On the previous page, I explained the relations between Polish President Kaczynski and Unabomber Kaczynski. But the story doesn't stop there. The Unabomber was a reincarnated Japanese ace army aviator.
Unabomber was born on May 22, 1942. In fact, Tateo Kato, a Japanese ace army aviator, was killed in action while attacking a flight of Royal Air Force Bristol Blenheim bombers on that day. He was credited with at least 18 aerial victories. He was honored posthumously by an award of the Order of the Golden Kite.
Russian Revolutionary Lenin and Kato Hayabusa Fighter Wing
This story doesn't stop here. The leader of the Kato Hayabusa Fighter Wing, Major Tateo Kato, was born on September 28, 1903. In fact, September 28 in the year was November 17, according to the traditional Japanese calendar. And the day was a red-letter day of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
Lenin started a revolutionary movement as a Marxist. In 1895, he founded an embryonic revolutionary party but was arrested to be exiled to eastern Siberia. He formed the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party in 1898. The 2nd Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party was held in July 1903. He became the first leader of the Bolshevik Party on November 17, 1903.
Soon after the Russo-Japanese War broke out in 1904, Akashi Motojiro, an excellent member of the Japanese Secret Intelligence Services, met with Lenin in Geneva in 1904. He talked about the Japanese government's willingness to give financial support to Lenin's socialism.
At first, Lenin refused Akashi's proposal and said that accepting foreign country's money was nothing short of a betrayal of his own country. But Akashi succeeded in persuading Lenin. Akashi said that it was never treacherous for a Tatar to accept Japan's money to fight the great oppressor, the House of Romanov.
In July 1904, Vyacheslav von Plehve, the director of Tsarist Russia's police and later Minister of the Interior, was assassinated. In June 1905, the Battleship Potemkin uprising occurred.
Rickshaw and Lenin
Lenin was born on April 22, 1870. The day was March 22, according to the Japanese traditional calendar. But on March 22, 1870, the Tokyo metropolitan government authorized the rickshaw business for the first time. It was not a mere chance. Those days, birthdays were not strictly recorded. And the Japanese government has frequently used date puns like this.
I have said that Stalin was Japanese, but Lenin is suspicious, too. Stalin was 160 centimeters tall and Lenin was 164 centimeters tall. Japanese heroes including Napoleon were small without exception. Nowadays political leaders of developed nations are relatively small. But let me talk about Lenin later.
From Napoleon to Tokugawa Ienari
This story finally reached the day of the foundation of the secret Japanese Empire. March 22, 1804 was the day, when the dream of Tokugawa Ieyasu finally came true.
Kato Hayabusa Fighter Wing image
The French Revolution
Air India Express Flight 812
Tokugawa Ieyasu was the founder and first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan which ruled from the Battle of Sekigahara in 1600 until the Meiji Restoration in 1868. Ieyasu seized power in 1600, received appointment as shogun in 1603, abdicated from office in 1605, but remained in power until his death in 1616.
Tokugawa Ieyasu strictly controlled the trade between Japan and foreign countries. He gained huge profits by the trade domination. He expanded the ninja networks not only throughout Japan but also throughout the world. Those ninjas were engaged in covert operations, particularly for the purpose of destroying Christianity.
His ambition was beyond imagination. His ambition extended beyond generations. His basic tactics and strategy was conspiracy. His biography is complicated. To make matters worse, the Japanese government has been completely controlled by his descendants. And the Japanese history has been almost false, particularly with regard to Japan's conspiracy.
The Tokugawa clan tried to instigate the revolution in England, but not got a good result. Then they changed the target to France. There was a promising star. He was Napoleon. They plotted the revolution in 1789, celebrating Napoleon's twentieth birthday.
In the American continent, they created the first black republic in the Western Hemisphere by plotting a revolution in conspiracy with Napoleon in November 18, 1803.
The Battle of Vertieres, the last major battle of the Haitian Revolution, was fought, leading to the establishment of the Republic of Haiti. This day was the 30th birthday of Tokugawa Ienari, the eleventh and longest serving shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate of Japan. It is rare, but the coincidence takes place on both the Gregorian and Japanese traditional calendars.
These stories are really the result of Japan's conspiracy. So, it is very hard to understand. That is the reason why I have been writing a variety of related stories. In my case, it took me about 40 years to realize Japan's conspiracy, though I have been continually harassed and annoyed. But now I have found one evidence after another. The problem is that those evidences are so secret and complicated that it takes me a lot of time to express them on the website as ordinary people could understand them.
In this way, Napoleon became the hero who made France and Haiti Japan's collaborators. Japan today celebrates his birthday (August 15) as the anniversary of the end of World War II though the day has nothing to do with the historical facts. And Japan celebrates its national foundation day on February 11. But who knows the reason. Wikipedia explains as follows.
The Japanese government moved the holiday (National Foundation Day) to February 11 of the Gregorian calendar in 1873. The government stated that it corresponded to Emperor Jimmu's regnal day but did not publish the exact method of computation.
Thus, Japan's conspiracy goes on and on until it dominates the whole world.
Air India Express Flight 812
(added on May 23, 2010)
There was a plane crash in Mangalore, India. But as I didn't suspect Japan's conspiracy, I didn't investigate the accident. But today, when I listened to a TV commentator speaking of the plane crash, I felt that there would be some conspiracy. And I was surprised soon. The day of the plane crash was May 22, on which in 1942 the Japanese ace army aviator, Tateo Kato, was killed in action while attacking a flight of Royal Air Force Bristol Blenheim bombers over the Bay of Bengal. Kato was a Japanese hero pilot.
Mangalore is a developing industrial city (population 600,000) and behind the city there is Bangalore (population 5,800,000), where Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, one of Asia's largest aerospace companies, is based. At that time some British war planes were probably produced in Bangalore. So, there is a possibility that Japan has got revenge against the UK and India.
to be continued
Hypotheses are included.