“Sex-Slave” Report: The UN's Global Hoax (Jiyu-sha) ― Report from Japanese Delegations to the UN in Geneva ― written and edited by Fujioka Nobukatsu, visiting Professor, Takushoku University
No.2: PREFACE The Fabrication and Spread of the "Comfort Women = Sex Slaves" Theory By Fujioka Nobukatsu
The “sex-salve” theory was first brought into the UN by Japanese human right activist lawyer Totsuka Etsuro. How his theory spread throughout the world, the UN being the main vehicle, and the Japanese government’s response is illustrated here in the following sections: - Totsuka Etsuro: The originator of the "sex slave" concept
- Mr. Totsuka's fateful reaction to Kim Hak-sun's lawsuit
- "In the beginning was the Word"
- The 1992 scheme
- Counterattack of the conservative media
- Coaching comfort women and stage-managed testimonies
- The regrettable Kono Statement
- The release and approval of the Coomaraswamy Report
- The definition of "sexual slavery"
- What is "sexual slavery"?
- The confusion of rhetoric and reality
- The testimony of Chong Ok-sun
- Stories rooted in the Sino-Korean culture of cruelty
- A devious cover-up by the anti-Japanese left-wing