Nickolas Levasseur

The article that the member of the Lower House of the State of New Hampshire of the United States of America,Nickolas Levasseur wrote in Facebook was deleted.

He wrote it in this way.

“Anime is a prime example of why two nukes just wasn’t enough.”

Does the American want to use more atom bombs for Japan? It is very terrible. I examined it about State of New Hampshire. There are the most few colored races in the state in United States. And the state is the farthest from Japan.

Access is difficult now from Japan to the site of the state government. Does the state intercept a line as well as China? Is not there the United States of America?

Cash

There is the person disliking U.S.A. which is strange in Japan. However, I have many American friends.

Hummmm……………

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2 Responses to Nickolas Levasseur

  1. baker b. says:

    That’s just the stupidest remark I’ve ever heard.
    Levasseur, while attempting the worst type of joke possible, still should be severely reprimanded. I was extremely sorry to see a Democrat say this and a fellow countryman say this.

    And since the subject was brought up, I’d just add that Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle) is light years beyond the vast majority of American produced animation in my opinion.

  2. ujiyasu says:

    Hi! baker 🙂
    I’m convinced that most American friends seem to be you.
    Perhaps the words of the member of the Diet were jokes for him. I think that he didn’t have the harm for Japan.

    Japan and your country continue strong alliance relations for dozens of years.We are not in state that it is aggravation concerned by the joke of one member of the Diet.

    As for similar problem, the Japanese insensitive member of the Diet causes the same thing.

    We should not be confused by them 😀

    baker,thank you for the comment that you are friendly 🙂

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