Horiemon’s foolish behavior and a silly excuse
Takafumi Horie, a famous Japanese company manager, appeared in NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) talk show.
Mr. Horie was wearing a T-shirt on which Hitler was drawn, so the broadcasting station received complaints from many viewers.
NHK apologized after broadcasting, but Mr. Horie didn’t reflect.
He refuted on Twitter;
T-shirt has written “No War” characters. Can’t understand that it’s a joke? Are they stupid?
Major newspaper in the world took up this issue.
TOKYO - Japan's public broadcaster NHK apologized Wednesday over a cartoon with Adolf Hitler's face that was printed on…www.washingtonpost.com
TOKYO - Japan's public broadcaster NHK apologized Wednesday over a cartoon with Adolf Hitler's face that was printed on…mobile.nytimes.com
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A few years ago, Finance Minister Taro Aso made remarks that it would be better to learn from Nazi’s method.
I think Japanese society is too generous to the Nazi regime and Hitler.
What a foolish attitude to not learn from a tragic history!