women system primarily as pros**tution.” 1994

  5. Kayla Spence
    Kayla Spence
    3 uur geleden

    This is probably the strongest woman in an interview I have her seen. Edit: She’s beautiful.

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      57 minuten geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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.

  6. Maria Lee
    Maria Lee
    5 uur geleden

    My goodness I bawled and hurt for her listening to this. May she finally be at peace

  7. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    8 uur geleden

    ❌ Sex Slaves?? ❌ Rape Victims?? ⭕ Prostitutes?? ⭕ Scammers??

  8. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    9 uur geleden

    💥💥💥 Kim's story is full of lies!!! Her attempted suicide is also fiction. Think carefully. She was in China at that time. Who can buy wine in China, using Korean currency (won)?? The currency of China at that time was yuan. 💥💥💥 Why does a cleaning woman hired by the Japanese military have to help unrelated girls commit suicide?? The cleaning woman had no gain but a serious risk of being punished by the Japanese military afterward. Sooner or later, the Japanese military would have uncovered that the cleaning woman bought wine and handed it to girls. 💥💥💥 How can an unconscious girl elaborate on what happened during her deep unconsciousness?? Why does she know well that the medics arrived and revived her during her deep sleep of 10 days, as if she had been watching it up close?? You see? Her old story is full of contradictions. She is merely talking according to the scenario. That is, these are all her fictions to dramatically impress her story. 👅👅👅 Kim Bok-Dong is a very cunning professional scammer!!! 👅👅👅

  9. TAH MERCY NUNG
    TAH MERCY NUNG
    9 uur geleden

    Jesus loves you and wants to begin a relationship with you irrespective of your past and irrespective of what you are going through. John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whosoever believes in him should not perish but have everlasting life. Inorder for you to enter into a relationship with him all you need is say this prayer sincerely with me. O Lord have mercy upon me where i have sinned against you in my thoughts and deeds. Please wash me in your precious blood. Please come into my heart and write me my name in the book of life. Start reading the Bible. Ask the holyspirit to lead you to where you can continually be filled with the word inorder to enable you to grow. Just as a baby needs milk to grow so do you need the word of God inorder to grow.

  10. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    10 uur geleden

    💥💥💥 Ignorant viewers should refrain from irresponsible comments!!! 💥💥💥 The Japanese never abducted Korean women at that time!! In those days, poor Koreans borrowed a large amount of money from Korean prostitution intermediaries. So, their daughters had to work in comfort stations in order to pay off their debts. The victims were daughters, and the perpetrators were their parents!!! 💥💥💥 Kim is a very very cunning professional scammer!!! 💥💥💥

  11. Precious Reggy
    Precious Reggy
    10 uur geleden

    My heart reaches out to her. So painful to even listen. Such an amazing soul 💕💕💕💕

  12. Precious Reggy
    Precious Reggy
    10 uur geleden

    My heart reaches out to her. So painful to even listen. Such an amazing soul 💕💕💕💕

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      9 uur geleden

      Kim is lying!!! The Japanese never abducted Korean women at that time!! The Japanese viewers are very very angry against her lies!!

  13. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    14 uur geleden

    👿👿👿 Japanese historians know well the lies of former Korean comfort women. At that time, the Japanese military never abducted Korean women. However, it is true that they worked in comfort stations, so the Japanese government apologized and compensated in 2015. 👿👿👿 But think twice. They were making money. Why does the Japanese government have to apologize?? At that time, many of the comfort women were Japanese. Former Japanese comfort women have received no apology or no compensation from the Japanese government even now. Because, all the comfort women were merely making money actually. 👿👿👿 Why did the Japanese government have to apologize to only Korean women?? 🔶🔶🔶 The reason is that Korean women cunningly lied that they had been abducted by the Japanese military!!! 😠😠😠😠😠😠

  14. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    14 uur geleden

    ★★★ Complete ignore is the best way against a malicious and insidious stalker. ★★★ That's why now the Japanese government is completely ignoring the South Korean government!!! 😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😄

  15. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    14 uur geleden

    👹 This is an international fraud case!!! 😲😲😲😲😲 👹 There was no clear evidence at all, and the lie testimony alone suddenly made an apology request and a claim for huge compensation money to the Japanese government since 1990s!!! 😨😨😨😨😨 👹 Yeah, everything is a very very dirty conspiracy!!! 😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡

  16. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    14 uur geleden

    🔴 Most viewers don't know anything about 30 years of international negotiations on the comfort women issue. This very malicious scam video also does not explain the international negotiations of the Japanese government at all on purpose. So, I will explain the response of the Japanese government to the former comfort women in Asia from the beginning. 🔴 Do you know the Asian Women's Fund?? It was a fund set up by the Japanese government in July 1995 to distribute monetary compensation with apologies to former comfort women in South Korea, the Philippine, Taiwan, the Netherlands, and Indonesia. Approximately ¥600 million ($5 million) was donated by the Japanese people and a total of ¥4.8 billion ($40 million) was provided by the Japanese government. 🔴 Each survivor of former comfort women was provided with a letter of apology signed from the Japanese Prime Minister, stating “As Prime Minister of Japan, I thus extend anew my most sincere apologies and remorse to all the women who underwent immeasurable and painful experiences and suffered incurable physical and psychological wound as comfort women.” The fund provided support to 61 South Korean women, 211 Filipino women, 13 Taiwanese women and 79 Netherlands women, and the balance was used to fund medical and welfare supporting projects in each country. In addition, there was no offer from the Indonesian former comfort women. The fund was dissolved on March 31, 2007, after ending all operations. 🔴 However, at that time, only some rebellious South Korean women including Kim Bok-Dong in this video categorically rejected and stubbornly abandoned apology letters and funding from Japan at their own will, and they still persistently continued to protest even after the dissolution of the fund. 🔴 For this reason, on December 28, 2015 after long and difficult negotiations, the Japanese government and the South Korean government agreed on a final and irreversible solution on the comfort women issue. The content is that the Japanese government will contribute 1 billion yen to the foundation established by the South Korean government to support former comfort women, and the two countries will cooperate. At the joint press conference of this agreement, the Japanese government formally apologized again. 🔴 With this final and irreversible agreement, the comfort women issue in Asia has been completely resolved!!

  17. MrWilhelm1950
    MrWilhelm1950
    17 uur geleden

    This poor woman's story is truly heart-breaking. Those animals, who committed heinous indignities on her and countless other young innocent women, will surely meet God one day and then receive their just rewards.

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      56 minuten geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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.

    2. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      15 uur geleden

      Obviously, Kim is lying!!! Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

  18. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    19 uur geleden

    Try Googling “comfort women newspaper advertisements, you will find many ads placed by Korean comfort station owners. A recruitment advertisement for comfort women by a private company called “Imai Introductory Service” (Korean owner) in a newspaper during that time, it said as follows: Monthly income of 300 yen or more (★Advances of up to 3000yen may be granted) ⚫︎average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen. ★Pre-borrowing referred to an agreement in which money could be borrowed before you work.

  19. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    19 uur geleden

    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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Uur geleden

      Dutch government officially announced that “Dutch government regards the Comfort women system primarily as pros**tution.” 1994

    2. BLACK FIRST
      BLACK FIRST
      2 uur geleden

      Report this person

    3. BLACK FIRST
      BLACK FIRST
      2 uur geleden

      @Kao rin you actually got the name wrong, you aren’t credible🙅🏾‍♀️

    4. Smelly Socks
      Smelly Socks
      17 uur geleden

      Ps. I think you got the name wrong so you might wana check you reference..

    5. Smelly Socks
      Smelly Socks
      17 uur geleden

      Kid there isn’t any proof to anything you’re saying. You said that because it was war there is no fault? I don’t see any logic to your words. War crime is considered a heavy crime around the world and I certainly wouldn’t expect anyone to say it’s the fault of the victim in a case of immense inhumanity.

  20. michaelle luther
    michaelle luther
    23 uur geleden

    This is why I watching asian boss lol.Actions show their real attitudes.

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      15 uur geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      19 uur geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

  21. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    Dag geleden

    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

  22. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    Dag geleden

    -At UN human rights conference The representative from Taiwan started by saying, “Unlike the women from Korea, Taiwanese women are gentle and obedient, so the Japanese soldiers treated us kindly. That’s why we take a somewhat different stance from the Koreans who stridently demand reparations.” The participants in the conference suddenly erupted into jeer and exclaimed, “What are you saying!” Before she had finished speaking, the conference room fell into pandemonium as the attendees threw fits or began approaching the podium. One person yelled, “Stop interpreting!”, and the interpreter abruptly halted. The ones who had shouted her down were well-known Japanese human rights activists.(communists) After the conference reopened, a Thai woman who said that she was living in India shouted at the top of her lungs, “British soldiers did the same sort of things, no, even worse things, when they were stationed in India. Why aren’t you talking about that too?”

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      55 minuten geleden

      Former Comfort Women Pae said: “Then, we were also soldiers. We were not pros**tutes. We helped the soldiers to fight. Do you understand?” (her statement is reminiscent of that of former Japanese comfort women, who sincerely believed in their personal contribution to Japan’s war project by laboring as comfort women so as to fulfill the wartime slogan of “for the good of the country.”) That’s why we were also soldiers. We helped them fight. Do I think what Japan did was evil? Not really. After all, Japan was at war. They wanted to win the war. Actually, I blame my country most. The fact that our country was weak. Were we a strong country, it would not and could not have happened. So if I am to blame anything, anybody, it is my country. . . . You keep pushing me to say that Japan was wrong, but I still say they did it for their country and we let it happen to us because we were not powerful enough. . . . Well, we should never let it happen again. Never. After all that, I don’t blame Japan. Even now, if there were two men proposing, one Korean and the other Japanese, I would rather marry the Japanese. . . . -Former Comfort women Pae Chok-kan The Comfort women by Professor Sarah Soh P189

    2. Prabhnoor Gill
      Prabhnoor Gill
      15 uur geleden

      How did you get this info?

  23. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    Dag geleden

    -Coaching comfort women and stage-managing testimonies at the UN Tachi saw one other important thing during the UN conference. When she got lost and was wandering through the huge building where the meeting was taking place, she stumbled upon a room where people were gathering. Here, former comfort women who were testifying on a stage were being prompted and trained on how to deliver their lines. Unsurprisingly, the people who were stage-managing the whole operation were Japanese women (activists close tie with communists). In this manner, the former comfort women were being trained as living witnesses to serve the movement.

  24. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    Dag geleden

    The Fabrication and Spread of the “Comfort Women = Sex Slaves” Theory Totsuka Etsuro: The author of the “sex slave” concept The man who first proposed to the United Nations that the comfort women be referred to as “sex slaves” was the Japanese human rights lawyer Totsuka Etsuro(CCP’s lobbyist) Totsuka brought up the term “sex slave” before the UN Commission on Human Rights, and before long UN bodies had accordingly defined the comfort women as being “sex slaves”. The idea that the comfort women were sex slaves did not arise from the findings of any empirical investigation, nor was it conceptualized on the basis of any facts. Totsuka said that the idea of adopting the term “sex slaves” simply popped into his mind one day. According to Fujiki, when Totsuka was asked about how he came up with the term “sex slaves”, he said, “I had a hunch! It was intuition!” He then continued as follows: “It’s amazing, isn’t it? I had been frequenting the United Nations for thirty-four years. During that time, I submitted over twenty motions to discuss instances of Japanese human rights violations and delivered statements on them here, but not one was taken up. And yet, in 1992, when I reframed the comfort women as being sex slaves, the UN commissioners were glued to my every word. So you see, it’s incredible, isn’t it?”

  25. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    Dag geleden

    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.”

  26. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    Dag geleden

    Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived by the comfort women’s lies and apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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 even though there was no coercion. 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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      55 minuten geleden

      Former Comfort Women Pae said: “Then, we were also soldiers. We were not pros**tutes. We helped the soldiers to fight. Do you understand?” (her statement is reminiscent of that of former Japanese comfort women, who sincerely believed in their personal contribution to Japan’s war project by laboring as comfort women so as to fulfill the wartime slogan of “for the good of the country.”) That’s why we were also soldiers. We helped them fight. Do I think what Japan did was evil? Not really. After all, Japan was at war. They wanted to win the war. Actually, I blame my country most. The fact that our country was weak. Were we a strong country, it would not and could not have happened. So if I am to blame anything, anybody, it is my country. . . . You keep pushing me to say that Japan was wrong, but I still say they did it for their country and we let it happen to us because we were not powerful enough. . . . Well, we should never let it happen again. Never. After all that, I don’t blame Japan. Even now, if there were two men proposing, one Korean and the other Japanese, I would rather marry the Japanese. . . . -Former Comfort women Pae Chok-kan The Comfort women by Professor Sarah Soh P189

    2. BLACK FIRST
      BLACK FIRST
      2 uur geleden

      What are you gaslighting victims?

    3. ff f
      ff f
      14 uur geleden

      how many comments are you leaving? you seem hysteric with the clip

  27. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    Dag geleden

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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.

    1. Rosemary [US-CT]
      Rosemary [US-CT]
      18 uur geleden

      SHAME ON YOU FOR YOUR WILLINGNESS TO HIDE THE BRUTAL TREATMENT OF WOMEN. God will punish you.

  28. Lia Pereira
    Lia Pereira
    Dag geleden

    Não as tratam como gente. Enxergam elas com desprezo.

  29. Lia Pereira
    Lia Pereira
    Dag geleden

    Isso causa tantos sentimentoa que nem consigo colocar em palvras. É um nojo perturbador, um ódio intenso, uma injustiça inquietante. Homens podem ser sórdidos sem resquício de empatia ou misericórdia. A pior sensação é a de indefesa e impotencia para se defender. Que agoniante.

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      19 uur geleden

      [Diário escrito por um trabalhador coreano nos bordéis da Birmânia, encontrado em Singapura]. O diário escrito por um coreano que trabalhou em bordéis de guerra na Birmânia, que foi encontrado na Coreia do Sul. SEOUL -- Foi recentemente encontrado um diário escrito por um coreano que trabalhou em bordéis de guerra na Birmânia (agora Myanmar) e Singapura durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, uma descoberta que poderia lançar luz sobre a verdade do papel do Exército Imperial Japonês nas polémicas estações de conforto para os soldados japoneses. O coreano participou no "4º Corpo de Conforto" que deixou o porto de Busan, na península coreana, em 1942. Regressou a casa no final de 1944. O seu diário é o primeiro do seu género a ser encontrado no Japão, Coreia do Sul e outros países. Sobre a questão das chamadas "mulheres de conforto" para o Exército Imperial japonês durante a guerra, muitos dos testemunhos foram feitos várias décadas após o fim da guerra. O diário escrito pelo coreano - uma terceira pessoa que tinha efectivamente testemunhado os bordéis em tempo de guerra - é um material importante para preparar o caminho para um debate calmo sobre a espinhosa questão. O diário foi descoberto por Ahn Byong Jik, um professor emérito da Universidade de Seul, especializado em história económica coreana moderna e conhecedor do tema das mulheres de conforto. Um museu nos subúrbios de Seul encontrou o diário e outros materiais numa livraria em segunda mão há cerca de 10 anos. Ahn encontrou o diário enquanto olhava para o material. O diário foi escrito por um homem de Kyongsang-namdo, no oeste da península coreana, enquanto trabalhava em bordéis em tempo de guerra entre 1943 e 1944. Foi escrito em caracteres chineses, katakana e guiões coreanos. O homem nasceu em 1905 e morreu em 1979. O seu diário, escrito entre 1922 e 1957, pode ser visto hoje. No diário, o homem escreveu a 10 de Julho de 1943: "No ano passado, nesta altura, embarquei num navio no Cais de Busan e dei o primeiro passo na viagem para sul. A 6 de Abril de 1944, escreveu: "Quando um esquadrão de conforto deixou Busan há dois anos, o Sr. Tsumura que veio como chefe do quarto corpo de conforto estava a trabalhar (num mercado)". Um relatório de investigação compilado em Novembro de 1945 por soldados americanos que interrogaram os gestores de postos de conforto presos na Birmânia diz que 703 mulheres de conforto e cerca de 90 operadores comerciais deixaram o porto de Busan a 10 de Julho de 1942. A precisão da sua agenda é apoiada pelo facto de a data da sua partida ser a mesma. Ahn diz: "É certo que os registos compilados pelo exército dos EUA se referem ao Quarto Corpo de Conforto. Contra a opinião generalizada na Coreia do Sul de que as mulheres de conforto foram recrutadas à força pelos militares e polícia japoneses, Ahn diz, "As mulheres de conforto foram recrutadas por operadores comerciais na Coreia, e não havia necessidade de os militares as raptarem". No diário, o homem referia-se às relações entre as estações de conforto, as mulheres de conforto e os militares. Escreveu a 19 de Julho de 1943: "Duas estações de conforto pertencentes a um corpo aéreo foram entregues ao comando logístico". A 29 de Julho de 1943, escreveu: "Soube que Haruyo e Hiroko, que tinham partido (uma estação de conforto) para ter relações conjugais (com os seus maridos), regressaram a Kinseikan como mulheres de conforto". O coreano também escreveu no seu diário a 13 de Agosto de 1943: "As mulheres de conforto foram ver um filme, dizendo que o corpo ferroviário ia pôr um filme". Escreveu a 27 de Outubro de 1944: "Uma mulher de conforto pediu-me que lhe enviasse 600 ienes, por isso retirei o seu depósito e enviei-o de uma estação central dos correios". O próprio autor do diário ganhou 43.000 ienes em dois anos, uma soma enorme considerando que o salário médio mensal de um trabalhador durante esse período de tempo era de apenas 40 ienes. O autor geriu uma horta depois de regressar a casa, e também serviu no conselho de administração de uma escola primária privada.

