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The conflict of Claims between China and Dalai Lama

1. China

I happened to find a site that provides an interesting description about the Tibetan history.

The title of the site is CHINA.ORG.CN. It seems to be a media website operated by Chinese. Their contents may be unilateral but I think their claim is invulnerable with regard to Tibetan issues. Their articles about Tibet are worth reading. Let me introduce one of them.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama


Tibet is no Shangri-la

Tibet has fascinated the world for centuries and inspired many romantic myths and legends. The remote mountainous region and the exotic character of Tibetan Buddhism have stirred the western imagination.

But pre-1949 Tibet was not the imagined paradise of people living a simple, happy life going about their religious activities. Society was in the grip of a type of feudal serfdom under which politics was intertwined with religion. Temples obstructed all reform; nobles ruthlessly defended their privileges and constantly intrigued against each other. In the old Tibet, serfs were traded and exchanged like pack animals. They were regarded as "horses that can talk", not human beings.
Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet
Today the Dalai Lama is seen as a kind, attractive person; a Nobel Peace Prize laureate. But until 1949, the Dalai Lama was the speaker and representative of Tibet's feudal system.

Under feudalism, temples and sutra schools forced families with two boys to send one of them to become a monk. Until 1951, 95 percent of Tibetans were illiterate.

The relationship between Tibetan Buddhism and the emperors of ancient China dates back to the 12th century Yuan Dynasty. The relationship between Tibet and China was like that between "religious leaders and their non-religious protectors." The Dalai Lama and the Panchen Lama had the status of religious counselors to the emperor who in turn was the protector of all lamas and the whole Tibet. The emperor provided material and military support to the lamas, just as to his other subjects. The records show the Dalai Lama was always a vassal of the emperor.

From 1720 to 1910, Tibet was incorporated into the Manchu empire (Qing Dynasty).

In the 19th century, Britain and Russia began to compete and intrigue against each other for control of Tibet. In 1906, Britain recognized China's "suzerainty" over Tibet. It reaffirmed this position in 1912.

The four languages, Han Chinese, Mongolian, Manchu and Tibetan can be found on most royal buildings of ancient China, more evidence that China has continuously exercised sovereignty over Tibet.

In 1950, not long after they had driven out the Japanese invaders and liberated most of the nation, the People's Liberation Army entered Lhasa. Since then major reforms have been carried out in Tibet, the most important being the abolition of the feudal serf system. Hundreds of thousands of serfs were liberated and became "human."

The Central Government held talks in Beijing with the local rulers of Tibet. The Dalai Lama attended the talks and reached several agreements that gave a large measure of autonomy to the temples and the nobles.

But some senior monks and nobles fearing they would lose their privileges, staged uprisings in 1956 and 1959. The Dalai Lama later admitted that the United States Central Intelligence Agency provided financial aid and arms to the insurgents. After the 1959 uprising failed, the Dalai Lama, together with other monks, fled to Dharamsala, India. During the Cultural Revolution (1966 to 1976), in Tibet like in other parts of China, Red Guards destroyed temples and persecuted lamas and nuns. It was the darkest page in the history of modern China. But starting from the 1980s, the Central Government and local authorities did their best to repair the damage. Temples were restored to their original condition. Monks and nuns returned to religious sites.

In the reform and opening up period, Tibet's tourism industry has flourished. A new railway has been built to link this once isolated place to the rest of the country. Shops are filled with merchandise from all over the country. The government provides free medical care for all Tibetans and the average life span and health level of the people have improved greatly. The Central Government has allocated large amount of funds to help Tibet modernize and integrate with the national economy.

Tibet has paid great attention to environmental protection. Nature reserves have been established and renewable energy sources promoted in the region. According to every economic indicator people's lives have improved greatly.

Like other places in China, Tibet faces economic and cultural problems that need urgent solutions. But, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank (WB), "China has solved the problem of food and clothing for 350 millions people in 20 years." This figure includes millions of Tibetans.

Tibet is one of the most strategically sensitive places in the world. Tibet is the source of Asia's great rivers, the Ganges, Brahmaputra, the Yellow, the Yangtze and the Mekong. It overflows with mineral resources such as uranium, bauxite, copper and lithium and is also rich in petroleum and natural gas.

Tibet is a target that different interest groups would compete and die for.

