July 16 Conspiracy Calendar

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  • 1896 - (birth)"Trygve Lie", the first "Secretary-General" of "the United Nations".
  • 1945 - The government-run lottery is initiated in Japan.
    Although the lottery was nicknamed "jackpot", Japan surrendered before the drawing of the lottery.
  • 1945 - The world's first atomic bomb is successfully tested in New Mexico.
    Manhattan Project: the Atomic Age begins when the United States successfully detonates a plutonium-based test nuclear weapon at the Trinity site near Alamogordo, New Mexico.

    Trinity was the code name of the nuclear weapons test. But the exact origin of the name is unknown. For Japanese, however, "Trinity" is a well-known catch phrase though few of them are Christians.

    I have already taken up the issues, in the site of "Japan's Conspiracy", on the "Trinity Reform" by then Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi. But unfortunately I was confused. I couldn't reach a conclusion at that time.

    But now I am convinced that the "trinity" indicated the three events below;

    1. The first government-run lottery in Japan.
    2. "Fundamental Policy to be henceforth in the Conduct of War" which was adopted by a Japanese imperial conference.
    3. The Manhattan Project at the Trinity site.

    First of all, World War II was a fake war. And there was a variety of date puns in the warfare. In this case, as the word "trinity" shows, there were three related events. And it took only a short time for me to understand the secret message.

    The secret message was "to extort cash money from ordinary but naive Japanese". Japan's conspiracy is originally nasty and insidious, but there had never been this evilness before. The Japanese government aimed to make humongous profits by burning many houses, and a lot of banknotes at the same time, under the bombing of fire bombs and atomic bombs.

    Bank passbooks are just certificates and they can be reissued any time. So, the Japanese government hoped that more people would withdraw more money and that they would hold cash money in their houses. In fact at that time, the national debt burden of the Japanese government was huge. And naturally, ordinary people owned a lot of bank deposit and the government bond.

    Unfortunately, however, both bank deposits and government bonds can be reissued. Nevertheless, the Japanese government really hoped that a lot of cash money would be kept in houses. But the government could neither beg nor coerce people to put a lot of cash money in their houses with a straight face. Instead, the government fascinated many people with a new government-run lottery and let them keep the lottery tickets in their houses.

    It was soon after that the Japanese archipelago became burnt ruins due to atomic bombings and decisive battles. This scenario was the trinity. In fact, there have been no information about the lottery profits though it was obvious that the government earned a humongous amount of profits. It was really an evil conspiracy. Some Americans were Japanese collaborators, for sure. Koizumi obviously had a political circus insinuating this evil conspiracy.

    (Ref) Oppenheimer is often called the "father of the atomic bomb" and the origin of the code name "Trinity" is often attributed to him. But He was Japanese. On the 100th anniversary of Oppenheimer's birth, there was a series of conspiracy, including a train explosion in North Korea, former US President Ronald Reagan's funeral and Japanese Prime Minister Koizumi's squeal. Oppenheimer and German Nazi SS senior officer Reinhard Heydrich shared the same birthday in the Japanese calendar. Reinhard was Japanese, too.
  • 1969 - "Apollo 11" lifts off from Cape Kennedy in Florida.
    The first manned landing on the Moon.
  • 1989 - (death) Herbert von Karajan, Austrian conductor.
  • 2007 - Chuetsu offshore earthquake.
    An earthquake of magnitude 6.8 and 6.6 aftershock occurs off the Niigata coast of Japan killing 8 people, injuring at least 800 and damaging a nuclear power plant.
Japanese Traditional Calendar
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  • August 18, 110 - Emperor Keiko orders Prince Yamatotakeru to conquer barbarian territories.
  • August 19, 1940The first combat mission of the Japanese Navy's Mitsubishi A6M Zero.
  • August 11, 1957 - (birth) Masayoshi Son, Korean-Japanese businessman.
    He is the founder and current chief executive officer of SoftBank Capital, and the chief executive officer of SoftBank Mobile.
  • August 15, 2011 - A fire breaks out from my neighboring house.
    The house has been vacant. But the house has been frequently used for annoying the family of the editor. We had not time to call the fire department. We tried to extinguish the fire by bucket brigade in order to prevent the fire from spreading toward my house.

    A few minutes later, fire engines arrived and began to spray water by water cannons. However, the first spray was targeted not at the burning house but directly at me. I was trying to spray the bucket water. I stumbled and was injured a little. The next spray was targeted directly toward the window of my house. A glass window was broken by the water spray. The firemen didn't apologize to me.

    The fire and the erratic fire extinguishing activities are obviously the government's conspiracy. The day is Japan's important anniversary, "Victory over Japan Day".

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