    2. Lia Pereira
      Lia Pereira
      22 uur geleden

      @Kao rin Vc tem que ser muito doutrinado(a) pra agir dessa forma apática e mesquinha perante um crime de guerra que era mais do que comum e nunca ouvido. Estupros eram comuns em qlqr contexto de guerra, os japoneses foram um dos dominadores mais violentos e isso a história mostra. Nem vem com essa desculpa de "esquerda" ou "direita" pra alimentar um orgulho doentio em cima de historias reais, PESSOAS reais, SOFRIMENTOS. Quem cala com o opressor tem que se fuder tanto quanto.

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      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".

  30. Kishore Kishore
    Kishore Kishore
    Dag geleden

    Very sad to hear

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      15 uur geleden

      Kim is lying obviously!! Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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.

  31. Lorna Page
    Lorna Page
    Dag geleden

    The Japanese government should have done the decent thing and apologised to Madame Kim and the comfort women for the wrong that had been perpetrated upon them. She died never having received that apology. How heartbreaking. The Japanese government should hang their heads in shame, again!

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      54 minuten geleden

      Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived by the comfort women’s lies and apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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 even though there was no coercion. 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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

    2. Lorna Page
      Lorna Page
      10 uur geleden

      I do not think Madame Kim was lying in this testimony. I have heard similar reports, relaying similar testimonies, so I believe what she was saying. I think the two responses to my original post are from two bitter people who do not want to admit what the Japanese did during WW11. I know reparation was made, but that was between Korea and Japan and did not take into account what the ‘comfort women’ had to endure and what the soldiers did, nor did they ever get an apology. Bitterness towards these woman is so uncalled for, as they have shown none towards the Japanese people of today.

    3. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      15 uur geleden

      The Japanese government has already formally apologized and compensated for hardship of Korean women in 2015, before this interview!!! You see? Very sneaky Kim is cunningly misleading ignorant viewers like you as if the Japanese government has not apologized yet!!! Kim is a very dirty professional scammer!!!

    4. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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.

  32. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    Dag geleden

    ⬛ Kim's story is full of lies!!! Her attempted suicide is also fiction. Think carefully. She was in China at that time. Who can buy wine in China, using Korean currency (won)?? The currency of China at that time was yuan. ⬛ Why does a cleaning woman hired by the Japanese military have to help unrelated girls commit suicide?? The cleaning woman had no gain but a serious risk of being punished by the Japanese military afterward. Sooner or later, the Japanese military would have uncovered that the cleaning woman bought wine and handed it to girls. ⬛ How can an unconscious girl elaborate on what happened during her deep unconsciousness?? Why does she know well that the medics arrived and revived her during her deep sleep of 10 days, as if she had been watching it up close?? You see? Her old story is full of contradictions. She is merely talking according to the scenario. That is, these are all her fictions to dramatically impress her story. ⬛ Kim Bok-Dong is a very cunning professional scammer!!! 👅👅👅👅👅

  33. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    Dag geleden

    🔶🔷 Incompetent dirty maggots pretend to be miserable victims by making fake sad stories, and they claim huge compensation money for fictitious damages!!! 😨😨😨😨😨😨 🔷🔶 This video is a typical case of such an evil scam!!! 😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠 🔶🔷 Hey NLrock, do you understand that aiding fraud is a co-crime?? 😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡

  34. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    Dag geleden

    🔴 This is an international fraud case!!! 😲😲😲😲😲 🔴 There was no clear evidence at all, and the lie testimony alone suddenly made an apology request and a claim for huge compensation money to the Japanese government since 1990s!!! 😨😨😨😨😨 🔴 Yeah, everything is a very very dirty conspiracy!!! 😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡

  35. മാധവ് സായ് -വി- നായർ
    മാധവ് സായ് -വി- നായർ
    Dag geleden

    Japan:our society is kind and polite Also Japan: (Old Japan)

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      19 uur geleden

      Try Googling “comfort women newspaper advertisements, you will find many ads placed by Korean comfort station owners. A recruitment advertisement for comfort women by a private company called “Imai Introductory Service” (Korean owner) in a newspaper during that time, it said as follows: Monthly income of 300 yen or more (★Advances of up to 3000yen may be granted) ⚫︎average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen. ★Pre-borrowing referred to an agreement in which money could be borrowed before you work.

    2. HowardSternfan 1
      HowardSternfan 1
      Dag geleden

      @Kao rin weeb

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      🇰🇷=🇰🇵

    4. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived by the comfort women’s lies and apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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 even though there’s no coercion. 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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

    5. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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.

  36. Varun Shah VO-TV
    Varun Shah VO-TV
    Dag geleden

    WHATS THE BIG DEAL MOST COMFORT WOMEN WERE UGLY POOR WOMEN LIKE THIS OLD HAG

  37. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    Dag geleden

    Try Googling “comfort women newspaper advertisements, you will find many ads placed by Korean comfort station owners. A recruitment advertisement for comfort women by a private company called “Imai Introductory Service” (Korean owner) in a newspaper during that time, it said as follows: Monthly income of 300 yen or more (★Advances of up to 3000yen may be granted) ⚫︎average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen. ★Pre-borrowing referred to an agreement in which money could be borrowed before you work.

  38. Me Me
    Me Me
    Dag geleden

    Good Job!

    1. 김소현
      김소현
      18 uur geleden

      To the far right Japanese friend who talked to me... The my reply didn't went you because I hung the link. So I've arranged the conversations we had. I am not good at English. I'm sorry about that point. I don't want to fight with the far right Japanese. The far right Japanese say "South Koreans, Chinese etc. are a liars", "Japan military sexual slavery is a prostitute". It hurts me. So I don't want to talk anymore. Some Japanese friends admit this and feel sorry. It really matters to us. The horrors of the Japanese military in Korea, China, Indonesia, Taiwanese, Philippines and Vietnam etc. should be judged by the keywords below. I am not going to reply any more. If you want to see the remaining historical material, please search it. It's up to you to judge. I know Japanese chief cabinet secretary Kono and some prime minister have apologized and tried to solve this problem. However, it is a matter of consistency and attitude. Japan's attitude changed whenever the Liberal Democratic Party politicians took power in Japan. Also, it still does not teach relevant history to Japanese children, and Japanese media ridicule Korea day after day. In addition, there is a separate "Korea hate section" in bookstores in Japan. Some Japanese saying "Japan military sexual slavery is the prostitute" in street parade. Of course, there were bad humans in Korea, and there may be cases where girls were abused. You want to believe it was mainstream? why don't you blame the Japanese army for their terrible deeds? Even after watching these videos, you don't blame the Japanese army until the end. And this issue should be approached as a matter of human rights ethics. I understand your love for your country because you are in Japan. However, they should admit and apologize so that such things will not happen again in the future. That's justice. The small material you bring is a small fragment of 35 years of sad history. In fact, it's natural for them to be rewarded. Because Japanese soldiers can't make them 14-year-old girls again. But they prioritize consistent apologies from the Japanese government before compensation. So '2015, the Japanese military sexual slavery agreement' refused. Because what is more important than compensation is the consistent apology and attitude of the Japanese government. North Korea also has the Japanese military sexual slavery survivor. She says needs the Japanese government compensation, not the private fund. That means first a proper apology from the Japanese government is needed. I'm sorry that there are no English subtitles. Of course the reason why they went there is also important. Any Korean adoptive father or anybody Korean who did wrong should be blamed in history. All of them. But only, Japanese accusations do not include the atrocities of the Japanese army. That makes me angry. Should I find more Japanese atrocities and show them? And do you affirm that there was no "human trafficking" or "false recruitment" of the Japanese army? - The document is a Japanese document from Japan and the Japanese military falsely recruited girls. Search key word1 : "위안부는 일본군 소속" 강제연행 문서 첫 공개 / YTN Search key word2 : 영상한국사 I 225 일본 ‘위안부’ 모집의 실상과 위안소 운영 방법 Search key word3 : 위안부 모집에 일본군 개입한 문서 찾았다 I also want to apologize to my Vietnamese friends as a Korean. For the first time in school, I heard In detail about the Korean army in the Vietnam War from my teacher. Since then, I have learned the horrors of the Vietnam War more deeply through many Korean media. Moon Jae-in, Roh Moo-hyun and Kim Dae-jung conveyed the mind of apology to Vietnam. but this is not enough. Victims should be prioritized. The Vietnam War is a battle in which Koreans participated in the war between the United States and Vietnam. Most Koreans acknowledge and apologize for the atrocities the Korean military committed in the Vietnam War. There are far-right groups in any country. They speak of the honor of the Korean military first about the Vietnam War. Of course, we cannot hate the Korean troops who participated in the war from the perspective of Koreans. But if they are bad for women and children's civilians, it should of course apologize and compensate. It's a separate matter. There are also people in Korea who naturally have opposing opinions. But the mainstream thinking that society is pursuing exists. I think most Korean thinking should apologize for the atrocities of the Vietnam War, and that is the universal values and lessons that mankind has to pursue through war..

    2. 김소현
      김소현
      18 uur geleden

      If you wonder why Koreans, Chinese, Indonesians, Malaysians, Vietnamese, Taiwanese, Filipino etc. are still angry? Pleases search the K.E.Y. W.O.R.D below on NLrock. It's up to you to judge. I don't speak English well. So I translate a few things and leave the same message here and there. So I feel sorry for giving inconvenience to others. But I feel that this is the only little thing I can do now. I don't risk my life for independence like my ancestors, but just a small reminder. However, I just hope that at least one person does not turn a blind eye to the truth by searching the keywords below. Using history as a mirror, we should develop. I just hope it is just and moderate. ★The present position of the Japanese government Search key word : Prime Minister Abe Shinzo’s Lies ★ A far-right Japanese that does not apologize and loathe to Koreans. Search key word : Japan's anti-Korean hate speech: British journalist's view ★ Japanese Military Sexual Slavery Search key word1 : Life As A “Comfort Woman”: Story of Kim Bok-Dong | STAY CURIOUS #9 Search key word2 : Japanese Military Sexual Slavery Search key word3 : 10 Worst Japanese War Crimes Search key word4 : Japanese soldiers killed comfort woman and ate her flesh Search key word5 : Japanese Military Sexual Violence Victims 일본군 성폭력 피해자 Search key word6 : Rape Sex Slaves & Comfort Women: Japanese Atrocities in Asia Search key word7 : Japanese Military Sex Slaves Search key word8 : Comfort Womens FOR jAPAN aRMY @@@@@ Search key word9 : Short Animation For Her - English ( Subtitles rework ) Search key word10 : China's last "comfort woman" suing Japan dies ★ North Korean woman : Japan military sexual slavery Search key word1 : [컬러복원버전] 만삭의 위안부 Search key word2 : 뉴스타파, '만삭의 위안부' 박영심 할머니 원본 영상과 인터뷰 공개 Search key word3 : 뉴스타파 목격자들 47회 “슬픈 귀향 1부 ‘북녘 할머니의 증언’” Search key word4 : Korean Comfort Women Video / KBS뉴스(News) ★Taiwanese woman : Japan military sexual slavery Search key word1 : JAPAN: TAIWANESE COMFORT WOMEN SUE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT Search key word1 : 二战台湾慰安妇 WW II Taiwanese Comfort Women ★ German woman : Japanese military sexual slavery Search key word : [이 시각 세계] "일본군, 동맹국 독일 여성들도 성노예로" (2020.11.13/뉴스투데이/MBC) ★ Dutch Australians woman : Japanese military sexual slavery Search key word1 : "Comfort Woman" survivor, Jan Ruff O'Herne on Talking Heads in 2009 Search key word2 : Japan's wartime atrocities: Japanese Army's Sex Slaves ★ Philippines woman : Japanese military sexual slavery Search key word1 : Philippines' WWII sex slaves demand justice from Japan Search key word2 : Ethelin Teo dressed as a boy for years to avoid becoming a "comfort woman" | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word3 : Meet Estelita Dy: A Filipino Comfort Woman Survivor | STAY CURIOUS #13 Search key word4 : FILIPINO COMFORT WOMEN || WHAT HAPPENED TO THEM DURING WORLD WAR 2 ★ Malaysia Survivors Interview Search key word1 : Ethelin Teo dressed as a boy for years to avoid becoming a "comfort woman" | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word2 : The Japanese Occupation of Kuala Lumpur, through the eyes of a survivor | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word3 : Pak Omar witnessed Japan's first major attack of WWII | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word4 : Yap Chwee Lan saved countless lives in her attic during WWII | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word5 : James Jeremiah survived Japan's WWII bombing of Penang | THE LAST SURVIVORS ★ The Women Who Used Tattoos to Save Themselves From Sexual Slavery (Full Length) Search key word : The Women Who Used Tattoos to Save Themselves From Sexual Slavery (Full Length) ★ The document is a Japanese document from Japan and the Japanese military falsely recruited girls. Search key word1 : "위안부는 일본군 소속" 강제연행 문서 첫 공개 / YTN Search key word2 : 영상한국사 I 225 일본 ‘위안부’ 모집의 실상과 위안소 운영 방법 Search key word3 : 위안부 모집에 일본군 개입한 문서 찾았다 ★ Unit 731 Search key word1 : Japanese World War II veterans recall horrors of Unit 731 Search key word2 : The Horrors of Unit 731 Search key word3 : UNIT 731 & The Devil's Doctors - Beyond The Dark #2 Search key word4 : Why Japan's UNIT 731 Made the SS Look NICE Search key word5 : ZDF documentary on Unit 731 Search key word6 : NIT 731 - Harbin museum ★ Hashima Island Search key word1 : The dark history of conscription and forced labor behind Japan's Hashima Island Search key word2 : 4 Angles-The Truth of Hashima Island Search key word3 : 【TVPP】HaHa - Finding hajima Island victims cemetery Search key word4 : [무한 도전] 무한 도전-하하, '하시 마섬'방문 조부모 생존자 이야기 20150912 Search key word5 : [Infinite Challenge] 무한도전 - Haha, A heartbreaking story of the 'Hashima Island' 20150912 ★ The Kanto Massacre Search key word1 : 너무나도 끔찍한 일제의 관동대지진 조선인 학살 사건 Search key word2 : Japan's State Crime - Kanto Massacre of Koreans by Japanese Imperialists Search key word3 : [4 Angles] The Great Kanto Earthquake and Massacre of Ethnic Koreans in Japan Search key word4 : 4 Angles-The Great Kanto Earthquake and Massacre of Ethnic Koreans in Japan 관동 Search key word5 : Arirang Special - M60Ep224C02 Massacre conducted by the Japanese Governmen Search key word6 : Arirang Special - M60Ep224C01 The Kanto Earthquake of 1923 ★ The Nanjing Massacre Search key word1 : The Nanking Massacre | Documentary Search key word2 : THE NANJING MASSACRE - DOCUMENTARY OF THE RAPE OF NANKING Search key word3 : Extremely rare evidence of Nanjing Massacre filmed by US pastor in 1937 Search key word4 : Rape in Nanking Words from WWII Japanese Soldiers ★ Japan's atrocities on the American island of Tinian Search key word1 : WWII in Color-Battle of Tinian Search key word2 : WW II : RARE COLOR FILM : SAIPAN AND MARIANAS

    3. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      Dag geleden

      Kim is lying!!! 😄😄😄😄😄

    4. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      Try Googling “comfort women newspaper advertisements, you will find many ads placed by Korean comfort station owners. A recruitment advertisement for comfort women by a private company called “Imai Introductory Service” (Korean owner) in a newspaper during that time, it said as follows: Monthly income of 300 yen or more (★Advances of up to 3000yen may be granted) ⚫︎average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen. ★Pre-borrowing referred to an agreement in which money could be borrowed before you work.

  39. Montana Dutton
    Montana Dutton
    Dag geleden

    Why thumbs down? Uncomfortably true

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      Dag geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      A recruit advertisement for comfort women by Korean comfort station owner in the Gyeongseong Ilbo, Korea Recruitment of comfort women (urgently) Age: 17 to 30 years old Place of work: comfort women in the rear of the XX unit (comfort club) Monthly salary : 300 won or more 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. in person for consultation Kimjing Introduction Agency (Kim) Is this really coercion and sexual slavery? In every cases, it was the Koreans who recruited the comfort women. The average monthly wage at that time was about 40 yen.

