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Carlos Ghosn vs. Japan's legal system [Flees to Lebanon]

Is the arrest of Carlos Ghosn

  • Political

    Votes: 11 47.8%
  • Normal he is corrupted

    Votes: 5 21.7%
  • He is like a lot of Lebanese corrupted

    Votes: 7 30.4%
  • A shame to Lebanon

    Votes: 3 13.0%

  • Total voters
    23

Notorious

First of his Name
Orange Room Supporter
Jumblat wants him in energy and water instead of the current racaille
😀
I’ll take him over any other person. Plus it’ll be a big middle finger to Japan. (Similar to the thawra hand but with the middle finger flying high)
 

Jorje

Legendary Member
You should be disgusted at the pathetic way you chose to go to the extent of obviously deforming a sentence and rearranging it words just in order to claim and hang on to a lie. And for what exactly? What's the purpose? Why are you trying so hard?

There's no need for the "Japanese" adjective unless you're attributing to the Japanese an attribute, which is sneakiness in this case. The reference to Pearl Harbor only serves to further highlight the ethnicity/nationality of the subjects. Word order make no difference to the argument.

Take your idiotic semantics game to whatever third rate law school you went to where it has a chance of working.
 

Viral

Active Member
Ghosn blames France's Macron for planting the seeds of his arrest

Ghosn: Nissan-Renault strife and his arrest can be traced back to Macron
Move by France's current president back in 2015 alarmed the Japanese





PARIS — Ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn said on Wednesday that a surprise corporate move, orchestrated five years ago by French President Emmanuel Macron, who was then economy minister, soured relations between Renault and Nissan and contributed to his ouster.
Ghosn, the former head of the car alliance, said Nissan executives and Japanese officials were shocked by a 2015 decision by the French government to increase its voting rights at Renault.
"This left a big bitterness. Not only with the management of Nissan, but also the government of Japan," Ghosn told reporters, although he did not name Macron. "And this is where the problem started."
Macron's office did not respond to a request for comment.
In April 2015, as a 37-year-old minister with then-unknown presidential ambitions, Macron ordered a surprise increase in the state's stake in Renault designed to secure double voting rights.
The overnight move gave the French state a blocking minority in Renault, which in turn controlled Nissan via its 43.4 percent stake in the Japanese firm.
According to French and Japanese sources, that rattled the Japanese side of the Renault-Nissan alliance, which feared a national champion was falling under the control of the French government.
In the ensuing eight-month boardroom fight between Macron's ministry and Hiroto Saikawa — Nissan's second-in-command at the time — Ghosn sees the seeds of what he says grew into a conspiracy to have him arrested and oust him from control of Nissan.
The 65-year-old fled Japan last month as he awaited trial on charges of under-reporting earnings, breach of trust and misappropriation of company funds, all of which he denies.
He is now in Lebanon, where he spoke to international media on Wednesday.
"There started to be some kind of defiance from our Japanese colleagues, not only about the alliance but also about me," Ghosn told reporters.
"And some of our Japanese friends thought: The only way to get rid of the influence of Renault on Nissan is to get rid of him," he added. "Unfortunately, they were right."
Following Ghosn's arrest in November 2018, Nissan executives said that said governance had been eroded by Renault’s control. Saikawa subsequently contested Renault’s right to appoint executives and directors under the alliance master agreement, in correspondence seen by Reuters.
“President Macron himself has skin in the game,” Max Warburton, an analyst with New York-based asset manager AllianceBernstein, told Reuters in the weeks following Ghosn's arrest. “He must recognize that his decision in 2015 to increase the French state’s holding in Renault ... likely impacted Japanese perceptions of the alliance and heightened concerns that Nissan was ultimately within the control of the French government.”
Ghosn said Wednesday that, partly because of the mistrust caused by the 2015 row, he had doubts about the future of the alliance.
Asked if he felt let down by the French government's muted response to his arrest, Ghosn replied: "How would you have felt in my place? Supported? Defended? Let down? I don't know. I won't state a view for now.
"I am a French citizen like any other. I'm not asking to be treated better than anyone else, but I shouldn't be treated less well than others either.
"When the French president says 'presumed innocent', I believe him. But when French officials say 'presumed innocent' and have a body language that says 'he is guilty', I don't agree with that," Ghosn said.
 

Viral

Active Member
Very interesting interview with Carlos Ghosn being himself.
My advices to all foreigners living in Japan is to get out because you are playing with your life😍

 

Abou Sandal

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
There's no need for the "Japanese" adjective unless you're attributing to the Japanese an attribute, which is sneakiness in this case. The reference to Pearl Harbor only serves to further highlight the ethnicity/nationality of the subjects. Word order make no difference to the argument.

Take your idiotic semantics game to whatever third rate law school you went to where it has a chance of working.

A man used the Pearl Harbor incident to illustrate to his American interlocutor, how indeed, in Japan, there are people capable of putting a very well established plan in order to surprise even the most advised.

