Friday, May 9, 2014

韓国の従軍慰安婦声明についてオバマ大統領に質問 A question for President Obama concerning his Comfort Women statement in Korea

President Obama, with all due respect, you have really messed up.  You made your declaration that Japan was so very wrong in The Pacific War concerning the Comfort Women system.


However, did you know that the Korean government still continues a Comfort Women system for their own Army today?  Right now?


They are guarded by Korean military police.  This means the system is supported by the government.  The location in the above link is 40 kilometers from Panmunjon.


Photos of present day Korean military prostitutes in Korea.


By implication, by taking the Korean side in this issue, you are saying that they are correct, and that you support South Korean military prostitution.  Is this true?


The only difference I can see here is in the war, the Japanese run system had more protection for the girls, they were safer.  I make this comment because I have lived in Korea.


And in your home state of Hawaii, the US military and the government of Hawaii cooperated to establish a Comfort Women system at Hotel Street in Honolulu.


American sailors line up for Comfort women.


Mr. President, South Korea is certain to attack Japan over this issue, with your backing.  Japan has paid a lot of money to Korea.


But that is not their main interest.  Oh yes of course they want money.  But they also want to subordinate Japanese society to Korean society.  This is their true goal.


And you support this.  This is the meaning of your statement.  Why do you hate Japan so?  What has Japan ever done to you?


Mr. President, your actions are not contributing to a solution.   The Koreans will demand more and more, things Japan cannot except.  While the Japanese government may seem compliant, the people no longer are.


They are angry, all of them.  This is not just a few right wingers.  There will now be much more fighting and rancor.


What is your meaning Mr. President?  You attack Japan for events 70 years ago, when America did the same thing, and South Koreans still do it today?


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