  40. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    Dag geleden

    Dutch government officially announced that “Dutch government regards the Comfort women system primarily as pros**tution.” 1994

    1. Rosemary [US-CT]
      Rosemary [US-CT]
      18 uur geleden

      you just cant shut up, can u. unbelievable

  41. Maelle Gauchotte
    Maelle Gauchotte
    2 dagen geleden

    Quel chance de pouvoir regarder un témoignage aussi édifiant, Merci à cette dame pour son courage et sa résilience

    1. 김소현
      김소현
      18 uur geleden

      To the far right Japanese friend who talked to me... The my reply didn't went you because I hung the link. So I've arranged the conversations we had. I am not good at English. I'm sorry about that point. I don't want to fight with the far right Japanese. The far right Japanese say "South Koreans, Chinese etc. are a liars", "Japan military sexual slavery is a prostitute". It hurts me. So I don't want to talk anymore. Some Japanese friends admit this and feel sorry. It really matters to us. The horrors of the Japanese military in Korea, China, Indonesia, Taiwanese, Philippines and Vietnam etc. should be judged by the keywords below. I am not going to reply any more. If you want to see the remaining historical material, please search it. It's up to you to judge. I know Japanese chief cabinet secretary Kono and some prime minister have apologized and tried to solve this problem. However, it is a matter of consistency and attitude. Japan's attitude changed whenever the Liberal Democratic Party politicians took power in Japan. Also, it still does not teach relevant history to Japanese children, and Japanese media ridicule Korea day after day. In addition, there is a separate "Korea hate section" in bookstores in Japan. Some Japanese saying "Japan military sexual slavery is the prostitute" in street parade. Of course, there were bad humans in Korea, and there may be cases where girls were abused. You want to believe it was mainstream? why don't you blame the Japanese army for their terrible deeds? Even after watching these videos, you don't blame the Japanese army until the end. And this issue should be approached as a matter of human rights ethics. I understand your love for your country because you are in Japan. However, they should admit and apologize so that such things will not happen again in the future. That's justice. The small material you bring is a small fragment of 35 years of sad history. In fact, it's natural for them to be rewarded. Because Japanese soldiers can't make them 14-year-old girls again. But they prioritize consistent apologies from the Japanese government before compensation. So '2015, the Japanese military sexual slavery agreement' refused. Because what is more important than compensation is the consistent apology and attitude of the Japanese government. North Korea also has the Japanese military sexual slavery survivor. She says needs the Japanese government compensation, not the private fund. That means first a proper apology from the Japanese government is needed. I'm sorry that there are no English subtitles. Of course the reason why they went there is also important. Any Korean adoptive father or anybody Korean who did wrong should be blamed in history. All of them. But only, Japanese accusations do not include the atrocities of the Japanese army. That makes me angry. Should I find more Japanese atrocities and show them? And do you affirm that there was no "human trafficking" or "false recruitment" of the Japanese army? - The document is a Japanese document from Japan and the Japanese military falsely recruited girls. Search key word1 : "위안부는 일본군 소속" 강제연행 문서 첫 공개 / YTN Search key word2 : 영상한국사 I 225 일본 ‘위안부’ 모집의 실상과 위안소 운영 방법 Search key word3 : 위안부 모집에 일본군 개입한 문서 찾았다 I also want to apologize to my Vietnamese friends as a Korean. For the first time in school, I heard In detail about the Korean army in the Vietnam War from my teacher. Since then, I have learned the horrors of the Vietnam War more deeply through many Korean media. Moon Jae-in, Roh Moo-hyun and Kim Dae-jung conveyed the mind of apology to Vietnam. but this is not enough. Victims should be prioritized. The Vietnam War is a battle in which Koreans participated in the war between the United States and Vietnam. Most Koreans acknowledge and apologize for the atrocities the Korean military committed in the Vietnam War. There are far-right groups in any country. They speak of the honor of the Korean military first about the Vietnam War. Of course, we cannot hate the Korean troops who participated in the war from the perspective of Koreans. But if they are bad for women and children's civilians, it should of course apologize and compensate. It's a separate matter. There are also people in Korea who naturally have opposing opinions. But the mainstream thinking that society is pursuing exists. I think most Korean thinking should apologize for the atrocities of the Vietnam War, and that is the universal values and lessons that mankind has to pursue through war..

    2. 김소현
      김소현
      18 uur geleden

      If you wonder why Koreans, Chinese, Indonesians, Malaysians, Vietnamese, Taiwanese, Filipino etc. are still angry? Pleases search the K.E.Y. W.O.R.D below on NLrock. It's up to you to judge. I don't speak English well. So I translate a few things and leave the same message here and there. So I feel sorry for giving inconvenience to others. But I feel that this is the only little thing I can do now. I don't risk my life for independence like my ancestors, but just a small reminder. However, I just hope that at least one person does not turn a blind eye to the truth by searching the keywords below. Using history as a mirror, we should develop. I just hope it is just and moderate. ★The present position of the Japanese government Search key word : Prime Minister Abe Shinzo’s Lies ★ A far-right Japanese that does not apologize and loathe to Koreans. Search key word : Japan's anti-Korean hate speech: British journalist's view ★ Japanese Military Sexual Slavery Search key word1 : Life As A “Comfort Woman”: Story of Kim Bok-Dong | STAY CURIOUS #9 Search key word2 : Japanese Military Sexual Slavery Search key word3 : 10 Worst Japanese War Crimes Search key word4 : Japanese soldiers killed comfort woman and ate her flesh Search key word5 : Japanese Military Sexual Violence Victims 일본군 성폭력 피해자 Search key word6 : Rape Sex Slaves & Comfort Women: Japanese Atrocities in Asia Search key word7 : Japanese Military Sex Slaves Search key word8 : Comfort Womens FOR jAPAN aRMY @@@@@ Search key word9 : Short Animation For Her - English ( Subtitles rework ) Search key word10 : China's last "comfort woman" suing Japan dies ★ North Korean woman : Japan military sexual slavery Search key word1 : [컬러복원버전] 만삭의 위안부 Search key word2 : 뉴스타파, '만삭의 위안부' 박영심 할머니 원본 영상과 인터뷰 공개 Search key word3 : 뉴스타파 목격자들 47회 “슬픈 귀향 1부 ‘북녘 할머니의 증언’” Search key word4 : Korean Comfort Women Video / KBS뉴스(News) ★Taiwanese woman : Japan military sexual slavery Search key word1 : JAPAN: TAIWANESE COMFORT WOMEN SUE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT Search key word1 : 二战台湾慰安妇 WW II Taiwanese Comfort Women ★ German woman : Japanese military sexual slavery Search key word : [이 시각 세계] "일본군, 동맹국 독일 여성들도 성노예로" (2020.11.13/뉴스투데이/MBC) ★ Dutch Australians woman : Japanese military sexual slavery Search key word1 : "Comfort Woman" survivor, Jan Ruff O'Herne on Talking Heads in 2009 Search key word2 : Japan's wartime atrocities: Japanese Army's Sex Slaves ★ Philippines woman : Japanese military sexual slavery Search key word1 : Philippines' WWII sex slaves demand justice from Japan Search key word2 : Ethelin Teo dressed as a boy for years to avoid becoming a "comfort woman" | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word3 : Meet Estelita Dy: A Filipino Comfort Woman Survivor | STAY CURIOUS #13 Search key word4 : FILIPINO COMFORT WOMEN || WHAT HAPPENED TO THEM DURING WORLD WAR 2 ★ Malaysia Survivors Interview Search key word1 : Ethelin Teo dressed as a boy for years to avoid becoming a "comfort woman" | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word2 : The Japanese Occupation of Kuala Lumpur, through the eyes of a survivor | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word3 : Pak Omar witnessed Japan's first major attack of WWII | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word4 : Yap Chwee Lan saved countless lives in her attic during WWII | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word5 : James Jeremiah survived Japan's WWII bombing of Penang | THE LAST SURVIVORS ★ The Women Who Used Tattoos to Save Themselves From Sexual Slavery (Full Length) Search key word : The Women Who Used Tattoos to Save Themselves From Sexual Slavery (Full Length) ★ The document is a Japanese document from Japan and the Japanese military falsely recruited girls. Search key word1 : "위안부는 일본군 소속" 강제연행 문서 첫 공개 / YTN Search key word2 : 영상한국사 I 225 일본 ‘위안부’ 모집의 실상과 위안소 운영 방법 Search key word3 : 위안부 모집에 일본군 개입한 문서 찾았다 ★ Unit 731 Search key word1 : Japanese World War II veterans recall horrors of Unit 731 Search key word2 : The Horrors of Unit 731 Search key word3 : UNIT 731 & The Devil's Doctors - Beyond The Dark #2 Search key word4 : Why Japan's UNIT 731 Made the SS Look NICE Search key word5 : ZDF documentary on Unit 731 Search key word6 : NIT 731 - Harbin museum ★ Hashima Island Search key word1 : The dark history of conscription and forced labor behind Japan's Hashima Island Search key word2 : 4 Angles-The Truth of Hashima Island Search key word3 : 【TVPP】HaHa - Finding hajima Island victims cemetery Search key word4 : [무한 도전] 무한 도전-하하, '하시 마섬'방문 조부모 생존자 이야기 20150912 Search key word5 : [Infinite Challenge] 무한도전 - Haha, A heartbreaking story of the 'Hashima Island' 20150912 ★ The Kanto Massacre Search key word1 : 너무나도 끔찍한 일제의 관동대지진 조선인 학살 사건 Search key word2 : Japan's State Crime - Kanto Massacre of Koreans by Japanese Imperialists Search key word3 : [4 Angles] The Great Kanto Earthquake and Massacre of Ethnic Koreans in Japan Search key word4 : 4 Angles-The Great Kanto Earthquake and Massacre of Ethnic Koreans in Japan 관동 Search key word5 : Arirang Special - M60Ep224C02 Massacre conducted by the Japanese Governmen Search key word6 : Arirang Special - M60Ep224C01 The Kanto Earthquake of 1923 ★ The Nanjing Massacre Search key word1 : The Nanking Massacre | Documentary Search key word2 : THE NANJING MASSACRE - DOCUMENTARY OF THE RAPE OF NANKING Search key word3 : Extremely rare evidence of Nanjing Massacre filmed by US pastor in 1937 Search key word4 : Rape in Nanking Words from WWII Japanese Soldiers ★ Japan's atrocities on the American island of Tinian Search key word1 : WWII in Color-Battle of Tinian Search key word2 : WW II : RARE COLOR FILM : SAIPAN AND MARIANAS

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      Kao rin
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      [Diario escrito por un trabajador coreano en los prostíbulos de Birmania, hallado en Singapur]. El diario escrito por un coreano que trabajaba en burdeles de guerra en Birmania, que ha sido encontrado en Corea del Sur. SEÚL -- Recientemente se ha encontrado un diario escrito por un coreano que trabajaba en burdeles de guerra en Birmania (actual Myanmar) y Singapur durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, un descubrimiento que podría arrojar luz sobre la verdad del papel del Ejército Imperial Japonés en los controvertidos puestos de confort para los soldados japoneses. El coreano participó en el "4º cuerpo de confort" que salió del puerto de Busan, en la península de Corea, en 1942. Regresó a casa a finales de 1944. Su diario es el primero de este tipo que se encuentra en Japón, Corea del Sur y otros países. Sobre la cuestión de las llamadas "mujeres de confort" para el Ejército Imperial Japonés durante la guerra, muchos de los testimonios se hicieron varias décadas después del final de la guerra. El diario escrito por el coreano - una tercera persona que había presenciado realmente los burdeles de la guerra - es un material importante para allanar el camino hacia un debate sosegado sobre el espinoso asunto. El diario fue descubierto por Ahn Byong Jik, profesor emérito de la Universidad de Seúl, especializado en la historia económica moderna de Corea y conocedor del tema de las mujeres de solaz. Un museo de los suburbios de Seúl encontró el diario y otros materiales en una librería de segunda mano hace unos 10 años. Ahn encontró el diario mientras revisaba el material. El diario fue escrito por un hombre de Kyongsang-namdo, en el oeste de la península coreana, mientras trabajaba en los burdeles de la guerra entre 1943 y 1944. Estaba escrito en caracteres chinos, katakana y alfabetos coreanos. El hombre nació en 1905 y murió en 1979. Su diario, escrito entre 1922 y 1957, puede verse hoy en día. En el diario, el hombre escribió el 10 de julio de 1943: "El año pasado, por estas fechas, subí a un barco en el muelle de Busan y di el primer paso en el viaje hacia el sur". El 6 de abril de 1944, escribió: "Cuando un escuadrón de confort salió de Busan hace dos años, el Sr. Tsumura que vino como jefe del cuarto cuerpo de confort estaba trabajando (en un mercado)". Un informe de investigación recopilado en noviembre de 1945 por soldados estadounidenses que interrogaron a los directores de los puestos de confort atrapados en Birmania dice que 703 mujeres de confort y unos 90 operadores de negocios salieron del puerto de Busan el 10 de julio de 1942. La exactitud de su diario está respaldada por el hecho de que la fecha de su salida es la misma. Ahn dice: "Es seguro que los registros recopilados por el ejército estadounidense se refieren al cuarto cuerpo de confort". Frente a la opinión generalizada en Corea del Sur de que las mujeres de solaz fueron reclutadas a la fuerza por el ejército y la policía japoneses, Ahn dice: "Las mujeres de solaz fueron reclutadas por operadores comerciales en Corea, y no hubo necesidad de que los militares las secuestraran". En el diario, el hombre se refirió a las relaciones entre las estaciones de confort, las mujeres de confort y los militares. Escribió el 19 de julio de 1943: "Dos estaciones de confort que pertenecen a un cuerpo aéreo fueron entregadas al comando de logística". El 29 de julio de 1943, escribió: "He oído que Haruyo e Hiroko, que habían abandonado (un puesto de confort) para tener relaciones conyugales (con sus maridos), volvieron a Kinseikan como mujeres de confort". El hombre coreano también escribió en su diario el 13 de agosto de 1943: "Las mujeres de confort fueron a ver una película, diciendo que el cuerpo de ferrocarriles iba a poner una película". Escribió el 27 de octubre de 1944: "Una mujer de solaz me pidió que le remitiera 600 yenes, así que retiré su depósito y lo envié desde una oficina central de correos". El propio autor del diario ganó 43.000 yenes en dos años, una suma enorme si se tiene en cuenta que el salario medio mensual de un trabajador durante ese periodo de tiempo era de sólo 40 yenes. El autor dirigió un huerto después de volver a casa, y también formó parte de la junta directiva de una escuela primaria privada.

    4. Pale Blue
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      Malheureusement, son histoire est pleine de mensonges!!

    5. Kao rin
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      Les témoignages des anciennes femmes de réconfort sont incohérents car elles ont été coachées par l'organisation d'extrême gauche. ⚫︎Dans un entretien avec le professeur Chunghee Sarah Soh de l'université d'État de San Francisco, une ancienne femme de réconfort coréenne, Kim Sun-ok, a déclaré avoir été vendue par ses parents à quatre reprises. Pourtant, elle a témoigné devant la rapporteuse spéciale de l'ONU Radhika Coomaraswamy qu'elle a été abd*ucted par les militaires japonais. ⚫︎ Dans une interview avec le professeur Park de l'université Sejong en Corée du Sud, une ancienne femme de réconfort coréenne, Bae Chun-hee, a déclaré qu'elle détestait son père qui l'avait vendue. Elle a déclaré que les hommes qui recrutaient des Coréennes et exploitaient des postes de réconfort étaient "TOUS CORÉENS", et que les Coréennes qui ont témoigné devant le rapporteur spécial de l'ONU ont menti au nom du Conseil coréen. ⚫︎Une ancienne femme de réconfort coréenne, Mun Oku-chu, a déclaré dans ses mémoires : "J'ai été recrutée par un propriétaire de poste de confort coréen. J'ai économisé une somme d'argent considérable grâce aux pourboires, alors j'ai ouvert un compte d'épargne. Je n'arrivais pas à croire que je pouvais avoir autant d'argent sur mon compte d'épargne. Une de mes amies collectionnait de nombreux bijoux, alors je suis allée acheter un diamant. Je suis souvent allée voir des films japonais et des pièces de Kabuki dont les acteurs venaient du Japon continental. Je suis devenue une femme populaire à Rangoon. Il y avait beaucoup plus d'officiers à Rangoon que près des lignes de front, alors j'étais invitée à de nombreuses fêtes. Je chantais des chansons lors des fêtes et recevais beaucoup de pourboires. Je portais une paire de talons hauts, un manteau vert et un sac à main en cuir d'alligator. Je me baladais dans une robe à la mode. Personne en ville ne pouvait deviner que j'étais une femme de confort. Je me sentais très heureuse et fière. J'ai reçu la permission de rentrer chez moi, mais je ne voulais pas retourner en Corée. Je voulais rester à Rangoon." Selon le professeur Ahn Byong Jik de l'université de Séoul, Mun Oku-chu a continué à travailler comme prostituée en Corée après la guerre. Pourtant, elle a témoigné devant la rapporteuse spéciale de l'ONU Radhika Coomaraswamy qu'elle avait été enlevée par l'armée japonaise. ⚫︎ Dans une interview accordée au journal coréen The Hankyoreh (l'article a été publié le 15 mai 1991), une ancienne femme de réconfort coréenne, Kim Hak-sun, a déclaré qu'elle avait été vendue par sa mère. En 1993, Kim Hak-sun a déclaré au professeur Ahn Byong Jik de l'université de Séoul : "Ma mère m'a envoyée suivre une formation de Kiseng à Pyongyang et m'a ensuite vendue." Pourtant, elle a témoigné devant le rapporteur spécial des Nations unies, Radhika Coomaraswamy, qu'elle avait été enlevée par l'armée japonaise. ⚫︎ En 1993, une ancienne femme de réconfort coréenne, Kim Gun-ja, a déclaré au professeur Ahn Byong Jik de l'université de Séoul : "J'ai été vendue par mon père adoptif." Pourtant, elle a témoigné devant le rapporteur spécial de l'ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, qu'elle avait été enlevée par l'armée japonaise. Kim Gun-ja a également témoigné devant la commission des affaires étrangères de la Chambre des représentants des États-Unis en 2007 et a déclaré avoir été enlevée par l'armée japonaise. ⚫︎ En 1993, une ancienne femme de réconfort coréenne, Lee Yong-soo, a déclaré au professeur Ahn Byong Jik de l'université de Séoul : "À l'époque, j'étais vêtue de façon minable et misérable. Le jour où j'ai quitté la maison avec mon ami Kim Pun-sun sans prévenir ma mère, je portais une jupe noire, une chemise en coton et des sabots en bois aux pieds. Vous ne savez pas à quel point j'étais heureuse quand j'ai reçu une robe rouge et une paire de chaussures en cuir d'un recruteur coréen." Pourtant, elle a témoigné devant le rapporteur spécial des Nations unies, Radhika Coomaraswamy, qu'elle avait été enlevée par l'armée japonaise. Lee Yong-soo a également témoigné devant la commission des affaires étrangères de la Chambre des représentants des États-Unis en 2007. On lui a dit qu'elle avait cinq minutes pour parler. Elle n'a pas tenu compte de cette instruction et a continué pendant plus d'une heure à pleurer et à crier. Son faux témoignage a entraîné l'adoption de la résolution 121 de la Chambre des représentants des États-Unis. En 2017, Lee Yong-soo a fait de faux témoignages devant le conseil municipal de San Francisco, ce qui a entraîné l'érection d'une statue de femmes de réconfort dans cette ville. ⚫︎ Selon le professeur Chunghee Sarah Soh de l'université d'État de San Francisco, une ancienne femme de réconfort coréenne, Moon Pil-ki, a été recrutée par l'agent d'un propriétaire de poste de réconfort coréen et emmenée en Mandchourie avec quatre autres femmes. Pourtant, elle a témoigné devant la rapporteuse spéciale de l'ONU Radhika Coomaraswamy qu'elle avait été enlevée par l'armée japonaise. ⚫︎ En 1993, une ancienne femme de réconfort coréenne, Kil Won-ok, a déclaré au professeur Ahn Byong Jik de l'université de Séoul : "J'ai été vendue par mes parents." Pourtant, elle a témoigné devant le rapporteur spécial de l'ONU, Radhika Coomaraswamy, qu'elle avait été enlevée par l'armée japonaise. ⚫︎ Selon plusieurs témoins, le Conseil coréen (groupe militant pro-Nord) a coaché les femmes pour qu'elles disent "J'ai été enlevée par l'armée japonaise." Le professeur Ahn Byong Jik de l'université de Séoul déclare : "Lorsque j'ai interrogé d'anciennes femmes de réconfort au début des années 1990, aucune d'entre elles n'avait de mauvaises choses à dire sur l'armée japonaise. Elles détestaient leurs parents qui les avaient vendues et les propriétaires de postes de réconfort coréens qui les avaient maltraitées. Mais après que le Conseil coréen les a mises dans ses rangs, leurs témoignages avaient complètement changé." ⚫︎ Une ancienne femme de réconfort coréenne, Sim Mi-ja, qui a refusé de faire partie du personnel du Conseil coréen, a déclaré : "Les femmes coréennes, qui ont témoigné devant le rapporteur spécial des Nations unies, ont menti au nom du Conseil coréen. Ce sont des escrocs"

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    Kao rin
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    -Coaching comfort women and stage-managing testimonies at the UN Tachi saw one other important thing during the UN conference. When she got lost and was wandering through the huge building where the meeting was taking place, she stumbled upon a room where people were gathering. Here, former comfort women who were testifying on a stage were being prompted and trained on how to deliver their lines. Unsurprisingly, the people who were stage-managing the whole operation were Japanese women (activists close tie with communists). In this manner, the former comfort women were being trained as living witnesses to serve the movement.

