Pyongyang, July 14 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Korean Committee on Measures for the Sexual Slavery for Japanese Army and Drafting Victims gave an answer to a question raised by KCNA Thursday as regards the disclosure of the pro-Japanese act of treachery committed by the Park Geun Hye group of south Korea to cover up the sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army.
The spokesman said that the Park group recently slashed the authorities' funds for the registration of a record on the sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army at the UNESCO, sparking off a big public furore.
This is not only just an intolerable insult and mockery of the victims of the sexual slavery but a never-to-be pardoned act of treachery aimed to keep Japan's past crimes buried into oblivion, the spokesman said, and went on: As there was a brisk movement among civic and social organizations of various countries around the world to register a record showing the sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army in the wake of the registration of the bloody Nanjing massacre as a world heritage, the Japanese reactionaries have gone crafty in their moves to check the movement, talking about the possibility of suspending the contribution to UNESCO and the demand for the change of registration system of documentary heritages.
Taking advantage of such act against history being committed by Japan, Park is trying to ify the crimes related to the sexual slavery which the successive puppet ruling forces of south Korea dared not do. This is the despicable sycophancy and treachery which can be committed only by Park as she has been steeped in pro-Japanese idea to the marrow of her bones since she was young when her father ruled and was raised in a "family" that served Japan risking anything.
The thrice-cursed sexual slavery committed by the Japanese imperialists can never be erased no matter how desperately the Park group may try to cover it up while going against the trend of the times.
The Park group will certainly be forced to pay for its acts of serving Japan. The committee will always stand by the south Korean people in their just actions to let the world public know about Japan's past crimes and to make sure that such crimes are never repeated.