Sunday, April 8, 2018

Comfort Women film exposes AGAIN

 Link to above video:

Comfort Women film exposes AGAIN

A U.S. Army film reported to support women in servitudes proves nothing as it is silent and the Army’s document attached to the film reports nothing like it.

The South Korean Seoul City government in concert with Seoul National University released a video of a film they located after two years of research.  The video / film were located at the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration in College Park, Maryland, outside Washington, DC.  The College Park National Archives campus is the repository for U.S. military records. 

It is a 15 September 1944 film documents Tengchong, China, a trench with a number of dead bodies.  According to the added narration those dead bodies are murdered Korean Comfort Women.  They claim the Japanese murdered them.  

The film was made by the U.S. Army Signal Corps and discovered at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland, outside Washington, D.C.  The reports about this film failed to show the documentation attached to this film by the U.S. Army Signal Corps in 1944. 

That documentation located at the Archives note the following about those dead bodies:

-          Chinese soldiers strip socks off dead Japanese soldiers.

-          Chinese solder loots Japanese dead.

According to the person who made the film it was of dead Japanese, no mention of women of any type. Claiming they were women is a purposeful lie. 

Link to the National Archives document:

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