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      And that's a bad thing??? Some women after going through such horrific trauma as repeated rape, they don't know how to express their pain in a public forum, have you ever sat down with a woman/women who have been raped, and in this case [comfort woman] repeatedly raped. Those victims are their own witnesses to the crime at hand, and yes some do have to be trained how to speak in a public forum before hundreds if not thousands of people and many of them "MEN" that in itself would be a trigger for those victims and with a camera videoing all of it. Do you really think it's easy standing before a huge audience to tell their story of being raped. They have been traumatised repeatedly at the time of the vicious raping; traumatised again when they return home from fear of telling their families; traumatised again when Japan refuses to take responsibility of their disgusting actions of the military; from a young age into adulthood approximately 50 - 70 years of being traumatised; did you not hear Madame Kim Bok-Dong say, ".......whenever I have to talk about this over and over I'm heart broken beyond belief". Why does she have to speak about it because the damn Japanese government refuse to take responsibility, her own government ignore their cries of hurt and pain. It doesn't matter if the women coaching them were Japanese, activists or whatever the fact of the matter is those traumatised victims had a voice after soooooooooo damn long. BUT WHO'S LISTENING TO THEIR VOICES, TO THEIR HEARTS, TO THEIR PAIN & HURT AND MORE IMPORTANTLY WHO IS DOING SOMETHING ABOUT IT!!!!!!! Those Japanese women who are training the victims so their voices are heard!!!!

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    Kao rin
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    The Fabrication and Spread of the “Comfort Women = Sex Slaves” Theory Totsuka Etsuro: The author of the “sex slave” concept The man who first proposed to the United Nations that the comfort women be referred to as “sex slaves” was the Japanese human rights lawyer Totsuka Etsuro(CCP’s lobbyist) Totsuka brought up the term “sex slave” before the UN Commission on Human Rights, and before long UN bodies had accordingly defined the comfort women as being “sex slaves”. The idea that the comfort women were sex slaves did not arise from the findings of any empirical investigation, nor was it conceptualized on the basis of any facts. Totsuka said that the idea of adopting the term “sex slaves” simply popped into his mind one day. According to Fujiki, when Totsuka was asked about how he came up with the term “sex slaves”, he said, “I had a hunch! It was intuition!” He then continued as follows: “It’s amazing, isn’t it? I had been frequenting the United Nations for thirty-four years. During that time, I submitted over twenty motions to discuss instances of Japanese human rights violations and delivered statements on them here, but not one was taken up. And yet, in 1992, when I reframed the comfort women as being sex slaves, the UN commissioners were glued to my every word. So you see, it’s incredible, isn’t it?”

    1. Kao rin
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      Many Koreans who had been living in Japan for a long time before the war were also killed by the atomic bombs, but can you say that they deserved to be bombed too?

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
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      Google “Futsukaichi Rest Home” Japanese government apologized and paid huge amounts of compensation to the former wartime pros**tutes but Korean government never has apologized to the Japanese rape victims.

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      Korean newspaper Donga Ilbo on August 31, 1939. It says, "About 100 Korean women were abd*ucted by Korean comfort station owners' agents but were rescued by Japanese policemen." There are dozens of reports like this.

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      stop spatting out propaganda you bot, japan desrved those nukes for raping ever city they came across

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    Dutch government officially announced that “Dutch government regards the Comfort women system primarily as pros**tution.” 1994 -

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    Kao rin
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    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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. ⚫︎ 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"

  46. Kao rin
    Kao rin
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    The price of the comfort women statue is $30000 Mini comfort women statue is $25 The statue is sold by Korean council, which is famous for fundraising scam, and they make a huge profit together with the creator of the statue. Surprisingly, the organisation only spends 2.3% of its profits on comfort women, and there have been reports of abuse, including mental and physical punishment, of comfort women in its facilities. This organisation is not really working for justice for the comfort women, and if the problem is solved, they will not be able to make any money. So, no matter how much Japan apologises or compensates, they try to prevent the issue from being resolved.

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    Pale Blue
    2 dagen geleden

    ⬛ Complete ignore is the best attack against a malicious stalker. ⬛ That's why now the Japanese government is completely ignoring the South Korean government!!! 😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😄

  48. Caroline Cholmodeley
    Caroline Cholmodeley
    2 dagen geleden

    …Furthermore I commented on this, yet another accused me of not knowing the facts ! I would then ask for anyone whom knows otherwise to please comment on this and educate us all ! I will in time look at this issue further . Although we all know women and children have been oppressed and failed for centuries !

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      She’s lying SK is still the second largest exporter of pros**tution in the world after Venezuela. And it has a history of sending tens of thousands of young girls to China as tribute for hundreds of years. And even after the Japanese left, there was the state-sponsored U.S. military comfort women system. 1.5 million young women praised by the government as heroes for earning U.S. dollars. They were called Yankee Princesses or Class V Supplies and were transported in drums in the back of trucks, and Kim Hak-sun, the first comfort woman to come forward, sued the Japanese government for "unpaid wages". The Korean courts have ruled that the comfort women issue is a domestic matter. Korea should abide by the agreement and treaty!

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      If Koreans thoght the Japanese comfort women system was so bad, why did the Korean Government set up a similar 'comfort women' system for US/UN soldiers after the Japanese left Korea? Between the end of the Korean War and the early 1990s, more than one and half million SK women were caught up in a state-controlled pros**tution (comfort women) industry that was blessed at the highest levels by the U.S. military.

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      The Fabrication and Spread of the “Comfort Women = Sex Slaves” Theory Totsuka Etsuro: The author of the “sex slave” concept The man who first proposed to the United Nations that the comfort women be referred to as “sex slaves” was the Japanese human rights lawyer Totsuka Etsuro(CCP’s lobbyist) Totsuka brought up the term “sex slave” before the UN Commission on Human Rights, and before long UN bodies had accordingly defined the comfort women as being “sex slaves”. The idea that the comfort women were sex slaves did not arise from the findings of any empirical investigation, nor was it conceptualized on the basis of any facts. Totsuka said that the idea of adopting the term “sex slaves” simply popped into his mind one day. According to Fujiki, when Totsuka was asked about how he came up with the term “sex slaves”, he said, “I had a hunch! It was intuition!” He then continued as follows: “It’s amazing, isn’t it? I had been frequenting the United Nations for thirty-four years. During that time, I submitted over twenty motions to discuss instances of Japanese human rights violations and delivered statements on them here, but not one was taken up. And yet, in 1992, when I reframed the comfort women as being sex slaves, the UN commissioners were glued to my every word. So you see, it’s incredible, isn’t it?”

    4. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      -Coaching comfort women and stage-managing testimonies at the UN Tachi saw one other important thing during the UN conference. When she got lost and was wandering through the huge building where the meeting was taking place, she stumbled upon a room where people were gathering. Here, former comfort women who were testifying on a stage were being prompted and trained on how to deliver their lines. Unsurprisingly, the people who were stage-managing the whole operation were Japanese women (activists close tie with communists). In this manner, the former comfort women were being trained as living witnesses to serve the movement.

    5. Caroline Cholmodeley
      Caroline Cholmodeley
      2 dagen geleden

      @Syttu lol thank you again . 🥰

  49. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    2 dagen geleden

    ★ Most viewers don't know anything about 30 years of international negotiations on the comfort women issue. This very malicious scam video also does not explain the international negotiations of the Japanese government at all on purpose. So, I will explain the response of the Japanese government to the former comfort women in Asia from the beginning. ★ Do you know the Asian Women's Fund?? It was a fund set up by the Japanese government in July 1995 to distribute monetary compensation with apologies to former comfort women in South Korea, the Philippine, Taiwan, the Netherlands, and Indonesia. Approximately ¥600 million ($5 million) was donated by the Japanese people and a total of ¥4.8 billion ($40 million) was provided by the Japanese government. ★ Each survivor of former comfort women was provided with a letter of apology signed from the Japanese Prime Minister, stating “As Prime Minister of Japan, I thus extend anew my most sincere apologies and remorse to all the women who underwent immeasurable and painful experiences and suffered incurable physical and psychological wound as comfort women.” The fund provided support to 61 South Korean women, 211 Filipino women, 13 Taiwanese women and 79 Netherlands women, and the balance was used to fund medical and welfare supporting projects in each country. In addition, there was no offer from the Indonesian former comfort women. The fund was dissolved on March 31, 2007, after ending all operations. ★ However, at that time, only some rebellious South Korean women including Kim Bok-Dong in this video categorically rejected and stubbornly abandoned apology letters and funding from Japan at their own will, and they still persistently continued to protest even after the dissolution of the fund. ★ For this reason, on December 28, 2015 after long and difficult negotiations, the Japanese government and the South Korean government agreed on a final and irreversible solution on the comfort women issue. The content is that the Japanese government will contribute 1 billion yen to the foundation established by the South Korean government to support former comfort women, and the two countries will cooperate. At the joint press conference of this agreement, the Japanese government formally apologized again. ★ With this final and irreversible agreement, the comfort women issue in Asia has been completely resolved.

  50. Roses & Raspberries
    Roses & Raspberries
    2 dagen geleden

    OMG this had me crying my eyes out. All I can say is God bless her 🍃🌹🍃🙏🏼

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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.”

    2. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

  51. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    2 dagen geleden

    ⬛ Japanese historians know well the lies of former Korean comfort women. At that time, the Japanese military never abducted Korean women. However, it is true that they worked in comfort stations, so the Japanese government apologized and compensated in 2015. ⬛ But think twice. They were making money. Why does the Japanese government have to apologize?? At that time, many of the comfort women were Japanese. Former Japanese comfort women have received no apology or no compensation from the Japanese government even now. Because, all the comfort women were merely making money actually. ⬛ Why did the Japanese government have to apologize to only Korean women?? ★★★ The reason is that Korean women lied that they were abducted by the Japanese military!!! 😠😠😠😠😠😠

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      @Nom De Plume @Nom De Plume Well, well, well. The liar like Kim Bok-Dong has shown up again!! It is true that there were many incidents at that time where Korean prostitution brokers cheated Korean women and send them to brothels. Those incidents were completely unrelated to the Japanese military!! Cunning lies don't work!!! 😄😄😄😄😄😄

    2. Nom De Plume
      Nom De Plume
      2 dagen geleden

      Then pls tell me why my great grandfather saw korean women being held captive as comfort women?? Hes one that put them on the refugee boats. He saw it with his own fcking eyes. He spoke about it before it was even made public. He wrote a letter to my great gma in 1946 about it. Id be happy to show you

  52. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    2 dagen geleden

    👹 This is an international evil fraud case!!! 😲😲😲😲😲 👹 There was no clear evidence at all, and the lie testimony alone suddenly made an apology request and a claim for huge compensation money to the Japanese government since 1990s!!! 😨😨😨😨😨 👹 Yeah, everything is a very very dirty conspiracy!!! 😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡

  53. Astherielle Mercadejas
    Astherielle Mercadejas
    2 dagen geleden

    This "Kao rin" i see in this cs disgust me sm. going around, spamming at every comment just to defend the sinisters of japan did to many countries. let me tell u no matter what pieces u give out, u cannot change the horrors of what japan left to history! NOTHING COULD COMPENSATE THAT. so pls if u can't empathize, at least don't invalidate these ppls experiences. u're lucky enough u won't experience what these poor women went through!!!

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      Try Googling “comfort women newspaper advertisements, you will find many ads placed by Korean comfort station owners. A recruitment advertisement for comfort women by a private company called “Imai Introductory Service” (Korean owner) in a newspaper during that time, it said as follows: Monthly income of 300 yen or more (★Advances of up to 3000yen may be granted) ⚫︎average monthly worker’s salary during that period of time was just 40 yen. ★Pre-borrowing referred to an agreement in which money could be borrowed before you work.

    2. Astherielle Mercadejas
      Astherielle Mercadejas
      2 dagen geleden

      @Pale Blue no. self-entitled ppl like u should leave. if u're well-informed enough then good for u, you'd feel like u know every fact but the most important thing is missing. and that's empathy and humanity. go on tell ppl how ignorant they are for feeling for victims and believing for "DiStoRteD fAcTs" when in fact it all comes down to japan's greed of power. no matter what agreement or fcking information u present to us, nothing could justify jp soldiers' rape and their slavery to countries in history. u arguing w me using those proves sm what kind of person u are.

    3. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      @Syttu @Syttu Aw, an abnormal person here again!! Can you explain exactly about the Asian Women's Fund?? Ignorant viewers like you should leave silently!!

    4. Syttu
      Syttu
      2 dagen geleden

      I know Astherielle, its also sad to see obnoxious spammers seeding nothing but discord in this comment section, please do the right thing and block and report those users.

    5. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

  54. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    2 dagen geleden

    👅👅👅 Kim's story is full of lies!!! Her attempted suicide is also fiction. Think carefully. She was in China at that time. Who can buy wine in China, using Korean currency (won)?? The currency of China at that time was yuan. 👅👅👅 Why does a cleaning woman hired by the Japanese military have to help unrelated girls commit suicide?? The cleaning woman had no gain but a serious risk of being punished by the Japanese military afterward. Sooner or later, the Japanese military would have uncovered that the cleaning woman bought wine and handed it to girls. 👅👅👅 How can an unconscious girl elaborate on what happened during her deep unconsciousness?? Why does she know well that the medics arrived and revived her during her deep sleep of 10 days, as if she had been watching it up close?? You see? Her old story is full of contradictions. She is merely talking according to the scenario. That is, these are all her fictions to dramatically impress her story. 👿👿👿 Kim Bok-Dong is a very crafty professional scammer!!! 👿👿👿

  55. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    2 dagen geleden

    ★★★ Ignorant viewers should refrain from stupid comments!!! ★★★ The Japanese never abducted Korean women at that time!! In those days, poor Koreans borrowed a large amount of money from Korean prostitution intermediaries. So, their daughters had to work in comfort stations in order to pay off their debts. The victims were daughters, and the perpetrators were their parents!!! Kim is a very very dirty professional scammer!!!

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived by the comfort women’s lies and apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

    2. Syttu
      Syttu
      2 dagen geleden

      @Pale Blue "Abnormal person" lol i am just a normal spectator like any other, i have recently found interest in the Asian Boss channel, and i have been very interested in seeing Japanese and Korean people in their comment sections talking abotu how they love each other country's culture and how they just want to reconciliate. I have not mentioned the Asian Women's Fund, but if you want me to explain what it is, it is an advocacy for comfort women during WW2, that want compensation and apology from Japan. "Ignorant viewers like you should leave silently!!" Nahhhh my friend, its obnoxious spammers, denialists and right-wing fanatics who smear, spread discord and contribute absolutely nothing to solving the issue of comfort women that should leave the public discourse entirely lol.

    3. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      @Syttu Aw, an abnormal person again!! Can you explain exactly about the Asian Women's Fund?? Ignorant viewers like you should leave silently!!

    4. Syttu
      Syttu
      2 dagen geleden

      Sane viewers should refrain from just letting this spammer let go! But seriously, please block and report this account that does nothing but copy-paste the same messages over and over again. The world has no need for comfort women denialists nor their obnoxious and annoying propagandists.

  56. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    2 dagen geleden

    ★★★ Ignorant viewers should refrain from stupid comments!!! ★★★ Do you know the Japanese government's international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years?? Kim is obviously lying!! The Japanese government never admits abduction of Korean women, but has already formally apologized and compensated for hardship of Korean women in 2015, before this interview!!! You see? Very crafty Kim is cunningly misleading ignorant viewers as if the Japanese government has not apologized yet!!

  57. Caroline Cholmodeley
    Caroline Cholmodeley
    2 dagen geleden

    😢

  58. Caroline Cholmodeley
    Caroline Cholmodeley
    2 dagen geleden

    Shame on ALLLL OF THEM ! I pray to the Almighty these people are being punished in the grave ! I pray the curse reaches those still ignoring this fact-those of Japan and Korea and they perish untill they apologise and re-write their wrong !

