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153 Successor of North Korea, Kim Jong-un June 4, 2009
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Napoleon's Secrets (1)


While editing Stalin's Secrets, I also investigated Napoleon's secrets. I have argued that Japan has had something to do with Napoleon. But surprising new facts have come out. Though I have not completed the investigation, I show the result here.

Coincidences between Historical Dates

You believe it or not, there are quite a few coincidences between significant historical dates related to Napoleon and Japanese historical dates. Strangely or naturally, more coincidences have come out one after another when I compared two different calendars, the Gregorian calendar and the Japanese calendar. I think that Japan made their original calendar with reference to the Chinese calendar at that time.

Napoleon I of France image

The reference is really a complicated process because Japan has used its unique era calendar scheme. The calendar scheme identifies a year by the combination of the Japanese era name and the year number within the era. For example, the year 2009 is Heisei 21.

In the 18th century, it took a few months to communicate between Europe and Japan. And even among the people at that time there seems to have been confusions because of the two different calendar systems. However, the confusions actually prove man-made conspiracies between Europe and Japan all the more explicitly.

Gregorian Calendar Japanese Calendar Event
February 11, 1804 January 1, Bunka 1 In 1804, Matsudaira became the senior councilor of the Tokugawa Shogunate. He started the Kansei Reforms. Japanese New Year's Day of the year fell on February 11, 1804.

Later the Japanese government designated February 11 as Japan's national foundation day. Japanese Wikipedia explains the reason why the day was chosen but the explanation is almost a stretch and is beyond comprehension.

There is little doubt that the Japanese government chose this day as its foundation day to celebrate the Napoleon's coronation.

In addition, the name of the era was changed from Kyowa to Bunka on February 11, Kyowa 4 in the Japanese calendar. It was doubly coincidental. This day falls on March 22, 1804.

At that time the name of the era could be changed any time. It was not until the Meiji era (1868-1912) that only one era name was used by each emperor. Since 1868 each emperor has been known posthumously by his era name.
December 2, 1804 November 1, Bunka 1 It was natural that Napoleon chose a particular date for his coronation. It was December 2. At first, I didn't expect any puns. But as I found the puns above, I checked the coronation date in the Japanese calendar. It was November 1, Bunka 1. November is the 11th month.

Then I wondered why not January 1 but November 1 was chosen. The answer was easy. The Bunka era started on February 11, Bunka 1. And the first day that only consisted of number ones and that came after the February 11, Bunka 1 was November 1, Bunka 1 (11th month 1).

You may think that my idea is a stretch, but France repeated such puns. For example, France set a historical date at the end of World War I.

The armistice of the war came into effect on November 11, 1918 at 11 am Paris time. The occasion is sometimes referred to as "the eleventh (hour) of the eleventh (day) of the eleventh (month)". It was obviously a pun, too.

Gregorian Calendar Japanese Calendar Event
February 26, 1815 ****** On February 26, 1815, Napoleon slipped away from Elba to return to Paris and to rule France again.

On February 26, 1936, a radical ultranationalist faction of the Imperial Japanese Army attempted a coup, killing several ministers of the government.

In fact, the coup was carried out to commemorate Napoleon's return to Paris.
June 22, 1815 May 15, Bunka 12 In March, 1815, countries of the Seventh Coalition sent troops against Napoleon. He fought back, but he suffered a decisive defeat in the Battle of Waterloo. He abdicated on June 22, 1815. It was on May 15, Bunka 12 in the Japanese calendar.

On May 15, 1932, radical elements of the Imperial Japanese Navy attempted a coup, killing the prime minister.

In fact, the coup was carried out to commemorate Napoleon's abdication.

Gregorian Calendar Japanese Calendar Event
November 9, 1799 ****** It was Napoleon who finally unified France through revolutionary confusions. On November 9, 1799, he carried out a coup and assumed the full power of government.

The Tokugawa Shogunate came to an official end on November 9, 1867, when the 15th Tokugawa Shogun Tokugawa Yoshinobu "put his prerogatives at the Emperor's disposal". On this day, the Emperor assumed the full power of government. The restoration of imperial rule was carried out to commemorate Napoleon's national unification.

Gregorian Calendar Japanese Calendar Event
May 3, 1814 ****** Napoleon invaded Russia in 1812. His troops were defeated by "General Winter" and retreated the next year.

Napoleon was exiled to Elba after his forced abdication and arrived at Portoferraio on May 3, 1814 to begin his exile there. Since then, May 3 has been a very important day for Japan as the symbol of defeat and revenge.
May 3, 1868 ****** On May 3, 1868, Edo castle was surrendered to Saigo Takamori and the Satcho Alliance. The day was set to commemorate Napoleon's defeat and later restoration.
May 3, 1946 ****** The Tokyo War Crimes Tribunal was convened on May 3, 1946 to try the leaders of the Empire of Japan. It was really the day of surrender for the Japanese military headquarters. The US controlled the court but Japan seems to have delayed the opening intentionally until May 3.
May 3, 1970 ****** On May 3, 1970, president of Soka Gakkai International, a Buddhist association, Daisaku Ikeda announced that the religious organization would separate its political party in response to the strong criticism. It was really a surrender for the SGI.

