SDHF Newsletter No.84J グレンデール碑文のウソと慰安婦問題

「史実を世界に発信する会」事務局長 茂木弘道


平成26年10月31日 「史実を世界に発信する会」茂木弘道拝

Lies Inscribed on the Glendale Monument and the Comfort Women Controversy
Moteki Hiromichi, Secretary
Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact

A “comfort woman” statute was established in Central Park Glendale, California, last year in spite of strong protest by Japanese residents in Glendale as well as in Japan.
As shown by this paper, statements inscribed on the monument are either entirely fabricated stories or lies. Moreover, these statements not only denigrate Japanese people but also serve to inflame the Korean people’s hatred against the Japanese. As expected, it has been reported that many Japanese children living in California are being bullied by Korean children.
One of those children’s parent requested that I refute the preposterous inscribed statements. I sent her a brief paper with various sources of information, which prove that the accusations related to “comfort women” are not based on facts.
Now that The Asahi Newspaper, in its August 5th issue, admitted its failure to verify Yoshida Seiji’s “comfort women” abduction story and announced that 16 Yoshida-related stories were to be retracted, I have written this paper, which expanded on the short paper I sent to the parent in Los Angeles.
When Yoshida’s story proved to be a total lie, the underlying charge that “comfort women” were “sex slaves,” the whole story completely collapsed. I’m convinced that you will agree with me when you read this paper.

Questions are welcome.


MOTEKI Hiromichi, Secretary General
for KASE Hideaki, Chairman
Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact