The full text of the private pen name in Korean Democratic Shipbuilding, which is a punishable crime committed by the Japanese people, is as follows.
Not long ago, an international academic conference was held in Manila, Philippines, where members of the countries condemned war crimes, including forced mobilizations committed by Japan in the past, and demanded the Japanese government’s apologies and reparations for the Japanese imprisonment.
This proved once again that it is an inescapable legal and moral obligation to the international community to sincerely apologize and remedy past sins of all kinds of anti-human crimes.
Now, Japan is pretending to be out of its responsibility instead of apologizing and compensating for past crimes, including crimes of forcible crimes committed in the last century, but anti-human crimes are not erased because of the passage of time .
Forced employment crime is a national crime committed by Japan.
The Japanese colonial government issued the “National Law for the National Revitalization Act” in April 1938. It clearly stated that the Japanese government had forcibly controlled and controlled the labor force, and that according to the orders of the Japanese king, In addition, when it was disobeyed or violated, it was one of the evil laws that specifically stated the punishment for fines, safeguards and imprisonment.
Lack of this, the Japanese imperialists issued a “ Gongjeolyongjeol ” in July 1939, which expanded the production of munitions for the conduct of the invasion war and filled the manpower of the vast demand required by the young men of Joseon. It was a bad law for.
The Japanese government enacted the eight-clause rule to compel the people of the Joseon people in a compulsory manner, so that the workers of the Joseon dynasties had the awareness that they “contributed to the nation” to engage in the Japanese logistics industry for their war of invasion of the continent They were forced to “ loyalty ” to the king of Japan, and that they were trained in the designated vocational sanctuary after they were taken to Japan, and that their jobs could never be changed. It was not possible to meet at all, to adapt to Japanese customs, to use language only in Japanese, and to tolerate any tough assault.
In addition, by making various laws and institutional devices such as “the military mobilization plan” and “the law concerning the immigration of the Korean workers,” the youths of our country were able to be eaten as if they were like Mao.
Forced recruitment was literally forced.
The convicted victims testified of the forced employment situation in Japan.
“… They told me that they were looking for people to take me to Kobe Steel Works in Japan, and when I went there, I didn’t have to go to the draft, so I repeatedly asked them to go to Japan. The persuasion of the protesters was only a form, but in fact it was a compulsion. “(Victim Kim Seong Ho)
“I finished the field and returned to the house, and the mayor gave me a jongseongjeong, and the next morning I told him to go to the front yard of the main house. I thought how I could avoid the punishment, but instead of me, one of my family had to go. I gave up thinking of running away because I could.
“There was a curtain on the bottom of the carpark, and the window was out of sight, and two MPs watched over us at the threshold. They pulled too many forcible players in the carpark, so we had to sleep on each other I could not go to the hygiene room properly. I took the urine in a can and sprinkled it out the window. “(Victim Kimchin)
“From Busan to Shimonoseki, it was a boat that took eight hours, but we stuck it in the dock like a pail, and we could not eat properly, and the waves were so heavy that everyone was crazy and diarrhea and collapsed, so the dock reminded us of animals. When I was struggling, I lost my mind. Suddenly, many Japanese people pulled him out and threw them into the sea. “
Gama Nara, who was involved in the forced labor of the Joseon Dynasty, said, “From the county offices or the cotton-growing office, the roommates suddenly raided a house where the sisters were sleeping at night or early in the morning, or when they were working in the fields, He said.
The desire of Japanese people
The Japanese imprisonment of the Korean people, which forced the Korean people into force, made dangerous work that the Japanese people were reluctant.
The Japanese government decided to put up a “monkbonyou” in Matsushiro under the obsession of “final battle” (the highest naval base that the Japanese imperialists had under the Japanese king in the wars of aggression in the past). The Japanese imperialists decided to cover the labor needed for the construction of a massive and difficult underground structure.
It was a wicked purpose for the Japanese to mobilize Koreans, not Korean workers, to important secret constructions related to the fate of war, the fate of the Empire. No matter how many workers died, I could replenish the labor force in Incha Shipbuilding, and I could eat up without any consideration of all the miscellaneous facilities, meal regulations, and wages. Cellar “construction to the secret society, and after it was over, they slaughtered the workers mobilized in the construction and tried to cover up the secrets forever.
When the design of the project was completed under such ambition, then Prime Minister Tojo Hideki, who was a fan of war, was soon ordered to send Korean workers to the Governor-General of the Joseon Dynasty. went.
According to one statistic, the number of Koreans who were forced to slavery by the Matsushiro underground facility was more than 7,000 per day, sometimes exceeding 10,000.
The Koreans who were dragged into this way did not treat the Japanese imperialists as human beings and forced them to commit slavery.
The Japanese imperialists had forced Korean workers to sleep in a room where they couldn’t even be beasts, but to sleep in the air with no legs stretched out in the winter. In the “ outhouse ” at the same time, I had a bad smell and the room was not a stab in the room. He could not even go outside.
At 4 o’clock in the morning, they shouted and woke the workers and fed a rotten rice and sent it to the construction site. The Koreans who were driven to the construction site from early dawn, built 13 ~ 15 hours a day for more than 16 hours, The heavy stones were to be taken away.
When the Japanese beasts grabbed the people who were about to escape from the construction site, they pulled their noses with their strings and dragged them all over the place, and they were shot or killed on the high cliffs, Even if he stretched his waist for a moment, he said, “Taegong” and he was hesitant to torture him with a knife on his back and a kite of fire.
Not only that, if it was a bit uncomfortable, he struck down Korean workers on the spot and put it alive in the concrete mixture.
In the Matsushiro construction site, there was no day when the blood of the Joseon people did not flow, and the people who survived the horrible slave labor were slaughtered under the pretext of secrecy guarantee. There were more than 180 Korean workers who did not survive.
It was not only the Matsushhiro silk where the Chosun people had lain.
A lot of Joseon people were forced to be slaves by the underground military factories, construction sites of coal mines, coal mines, railway construction sites, power plants, construction sites, and other places in Japan. They had to work and be buried in concrete type. This is the truth of the compulsory crimes committed by the Japanese government.
Nonetheless, the Japanese authorities are using all sorts of shaggy numbers to cover their forced enlistment in the past. Many innocents have been forced to commit slavery fate, To date, Japan, which has not made smart apologies and reparations, is a shameless country, a morally low country.
The blatant deportation of Japanese reactions has caused the rising anger of our people and provokes the curse and condemnation of the international community.
The Japanese reactionaries should be truly bowed to the Korean people, before the justice and peace of the international community, knowing that apology and compensation for past crimes are absolutely inevitable legal and moral obligations.