Ozawa: Is WSJ 'simple-minded' and prejudiced?
Now a movie captured the Ozawa's speech several days ago and it can solve the question of simple-mindedness or monocellular or prejudice posed by the WSJ, the market fundamentalists financial newspaper. It can be evident which side was slanted, Ozawa or WSJ. The days of networking and massive provision of broadband information can solve the riddles quickly, of which answers were in the past monopolised and provided by the big infomation providers such as the newspapers and broadcasting stations, and other mass media.
The location of Ozawa's speech movie was introduced by a reader of this blog, and comment that Ozawa spoke with a tone of encouraging Japanese citizens and there was no criticisms nor despise so whatever against the Americans. If so, intention of WSJ article is to downgrade the Osawa's running for the postition of the Japanese Prieme Minister? If so, is it typical meddling into the internal affairs of the independent country and the malicious article will jeopardize the respect and dignity toward the focal polititian of the Japan's politics now?
As long as this Blog writer listened to the speech, Mr Ozawa emphasized that the Japanese should learn from Americans and British people for their good points and better way of life. He was impressed by the American School Bus Operation and by the British military officers resistance demanding the application of POW rule of the Geneva Convention. I could not see any degrading reference to the Americans. Did Wall Street writer could apprehend the Ozawa speech in Japanese laguage?Please click the wind bell to raise the ranking of this blog.