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived by the comfort women’s lies and apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

    2. Caroline Cholmodeley
      Caroline Cholmodeley
      2 dagen geleden

      @Pale Blue Do one Fooolish key board Warrior !

    3. Caroline Cholmodeley
      Caroline Cholmodeley
      2 dagen geleden

      @Pale Blue Those that are aware of the truth of such crimes not wishing to educate and correct the statements- they -deem -mistruths; should hang their heads in shame 🖕🏼

    4. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

  59. mizzpipedream
    mizzpipedream
    2 dagen geleden

    I can't fathom how men can do this to women.

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

  60. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    2 dagen geleden

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

  61. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    2 dagen geleden

    Former comfort women Kim bok dong had previously testified, "The Japanese soldiers unzipped his trousers." "I was forcibly taken by the Japanese soldiers by jeep." Neither zips nor jeeps were used by the Japanese. Isn't she a comfort woman who served the US army? Kim Hak-sun, who was the first to come forward as a comfort woman, filed a lawsuit against the Japanese government demanding payment of her unpaid salary.

  62. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    2 dagen geleden

    Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived by the comfort women’s lies and apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      If she doesn't want the money, then Korea should return to Japan all the Japanese tax money it received.

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      The price of the comfort women statue is $30000 Mini comfort women statue is $25 The statue is sold by Korean council, which is famous for fundraising scam, and they make a huge profit together with the creator of the statue. Surprisingly, the organisation only spends 2.3% of its profits on comfort women, and there have been reports of abuse, including mental and physical punishment, of comfort women in its facilities. This organisation is not really working for justice for the comfort women, and if the problem is solved, they will not be able to make any money. So, no matter how much Japan apologises or compensates, they try to prevent the issue from being resolved.

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      SK is the second largest exporter of pros** tution in the world after Venezuela. During the Vietnam War, Korean soldiers ra_ ped Vietnamese women and left more than 30,000 fatherless children of mixed race (Lai Dai Han) without apology.

    4. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      If Koreans thoght the Japanese comfort women system was so bad, why did the Korean Government set up a similar 'comfort women' system for US/UN soldiers after the Japanese left Korea? Between the end of the Korean War and the early 1990s, more than one and half million SK women were caught up in a state-controlled pros**tution (comfort women) industry that was blessed at the highest levels by the U.S. military.

    5. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      A recruit advertisement for comfort women by Korean comfort station owner in the Gyeongseong Ilbo, Korea Recruitment of comfort women (urgently) Age: 17 to 30 years old Place of work: comfort women in the rear of the XX unit (comfort club) Monthly salary : 300 won or more 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. in person for consultation Kimjing Introduction Agency (Kim) Is this really coercion and sexual slavery? In every cases, it was the Koreans who recruited the comfort women. The average monthly wage at that time was about 40 yen.

  63. 검은 고양이
    검은 고양이
    2 dagen geleden

    I’m sorry Japan. South Korea is lying

  64. monza hide
    monza hide
    2 dagen geleden

    Perhaps many foreigners have the image that "Japanese troops forcibly took Korean women from the Korean Peninsula at the time, pushed them into a small room, and many Japanese soldiers raped them for no reason." But the comfort women system was basically a business. Their employers were not the Japanese army, but the owners of brothels (recruitment, management, salary payments, etc.). Of course there were many Korean owners. Under such circumstances, there was no reason or benefit for the Japanese military to organizationally and forcibly take Korean women. On the contrary, the Japanese military even issued a notice to warn them not to be deceived by malicious vendors. And there are many articles in Korean newspapers at that time that Japanese police arrested Korean kidnappers and traffickers on the Korean Peninsula. There were various reasons why the comfort women engaged in this work. Some women were sold by their parents to pay off their parents' debts or to help their households. It's easy to imagine that for such women, they felt as if they were being raped in their hearts. We also have deep sympathy for such women. However, there were many such women all over the world at that time (of course, also among the Japanese comfort women ...). If we look at this time with modern values, it can distort the truth of history. There is one interesting episode. A former Korean comfort woman was asked a question just before her death. "Which do you have a grudge against the Japanese army or your parents?" ... She replied, "My parents."

    1. monza hide
      monza hide
      12 uur geleden

      @Tracy Monroe According to a report on comfort women prepared by the Dutch government in 1994, the process leading up to the opening of a comfort station in Indonesia by the Japanese military is reported as follows.( I will write the rough content ) Local military officials decided that a license is required to set up a comfort station. The license could be obtained only when the certain conditions for example regular venereal disease medical examinations and payment are met. Moreover, it was also a prerequisite that the women working there were working voluntarily. According to the rules, the license was issued only if the women working there signed the statement "I voluntarily provide sexual services." "Japanese military involvement" was "good faith involvement" in the hygiene and treatment of comfort women. The conclusion is reported as follows .(I will write the rough content ) From the above, it can be said that the majority of women involved in prostitution were not victims of forced prostitution. (Omitted) According to currently available documentation, it can be concluded that it was more certain that about 65 of the 200-300 European women who worked at Japanese military comfort stations throughout the Dutch East Indies were forced into prostitution. Even in the Dutch government's report, there is no evidence that the Japanese military was systematically implementing "sex slavery." The Dutch women's case was caused by some soldiers who ignored the guidelines, and the Japanese military immediately ordered the closure of comfort facilities. Of course, it was not an organized crime by the Japanese military. Eleven people were convicted (one was sentenced to death) at the Batavia Extraordinary Court-martial. This was an unfortunate case.  But again, the comfort women system was basically a business. This is a fact.

    2. Tracy Monroe
      Tracy Monroe
      Dag geleden

      Lying here, aren't you? What about the Dutch women who were held and raped like the Korean women, were they participating too? Shame on you for lying about the experiences of these women!

    3. monza hide
      monza hide
      2 dagen geleden

      @Samuel chhangte  I am Japanese. But I'm not "kao rin". ・ ・ ・ ・ But, thank you for reading my comment. Please know the basics of the comfort women system.

    4. Samuel chhangte
      Samuel chhangte
      2 dagen geleden

      Hi kao rin

  65. Doris Khongsai
    Doris Khongsai
    2 dagen geleden

    It's in the blood

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

  66. Andrea Horan
    Andrea Horan
    2 dagen geleden

    What a story. What a dignified woman. Only wanting an apology.

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived by the comfort women’s lies and apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

  67. Rose Throne
    Rose Throne
    2 dagen geleden

    This lady is an epitome of power within us ❤️ All she wanted was an apology. How could they do all this and not even apologize? Cruel world

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived by the comfort women’s lies and apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

  68. James Warren
    James Warren
    2 dagen geleden

    Thank you for raising awareness. I don’t know what to say. This can’t be forgotten.

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived by the comfort women’s lies and apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

  69. mamie monrovia
    mamie monrovia
    2 dagen geleden

    Oh, this is just a tiny scratch on the surface of the LONG list of atrocities by the Japanese. And to think it took 2, count 'em, two nuclear bombs in order for them to surrender.

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

  70. Diane Turrentine
    Diane Turrentine
    2 dagen geleden

    Love you Asian Boss! You are a good man!🥰

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived by the comfort women’s lies and apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

  71. iamlight
    iamlight
    2 dagen geleden

    I don't want to hit the like button because this is so sad. I felt so sad for her and how wrong this was when she broke down and cried. This is so horrible to treat human beings this cruelly.

    1. iamlight
      iamlight
      2 dagen geleden

      @Pale Blue Yes, I am not don't know every single little of all the things that ever happened like you probably think you do but, who made you judge and ruler of the world?

    2. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

  72. Olhamo
    Olhamo
    2 dagen geleden

    I am so disgusted at this term “comfort women”. This is a grave sin. just the words alone! May her soul be at peace, and her story not in vain!

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

  73. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    2 dagen geleden

    Former Comfort Women Pae said: “Then, we were also soldiers. We were not pros**tutes. We helped the soldiers to fight. Do you understand?” (her statement is reminiscent of that of former Japanese comfort women, who sincerely believed in their personal contribution to Japan’s war project by laboring as comfort women so as to fulfill the wartime slogan of “for the good of the country.”) That’s why we were also soldiers. We helped them fight. Do I think what Japan did was evil? Not really. After all, Japan was at war. They wanted to win the war. Actually, I blame my country most. The fact that our country was weak. Were we a strong country, it would not and could not have happened. So if I am to blame anything, anybody, it is my country. . . . You keep pushing me to say that Japan was wrong, but I still say they did it for their country and we let it happen to us because we were not powerful enough. . . . Well, we should never let it happen again. Never. After all that, I don’t blame Japan. Even now, if there were two men proposing, one Korean and the other Japanese, I would rather marry the Japanese. . . . -Former Comfort women Pae Chok-kan The Comfort women by Professor Sarah Soh P189

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      Dag geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

    2. Samuel chhangte
      Samuel chhangte
      2 dagen geleden

      You must be japanese

  74. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    2 dagen geleden

    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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

  75. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    2 dagen geleden

    The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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. ⚫︎ 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"

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      Former Comfort Women Pae said: “Then, we were also soldiers. We were not pros**tutes. We helped the soldiers to fight. Do you understand?” (her statement is reminiscent of that of former Japanese comfort women, who sincerely believed in their personal contribution to Japan’s war project by laboring as comfort women so as to fulfill the wartime slogan of “for the good of the country.”) That’s why we were also soldiers. We helped them fight. Do I think what Japan did was evil? Not really. After all, Japan was at war. They wanted to win the war. Actually, I blame my country most. The fact that our country was weak. Were we a strong country, it would not and could not have happened. So if I am to blame anything, anybody, it is my country. . . . You keep pushing me to say that Japan was wrong, but I still say they did it for their country and we let it happen to us because we were not powerful enough. . . . Well, we should never let it happen again. Never. After all that, I don’t blame Japan. Even now, if there were two men proposing, one Korean and the other Japanese, I would rather marry the Japanese. . . . -Former Comfort women Pae Chok-kan The Comfort women by Professor Sarah Soh P189

    3. Roses & Raspberries
      Roses & Raspberries
      2 dagen geleden

      Hmm interesting 🤔

  76. Maria Moss
    Maria Moss
    3 dagen geleden

    It's pure evil what they did to those women taking them from their homes and forcing them into this "work" & the men lined up to abuse them were just as bad.

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    2. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      "The 'forgotten' My Lai: South Korea's Vietnam War massacres" South Korea's 'crucial' role In September 1965, President Park Chung-hee, a former army general who had seized power in a coup four years earlier, ordered thousands of South Korean combat troops to pour into Vietnam. *They formed the bulk of of the Free World Military Assistance Forces, an unlikely grouping of troops from South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain and Taiwan* According to a 2016 report by the US School of Advanced Military Studies, "the ROK (Republic of Korea) Army played a crucial role in the US Army's operations ... and by 1972, outnumbered their American partners." Around 320,000 South Korean soldiers would rotate through Vietnam during the war, with more than 50,000 in the country at the height of their deployment, according to the SAMS report. Despite this, South Korea's role in the conflict is little known in the West, where the Vietnam War is near universally depicted in popular culture as being fought by US troops, with other nations reduced to minor supporting roles. In the "Winter Soldier" hearings organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a transcript of which was later entered into the Congressional Record by Sen. Mark Hatfield, soldiers testified, in Kerry's words, to how "they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam." They also testified about the conduct of their allies. One witness told the "Winter Soldier" hearings how they handed over four captured female North Vietnamese army nurses to ROK Marines. "They tied their hands to the ground, they spread-eagled them: they raped all four," he said, going on to describe how the Korean troops mutilated and murdered the women. ----- *In another words, “if South Korea could use this against Japan, we would use this forever. Otherwise, we ignore and cover this up*

    3. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      ""Google content to be removed soon.."" ""툭하면 삭제되는 구글 콘텐츠…알고보니 한국정부 입김 탓"" Google content that will be deleted soon ... If you know it, the influence of the Korean government 2021.05.09 And 5:53 pm *Google Transparency Report ... South Korean government requests 54,000 deletions from NLrock etc* ● Overwhelming compared to developed countries such as the United States and Japan ● Request up to 25% non-existent content ● Foreign countries use damages in proceedings ● In South Korea, there are many responses by administrative authorities ● Even in the field of self-regulation, it is legally regulated Google's Transparency Report simply shows that the size of Internet content that the South Korean government mobilizes to remove is much larger than in developed countries. Last year, the South Korean government requested Google to remove 2,397 pieces of content. Compared to the developed countries of the seven major countries (G7), there was a difference of at least 3 times, and often 12 times. Looking at the content items contained in individual requests, the number grows even more rapidly. The South Korean government has requested Google to remove 54,330 content in 2020 alone. It was overwhelmingly higher than the United States (9482 cases), Japan (1070 cases), Germany (1941 cases), the United Kingdom (829 cases), and France (5475 cases).

    4. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

  77. Keyri Luxem Escobar
    Keyri Luxem Escobar
    3 dagen geleden

    Saddest story 😭😭 Bastards!

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      2 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

    2. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      "The 'forgotten' My Lai: South Korea's Vietnam War massacres" South Korea's 'crucial' role In September 1965, President Park Chung-hee, a former army general who had seized power in a coup four years earlier, ordered thousands of South Korean combat troops to pour into Vietnam. *They formed the bulk of of the Free World Military Assistance Forces, an unlikely grouping of troops from South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain and Taiwan* According to a 2016 report by the US School of Advanced Military Studies, "the ROK (Republic of Korea) Army played a crucial role in the US Army's operations ... and by 1972, outnumbered their American partners." Around 320,000 South Korean soldiers would rotate through Vietnam during the war, with more than 50,000 in the country at the height of their deployment, according to the SAMS report. Despite this, South Korea's role in the conflict is little known in the West, where the Vietnam War is near universally depicted in popular culture as being fought by US troops, with other nations reduced to minor supporting roles. In the "Winter Soldier" hearings organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a transcript of which was later entered into the Congressional Record by Sen. Mark Hatfield, soldiers testified, in Kerry's words, to how "they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam." They also testified about the conduct of their allies. One witness told the "Winter Soldier" hearings how they handed over four captured female North Vietnamese army nurses to ROK Marines. "They tied their hands to the ground, they spread-eagled them: they raped all four," he said, going on to describe how the Korean troops mutilated and murdered the women. ----- *In another words, “if South Korea could use this against Japan, we would use this forever. Otherwise, we ignore and cover this up*

    3. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      ""Google content to be removed soon.."" ""툭하면 삭제되는 구글 콘텐츠…알고보니 한국정부 입김 탓"" Google content that will be deleted soon ... If you know it, the influence of the Korean government 2021.05.09 And 5:53 pm *Google Transparency Report ... South Korean government requests 54,000 deletions from NLrock etc* ● Overwhelming compared to developed countries such as the United States and Japan ● Request up to 25% non-existent content ● Foreign countries use damages in proceedings ● In South Korea, there are many responses by administrative authorities ● Even in the field of self-regulation, it is legally regulated Google's Transparency Report simply shows that the size of Internet content that the South Korean government mobilizes to remove is much larger than in developed countries. Last year, the South Korean government requested Google to remove 2,397 pieces of content. Compared to the developed countries of the seven major countries (G7), there was a difference of at least 3 times, and often 12 times. Looking at the content items contained in individual requests, the number grows even more rapidly. The South Korean government has requested Google to remove 54,330 content in 2020 alone. It was overwhelmingly higher than the United States (9482 cases), Japan (1070 cases), Germany (1941 cases), the United Kingdom (829 cases), and France (5475 cases).

    4. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

    5. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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. ⚫︎ 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"

  78. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    3 dagen geleden

    👹 Kim's story is full of lies!! In those days, poor Koreans borrowed a large amount of money from Korean prostitution intermediaries. So, their daughters had to work in comfort stations in order to pay off their debts. The victims were daughters, and the perpetrators were their parents!!! 👹 The Japanese never abducted Korean women at that time!! I have repeatedly protested NLrock that this video is a scam that insults Japan. I also went through defamation procedures. However, NLrock dismissed all of my protests without giving a valid reason for the dismissal. 👹 You won't understand how much I hate Kim and ASIAN BOSS!!!

  79. Kim Cielo Latonero
    Kim Cielo Latonero
    3 dagen geleden

    Many comport women are still alive in the philippines. Japanese colonize my country before. And they did so many bad things in my fellow countrymen. But it the doesnt mean that we hate japanese now. Not because their ancestor is bad. They are bad also. We already forgive you Japanese

    1. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      "The 'forgotten' My Lai: South Korea's Vietnam War massacres" South Korea's 'crucial' role In September 1965, President Park Chung-hee, a former army general who had seized power in a coup four years earlier, ordered thousands of South Korean combat troops to pour into Vietnam. *They formed the bulk of of the Free World Military Assistance Forces, an unlikely grouping of troops from South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain and Taiwan* According to a 2016 report by the US School of Advanced Military Studies, "the ROK (Republic of Korea) Army played a crucial role in the US Army's operations ... and by 1972, outnumbered their American partners." Around 320,000 South Korean soldiers would rotate through Vietnam during the war, with more than 50,000 in the country at the height of their deployment, according to the SAMS report. Despite this, South Korea's role in the conflict is little known in the West, where the Vietnam War is near universally depicted in popular culture as being fought by US troops, with other nations reduced to minor supporting roles. In the "Winter Soldier" hearings organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a transcript of which was later entered into the Congressional Record by Sen. Mark Hatfield, soldiers testified, in Kerry's words, to how "they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam." They also testified about the conduct of their allies. One witness told the "Winter Soldier" hearings how they handed over four captured female North Vietnamese army nurses to ROK Marines. "They tied their hands to the ground, they spread-eagled them: they raped all four," he said, going on to describe how the Korean troops mutilated and murdered the women. ----- *In another words, “if South Korea could use this against Japan, we would use this forever. Otherwise, we ignore and cover this up*

    2. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      ""Google content to be removed soon.."" ""툭하면 삭제되는 구글 콘텐츠…알고보니 한국정부 입김 탓"" Google content that will be deleted soon ... If you know it, the influence of the Korean government 2021.05.09 And 5:53 pm *Google Transparency Report ... South Korean government requests 54,000 deletions from NLrock etc* ● Overwhelming compared to developed countries such as the United States and Japan ● Request up to 25% non-existent content ● Foreign countries use damages in proceedings ● In South Korea, there are many responses by administrative authorities ● Even in the field of self-regulation, it is legally regulated Google's Transparency Report simply shows that the size of Internet content that the South Korean government mobilizes to remove is much larger than in developed countries. Last year, the South Korean government requested Google to remove 2,397 pieces of content. Compared to the developed countries of the seven major countries (G7), there was a difference of at least 3 times, and often 12 times. Looking at the content items contained in individual requests, the number grows even more rapidly. The South Korean government has requested Google to remove 54,330 content in 2020 alone. It was overwhelmingly higher than the United States (9482 cases), Japan (1070 cases), Germany (1941 cases), the United Kingdom (829 cases), and France (5475 cases).

