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COMFORT WOMEN FOR U.S. MILITARY SUE SOUTH KOREAN GOVERNMENT
America forces were holding the Koreans sex slave of 500,000 people!
America apologized to South Korea!
—- but the women in clubs near U.S. bases weren’t and aren’t “slaves” they weren’t kidnapped and ordered around. —- NOT TRUE. The US, UN, and South Korean Military use of Comfort Women has been ongoing for 70 years and is replete with force, coercion, violence, and all of the same indicators that everyone who sees the same thing in the Japanese system calls “horrendous” So where are the statues to the US Comfort Women? What about the Hotel Street Girls who from the 1930s through 1943 were restricted to that one street, and were not allowed anywhere else in Hawaii, even to shop or go to church (illegal confinement) and Order number 83 from the Military Governorship of the Island in 1943 which explicitly stated the women were under US military authority. Each American Comfort Women assembly line would service up to 100 US servicemen a day, many of the women were provided Narcotics by their house masters to keep them compliant, and racial segregation was enforced after Dec 7th so no minority war workers or military personnel were allowed in the Hotel Street area. As is apparent most people not only don’t understand the Japanese Comfort Women system, but are woefully ignorant of the US and South Korean use of that same system for decades. Oh and by the way, the Korean Comfort Women also married Japanese soldiers, so based on your feedback that makes it ok? http://www.humantrafficking.org/uploads/publications/modern_day_comfort_women.pdf
Posted July 3rd, 2014 by KoreAm | Written by Steve Han
by STEVE HAN
South Korean “comfort women” are often known as those who were forced into sexual slavery for the Japanese military during World War II. The long-standing controversy centering on South Korean government’s demand for Japan’s sincere apology is still ongoing and widely publicized.
Recently, however, another group of South Korean “comfort women” sued their own government for coercing them to serve as sex slaves in state-controlled brothels for the U.S. military after the Korean War, which ended in 1953.
Korean daily Kyunghyang Shinmun reports that the alleged victims filed the lawsuit on June 25, and are seeking close to $10,000 in compensation, along with an apology, for forced prostitution. This is the first legal action by “comfort women” against the South Korean government.
The U.S. sent over 300,000 troops to South Korea for the Korean War, which lasted from 1950 to 1953. The so-called “comfort stations” allegedly operated on the frontline throughout and after the war. While working in brothels, the women allegedly went through medical check-ups for sexually transmitted diseases.
It is reported that over 60 percent of all South Korean prostitutes worked near U.S. military camps in the 1950s and 1960s.
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