Why should South Korea continue to liquidate “Korean traitors”? Which one of the “Pro Japanese” is a good thing?

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During the war of resistance against Japan, in addition to the Japanese aggressors, the Chinese hated the traitors most. The Japanese invaders poisoned and maimed the Chinese people, and the cooperation of the traitors was indispensable.

The Korean Peninsula, which was annexed by the Japanese invaders, had a much higher proportion of “Korean traitors” during the Japanese occupation than China. Even after Japan’s defeat and surrender, a large number of “Korean traitors” fled to Japan.

The “Korean traitors” left on the Korean Peninsula escaped liquidation because the country could not establish a unified regime.

When the political military divide on the Korean Peninsula appeared, the United States only made a symbolic liquidation of the “Korean traitors” in order to control the peninsula, and the vast majority of the “Korean traitors” were actually protected because they were “valuable”.

The northern revolutionary regime carried out a comprehensive liquidation of the “Korean traitors”, so another group of “Korean traitors” fled to South Korea.


The Japanese governor’s office was only changed into the South Korean “military administration hall” by the U.S. military. Until January 1947, 60 Japanese remained in high-level positions in the military administration hall, and the middle and lower levels were “valuable” Koreans.

For nearly three years, the Americans, the Japanese and the “Korean traitors” colluded to brutally persecute the Korean revolutionaries and the Korean people who were striving for independence.

The South Korean commander of the South Korean police force appointed by the United States turned out to be Li Yingjun, the former Japanese commander. The “South Korean traitor” changed from a Japanese lackey to an American lackey, and continued to be domineering.

The Korean War broke out in 1950, and the “Korean traitors” have become the backbone of the “new government”.


After the Korean War, the “Korean traitors” knew that only by working hard for the Americans could they seize power and escape liquidation. Seeing that the situation was safe, the “Korean traitors” in Japan returned to the Korean Peninsula in the name of “investors” and continued to make money.

Late liquidation

From the “Han River miracle” in the 1960s to the mid-1990s, South Korea’s economy developed rapidly, and South Koreans became rich from poverty, but the whole national spirit was in a confused and distorted state.

The humiliation and sadness brought about by the Japanese colonial era have always made Koreans unable to find a feeling of elation. Coupled with the lack of independence in politics, military affairs and diplomacy, Koreans are even more depressed.

The descendants of “Korean traitors” have both fame and wealth, which is psychologically unacceptable to Koreans, but the official liquidation process of “Korean traitors” has been unable to start.

However, “Korean traitors” are “Korean traitors” after all, and they will never change their traitorous nature.

In 1997-1998, when the Asian financial crisis led to the economic crisis in South Korea, President Kim Dae Jung called on South Koreans to show solidarity and donate dollars and gold to tide over the difficulties.

Those descendants of “Korean traitors” are busy transferring capital to the “safe country”, completely ignoring the government’s inability to deal with the plight of Soros, a financial giant. Some rich Koreans even hold more than a dozen passports and are ready to become Americans, Japanese and British at any time.

After the financial storm, the descendants of the “Korean traitor” and the new “Korean traitor” were suddenly pushed ahead of the anger of the people. If the government doesn’t start the liquidation procedure again, how can it explain to history? How to explain to the current situation?

In fact, in 1992, Korean national self-esteem was deeply hurt by “Korean traitors”, and the Asian financial crisis in 1998 was a total outbreak.

At that time, there was a case in which Li runheng, the grandson of traitor Li Wanyong, hired a lawyer to sue the government for the return of his grandfather’s land and property, but he actually won the lawsuit.

Li Wanyong was the first of the “Yi Si five thieves” who signed the “Korea Japan protection treaty” with Japan in 1905, which led to the demise of the Korean kingdom.

The grandson of the number one “Korean traitor” dared to be so rampant. The descendants of those small “Korean traitors” also sued one after another, demanding to take back their ancestors’ land and property. More than 30 such lawsuits have occurred successively, and some, like Li runheng, have also won the lawsuit.

The descendants of the “Korean traitor” turned the tables, but South Korean legal professionals said that everything should respect the judicial ruling.

Facing the conflict between right and wrong, black and white, the South Korean government has been avoiding this matter.


In 2004, Roh moo Hyun became the first South Korean President to respond positively to the issue of “Korean traitors”.

In his speech on the restoration of Japan, he said that betrayal of the country and patriotism cannot be separated from right and wrong. Three generations of Anti Japanese martyrs have been poor, and three generations of Pro Japanese and Korean spies have been rich. This kind of historical cognition of reversing right and wrong will make the whole country unable to lift its head.

In February, 2002, the non-governmental organization “Korea restoration Association” has published a list of 708 Pro Japanese anti nationalists.

In March, 2004, with the support of Roh moo Hyun, the South Korean parliament passed the special law on the truth correction of Pro Japanese anti national acts.

As a result, both the “Korean traitor” and the Japanese government jumped out to protest and demanded that the word “Pro Japanese” be removed.

Japan cultivates Pro Japanese elements everywhere in East Asia, but it is afraid of hearing the word “Pro Japanese”, and Japanese lackeys are even more afraid of being considered “Pro Japanese”. Under pressure from various parties, the South Korean parliament deleted these words.

