Niigata Kashiwa City Superintendent announces resignation: “Corona’s method of elimination is war”

Niigata Kashiwa City Superintendent of Education Announces Resignation “Corona’ Elimination Method Is War” September 2, 14:46

It was found that the head of education at the Kashiwa City Board of Education in Niigata Prefecture said at an internal meeting, “Is there going to be a big war somewhere to eliminate the current corona in a short time?” The superintendent of education held a press conference on February 2 and made it clear that he intended to resign, cause it was “inappropriate.”
According to the Kashiwa City Board of Education, Hiroshi Endo, the director of education, told the regular Board of Education last month, “The way to eliminate the current corona in a short time is to have a big war somewhere. If you start a war, money will move. I’m sure it will be an opportunity for the economy to go up. Is there any other good plan?”

At a press conference on February 2, Mr. Endo apologized, saying, “I would like to express my deepest apologies for causing unpleasant feelings, great anxiety, and anxiety to the children, students, and citizens.”

On top of that, he said, “I felt a sense of blockage when I encountered a situation that I had never experienced before, like a corona, but I didn’t understand what I really mean, even if I didn’t want it to lead to war. I am strongly opposed to war, and I have a greater feeling of peace than 1st.”

In addition, Mr. Endo made it clear that he intended to resign, noting that “even if the real intention was some other place, it does not change that it was inappropriate content as an educator.”

Mayor Suzuki: “In view of the seriousness of the situation, I have no need to resign.”

In his comments, Mr. Suzuki, the mayor of Sakai City, issued a comment, “As the head of education administration, I have no choice but to recognize that I am significantly lacking in appropriateness, and in view of the seriousness of the situation, I think it is necessary to resign. We apologize to the citizens for their concerns and concerns, and we will work to restore the trust of the education administration.”