Suddenly pops up a stupid guy, claiming moral superiority while in fact showing intellectual dishonesty and inferiority, and decided to shout “racist”, hoping to have enough degenerate audience to create some buzz and finally get his 15 minutes of fame.

Too bad for stupid, since no one bought the putrid soup and jumped on his bandwagon, however few hopeless retards still hang on to it, for reasons that are only accessible to Sigmund Freud perhaps.

To those few I suggest the following: Get up from the ground, button your shirt, clean up your clothes, look around you and see that no one is there, wipe away your tears and go home, back to your ordinary life of void and loneliness.
 

Resign

Well-Known Member
Orange Room Supporter
A man used the Pearl Harbor incident to illustrate to his American interlocutor, how indeed, in Japan, there are people capable of putting a very well established plan in order to surprise even the most advised.

Suddenly pops up a stupid guy, claiming moral superiority while in fact showing intellectual dishonesty and inferiority, and decided to shout “racist”, hoping to have enough degenerate audience to create some buzz and finally get his 15 minutes of fame.

Too bad for stupid, since no one bought the putrid soup and jumped on his bandwagon, however few hopeless retards still hang on to it, for reasons that are only accessible to Sigmund Freud perhaps.

To those few I suggest the following: Get up from the ground, button your shirt, clean up your clothes, look around you and see that no one is there, wipe away your tears and go home, back to your ordinary life of void and loneliness.

Dude
Let me make it easier for you

following the same logic
You have to agree that 1983 barracks bombings should illustrate how Hezbollahis think (like a terrorist)

you have to agree since you already dug that hole deep enough for yourself
there is no going back.
 

Viral

Active Member
@Abou Sandal , I can use your expertise here before I default into full fledged racist because the rational they use must be from a Yellow Planet… (HA has nothing to do here;))

So they send an International arrest warrant against Ghosn wife because they decided after nine months she is suspected of making false statements to a Tokyo court in April 2019.

I mean those inhuman robots must have no human feelings or emotions whatsoever when they don’t hesitate destroying families because of personal vendetta.

Who knows tomorrow they might send arrest warrants for our spouses and children. Is that crazy or what?

 

Viral

Active Member

Lebanon may lift Ghosn's travel ban if files not received within 40 days: caretaker justice minister


BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon may lift a travel ban on ousted Nissan (7201.T) boss Carlos Ghosn if files pertaining to his case do not arrive from Japan within 40 days, caretaker justice minister Albert Serhan said in a statement on Friday.

Ghosn fled Japan to Lebanon, his childhood home, last month as he awaited trial on charges of under-reporting earnings, breach of trust and misappropriation of company funds, all of which he denies.

His dramatic escape has raised tensions between Japan and Lebanon, where Ghosn slammed the Japanese justice system at a two-hour news conference on Wednesday, prompting Japan’s Justice Minister to launch a rare and forceful public response.
Lebanon has no extradition agreement with Japan.

Serhan said in the statement that he had met with the Japanese ambassador to Lebanon and reaffirmed the importance of the relationship between the two countries.

He also said that Ghosn’s wife Carole will also be questioned by Lebanese prosecutors when authorities receive an Interpol notice for her.
 

Abou Sandal

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
@Abou Sandal , I can use your expertise here before I default into full fledged racist because the rational they use must be from a Yellow Planet… (HA has nothing to do here;))

So they send an International arrest warrant against Ghosn wife because they decided after nine months she is suspected of making false statements to a Tokyo court in April 2019.

I mean those inhuman robots must have no human feelings or emotions whatsoever when they don’t hesitate destroying families because of personal vendetta.

Who knows tomorrow they might send arrest warrants for our spouses and children. Is that crazy or what?



Well when I heard about this new arrest warrant, I was pleased to see the Japs PROVING without a shadow of doubt, that they were indeed threatening his family, and ready to abuse the law in any possible way, just to put pressure on him in order to have him sign whatever they want him to sign.

This is a very telling event and a proof that all his claims about their mischief are indeed true.

Hopefully I did not say something racist here...Because no one knows these days ☺
 
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Danny Z

Legendary Member
Well when I heard about this new arrest warrant, I was pleased to see the Japs PROVING without a shadow of doubt, that they were indeed threatening his family, and ready to abuse the law in any possible way, just to put pressure on him in order to have him sign whatever they want him to sign.

This is a very telling event and a proof that all his claims about their mischief are indeed true.

Hopefully I did not say something racist here...Because no one knows these days ☺
Actually you did, japs is an ethnic slur
 

Abou Sandal

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Actually you did, japs is an ethnic slur

Yeah that's possible. But that's not my intent. Or more precisely, it's a mixture of 2 things: The first, which is that I really don't have enough Jledeh to write "Japanese prosecutors" every time, and the second, is to depict a rogue element within the society...Same as "yankees" or "Jarabs".

No racism meant or felt from my side for anyone in doubt. After all, it's common knowledge that I love Japan https://www.oroom.org/forum/threads/i-love-japan.46498/ :happy:
 
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