Then, South Korea established the “truth finding Commission of Pro Japanese anti national acts” and the “Property Investigation Commission of Pro Japanese anti national actors” directly under the president.

In 2005, the Korean parliament added the word “Pro Japanese” again and passed the “special law on the confiscation of property by Pro Japanese anti national actors”, clearing the legal obstacles for the liquidation of “Pro Japanese residues” (Korean traitors).

On June 30, 2006, the “truth finding Commission for pro Japanese anti national acts” released the first batch of official investigation lists of 120 “Korean traitors”, with a total number of 452 identified.

Roh moo Hyun’s practice of checking three generations can be traced back to 1904.

South Korea confiscated 13 square kilometers of “Pro Japanese debris”. In addition, 3520 pieces of land registered by Koreans in the name of Japanese were also confiscated. As long as the three generations of ancestors have cooperated with the Japanese colonists and benefited from the “Korean traitor” descendants, this is the case.

South Korea also issued the white paper “Pro Japanese property investigation”, which is to let the next generation of South Korea know that the crimes of betraying the country and nation will be liquidated no matter how long it has been in the past.

Justice, supervision, finance, Shanlin, national tax, police, personnel and other departments have all intervened in the investigation of “Korean traitors”.

The liquidation of “Korean traitors” continued until the end of Roh moo Hyun’s term in 2008.

In addition to confiscating their property, the names of the ancestors of the “Korean traitors” should also be published in the media and included in a separate volume, so that they will always be spurned by people. One of the criteria for listing is: receiving the “gift of the emperor”.

The so-called “gift from the emperor” is the reward given by the Japanese colonists to the Korean traitors who have made significant “contributions” in cooperation with the imperial army. The heads of Anti Japanese heroes on the Korean Peninsula are their “contributions”.

In March, 2008, after Lee Myung Bak came to power, he quietly stopped the liquidation action and got on well with Japan.

Next, park Geun hye, whose father Park Chung Hee once worked as a Japanese officer, had a negative and wobbly attitude towards the liquidation of the descendants of “Korean traitors”. Therefore, the liquidation of “Korean traitors” movement returned from the official to the private.


Until 2019, on the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the “March 1st independence movement” against Japanese colonial rule on the Korean Peninsula, Moon Jae-in re raised the issue of liquidating “Pro Japanese residues”. He said that without liquidating these “Pro Japanese residues”, the pain of the victims could not be cured, and the relationship between South Korea and Japan could not develop healthily.

Moon Jae-in is considered to be the successor of Roh moo Hyun’s political mantle. Roh moo Hyun committed suicide by jumping off a cliff. Moon Jae-in and others believe that the cause of the tragedy is not only the coercion of political enemies, but also the “Korean traitors” force has played an important role. Therefore, Moon Jae-in government once again liquidated “Korean traitors”.

The situation in South Korea is different from that in China. After 1945, the traitors were formally punished, some were shot and some were imprisoned. Although the Kuomintang did not do it thoroughly, there were many missed fish.

However, after 1949, the traitors became the targets of “suppressing rebellion”, and they could no longer own illegal land and property, so they had to bow their heads and plead guilty.

In nearly 60 years, South Korea has never had a formal liquidation action, and there is no “Korean rape crime”. On the contrary, the “Han traitors” got along well under the shadow of the new master.

Some pro Japanese literati in South Korea also said from time to time that “Japan has made contributions to the industrialization of the Korean peninsula”. The number one “Korean traitor” like Li Wanyong also has a “positive” meaning.

The “March 1st independence movement” in 1919 was a heavy stroke in the history of the Korean Peninsula. At that time, the rebels used “nonviolent” means to resist the Japanese. As a result, more than 30000 people were killed by the Japanese who shouted “Greater East Asia co prosperity”, and countless people were tortured to death in prison.

The Koreans who resisted Japan fled to China one after another. The Korean interim government was also established in Shanghai, and the Chinese gave great support to the Koreans.

Although the history of China, Japan and South Korea has been turned over for several pages, the right and wrong of black and white will not change. Japan is a country that owes a lot of blood debts to China and South Korea. If we forget these histories and confuse the major issues of right and wrong, will the blood of the victims slaughtered by the Japanese not flow in vain?

Anti Japanese patriots can still work hard with the Japanese in the absence of food and clothing. Now their living conditions are better, but some people have formed the habits of loving Japan, fawning on Japan and kneeling on Japan. They also think that they are tolerant, objective and rational. Isn’t it funny?

Those who always like to say “respect” Japan, can’t they think that Japan is a country that doesn’t even have the courage to face up to history? What can be respected?

South Korea is not a truly independent country. It is powerless on many issues, but it also knows to liquidate the “Pro Japanese residue”.

Looking back at the history of Northeast Asia and comparing it with today, which of the “Pro Japanese and pro Japanese” is a good thing?

Over the years, with the joint “efforts” of the Ministry of foreign affairs and the pro Japanese residue, Japan has almost become a “victim” of World War II. What else can Japan’s far right fail to do?

We must deal with these “Pro Japanese residues” who identify themselves as their fathers, and we must not allow them to infiltrate online and offline propaganda in China under various names.

Where is the most concentrated “Pro Japanese residue” in China? In Taiwan Province, it is not necessary to underestimate the impact of these “Emperors” on the mainland network.

One day, we will clear them up.

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