The March 14 riots in Lhasa and associated protests in other countries were instigated and masterminded by the Dalai clique. Although those taking part were few in number, the western media exaggerated and sensationalized the events, threatening the stability of the region. This is unacceptable.

It is also unacceptable that reporters, commentators and other self-proclaimed judges lecture China on how to deal with the crisis. Many western people have already have misgivings about China. It does nobody any good to encourage further misunderstanding.

About the authors: Serge Pairoux, Secretary-General of the Belgium-China Cultural Center. Henri Lederhandler, Vice Chairman of the Belgium-China Economic and Commercial Council.

(China.org.cn March 31, 2008)

2. Dalai Lama

I looked for websites in which the Government of Tibet in Exile explains their history, but I couldn't. They don't offer even Dalai Lama's personal history.
As is often the case, Japan sends caretakers to its puppet regime. Japan needs to brainwash and monitor them. There was a Japanese spy chef around Kim Jong-il. A nazi tutor, Heinrich Harrer, taught Dalai Lama much about the outside world. Harrer made no secret of his allegiance to National Socialism and had been photographed with Adolf Hitler. I found a website entitled with " Suspicious relations between Nazi and Tibet". It seems to be made by people who know Jews very well. But I think the contents are reliable. At that time, it was dangerous for Japanese undercover agents to perform espionage in Tibet. I don't mean the spy himself would be in danger but I mean if the spy is unmasked, Japan's conspiracy is also revealed. So, Harrer was chosen as a spy. It is doubtful that he was born in Austria. In the end, Dalai Lama is a friend of Hitler's friend.

Surprisingly enough, Nazi Germany's flag is a combination of Janaese Sun Flag and the mark of Buddhist temple ( Swastika). Flag of the Tibetan Government in Exile was designed by a Japanese spy. The flag of Soka Gakkai International is said to have the same combination of colors that the Tibetan flag has.
In Japan, the swastika is called manji. Since the Middle Ages, it has been used as a family coat of arms. On Japanese maps, a swastika (left-facing and horizontal) is used to mark the location of a Buddhist temple. The right-facing manji is often referred as the gyaku manji (逆卍, lit. "reverse manji"), and can also be called kagi jūji, literally "hook cross".
Dalai Lama says that they received financial aid from CIA. But a spy pretending to be his enemy spy often gives money to a certain group of people in order to manipulate them. The more violent the group, the better. Probably, Japan created Dalai Lama's violent groups in the disguise of CIA. The consequences were completely advantageous for Japan. Japan could blame the US on every bad result from the Tibetan protest. Politicians are easily deceived by such a simple trick. Dalai Lama's recent announcement of his readiness of resignation insinuates his big mastermind. A dictator of a small group rarely resigns spontaneously. This only undermines the group.

Japanese ensign

Nazi Germany's flag

Flag of the Tibetan Government in Exile

Flag of Soka Gakkai
Neither the US government nor CIA has not officially referred to the financial aid. Journalists who spread such doubtful information are also doubtful. There are quite a few journalists who are influenced by certain nations and organizations. A popular Japanese commentator proudly says that he is a mere actor while he has an impact on the public opinions. News shows in Japan are mostly part of the TV drama in which news shows are performed. It is a piece of cake for actors to play the role of a commentator ( Disadvantages of kisha clubs or "reporters' clubs").

Dalai Lama received up to one million dollars (explained in Japanese Wikipedia as below) from Aum Shinrikyo, which carried out the sarin gas attack in the Tokyo subways in 1995. Such a religious leader in no way deserves the Nobel Peace Prize. Nowadays, Nobel prizes are not necessarily awarded to the best people. In fact, the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded by a committee of five people elected by the Norwegian Parliament. In general, it is very easy for a foreign government to buy politicians.

またダライ・ラマ14世は、オウム真理教から布施 の名目で1億円にのぼる巨額の寄付金を受領しており、
Aum Shinrikyo cult is not the only cult in Japan. It is also reported that another cult contributed two million dollars (also explained in Japanese Wikipedia as below) to Dalai Lama. I have never heard of the cult. Then I examined the cult and surprising facts came out one after another..... The cult is Nenbutsushu Buddhist sect of Japan. Unfortunately, there is little information about the cult. The cult is really mysterious. Let me inform you about it later.

