NY州議会 慰安婦決議反対! メッセージを送ろう(2013)

NY州 慰安婦決議反対!
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2013年5月7日、NY州議会下院にて決議K415「世界知られる慰安婦を賞する記念碑を立てた韓国系米国人コミュニティを称える決議」が採択されました。

上院の決議は日本非難の要素が少なく、慰安記念碑を記念する、というような内容でしたが、下院決議は、2007年米国下院決議121号(慰安婦決議)を基にした文章で「慰安婦制度は日本政府による軍の強制売春で、集団強姦、強制中絶、身体切断や自殺を招いた性暴力で20世紀で最大の人身売買の一つである」とし、最後に「慰安婦記念碑を立てた韓国系米国人(Korean Amerian)コミュニティーを称える」と書かれています。

この決議を推進した議員はCharles D. Lavine議員です。

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2013年1月29日、NY州議会上院にて、 決議J304「世界に知られる慰安婦に敬意を表しNY州慰安婦碑を記憶にとどめる決議」が採択されました。

19分27秒 ~ が慰安婦決議に関する審議です。
23分30秒~ 在米韓国団体の人物たちが、ずらりと並び紹介されています。

決議文は提出当初と内容がかなり変わっています。 前の決議文との比較はこちら
当初書いてあった、”2007年米国下院慰安婦決議に基づき日本政府は責任を受け入れこの犯罪について教育すべき” については、現在の決議文には書かれていません。前決議文にはJapanの文字が7文字入っていましたが現決議文は1文字だけで、日本とは関連が薄いような内容に変更されています。

「当初決議案には日本政府の謝罪を要求する内容が盛り込まれていたが、国際問題に介入しないという州議会規定によりこの部分は削除された。」という報道もありますが、そうであれば草案作成時点から分かっていたはずです。決議文の変更は日本からの抗議の影響ではないでしょうか。しかし、”20万人の若い女性が強制的に日本軍慰安婦になった”部分はそのままです。

議会後、発議したアベラ議員は、韓国系団体役員とコリアン報道(KBS, YTN news, SBS,)に囲まれて記者会見。(ニュースはこちら) 日本からの大量の抗議メールとメール内容が歴史偏向と批判していますが、サンプル文を利用して皆でメールを沢山送る抗議スタイルは米国内では良くあるやり方であり、良識ある政治家であれば反対請願が沢山来たような話題については触れません。彼の選挙区は慰安婦ストリート計画もあるNY市内クイーンズ地区が含まれています。ここには韓国団体KACEの事務所があります。

決議文の最後には、この決議文の送り先としてthe Korean American Public Affairs Committee, the Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center, Korean American Civic Empowermentと書いてあります。上の動画で紹介されている人たちの団体です。韓国系団体に媚びた決議であることが明らかです。前の決議文にはNY日本領事館もあったのですが、今回のには書かれていません。

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日本政府に謝罪要求 慰安婦でNY州決議案「最大規模の人身売買だ」

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■ Comfort Women Resolution

■ A message from Japan

■ A message from 自分の名前

■ Resolution J304-2013

■ Concurrent resolution and Comfort Women Issue

■ I protest ‘Comfort Women’ resolution

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To the senators and representatives of New York state legislature;

I am writing this mail on behalf of all the Japanese who are concerned with the current U.S.-Japan relations.

I’d like to express my deep disappointment at the New York State Senate adopting the resolution J304-2013: Memorializing a Memorial Monument in the State of New York that pays tribute to those who have become known to the world as ‘Comfort Women’

As you may know, so-called comfort women are the women who worked during World War II as prostitutes for the Japanese military. This fact might sound immoral by present-day standards, but prostitution was a legal business in those days in many countries. Even around U.S. military bases, prostitution agents must also have existed during the periods of Japan occupation, Korean War, and Vietnam War.

However, as many as fifty years after the War, a bogus story was suddenly spread in Korea and Japan — a story that Japanese military abducted many women and forced into prostitution during the War. Nowadays, many Koreans living in the U.S. propagate fabricated stories that more than 200 thousand Korean women were abducted and worked as “sex slaves” during the wartime and that it was equivalent to the Holocaust.

