胸がいっぱいになる 小学校4年生の作文 A moving letter written to the Kanagawa Mayor by a 4th grader.

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朝鮮学校の無償化が 見送られました。各自冶体が 北朝鮮の核事件や拉致を理由に補助金を取り消したりしています。 政府に対する機嫌取りでしょうか?民主主義のはずの日本、一人一人の 人権も 保障されているなら 在日コリアンは 民族教育を 選ぶ権利も あるはず。

横浜朝鮮初級学校4年ペマユさんの神奈川県黒岩知事への手紙を 紹介します。彼女の力作でり、一人で一気に書き上げたそうです。
是非、読んでみてください。この素晴らしい文を 読み、私は 改めて 朝鮮学校教育の 素晴らしさを 実感しました。この日本語は 学校で習う外国語ですよ。授業は 全部 朝鮮語で 行うため、素晴らしい バイリングアルです。日本の学校で 英語を何年習っても 出来るようになる人は・・・・・

これを読み、胸がいっぱいになりました。子供を 政治に 巻き込む政治家を 許せない・・・自分だって 親でしょう???

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The Japanese government has excluded the Pro-Pyongyang schools from the high school tuition waiver system. Ironically, all other schools, including international schools are to be include, despite the fact that the schools meet the requirements. Furthermore, as a result of North Korea’s nuclear tests, and the no progress on the abduction issue local governments are withdrawing local aid as well. It seems the schools are doomed. In a so called democratic country that is supposed to respect human rights you would expect parents have a right to choose an ethnic education for the children, obviously not if you are a Korean. A young 4th grade student writes a letter of appeal to a the Governor of Kanagawa in an appeal to ask him to reconsider. She tells him of the interesting times she has with Japanese students when they have visit each other for school events, about why she feels it is unfair for the Korean students to always be scapegoated when there are issues between the Japanese government and DPRK arise.

In this moving letter the young writer ends with a request of a reply. I wonder if the Governor will be decent enough to do so. Scapegoating children in international political issues is unforgivable, but if you do it to Koreans in Japan, somehow it is condoned by society.

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