In addition, Daisaku Ikeda published a book about Napoleon (Japanese).

Gregorian Calendar Japanese Calendar Event
August 15, 1769 July 14, Meiwa 6 There are quite a few related cases between the Gregorian calendar and the Japanese calendar. And I checked Napoleon's birthday. Oh my God! The French Revolution broke out on his twentieth birthday according to the Japanese calendar. He was born on August 15, 1769. But this day was "July 14" according to the Japanese calendar. Japan calls the Bastille Day "parisai" in Japanese, literally meaning "the day of Paris Festival". It is one reason why Japan has a special feeling for the French Revolution and Napoleon. I mean that not Japanese people do but the Japanese government does.

Then, why did this confusion occur? That is because Japan had decided the date of the revolution beforehand. Japan secretly organized mobs and ordered them to trigger the revolution on July 14, commemorating Napoleon's twentieth birthday. But to tell the truth, Japan was confused. They failed to expect the possible confusion in France. And the confusion occurred in France. They failed to calculate the difference between the Gregorian and Japanese calenders. The French instigators attacked the Bastille prison on July 14.

At that time, Napoleon was a second lieutenant in an artillery regiment. He had no influential power on the revolution. But Japan had planned to make Napoleon emperor. It was never an unusual conspiracy for Japan.
The British Royal Navy was fired on from the town of Kagoshima on August 15, 1863. It is obvious that Japanese samurai chose the day to commemorate Napoleon.
Japan sent Germany an ultimatum on August 15, 1914 (Japan time) and joined World War I. Japan had predicted the war in advance. Japan had invited an Austrian cruiser, SMS Kaiserin Elisabeth, to China. And after the outbreak of the war, Japan attacked it. The cruiser was scuttled in the end.
Japanese say that Japan made an unconditional surrender on August 15, 1945. The day may have symbolized Japan turning over a new leaf.

To tell the truth, the day was not the day of surrender. Allies celebrate their victory over Japan on September 2. Technically, they are right. Until 1952, Japan had commemorated the day. But it changed the anniversary to August 15. Japan adheres to August 15, Napoleon's birthday.
September 14, 1812 ****** I investigated the battle above. Then another pun came out. Japanese samurai killed a British merchant on September 14, 1862. It was obviously a conspiracy. Japanese samurai provoked the British Royal Navy by killing the British gentleman. They commemorated Napoleon, too.

On September 14, 1812, Napoleon moved into Moscow. It was the climax of the French invasion of Russia.


Japan's conspiracies come out one after another. But let me stop here.

You may wonder why Japan has had such power. In order to answer the question, I have to explain
buried funds in the Japanese government and its long-term strategy. Let me talk about them later.

Japan used the Chinese calendar, but it used a different method of calculation. So, Japanese have developed a very sophisticated calendar system. So, they had detailed information about the Gregorian calendar.

Napoleon's nickname indicates that he was relatively small compared to his camaraderie. When I look at his picture carefully, I have to admit that he seems to have many Japanese characteristics including eye lines and short legs. I wonder if I am the only person to feel that way.

By the way, Japan is going to have another Napoleon, Yukio Hatoyama, the prime minister of Japan. He was born on February 11, 1947. February 11 is National Foundation Day in Japan.

reference Blondes 'to die out in 200 years' Coubertin's Secret
Another Napoleon in Mongolia Afghan President Hamid Karzai
G8 Summit and Napoleon's Complex Shoko Asahara was Napoleon

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  May 10, 2009  #209
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Napoleon's Secrets (2)

I talked about the connection between Napoleon and Japan on the previous page. But their images continue to haunt my memory. So, I listed and compared the pictures of his family. For me, they seemed to be somewhat half-Japanese. Is it just a prejudice? There are quite a few different images of them. But I list below only images from Wikipedia from the viewpoint of credibility.

Father and Mother of Napoleon

Both of his parents seem to have been half-Japanese.
Napoleon Total War
machinima Battle of Arcole




Napoleon I of France

Napoleon, currently indisputably French, is believed to be originally derived from the Italian name Napoleone – a translation of which means “Naples Lion.” Japan's obsessiveness to Naples is unusual. At that time few Japanese lived in Europe and nobody had doubts when he or she saw a half-Japanese.



Napoleon Complex

The Napoleon complex is named after Napoleon. The conventional wisdom is that Napoleon overcompensated for his short height by seeking power, war and conquest. It is said that Napoleon was actually of average height for his time period. But I doubt it. The most important thing is that this story was created while nobody knew the secrets between Napoleon and Japan.

Double Marriage between the Families of Napoleon and Josephine

Both of Napoleon's parents seem to have been half-Japanese. Napoleon's history seems to have been chaotic. But it is very consistent in itself from the viewpoint of conspiracy.

Napoleon's history was to inherit the authority of the House of Bourbon and to create a de facto Japanese dynasty. The dynasty was not necessarily composed of Japanese people. The important thing was to be the dynasty under Japan's perfect control, and at the same time completely secret control. From this point of view, Napoleon's history has been almost perfect.

I think that the important figure in the conspiracy was Josephine de Beauharnais rather than Napoleon. She married Napoleon in 1796. Six years later, in 1802, her daughter by a former marriage, Hortense de Beauharnais, married Napoleon's younger brother, Louis Bonaparte.

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married
in 1796
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divorced
in 1809
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Napoleon Bonaparte the first wife
of Napoleon Bonaparte
Josephine de Beauharnais

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married
in 1802
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divorced
in 1810
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Napoleon's younger brother
Louis Bonaparte
Josephine's daughter
by a former marriage
Hortense de Beauharnais


Napoleon II of France

Their marriages were the preparation for taking over the House of Bourbon. Napoleon got divorced from Josephine in 1809 and married Marie Louise, a granddaughter of a brother of Marie Antoinette (Queen Consort of France), in 1810. The marriage was actually a bride kidnapping. A girl of a dynasty never wishes to marry her ancestors' enemy.

When Napoleon II of France was born in 1811, things around Napoleon Bonaparte began to change dramatically. He sent more than 500,000 troops to Russia. But the invasion failed and became a turning point in Napoleon's history. Since then Napoleon rushed headlong towards self-defeat. But the scenario was extremely reasonable from a viewpoint of a nation's conspiracy. His whole story was suicidal in itself. Once Napoleon's family got the authority of the House of Bourbon, the role of Napoleon I and Napoleon II ended. In order to pass the throne to the son of Louis Bonaparte, Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte (half-Japanese), who had the third right to the throne, Napoleon I and Napoleon II had to disappear or die. According to the scenario, Napoleon I provoked a desperate war. Then, Napoleon II died young.

the second wife
of Napoleon Bonaparte
Empress of the French
Marie Louise
Duchess of Parma
Napoleon II of France


Napoleon III of France

In 1815, after his defeat at Waterloo, Napoleon abdicated in favor of Napoleon II, who was briefly the second Emperor of the French. Napoleon I was exiled to the island of Saint Helena in the Atlantic Ocean. He died in 1821. And later Napoleon II died young in despair.

Everything seems to have been going according to plan. The next time when the Emperor was chosen, the person who had the first right to the throne was Napoleon III, who was the son of Louis Bonaparte (Napoleon's brother) and Hortense. But he didn't inherit the blood of the House of Bourbon. Far from it. He looked more like Japanese.

Napoleon III followed the same path as Napoleon I did. He carried out a coup and ascended the throne in 1852. At that time, Japanese samurai government needed the help from France as it had needed the help from Napoleon I about 50 years ago. Napoleon III tried to support Japan, but his empire headed for collapse. Probably it collapsed because Japan's sinews of war had run out. In 1870, three years after the collapse of the Japanese samurai government, Napoleon III was captured by the Prussian army in 1870. Then the Second French Empire ended.



Napoleon IV

Napoleon IV supported his father, Napoleon III, as an imperial prince. As far as I see his picture, He looks much more like Japanese. Unfortunately, he died a soldier's death in Africa in 1879.



reference Hitler's birthday commemorated the Mongol invasions of Japan,
the French Revolution and Napoleon III of France
.
Napoleon's Secrets (1) House of Bonaparte

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Fujimori's Secrets

As I edited Napoleon's Secrets, I thought that Japan had been doing the same thing throughout the world. And I remembered former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori. Though I got a terrible foreboding, I checked his birthday.

I was surprised. He became president on July 28, 1990, which was his 52nd birthday. I referred to the French Revolution and got another big surprise.

The French Revolution broke out in 1789. A Jacobin activist, Maximilien Robespierre pushed the revolution forward. But he insinuated a suicide in his speech on July 26, 1794. He said that there were some politicians who must be killed. Actually, the Thermidorian Reaction occurred on July 28.

Twenty-two Jacobin activists including Robespierre were executed at the Place de la Revolution, which is now the Place de la Concorde. Guillotine executions continued. But the incident symbolized the end of the French Revolution and the beginning of the period of the era of the Emperor Napoleon.
Peru Hostage Crisis
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Alberto Fujimori

On the other hand, following the fall of the Robespierres in the Thermidorian Reaction, Napoleon was put under house arrest for his association with Robespierre's brothers. He was assigned to the army during the 13 Vendemiaire. His triumph against the royalists earned him sudden fame. He married Josephine in 1796 and rushed headlong into the French emperor.

Napoleon climbed up the hero ladder by taking advantage of his opponents. It is a typical Japanese strategy. Japan has had a fraudulent tradition in which they achieve their goal by using their fake opponents. On this point, Fujimori used this Japanese strategy. He used communist guerrillas in order to convince people that he was the only person who could drive out guerrillas. On July 28, 1990, when his Peruvian revolution ended, he started to climb up the Napoleon ladder.

Surprisingly, July 28 is Peruvian Independence Day. It is unclear why the day is the Independence Day. But it is clear that the day has something to do with Jose de San Martin, an Argentine general who achieved the independence of South-American countries from Spain.

The life of Fujimori seems to follow that of Napoleon. Napoleon was imprisoned and then exiled to the island of Saint Helena in the Atlantic Ocean in 1815. Fujimori was arrested and tried for a number of crimes related to corruption and human rights abuses that occurred during his government. The court sentenced him to 25 years in prison. Fujimori appealed the ruling.

I also checked incidences that have occurred on July 28. There have been quite a few freak events. Let me list some of them below, and examine them in detail later.

Russian Interior Minister Vyacheslav von Plehve was assassinated on July 28, 1904. A general in the Imperial Japanese Army, Akashi Motojiro, was behind the assassination.

World War I broke out on July 28, 1914.

A B-25 Mitchell bomber crashed into the Empire State Building on July 28, 1945. Two days before the crash, the Potsdam Declaration had been issued by the U.S., Britain and China, the three countries at war with Japan. But on the day of the plane crash, Japan's prime minister vowed to ignore the Potsdam Declaration and “resolutely fight for the successful conclusion of the war" at a Tokyo press conference.

Near Tangshan in China, the Tangshan Earthquake occurred on July 28, 1976. It was the largest earthquake of the 20th century by death toll. The number of deaths was more than 250,000. Three Hitachi workers were killed by the earthquake. It was probably an earthquake Japan artificially created.

reference AKB48, a Japanese female idol group, is a parody
on former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori
.

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Stalin's Secrets (2)

I started to write about Stalin's secrets for the purpose of demonstrating that Japan has kept the samurai government system. Russia and France had particularly impacts on the Japanese samurai system. Reading and translating English contents on the Internet has revealed eye-opening facts one after another. And let me talk about some of them related to Stalin.

Stalin's Name was "Koba".

During his education in Tiflis, Stalin picked up the nickname "Koba", a Robin Hood-like brigand and protagonist from the 1883 novel "The Patricide" by Alexander Kazbegi. This became his favorite nickname throughout his revolutionary life. During conversations, Vladimir Lenin called Stalin "Koba".

This kind of people seem to be good at creating a stretch. So, the Stalin's story above is somewhat doubtful. In fact, Koba is also a Japanese name.

In Japan, the number of people whose family name is "Koba" is about 13,000. Their Chinese characters are "木場" and "木庭". Most people with the family name "Koba" are said to live in and around Kagoshima, where I live.
Joseph Stalin: Red Terror


Kato (Ekaterina Svanidze)

The Name of Stalin's Wife was "Kato".

In 1906, Stalin married Ekaterina Svanidze, who later gave birth to Stalin's first child, Yakov. Ekaterina, nicknamed Kato, was a tailor who worked for the ladies of the Russian army. She died of typhus in 1907. Stalin would later state that other than his mother she may have been the only person he truly loved. At her funeral he told a friend that "with her died any human feeling in him."

In Japan, the number of people whose family name is "Kato" is about 860,000. Their Chinese characters are "加藤", "嘉藤" and "河東". They are said to be scattered all over Japan.

The Names of Stalin's Wife's Sisters were "Sashiko" and "Mariko".

She had two sisters: Alexandra (nicknamed "Sashiko") and Maria ("Mariko"). She had at least one brother. Her only known brother Alexander Svanidze spoke German and French and studied in Germany, it's unlikely that her family was poor. Alexander Svanidze was married to Maria Korona, a singer at the Tiflis Opera.

Believe it or not, "Sashiko" and "Mariko" are very popular Japanese names. "Sashiko" is written "幸子" in Chinese Characters. "Mariko" is written "真理子" in Chinese Characters. About 80 pages of Japanese Wikipedia include "幸子" in their titles. About 60 pages of Japanese Wikipedia include "真理子" in their titles.
Mariko

The name Mariko is a girl name. The name Mariko comes from the Japanese origin. In Japanese The meaning of the name Mariko is: Ball; circle.

Sachiko

The name "Sachiko" was an extremely popular girl name from the 1920s through the 1950s in Japan. The pronunciations of "Sachiko" and "Sashiko" are the same in Japanese.
Unfortunately, most of Ekaterina's close relatives were executed in Great Purge.


There is no denying that they were Japanese spies.

With those undeniable facts, every Japanese would suspect that they were spies. Stalin's marital history is similar to Napoleon's. Stalin's first wife seems to look much more like Japanese than Stalin himself. She came from a rich family. As I have frequently said, most Japanese spies are very rich.

The Russo-Japanese War and the Russian Revolution

The Russian Revolution had many things to do with the Russo-Japanese War. Russia had been in turmoil since just before the Russo-Japanese War. In the Western Russia, one-third of the army was engaged in maintaining security within Russia. It was obvious that those subversive activities were manipulated by Japan. The Russo-Japanese War began with a surprise night attack by the Japanese navy on February 1904. The war was in a stalemate for some time. Akashi Motojiro, an itinerant military attache at the Japanese embassy in Russia, engineered a secret support to leftist revolutionaries. He met Vladimir Lenin, who was then in exile in Switzerland. His covert action ignited the 1905 Russian Revolution. Bloody Sunday broke out in January 1905. That year, Stalin got married. Through the Battle of Mukden in February 1905 and the Battle of Tsushima in May 1905, Japan was ending the stalemate.

