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|March 4, 2009 #200|
Sierra Leone is one of the countries that are little known in Japan. Its history is incomparably longer and more complicated than those of any countries in Africa. I don't mean the period of the country's history, but I mean the volume of history. The story will be long. So, let me talk about it in the next page.
Duel At Ganryu Island (added on September 29, 2010)
I have missed an important historic date. Okubo Toshimichi was killed on May 14, 1878. The day was April 13, 1878 in the Japanese calendar. To tell the truth, April 13th is the day a famous duel was fought on Ganryu Island in Yamaguchi Prefecture in 1612.
There is more to it than that. Both a rebellion leader, Eto Shimpei, and a samurai of the Tokugawa shogunate, Kiyokawa Hachiro, were killed on that date.
In addition the date when Kiyokawa Hachiro was killed was May 30, 1863 in the Gregorian calendar. In fact, Joan of Arc, patroness of soldiers and of France was burned at the stake on May 30, 1431. She is often related to the Japanese history.
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|March 7, 2009 #201|
I rarely visit a koban for asking directions. Tobacco stores and convenience stores are more convenient than kobans. After all, the popular image of kobans has been created by the media. Today, kobans around my community are nonfunctional. As a matter of fact, they have been dysfunctional at least for the past 30 years.
Takanori Okubo and Okubo Toshimichi
Japanese media have been somewhat crazy these days. They create one parody after another. They took Takanori Okubo as a parody on Okubo Toshimichi. The heavyweight in the Aso administration's law enforcement authorities is Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Iwao Uruma.
Every Japanese knows that their leaders officially give admirable instructions, but that their true intentions are opposite. Most company executives and political leaders speak out the abolishment of empty forms, but they in reality get away with corruption and huge embezzlement. The slogan, "Let's abolish empty forms", was another version of exactly the same slogan which had been shouted just after the Marco Polo Bridge Incident on July 7, 1937.
Prime Minister Aso appointed Mr. Uruma deputy chief Cabinet secretary in order to investigate the health condition of his archenemy, Ichiro Ozawa, leader of the main opposition Democratic Party of Japan, and to find out the business scandal of the party's bigwig.
In fact, Mr. Ozawa is said to have suffered from angina.
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|March 14, 2009 #202|
The airline industry has drastically changed. Ryanair is the world's largest airline in terms of international passenger numbers. The airline is characterised by the success of its low cost business model. Ryanair announced a seat sale with seats from £0.99 on its routes ex UK on April 15, 2005.
Korean Air crashes in the past
Among the crashes, I don't find any specific suspicious information. Some interesting coincidences are August 6 (the dropping of an atomic bomb on Hiroshima), September 1 (1923 Great Kanto earthquake) and August 31, 1997 (the death of Princess Diana).
But I finally searched the date "November 29" in this site by Google search engine. The result showed only this page indicating Jacques Chirac's birthday.
Most media reported that North Korea had intended to destabilize the South Korean government, to disrupt upcoming elections and to frighten teams from attending the Seoul Olympics. But the bombing of the Korean Air jet left quite a few questions unanswered.
Collusion between Japan and France
There have been quite a few cases of collusion between the two countries. But, as their conspiracy has been always crafted as if the event had occurred by pure coincidence, it hasn't been easy to see into their conspiracy. So, let me show some outstanding cases below.
There are many things we don't know about Chirac. He often appears in dubious events but Japanese media fail to report it. In Japan there have been increasingly a lot of strange news. Probably the Japanese government adds the pressure on the media. The government doesn't want them to report really interesting news. I have thought that I might be the only person who criticizes Chirac. In the Internet, however, I have found a variety of news about him.
Teresa Teng and Kim Hyon-Hui
Both of them share a similar impression. Probably they were Chirac's favorite type. Teresa Teng died on May 8, 1995, when Chirac's victory in the presidential election was confirmed. Two North Korean agents including Kim Hyon-Hui are said to have blown up a South Korean airplane on November 29, 1987. The day was Chirac's birthday.