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

    4. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      Did you know how they rounded up the former comfort women in Asian countries? The truth is that Japanese leftist / communists lawyers and CCP’s lobbyists went to Asian countries and told them to come forward so that they could get money from the Japanese government if they said they were former comfort women. Former Comfort Women Pae said: “Then, we were also soldiers. We were not pros**tutes. We helped the soldiers to fight. Do you understand?” (her statement is reminiscent of that of former Japanese comfort women, who sincerely believed in their personal contribution to Japan’s war project by laboring as comfort women so as to fulfill the wartime slogan of “for the good of the country.”) That’s why we were also soldiers. We helped them fight. Do I think what Japan did was evil? Not really. After all, Japan was at war. They wanted to win the war. Actually, I blame my country most. The fact that our country was weak. Were we a strong country, it would not and could not have happened. So if I am to blame anything, anybody, it is my country. . . . You keep pushing me to say that Japan was wrong, but I still say they did it for their country and we let it happen to us because we were not powerful enough. . . . Well, we should never let it happen again. Never. After all that, I don’t blame Japan. Even now, if there were two men proposing, one Korean and the other Japanese, I would rather marry the Japanese. . . . -Former Comfort women Pae Chok-kan The Comfort women by Professor Sarah Soh P189

  80. mm. k
    mm. k
    3 dagen geleden

    what an amazing lady...... to have experienced such cruelty when still a child, forced away from her parents and all she had known, raped and sexually abused by adult men...... and still to have retained such resilience which enabled her at the great age of 92 to speak out so honestly and fearlessly against the cruel disgraceful behaviour of Japan in the second world war....

    1. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      "The 'forgotten' My Lai: South Korea's Vietnam War massacres" South Korea's 'crucial' role In September 1965, President Park Chung-hee, a former army general who had seized power in a coup four years earlier, ordered thousands of South Korean combat troops to pour into Vietnam. *They formed the bulk of of the Free World Military Assistance Forces, an unlikely grouping of troops from South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain and Taiwan* According to a 2016 report by the US School of Advanced Military Studies, "the ROK (Republic of Korea) Army played a crucial role in the US Army's operations ... and by 1972, outnumbered their American partners." Around 320,000 South Korean soldiers would rotate through Vietnam during the war, with more than 50,000 in the country at the height of their deployment, according to the SAMS report. Despite this, South Korea's role in the conflict is little known in the West, where the Vietnam War is near universally depicted in popular culture as being fought by US troops, with other nations reduced to minor supporting roles. In the "Winter Soldier" hearings organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a transcript of which was later entered into the Congressional Record by Sen. Mark Hatfield, soldiers testified, in Kerry's words, to how "they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam." They also testified about the conduct of their allies. One witness told the "Winter Soldier" hearings how they handed over four captured female North Vietnamese army nurses to ROK Marines. "They tied their hands to the ground, they spread-eagled them: they raped all four," he said, going on to describe how the Korean troops mutilated and murdered the women. ----- *In another words, “if South Korea could use this against Japan, we would use this forever. Otherwise, we ignore and cover this up*

    2. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      ""Google content to be removed soon.."" ""툭하면 삭제되는 구글 콘텐츠…알고보니 한국정부 입김 탓"" Google content that will be deleted soon ... If you know it, the influence of the Korean government 2021.05.09 And 5:53 pm *Google Transparency Report ... South Korean government requests 54,000 deletions from NLrock etc* ● Overwhelming compared to developed countries such as the United States and Japan ● Request up to 25% non-existent content ● Foreign countries use damages in proceedings ● In South Korea, there are many responses by administrative authorities ● Even in the field of self-regulation, it is legally regulated Google's Transparency Report simply shows that the size of Internet content that the South Korean government mobilizes to remove is much larger than in developed countries. Last year, the South Korean government requested Google to remove 2,397 pieces of content. Compared to the developed countries of the seven major countries (G7), there was a difference of at least 3 times, and often 12 times. Looking at the content items contained in individual requests, the number grows even more rapidly. The South Korean government has requested Google to remove 54,330 content in 2020 alone. It was overwhelmingly higher than the United States (9482 cases), Japan (1070 cases), Germany (1941 cases), the United Kingdom (829 cases), and France (5475 cases).

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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. ⚫︎ 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"

    4. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      Former Comfort Women Pae said: “Then, we were also soldiers. We were not pros**tutes. We helped the soldiers to fight. Do you understand?” (her statement is reminiscent of that of former Japanese comfort women, who sincerely believed in their personal contribution to Japan’s war project by laboring as comfort women so as to fulfill the wartime slogan of “for the good of the country.”) That’s why we were also soldiers. We helped them fight. Do I think what Japan did was evil? Not really. After all, Japan was at war. They wanted to win the war. Actually, I blame my country most. The fact that our country was weak. Were we a strong country, it would not and could not have happened. So if I am to blame anything, anybody, it is my country. . . . You keep pushing me to say that Japan was wrong, but I still say they did it for their country and we let it happen to us because we were not powerful enough. . . . Well, we should never let it happen again. Never. After all that, I don’t blame Japan. Even now, if there were two men proposing, one Korean and the other Japanese, I would rather marry the Japanese. . . . -Former Comfort women Pae Chok-kan The Comfort women by Professor Sarah Soh P189

    5. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      3 dagen geleden

      Her story is full of lies!! The Japanese viewers are very very angry against her lies!! The Japanese never abducted Korean women at that time!! She was sold by her poor parents to Korean prostitution intermediary in fact!!

  81. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    3 dagen geleden

    😱😱😱 Very sneaky South Korean government never mentions its unfavorable war crimes!! 😱😱😱 South Korean soldiers raped and slaughtered so many Vietnamese women in brutal way in the Vietnam War!! Try to watch the photos of the title “ Phong Nhi and Phong Nhat massacre ” on Wikipedia. ★ You might vomit in shock. 😱😱😱 I bet this horrible truth is far much sinful than comfort women issue. However, the very cunning South Korean government never admits, never apologizes nor never compensates even now!!! 😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠

  82. Mari am
    Mari am
    3 dagen geleden

    😭

    1. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      "The 'forgotten' My Lai: South Korea's Vietnam War massacres" South Korea's 'crucial' role In September 1965, President Park Chung-hee, a former army general who had seized power in a coup four years earlier, ordered thousands of South Korean combat troops to pour into Vietnam. *They formed the bulk of of the Free World Military Assistance Forces, an unlikely grouping of troops from South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain and Taiwan* According to a 2016 report by the US School of Advanced Military Studies, "the ROK (Republic of Korea) Army played a crucial role in the US Army's operations ... and by 1972, outnumbered their American partners." Around 320,000 South Korean soldiers would rotate through Vietnam during the war, with more than 50,000 in the country at the height of their deployment, according to the SAMS report. Despite this, South Korea's role in the conflict is little known in the West, where the Vietnam War is near universally depicted in popular culture as being fought by US troops, with other nations reduced to minor supporting roles. In the "Winter Soldier" hearings organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a transcript of which was later entered into the Congressional Record by Sen. Mark Hatfield, soldiers testified, in Kerry's words, to how "they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam." They also testified about the conduct of their allies. One witness told the "Winter Soldier" hearings how they handed over four captured female North Vietnamese army nurses to ROK Marines. "They tied their hands to the ground, they spread-eagled them: they raped all four," he said, going on to describe how the Korean troops mutilated and murdered the women. ----- *In another words, “if South Korea could use this against Japan, we would use this forever. Otherwise, we ignore and cover this up*

    2. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      ""Google content to be removed soon.."" ""툭하면 삭제되는 구글 콘텐츠…알고보니 한국정부 입김 탓"" Google content that will be deleted soon ... If you know it, the influence of the Korean government 2021.05.09 And 5:53 pm *Google Transparency Report ... South Korean government requests 54,000 deletions from NLrock etc* ● Overwhelming compared to developed countries such as the United States and Japan ● Request up to 25% non-existent content ● Foreign countries use damages in proceedings ● In South Korea, there are many responses by administrative authorities ● Even in the field of self-regulation, it is legally regulated Google's Transparency Report simply shows that the size of Internet content that the South Korean government mobilizes to remove is much larger than in developed countries. Last year, the South Korean government requested Google to remove 2,397 pieces of content. Compared to the developed countries of the seven major countries (G7), there was a difference of at least 3 times, and often 12 times. Looking at the content items contained in individual requests, the number grows even more rapidly. The South Korean government has requested Google to remove 54,330 content in 2020 alone. It was overwhelmingly higher than the United States (9482 cases), Japan (1070 cases), Germany (1941 cases), the United Kingdom (829 cases), and France (5475 cases).

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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. ⚫︎ 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"

    4. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      3 dagen geleden

      Kim is lying!!! 😄😄😄😄😄😄

  83. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    3 dagen geleden

    Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived by the comfort women’s lies and apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

  84. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    3 dagen geleden

    ★★★ Ignorant viewers should refrain from stupid comments!!! ★★★ Kim's story is full of lies!! The Japanese government never admits abduction of Korean women, but has already formally apologized and compensated for hardship of Korean women in 2015, before this interview!!! You see? Very crafty Kim is cunningly misleading ignorant viewers as if the Japanese government has not apologized yet!!

  85. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    3 dagen geleden

    ⬛ Obviously, Kim is lying!!! The Japanese never abducted Korean women at that time!! In those days, poor Koreans borrowed a large amount of money from Korean prostitution intermediaries. So, their daughters had to work in comfort stations in order to pay off their debts. ⬛ The victims were daughters, and the perpetrators were their parents!!! 😠😠😠😠😠😠

  86. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    3 dagen geleden

    👿 This is an international fraud case!!! 😲😲😲😲😲 👿 There was no clear evidence at all, and the lie testimony alone suddenly made an apology request and a claim for huge compensation money to the Japanese government since 1990s!!! 😨😨😨😨😨 👿 Yeah, everything is a very very dirty conspiracy!!! 😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡

  87. John Doe
    John Doe
    3 dagen geleden

    "comfort woman" is a disturbingly light title for what these people experienced, clicking on the video I thought it was some voluntary role to "comfort" (both sexually and non-sexually) high leaders of powerful families while it was nothing even close to such

    1. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      "The 'forgotten' My Lai: South Korea's Vietnam War massacres" South Korea's 'crucial' role In September 1965, President Park Chung-hee, a former army general who had seized power in a coup four years earlier, ordered thousands of South Korean combat troops to pour into Vietnam. *They formed the bulk of of the Free World Military Assistance Forces, an unlikely grouping of troops from South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain and Taiwan* According to a 2016 report by the US School of Advanced Military Studies, "the ROK (Republic of Korea) Army played a crucial role in the US Army's operations ... and by 1972, outnumbered their American partners." Around 320,000 South Korean soldiers would rotate through Vietnam during the war, with more than 50,000 in the country at the height of their deployment, according to the SAMS report. Despite this, South Korea's role in the conflict is little known in the West, where the Vietnam War is near universally depicted in popular culture as being fought by US troops, with other nations reduced to minor supporting roles. In the "Winter Soldier" hearings organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a transcript of which was later entered into the Congressional Record by Sen. Mark Hatfield, soldiers testified, in Kerry's words, to how "they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam." They also testified about the conduct of their allies. One witness told the "Winter Soldier" hearings how they handed over four captured female North Vietnamese army nurses to ROK Marines. "They tied their hands to the ground, they spread-eagled them: they raped all four," he said, going on to describe how the Korean troops mutilated and murdered the women. ----- *In another words, “if South Korea could use this against Japan, we would use this forever. Otherwise, we ignore and cover this up*

    2. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      ""Google content to be removed soon.."" ""툭하면 삭제되는 구글 콘텐츠…알고보니 한국정부 입김 탓"" Google content that will be deleted soon ... If you know it, the influence of the Korean government 2021.05.09 And 5:53 pm *Google Transparency Report ... South Korean government requests 54,000 deletions from NLrock etc* ● Overwhelming compared to developed countries such as the United States and Japan ● Request up to 25% non-existent content ● Foreign countries use damages in proceedings ● In South Korea, there are many responses by administrative authorities ● Even in the field of self-regulation, it is legally regulated Google's Transparency Report simply shows that the size of Internet content that the South Korean government mobilizes to remove is much larger than in developed countries. Last year, the South Korean government requested Google to remove 2,397 pieces of content. Compared to the developed countries of the seven major countries (G7), there was a difference of at least 3 times, and often 12 times. Looking at the content items contained in individual requests, the number grows even more rapidly. The South Korean government has requested Google to remove 54,330 content in 2020 alone. It was overwhelmingly higher than the United States (9482 cases), Japan (1070 cases), Germany (1941 cases), the United Kingdom (829 cases), and France (5475 cases).

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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. ⚫︎ 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"

    4. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      3 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

  88. solitude.
    solitude.
    3 dagen geleden

    😔

    1. 김소현
      김소현
      18 uur geleden

      To the far right Japanese friend who talked to me... The my reply didn't went you because I hung the link. So I've arranged the conversations we had. I am not good at English. I'm sorry about that point. I don't want to fight with the far right Japanese. The far right Japanese say "South Koreans, Chinese etc. are a liars", "Japan military sexual slavery is a prostitute". It hurts me. So I don't want to talk anymore. Some Japanese friends admit this and feel sorry. It really matters to us. The horrors of the Japanese military in Korea, China, Indonesia, Taiwanese, Philippines and Vietnam etc. should be judged by the keywords below. I am not going to reply any more. If you want to see the remaining historical material, please search it. It's up to you to judge. I know Japanese chief cabinet secretary Kono and some prime minister have apologized and tried to solve this problem. However, it is a matter of consistency and attitude. Japan's attitude changed whenever the Liberal Democratic Party politicians took power in Japan. Also, it still does not teach relevant history to Japanese children, and Japanese media ridicule Korea day after day. In addition, there is a separate "Korea hate section" in bookstores in Japan. Some Japanese saying "Japan military sexual slavery is the prostitute" in street parade. Of course, there were bad humans in Korea, and there may be cases where girls were abused. You want to believe it was mainstream? why don't you blame the Japanese army for their terrible deeds? Even after watching these videos, you don't blame the Japanese army until the end. And this issue should be approached as a matter of human rights ethics. I understand your love for your country because you are in Japan. However, they should admit and apologize so that such things will not happen again in the future. That's justice. The small material you bring is a small fragment of 35 years of sad history. In fact, it's natural for them to be rewarded. Because Japanese soldiers can't make them 14-year-old girls again. But they prioritize consistent apologies from the Japanese government before compensation. So '2015, the Japanese military sexual slavery agreement' refused. Because what is more important than compensation is the consistent apology and attitude of the Japanese government. North Korea also has the Japanese military sexual slavery survivor. She says needs the Japanese government compensation, not the private fund. That means first a proper apology from the Japanese government is needed. I'm sorry that there are no English subtitles. Of course the reason why they went there is also important. Any Korean adoptive father or anybody Korean who did wrong should be blamed in history. All of them. But only, Japanese accusations do not include the atrocities of the Japanese army. That makes me angry. Should I find more Japanese atrocities and show them? And do you affirm that there was no "human trafficking" or "false recruitment" of the Japanese army? - The document is a Japanese document from Japan and the Japanese military falsely recruited girls. Search key word1 : "위안부는 일본군 소속" 강제연행 문서 첫 공개 / YTN Search key word2 : 영상한국사 I 225 일본 ‘위안부’ 모집의 실상과 위안소 운영 방법 Search key word3 : 위안부 모집에 일본군 개입한 문서 찾았다 I also want to apologize to my Vietnamese friends as a Korean. For the first time in school, I heard In detail about the Korean army in the Vietnam War from my teacher. Since then, I have learned the horrors of the Vietnam War more deeply through many Korean media. Moon Jae-in, Roh Moo-hyun and Kim Dae-jung conveyed the mind of apology to Vietnam. but this is not enough. Victims should be prioritized. The Vietnam War is a battle in which Koreans participated in the war between the United States and Vietnam. Most Koreans acknowledge and apologize for the atrocities the Korean military committed in the Vietnam War. There are far-right groups in any country. They speak of the honor of the Korean military first about the Vietnam War. Of course, we cannot hate the Korean troops who participated in the war from the perspective of Koreans. But if they are bad for women and children's civilians, it should of course apologize and compensate. It's a separate matter. There are also people in Korea who naturally have opposing opinions. But the mainstream thinking that society is pursuing exists. I think most Korean thinking should apologize for the atrocities of the Vietnam War, and that is the universal values and lessons that mankind has to pursue through war..

