JAPAN: A culture of harmony & quality, and its relationship to the New World Order. For the first 2 decades of my struggle against the NWO and the Illuminati, there was no nation that gave me more support than Japan. It was the first foreign nation to translate my Bloodlines of the Illuminati book, (as well as the Guidelines book) and to send me on a speaking tour of their nation. In response, I studied (& even taught) the Japanese language, as well as everything else I could learn about the nation. This post is sharing some points of interest to my face book readers about Japan. The post’s goal is that we might have a better understanding of the World in general & specifically Japan’s place in it. Japanese author Gaishi Hiraiwa said something that stuck in my mind, “We have to create an international economic community that is truly global & open,… [while] Japan & the United States must be linked not by a common threat but by common aspirations and dreams. Let both of us ask what we can do for the world. Then, let us join forces & work to reach our goals.” His words reflect the Japanese skikata of harmony, the ability to create consensus & wa (harmony).

SUPPORTIVE FRIENDS. Several notable Japanese visited w/ me, & were supportive over the years: Ryu Ohta (1930-2009) was an anti-NWO author, who had est. the Jap. Green Party in 1986. He was active as a Buddhist philosopher, a nationalist, who spoke & wrote on topics like UFOs, animal rights, and the positives of traditional Japanese culture. He helped introduce my books as well as Eustice Mullins’ & John Coleman’s books to the Japanese public. Izumi Koishi, a Christian pastor & author of anti-NWO books, has remained a friend & supporter for many years. Masami Uno, a powerful man leading a religious group, was interested in my work. These are just a few of the wonderful supporters I have had in Japan. I was blessed by at least half a dozen Japanese correspondents while I was in prison, and even received visits in prison from several Japanese who travelled all the way from Japan to see me. In spite of all the support I have experienced from Japan, I conclude that Japan’s national leaders (political & economic) would gladly participate in a global one-world govt.

JAPAN’S GLOBAL ROLE. The Tri-lateral Commission brought together Japan-the U.S. & Can.-& Europe. In 1973, it was created by David Rockefeller, and reflected the fact that Japan & Europe has risen to leadership positions in the World. The Japanese participation clearly shows that the Japanese leaders are fully working with the Illuminati. The Japanese have long attempted to gain the proper respect, recognition & status that they think they deserve…and in my opinion have earned. Much of East Asia feels underrepresented on the UN Security Council. Japan has desired a position on the Sec. Council; in regards to the current status of Japan globally, it would be appropriate. Things have changed since the orig. Council members were created. Japan wanted an Asian Monetary Fund in 1997, the U.S. stopped it from happening. However, in spite of this, there has continued to be a trend to consolidate currencies. (More on this later.) Saburo Zushi: “Policy co-ordination among the leading industrial countries is a prerequisite for ending the global slump. . . the G7 nations seem to have little leeway these days and have begun going their respective ways.” What I recognize in Sushi’s statement, is what David Rockefeller was recognizing, Japan needs to have a voice in global policies. However, the voice that Japan is giving us, is one that is integrated in with the Illuminati-World system, not the voices of those who have supported me for years.

JAPAN’S LEADERSHIP IN EAST ASIA. In the last few yrs. both China & Japan have been leaders for SE Asia. There was a significant meeting of Asian nations called the Chiang Mai Initiative in 2000, where bilateral credit arrangements were developed. Japan proposed these. The mtg. was called “the start of meaningful E. Asian regional cooperation.” This was the first step towards a regional monetary fund, in which Asian nations incl. India would be members. A study by Tenryro & Barro (2003) showed that 2 countries can improve their trade if they adopt the same currency. The Illum. have realized that there is zero interest in the countries of NAFTA to move into a monetary union, which everyone realizes would be dominated by the USA. Three African Unions have been functioning: CAEMC (6 nations), WEAMC (8 nations), and WAMU (w/ 6 nations). Africa cont. moving towards a single regional monetary union. In 2000, Ecuador replaced their national currency w/ American dollars, & the next yr. El Salvador did the same. Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay & Uruguay united under MERCOSEUR, & East Asia under the 10 nations of ASEAN. The point is that the world has slowly been moving towards regional currencies, as the first step towards a global currency. East Asia is close to a single currency, but Japan will keep its yen. The World may not go thru the regional steps as was planned, as there is considerable resistance in places like No. America for the single North American currency on the books. After a global economic crash, there may be some regional consolidations, but the steps in the jump to a global currency will differ from country to country.

