太田述正コラム#5763(2012.10.5)
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<太田>(ツイッターより)

 映画『アルゴ』試写会から戻った
 史実をおさえてから行ったので、「事実は小説より奇なり」の真逆だったので時々笑いを噛み殺しながら見てた。

「虚しい自己アピールを敬遠する日本人…」
http://j.people.com.cn/205252/205265/7967259.html
慶祝! 日本ヨイショ記事が人民網に戻ってきた。

<KP>

 ブログ<(コラム#5761)>に私のメッセージを載せて頂きまして恐縮です。
 実は、私のお見せしたかったリンクはこれです(イギリスのことが書かれています):http://www.9393.co.jp/china_japan/kako_china_japan/2012/12_1003_china_japan.html
 日英の時差で、ページが過去のものに変わっていくのに気が付きませんでした。
 また楽しく読ませていただきます。(考えさせられる投稿も多いですが)

<太田>

 日本が香港を統治してたら、とっくの昔に香港で民主主義が実現してたでしょうがね・・。


 それでは、その他の記事の紹介です。

 安倍(自民党)という特定の政治家(政党)を持ち上げ、褒め称えることが社是である産経新聞社とはどんな存在だろうか。↓

 「・・・<安倍という>特定の政治家を叩き、おとしめることが社是である<朝日>新聞社とはどんな存在だろうか。・・・」
http://sankei.jp.msn.com/life/news/120909/bks12090907550009-n1.htm

 それだけじゃダメだ。中身の議論ももっと積極的にしなくっちゃ。↓

 「尖閣、中国主張の矛盾追及 「70年代まで触れず」と政府・・・」
http://www.tokyo-np.co.jp/s/article/2012100401001981.html

 讀賣のこんな議論は、典拠の具体性が欠けているので迫力がないこと夥しい。↓

 「・・・台湾についても、「東蕃」(東の未開地)と言っていた中国が領有したのは清朝の17世紀後半。領土北辺は、日本が台湾を植民地化した1895年以前には基隆嶼(台湾北端の小島)が公文書に記され、尖閣諸島は清国の領土からは除外されています。・・・」
http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/job/biz/qaworld/20121004-OYT8T00958.htm?from=yoltop

 ぜひ、1990〜95年に事実上の駐台湾米国大使を務めたNat Bellocchiによる、台湾の尖閣領有権主張に対する論駁を参考にして欲しいもんだ。↓

 ・・・ Chiang Kai-shek’s (蔣介石) Republic of China (ROC) did not start claiming the islands until 1971. Maps published by the ROC before that period did not include them in its territory, while in his diaries even Chiang himself referred to the islands as the “Senkakus.”・・・
http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/editorials/archives/2012/10/05/2003544395

 竹島駐留の韓国の警官達は日本に敬意を抱き、日本人が大好きらしいよ。↓

 ・・・The police are happy to joke around, and two, at the urging of a cameraman Thursday, broke into an extended dance mimicking Psy, the South Korean pop star. Although the police spoke about their job seriously, saying they’d defend the islands to the death, some also acknowledged their neighbor as a friend more than an enemy.
“Japan has accomplished a lot,” said Jeong Eun-jae, 31. “I admire their economic achievement, their diligence. They’re nice people.”
 <日韓の指導層がイカンとこの記事は言ってるが、日本の指導層をここで引き合いに出すのは止めて欲しいね。↓>
 It’s at the two countries’ leadership levels that the rhetoric becomes less compromising.・・・
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/s-korea-makes-a-point-about-its-claim-on-disputed-islands/2012/10/04/3744ed34-0e20-11e2-bb5e-492c0d30bff6_print.html
 <新しく竹島の警官に応募した青年も熱烈な日本ファンだ。↓>
 ・・・Kwon Se-hyon, 19, is one of those who secured the posting. Mr. Kwon is a college student who grew up loving Japanese comic strips and animated cartoons and believing that Koreans have a lot to learn from Japan. Still, in April, he joined 150 police recruits competing for seven open slots on Dokdo, where 45 officers are stationed.
 “I didn’t want to miss this very special opportunity for a Korean man,” he said.
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/05/world/asia/south-korea-and-japan-fight-over-rocky-islets.html?ref=world&_r=0&pagewanted=print

 ホント、韓国の指導層は、政治家だけじゃなく、知識人もダメだわ。↓

 「・・・問題は日本だ。今回の事態を口実にして、日本が平和憲法を破棄し、再軍備を公式化する方向にかじを切るのではないかと心配している・・・」
http://www.chosunonline.com/site/data/html_dir/2012/10/04/2012100401542.html

