Japan Should Redeem Its Past Crimes: Minju Joson

Pyongyang, June 14 (KCNA) — A city assembly of the U.S. decided to erect a statue of girl sexual slave in Georgia State to the unanimous approval of its members. So, the third girl statue will appear in Georgia State as the first and second ones were erected in California and Michigan.

Commenting on it, Minju Joson Wednesday says:
Japan might feel unhappy about its American master’s behavior of bringing disgrace to it, far from shielding its crimes. But Japan should seriously reflect on its past with this case as a momentum.
Sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army is not the issue that can be settled under someone’s patronage.
But the Japanese reactionaries are running the whole gamut of sleight of hand to sweep under the carpet their hideous crimes against humanity.
When the UN Committee against Torture recently suggested reconsidering the Japan-south Korea agreement on sexual slavery issue, the Japanese regime was so arrogant as to rebuff it and submit a “polemic” against it.
This is just the height of moral vulgarity of the Japanese political dwarfs.
Japan is the only country in the world that imprudently behaves in the settlement of the past crimes.
There is no statue of limitations to the hideous inhuman crimes committed by the Japanese imperialists.
Japan’s redemption of its past crimes is the unanimous demand of mankind.

Image credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/25061723@N00/6165505685/

Related posts: