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Free Diversified Aspects

Masayuki Takayama Professor, Teikyo Uiversity

Negligence
Mr.Kun-Tsan Tsai, author of 'Taiwanese and Japanese spirit', was an army
special volunteer. He was in the deep mountain in Kyoto at the end of the
World War II.
He wrote the chaos from the end of the war to the end of that year when he
returned to Taiwan.
They became the "victory nation" overnight and were offered superfluity of food.
He made grilled rice balls for starved children.
He sometimes went "all the way to Kyoto station" to hand them out to children.
"At one time he saw the people handing out the naval thermal vests to children.
Then he talked to them and found they were Taiwanese volunteer as he was."
However Koreans, who had been in the force he had belonged, "in a group broke
into and robbed food and clothe warehouses."
"They were domineering to beat dispirited Japanese while saying they were the
victory nation."
Japanese prepared the special trains for the victory nation.
An entire vehicle was provided for even a few passengers.
They the victory nation called a stationmaster or a person in charge when
they found blunders by Japanese, then assaulted them by beating and kicking.
Sadanori Shimoyama, a director of the traveler bureau, was one of those were
gang bashed by them and he was seriously injured to the testicle explosion.
The repatriation program for this victory nation was done on the order of GHQ.
F.Roosevelt who had died four months before the end of the war left the will
saying "confine all Japanese in four islands and destroy them".
As they wanted to destroy only Japanese, unrelated people as Koreans etc. had
to be banished.

At this time all Koreans who had come to Japan by so called "requisition" were
supposed to return to their country. However in fact all of them did not return.
Ho-Gyu Lim wrote how they were in those days in 'The third country poeple's
commercial code'.
"The third country people is a term referring to Koreans in Japan during the prewar
and the postwar days. Most of them dreamed the success in Japan and came across
the sea during the period of confusion before and after the World War II."
Their occupations were "such that they were able to get the cash, as a rag collector,
a pachinko parlor or a sex parlor etc."
Another important cash business was a crime syndicate.
The story of N.Zapetti who ruled the dark world of the postwar days and started selling
chewing gums is described in 'Tokyo under world'.
In this story, Japanese rejected chewing gums which were not their preferences.
He tied up with a crime syndicate and made them threaten storekeepers to sell
gums. Therefore the chewing gum culture was established in Japan.
This crime syndicate was Toseikai that grew up rapidly after the war and its all
members were Koreans.
There are about 500,000 Korean residents now in Japan.
1650 among them are in prison. This number follows to that of Chinese in prison,
which is 2000 among total 250,000 people.
The rate of Koreans receiving public assistance is 48 per 1000 people.
Compared with the rate of Japanese that is 12 per 1000 people, it's as much as
four times higher.
They came to Japan with success dreams but are now nothing but trouble.
To deal with the increasing crimes by foreigners, the Ministry of Justice issues
a "residence card" in which a person's name and address etc. are written in
an IC. However, according to the report from Asahi Shinbun, "Koreans are not
included" in those "foreigners".

I get an impression as "Ploughing the field and forgetting the seeds" from
that fact. Koreans in Japan receive shameless preferential treatments any other
foreigners don't.
For instance, if foreigners except Koreans are arrested for prostitutions, drugs
or crimes that lead to one or more years of penal servitude, they will be
immediately expatriated.
Only they will not be expatriated as long as they commit crimes that lead to
the seven or more years of penal servitude as homicide.
They explain the reason for this is their history.
In plain words, Japan owes them because they are descendants of abducted people.
Thus they take this preferential treatment for granted.
However, the abduction by army is a fabrication made up by Kyung-Sik Park.
They are the descendants of people who came to Japan before and after the war,
and squatted as Ho-Gyu Lim described.
There is no reason that they are distinguished from other foreigners and receive
preferential treatment at all.
But sensible Japanese did not say anything small-minded.
I compromise only Koreans who received the penalty of seven or more years of
penal servitude must be expatriated.
Then how many Koreans have been expatriated since the age Toseikai was active
behind the scenes ?
We have often seen, in newspapers, Korean names following "John Doe whose
real name is".
Expecting large number of criminals have been expatriated, I asked the Ministry
of Justice of the exact number.
However the answer was, "The number of expatriated Koreans since soon after
the war until now is zero because the minister has never stamped for approval."
Though it's well known that Seiken Sugiura refused the signatures for executions,
I didn't know any Justice Ministers had not expatriated Korean felons.
Isn't this the bigger security concern in Japan than to refuse executions ?