Dalai Lama's argument is full of emotional expression with few statistics. His demand against the Chinese government is vague. It is unclear how Dalai Lama and Tibetan violent mobs are connected. This situation is very similar to the double standard in IRA and the Palestinian National Authority. In such a case, one of two parties seems to tell a lie. And under such circumstances, problems continue. Anyway, let me introduce "An Appeal to the Chinese People" by Dalai Lama in his official site.

An Appeal to the Chinese People

The Office of His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Today, I extend heartfelt greetings to my Chinese brothers and sisters around the world, particularly to those in the People's Republic of China. In the light of the recent developments in Tibet, I would like to share with you my thoughts concerning relations between the Tibetan and Chinese peoples, and make a personal appeal to all of you.

I am deeply saddened by the loss of life in the recent tragic events in Tibet. I am aware that some Chinese have also died. I feel for the victims and their families and pray for them. The recent unrest has clearly demonstrated the gravity of the situation in Tibet and the urgent need to seek a peaceful and mutually beneficial solution through dialogue. Even at this juncture I have expressed my willingness to the Chinese authorities to work together to bring about peace and stability.

Chinese brothers and sisters, I assure you I have no desire to seek Tibet's separation. Nor do I have any wish to drive a wedge between the Tibetan and Chinese peoples. On the contrary my commitment has always been to find a genuine solution to the problem of Tibet that ensures the long-term interests of both Chinese and Tibetans. My primary concern, as I have repeated time and again, is to ensure the survival of the Tibetan people's distinctive culture, language and identity. As a simple monk who strives to live his daily life according to Buddhist precepts, I assure you of the sincerity of my personal motivation.

I have appealed to the leadership of the PRC to clearly understand my position and work to resolve these problems by "seeking truth from facts". I urge the Chinese leadership to exercise wisdom and to initiate a meaningful dialogue with the Tibetan people. I also appeal to them to make sincere efforts to contribute to the stability and harmony of the PRC and avoid creating rifts between the nationalities. The state media's portrayal of the recent events in Tibet, using deceit and distorted images, could sow the seeds of racial tension with unpredictable long-term consequences. This is of grave concern to me. Similarly, despite my repeated support for the Beijing Olympics, the Chinese authorities, with the intention of creating a rift between the Chinese people and myself, the Chinese authorities assert that I am trying to sabotage the games. I am encouraged, however, that several Chinese intellectuals and scholars have also expressed their strong concern about the Chinese leadership's actions and the potentia

l for adverse long-term consequences, particularly on relations among different nationalities.

Since ancient times, Tibetan and Chinese peoples have lived as neighbors. In the two thousand year old recorded history of our peoples, we have at times developed friendly relations, even entering into matrimonial alliances, while at others we fought each other. However, since Buddhism flourished in China first before it arrived in Tibet from India, we Tibetans have historically accorded the Chinese people the respect and affection due to elder Dharma brothers and sisters. This is something well known to members of the Chinese community living outside China, some of whom have attended my Buddhist lectures, as well as pilgrims from mainland China, whom I have had the privilege to meet. I take heart from these meetings and feel they may contribute to a better understanding between our two peoples.

The twentieth century witnessed enormous changes in many parts of the world and Tibet too was caught up in this turbulence. Soon after the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, the People's Liberation Army entered Tibet finally resulting in the 17-point Agreement concluded between China and Tibet in May 1951. When I was in Beijing in 1954/55, attending the National People's Congress, I had the opportunity to meet and develop a personal friendship with many senior leaders, including Chairman Mao himself. In fact, Chairman Mao gave me advice on numerous issues, as well as personal assurances with regard to the future of Tibet. Encouraged by these assurances, and inspired by the dedication of many of China's revolutionary leaders of the time, I returned to Tibet full of confidence and optimism. Some Tibetan members of the Chinese Communist Party also had such a hope. After my return to Lhasa, I made every possible effort to seek genuine regional autonomy for Tibet within the family of the People's Republic of China (PRC). I believed that this would best serve the long-term interests of both the Tibetan and Chinese peoples.