JAPAN, A NATION OF AESTHETICS, HARD WORK & PERFECTION. Aesthetics & perfectionism have in essence been the tone of their religion & culture. The Japanese love to learn from others, and then perfect what they have learned. Three examples will be given. They learned Chinese writing, & then developed several phonetic systems which they added on to the Chinese characters so they could inflect words and develop grammar. At the time the Japanese first learned the Chinese writing system, a Chinese verb could not be given tenses, so the Japanese improved it so they could create verb tenses. Japanese writing then became a mixture of Chinese characters & extra Japanese symbols. In 1543, when a Portuguese ship with matchlock muskets washed ashore, the Japanese back engineered the muskets, improved the quality, & developed the world’s largest & finest musket making industry in the world. (When Japan closed themselves off to the outside world, their musket industry declined.) After re-opening their nation to the World, due to Amer.’s naval power in 1853, the Japanese modeled their navy after the best navy in the World, the British. In WW 2, Japanese Lt. Cdr. Takeshi Naito, the assistant naval attaché to Berlin investigated the Brit. Carrier raid on Taranto in Nov., 1940 where 3 Italian battleships were put out of action by the first carrier attack in history on capital ships. Naito wrote a report & later had a long conversation with Commander Mitsuo Fuchida before Fuchida led the 12/7/’41 Pearl Harbor attack. A Japanese Military Mission to Italy in May, 1941 had involved talks w/ the Italian navy. This gave the Japanese a detailed idea of what the British had done, and then the Japanese improved on it drastically in their Pearl Harbor attack. The Japanese have a long history of refining the technology/skills of others. A more modern example of this follows….In 1980, there were fifteen profitable American companies producing most of the world’s memory chips. By 1987, 12 of the 15 were gone, & the three remaining were in debt, and most of these chips were being made in Japan. They also dominated production of the materials from which chips were made, & about 40% of the advanced electronics in US weapons systems were made in Japan. (Amer.’s reaction? When Fujitsu announced plans to buy the Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation, Amer. got scared & forced them to abandon the purchase.)

POSITIVES IN A NATION W/ A SENSE OF COMMUNITY. Japan feels proud of their achievements. And they have contributed in positive ways to the entire world. The entire nation of Japan tries to work off of consensus. The nation is more homogenous than any nation I know. Why has Japan gone from totally devastation in ‘45 to being an economic superpower? Several reasons, incl. their national commitment to excellent quality & hard work.

The U.S. govt. & Amer. companies have also played a positive role. The US regulated Japan’s economy by the 1949 Dodge Plan, which balanced their budget & halted any increase in the monetary base, thus stopping spiraling inflation. During the Korean War, the US gave Japan huge procurement orders – $590 million in 1950-51 & over $800 million for both 1952 & 1953. This was the equivalent of 60-70% of all Japanese exports at the time, & allowed Japan to double their output. Japan’s premier Yoshida called these orders “a gift of the gods”. But the American orders would have been worthless, if it were not for the Japanese people & their integrity, intelligence (which averages higher than Americans on I.Q. tests), and their penchant for excellence.

Today, Japan has little crime, little divorce, much lower infant mortality rates than Amer., a longer life expectancy, better health insurance (theirs in modeled on Germany’s), and better solar energy production. Most Japanese are satisfied with their standard of living. Their country is socially stable. The average inpatient stay for Japanese in the hospital is 8 times longer than Americans (48 days vs. 6 days). In many ways, Japan makes America seem like a third world nation. However, due to socialized medicine, wealthy Japanese to get better quality health care travel to places like Hawaii. This should give us pause as we socialize our health care. Of course, there are many other points of comparison between Japan & the U.S. and in some America is better.

Considering how far Japan has come from the utter devastation in 1945, it is reasonable to believe that they will play an important future role in the World. They will demand that role, as China is also doing. With Japan’s dependence on exports, Japan will remain vulnerable to US-& European pressure, which precipitated its attack on Amer. & European interests back in 1941. There have been tensions as America comes across as arrogant to Japan, & Japan as self-centered to Amer. Japanese leaders would prefer to move from Pax Americana to a global world leadership. Benjamin Fulford believes that the East Asian secret societies will stop the Illum. agenda. While I have noticed his efforts, it seems to me that the intricacies of control which are like a web, would negate the idea that Asian secret societies are going to stop the Illuminati. The picture as I see it, is very complex. The recent Illuminati track record has been to increasingly give Japan a role in things, while insuring that the Europeans have the last say.


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