Monday, August 5, 2013

Taro Aso of Japan agitated the hate-Japan mob around the globe

Taro Aso of Japan agitated the hate-Japan mob around the globe

Tarō Asō (麻生 太郎 Asō Tarō) former prime minister of Japan, current Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance infuriated hate mongers in Asia and around the world.  Minister Aso was speaking to a group in Japan in reference to Japan’s efforts to review their constitution.  He is reported at saying:

“The German Weimar Constitution changed, without being noticed, to the Nazi German constitution. Why don’t we learn from their tactics?”    

Depending on what news organization you read the quote changes a bit:

"….doing it quietly, just as in one day the Weimar constitution changed to the Nazi constitution, without anyone realizing it, why don't we learn from that sort of tactic?"

This caused the hate-Japan thugs in Asia and throughout the world along with the Nazi industry drones to condemn Mr. Aso and demand he apologize.  Apologize for what? 

These hateful group purposely miss-represented what he said by claiming he was urging Japan to follow the Nazi example.  Sorry, that is not what he meant.  When Mr. Aso said “Why don’t we learn from that sort of tactic,” he was not urging Japan to follow the Nazi route in revising part of their constitution.  He was saying Japan should learn from that Nazi tactic by not following it, to use it as an example of what not to do.

But the hate Japan and Nazi industry would have none of that.  They insisted Mr. Aso apologize and for a few days he refused.  Then later in the week he did apologize.  It is sad at the end of the day the “I hate Japan” drones with their co-conspirators  in the Nazi industry succeeded in twisting the truth into a pure distortion.      

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1 comment:

井上エイド said...

Deputy PM Asō never said "Nazi" (ナチス) in his original remarks.

Here's a very good translation of what he said by professionals... not taken out of context, and with the original Japanese to compare:

When Asō Tarō Speaks, People Listen