日本の戦後は、アメリカの政界の最も悪質な部分である「ニューディーラー」にたちによってつくられた。 彼らニューディーラーたちは、１９３０年代のアメリカのリベラル勢力である。彼らの代表がフランクリン・ ルーズベルト大統領であった。この一部が敗戦直後にマッカーサー元師の取り巻きとして日本にも上陸した。 この者たちによって私たち日本人は、敗戦直後から現在までずっと管理・教育されてきた。この事を英文で書くと 次のようになる。 The‘New Dealers'(i.e the prototypical globalists)brought int japan with their ideeas that brainwashed the japanese people duringt the Occupation years.As a result,japan has led a sheltered existence for the past half-century from the rest of the world in terms of prevailing political thoughts,thus creating a one- domineted ruling class. This ruling class then intentionally isolated the country from the outside, in order to maintain control over the japanese people. 上の英文の訳 「ニューディーラー（すなわち、グローバリストの初期の形態）が、占領時代に日本に彼らの思想を植えつけた。 その後、それらの意図的な思想が、日本国民の思考の中に根づいた。だから日本は、この半世紀の間ずっと、 世界中で通用している本物の政治思想や考え方から壁を作られて遮られてきた。そして国内に専制的なひとつの 支配階級をつくった。この支配層は日本国内の支配を維持するために、日本を外側世界と意思が通じない状態に 置く原因をつくった。」 この英文を、自分の友人や知人のアメリカ人やイギリス人その他の英語圏国民に見せてみとよい。 政治問題に 関心のある少し知的な英米人であれば、必ずそれなりの興味深い反応を示すだろう。もし、本当に頭の良い賢明な アメリカ人であったら、「どうして、お前は、このことを知っているのだ？」と驚かれたあとに、さらに多くの 恐るべき真実をあれこれ語ってくれるだろう。 引用は副島隆彦「日本の危機の本質」Ｐ３３～３４
Give me back that filet o'fish, give me that fish Give me back that filet o'fish, give me that fish What if it was you, hanging up on this wall If it was you in that sandwich, you wouldn't be laughing at all...
NYC Boy, 15, Stabs Bullying Classmate 16 Times ttp://wcbstv.com/local/school.bully.stabbing.2.1557542.html
これは本当のLawかな？(上のahajokes.com..) Dumb New York Laws New York - Citizens may not greet each other by "putting one's thumb to the nose and wiggling the fingers". - It is illegal for a woman to be on the street wearing "body hugging clothing." - You may not smoke within 100 feet of the entrance to a public building. - Women may go topless in public, providing it is not being used as a business. Greene - During a concert, it is illegal to eat peanuts and walk backwards on the sidewalks.
NEW YORK PARKING Before going to Europe on business, a man drove his Rolls-Royce to a downtown NY City bank and went in to ask for an immediate loan of $5,000.
The loan officer, taken aback, requested collateral. "Well, then, here are the keys to my Rolls-Royce", the man said. The loan officer promptly had the car driven into the bank's underground parking for safe keeping, and gave him $5,000.
Two weeks later, the man walked through the bank's doors, and asked to settle up his loan and get his car back. "That will be $5,000 in principal, and $15.40 in interest", the loan officer said. The man wrote out a check and started to walk away.
"Wait sir", the loan officer said, "while you were gone, I found out you are a millionaire. Why in the world would you need to borrow $5,000?"
New York のアクセントについて New York City The accent varies across the boroughs. The classic example is "dirty toilet water" becoming pronounced something like "doity terlet wada."
Brooklyn, New York -loss of postvocalic <r>. This is general in New York City. -faster speech tempo -faster speech tempo /@I/ pronounced /3r/ and /3r/ pronounced /@I/. When asked if the apartment had heat in the winter the landlord replied "Shua. We got a brand new url boyna." ("Sure. We got [purchased] a brand new oil burner.") This is a popular stereotype, but not very common among natives born after World War II.
Reference Old Bugs Bunny cartoons (Bugs has a Brooklyn accent). The accent is often exaggerated, but it still does exist to some degree with many Brooklyn natives. Groucho Marx also had a passable Brooklyn accent. A more contemporary version can be found on the popular television show The Sopranos even though the show is set in Essex County, New Jersey: the Brooklyn accent was carried to New Jersey by New Yorkers moving to the suburbs. http://www.wordiq.com/definition/Regional_accents_of_English_speakers#New_York_City
http://japandaynyc.org/main/ Now in its fourth year as a New York City tradition, Japan Day @ Central Park returns to the East Meadow this Sunday, with tents offering a wide range of family-friendly and traditional activities, samplings of popular cuisine, and powerful stage performances featuring entertainers from Tokyo and New York. Last year an estimated 45,000 New Yorkers participated in Japan Day @ Central Park -- and this year is expected to be bigger than ever!
"Fishing" for yo-yo balloons at 2009 Japan Day @ Central Park. Be sure to stop by and say hello at Japan Society's yo-yo fishing (yo-yo tsuri) tent!
(last night's talk with brit posters) - The Japenese team looked like they were kneeling down preparing for Hari- Kari before Paraguay booted the decider in. - nope that was not hari kari. sending psychic wave -Ah but psychic wave didn't work though, I trust the goalie did the decent thing in the dressing room afterwards. - Kneeling before seppuku tends to be done alone. How many "inscrutables" did Tyldesly get out, btw? - decent what? I saw honda clasped his hands in the manner of buddhist prayer before the PK ..he is said to have a good looking spouse - OK getting ready for what should be a good game. - There is no way this one doesn't end in tears. - Indeed, could be a corker - really thought japan will go through.oh well - Tonight could be the Twatball game of the tournament so far.
Paraguay dominated possession, but it amounted to little. Japan was content to counterattack, with midfielder Keisuke Honda in an advanced role, but rarely was it able to string together more than three or four passes.
「日本の選手はみな1968年前後のアメリカの高校の生徒みたいなバロックな髪型にアレンジしていた」。。 http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/30/sports/soccer/30vescey.html?scp=4&sq=Japan%20Paraguai&st=cse The refs did not need much help in the Japan-Paraguay match. I have nothing against scintillating scoreless ties, but this was a boring one. The teams were an odd match, the Paraguayans looking blocky in their red jerseys and white shorts, almost like a beer league team, but with world-level talent. The Japanese all had baroque hair arrangements like an American high school home-room, circa 1968. And nobody could put the ball in the net.