Stalin and Hitler

There has been some Japanese influence on Stalin and Hitler. Hitler and Stalin shared not only antipathy to Britain, but also many values. There was much mutual respect, including during the war. Earlier, Stalin admired Hitler's brutal suppression of opposition in 1934.

reference Stalin's speech of 19 August 1939 marked the 300th anniversary
of Japan's seclusion policy
.
On January 20, 1953, US President Harry Truman left
the White House and Eisenhower took office.
But strangely enough, on the same day in he Japanese calendar, Stalin died
.

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Hitler's Secrets

I investigated Stalin's secrets in the previous page, which ended with similarities with Hitler's. But Hitler and Napoleon have many things in common. And I investigated related dates including birthdays.

Similarities with Charlie Chaplin

As I said before, there were many similarities between Chaplin and Hitler. But they were not necessarily a problem. The problem was that Chaplin had something to do with Japan.
Adolf Hitler  image

A variety of events revealed the special relationship between Chaplin and Japan. They were a typical example of Japan's insinuation strategy (the May 15 Incident, Kinichi Hagimoto). Chaplin was obsessed with Napoleon and Hitler in his works.

Japanese-style Propaganda

Japan pushes its propaganda in various fields that apparently have nothing to do with diplomacy and politics. The propaganda includes the movie, music and sports. It produces profound effect on agitating people (Seven Samurai, Shorinji Kempo).

Hitler was another Napoleon III of France.

It didn't take long to know Hitler's relations with Napoleon by investigating his birthday. The year 1889, in which Hitler was born, is the year most Japanese high school students remember.
The Meiji Constitution was the fundamental law of the Empire of Japan. It was enacted in 1889 after the 1868 Meiji Restoration.
But for me, the timing was extremely mysterious. The enactment of the Constitution was too late. I wonder on what the then government was administered and its diplomacy was carried out. For Japan, the Constitution is something like a floral decoration at the front door. Today, we rarely hear politicians speak of the Constitution. They invariably speak of a constitutional amendment. The most important deliberation in the parliament should be to check whether the government is administered based on the Constitution and the laws. But Japanese politicians always quibble on insignificant detail, neglecting the Constitution and the justice.

But the year 1889 was confusing in another problem. I remember that I was often confused by the 1789 French Revolution and the 1889 Meiji Constitution in the history test at school. But my past investigation has revealed that the 100 years had another significance. It was obvious that Japan had waited the year 1889 for the Constitution in accordance with the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. Under such circumstances, Japan cannot be said to be an independent country. Yet further investigation gradually convinced me that the country which had not been independent was France. There is a great possibility that Napoleon was a puppet monster Japan had something to do with.

The year 1889 was an auspicious year for France. Celebrations including the Exposition Universelle and the opening of the Eiffel Tower continued one after another. In Japan, the Meiji Constitution was promulgated on February 11, 1889. But the February 11 celebrated the Napoleon's coronation on February 11, 1804. On the very day, a pro-American and pro-English politician Mori Arinori was assassinated. The Mino-Owari earthquake occurred in 1891.

In fact, on that year the next European Revolution was planned. It was the second coming of Napoleon 50 years later. A boy who was born on April 20, 1889 was chosen for the future emperor. The boy was born in the year of 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. He was born on the day of the birthday of Napoleon III. He was, for sure, Hitler and he ignited World War II on September 1, 1939 as planned. The September 1 had been a symbol of revenge on Russia for Japan.

Hitler's name was also a pun in Japanese.

There are quite a few stories about his family name. But from the Japanese point of view, his family name is really a pun in Japanese.

Hitler is nowadays pronounced as "hittora" in Japanese. But it was pronounced as "hittoreru" in Japanese about 100 years ago. This pronunciation was very similar to Japanese word "hittoraeru" literally meaning "to seize or to arrest". It can't be denied that his name was changed according to the Japanese pun. Even today, there is a variety of puns among well-known foreign politicians.

Hitler, an enthusiastic Bonapartist

In 1940, Hitler transferred the remains of Napoleon II from Vienna to the dome of Les Invalides in Paris. Hitler attacked starting with bombing major Soviet cities on June 22, 1941. In fact, Napoleon had declared war on Imperial Russia on June 22, 1812.

Hitler Married Eva Braun on Emperor's Birthday

At the end of World War II, Heinrich Himmler, head of the entire Nazi police force, betrayed Hitler. Himmler attempted to approach the Allies for peace negotiations on April 28, 1945.
I believe that his deed was a suicidal deception for the purpose of ending the Nazi regime just on April 29. Himmler attempted to escape, but was arrested by British troops in May, 1945, and committed suicide by swallowing poison. Such a prepared person would never attempt negotiations. Himmler was a leading figure of Nazi's atrocities. And it was obvious that he would be executed after surrender.
It can be said that Himmler put a nail on Nazis own coffin. He intentionally tried to negotiate the surrender of the German army to the Allies on April 28. Hitler married Eva Braun in a hurry on April 29 and they killed themselves the next day.

Hitler's name was suspicious but the name of Himmler was suspicious, too. The name of Himura (日村) is not very rare in Japan.
Some squads resisted stubbornly to the end after Hitler had killed himself. The final battle was fought around the communications control center. Many dead soldiers were found at the ruined communications control center. Among them about 1000 bodies were Tibetans. Though they were neither Hitler's guardsmen nor entourages, they fought for life to the last moment.