These stories have been proven to be completely fictitious as a result of many researches by scholars and experts. In spite of their longstanding efforts, there has been absolutely no evidence of Japanese military’s coercing Korean women into prostitution against their will.

We cannot allow this kind of propaganda that insults Japan; their pretense hurts our pride and dishonors our ancestors. To protest this malicious gossip, we submitted two petitions to the White House, each with more than 30 thousand signatures, as follows:
“WE PETITION THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO: Remove the monument and not to support any international harassment related to this issue against the people of Japan”

http://wh.gov/yrR

“Repeal the House of Representatives Resolution 121 to stop aggravating int’l harassment by Korean propaganda & lies!”

http://wh.gov/lBwa

U.S.-Japan alliance is the cornerstone of peace, security, and stability in the Asia-Pacific region. Anti-Japan propaganda activities based on the fictitious ‘comfort women’ issue do nothing but deteriorate the relationship among U.S., Korea, and Japan. Such movement only alters the situation to the advantage of North Korea and China.

We Japanese, who place a high value on the importance of historical facts as well as U.S.-Japan relationship, therefore protest decisively against the resolution regarding comfort women that is to be submitted to the New York State Assembly.

We know that American people cherish and esteem fairness, justice, and truth. We hope that you will make a truthful, fair, and objective judgment on this issue.

Sincerely yours,
差出人の名前

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<本文 サンプルB>

To the senators and representatives of New York state legislature;

I am writing this message to you on behalf of many concerned Japanese.

I’d like to express my deep disappointment at the New York State Senate adopting the resolution J304-2013: Memorializing a Memorial Monument in the State of New York that pays tribute to those who have become known to the world as ‘Comfort Women’

The term “comfort women” refers simply to prostitutes in wartime. But Koreans have long been promoting a false version of history that Japan abducted hundreds of thousands of Korean women and coerced them into sexual services for Japanese soldiers outside of Japan during World War Ⅱ. This is, for practical and logical reasons, a fictitious version of history.

Japanese government conducted careful investigations and examination of the related documents and listened to the testimony of witnesses from both Japanese and Korean. Based on their careful research, Japanese government officially denied military enforcement. And still, Japanese government made public apologies for former comfort women’s hard experiences.

Despite apologies taken places privately and by the Japanese government, the compensation for former comfort women, or other efforts such as Asian Women’s Fund, Koreans has no intention of forgiveness.

Koreans’ activities such as building comfort women memorials lead to unnecessary racial conflict and suffering of people of Japanese ancestry, and perpetrate the distorted truth to American citizens who are not familiar with this controversial issue between Japan and Korea.

I would like you to know these two petitions to the White House have reached more than 30,000 signatures and still getting more.

Remove the monument and not to support any international harassment related to this issue against the people of Japan.

http://wh.gov/yrR

Repeal the House of Representatives Resolution 121 to stop aggravating int’l harassment by Korean propaganda & lies!

http://wh.gov/lBwa

To know more about the comfort women issue, please visit the following websites.

What is the “Comfort Women Issue?”

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2015

Mr. Komori of Japanese newspaper being interviewed on the comfort women issue for the PBS series

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2535

GEISHA, TONY BLAIR & COMFORT WOMEN

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2556

We Japanese are strongly against the resolution J304-2013. We believe that the American people cherish and enthusiastically defend fairness, justice and the truth. We hope that the New York State Assembly will make a truthful, fair and objective judgment in regards to this issue.

Sincerely yours,

差出人の名前

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<例文 A>

I am writing this message on behalf of all the Japanese who are concerned with the current U.S.-Japan relations.

On January 8, NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) broadcast a news program in which they reported, under the topic title of “NY assembly to hear ‘Comfort Women’ resolution”, that State Senator Tony Avella and Assemblyman Charles Lavine demanded Japan’s government to apologize for the forced prostitution of women serving the Japanese military during World War II and that they were going to submit their demand in the form of a resolution to the New York legislature. And, according to Jan 17th edition of Sankei, one of the Japanese leading newspapers, they have submitted the concurrent resolution.

As you may know, so-called comfort women are the women who worked during World War II as prostitutes for the Japanese military. This fact might sound immoral by present-day standards, but prostitution was a legal business in those days in many countries. Even around U.S. military bases, prostitution agents must also have existed during the periods of Japan occupation, Korean War, and Vietnam War.

However, as many as fifty years after the War, a bogus story was suddenly spread in Korea and Japan — a story that Japanese military abducted many women and forced into prostitution during the War. Nowadays, many Koreans living in the U.S. propagate fabricated stories that more than 200 thousand Korean women were abducted and worked as “sex slaves” during the wartime and that it was equivalent to the Holocaust. These stories have been proven to be completely fictitious as a result of many researches by scholars and experts. In spite of their longstanding efforts, there has been absolutely no evidence of Japanese military’s coercing Korean women into prostitution against their will.

We cannot allow this kind of propaganda that insults Japan; their pretense hurts our pride and dishonors our ancestors. To protest this malicious gossip, we submitted two petitions to the White House, each with more than 30 thousand signatures, as follows:

“WE PETITION THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO: Remove the monument and not to support any international harassment related to this issue against the people of Japan”

http://wh.gov/yrR

“Repeal the House of Representatives Resolution 121 to stop aggravating int’l harassment by Korean propaganda & lies!”

http://wh.gov/lBwa

U.S.-Japan alliance is the cornerstone of peace, security, and stability in the Asia-Pacific region. Anti-Japan propaganda activities based on the fictitious ‘comfort women’ issue do nothing but deteriorate the relationship among U.S., Korea, and Japan. Such movement only alters the situation to the advantage of North Korea and China.

We Japanese, who place a high value on the importance of historical facts as well as U.S.-Japan relationship, therefore protest decisively against the resolution regarding comfort women that is to be submitted to the New York state legislature.

We know that American people cherish and esteem fairness, justice, and truth. We hope that you will make a truthful, fair, and objective judgment on this issue.

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<例文 B>

I am writing this message to you on behalf of many concerned Japanese.

I read a Korean internet news that “State Senator Tony Avella and Assemblyman Charles Lavine want Japanese government to apologize for the forced prostitution of women , or “comfort women”, serving the Japanese military during World War Ⅱ, and will submit their demand in a resolution to the New York legislature.” And, according to Jan 17th edition of Sankei, one of the Japanese leading newspapers, they have submitted the concurrent resolution.

The term “comfort women” refers simply to prostitutes in wartime. But Koreans have long been promoting a false version of history that Japan abducted hundreds of thousands of Korean women and coerced them into sexual services for Japanese soldiers outside of Japan during World War Ⅱ. This is, for practical and logical reasons, a fictitious version of history.

Japanese government conducted careful investigations and examination of the related documents and listened to the testimony of witnesses from both Japanese and Korean. Based on their careful research, Japanese government officially denied enforceability. And still, Japanese government have made public apologies for former comfort women’s hard experiences.

Despite apologies taken places privately and by the Japanese government, the compensation for former comfort women, or other efforts such as Asian Women’s Fund, Koreans has no intention of forgiveness.

Koreans’ activities such as building comfort women memorials lead to unnecessary racial conflict and suffering of people of Japanese ancestry, and perpetrate the distorted truth to American citizens who are not familiar with this controversial issue between Japan and Korea.

I would like you to know these two petitions to the White House have reached more than 30,000 signatures and still getting more.

Remove the monument and not to support any international harassment related to this issue against the people of Japan.

http://wh.gov/yrR

Repeal the House of Representatives Resolution 121 to stop aggravating int’l harassment by Korean propaganda & lies!

http://wh.gov/lBwa

To know more about the comfort women issue, please visit the following websites.

What is the “Comfort Women Issue?”

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2015

Mr. Komori of Japanese newspaper being interviewed on the comfort women issue for the PBS series

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2535

GEISHA, TONY BLAIR & COMFORT WOMEN

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2556

We Japanese are strongly against NY state comfort women resolution. We believe that the American people cherish and enthusiastically defend fairness, justice and the truth. We hope that you will make a truthful, fair and objective judgment in regards to this issue.

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<例文>

■ I am strongly against the concurrent resolution on comfort women.

私は上下両院の慰安婦決議に強く反対します。

■ The term “comfort women” refers simply to prostitutes in wartime, never sex slaves.

