… they should build a few of their own.
Japanese officials are asking a small northern New Jersey town with a large Korean immigrant population to remove a public monument dedicated to women who were forced into sexual slavery by Japanese soldiers during World War II.
Town officials have declined the request to remove the plaque. It was dedicated in 2010 to the “comfort women” of World War II, many of whom were Korean. [T]he Japanese governments’ opposition to it is galvanizing efforts in Korean communities across the U.S. to build similar memorials.
When trying to put your brutality and barbarism behind you,
don’t complain about your victims’ scars.
What’s next, requesting that the USS Arizona Memorial be removed?
Tell you what: we’ll remove the comfort-women memorial when you re-dedicate the Hiroshima Memorial to the notion that you brought it upon yourselves.