The dead wore German military uniforms, but with neither identification badges nor identification paper. They were laid on the floor in a perfect array. They had disemboweled themselves with ceremonial daggers.
Heinrich Himmler
(7 years old)



Himmler
(29 years old)



Himmler
(Reich Minister
of the Interior)

Hitler's strategy was beneficial to Japan all the time.

Both Hitler and Stalin acted in favor of Japan over the Tokyo Olympic Games. If we closely investigate their history, it can't be denied that some corrupt dictators and terrorist leaders are monsters Japan has created.

reference Hitler's birthday was arranged in accordance with the Mongol invasions of Japan.
It reveals the fact in which Japan had planned a large-scale war as early as in 1889
.
Hitler was born on the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution in the Hebrew calendar.
It reveals the fact that he was a member of Jewish family,
in addition to Japanese conspirators
.
Hitler 'had Jewish and African roots', DNA tests show
Hitler and Dalai Lama Hitler and Yasukuni Shrine
Pearl Harbor Attack and Panzer Group Africa were date puns on Mongol invasions of Japan.
Hitler and 1940 Tokyo Olympic Games People Chosen and Destined by Birthday
Charlie Chaplin, a double of Hitler A wealthy Japanese philanthropist and Hitler
Deepwater Horizon Drilling Rig Explosion Hitler and Seven Samurai

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Successor of North Korea, Kim Jong-un

North Korean establishment advocates a continuation of the family dynasty over three generations, Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong-il and Kim Jong-un. The selection of Kim Jong-un is expected to accelerate preparation for the power transfer in the Stalinist country. Yet the junior Kim will face a difficult road in the process of succession.

I have consistently pointed out the birthday coincidences around Kim family. Those coincidences are really unbelievable and for that reason they are really funny.

Although it would not be a big news, I pick up one more coincidence. Kim Jong-un was born on January 8, 1983. I remembered Junichiro Koizumi at once. He was born on January 8, 1942. The Japanese government designated the day, a month after the Pearl Harbor attack, as the Imperial Rescript Proclamation Day. From that time, all newspapers , at the behest of the Imperial Rule Assistance Association, carried the imperial proclamation of war on their front pages on the eighth day of each month during the Pacific War.

Their obsessiveness is really surprising.

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There have been persistent rumors about the origin of Koizumi family. Some people say that Junya Koizumi, the father of Junichiro Koizumi, was Korean origin.

Kim Jong-il funeral

North Korea's Kim Jong-un
takes new wife to
amusement park


Kim Jong-un
(picture during childhood)

reference Japan launched a X-ray astronomy satellite, Tenma, in celebration of Kim Jong-un's birth.
The Ly Dynasty was established in Vietnam and moved the capital to Hanoi
on October 10, 1010. Vietnam held "Great Ceremony of the Millennial Anniversary"
on October 10, 2010. Then, Japan and North Korea celebrated the event
.

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From Junichiro Koizumi to Shinjiro Koizumi

I talked about Kim Jong-un in the previous page. But in the Internet there are discussions on the comparison of Kim Jong-un and Shinjiro Koizumi, the successor of Junichiro Koizumi, a former Japanese prime minister. I checked his birthday as usual. And I found a funny coincidence as usual, too. But this time the coincidence gave me a new clue to the investigation.

Telltale Sign about One-day Difference
(April 14 and April 15)

Shinjiro Koizumi was born on April 14, 1981. As I said before, the RMS Titanic hit an iceberg at 11:40 pm on April 14, 1912. And she sank at 2:20 am on April 15. Kim Il-sung was born on the very day. Probably, his birthday was fabricated.
Shinjiro Koizumi image

Who, What, Why: Why do Japanese politicians wave fish?

You may say that their birthdays are different by one day. But the very difference tells a significant conspiracy story.
To tell the truth, I have been suspecting that some events which occur over two days, particularly around midnight, are often conspiracy plots. The car accident of Princess Diana was happened at 0:23 am. Given the conspiracy plot, the time gives us an important message. Let me talk about the detail later.

The End of Abraham Lincoln and the End of Titanic

From the viewpoint of the timing, the assassination of Lincoln and the sinking of Titanic had one serious point in common. The 16th US President, Abraham Lincoln was shot by an assassin on April 14, 1865. He died the next day, on April 15.

The sinking of Titanic was planned in accordance with the time line of Lincoln's assassination. Titanic hit an iceberg on April 14, 1912, and sank the next day. The time for the sinking had been calculated beforehand. But, just in case, the hitting was planned to occur just before midnight. Actually, it occurred at 11:40 pm. Perfect!

Passengers on the Titanic included a Japanese man, Masabumi Hosono. But he was not an ordinary Japanese. He must have been an agent of the Japanese government.