慰安婦というのは単に戦時中の売春業女性のことで、性奴隷ではありません。

■ Anti-Japan propaganda activities based on the fictitious ‘comfort women’ issue do nothing but deteriorate our relations

作り話の慰安婦問題の反日プロパガンダ活動は我々の友好関係を損なうものです。

■False accusations regarding the South Korean comfort women issue have disgraced the people of Japan for decades.

韓国の誤った慰安婦問題批判は、何十年もの間、日本人の名誉を傷つけています。

■ Koreans’ activities such as building comfort women memorials lead to unnecessary racial conflict.

慰安婦記念碑を建てるなどの韓国系の活動は不要な民族対立のもとです。

■ Resolution 121 was result of lobbying as a part of Korean propaganda:”Discount Japan”. Seek and act only based on the truth!

慰安婦決議は韓国人の『ディスカウントジャパン』というプロパガンダに基づいて行われたロビー活動の結果だ!

■ WH petition “Remove the comfort women monuments” http://wh.gov/yrR

慰安婦記念碑撤去のホワイトハウス請願 http://wh.gov/yrR

■ WH petition “Repeal the HR Resolution 121” http://wh.gov/lBwa

下院慰安婦決議撤廃のホワイトハウス請願 http://wh.gov/lBwa

※他、例文から適当に切り取ってツィートしてください。

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以下、慰安婦問題についての解説サイトURLを伝えるツイート

■ What is the “Comfort Women Issue?” http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2015

■ Mr. Komori of Japanese newspaper being interviewed on the comfort women issue for the PBS series http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2535

■ GEISHA, TONY BLAIR & COMFORT WOMEN http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2556

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<議会公式 twitter>

NY州議会下院 Assembly Majority

@NYSA_Majority

NY州議会上院 New York Senate

@NYSenate

<NY上院議員 twitter>

LEE M. ZELDIN  @leezeldin

http://twitter.com/leezeldin

DANIEL L. SQUADRON  @DanielSquadron

http://www.twitter.com/danielsquadron

MALCOLM A. SMITH

http://twitter.com/malcolmasmith

JOSÉ M. SERRANO @malcolmasmith

http://twitter.com/senatorserrano

JOSEPH E. ROBACH  @SenatorRobach

https://twitter.com/SenatorRobach

GUSTAVO RIVERA @NYSenatorRivera

http://twitter.com/NYSenatorRivera

JOSÉ PERALTA  @SenatorPeralta

http://twitter.com/SenatorPeralta

GEORGE D. MAZIARZ  @senatormaziarz

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JACK M. MARTINS  @SenatorMartins

http://twitter.com/senatormartins

KENNETH P. LAVALLE  @senatorlavalle

http://twitter.com/senatorlavalle

JEFFREY D. KLEIN  @JeffKleinNY

http://twitter.com/JeffKleinNY

TIMOTHY M. KENNEDY @SenKennedy

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KEMP HANNON  @kemphannon

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MARK GRISANTI  @senatorgrisanti

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MARTIN J. GOLDEN  @SenMartyGolden

http://twitter.com/senmartygolden

PATRICK M. GALLIVAN @senatorgallivan

http://twitter.com/senatorgallivan

CHARLES J. FUSCHILLO JR.  @SenFuschillo

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ADRIANO ESPAILLAT  @Adriano4Senate

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MARTIN MALAVÉ DILAN  @SenatorDilan

http://twitter.com/SenatorDilan

JOHN A. DEFRANCISCO @JohnDeFrancisco

http://twitter.com/JohnDeFrancisco

DAVID CARLUCCI  @davidcarlucci

http://twitter.com/davidcarlucci

PHIL BOYLE  @PhilBoyleNY

http://twitter.com/PhilBoyleNY

JOHN J. BONACIC @JohnBonacic

http://twitter.com/JohnBonacic

ERIC ADAMS @NYSSenAdams

http://twitter.com/NYSSenAdams

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【資料集】

<「慰安婦問題とは?」英文冊子ダウンロード>

英語圏に慰安婦問題を説明するお手紙付冊子・資料セットを作りました。

①②③を1セットにして各所(米国議員、役所、図書館等)に郵送してご利用ください。

②③だけでも資料としてお使いいただけます。

①同封するお手紙(PDF)

http://nadesiko-action.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/letterKNadeshikoWeb-2.pdf

