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Koo plans honors for comfort women

Wants two Flushing monuments, street renamings for war victims

Welcome to the discussion.


  • Evariste posted at 8:00 am on Fri, Jul 12, 2013.

    Evariste Posts: 1

    Why do people keep quiet against today’s comfort women issue?

    Modern-Day Comfort Women

  • toshiaki posted at 1:24 pm on Mon, Jun 10, 2013.

    toshiaki Posts: 1

    If 200,000 women were truly coerced into sexual slavery as the “historians” say on U.S. newspapers, there would have been a rebellion or at least several more times that number of eyewitnesses and people would have kept the records either in official papers or at least in their diaries. However, the Korean Government and people didn’t mention even a word of it in the negotiation process of 1965 Peace Treaty and brought this issue on table early in 1990s as if they suddenly came out of coma. This fact clearly indicates that the “Comfort Women” issue is just a propaganda campaign of Korean people to defame Japan or attempt to obtain money in the form of “compensation.”

    False Accusations of Comfort Women

  • Pak posted at 9:12 pm on Sat, Jun 23, 2012.

    Pak Posts: 0

    CHEAP JOURNALISM by New York Times:
    When NYT accuses Japan, comfort women are sex slaves.
    When NYT reports about comfort women for the USA, they are called "Prostitutes."

    Ex-Prostitutes Say South Korea and U.S. Enabled Sex Trade Near Bases

    "Now, a group of former prostitutes in South Korea have accused some of their country’s former leaders of a different kind of abuse: encouraging them to have sex with the American soldiers who protected South Korea from North Korea. They also accuse past South Korean governments, and the United States military, of taking a direct hand in the sex trade from the 1960s through the 1980s, working together to build a testing and treatment system to ensure that prostitutes were disease-free for American troops."


  • Pak posted at 9:44 pm on Sun, Jun 17, 2012.

    Pak Posts: 0

    Then, you'll have to erect a monument for comfort women who served for American soldiers during Korean War, Vietnam War, and the occupation in Japan to commemorate those unfortunate women who became comfort women. We have to remember how they were treated.