Japan still sticks to Lincoln's assassination. The American Civil War (1861-1865), which triggered the assassination, coincided with the antiforeign movement in Japan (1863-1864 the Bombardment of Kagoshima, the Bombardment of Shimonoseki). When the pressure on Japan for opening the country by Western powers reached its peak, the American Civil War broke out. When the Union troops defeated the Confederate States, the president was killed. This means that the war was triggered by foreign powers which attempted to drive a wedge between the North and the South rather than triggered by domestic conflicts. Because, defeated soldiers have neither will nor interest to get their revenge on their enemy. It is natural to think that the mastermind of the Confederate was Japan and France which had crucial interest in the US and the UK .

At that time, there were quite a few high-profile assassinations including the alleged assassination of Emperor Komei, in Japan.

Close Relationship between Koizumi Family and Kim Family

Junichiro Koizumi and Kim Jong-un share the same birthday. The day commemorated the Pearl Harbor attack during the Pacific War in Japan.

reference Shinjiro Koizumi seems to be more popular than his father, Junichiro Koizumi.
Junichiro Koizumi used to be an outstandingly popular prime minister.
And former Tokyo governor Shintaro Ishihara is their distant relative.
However, Shintaro Ishihara celebrated Shinjiro Koizumi's
genpuku 14th birthday by suddenly resigning from the Diet.

There was more to it than that.
Leader of the Japanese Red Army, Fusako Shigenobu, celebrated Shinjiro Koizumi's
20th birthday by suddenly declaring the disbandment of the red army.
Probably Shinjiro Koizumi is one of the noblest politicians thanks to his mother
.

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Fabricated Events on June 8

Major events in Japan are often fabricated ones. But that never means that there are few major incidents in the country. In fact, most major events are very complicated and the police are afraid of losing face. But it can't be helped. However, Japanese bureaucrats believe that any serious debacle could undermine their rule. Yet, compulsory cover-ups on the spot are somewhat risky. So, they fabricate much bigger and much more conspicuous events than the real events and give some convenient orders to the policemen and media reporters. They say, "Why don't you investigate this much bigger and much more important event?" This kind of polite but serious order is really irresistible for Japanese.

When they fabricate events, they carefully arrange the Five Ws. But the Five Ws often reveal a variety of information. I'm not sure why such absurdities occur. Probably the psychology of the people in power is beyond imagination.

Osaka School Massacre (June 8, 2001)

The expression of the title of Japanese Wikipedia's site is changing a lot. In the past, the title of the Japanese Wikipedia relating to criminal affairs mostly included the name of the criminal. But nowadays most Japanese Wikipedia sites express only victims' information in their titles. Probably, Wikipedia is following the bad habit of the Japanese media. Probably, they are pressured by the Japanese government and police. In any case, I am in trouble for getting enough information.

This massacre has been one of inexplicable events. But it is explained from the criminal's birthday, November 23, 1963. Some Japanese may remember what happened on that day. On the Japanese calendar, John F. Kennedy was assassinated on that day.

The criminal, Mamoru Takuma was sentenced to death in 2003. But the sentence was carried out with unusual speed, compared to other cases. He was executed by hanging at 8:16 am on September 14, 2004.
Akihabara massacre


Mamoru Takuma


Tomohiro Kato

It is obvious that the day was chosen in accordance with the date of the capture of Moscow by Napoleon and that the time was chosen in accordance with the time of the atomic bombing on Hiroshima.

But his name continued to be a mystery. I had a hunch that his name conveys an eerie message. I tried a variety of solutions including anagram. But I happened to remember the use of the PC keyboard.
There are two input methods for the Japanese style PC keyboard. One is to enter text phonetically, as romanized (transliterated) kana, which are then converted to kanji as appropriate by an input method editor. The other is to type kana directly, as input to the conversion step.

But this keyboard arrangement is often used for secret coding. In the case of his name, Takuma Mamoru, the words are transformed as follows.

ta(かち)ku(のな)ma(もち)ma(もち)mo(もら)ru(すな)

Then, "かちのなもちもちもらすな" is converted to "勝ちの名も、血も血、漏らすな", which literally means, "Don't lose the victorious name and don't shed the blood".
I have no doubt about this decoding. Japan has been gripped by paranoia. In the end, the massacre was an anti-American propaganda.

Akihabara massacre (June 8, 2008)

The name of this criminal is not expressed in the titles of Japanese websites, either. I couldn't find any significant information in the internet by his name. So, I searched similar names in the Japanese surname "Kato". Then, the name most similar to "Tomohiro Kato", in the names of Japanese famous people, was "Tomosaburo Kato". He was a career officer in the Imperial Japanese Navy and the 21st Prime Minister of Japan from 1922 to 1923. He was a pacifist. As prime minister, he implemented the provisions of the Washington Naval Agreement, withdrew Japanese forces from Shantung in China and from Siberia. He died a little over a year into his term. His death came immediately before the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923, and therefore Japan was without a prime minister during that disaster. During the earthquake, the military massacred many Korean-Japanese.

On the other hand, June 8 was an unforgettable day for the Imperial Japanese Navy. A famous Japanese battleship, Mutsu, suffered a catastrophic explosion in Hiroshima Bay on June 8, 1943. The criminal, Tomohiro Kato was born in the Mutsu region, Aomori. His first name "Tomohiro" was a combination of "Tomosaburo" and "Hiroshima". Do you say that they are yet coincidences?