Kim Hyon-Hui is probably Japanese.
Similarities of Japanese media coverage between Japan Airlines Flight 123 and Korean Air Flight 858
Kim Hyon-Hui Comes to Japan
On July 20, 2010, the Japanese governemnt waived strict immigration controls to allow her to meet the relatives of two Japanese citizens snatched by North Korean agents in the late 1970s. However, critics denounced the visit as a stunt designed to deflect attention from Japan's failure to establish the fates of Yokota and other abductees. Hyon-Hui had already spoken to some of the victims' families and was not expected to offer any new information.
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|March 28, 2009 #203|
Today, Japanese strong men rarely boast of their power and they usually seem to be humbler than others. Their superficial virtue of modesty only shows that they really have the power. Generally speaking, once their authority is undermined, they have to choose one out of two different strategies. One is to cling to power with an iron fist and another one is to give up their power. But, in Japan, they have one more choice.
When an organization is in critical condition, some low-level cronies intentionally rebel against their leadership, somewhat very awkwardly. Suddenly the leaders fight back. Then the rebellion turns out to be a farce. The leaders suddenly regain popularity by media hoopla.
Nowadays in Japan, strange events are reported one after another. But most of them are fake reports. Their purpose is to impress the public with the courageous and heroic control by the police and the judicial authorities. But, as the condition becomes extremely critical, they need extreme fake events, too.
The Japanese central government was hit by a serious crisis in 1837 and in 1995. The Tenpo famine began in 1832 and lasted until 1839. However, corruption among samurai policemen spread extensively and some policemen illegally took reserved rice in collusion with the samurai bureaucracy. The police regime lost people's trust. People's mood was something like that on the eve of the revolution.
On the other hand, in 1995, the de facto perpetual ruling party, the Liberal Democratic Party, was in crisis. They couldn't win the majority in the general election in 1993. They joined the coalition government but they couldn't win the prime minister's seat. The year 1995 was the final opportunity for the LDP and the bureaucrats to regain their power. Then, major events occurred one after another. The Great Hanshin earthquake, the sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway and the shooting of the chief of the National Police Agency occurred on January 17, on March 20 and on March 30, respectively.
Oshio Heihachiro's rebellion and the shooting of the police bureaucrat have several things in common.
Suspicions about the shooting of the police bureaucrat
Some Japanese criminal events are well-prepared and it is often all the more easy to penetrate their conspiracies.
Tenrikyo and Aum Shinrikyo
I am not an atheist. I know that religions have contributed the development of the human beings. I don't support any religious organizations in Japan. They don't deserve to be respected. I don't mean those religions are meaningless but I mean most faithfuls in Japan are fake believers.
By the way, it is said that Oshio Heihachiro ran away after the rebellion and that he blew himself up. On his last place, a Tenrikyo temple stands, with a monument describing about him alongside of it. The Tenrikyo founder appeared a year after Oshio's death. Omoto-kyo, which was founded almost the same era, is another similar cult. They have many things in common. Aum Shinrikyo is said to be another Omoto-kyo. Historically speaking, these two cults are very similar.
It is never a coincidence that the two policemen's rebellions have many things in common. Recently in Japan, we often hear the phrase "Samurai Japan". Japan is yet controlled by shadow samurai headquarters. All the bureaucrats and politicians are just temporary staff or professional hypocrites created by the samurai system. Japan has been practicing this tradition time and time again.
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|April 5, 2009 #204|
For example, think about a drug deal scene. The drug dealer brings the drug and the buyer brings money. But the money may be false and the drug may be fake. So, without trust between each other, their deal often fails at the last moment. But if there is a third party observer, the deal can be much safer. Banks usually play the role of the observer in the international business trade.
In the case of the weapon deal, both the bank and the dealer are necessary. If a man plays the both roles, things are much better. The supply of weapons determined the victory in the Boshin War and the Russo-Japanese War. In fact, death merchants determined the war.
