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Posted in: Japan, S Korea divided over wartime history, Fukushima water release See in context

South Korea has no intention of improving ties with Japan. It dissolved the comfort women foundation formed by Japan and lied about consulting the U.S. before threatening to scrap GSOMIA, and an activist leader was arrested for embezzling money meant for the comfort women.

South Korea's only priority is victimizing itself and indoctrinating its people to hate. It's the only country where children draw pictures of Japan being nuked and people will set themselves on fire at protests, break into the Japanese embassy, refuse to fuel Japanese vehicles, and put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal”. I grew up with my own parents constantly reminding me what Japan did over seventy years ago.

Instead of constantly blaming Japan, Korea needs to look at deep look at itself. The hypocrisy makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: S Korean court rejects appeal from ex-comfort women on Japan assets See in context

South Korea is using its victim status to indoctrinate its children to hate Japan. Their children drew pictures of Japan bring nuked, and a district tried to make it mandatory to put stickers in classrooms that say “This device was made by a war criminal”. My classmates in high school spit on me for wanting to study in Japan. My own parents constantly reminded me what Japan did as if it happened yesterday instead of seventy years ago.

Just two years ago, people were harassing a US official for having a moustache similar to a long dead Japanese general's, three people tried to break into the Japanese embassy, and the government lied about consulting the US about scrapping GSOMIA.

Meanwhile, Moon dissolved the comfort women foundation that Japan created, and the leader of a Korean activist group was arrested for embezzling money meant for the comfort women.

South Korea's obsession with Japan is hypocrytical and self-destructive and makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: 85 plaintiffs appeal S Korean court ruling dismissing wartime labor case See in context

Japan has paid and apologized for its crimes, yey South Korea continues to victimize itself and indoctrinate its children to believe they're owed something. They will show pictures drawn by children of Japan being nuked, set themselves on fire at protests, refuse to refuel Japanese cars, harass a US diplomat for having a moustache similar to a Japanese general's, and try to put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal”. The Moon administration dissolved the comfort women fund that Japan started, threatened to pull out of GSOMIA, then lied about consulting the US. When I was a child, my own parents and grandparents constantly reminded me what Japan did as if they happened yesterday. The endless hatred and indoctrination makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: Controversial art exhibition to open in Tokyo on June 25 See in context

The comfort women have become a symbol of anti-Japan propaganda and Korean nationalism and self-victimization.

Japan created a comfort women foundation that Moon dissolved so Korea could maintain its victim status. Just last year, it was discovered a Korean activist group was embezzling money meant for the surviving comfort women.

Moon may say he wants to strengthen ties, but Koreans are only interested in victimizing themselves.

They are the only people who set themselves on fire at protests, try to make it mandatory to put stickers in classrooms that say “This device was made by a war criminal”, and indoctrinate their children to hate Japan. As a child, my own parents constantly reminded me of what Japan did seventy years ago as if it happened yesterday.

Such insincere, hypocritical behavior makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: Seoul court rejects slave labor claim against 16 Japanese firms See in context

South Koreans are indoctrinated into believing they are still owed something over what happened seventy years ago. They are so obsessed with victimizing themselves that they set themselves on fire at protests, tried to make it mandatory to put stickers in classrooms that say “This device was made by a war criminal”, and indoctrinate their children to hate Japan. As a child, I grew up with my own parents constantly reminding me of what Japan did seventy years ago as if it happened yesterday.

Such behavior is self-righteous, self-harming, and makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: S Korea court to rule June 10 on 16 Japanese firms' wartime labor case See in context

South Korea needs to get over what Japan did seventy years ago and stop indoctrinating its children to hate. This is the country where children drew pictures of Japan being nuked, schools tried to put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal”, gas stations refused to refuel Japanese cars, and people set themselves on fire at protests. 

I grew up with my own parents constantly reminding me what Japan did as if it happened yesterday instead of seventy years ago. The self-righteous self-victimization makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: Seoul court rejects wartime sex slaves' suit against Japan See in context

Japan has compensated for its war crimes multiple times. It's time for South Korea to get over the past instead of victimizing itself and indoctrinating its children to hate Japan. It's the only country where people break into the Japanese embassy, refuse to refuel Japanese cars, set themselves on fires at protests, try to make it mandatory to put in schools stickers that say “This device was made by a war criminal”, and harass a U.S. diplomat for having a moustache similar to a Japanese general's. I grew up with my own parents constantly reminding me of what Japan did seventy years ago as if it happened yesterday.

