A Japanese guy tweets "You! Traitors!

This is a tentative translation of the tweet made by a Japanese guy who claims to be really loving Japan.

My tweeting and drinking have increased so much! You know why!

A guy who was running around, asking the people to sign up for the petition to reduce the sentence of North Korean abductors (those who abducted the Japanese nationals and transported them to North Korea.) now has become Prime Minister of Japan.

And, Ms. Tomiko Okazaki who protested against Japan right in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, raising the Japanese flag with X written on it has been running National Public Safety Commission of Japan. Watch this video:
And, one more guy who evaded tax declared that Japan is not only for the Japanese. That is Hatoyama
          shinjihi  hirata shinji 日本大好き! by tigerkitano
ツイートの数も酒の量も増えたよ。そりゃそうだよ。拉致実行犯人の刑を軽くして下さーいって署名した奴が総理。菅首相。日の丸に×付けて日本 大使館の前でデモした女が国家公安委員長。岡崎トミ子。ちなみに鳩山は脱税しつつも「日本列島は日本人だけのものではない」って宣言。あなたこれでいいの?
My comments:

The most important point that should deserve a serious attention from the general public in Japan is as follows:

It is said that she joined a group of the Korean activists protesting against Japan while on official duty as a member of the House of Councillors, the National Diet of Japan, with all the expenses paid by the Government of Japan.

Suppose an American senator goes to Turkey on official duty and joins a group of some activists protesting against the U.S.A. in front of the U.S. Embassy in Ankara for whatever reasons he or she may have. How will the general public react to it?

Some say that she was on a watch list created by National Safety Commission because of her tendency to work against the national interests until Prime Minister Mr. Kan appointed her as Chief of National Safety Commission.

I totally disagree with the idea that granting a voting right to the foreign residents in Japan helps turn Japan into a socialist state.

As far as granting a voting right to the foreign residents in Japan is concerned, you should read the article written by Kazuhiro Nagao, Professor of the Constitutional Law, Faculty of Law, Chuo University.
Read the article: http://bit.ly/fWlNNn

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