Modern weapons are expensive and they are traded only between countries. But weapons and money yet determines the battle in the conflicts between minor countries or the terrorists' attacks. To put it the other way around, weapon dealers who only intend to make money try to finance the war cost, and to supply weapons, to the both sides of the battle.
In general, battles are supposed to end soon. The odds increase, as the battle goes on. So, it is suspected that some weapon dealers balanced the war behind the stage in the World War I or in the Iran-Iraq War. And lengthy civil wars in Africa are some examples.
If the weapon dealers are independent, that's the case. However, if another country is involved, the story becomes different. In this case, they can take advantage of free money laundering and unlimited transport of weapons.
Use-by Date of Weapons
Like everyday goods, weapons have use-by dates. When they are expired, those weapons are not available in the battle field. They can be used, but if they fail to explode, the result will be serious. So, the military has to dismantle the same amount of expired weapons as that of newly procured weapons. The trouble is that, like industrial waste, it is very costly to dispose of them.
Embezzlement of the Cost of Disposal
Recycling industry is a strange business. In the business, they exchange money and goods. But, in the recycling, money goes with the goods. In other words, the prices of the goods are negative. So, dishonest dealers simply throw away the waste though they have received the necessary cost for the disposal.
The same thing happens in the military. Some military commanders simply throw away expired weapons due to lack of cost. Some may pocket the disposal cost allocated by the government. Some may go so far as to put those weapons on the black market. The scale of the deal will be huge. Here, death merchants find profitable opportunities.
Blatant Arms Smuggling
Most of those death merchants are said to be Russians. Among them, Viktor Bout stood out conspicuously. He collected a lot of end-of-life civil aviation aircraft (a bone yard in the US) for next to nothing and then sold them to terrorist groups in African countries. Sometimes he flew dozens of airplanes in formation. Empty aircraft transportation is costly and aircraft traders usually get other cargoes on the planes. But Bout transported huge amount of weapons and ammunitions to every corner of the world under the cover of aircraft trade. He supplied weapons to al-Qaeda and the Taliban, too.
Russia is a haven for death merchants. Politicians and the media are corrupt and criminals often get away with their crimes with ease. In addition, Russia has not extradition treaties with developed countries including the US. Moreover, article six of Russian constitution prohibits extradition. I want to say, "What a country is Russia?" But, in fact, Japan has a similar law, too. The Japanese extradition law prohibits the extradition of Japanese nationals. In other words, Japanese can get away with homicide in foreign countries, if they escape into Japan. This law was applied to the Japanese embassy hostage crisis and a murder case of a Japanese woman in Los Angeles. Japan has extradition treaties with only two countries, the US and South Korea. Japan is almost an undeveloped country from the viewpoint of safety. The UK, France, the US and South Korea has extradition treaties, with 115, 96, 69 and 25 foreign countries, respectively.
Some death merchants are deeply linked to the Japanese covert operation, such as the Russian revolution and the activities of Aum Shinrikyo cult. You may think that weapons deal requires a lot of manpower. In fact, if a dealer has enough money and some communication tools, he can mobilize many people and a lot of supplies.
Today strict regulation on tax haven, which is said to have been the breeding ground of money laundering, has gained momentum. But criminals' haven must be eradicated, too.
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|April 9, 2009 #205|
North Korea fires rocket over Japan
In case the earthquake occurred too late, a rocket launch by North Korea was prepared. Japan bought time, making an unnecessary fuss.
Time Line (GMT)
This terrorism shows that the president's surprise visit had gone detected. It is no surprise. Although in secret, President's travel needs a lot of preparation and manpower.
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|April 17, 2009 #206|
Stalin and Truman Were at Love Suicide
Harry Truman left the White House on January 20, 1953. On the other hand, Joseph Stalin died on March 5, 1953, which was January 20, 1953 in the Japanese calendar. But there was a hidden message in the coincidence.
