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Comfort women issue...The so-called "comfort women" refer to women who worked as prostitutes for Japanese soldiers during World War II. Needless to say, army life is full of lively men. They cannot dowithout women. So private brothels which provided sexual services to soldiers were needed by the army. Each Soldier paid money to private brothels or comfort women and got sexual services. Most of comfort women worked as prostitutes. The so-called "comfort women" were no different than prostitutes. However, since the early 1990s in South Korea, self-confessed ex-comfort women, who claimed that they were forced into prostitution against their will, have begun to appear one after another. There are many testimonies by self-confessed ex-comfort women. But no matter how hard the mass media looked for the proof, they couldn't find anything. Instead, they found newspaper ads for comfort women. That is to say, there is not a single thread of evidence to prove that the Japanese military forced women to work as prostitutes. The video that I'm about to show you is a recorded image showing Komori Yoshihisa of Japan's Sankei Shinbun newspaper being interviewed on the comfort women issue for the PBS series Foreign Exchange with Fareed Zakaria On March 29, 2007. This was just when US Congressman Mike Honda's Resolution 121, which calls on the Japanese government to apologize for having forced young women to become sex slaves during World War II, was discussed in the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

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Posted in: New Jersey town's monument to Korean sex slaves upsetting Japanese officials See in context

A "comfort girl" is nothing more than a prostitute. The political propaganda of South Korea.

Report No. 49: Japanese POW Interrogation on Prostitution Date of Report: October 1, 1944

PREFACE This report is based on the information obtained from the interrogation of twenty Korean "comfort girls" and two Japanese civilians captured around the tenth of August, 1944 in the mopping up operations after the fall of Myitkyin a in Burma. The report shows how the Japanese recruited these Korean "comfort girls", the conditions under which they lived and worked, their relations with and reaction to the Japanese soldier, and their understanding of the military situation. A "comfort girl" is nothing more than a prostitute or "professional camp follower" attached to the Japanese Army for the benefit of the soldiers. The word "comfort girl" is peculiar to the Japanese.

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Posted in: New Jersey town's monument to Korean sex slaves upsetting Japanese officials See in context

In addition, the Japanese government has denied this article. Is said to send Cherry blossoms to Palisades Park Japanese government, Cherry blossoms are a lot to the United States. IT is lie think of South Korea people .

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