Mohammad Ali-Hassan, governor of the southern Iraqi province of Muthana, is very rude. Even if you accept that his comment is coming from a position of “You helped destroy our country; now rebuild it properly,” this still seems extremely uncharitable:
“I am disappointed with the outcome of Japan’s reconstruction assistance. The projects that have been implemented so far are below our expectations,” Ali-Hassan said in an interview on a local television network.
I mean, what is that? A guilt trip? “How dare you not build everything we want yesterday!”
Will Japan just roll over after such a Gaijin Smash?