Although unconfirmed, he was born on September 28, 1982. But, strangely enough, there was much hoopla in the ruling Liberal Democratic Party on September 28, 2008. A minister had been going to resign on that day. The day had been chosen for another birthday coincidence. In the end, the massacre was an anti-American propaganda, too.

Reference: Intimidating Hillary supporters to the Last

Japan started a new jury system in May 2009. But I argue that this system is another judicial fraud in Japan. Let me talk about this issue later.

reference Akihabara massacre was a campaign against Hillary Clinton.
Tomohiro Kato was the reincarnation of Tateo Kato, a Japanese ace army aviator.

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Voice from Heaven, National Personnel Authority

The other day, I happened to come across a picture (right) in the news. I was astonished. Their standing position was opposite to their official position. Generally speaking, when a man speaks to more than one man in the official setting, the man is in a higher position than the men.

Given this viewpoint, the president of the National Personnel Authority is , in fact, in a higher rank than both the chief Cabinet secretary and the vice minister. Probably, he is, in fact, in a higher position than the prime minister.

This picture is too impressive for ordinary Japanese to deny the fact that ministers of the government are actually designated by another secret but powerful organization. But they have been brainwashed by the media too much to accept the fact. Most Japanese still try to believe that Japan is a truly democratic country.
The president of the National Personnel Authority (left) is handing an interim recommendation document to the chief Cabinet secretary (center) and the vice internal affairs minister (right).

The president of the National Personnel Authority, Masahito Tani looks alike a man who used to be a big-name rightist politician during World War II. The politician married a woman of a local lord samurai family. These days, I make a point of judging a person from his or her appearance. Words often betray us but I believe that looks rarely betray us. I think that the person's way of life is always engraved in his or her face.

Meaning of Neutrality

There are quite a few organizations which make neutrality a principle in Japan.

But the neutrality is equivocal in Japan. In the first place, the idea of neutrality changes. This idea has changed a lot since living things appeared on the earth and since the dawn of humanity. Once in history, even the cannibalism was regarded as neutral. And even in this contemporary society, some people say that the idea of neutrality comes from samurai spirit, some say that it comes from Christianity and others say from modern democracy.

But I think they miss the point. Government is the management of a large scale human society. In the management, we don't expect the administrators to think about philosophy. We expect them to stand on the balance between rights and duties.

Historically speaking, governments have never been more powerful than now.

In primitive times, rulers were just leaders of small communities and were not very powerful.

In primitive times, there were great dynasties in some places such as Egypt and China. But they were in a sense vulnerable to the people's rebellion. When dynasties were corrupt, people tried to destroy them or their enemies invaded them. So, the dynasties maintained a primitive kind of neutrality. The neutrality was not based on the moral viewpoint but based on the balance of power between the ruler and the ruled.

However, the ruler gradually found the way for the great authority. They created treaties with their enemies in order to prevent the enemies from invading their country. At home, they created laws and shackled ordinary citizens. Then, they can enjoy their stable powers. In addition to that, they try to deceive others by controlling mass media.

Neutrality is almost a fraud.

When an organization declares that we are neutral, there is no media coverage and there is no disclosure of information. Politicians say that it is not appropriate to give comments to such neutral organizations. In fact, this system was created in the Edo era or the Meiji era. It is considered the root of all evil in Japan.

In Japan, "Great Evil" is based in organizations that are believed to have nothing to do with crimes. It is really a good idea. This fraud penetrates not only the central government but also local and community organizations. Let me pick up some examples below.

Bank of Japan   Supreme Court   Journalism    Cabinet Councils   Board of Education   Public Safety Commission

For example, the president of the National Personnel Authority has immense power. The Cabinet appoint the president. But they cannot dismiss him. That crucially means the Cabinet is actually coerced by the personnel authority into appointing a specific person as its president. It is an outrageous story. But few Japanese know this fact.

It is hard to paint a precise picture of labor unions.

Japanese government workers are protected by the laws and the NPA on the one hand, and they have strong power as members of special labor unions on the other. Most of neutral but equivocal organizations are in reality fake organizations in Japan. I have found two labor unions consisting of government workers, but many things including their purpose and history are unclear. In other words, they themselves don't know why they are included in such labor unions.

  Japan Public Sector Union   Japan Federation of National Service Employees

President of National Personnel Authority Quits (added on September 11, 2009)

Blaming an elite bureaucrat is not enough to deal with the government corruption. The problem is that the Cabinet does not have the power to replace high-ranking bureaucrats.

Three chief executives administer the NPA. The president is one of them. Traditionally, one of the other two executives is a retired executive of either NHK, or the Yomiuri Shimbun, or the Mainichi Shimbun, or the Asahi Shimbun, or Japan Economic Times. In other words, Japanese media partly control government bureaucrats in collusion with the bureaucracy.

It is the reason why the Japanese media turn blind eyes to whistleblowers among bureaucrats.

reference The National Personnel Authority was established on December 8, 1948.
But the day was the day of the Pearl Harbor Attack.
This symbolized the unrepentant attitude of the Japanese government
.

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