本文の上に日付、下のスペースに差出人の署名、名前、住所を書いて下さい。

②”Yes, we remember the facts”(PDF)

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Committee-for-Historical-Facts-Proof.pdf

2012年ニュージャージ州新聞に掲載された慰安婦問題意見広告

③「慰安婦問題とは?」英文冊子(PDF)

Web版:ページ順に配置されています。

http://nadesiko-action.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/nadeshiko_zWeb.pdf

冊子版:両面印刷して重ねると冊子になるようにページが配置されています。ページ番号を確認して印刷して下さい。

http://nadesiko-action.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/nadeshiko_zBooklet.pdf

< 慰安婦問題について 英文解説サイト >

What is the“Comfort Women Issue?”

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2015

Mr.Komori of Japanese newspaper being interviewed on the comfort women issue for the PBS series

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2535

GEISHA, TONY BLAIR & COMFORT WOMEN

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2556

<他 参考サイト>

NHK 米 州議会に慰安婦謝罪求める決議案 1月8日 11時29分

NY州上院・下院議員の名簿

上院議員(NYS senates): http://www.nysenate.gov/senators

下院議員(NYS assembly member): http://assembly.state.ny.us/mem/

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【例文 日本語 要約】

<例文 A>

NY州議会 上院議員 下院議員の皆様へ

日米関係を懸念する日本人として、この手紙を書きます。

NY州上院が、決議 J304 「世界に知られる慰安婦に敬意を表しNY州慰安婦碑を記憶にとどめる決議」を採択したことを非常に残念に思います。

慰安婦というのは第二次世界大戦中の日本軍相手の売春業の女性のことです。米軍にも日本占領期、朝鮮戦争、ベトナム戦争の時に売春業者が周りにいたはずです。いつの時代も、どの国でも、軍隊の周りにあるビジネスです。

ところが戦後50年近くたってから、”日本軍が女性を拉致して強制的に慰安婦にした”という嘘の歴史が日本と韓国で広まり始めました。現在では、米国内で韓国系が”20万人以上の婦女子が拉致された”、”ホロコーストと同じ犯罪”、”慰安婦は性奴隷”と宣伝しています。これらは全く事実でなく、多くの識者が事実でないことを既に証明しています。

このような日本を侮辱するプロパガンダは、日本の誇りを傷つけ、我々の先人の名誉を貶めるもので、日本人は非常に怒っています。

それを表すものとしてホワイトハウスへの二つの請願があります。両方とも3万以上の署名を集めています。

慰安婦記念碑撤去請願 http://wh.gov/yrR

慰安婦決議撤廃請願 http://wh.gov/lBwa

日米同盟はアジア太平洋の平和・安全・安定の礎石です。慰安婦問題を利用した韓国系の反日プロパガンダ活動は米国、韓国、日本の関係を悪化させます。これに利するのは、北朝鮮と中国であることを理解して下さい。

歴史の真実を大切にし、日米友好を願う私たち日本人は、NY州下院に提出される慰安婦決議に強く反対します。

米国の皆様は公正・真実・正義を重んじると信じます。この問題についての聡明な判断を願います。

<例文 B>

NY州議会 上院議員 下院議員の皆様へ

懸念する一人の日本人としてこのメッセージを書きます。

NY州上院が、決議 J304 「世界に知られる慰安婦に敬意を表しNY州慰安婦碑を記憶にとどめる決議」を採択したことを非常に残念に思います。

慰安婦というのは単に戦時中の売春業のことです。ところが韓国人は戦時中日本が何十万もの韓国女性を誘拐して無理やり慰安婦にさせたという全くあり得ない嘘の歴史を宣伝してきました。

日本政府は関連資料を慎重に調査し、日韓両方からの聞き取り調査もした結果、正式に強制性を否定しています。そして、元慰安婦の辛い経験に対しては謝罪しています。

日本側は個人も政府も謝罪し、アジア女性基金で償い金を渡す等の努力をしてきたにも関わらず、韓国側は日本の努力を全く認めようとしません。

韓国系による慰安婦記念碑建立などの活動は不要な日韓の対立を招き、この日韓問題を良く知らぬ米国人に誤った事実を植え付けることになります。

二つのホワイトハウス請願をご紹介します。両方とも3万以上の署名を集め、まだ増え続けています。

慰安婦記念碑撤去請願 http://wh.gov/yrR

慰安婦決議撤廃請願 http://wh.gov/lBwa

慰安婦問題については以下のサイトをご覧下さい。

慰安婦問題とは?