Unfortunately, tensions, which began to escalate in Tibet from around 1956, eventually led to the peaceful uprising of March 10, 1959, in Lhasa and my eventual escape into exile. Although many positive developments have taken place in Tibet under the PRC's rule, these developments, as the previous Panchen Lama pointed out in January 1989, were overshadowed by immense suffering and extensive destruction. Tibetans were compelled to live in a state of constant fear, while the Chinese government remained suspicious of them. However, instead of cultivating enmity towards the Chinese leaders responsible for the ruthless suppression of the Tibetan people, I prayed for them to become friends, which I expressed in the following lines in a prayer I composed in 1960, a year after I arrived in India: "May they attain the wisdom eye discerning right and wrong, And may they abide in the glory of friendship and love." Many Tibetans, school children among them, recite these lines in their daily prayers.

In 1974, following serious discussions with my Kashag (cabinet), as well as the Speaker and the Deputy Speaker of the then Assembly of the Tibetan People's Deputies, we decided to find a Middle Way that would seek not to separate Tibet from China, but would facilitate the peaceful development of Tibet. Although we had no contact at the time with the PRC - which was in the midst of the Cultural Revolution - we had already recognized that, sooner or later, we would have to resolve the question of Tibet through negotiations. We also acknowledged that, at least with regard to modernization and economic development, it would greatly benefit Tibet if it remained within the PRC. Although Tibet has a rich and ancient cultural heritage, it is materially undeveloped.

Situated on the roof of the world, Tibet is the source of many of Asia's major rivers; therefore, protection of the environment on the Tibetan plateau is of supreme importance. Since our utmost concern is to safeguard Tibetan Buddhist culture - rooted as it is in the values of universal compassion - as well as the Tibetan language and the unique Tibetan identity, we have worked whole-heartedly towards achieving meaningful self-rule for all Tibetans. The PRC's constitution provides the right for nationalities such as the Tibetans to do this.

In 1979, the then Chinese paramount leader, Deng Xiaoping assured my personal emissary that "except for the independence of Tibet, all other questions can be negotiated." Since we had already formulated our approach to seeking a solution to the Tibetan issue within the constitution of the PRC, we found ourselves well placed to respond to this new opportunity. My representatives met many times with officials of the PRC. Since renewing our contacts in 2002, we have had six rounds of talks. However, on the fundamental issue, there has been no concrete result at all. Nevertheless, as I have declared many times, I remain firmly committed to the Middle Way approach and reiterate here my willingness to continue to pursue the process of dialogue.

This year, the Chinese people are proudly and eagerly awaiting the opening of the Olympic Games. I have, from the start, supported Beijing's being awarded the opportunity to host the Games. My position remains unchanged. China has the world's largest population, a long history and an extremely rich civilization. Today, due to her impressive economic progress, she is emerging as a great power. This is certainly to be welcomed. But China also needs to earn the respect and esteem of the global community through the establishment of an open and harmonious society based on the principles of transparency, freedom, and the rule of law. For example, to this day victims of the Tiananmen Square tragedy that adversely affected the lives of so many Chinese citizens have received neither just redress nor any official response. Similarly, when thousands of ordinary Chinese in rural areas suffer injustice at the hands of exploitative and corrupt local officials, their legitimate complaints are either ignored or met with aggression. I express these concerns both as a fellow human being and as someone who is prepared to consider himself a member of the large family that is the People's Republic of China. In this respect, I appreciate and support President Hu Jintao's policy of creating a "harmonious society", but this can only arise on the basis of mutual trust and an atmosphere of freedom, including freedom of speech and the rule of law. I strongly believe that if these values are embraced, many important problems relating to minority nationalities can be resolved, such as the issue of Tibet, as well as Eastern Turkistan, and Inner Mongolia, where the native people now constitute only 20% of a total population of 24 million.

I had hoped President Hu Jintao's recent statement that the stability and safety of Tibet concerns the stability and safety of the country might herald the dawning of a new era for the resolution of the problem of Tibet. It is unfortunate that despite my sincere efforts not to separate Tibet from China, the leaders of the PRC continue to accuse me of being a 'separatist'. Similarly, when Tibetans in Lhasa and many other areas spontaneously protested to express their deep-rooted resentment, the Chinese authorities immediately accused me of having orchestrated their demonstrations. I have called for a thorough investigation by a respected body to look into this allegation.