変見自在 帝京大教授 高山正之

▼怠慢

『台湾人と日本精神』の著者、蔡焜燦氏は陸軍特別志願兵として京都の山奥で敗戦を迎える。

その年の暮れに祖国台湾に帰還するまで、敗戦の混乱についても触れている。

一夜で「戦勝国民」になった氏らには有り余る食べ物が提供された。
氏はそれで焼きお握りを作り「時には京都駅まで」行って飢えた子供達に配った。
ふと見ると「子供たちに海軍の防寒用チョッキを分けている連中がいた。聞くと同じ台湾志願兵だった」

しかし同じ部隊にいた朝鮮人たちは「食糧倉庫や被服倉庫を襲って集団で強奪した」
「意気消沈する日本人を殴って戦勝国民だと威張っていた」

戦勝国民のために日本は特別列車も仕立てた。たとえそれが数人でもまる一車両を用意する。

粗相があると彼ら戦勝国民は駅長だとか責任者を呼び出して殴る蹴るの暴行を働いた。
当時、旅客局長だった下山定則も彼らに袋叩きにされ、睾丸破裂の重傷を負っている。

この戦勝国民の祖国帰還事業はGHQの命令で行われた。
終戦四ヶ月前に死んだF・ルーズベルトが「日本人を四つの島に閉じこめて滅ぼせ」と遺言した。
滅ぼすのは日本人だけだから余計な朝鮮人などは追い出せというわけだ。

いわゆる「徴用」で日本にきた者はこのときに帰っている。しかしみんな帰ったわけではなかった。

その辺を林浩奎が『第三国人の商法』の中でこう書いている。
「三国人とは戦前戦後を通じて(日本で)生活している在日韓国人らを総称して言う言葉で、
彼らの大多数は第二次大戦前後の混乱期に日本での成功を夢見て海を渡ってきた人たちだ」と。

彼らは「廃品回収やパチンコ、トルコ風呂など現金取引」を生業とした。

もう一つ重要な現金ビジネスが暴力団稼業だ。

戦後の闇世界を仕切ったN・ザペッティを描いた『東京アンダーワールド』に、
彼がチューインガムを捌こうとして日本人に嗜好が合わないと拒絶される話がのっている。

彼は暴力団を雇って店主を脅して売らせる。
それで日本にチューインガム文化が定着することになるが、その暴力団が戦後、急成長した東声会で、
すべて在日朝鮮人だった。

今、いわゆる在日は50万人ほどだが、うち刑務所に収監中が1650人。
中国人の25万人中2000人に次いで多い。

生活保護世帯は日本人の1000人中12人に対し、同48人と4倍に達する。

成功を夢見てきたが、今では日本にただ迷惑をかけているというわけだ。

法務省は増加する外国人犯罪に対処するため、外国人居留者の氏名、住所などをIC登録した「在留カード」を発行する。

ところがこの「外国人」に「在日は入らない」と朝日新聞は伝える。
仏作って魂入れずみたいな印象だが、実をいうと在日には他の外国人にはない破天荒の優遇措置が講じられている。

例えばその他外国人は売春、麻薬、または懲役一年以上の刑を犯せば、ただちに国外退去になる。

しかし在日は麻薬も売春もお構いなし。懲役七年以上、つまり殺人を犯さないかぎり、国外退去処分にはならない。

理由は歴史的な、と説明される。
平たく言えば強制連行された者の子孫だから、日本に負い目がある。
これくらいの優遇措置は当然ということらしい。

しかしその強制連行は朴慶植のでっち上げで、今の在日は林浩奎の記述にあるように戦前、戦後に日本にやってきて
居着いた人とその子孫というのが正しい。

その他外国人と区別して特別優遇する必要はさらさらない。
でもそこは大人の日本人だからせこいことは言わない。

国外追放は懲役七年以上でいいとして、では東声会の昔から、どれほどの朝鮮人が追放されたのか。
新聞にもよく犯人は「何某こと」と朝鮮人名があった。
さぞかし凄い数字だろうと思って法務省に聞くと「大臣が判子を捺さないので戦後この方、在日の国外追放はゼロ」だと。

杉浦正健が死刑執行のサインを拒否したことは知られるが、どの法相も在日の重罪犯を追放しなかったとは知らなかった。
そっちの方が日本の治安上、問題ではないのか。