|calendar>>March 6. 2013 Juch 102|
Japanese Ultra-right Elements' Denial of Its Past Crimes Condemned in S. Korea
| Pyongyang, March 6 (KCNA) -- Ultra-right elements in Japan have recently gone undisguised in denying the crimes against humanity committed by the Japanese imperialists in the past.
An ultra-right conservative band in Japan composed a song defiling the Korean women whose chastity was violated by the Japanese imperialists in the past, and posted it on websites.
It even sent a CD containing the song and a video and a wordbook to a place in Kwangju City, Kyonggi Province where the victims of sexual slavery by the Imperial Japanese Army reside on Feb. 28.
The shameless act drew condemnation from south Koreans.
The victims denounced the ultra-right conservative Japanese for insulting them at a time when the international community demands Japan make an apology and reparation for the crimes committed by the Japanese imperialists.
They voiced their will to make strong counteractions including the disclosure of the crimes perpetrated by the Japanese reactionaries.
KBS of south Korea termed the composition of the song insulting the victims of sexual slavery, instead of making an apology for the crimes against humanity committed by the bad ancestors, a brazen-faced act.
The south Korean paper Hankuk Ilbo said Japan's crimes touched off resentment of internet subscribers.
Articles have been posted on the websites one after another describing the ultra-right elements in Japan as "rubbish".
They say Japan is calling itself before the world a liar and a mean nation.
They also urge Japanese to behave as befitting a human being if they want to be treated as a human being, calling for preventing the revival of the departed soul of imperialism.
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