The people are indoctrinated into believing they are still owed something over what happened seventy years ago. The hypocritical, self-righteous attitude makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: Minneapolis ex-policeman Chauvin convicted of murder in Floyd case See in context

It's about time the police is held accountable for all the lives they took.

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Posted in: S Korean students shave heads in protest over Japan's Fukushima water release plan See in context

Koreans go mental over anything related to Japan. These same people drove a car into the Japanese embassy, refused to refuel Japanese cars, set themselves on fire at protests, and tried to put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal".

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Posted in: S Korea aims to fight Japan's Fukushima decision at world tribunal See in context

@smithinjapan

Here's what's going to be amusing.

Japan and many wannabe-Japanese, will simply say SK has no right to say what Japan does, and it is not an issue for International courts. Then, when SKorea once again bans imports as a result, Japan will cry victim and demand it go to the ICJ and demand SKorea start imports again because it's "not fair!".

When Japan removed South Korea from its whitelist, Koreans broke out in a mass boycott, refused to refuel Japanese cars, broke into the Japanese embassy, and threatened to pull out of GSOMIA. Hard to top that.

@Thomas Goodtime

When Japan stops treating them like crap?

Meanwhile, Koreans are indoctrinating their children to hate Japan, trying to put stickers in elementary school classrooms saying "This device was made by a war criminal”, harassing a US diplomat for having a moustache similar to a Japanese general's, drawing crayon pictures of Japan being nuked, and dissolving the comfort women fund started by Japan itself just so they can keep victimizing themselves. I grew up with my own parents constantly reminding me what Japan did as if it happened yesterday instead of seventy years ago.

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Posted in: S Korea court to rule on 'comfort women' suit against Japan in April See in context

@Samit Basu

Then you should never agree with what Japan's rightwing politicians are doing to Japan since you know too well on the details of the crimes of Imperial Japan, and why Japan's neighbors are eager to settle score by war.

"You're Korean. You should think this. How dare you think for yourself."

Typical indoctrinated Korean response.

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Posted in: Japan complains over U.S. military's use of term 'East Sea' See in context

South Korea is deceiving countries into playing along with its self-victimization narrative while it's indoctrinating its people to hate Japan. Only in that country will gas stations refuse to refuel Japanese cars and people will drive a car into the Japanese embassy. It was just two years ago when people were harassing a US diplomat for having a moustache similar to a long dead Japanese general's, three people tried to break into the Japanese embassy, and the government lied about consulting the US about scrapping GSOMIA. The hypocrisy makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: S Korea court to rule on 'comfort women' suit against Japan in April See in context

South Korea doesn't deserve any more money after dissolving the fund set up by Japan itself and embezzling money meant for the comfort women last year.

Koreans are stuck in the past because they've been indoctrinated into hating Japan and victimizing themselves. They are the only people who will set themselves on fire at protests, refuse to refuel Japanese cars, harass a US diplomat for having a moustache similar to a Japanese general's, and try to put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal”. They threatened to pull out of GSOMIA, putting millions of lives at risk of nuclear war, then lied about consulting the US. When I was a child, my own parents and grandparents constantly reminded me what Japan did as if they happened yesterday.

Instead of constantly demanding money from Japan, South Korea needs to look at itself and its culture of self-victimization.

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Posted in: S Korea's Moon says Tokyo Olympics may be chance to revitalize diplomacy See in context

This, from the country that threatened to pull out of GSOMIA, putting millions of lives at risk of nuclear war. 

South Korea cares more about diplomacy with North Korea than with Japan. The week after Trump first met Kim Jong Un, South Korea cancelled its joint military drill with the US near the border, yet it still did a drill over the Liancourt Rocks in case of an attack by Japan. A survey found that almost half of people in South Korea would side with North Korea in a war against Japan, while forty percent said "I don't know". Another survey found that South Koreans view Abe less favorably than Kim Jong Un, a dictator who imprisons entire families and holds public executions.

Moon's talk of diplomacy reeks of insincerity. The hypocrisy makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: S Korean sex slave survivor wants U.N. court judgment See in context

@vanityofvanities

Do majority of Koreans agree to anti-Japan moves? I heard that President Biden scolded Korean government for their impetuous anti-Japan attitude. It is hurting the unity of the free world.

I was born and raised Korean. I grew up with my parents and grandparents constantly reminding me of what Japan did seventry years ago. My classmates spit on me for wanting to study in Japan. During the trade dispute, young Koreans flooded the streets demanding the boycott of Japanese goods, gas stations refused to refuel Japanese cars, and several men were arrested for breaking into the Japanese embassy. A district tried to pass a law mandating that devices in classrooms have a sticker on them that says "This device was made by a war criminal". My friend who is a teacher in Korea told me about a sixth-grader who said that all Japanese are evil.

Koreans constantly victimize themselves and rave about Japan hating them when they're the ones indoctrinating their children to hate. The hypocrisy and self-righteousness make me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: S Korean sex slave survivor wants U.N. court judgment See in context

South Koreans are stuck in the past because they've been indoctrinated into hating Japan and victimizing themselves. They are the only people who will set themselves on fire at protests, refuse to refuel Japanese cars, harass a US diplomat for having a moustache similar to a Japanese general's, and try to put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal”. They threatened to pull out of GSOMIA, putting millions of lives at risk of nuclear war, then lied about consulting the US. When I was a child, my own parents and grandparents constantly reminded me what Japan did as if they happened yesterday.

South Korea needs to look at itself instead of constantly victimizing itself and blaming things that happened seventy years ago.

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Posted in: S Korea drops description of Japan as 'partner' in defense white paper See in context

So much for Moon's speech about improving ties with Japan. South Korea cares more about war crimes that happened over seventy years ago than they do about protecting millions of lives from nuclear war, which they made clear when they threatened to pull out of GSOMIA and lied about consulting the U.S.

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Posted in: Japan urges South Korea to drop wartime compensation demands See in context

South Korea has no intention of improving ties with Japan. It dissolved the comfort women foundation formed by Japan and lied about consulting the U.S. before threatening to scrap GSOMIA, putting millions of lives at risk of nuclear war.

South Korea's only priority is victimizing itself and indoctrinating its people to hate. It's the only country where people will set themselves on fire at protests, break into the Japanese embassy, and try to put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal”.

The hypocrisy makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: New S Korean ambassador eyes political solutions to issues with Japan See in context

A Korean that grew up in South Korea, or one that was born and grew up in Japan and wasn’t considered a Japanese citizen until you chose to apply for citizenship?

A Korean born in Seoul, raised in Yongin, and moved to the U.S., if you really want to know.

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Posted in: New S Korean ambassador eyes political solutions to issues with Japan See in context

It is time for the Japanese government to escape from the old attitudes originating from the WWII to be flexible in accepting the past history and facing the future.

As a Korean, I know from experience that the collectivism is a hundred times worse in South Korea, the country where people broke into the Japanese embassy, refused to refuel Japanese cars, set themselves on fires at protests, tried to make it mandatory to put in schools stickers that said “This device was made by a war criminal”, and harassed a U.S. diplomat for having a moustache similar to a Japanese general's. I grew up with my own parents constantly reminding me of what Japan did seventy years ago as if it happened yesterday.

The people are indoctrinated into believing they are owed something over what happened seventy years ago. The hypocritical, self-righteous attitude makes me ashamed to be Korean.

If anyone needs to stop living in the past and looking for excuses to hate, it's South Korea.

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Posted in: Japan considers various options against S Korea 'comfort women' ruling See in context

By now I'm convinced Korea has no intention of reconciling with Japan.

The Korean government does not care about reconciling or the comfort women. It dissolved the comfort women fund that Japan created, and the leader of an activist group was arrested for embezzling money meant for the comfort women.

South Korea's only priority is maintaining their grudge against Japan and victimizing themselves. Look up the pictures of Japan being nuked that were drawn by children and displayed in a train station. Or the people who broke into the Japanese embassy, drove a car through the Japanese embassy, or harassed a US diplomat for having a moustache similar to a Japanese general's.

And South Korea accuses Japan of being insincere.

