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自民党「支配」中朝と同一視 米紙NYタイムズ報道 外務省、不公正と“抗議”

 【ワシントン=古森義久】米紙ニューヨーク・タイムズの日本の政治や選挙に関する報道は不公正だとして、外務省が二十一日までに同紙に投書の形で抗議の意向を伝えた。投書はニューヨークの日本総領事館経由で送られた。

外務省側が問題にしたのはニューヨーク・タイムズ九月七日付の東京発の「なぜ日本は一党に統治されることに満足なのか」という見出しの報道記事と小泉純一郎首相を批判した同十三日付の社説。投書は「貴紙の日本に関する報道への懸念を深めている」として、まず「七日の記事は自民党の統治の役割を不公正にも中国や北朝鮮の一党支配にたとえている」と述べている。

同記事は日本国民が今回の選挙でも自民党を選ぼうとするのは民主主義の基盤が弱いからだという趣旨で、自民党の長期政権保持を中国や北朝鮮の共産主義政権の支配にたとえ、韓国や台湾の方が市民社会や自由なマスコミが健在で民主主義がより進んでいる、と述べている。

原文In Japan, a disconnected democracy
By Norimitsu Onishi The New York Times

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2005

TOKYO The Liberal Democratic Party, which has governed Japan nearly continuously for half a century, appears headed for another victory in the general election Sunday - a big one, if polls are correct.

And this will delay, again, the start of a new political era in which power is transferred regularly from one party to another, as it is in other democracies.

Japan's democracy is East Asia's oldest, but its ruling party has held power almost as long as the Communist parties in China and North Korea. Younger democracies in South Korea and Taiwan have already experienced changes in ruling parties,

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Onishi intended to hide The Hosokawa cabinet  in 90s which was formed by Japan socialist party and Nihon new party and other 6 parties.

LDP won the election this time was because people smelled Sinocentrism in  Okada Democrats.

The Democrats' manifest was like "Bring 30 million Chinese into Okinawa" "Giving up of national sovereignty", unbelievably crazy.(Okinawa's population is 1.35 mil)

During the cold war, Japan socialist party was financially supported by Soviet (according to the Kremlin documents).

So it's possible the Japan democratic party is getting money from China.


By the way Onishi's articles are always anti-Japan and always bringing  S.Korea into same articles as a rule model.

 He said his family migrated to Montreal Canada in 70's from Ichikawa city, Chiba.  Ichikawa and Montreal both have Korean towns. It is rare for Japanese to immigrate other countries with whole family after 70's because of economic growth. (None of  Japanese that I've known have done family migration to foreign countries except international marriage.  But I have met some former zainichi Koreans who immigrated to the U.S with his/her family in 70's, 80's.)

Here are samples of  Norimitsu Onishi articles. You will see his deviation.

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Byeonsan Bikini Beach Journal; A Tourism Plan's Itsy-Bitsy, Teeny-Weeny Miscalculation
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

 Dreams of a Korean Summer: School and a New Cell
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

German Village Journal; In a Corner of South Korea, a Taste of German Living
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

Roll Over, Godzilla: Korea Rules 
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

Udo Journal; South Korea's 'Sea Women' Trap Prey and Turn Tables
February 15, 2005, Tuesday
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

 What's Korean for 'Real Man?' Ask a Japanese Woman
December 23, 2004, Thursday
By NORIMITSU ONISHI

South Korea adds culture to its export power - Asia - Pacific .
By Norimitsu Onishi 

update:Onishi has his office in Asahi Shimbun building. Asahi Shimbun is famous ultra leftist media.