Chinese brothers and sisters - wherever you may be - with deep concern I appeal to you to help dispel the misunderstandings between our two communities. Moreover, I appeal to you to help us find a peaceful, lasting solution to the problem of Tibet through dialogue in the spirit of understanding and accommodation.

With my prayers,

The Dalai Lama

March 28, 2008

reference On the day when Shoko Asahara, a founder of Aum Shinrikyo, met Dalai Lama in India,
the Piper Alpha drilling platform in the North Sea was destroyed by explosions and fires.
And in Japan, the Recruit Scandal was revealed

The day was May 23, 1988 in the Japanese calendar. And on that day,
US President Reagan met with Soviet leader Gorbachev and popular Japanese
television writer Yasushi Akimoto married Onyanko Club member Mamiko Takai

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Hitler and Seven Samurai

Hitler was a monster created by Japan

You may think it is a preposterous argument, but there are inexplicable mysteries between Nazi Germany and Japan. And I have been wondering about them for many years. But I have found that the mysteries have some bizarre things in common at last.
  1. The coincidence of date between German and Japanese events suggests that they have cooperated somehow.
  2. Nazi Germany's policy and strategy was mostly advantageous for Japan.
  3. Flag of Nazi Germany is the combination of the Rising Sun Flag and the Buddhist Symbol in Japan.
  4. Truth is often exposed in extreme situations. Hitler was in the custody of Japanese espionage agents to his end.
  5. Japan has continued to maintain its spy organizations since Nazi collapsed.
There is a variety of connections between them. But let me talk about some related things around Hitler's final moment.
Adolf Hitler  image

Peru Hostage Crisis
CNN Live Coverage

Hitler and former Japanese Ambassador to Peru Morihisa Aoki

A man's reminiscence of his past suddenly made me aware of the relationship between Hitler and Japan. It was several years ago when I watched a TV interview program. Mr. Aoki was talking in high pride about his experience in Berlin at the end of Nazi Germany.

At any rate, it was no joke. His story was not about Hitler's empire but about the foreign exchange system and the key currency system. Let me describe his talk according to my memory.

Aoki : "During the war, power of a currency really comes into play. When Nazi Germany collapsed, I happened to be in Berlin. At that time, quite a few Japanese stayed behind there. We tried to drive through the road along which enemy tanks were moving toward us. We put all the bills we had into the car and drove out of Berlin. But what currency do you think we had? We had, of all things, enemy dollar bills. It was all the more clear which currency was stronger during the war."

At that time I didn't know the site of Wikipedia. I didn't know how to use the search engine. So I personally pondered his real intention. Since he was appointed as the ambassador to Peru and got through the embassy hostage crisis, I didn't think that his mission was an ordinary one. I believed that he had been born into a distinguished bureaucratic family. In addition, his strange act at the end of the hostage crisis burnt into my memory.
On April 22, 1997, a team of Peruvian commandos mounted a dramatic raid on the residence. All the terrorists were killed. But just after this moment, Aoki appeared sitting on the chair, holding a framed picture of the then Prime Minister Hashimoto up high. Immediately I thought it was a fraud.
Aoki's father, Morio Aoki, worked as Second Secretary at the Japanese Embassy to Turkey during WWII. At that time, the Japanese embassy in Turkey was the linchpin of the Axis. He was called "KIng of Ankara" by his colleagues at the embassy. After the hostage crisis in Peru, Morihisa Aoki was appointed as Ambassador to Kenya in July 1998. But at that time in Africa, Japan's new conspiracies were swirling. The next month, the simultaneous bombings at the United States embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya occurred. It was surprising that the attacks were carried out so soon. In fact, the US consistently criticized Fujimori. It is the Japanese tradition to get one's revenge on someone in a roundabout way and to carry out simultaneous multiple attacks. It is simply a camouflage of its motive for the crime.

Under such circumstances, I believe that Morihisa Aoki was personally acquainted with Hitler when he was a child. By the way, the flag of the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA) is colored white and red like the Japanese rising sun flag. It's enough.

