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April 12, 2007

Report on “Japanese Mlitary Comfort Women System” by the U.S. Congressional Research Service, which was delivered to the congressmen on April 3

Filed under: IANFU 'comfort women',Korea,U.S.A. — Sei-no-Syounagon @ 9:45 am

Report on “Japanese Mlitary Comfort Women System” by the U.S. Congressional Research Service, which was delivered to the congressmen on April 3

http://ianfu.blogspot.com/2007/04/congressional-research-service-report.html

“The military may not have directly carried out the majority of recruitment, especially in Korea…”

I was disappointed because there were a lot of factual errors in this report.
Moreover, some facts that should report are not described. The person in charge of this report completely disregards the  reward and the treatment, etc. of the comfort women written in detail to the report of the U.S. military at the World War II.
However, it is a delightful change that the Yoshida,Seiji’s testimony adopted for the last year’s report of the CRS is deleted, and one sentence of the above-mentioned appeared in the replacement.

 The person in charge of this report might have learnt the Yoshida testimony is false after last year’s report had been submitted.
They have the responsibility of clearly describing the facts that related to the Yoshida testimony.
Because the Yoshida testimony is the starting point of the comfort women “Problem”.  Asahi Shimbun(Tokyo, Japan, Leftist newspaper to cooperate with “People’s Daily” the official newspaper of the Communist Party of China) reported the Yoshida testimony many times without verifying whether the fact.  The comfort women “Problem” has developed into a large problem in Japan and South Korea.
To conceal their failures, they blotted out the existence of the Yoshida testimony.
It is the same as not writing the name of “Shakespeare” in the report that describes the influence that “Romeo and Juliet” and “Hamlet”, etc gave to the arts of future generations at all.
If the Japanese says as follows, it be exaggeration?
“The inquiry capabilitiy of the person in charge of the report is  low, and, he is insincere and unfair.”

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  1. […] Report on “Japanese Military Comfort Women System” by the U.S. Congressional Research Service was delivered to the congressmen on April 3. […]

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