異星人と交信した結果、撃沈。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。。

※登場するクズ太郎は  『元カレ』ではありません。  ただのキチガイストーカー妄想虚言変出者です。

異星人と交流した結果、撃沈。。。。

『丸山穂高議員、自分の非を認めて自ら引くということは出来ないのかな』。。。

 

丸山穂高議員、

あれやらこれやらと手を使い粘っているけれど、

英語でこの件を報じているニュース記事を見て

日本の恥だと思った。

 

発言が発言だけに、

国内の問題ではなく、

海外からも注目されるのは当然なんだろうけど、

日本と戦争のこととなると。。。

過去のことやらなんやらあるから、

やっぱり、こういう考えをし、

こういう発言を平気でしてしまう人が国会議員でいることは

色々な意味で危険だろうな。

 

早く辞めないのかな?この方。。。

 

 

 

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Lower House denounces 'war' gaffe lawmaker

 

The Lower House of Japan's Diet has

unanimously adopted a resolution urging a lawmaker

to decide whether to give up his seat over a controversial

remark about four Russian-held islands claimed by Japan.

 

Hodaka Maruyama visited one of the islands

with a group of former islanders last month.

Maruyama was reportedly drunk when he

asked the group leader if he would support

starting a war to take back the islands.

 

On Thursday, the Lower House plenary session voted

on the draft resolution submitted jointly by the governing

and opposition parties.

They include the Nippon Ishin Japan Innovation Party,

which expelled Maruyama in mid-May.

 

The adopted resolution says Maruyama has

greatly undermined Japan's national interests

and the authority and dignity of the Lower House

by repeatedly making remarks that are

unworthy of a Diet member.

 

 

 

It goes on to say that Maruyama apparently lacks

the necessary qualities to be a lawmaker.

 

According to the secretariats of the Lower House

and Upper House, this is the first resolution

to denounce a lawmaker.

 

In a statement submitted to the Diet,

Maruyama apologized for making improper

and inconsiderate remarks,

but he refused to resign, saying he is

apprehensive that the legislature is

becoming something like a people's court.

 

Japan calls the Russian-held islands the Northern Territories.

The government maintains they are an inherent part of

Japan's territory.

It says the islands were illegally occupied after World War Two.