написал какому-то японцу в картинку с окровавленным котом, что ему, наверное, нехорошо, и надо бы отвезти кота к ветеринару. в ответ на что японец снёс картинку и извинился за предоставленные мне неудобства.

культурные отличия нах.

maxpoetsch: Dude, what is the guy in the middle doing with the disabled girl
iceman23wtf: @maxpoetsch she wasn't disabled until he destroyed that pussy
jorikmus: The girl in the wheelchair can’t pee because the schoolgirl's being boned...
jorikmus: Also, there's a little girl in the men's toilet.

в японии всё как обычно

интересно, в японии есть статья за отрицание бушидо, как в европах за отрицание холокоста?

In 1900 writer Inazo Nitobe's published Bushido: The Soul of Japan in English, for the Western audience. Nitobe subverted fact for an idealized imagining of Japan's culture and past, infusing Japan's samurai class with Christian values in hopes of shaping Western interpretations of his country.

Though initially rejected in Japan, Nitobe's ideology would be embraced by a government driven war machine. Thanks to its empowering vision of the past, the extreme nationalist movement embraced bushido, exploiting The Soul of Japan to pave Japan's way to fascism in the buildup to World War II.

And so too The Last Samurai exploits Inazo Nitobe's depiction of bushido, renewing movie-going audiences' admiration for a venerable concept and glorified past that never truly existed.