Saturday, December 7, 2013

Comfort Women statue placed to honor attempts to defeat the USA

Comfort Women statue placed to honor attempts to defeat the USA

The idiots on the City Council of Glendale, California permitted their city to be used by those who hate Japan and the USA to place a statue of a so-called Comfort Women.

The City of Glendale, California erected a statue honoring prostitution masquerading it as a memorial to the Comfort Women of Asia during and before World War Two.

The attempt was to lead people to think the Comfort Women memorial was in memory of women forced to be sex slaves for the Japanese military.  The lie was exposed by the discovery of a report issued in 1944 (a year before the war ended in the Pacific) by the U.S. Army stating these women were well paid prostitutes who were recruited. 

The report was validated by the United States National Archives and sent to the City of Glendale’s City Council to be ignored by them.   

Since Comfort Women according to the USA Army in 1944 were recruited to be well paid prostitutes to raise the morale  of the Japanese Imperial Army who were fighting the USA military.  In essence these Comfort Women contributed to the Japanese Army war effort to defeat the USA.  With that the dopes in the Glendale City Council honored these women who helped the Japanese forces facing the USA military.  Basically the statue honors an effort to defeat the USA while it also honors the women who helped the Japanese Imperial Army.

Since the City Council of Glendale is aware these Comfort Women were well-paid prostitutes, then it means the statue they erected is a beacon to attract prostitutes to their city. 

The issue of “comfort women,” continues to surface.  A brief description of “comfort women:” These were women who worked in concubines (houses of ill-repute, ladies of the evening) to service the sexual desires of the Japanese military during and before World War Two.  Historically militaries across the globe have provided for the sexual needs of their troops, either forced, or condoned prostitution, or tolerated what was known as “camp followers.”   

South Korea and North Korea (the Koreas) claim the women were sex slaves and forced by the Japanese military to serve in these concubines.  Japan claims the women were recruited to work in these concubines and paid for their services. 

In 2005 it was revealed in 1965 a settlement was agreed to (1965 Korea-Japan Claims Settlement Agreement), and signed by South Korea and Japan.  In addition as part of this settlement $800 million and soft loans (loans below market interest rates) given to the South Korean government by the nation of Japan.  Part of the agreement was this to be a final agreement on closing any claims in the future by individuals in South Korea and / or the South Korean government against Japan for any activity between 1910 and 1945.

Japan urged the South Korean government to use that money to settle claims by the South Korean people.  The government decided instead to keep the money for development and infrastructure projects.  Money also went to POSCO (a South Korean steel company), building the Gyeongbu Expressway and Soyang Dam.

Now 46 years after the settlement South Korea wants Japan to address the issue of further compensation.  What about the 1965 settlement agreement and $800 million already paid?  Good question:  it is now being claimed since the issue of sex slaves / comfort women is a crime against humanity, the issue can come up again and compensation requested. 

Question:  If another payment is made, who is to say forty years down the road the issue of “crimes against humanity” will not be resurrected again requesting more money?           

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