 トルコ議会は、政府に対し、来年まで、いつでもシリア領内に侵攻する許可を与えた。↓

 Turkey's parliament has given legal authority to the military to launch cross-border raids into Syria in response to Wednesday's deadly mortar strikes that killed five civilians and edged the two former allies closer to a big conflict.
 The vote to allow the military to cross into Syria at any point over the next year・・・
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/oct/04/turkish-government-authorises-raids-syria
 <今や、シリアには、イラン、ロシア、サウディアラビア、カタール、米国、そしてトルコが介入してるってこと。↓>
 ・・・Turkey did not have the legal legitimacy to intervene. But now they also realise that everybody is intervening.
 Iran is intervening by sending military advisors. Russia is intervening by sending weapons on a regular basis. Saudi Arabia and Qatar are intervening by sending money and some weapons. And the United States is intervening by sending communications gear and some weapons and money indirectly. So everyone is interfering, but they talk about no interference, which is cynical …・・・
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/oct/04/syria-turkey-great-powers

 アルゼンチンが国家債務を踏み倒していることを糾弾し、IMFやG-20から追放せよと叫ぶコラムだ。
 ぺロニストの故大統領の妻の現ぺロニストの大統領を見て、エヴィータは喜んでいるのか悲しんでいるのか。↓

 ・・・Argentina defaulted on about $100 billion in bonds in 2001 -- the largest failure to repay sovereign debt in history -- and gave creditors a take-it-or-leave-it offer of 35 cents on the dollar (traditional settlements are usually in the range of 50 to 60 percent).・・・
 <同国の経済的自由度は現在世界で158番目。↓>
 ・・・Since 2003, Argentina has dropped from 68th to 158th (behind Burundi and Belarus) in the Index of Economic Freedom, compiled annually by the Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal. Worst of all, Kirchner has spent five years flouting international financial norms -- and getting away with it.・・・
 A week earlier, the IMF had issued an official warning to Argentina -- in effect, a yellow card -- that if it doesn't shape up by Dec. 17, it will become the first developed country ever to be kicked out of the 188-member organization. ・・・
 <アルゼンチン批判を鮮明にしたのは米、独、スペインだって。英国や日本はどうなってんだ?↓>
  ・・・expel Argentina from the G-20 and the IMF and end the flood of loans coming from international institutions. The United States took the first step along this path in September 2011, when a Treasury Department official announced that "the U.S. will oppose lending to Argentina" at the World Bank and the IDB.
Until recently, the United States was alone, but on Aug. 31, Germany and Spain joined in voting noon a $60 million IDB loan for a development project in Argentina's San Juan province. Spain's opposition was not surprising, given Kirchner's seizure of the shares that the Spanish company Repsol held in YPF. But Germany's vote was a real blow・・・
http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2012/10/04/argentinas_deadbeat_mom?page=full

 今、英国は明るくフランスは暗いんだって。↓

 ・・・never in 16 years of living in France, and making pretty regular trips back and forth across the Channel, have I ever felt a greater disparity in national moods.
 <英国が明るいのは女王即位60年やオリンピックのせいもあるけどだって。↓>
 You will object that this has been a pretty unusual year in the United Kingdom, what with the Jubilee and the Olympics - and that appearances may be short-lived and deceptive.・・・
 It really did feel like Brits were looking at themselves after half a century of decolonisation and deindustrialisation and immigration and the "end of deference'" and all the rest of it, and saying "Well, here we are and actually, we are not so bad."・・・
 Things do not feel great in France at the moment. On one level, looking at the statistics does not mean much - because the figures are pretty bad in Britain too.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-19814806

 米南北戦争とイタリアの統一とはシンクロしてた面があるんだね。
 北部政府とガリバルディは仲間意識があった。↓

 The American Civil War wasn’t the only national struggle to capture world attention in September 1862. Italy, already partially unified under King Victor Emanuel II by the valiant efforts of Giuseppe Garibaldi, was riven with tension over whether to annex the rest of the peninsula. What many observers didn’t realize is how, behind the scenes, the roiling events in Italy that fall would have a critical influence on the course of the American conflict.・・・
http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/04/roma-o-morte/?ref=opinion

 「iPS細胞から卵子 生命の作製・・・」
http://sankei.jp.msn.com/science/news/121005/scn12100509080003-n1.htm
 <これ↑、画期的なことのようだね。だけど、ワシントンポストとNYタイムスの電子版が報じないのはなぜなんだろ。↓>
http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2012/oct/04/baby-mice-stem-cells
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19827287
http://www.latimes.com/health/la-sci-stem-cells-infertility-20121005,0,5045349,print.story
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