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2015

産経古森記者米国テレビインタビュー動画書き起こし

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2535

谷山雄二朗氏 慰安婦問題について語る動画書き起こし

http://sakura.a.la9.jp/japan/?page_id=2556

私たち日本人はNY州下院の慰安婦決議に強く反対します。

米国の皆様は公正・真実・正義を重んじると信じます。この問題についての聡明な判断を願います。

303 thoughts on “NY州議会 慰安婦決議反対! メッセージを送ろう(2013)

  1. Pakkurareman says:

    先の記事の引用先です。
    http://headlines.yahoo.co.jp/hl?a=20130123-00000014-scn-kr

    失礼しました。


  2. 外山昭平 says:

    本日、Mark Butler下院議員から「慰安婦決議案には署名しない」とのメールが入ってきました。効果がありました。なでしこアクションさん、ありがとう。今後も継続しましょう。米国公文書館資料を紹介するのも効果的です。要旨の英訳よりも英文の原文そのものを紹介したらいかがでしょうか。その他、例えば、30万人もの性奴隷がいたとすれば当時の朝鮮人男性、親などは何の抵抗もしなかったほどだらしなかったのでしょうか、などと問いかけ見るのもいいのではないでしょうか。


  3. Japanese Liar says:

    We must punish Japan because Japan conscripted Korean women as sex slaves for Japanese forces in the Pacific War.
    Japan. Japan deserves some more atomic bomb explosion to get back to normal. Japan is the most terrible liar that denies historical war crimes.



  4. Japanese Women are Black Cock Worshippers


  5. 女性A says:

    本当に笑わせてくれてる。。
    自分の恥を知れ!
    認めて、新しく始めた方がよっぽどナデシコらしい。
    今はとてもナデシコらしくないね。
    日本らしい美しさを見せてよ。
    失望ばかりだ。
    希望持っているのに。。
    いい人もいるけど、こんな間違ったことをよく堂々と広げてる。いい加減にしなさい。
    ほんとガッカリ。


  6. miwako.m says:

    “Japanese Liar” and “African men” tell us our movement has shown up the effect.
    (What stupid Koreans!)
    Keep going!

    しかし”stupid(アホ)”だけじゃなく下品でもある。


  7. Vincent Kim says:

    The victims of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery are not seeking for financial compensation. All they want is their dignity which has been ruined, and being ruined by these kind of people who are not courageous enough to admit their pre-generation’s crime. Saying the victims of JMSS were prostitue just because there are a lot of Korean prostitues working overseas proves that one has no such thing as LOGIC in their sad-ass brains. Just because the victims of JMSS signed on the contract by their free will, it can NEVER prove that they were correctly and truly informed of their job. All you people are doing is digging your own grave lol


  8. こやまたかひさ says:

    なでしこアクション様

    素晴らしい活動に私も参加させていただきます。

    米軍慰安婦が裁判を起こした記事もご活用いただければ幸いです。

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/08/world/asia/08korea.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0


  9. なでしこがんばれ! says:

    私にも、さきほど、Mark Butler下院議員から、サインしないとのお手紙を頂きました。抗議のメールを送ることしかできませんが、日本の名誉そして、戦争に従事した英霊達の名誉の為にも、歴史の真実を全世界に広めることが必要だと思います。学校の歴史教育でも、慰安婦問題の捏造の嘘をきちんと教えてもらいたいとそう思います。


  10. なでしこがんばれ! says:

    在日か、朝鮮人かわかりませんが、おかしなメールが沸いてますね。これをみても、こんかいのなでしこアクション様の活動が効いてる効いてると肌で感じることができました。慰安婦=追軍高給売春婦であり、当時の将校なみの給料をもらっていたという事実を日本人全体、世界にどんどん発信していきましょう。断固支援いたします。


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