SDHF Newsletter No.304J アトランタ・マッサージパーラー銃撃事件

(日本語訳:「史実を世界に発信する会」 )


令和3年4月5日「史実を世界に発信する会」会長代行 茂木弘道拝
What we should be thinking after the 2021 Atlanta, Georgia Massage Parlor Murders.
David Lee

It appears that the Western liberal democracies have finally succumbed to the poison that they imbibed like expensive wine, multiculturalism, and cannot stop imbibing. On one hand, multiculturalists invite the dissolution of their own culture and history while, on the other hand, promote a culture and history that is antithetical to the native people, as oil is to water.
On March 16, 2021, a young White American man went to several massage parlors in the Atlanta area and shot and killed a total of eight people. Two of those killed were Whites. Almost immediately, a foreign government reported that four of those killed were “Koreans”, one being a citizen of Korea. (The remaining victims were Chinese.) Why is it that there were that many Koreans in US Massage Parlors? Why are there so many Koreans in the US sex trade in general? One should really be wondering why the South Korean Consulate was so keen in this matter.
Predictably, the Western media has gnashed its teeth and lamented the “rise” of “anti-Asian violence” by “white supremacists” and the need for more “gun control”, yet nothing has been mentioned of the two Whites who were killed and why half of those murdered were Koreans, even though Koreans represent only 0.6% of the American population.
This incident suggests that the Korean government is fully cognizant of the problem of Korean prostitution in America. At the same time, Koreans are braying to anyone who will listen the so-called “comfort woman” issue in Western liberal democracies.
The Korean comfort women fairy tale is the bitter aftertaste of multiculturalism. One should really calmly examine the past to see that this is indeed the case.


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