Sunday, April 8, 2018

Comfort Women of the American Revolution

Comfort Women of the American Revolution

Bill O’Reilly wrote a thoroughly entertaining book titled “Killing England,” it is about the American Revolution.  The thirteen English colonies in America seeking independence from the United Kingdom and succeeding. 

The book starts of in 1755 (the American Revolution started twenty years later) with British General Edward Braddock’s expedition to the Ohio Valley.  He intended to capture the French Fort Duquesne on the fork of the Ohio, Monongahela, and Allegheny rivers. The 110 mile expedition started in Maryland and reported to extend four miles. 

On page 11, Mr. O’Reilly wrote:

“From his position at the rear of the column, along with the baggage, camp followers and cattle.”  The “his” is Colonel George Washington, years later to become General Washington, then President Washington.  The part in the above quote that precipitated this video is “camp followers.”

“Camp followers” were a part of many civilized armies.  These camp flowers consisted of merchants, cooks, wives, and prostitutes (comfort women, ladies of the evening).  Mimicking the behavior of the nation on the west side of the Sea of Japan, perhaps the descendants of these Comfort Women of the American Revolution should seek the following from the United Kingdom:

1 – Extortion money.
2 – A sincere apology.
3 – Placement of Comfort Women of the American Revolution statues throughout the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth. 

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