    2. 김소현
      김소현
      18 uur geleden

      If you wonder why Koreans, Chinese, Indonesians, Malaysians, Vietnamese, Taiwanese, Filipino etc. are still angry? Pleases search the K.E.Y. W.O.R.D below on NLrock. It's up to you to judge. I don't speak English well. So I translate a few things and leave the same message here and there. So I feel sorry for giving inconvenience to others. But I feel that this is the only little thing I can do now. I don't risk my life for independence like my ancestors, but just a small reminder. However, I just hope that at least one person does not turn a blind eye to the truth by searching the keywords below. Using history as a mirror, we should develop. I just hope it is just and moderate. ★The present position of the Japanese government Search key word : Prime Minister Abe Shinzo’s Lies ★ A far-right Japanese that does not apologize and loathe to Koreans. Search key word : Japan's anti-Korean hate speech: British journalist's view ★ Japanese Military Sexual Slavery Search key word1 : Life As A “Comfort Woman”: Story of Kim Bok-Dong | STAY CURIOUS #9 Search key word2 : Japanese Military Sexual Slavery Search key word3 : 10 Worst Japanese War Crimes Search key word4 : Japanese soldiers killed comfort woman and ate her flesh Search key word5 : Japanese Military Sexual Violence Victims 일본군 성폭력 피해자 Search key word6 : Rape Sex Slaves & Comfort Women: Japanese Atrocities in Asia Search key word7 : Japanese Military Sex Slaves Search key word8 : Comfort Womens FOR jAPAN aRMY @@@@@ Search key word9 : Short Animation For Her - English ( Subtitles rework ) Search key word10 : China's last "comfort woman" suing Japan dies ★ North Korean woman : Japan military sexual slavery Search key word1 : [컬러복원버전] 만삭의 위안부 Search key word2 : 뉴스타파, '만삭의 위안부' 박영심 할머니 원본 영상과 인터뷰 공개 Search key word3 : 뉴스타파 목격자들 47회 “슬픈 귀향 1부 ‘북녘 할머니의 증언’” Search key word4 : Korean Comfort Women Video / KBS뉴스(News) ★Taiwanese woman : Japan military sexual slavery Search key word1 : JAPAN: TAIWANESE COMFORT WOMEN SUE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT Search key word1 : 二战台湾慰安妇 WW II Taiwanese Comfort Women ★ German woman : Japanese military sexual slavery Search key word : [이 시각 세계] "일본군, 동맹국 독일 여성들도 성노예로" (2020.11.13/뉴스투데이/MBC) ★ Dutch Australians woman : Japanese military sexual slavery Search key word1 : "Comfort Woman" survivor, Jan Ruff O'Herne on Talking Heads in 2009 Search key word2 : Japan's wartime atrocities: Japanese Army's Sex Slaves ★ Philippines woman : Japanese military sexual slavery Search key word1 : Philippines' WWII sex slaves demand justice from Japan Search key word2 : Ethelin Teo dressed as a boy for years to avoid becoming a "comfort woman" | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word3 : Meet Estelita Dy: A Filipino Comfort Woman Survivor | STAY CURIOUS #13 Search key word4 : FILIPINO COMFORT WOMEN || WHAT HAPPENED TO THEM DURING WORLD WAR 2 ★ Malaysia Survivors Interview Search key word1 : Ethelin Teo dressed as a boy for years to avoid becoming a "comfort woman" | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word2 : The Japanese Occupation of Kuala Lumpur, through the eyes of a survivor | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word3 : Pak Omar witnessed Japan's first major attack of WWII | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word4 : Yap Chwee Lan saved countless lives in her attic during WWII | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word5 : James Jeremiah survived Japan's WWII bombing of Penang | THE LAST SURVIVORS ★ The Women Who Used Tattoos to Save Themselves From Sexual Slavery (Full Length) Search key word : The Women Who Used Tattoos to Save Themselves From Sexual Slavery (Full Length) ★ The document is a Japanese document from Japan and the Japanese military falsely recruited girls. Search key word1 : "위안부는 일본군 소속" 강제연행 문서 첫 공개 / YTN Search key word2 : 영상한국사 I 225 일본 ‘위안부’ 모집의 실상과 위안소 운영 방법 Search key word3 : 위안부 모집에 일본군 개입한 문서 찾았다 ★ Unit 731 Search key word1 : Japanese World War II veterans recall horrors of Unit 731 Search key word2 : The Horrors of Unit 731 Search key word3 : UNIT 731 & The Devil's Doctors - Beyond The Dark #2 Search key word4 : Why Japan's UNIT 731 Made the SS Look NICE Search key word5 : ZDF documentary on Unit 731 Search key word6 : NIT 731 - Harbin museum ★ Hashima Island Search key word1 : The dark history of conscription and forced labor behind Japan's Hashima Island Search key word2 : 4 Angles-The Truth of Hashima Island Search key word3 : 【TVPP】HaHa - Finding hajima Island victims cemetery Search key word4 : [무한 도전] 무한 도전-하하, '하시 마섬'방문 조부모 생존자 이야기 20150912 Search key word5 : [Infinite Challenge] 무한도전 - Haha, A heartbreaking story of the 'Hashima Island' 20150912 ★ The Kanto Massacre Search key word1 : 너무나도 끔찍한 일제의 관동대지진 조선인 학살 사건 Search key word2 : Japan's State Crime - Kanto Massacre of Koreans by Japanese Imperialists Search key word3 : [4 Angles] The Great Kanto Earthquake and Massacre of Ethnic Koreans in Japan Search key word4 : 4 Angles-The Great Kanto Earthquake and Massacre of Ethnic Koreans in Japan 관동 Search key word5 : Arirang Special - M60Ep224C02 Massacre conducted by the Japanese Governmen Search key word6 : Arirang Special - M60Ep224C01 The Kanto Earthquake of 1923 ★ The Nanjing Massacre Search key word1 : The Nanking Massacre | Documentary Search key word2 : THE NANJING MASSACRE - DOCUMENTARY OF THE RAPE OF NANKING Search key word3 : Extremely rare evidence of Nanjing Massacre filmed by US pastor in 1937 Search key word4 : Rape in Nanking Words from WWII Japanese Soldiers ★ Japan's atrocities on the American island of Tinian Search key word1 : WWII in Color-Battle of Tinian Search key word2 : WW II : RARE COLOR FILM : SAIPAN AND MARIANAS

    3. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      "The 'forgotten' My Lai: South Korea's Vietnam War massacres" South Korea's 'crucial' role In September 1965, President Park Chung-hee, a former army general who had seized power in a coup four years earlier, ordered thousands of South Korean combat troops to pour into Vietnam. *They formed the bulk of of the Free World Military Assistance Forces, an unlikely grouping of troops from South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain and Taiwan* According to a 2016 report by the US School of Advanced Military Studies, "the ROK (Republic of Korea) Army played a crucial role in the US Army's operations ... and by 1972, outnumbered their American partners." Around 320,000 South Korean soldiers would rotate through Vietnam during the war, with more than 50,000 in the country at the height of their deployment, according to the SAMS report. Despite this, South Korea's role in the conflict is little known in the West, where the Vietnam War is near universally depicted in popular culture as being fought by US troops, with other nations reduced to minor supporting roles. In the "Winter Soldier" hearings organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a transcript of which was later entered into the Congressional Record by Sen. Mark Hatfield, soldiers testified, in Kerry's words, to how "they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam." They also testified about the conduct of their allies. One witness told the "Winter Soldier" hearings how they handed over four captured female North Vietnamese army nurses to ROK Marines. "They tied their hands to the ground, they spread-eagled them: they raped all four," he said, going on to describe how the Korean troops mutilated and murdered the women. ----- *In another words, “if South Korea could use this against Japan, we would use this forever. Otherwise, we ignore and cover this up*

    4. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      K-delusion

    5. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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. ⚫︎ 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"

  89. David James
    David James
    3 dagen geleden

    The nation of Japan needs to acknowledge this shameful practice to these women but they are notorious for denying all the war crimes committed during the war.

    1. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      "The 'forgotten' My Lai: South Korea's Vietnam War massacres" South Korea's 'crucial' role In September 1965, President Park Chung-hee, a former army general who had seized power in a coup four years earlier, ordered thousands of South Korean combat troops to pour into Vietnam. *They formed the bulk of of the Free World Military Assistance Forces, an unlikely grouping of troops from South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain and Taiwan* According to a 2016 report by the US School of Advanced Military Studies, "the ROK (Republic of Korea) Army played a crucial role in the US Army's operations ... and by 1972, outnumbered their American partners." Around 320,000 South Korean soldiers would rotate through Vietnam during the war, with more than 50,000 in the country at the height of their deployment, according to the SAMS report. Despite this, South Korea's role in the conflict is little known in the West, where the Vietnam War is near universally depicted in popular culture as being fought by US troops, with other nations reduced to minor supporting roles. In the "Winter Soldier" hearings organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a transcript of which was later entered into the Congressional Record by Sen. Mark Hatfield, soldiers testified, in Kerry's words, to how "they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam." They also testified about the conduct of their allies. One witness told the "Winter Soldier" hearings how they handed over four captured female North Vietnamese army nurses to ROK Marines. "They tied their hands to the ground, they spread-eagled them: they raped all four," he said, going on to describe how the Korean troops mutilated and murdered the women. ----- *In another words, “if South Korea could use this against Japan, we would use this forever. Otherwise, we ignore and cover this up*

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

    3. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      Former Comfort Women Pae said: “Then, we were also soldiers. We were not pros**tutes. We helped the soldiers to fight. Do you understand?” (her statement is reminiscent of that of former Japanese comfort women, who sincerely believed in their personal contribution to Japan’s war project by laboring as comfort women so as to fulfill the wartime slogan of “for the good of the country.”) That’s why we were also soldiers. We helped them fight. Do I think what Japan did was evil? Not really. After all, Japan was at war. They wanted to win the war. Actually, I blame my country most. The fact that our country was weak. Were we a strong country, it would not and could not have happened. So if I am to blame anything, anybody, it is my country. . . . You keep pushing me to say that Japan was wrong, but I still say they did it for their country and we let it happen to us because we were not powerful enough. . . . Well, we should never let it happen again. Never. After all that, I don’t blame Japan. Even now, if there were two men proposing, one Korean and the other Japanese, I would rather marry the Japanese. . . . -Former Comfort women Pae Chok-kan The Comfort women by Professor Sarah Soh P189

    4. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      3 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

  90. Midnight Vegan
    Midnight Vegan
    3 dagen geleden

    Bless her

    1. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      "The 'forgotten' My Lai: South Korea's Vietnam War massacres" South Korea's 'crucial' role In September 1965, President Park Chung-hee, a former army general who had seized power in a coup four years earlier, ordered thousands of South Korean combat troops to pour into Vietnam. *They formed the bulk of of the Free World Military Assistance Forces, an unlikely grouping of troops from South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain and Taiwan* According to a 2016 report by the US School of Advanced Military Studies, "the ROK (Republic of Korea) Army played a crucial role in the US Army's operations ... and by 1972, outnumbered their American partners." Around 320,000 South Korean soldiers would rotate through Vietnam during the war, with more than 50,000 in the country at the height of their deployment, according to the SAMS report. Despite this, South Korea's role in the conflict is little known in the West, where the Vietnam War is near universally depicted in popular culture as being fought by US troops, with other nations reduced to minor supporting roles. In the "Winter Soldier" hearings organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a transcript of which was later entered into the Congressional Record by Sen. Mark Hatfield, soldiers testified, in Kerry's words, to how "they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam." They also testified about the conduct of their allies. One witness told the "Winter Soldier" hearings how they handed over four captured female North Vietnamese army nurses to ROK Marines. "They tied their hands to the ground, they spread-eagled them: they raped all four," he said, going on to describe how the Korean troops mutilated and murdered the women. ----- *In another words, “if South Korea could use this against Japan, we would use this forever. Otherwise, we ignore and cover this up*

    2. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      3 dagen geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies were inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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. ⚫︎ 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"

    3. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      3 dagen geleden

      Those who are ignorant about international negotiations on the comfort women issue over the last 30 years, like you should walk away silently!!

  91. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    3 dagen geleden

    If Koreans thoght the Japanese comfort women system was so bad, why did the Korean Government set up a similar 'comfort women' system for US/UN soldiers after the Japanese left Korea? Between the end of the Korean War and the early 1990s, more than one and half million SK women were caught up in a state-controlled pros**tution (comfort women) industry that was blessed at the highest levels by the U.S. military.

    1. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      2 dagen geleden

      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. The diary has been published as a book in Korea and Japan titled “일본군 위안소 관리인의 일기”

    2. Nipuni JM
      Nipuni JM
      3 dagen geleden

      Wtf is wrong with you. Can't you calm your patriotism for a second to think that lives were affected and that no forced prostitution is okay and just because other countries apologised or didn't has nothing to do with whether Japan should or not? It is still a horrible thing and shouldn't be defended. Just like if i slapped someone for no reason i would apologise but I wouldn't claim oh I'm a good person because I apologised it doesnt make sense. And the history should be taught not hidden. It is much more important to learn that you can apologise and help victims than it is to think your country has done nothing wrong.

  92. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    3 dagen geleden

    Kim said she has never received an apology from Japan, which is a flat-out lie. The truth is that comfort women's organization “Korean council” embezzle donations, force comfort women to lie, obstruct reconciliation with Japan, so that they can continue the comfort women propaganda. Japanese government was deceived and has apologized many times and paid huge amounts of compensation to the Korean women, but the Korean government has not given it to the women. *Japan-South Korea Treaty of 1965 During treaty negotiations, the Japanese government asked the S Korean government to identify and separate individual claims from the treaty because the Japanese government wanted to make sure the survivors received compensation. The South Korean government declined and accepted the entire sum of 800 million dollars (over ten billion dollars in today's money) in place of its citizens and spent all of it on infrastructures. Therefore it is not reasonable for the South Korean government to keep asking for additional compensation from Japan. *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” And their claim that they were forced into pros**tution is also a lie. A Korean professor interviewed the Korean women in 2003. After the interview professor commented: “I could sense that women were not happy being confined in this place. One of the women (Bae Chun-hee) told me she reminisced the romance she had with a Japanese soldier. She said she hated her father who sold her. She also told me that women there didn't appreciate being coached by Korean council to give false testimonies but had to obey Korean council's order. When Japan offered compensation through Asian Women's Fund in 1995, 61 former Korean comfort women defied Korean council's order and accepted compensation. Those 61 women were vilified 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. So the rest of the women were terrified of Korean council and wouldn't dare to defy again. Korean council (some of its members were arrested as North Korean spi*es) has used the comfort women issue for its political purpose, which is to drive a wedge into U.S.-Japan-South Korea security partnership.”

  93. Kao rin
    Kao rin
    3 dagen geleden

    Former Comfort Women Pae said: “Then, we were also soldiers. We were not pros**tutes. We helped the soldiers to fight. Do you understand?” (her statement is reminiscent of that of former Japanese comfort women, who sincerely believed in their personal contribution to Japan’s war project by laboring as comfort women so as to fulfill the wartime slogan of “for the good of the country.”) That’s why we were also soldiers. We helped them fight. Do I think what Japan did was evil? Not really. After all, Japan was at war. They wanted to win the war. Actually, I blame my country most. The fact that our country was weak. Were we a strong country, it would not and could not have happened. So if I am to blame anything, anybody, it is my country. . . . You keep pushing me to say that Japan was wrong, but I still say they did it for their country and we let it happen to us because we were not powerful enough. . . . Well, we should never let it happen again. Never. After all that, I don’t blame Japan. Even now, if there were two men proposing, one Korean and the other Japanese, I would rather marry the Japanese. . . . -Former Comfort women Pae Chok-kan The Comfort women by Professor Sarah Soh P189

  94. Kathryn joy Catalan
    Kathryn joy Catalan
    3 dagen geleden

    I think untill now japan never apologize for what they did back then especially when the japan invaded the ph during the wwII they never apologize for what they did to our people. 🙄

    1. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      "The 'forgotten' My Lai: South Korea's Vietnam War massacres" South Korea's 'crucial' role In September 1965, President Park Chung-hee, a former army general who had seized power in a coup four years earlier, ordered thousands of South Korean combat troops to pour into Vietnam. *They formed the bulk of of the Free World Military Assistance Forces, an unlikely grouping of troops from South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain and Taiwan* According to a 2016 report by the US School of Advanced Military Studies, "the ROK (Republic of Korea) Army played a crucial role in the US Army's operations ... and by 1972, outnumbered their American partners." Around 320,000 South Korean soldiers would rotate through Vietnam during the war, with more than 50,000 in the country at the height of their deployment, according to the SAMS report. Despite this, South Korea's role in the conflict is little known in the West, where the Vietnam War is near universally depicted in popular culture as being fought by US troops, with other nations reduced to minor supporting roles. In the "Winter Soldier" hearings organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a transcript of which was later entered into the Congressional Record by Sen. Mark Hatfield, soldiers testified, in Kerry's words, to how "they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam." They also testified about the conduct of their allies. One witness told the "Winter Soldier" hearings how they handed over four captured female North Vietnamese army nurses to ROK Marines. "They tied their hands to the ground, they spread-eagled them: they raped all four," he said, going on to describe how the Korean troops mutilated and murdered the women. ----- *In another words, “if South Korea could use this against Japan, we would use this forever. Otherwise, we ignore and cover this up*

    2. Kathryn joy Catalan
      Kathryn joy Catalan
      3 dagen geleden

      Ohh di sorry kaya nga i think e triggered much?

    3. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      3 dagen geleden

      You are too ignorant!! The Japanese government has already apologized and compensated for Asian women including Koreans and Filipinos!! Find out about the Asian Women's Fund!! Kim is lying obviously!!

