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Korean People’s Political Propaganda against the United States

Friday, June 23, 2017 19:07
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As tensions continue to run high in North Korea, the country’s heinous and inhuman dictatorship now seems to have crossed the red line. Otto Warmbier, an American student who was released from North Korea, returned home after suffering major brain trauma and died on the 19th. In the past, North Korea has abducted many Japanese people. However, among the number of the Japanese people released, not a single one returned home on the verge of dying. Nevertheless, North Korea tortured this innocent American student, causing his death. This is a proclamation of war.

Otto Warmbier

North Korea has provoked the United States on countless occasions. The country has used a variety of methods, from showing intimidating behavior, such as nuclear testing and the launching of missiles, to cyber attacks, and propaganda videos simulating the bombing of the White House. North Korea also continues to use old-fashioned methods even now, such as flying balloons tied with publicity leaflets as used during the time of the Pacific War.

South Korea, neighboring country of North Korea and home to people of the same race (Koreans), also uses propaganda leaflets. However, unlike North Korea, they tend to penetrate American soil by promoting “friendship”. The political tool used by the Koreans is the “comfort women”. The claims made by South Korea refer to “comfort women” known as the women who were sexually trafficked by the former Japanese army during the Pacific War.

The “comfort women” is not often heard in the United States. However, comfort women statues have in fact been established at a few of American cities.

This is the result of South Korean-American residents working directly with local members of congress. They use the “comfort women” card to promote anti-Japanese activities. However, their engagement in political propaganda in the United States —a country that is totally unrelated to the actual issue— certainly generates a sense of discomfort.

This month, another city has decided to install a comfort women statue: Brookhaven. This small city decided to accept the comfort women statue, providing it with a new home, after the Atlanta Comfort Women Memorial Task Force’s project to install said memorial was rejected. Once again, an American city becomes involved in the strategy of a Korean political organization.

However, what is curious about this is that there is no Korean community in Brookhaven. So naturally, the city has no relationship with the issue of comfort women. This is reminiscent of the Pink Pony strip club.

Pink Pony

Brookhaven has a legal ban on strip clubs, and the like. However, in spite of this, the city has given Pink Pony permission to continue operating its business, in exchange for payment of a large sum of money. Pink Pony’s involvement in the confinement of women and human trafficking has now come into light. It has been reported that the female victims were kept in confinement at Pink Pony for the purpose of forced labor. This crime was not caused by Pink Pony. This is a sex crime caused by Brookhaven, due to it granting illegal permission to Pink Pony to run its business. By raising the issue of comfort women, Brookhaven does seem to be attempting to conceal its disgrace.

Also, there is a plausible rumor circulating around the local community, about alleged strong connections between Pink Pony and the Atlanta Comfort Women Memorial Task Force. If this rumor turns out to be true, it would certainly explain the strange decision made by Brookhaven. In other words, the establishment of the comfort women statue is consistent with the interests of Brookhaven and the Korean organization.

Another point that Brookhaven needs to consider carefully is whether or not North Korea is behind this Korean organization. At the end of 2015, South Korea and Japan decided to draw a line under the issue of comfort women, signing a joint agreement to this effect. The Korean Council for the Women Drafted for Military Sexual Slavery by Japan —an organization that has always criticized this agreement— is a radical, ultranationalist group rumored to have connections with North Korea. This organization promotes the installation of comfort women statue in Washington DC and other locations around the world. If North Korea is indeed behind Atlanta’s Korean organization, it is necessary to bear in mind that Brookhaven would become the only “City in Support of North Korea” in the United States. In this case, criticism from across the whole of the United States would be inevitable.

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  • TG

    North Korea’s Plan
    1, Erect the comfort women statures of Japan Army all over the US.

    2, Remember Korean sex slaves of US army during Korean War, condemn US for them.

    3, Call the comfort women statures Sex Slaves for Japan and US.

    4, South Korea will get onto bad terms with Japan and US.

    5, South Korea unites North Korea with Atomic Bomb and fight with Japan and US.

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