Ringo(Apple) was Pun on Red Flag and Stalin
Ringo Oiwake (Apple Oiwake Folk Song) was released on April 3, 1952. The song became a big hit. But the day was the thirtieth anniversary of Stalin's appointment to the post of General Secretary. The singer of the song was Hibari Misora, one of the most popular singers in Japan. But there are assertions that she had special relations with North Korean regime.
Finally, Pun on Stalin and Ringo Starr
As a matter of course, I came up with the name of Ringo Starr. Though I never expected, I was surprised at his birthday. He was born on July 7, 1940. July 7 is Qi Xi, a Chinese STAR FESTIVAL. It is sometimes called Chinese Valentine's Day in recent years. It's hardly possible that Ringo Starr knew the Chinese tradition and chose the nickname "star"(actually he added one more "r"). But probably he was chosen due to his birthday and his name. There are quite a few similar cases. July 7 is an important day for Japan's destruction of the Chinese culture. I investigated a little more.
Ringo Starr's real name is Richard Starkey. It is said that he gained the nickname Ringo because of the rings he wore, but this story seems to be a little far-fetched. I don't feel any English nuance in the word "Ringo". I used a Google search to find the case examples but I couldn't find any web sites that use Ringo for meanings other than his name "Ringo Starr" or apples. If the pun was created only for Japanese, it may be an excellent one. Other Beatles members didn't use any stage names. I feel that something was unnatural when he replaced Pete Best as The Beatles' drummer.
On July 7, 1940, when Ringo Starr was born, "Restriction Order of Using Precious Metal" was issued by the Japanese government in preparation for the war. But the order indicates Ringo Starr, who wore luxurious rings. The coincidence didn't stop there.
The day was June 3 in the Japanese calendar. And on June 3, 1940, the Luftwaffe bombed Paris, and the Battle of Dunkirk ended with a German victory and with Allied forces in full retreat. The coincidence reminds me of that with John Lennon. John Lennon was born on October 9, 1940, when St. Paul's Cathedral in the City of London was hit by a bomb During a night-time air raid by the German Luftwaffe.
Japan's vengeance against The Beatles is abnormal. Let me show some of them below.
Suspicions about the date of George Harrison's death
I checked The Beatles members' birthday. George Harrison died on November 29, 2001. I remembered the news about his death some weeks after the 9.11 attack. I knew that it was somebody's birthday, but I just couldn't remember who the person was. The person was Jacques Chirac. France's obsession for the Olympic Games, music, the UK, the US and Japan is extraordinary. There are more than a few well-known people who mysteriously died after the treatment at the French hospital.
This story seems to be endless. So, let me end it with one more suspicion.
Death of Hibari Misora
Hibari Misora died on June 24, 1989. But both the year 1989 and the date June 24 have historical significance in France. Some Japanese still remember the inexplicable media report about her death.
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|April 25, 2009 #207|
The Alaskan territory was a threat to Russia to some extent. But Russia saw Alaska as the last chance for expanding its territory. Russia immediately dispatched an expedition to Alaska. Grigory Shelikhov went on an expedition to the Kuril Islands and the Aleutian Islands in 1775. The Tokugawa Shogunate knew this Russian move. Nikolai Rezanov, who was the private secretary to Catherine II of Russia and married Shelikhov's daughter, took over the Shelikhov-Golikov Fur Company.
A Japanese ship landed one of Aleutian Islands in 1782. On his way to Irkutsk, Daikokuya Kodayu, one of the castaways, met a French explorer in Kamchatka in 1789. The Tokugawa Shogunate must have known this. On the other hand, the Tokugawa Shogunate started to cut down pine trees and built a large fish factory on Kunashir Island in 1788. Japanese abused Ainu people as if they had been slaves.
