*to Hanlon's razor: Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity.
Saturday, 15 June 2013
Japanese diplomat gets laughed at for Japan's 'justice' system, yells "Shut up!", continues in broken English.
This is too good not to post:
- Japan sends a broken English speaker to the UN
- he is unable to address the foundation of Japanese police investigations, "not allowing defence lawyers to be present during interrogations of criminal suspects" (coerced confessions)
- his only defence is to 'protest too much', "Certainly Japan is not in the Middle Age(s)... We are one of the most advanced countr(ies) in this field."
- and then to yell "Shut up!" when this is greeted with derision as if his status as an amakudari 'erai-hito' meant anything to an international audience
Keep flailing Japan.
Post script: I blame 'kamo''s comment below, but the broken English reminded me of this Canadian 'Heritage' mandated cultural filler that seemed wrong to me even when first shown decades back. Am I a bad man for laughing? Yes.
Course, it ain't hard to lay into the US, either. Been a good week for it.