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“Koreans are slaves” (Franklin Delano Roosevelt, December 1, 1942). When were Koreans not slaves? Are North Koreans not slaves even now?

The answers are in this book.

A story with no beginning makes a story with no ending. As sometimes intended, an endless dispute lasts forever.

The neglected beginning of the story of the Korean comfort women has caused an intentional and endless history war, and the world becomes troubled and confused and, in the end, misled.

Did the “slaves” in North Korea initiate the Korean War?

Didn’t the South Koreans commit crimes during Vietnam War?

Do some Korean politicians still beg for American pity as being victimized?

Are Koreans really just the victims?

Aren’t they violators of peace?