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Essay / Comfort Women Issue Don't forget the fact that Japan never stepped in any type of human trafficking

If you want to assert the historical truth, watch your tongue!
However you only want to say that there is no "historical fact" that Japanese government forced women in occupied territories to be prostitutes for Japanese Army, you'll only be able to make the issue worse than ever.

 

Please assert two aspects of the facts.

1. There is no "historical fact" that Japanese government forced women in occupied territories to be prostitutes for Japanese Army.

2. Japan as a government has never used its power to force a woman to be prostitute nor to step in any type of human trafficking. 

 

  • If you insist the fact No.1 without No.2., there can be a risk that your explanation of the salarly for "comfort women" might be twisted by evil people as if Japanese enslaved poor women by money power. So don't forget fact No.2!

There existed comfort women who had to unfortunately sell their sex due to poverty or other reasons.
However, Japan as a government has never used its power to force a woman to be prostitute nor to step in any type of human trafficking.
Moreover, the story that almost 200 thousands of women were carried on trucks near to the battlefield is a preposterous one and no one could have found any evidence.
If such incidents had happened in Korea, many rebellions should have happened because eighty percent of policemen in Korea were Korean compatriots at the time.
The first false story has grown and built up combined with the misleading explanation made by the Japanese Government, and in the result this misunderstanding has caused wide repercussions.
I would like ask all the people who concern about these poor women to examine closely again historical facts and find the people who insist such a absurd story to obtain their rewards.

Nobody want to be a slave and sad to say that there were some poor women who had to unfortunately sell their sex due to poverty or other reasons. We sincerely feel real sympathy for those ladies.

Please just understand that Japanese authorities never used its power to force a woman to be a prostitute or a comfort woman nor stepped in any type of flesh trade. In fact Japan strictly prohibited any kind of human trafficking. The applicants for comfort women must have applied on their own will by statute. However, there existed not a few cases that the parents sold their daughters to greedy merchants and false recruitment by evil merchants in those days (many of them were Korean mafias). Japanese authorities had striven to crack down on these criminal acts and these evidences are found many by historians.

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