What do you do when you don’t agree with something and can’t find a civil, socially acceptable, and legal way to express that disagreement? You illegally deface it of course. Like a sniveling coward. Because that proves your argument is so weak and so wrong (and you know it) but you still want to keep with it, so you act out like a little tantruming brat.
That’s exactly what happened to a New Jersey monument for comfort women.
It was “defiled with a stake by an unidentified perpetrator,” said the group, which calls itself Korean American Civic Empowerment. Local police began investigation, it said in a statement. The group said it found the monument defaced earlier in the day, adding a sign reading Dokdo “is Japan’s indigenous territory” was also placed there. A sticker with the same message was found attached to the entrance of the petition room of the South Korean consulate in New York.
You know, it would be refreshing to hear a legitimate, thought out, and logical argument against having such a memorial for the tortured comfort women of World War II. I may not agree with it, but maybe if you give me a good enough reason, I would consider it honestly and reasonably.