Japanese Flag

Flag of Nazi Germany

Flag of MRTA

Hitler and Seven Disemboweled Tibetan Soldiers

Japan always sends in watchdogs to its puppet celebrities. It often arranges even look-alikes. They often mock the celebrities but they often convey some secret but serious messages to the public. In the case of Hitler, seven watchdogs carried out their duty around him to the last moment. It would be better to say that they killed themselves after they confirmed Hitler's death rather than to say that they simply died.
There was a Japanese spy chef around Kim Jong-il. A nazi tutor, Heinrich Harrer, taught Dalai Lama much about the outside world. Harrer made no secret of his allegiance to National Socialism and had been photographed with Adolf Hitler.

Even today, some Japanese espionage agents disguise themselves as Tibetans. Shoko Asahara, a founder of Japan's religious cult Aum Shinrikyo, was a good example. They don't necessarily have to be Tibetans. They can be every kind of people as long as they are included in a Mongolian race. It can be easy to pierce a Japanese disguising himself as a Chinese or a Korean because it is easy to examine his language. If a Japanese disguises himself as a Tibetan and speaks only poor English, it is safe and enough. Disguising oneself as a Tibetan is a very convenient way for a Japanese spy.

It is believed that Japanese spies took many Tibetan soldiers into Berlin. Japanese spies operated with them. That explains everything together with Mr. Aoki's story in Berlin.

Charlie Chaplin was another Japanese puppet monster. Japan focused on Hitlers birthday to find his look-alike. Chaplin was born 4 days earlier than Hitler. He became popular because a lot of his ticket sales were used as money laundering. He was concerned with Hitler. He was surrounded by quite a few Japanese. His anti-Nazi information was just a propaganda.
Yet the story continues.

I believe that the seven Tibetan soldiers were Japanese soldiers in disguise. Tibet has no tradition of harakiri suicide. Chinese occasionally commit harakiri but their motive is quite different from that of Japanese. And Japan was obsessed with the seven Tibetan (in fact Japanese) soldiers. Japan could not expose the secret. Japan hinted at it to the world instead. The tool was the movie "
Seven Samurai". The scenario of the movie and the comment by the director, Akira Kurosawa, clearly showed that they were concerned with the Axis during WWII. Most of Japan's movies, music and literary works that are highly appreciated throughout the world are suspicious. " Snow Country" by Yasunari Kawabata and " Hana-bi" directed by Takeshi Kitano are boring. It is easy for a country to buy critics overseas.

We often see artists who are unpopular within the country being appreciated overseas. Those artists are anti-government most of the time. However, in Japan, such artists are probably snobbish entourages of politicians. This is a good example of Japanese double standard.

Seven Samurai continues to Seven Lieutenants.

Seven Samurai continues to Seven Lieutenants within the Takeshita Faction, which was the largest faction of the ruling Liberal Democratic party (LDP) during the late 1980s.

The seven are
Keizo Obuchi, Ichiro Ozawa, Ryutaro Hashimoto, Seiroku Kajiyama, Tsutomu Hata, Kozo Watanabe and Keiwa Okuda.

I was wondering about the reason why these seven politicians were especially called as one of the Seven Lieutenants. But I now understand.

The revival of the Swastika

Nazi Germany collapsed in 1945. Two years later the swastika symbol came back in Japan. Doshin So (1911-1980) founded a martial art form of Kempo, Shorinji Kempo, in 1947. It adopted the swastika as its symbol.

In fact, he was a Japanese undercover agent. he learned a Chinese martial art, Shaolin Kung Fu, from members of Boxers ( the Righteous Harmony Society). This rebellious group carried out the Boxer Rebellion in China in 1899. I believe that this rebellious group had something to do with Japan.

Shaolin Temple in China is a very important temple for a Chinese martial art. Since Doshin So borrowed this chinese name, both martial arts have been frequently confused. So, nowadays the Chinese original martial art, Shaolin Kung Fu, is often called Kung Fu.

It can be said that Japan has successfully tarnished the image of the traditional Chinese martial art by borrowing its name and confusing their names and using the flag similar to that of Nazi Germany.

The Swastika symbol was changed to a new one due to international criticism in 2005. But it is meaningless as long as they keep the idea of the Axis.

The Swastika
Flag of Shorinji Kempo in 1947
Flag of Shorinji Kempo in 2005

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's Secrets

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Japan's National Hate Campaign against the Beijing 2008 Olympic Torch Relay

From Ruins of a Prison to a Settlement House through Remains of a Crematory

Memories of ominous sites including prisons and crematories often die hard. In my region, some people still call a site as ruins of a prison though another building has been built there.