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Posted in: Japan considers various options against S Korea 'comfort women' ruling See in context

The fact that South Korea is demanding more money after dissolving the comfort women fund that Japan funded and embezzling money meant for the comfort women shows a utter lack of sincerity. 

South Koreans are only concerned with victimizing themselves. They are the only people who will set themselves on fire at protests, refuse to refuel Japanese cars, and try to put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal”. When I was a child, my own parents and grandparents constantly reminded me what Japan did as if it happened yesterday instead of seventy years ago. 

Instead of fixing its own people, the country is indoctrining them to believe they are owed something. The hypocrisy makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: S Korea to continue efforts to improve ties with Japan, says Moon See in context

If he wants to improve ties, he should address the people in his own country setting themselves on fire at protests, breaking into the Japanese embassy, refusing to refuel Japanese cars, harassing a US diplomat for having a moustache similar to a Japanese general's, and trying to trying to put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal”. I grew up with my own parents constantly reminding me what Japan did as if it happened yesterday instead of seventy years ago.

The hypocrisy and insincerity make me ashamed to be Korean. Sadly, in South Korea, words speak louder than actions.

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Posted in: S Korea to continue efforts to improve ties with Japan, says Moon See in context

Unlike Japan, SK is a mature democracy where law is separate from government. 

Tell that to the dozens of English teachers who were deported or the Korean professor who was arrested for publishing a book revealing that there were comfort women who willingly entered comfort stations and other Koreans who helped scout and coerce women.

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Posted in: S Korea to continue efforts to improve ties with Japan, says Moon See in context

This from the country that lied about consulting the US before threatening to scrap GSOMIA. South Korea has repeatedly said it wants to build better ties when every action it takes goes against that. Blatant hypocrisy.

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Posted in: Japan calls S Korean court ruling on 'comfort women' regrettable, unacceptable See in context

Moon Jae-in fragrant disregard to the pensioners welfare, pensioners that need and demand closure, pensioners that wish to spend their final time in a peaceful quite life, are presented with Moon Jae-in intent on wheeling them all in front of the Embassy of Japan in Seoul then proverbially ramming them head long in its walls and entrance.

Reminds me of the time someone literally drove a car through the embassy. Or more recently, when several men broke into the embassy, or when people harassed a US diplomat for just having a moustache similar to a Japanese general's, or when a district tried to put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal”.

The Koreans complaining about Japan being insincere should look at their own people. The hypocrisy makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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Posted in: South Korean court orders Japan to compensate 12 former sex slaves See in context

South Korea doesn't deserve any more money after embezzling money meant for the comfort women last year and lying about consulting the US about scrapping GSOMIA.

They are obsessed with making themselves the victims when in reality, they are hypocrites.

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Posted in: South Korean court orders Japan to compensate 12 former sex slaves See in context

I hope these young koreans have not been brainwashed into hating all things Japanese. Otherwise, this will issue will never be resolved.

Ask the children who drew the pictures of Japan being nuked that were displayed in a public train station, or the people setting themselves on fire at protests, breaking into the Japanese embassy, harassing a US diplomat for just having a moustache similar to a Japanese general's, refusing to refuel Japanese cars, or trying to trying to put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal”. I grew up with my own parents constantly reminding me what Japan did as if it happened yesterday instead of seventy years ago.

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Posted in: Japan-S Korea deadlock to continue despite Biden push to mend ties See in context

Korea is obsessed with victimizing itself while there are people setting themselves on fire at protests, breaking into the Japanese embassy, harassing a US diplomat for just having a moustache similar to a Japanese general's, refusing to refuel Japanese cars, and trying to trying to put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal”. Not to mention the activist group that was embezzling money meant for the surviving comfort women or the time Korea lied about consulting the White House before announcing its plan to scrap GSOMIA.

If Korea wants to suck up to the US, it needs to stop blaming everything on Japan and fix the problem with its own people.

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Posted in: Japan-S Korea ties remain frosty 5 years after 'comfort women' deal See in context

You know that Korea has a problem with self-victimization when multiple people set themselves on fire at protests, or try to put stickers in classrooms saying “This device was made by a war criminal”. Not to mention the activist group that was embezzling money meant for the surviving comfort women. The people have been indoctrinated to equate their victim status with patriotism. The hypocrisy makes me ashamed to be Korean.

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