Have some random Batboys speaking other languages
“Okay, wait,” Garfield said. “You each speak like a dozen other languages?”
The Batboys shared a look and shrugged. “Not that many,” Dick said, “but sure.”
Garfield grinned. “Cool! Could you say something?”
Tim elbowed Jason.
Red Hood rolled his eyes. “Todos ustedes me vuelven loco. ¿Por qué he venido aquí?”
“Li'anah ‘iidha kan ealayna 'an nueania, thuma tafeal 'aydanaan,” Damian spat.
“Boys,” Dick snapped. “Če se ne obnašate, boste odšli. Tim? Ti si na vrsti.”
Tim took a deep breath. “Mínzhǔ? Mínzhǔ. Mínzhǔ bùshì zhèxiē rén xūyào de, dìyù, shènzhì bùshì tāmen xiǎng yào de. Měiguó yīzhí shìtú zài guójiā jiànlì mínzhǔ guójiā yì gè shìjì, érqiě hái méiyǒu yīcì gōngzuò. Zhèxiē guójiā méiyǒu zhīchí mínzhǔ de zuì jīběn de jīshí. Xiǎo shìqíng, “wǒmen yīnggāi kuānróng nàxiē bùtóngyì wǒmen de rén”. “Wǒmen yīnggāi róngrěn nàxiē chóngbài yǔ wǒmen bù tóng de shén de rén!” Nàgè, jìzhě yīnggāi bù huì zǒngtǒngle! Nǐ rènwéi nǐ kěyǐ jìnjūn zhèxiē guójiā - jīyú yīxiē yuánjiàozhǐ zhǔyì de zōngjiào yuánzé - fàngxià jǐ méi zhàdàn, tuīfān dúcái zhě, kāishǐ mínzhǔ? Hēhē. Bùyào fán wǒ. Rénmen bùxiǎng yào zìyóu. Tāmen xiǎng yào biānjiè hé guīzé… Bǎohù… Cóng rùqīn zhě hé zìjǐ. Rénmen xūyào yīgè lǐngdǎo zhě, tāmen kěyǐ gěi tāmen liǎng fāngmiàn de zhīchí hé xiànzhì, yǐ bǎochí hǔnluàn. Nǐ gěi tāmen, tāmen huì gēnzhe. Nà jiùshì wǒ jìnlái dì dìfāng.” He winced. “I think I might’ve gotten some of that wrong. It’s been a while.”
Garfield looked up at him in awe. “Teach me.”
Garfield huffed and wandered off.
“Was that…,” Jason rubbed his mouth, trying not to laugh and failing. “Was that the freaking monologue from Call of Duty?”
“You memorized that thing?” Dick asked.
Tim shrugged and smirked. “Maybe. Maybe not.”
Jason (Spanish) – You all drive me crazy. Why did I come here?
Damian (Arabic) – Because if we have to suffer, then so do you.
Dick (Slovenian) – If you don’t behave, you leave. Tim? Your turn.
Tim (Chinese) - Democracy? Democracy. Democracy is not what these people need, hell, it’s not even what they want. America has been trying to install democracies in nations for a century and it hasn’t worked one time. These countries don’t have the most basic building blocks to support a democracy. Little things like, “We ought to be tolerant of those that disagree with us.” “We ought to be tolerant of those who worship a different god than us!” That, “A journalist ought to be able to disagree with the president!” And you think you can just march into these countries - based on some fundamentalist, religious principles - drop a few bombs, topple a dictator and start a democracy? Huh. Give me a break. People don’t want freedom. They want boundaries and rules… Protection… From invaders, and from themselves. People need a leader who can give them both the support and constraints to keep chaos at bay. You give them that, and they’ll follow. And that’s where I come in.
Apologies for any inaccuracies. Unfortunately, I only have access to google translate right now.