Some nasty, racist books slamming South Korea and China are big sellers in Japan. An excerpt from the NYT story: A young Japanese woman in the comic book “Hating the Korean Wave” exclaims, “It's not an exaggeration to say that Japan built the South Korea of today!” In another passage the book states that “there [...]
The Globe and Mail's Sinclair Stewart prepared a checklist of things working in Conrad Black's favour and against him when he finally goes on trial.
The Toronto Star's David Olive, who has long delighted in pointing out the foibles of Lord Black of Crossharbour, offers a collection of The Litigious One's more memorable insults. Olive's conclusion? “Black can dish it out, but he can't take it.”