Ainu girls who reached a marriageable age were sent to Kunashir Island. Japanese fishermen made playthings of them. Married Ainu women were forced into sex slaves for Japanese guards. Male Ainu had to work as forced laborers in isolated islands for 5 or 10 years. Young Ainu were almost unable to marry. As the result, the Ainu population in the region was reduced by half from about 2000 to about 1000. The decrease in population continued. The number of Ainu population drastically decreased from 955 in 1980 to 381 in 1991 in Kitami, for example.Ainu attacked Japanese on Kunashiri island in May, 1789 (Menashi-Kunashir Rebellion). Reasons for the revolt are believed to include poisoned sake being given to Ainu in a loyalty ceremony, and other objectionable behavior by Japanese traders. The Japanese executed 37 Ainu identified as conspirators and arrested many others on July 21, 1789.
In the meantime, the French Revolution broke out. The Storming of the Bastille in Paris occurred on July 14, 1789. Although it took several months to communicate between Japan and Europe at that time, the coincidence is really bizarre.
In 1792, Adam Laxman came to Japan, demanding the trade concessions from the Tokugawa shogunate in exchange for returning two Japanese castaways to Japan. The senior councilor of the Tokugawa Shogunate, Matsudaira Sadanobu, gave him papers that explicitly stated that Nagasaki would welcome one Russian ship and that foreign ships were not allowed to dock anywhere else in the country. Unfortunately, however, Matsudaira was forced to resign due to a completely different reason the next year. A conflict had occurred between the Imperial court and the Tokugawa Shogunate in 1791. After his resignation, Matsudaira returned to his homeland.
These historical events seem to have nothing to do with each other. But once we compare them with current events, undeniable Japanese conspiracies come out. They are beyond all recognition and it takes a lot of contents to convince all the people. So, I only list up important points here. I think some other related sites will offer you more details.
Comments on the Kansei Reforms
The real purpose of the Kansei Reforms was to temporize the Russian efforts to pry open Japan. But Japan was eager to regain the Japanese castaways who had traveled around Russia and had had an audience with the Russian empress, in order to get detailed information within Russia. Just for this purpose, Japan faked its politics and completely deceived Russia.
There is a clear connection between the historical events. It may be too early to decide that they are the results of Japan's conspiracy, but once you refer to other historical events, I believe you will begin to believe in the Japanese conspiracy.
In 1635, the Tokugawa Shogunate enforced a policy which it called sakoku. The policy prohibited Japanese who lived abroad from returning to Japan. It was the cause of the problem.
In seas close to Japan, hundreds of ships are wrecked every year. Many Chinese ships are washed ashore on the Kyushu Island. Although the Japanese media rarely report foreign castaways, I know many cases through foreign media.Under the isolation policy, the number of Japanese overseas increased unexpectedly. The Tokugawa Shogunate could dispatch ninjas and could kill secretly the troublesome Japanese overseas. In fact, some Japanese in the Southeast Asia tried to attack their homeland with the help of local people in Southeast Asia.
The original purpose of dispatching ninjas was to control Japanese overseas. But their mission gradually changed. Japan finally created the international ninja network which was almost the same as their domestic network. Today, some terrorists are included in such people.
In the crisis, some political heroes in Japan share some characteristics. They are included in a minor group, suddenly get a lot of popularity and deal with important political issues. They simply disappear or simply are politically eliminated in the end (Matsudaira Sadanobu, Ii Naosuke, Saigo Takamori, Okubo Toshimichi, Shigenori Togo, Hideki Tojo, Nobusuke Kishi, Kakuei Tanaka, Yasuhiro Nakasone, Junichiro Koizumi, and so on).
The Commodore of the U.S. Navy Matthew C. Perry, who compelled the opening of Japan to the West with the Convention of Kanagawa in 1854, described Japan in his book "Narrative of the expedition of an American squadron to the China seas and Japan", as follows.
When Japan procrastinates negotiations, there are always reasons and conspiracies. They buy time and try to get their revenge in a roundabout way. Unfortunately Perry didn't know that far.
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