    4. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      3 dagen geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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. ⚫︎ 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"

  95. Wilma Olthof
    Wilma Olthof
    4 dagen geleden

    Thank you for sharing this video. It is very painful the hear this. I live in Holland and we hear not much about your country

    1. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      18 uur geleden

      Former South Korean Air Force Captain Choe Sam-yeon Colonies have existed since the 15th century. Modern history of mankind can be called the colonial age. We encounter former colonies wherever we go in the world. In Africa people are still in poverty long after the end of being colonized. Which former colonies have achieved economic success? South Korea and Taiwan. Both of them were former Japanese colonies. India was one of the British colonies, but the British didn't spend money on infrastructure, and the Indian economy didn't develop for a long time. It has finally started to grow, but its GDP per capita and literacy are still very low. Japan spent a lot of money on infrastructure both in South Korea and in Taiwan. This was very unique. Other colonizers squeezed natural resources from their colonies but didn't invest in them. Half of Japanese taxpayers' money was spent on colonial infrastructure so that the quality of life would be equivalent. During the Joseon period, the overwhelming majority of the Koreans could not attend schools. When the Japanese came in, they built many schools. So I was able to receive my education, and the quality of education was just as good in Korea as in Japan. The Koreans and the Taiwanese were able to attend military academy of Japan as well. Other colonizers didn't allow people from their colonies to attend military academy of the colonizers. In other words, the Japanese didn't discriminate in education either. In other colonies the discrimination was rightful. The Japanese rule in Korea and Taiwan should not have been called colonization. It was annexation, similar to what England did with Scotland. The Koreans like me who experienced Japan's annexation reminisce it, but unfortunately the younger Koreans who received anti-Japanese brainwashing in schools despise it.

    2. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      18 uur geleden

      ----- Professor Choe Ki-ho of Kaya University I was born in 1923. For the sake of South Korea and for Japan, I want to tell you the truth. Telling the truth could threaten my life in South Korea, but I feel it is my duty to do so. I lived in Seoul during the annexation period. I also spent some time in Tokyo. In those days, the Koreans were more proud of being Japanese than the Japanese themselves. At movie theaters in Korea, they showed the war news before the movies were played. For example, if they showed the image of Japan's victory in New Guinea, the Koreans shouted banzai and gave a round of applause. I loved movies, so I went to movie theaters in Japan as well, and the Japanese were calmer. Nowadays the Koreans who speak positively of the Japanese are criticized as "Chinilpa (pro-Japanese)" but in those days over 90% of Koreans were pro-Japanese. After the war, successive South Korean governments have brainwashed the youths with anti-Japanese education in order to incite hatred towards the Japanese. ・oreans in the street of Seoul celebrating Japan's advance in China (1941) 90% of history education in South Korea is distorted. In South Korean classrooms, our teachers don't teach how corrupt the Joseon Dynasty was in the 19th century, and they make their students believe that the Koreans could have gained independence without Japan's help. By becoming part of Japan in 1910, education, healthcare, industry and infrastructure in Korea improved dramatically. The foundation of becoming a modern state was built during the annexation period. Yet we teach in our classrooms that Japan's annexation set back Korea's progress. ・Population and average life span of Koreans doubled under the Japanese The Joseon Dynasty ruined Korean industry, and the Korean thinkers who advocated reforms were brutally executed. The Koreans today shout "brutal Japanese!" "sex slaves!" but the Korean ruling class (Yangban) in the 19th century was far more brutal. The final years of the Joseon Dynasty were so hellish that they would only compare with the present day North Korea.

    3. 김소현
      김소현
      18 uur geleden

      To the far right Japanese friend who talked to me... The my reply didn't went you because I hung the link. So I've arranged the conversations we had. I am not good at English. I'm sorry about that point. I don't want to fight with the far right Japanese. The far right Japanese say "South Koreans, Chinese etc. are a liars", "Japan military sexual slavery is a prostitute". It hurts me. So I don't want to talk anymore. Some Japanese friends admit this and feel sorry. It really matters to us. The horrors of the Japanese military in Korea, China, Indonesia, Taiwanese, Philippines and Vietnam etc. should be judged by the keywords below. I am not going to reply any more. If you want to see the remaining historical material, please search it. It's up to you to judge. I know Japanese chief cabinet secretary Kono and some prime minister have apologized and tried to solve this problem. However, it is a matter of consistency and attitude. Japan's attitude changed whenever the Liberal Democratic Party politicians took power in Japan. Also, it still does not teach relevant history to Japanese children, and Japanese media ridicule Korea day after day. In addition, there is a separate "Korea hate section" in bookstores in Japan. Some Japanese saying "Japan military sexual slavery is the prostitute" in street parade. Of course, there were bad humans in Korea, and there may be cases where girls were abused. You want to believe it was mainstream? why don't you blame the Japanese army for their terrible deeds? Even after watching these videos, you don't blame the Japanese army until the end. And this issue should be approached as a matter of human rights ethics. I understand your love for your country because you are in Japan. However, they should admit and apologize so that such things will not happen again in the future. That's justice. The small material you bring is a small fragment of 35 years of sad history. In fact, it's natural for them to be rewarded. Because Japanese soldiers can't make them 14-year-old girls again. But they prioritize consistent apologies from the Japanese government before compensation. So '2015, the Japanese military sexual slavery agreement' refused. Because what is more important than compensation is the consistent apology and attitude of the Japanese government. North Korea also has the Japanese military sexual slavery survivor. She says needs the Japanese government compensation, not the private fund. That means first a proper apology from the Japanese government is needed. I'm sorry that there are no English subtitles. Of course the reason why they went there is also important. Any Korean adoptive father or anybody Korean who did wrong should be blamed in history. All of them. But only, Japanese accusations do not include the atrocities of the Japanese army. That makes me angry. Should I find more Japanese atrocities and show them? And do you affirm that there was no "human trafficking" or "false recruitment" of the Japanese army? - The document is a Japanese document from Japan and the Japanese military falsely recruited girls. Search key word1 : "위안부는 일본군 소속" 강제연행 문서 첫 공개 / YTN Search key word2 : 영상한국사 I 225 일본 ‘위안부’ 모집의 실상과 위안소 운영 방법 Search key word3 : 위안부 모집에 일본군 개입한 문서 찾았다 I also want to apologize to my Vietnamese friends as a Korean. For the first time in school, I heard In detail about the Korean army in the Vietnam War from my teacher. Since then, I have learned the horrors of the Vietnam War more deeply through many Korean media. Moon Jae-in, Roh Moo-hyun and Kim Dae-jung conveyed the mind of apology to Vietnam. but this is not enough. Victims should be prioritized. The Vietnam War is a battle in which Koreans participated in the war between the United States and Vietnam. Most Koreans acknowledge and apologize for the atrocities the Korean military committed in the Vietnam War. There are far-right groups in any country. They speak of the honor of the Korean military first about the Vietnam War. Of course, we cannot hate the Korean troops who participated in the war from the perspective of Koreans. But if they are bad for women and children's civilians, it should of course apologize and compensate. It's a separate matter. There are also people in Korea who naturally have opposing opinions. But the mainstream thinking that society is pursuing exists. I think most Korean thinking should apologize for the atrocities of the Vietnam War, and that is the universal values and lessons that mankind has to pursue through war..

    4. 김소현
      김소현
      18 uur geleden

      If you wonder why Koreans, Chinese, Indonesians, Malaysians, Vietnamese, Taiwanese, Filipino etc. are still angry? Pleases search the K.E.Y. W.O.R.D below on NLrock. It's up to you to judge. I don't speak English well. So I translate a few things and leave the same message here and there. So I feel sorry for giving inconvenience to others. But I feel that this is the only little thing I can do now. I don't risk my life for independence like my ancestors, but just a small reminder. However, I just hope that at least one person does not turn a blind eye to the truth by searching the keywords below. Using history as a mirror, we should develop. I just hope it is just and moderate. ★The present position of the Japanese government Search key word : Prime Minister Abe Shinzo’s Lies ★ A far-right Japanese that does not apologize and loathe to Koreans. Search key word : Japan's anti-Korean hate speech: British journalist's view ★ Japanese Military Sexual Slavery Search key word1 : Life As A “Comfort Woman”: Story of Kim Bok-Dong | STAY CURIOUS #9 Search key word2 : Japanese Military Sexual Slavery Search key word3 : 10 Worst Japanese War Crimes Search key word4 : Japanese soldiers killed comfort woman and ate her flesh Search key word5 : Japanese Military Sexual Violence Victims 일본군 성폭력 피해자 Search key word6 : Rape Sex Slaves & Comfort Women: Japanese Atrocities in Asia Search key word7 : Japanese Military Sex Slaves Search key word8 : Comfort Womens FOR jAPAN aRMY @@@@@ Search key word9 : Short Animation For Her - English ( Subtitles rework ) Search key word10 : China's last "comfort woman" suing Japan dies ★ North Korean woman : Japan military sexual slavery Search key word1 : [컬러복원버전] 만삭의 위안부 Search key word2 : 뉴스타파, '만삭의 위안부' 박영심 할머니 원본 영상과 인터뷰 공개 Search key word3 : 뉴스타파 목격자들 47회 “슬픈 귀향 1부 ‘북녘 할머니의 증언’” Search key word4 : Korean Comfort Women Video / KBS뉴스(News) ★Taiwanese woman : Japan military sexual slavery Search key word1 : JAPAN: TAIWANESE COMFORT WOMEN SUE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT Search key word1 : 二战台湾慰安妇 WW II Taiwanese Comfort Women ★ German woman : Japanese military sexual slavery Search key word : [이 시각 세계] "일본군, 동맹국 독일 여성들도 성노예로" (2020.11.13/뉴스투데이/MBC) ★ Dutch Australians woman : Japanese military sexual slavery Search key word1 : "Comfort Woman" survivor, Jan Ruff O'Herne on Talking Heads in 2009 Search key word2 : Japan's wartime atrocities: Japanese Army's Sex Slaves ★ Philippines woman : Japanese military sexual slavery Search key word1 : Philippines' WWII sex slaves demand justice from Japan Search key word2 : Ethelin Teo dressed as a boy for years to avoid becoming a "comfort woman" | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word3 : Meet Estelita Dy: A Filipino Comfort Woman Survivor | STAY CURIOUS #13 Search key word4 : FILIPINO COMFORT WOMEN || WHAT HAPPENED TO THEM DURING WORLD WAR 2 ★ Malaysia Survivors Interview Search key word1 : Ethelin Teo dressed as a boy for years to avoid becoming a "comfort woman" | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word2 : The Japanese Occupation of Kuala Lumpur, through the eyes of a survivor | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word3 : Pak Omar witnessed Japan's first major attack of WWII | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word4 : Yap Chwee Lan saved countless lives in her attic during WWII | THE LAST SURVIVORS Search key word5 : James Jeremiah survived Japan's WWII bombing of Penang | THE LAST SURVIVORS ★ The Women Who Used Tattoos to Save Themselves From Sexual Slavery (Full Length) Search key word : The Women Who Used Tattoos to Save Themselves From Sexual Slavery (Full Length) ★ The document is a Japanese document from Japan and the Japanese military falsely recruited girls. Search key word1 : "위안부는 일본군 소속" 강제연행 문서 첫 공개 / YTN Search key word2 : 영상한국사 I 225 일본 ‘위안부’ 모집의 실상과 위안소 운영 방법 Search key word3 : 위안부 모집에 일본군 개입한 문서 찾았다 ★ Unit 731 Search key word1 : Japanese World War II veterans recall horrors of Unit 731 Search key word2 : The Horrors of Unit 731 Search key word3 : UNIT 731 & The Devil's Doctors - Beyond The Dark #2 Search key word4 : Why Japan's UNIT 731 Made the SS Look NICE Search key word5 : ZDF documentary on Unit 731 Search key word6 : NIT 731 - Harbin museum ★ Hashima Island Search key word1 : The dark history of conscription and forced labor behind Japan's Hashima Island Search key word2 : 4 Angles-The Truth of Hashima Island Search key word3 : 【TVPP】HaHa - Finding hajima Island victims cemetery Search key word4 : [무한 도전] 무한 도전-하하, '하시 마섬'방문 조부모 생존자 이야기 20150912 Search key word5 : [Infinite Challenge] 무한도전 - Haha, A heartbreaking story of the 'Hashima Island' 20150912 ★ The Kanto Massacre Search key word1 : 너무나도 끔찍한 일제의 관동대지진 조선인 학살 사건 Search key word2 : Japan's State Crime - Kanto Massacre of Koreans by Japanese Imperialists Search key word3 : [4 Angles] The Great Kanto Earthquake and Massacre of Ethnic Koreans in Japan Search key word4 : 4 Angles-The Great Kanto Earthquake and Massacre of Ethnic Koreans in Japan 관동 Search key word5 : Arirang Special - M60Ep224C02 Massacre conducted by the Japanese Governmen Search key word6 : Arirang Special - M60Ep224C01 The Kanto Earthquake of 1923 ★ The Nanjing Massacre Search key word1 : The Nanking Massacre | Documentary Search key word2 : THE NANJING MASSACRE - DOCUMENTARY OF THE RAPE OF NANKING Search key word3 : Extremely rare evidence of Nanjing Massacre filmed by US pastor in 1937 Search key word4 : Rape in Nanking Words from WWII Japanese Soldiers ★ Japan's atrocities on the American island of Tinian Search key word1 : WWII in Color-Battle of Tinian Search key word2 : WW II : RARE COLOR FILM : SAIPAN AND MARIANAS

    5. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      "The 'forgotten' My Lai: South Korea's Vietnam War massacres" South Korea's 'crucial' role In September 1965, President Park Chung-hee, a former army general who had seized power in a coup four years earlier, ordered thousands of South Korean combat troops to pour into Vietnam. *They formed the bulk of of the Free World Military Assistance Forces, an unlikely grouping of troops from South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain and Taiwan* According to a 2016 report by the US School of Advanced Military Studies, "the ROK (Republic of Korea) Army played a crucial role in the US Army's operations ... and by 1972, outnumbered their American partners." Around 320,000 South Korean soldiers would rotate through Vietnam during the war, with more than 50,000 in the country at the height of their deployment, according to the SAMS report. Despite this, South Korea's role in the conflict is little known in the West, where the Vietnam War is near universally depicted in popular culture as being fought by US troops, with other nations reduced to minor supporting roles. In the "Winter Soldier" hearings organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a transcript of which was later entered into the Congressional Record by Sen. Mark Hatfield, soldiers testified, in Kerry's words, to how "they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam." They also testified about the conduct of their allies. One witness told the "Winter Soldier" hearings how they handed over four captured female North Vietnamese army nurses to ROK Marines. "They tied their hands to the ground, they spread-eagled them: they raped all four," he said, going on to describe how the Korean troops mutilated and murdered the women. ----- *In another words, “if South Korea could use this against Japan, we would use this forever. Otherwise, we ignore and cover this up*

  96. Susan Sharp
    Susan Sharp
    4 dagen geleden

    I am so sorry Madame Kim.....so sorry

    1. Mrlemania
      Mrlemania
      2 dagen geleden

      "The 'forgotten' My Lai: South Korea's Vietnam War massacres" South Korea's 'crucial' role In September 1965, President Park Chung-hee, a former army general who had seized power in a coup four years earlier, ordered thousands of South Korean combat troops to pour into Vietnam. *They formed the bulk of of the Free World Military Assistance Forces, an unlikely grouping of troops from South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Spain and Taiwan* According to a 2016 report by the US School of Advanced Military Studies, "the ROK (Republic of Korea) Army played a crucial role in the US Army's operations ... and by 1972, outnumbered their American partners." Around 320,000 South Korean soldiers would rotate through Vietnam during the war, with more than 50,000 in the country at the height of their deployment, according to the SAMS report. Despite this, South Korea's role in the conflict is little known in the West, where the Vietnam War is near universally depicted in popular culture as being fought by US troops, with other nations reduced to minor supporting roles. In the "Winter Soldier" hearings organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, a transcript of which was later entered into the Congressional Record by Sen. Mark Hatfield, soldiers testified, in Kerry's words, to how "they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam." They also testified about the conduct of their allies. One witness told the "Winter Soldier" hearings how they handed over four captured female North Vietnamese army nurses to ROK Marines. "They tied their hands to the ground, they spread-eagled them: they raped all four," he said, going on to describe how the Korean troops mutilated and murdered the women. ----- *In another words, “if South Korea could use this against Japan, we would use this forever. Otherwise, we ignore and cover this up*

    2. Susan Sharp
      Susan Sharp
      2 dagen geleden

      @Pale Blue I believe the woman....she suffered, period.

    3. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      3 dagen geleden

      Kim is lying!!! 😄😄😄😄😄

    4. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      3 dagen geleden

      The former Comfort Women’s testimonies are inconsistent and untrustworthy 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. ⚫︎ 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. ⚫︎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. ⚫︎ 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"

    5. Kao rin
      Kao rin
      3 dagen geleden

      [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.

  97. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    4 dagen geleden

    ★★★ Complete ignore is the best attack against a malicious stalker. ★★★ That's why now the Japanese government is completely ignoring the South Korean government!!! 😄😄😄😄😄

    1. Pale Blue
      Pale Blue
      3 dagen geleden

      @ryota You are Korean. Get out of here!!

    2. ryota
      ryota
      3 dagen geleden

      please... please.. Let's not deny our mistakes.. i'm very ashemed because of your comments

  98. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    4 dagen geleden

    🔴 Japanese historians know well the lies of former Korean comfort women. At that time, the Japanese military never abducted Korean women. However, it is true that they worked in comfort stations, so the Japanese government apologized and compensated in 2015. 🔴 But think twice. They were making money. Why does the Japanese government have to apologize?? At that time, many of the comfort women were Japanese. Former Japanese comfort women have received no apology or no compensation from the Japanese government even now. Because, all the comfort women were merely making money actually. 🔴 Why did the Japanese government have to apologize to only Korean women?? ★★★ The reason is that Korean women lied that they were abducted by the Japanese military.

  99. Pale Blue
    Pale Blue
    4 dagen geleden

    👿 Obviously, Kim is lying!!! The Japanese never abducted Korean women at that time!! In those days, poor Koreans borrowed a large amount of money from Korean prostitution intermediaries. So, their daughters had to work in comfort stations in order to pay off their debts. 👿 The victims were daughters, and the perpetrators were their parents!!! 😠😠😠😠😠😠