Thursday, 26 April 2012

OZAWA: 'MORE OF THE SHADOW, LESS OF THE SHOGUN'


Now would be a good time to read Michael Cucek's piece on the meaning of Japan's leading political reformer (that would be Ozawa) being not guilty of whatever the latest attempt to bog him down with litigation was. Whether it makes any difference is another matter, one that you should read his brief article RIGHT HERE to find out.

And, while you are at it, you really should read Cucek's insightful essay on Japanese politics and 3/11 - Politics: Kan won in RECONSTRUCTING 3/11.

Carry on.

Pic ripped off from the Japan Times. Sorry, lost the link now...

3 comments:

Durf said...

Nice to see him writing about politics, which he knows, rather than the idiocy he slapped up about NHK kids' shows the other week.

Our Man in Abiko said...

If we always wrote what we know, we'd never learn anything new. And there would be an awful lot of white space on this blog, that's for certain.

MTC said...

Was it really that stupid? The public broadcaster producing programs associating robotic response to commands with ideal child and human behavior?