【韓国の米軍慰安婦はなぜ生まれたのか】(3)第二章 性暴行から売春へ

【韓国の米軍慰安婦はなぜ生まれたのか】(3)第二章 性暴行から売春へ

崔 吉城(広島大学名誉教授・東亜大学教授)
(3)第二章 性暴行から売春へ

 米軍が駐屯し、性暴行が多発史、売春婦たちが多く村に現れるようになると、彼女たちが村の救い主となっことは第一章で語られていたとおりです。
 性暴行や売春が戦争中に限られた現象ではなく、現在も韓国に売春があり、「売春天国」だとまで言われていると筆者は書いています。検察庁と女性開発員の報告書に「売春に従事している女性が百万人」と書かれているそうです。
 こうした状況下で、筆者もまた多くの学者からも一度も日本の慰安婦の話を聞いたことがないといいます。日本初のニュースによってこのことは韓国内に広まったものであることが分かります。
 朴正熙政権時代において全国に広まった米軍慰安婦は、米軍の性的欲求を満足させ、婦女暴行を防ぎ、また外貨を稼ぐ存在として政府に重宝されていたということを筆者は指摘しています。
 従って、日本軍による強制連行的な慰安婦などということは、韓国人にとって全く考えられてもいないことだったのです。詳細はこちらをどうぞ。

 日本語原文:http://hassin.org/01/wp-content/uploads/usco2.pdf

平成27年7月28日 「史実を世界に発信する会」茂木弘道拝

The Origins of the US Army’s Korean Comfort Women (HEART PRESS) 
By Choi Kilsung,
Professor at University of East-Asia, Professor Emeritus at Hiroshima University
(3) Chapter 2 From Rape to Prostitution

As described in Chapter 1, when the US Army came to the village there was an explosion of sexual violence, and when prostitutes flocked to the village, they became the saviors of the village.
Sexual violence and prostitution do exist outside of war. These things continued after the war ended and prostitution still exists in South Korea today, so much so that the country has even been called a “prostitution paradise”. According to a report by the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office of the Republic of Korea and the Korean Women’s Development Institute, “There are one million women engaged in prostitution” in South Korea.
Given the situation in Korea, the author writes that neither he nor the many other scholars who had done field surveys throughout South Korea had ever heard of the so-called “comfort women”. And yet, the issue found its way into Japanese-language media and then became a political problem and human rights issue within South Korea.
In other words, the “comfort women problem” was made in Japan.
The US Army’s comfort women spread throughout the country and became part of the official policy of both the United States and South Korea. These comfort women were deemed by the Park Chung-hee government to be patriots who were ensuring the safety of the Korean Peninsula by satisfying the sexual urges of American servicemen. They were treasured by the Korean government because of their role as earners of foreign currency.
Details are here;

*Chapter 2:
 http://www.sdh-fact.com/CL/Chapter-2-US-Armys-Korean-comfort-women.pdf
*Author profile: http://www.sdh-fact.com/auther/choi-kilsung

*Introduction & Contents: http://www.sdh-fact.com/CL/Introduction-TOC-.pdf
*Chapter 1:
http://www.sdh-fact.com/CL/Chapter-1-US-Armys-Korean-comfort-women.pdf

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for KASE Hideaki, Chairman
Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact
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