"Very good Suzuki". And who said: "The nation is it's people and as such can never die?"
Suzuki raises his hand again:
"Abraham Lincoln, 1863, Washington."
The teacher looks at her students and says:
"Shame on you, Suzuki is a Japanese and know American history better than you."
A silent voice from the back of the class:
"Go f*ck yourselves, sh*tty Japanese"
"Who said that!?", yells the teacher.
Suzuki raises his hand and says:
"General MacArthur, 1942, Guadalcanalu, and Lee Iacocca 1982 at the Chrysler management board meeting, Detroit."
The class is in silence and you can again hear a silent voice:
"Suck my c*ck!!!"
The teacher is furious:
"I've had enough. Who said that?"
"Bill Clinton to Monica Levinsky, Oval Office, 1997 in Washington."
Another voice yells:
"Suzuki is sh*t!"
"Valentino Rossi in Rio de Janeiro at the Brazil moto Grand-Prix in 2002."
The class goes wild, the teacher starts crying, and in walks to the school Principal she said:
"What the hell is going on?, I am going to quit !!"
"Sri Mulyani, Ministry of Finance, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2010 when KPK auditors were in her office."