Whenever any event occurs, it seems like the Japanese create a short animated, albeit ridiculous, video about the subject. And of course, they even found a way to animate Greg Smith's op-ed about Goldman Sachs.

In Wednesday's edition of the New York Times, executive Greg Smith wrote an article describing his experiences with the investment firm, Goldman Sachs. This article captured the nation's attention and supposedly revealed details about the inner workings and the negatives of the company.

To put the problem in the simplest terms, the interests of the client continue to be sidelined in the way the firm operates and thinks about making money, wrote Greg Smith in his op-ed. The firm has veered so far from the place I joined right out of college that I can no longer in good conscience say that I identify with what it stands for.

Smith takes the time to express his disdain for the company he once loved as he described the negative changes that took place. Smith said that the company has become too focused on obtaining profits and the lack of leadership in the company.

Twitter was blazing with individuals supporting and satirizing Smith.  But Twitter was not the only place where people expressed their views on the situation.

Japanese run website, NMA.tv developed an animated video of the Smith's op-ed for some reason. These videos have  been made before and are known for their quirky animation and odd visuals.

So if you are too lazy to read Smith's op-ed in full, check out this ridiculous video.