Zenkoji Temple in Nagano withdrew from a plan to host the Beijing Olympics torch relay on April 18. The local organizing committee for the Nagano leg of the Beijing Olympic torch relay picked a new starting point on April 21. However, the new starting point was ruins of a prison and the new relay course included several places people don't want to visit such as a settlement house , the local prosecutor's office, the police headquarters, the local court, remains of a crematory , and the immigration authorities .

Some people dare to say that the previous prison was mostly used for the Japanese military government to torture Japanese communists during WWII.

Japan looks down on China

There is more to it than that. There was a deep-laid plot in the process of choosing the torch relay course. It is pointed out that there is another conspiracy in the form of anagram.
Nagano Akichi === China Nakigao
Akichi means an empty lot in Japanese.
Nakigao means a crying face in Japanese.

akichi   naki   kao  
Japan is really a corrupt nation. Probably, Nagano was chosen just for this anagram. And then Zenkoji temple was temporarily chosen to camouflage the trick anagram.

Prime Minister Fukuda is getting out of Japan.

As is always the case, the Japanese prime minister leaves Japan when unwelcomed foreign guests come. But he returns just after the guests leave. This time, Fukuda leaves Japan the previous day, and returns the next day, of the day on which the Olympic torch relay is held.
Olympic Torch Relay
in Nagano Japan

Zenkoji Temple

ruins of a prison (1)

ruins of a prison (2)

ruins of a prison (3)

Kinichi Hagimoto hosted the closing ceremonies.

Hagimoto is a Japanese comedian. He suddenly got popularity after meeting with Charlie Chaplin. In Japan, Chaplin is regarded as a symbol of Hitler by some people.


This is a sample list of torch relay courses.
London : Wembley Stadium
Paris : Eiffel Tower
San Francisco : Fisherman's Wharf
Delhi : Presidential Palace
Bangkok : Chinatown
Nagano : an empty lot (ruins of a prison)
reference The conflict of Claims between China and Dalai Lama
"Do I look like a demon?"・・・Dalai Lama Stop Japan from Buying Olympic Medals.
Hitler and Seven Samurai 中国聖火リレーに国家ぐるみの嫌がらせ

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Japanese news about China is almost a fraud

The next morning after the Olympic torch relay, "Six persons were arrested," said Foreign Minister Masahiko Komura, on the TV interview program, hinting that they were pro-Chinese activists. But at the news at noon he said that no Chinese were included among the arrested. As is often the case, news information in Japan is often confusing. I think it is even intentionally confused. So, I made a list for the information for clear understanding. The information is based on some Japanese internet sites below.

Mainichi newspaper   Asahi Newspaper   Yomiuri Newspaper  

Daily Sports   Mainichi Newspaper Close -up 
Free Tibet protests
in Nagano torch relay

Aichi Prefecture self-employed (63) immediately arrested and released throwing tomatoes at policemen
Taiwan (nationality) construction worker / Tashi Tsering (42) arrested and sent to prosecutors obstruction
Tokyo Prefecture office worker (38) immediately arrested and released obstruction
Kanagawa Prefecture member of a political group / Hiroki Nakamura (33) alleged assault and sent to prosecutors throwing an unlit warning flare
Kanagawa Prefecture office worker (30) immediately arrested and released jumping into the driveway
Tokyo Prefecture unemployed / Shinsaku Seki (25) immediately arrested and sent to prosecutors obstruction

four persons including Chinese and Tibetans ----            . injured               . support / protest

The information above is somewhat inconsistent with foreign media's reports in other languages. I don't know whether the mistake is intentionally made or not.

So, let me show one example here. " Bangkok Post"

Mr. Komura didn't talk about Tibetan protesters. He was only asked and answered about the activities and injuries of Chinese people. It was strange. In fact, the man Japanese media said to be a man with Taiwanese nationality was a Tibetan who had come to study in Taiwan from India in the 1980s and had obtained Taiwan citizenship according to Bangkok Post.

For a Japanese like me, Japanese media seem only to try to mislead Japanese, forcing them to take anti-Chinese attitude. But this is not the only problem.

The expanding perception gap between the Japanese and foreigners overseas is another big problem. Before WWII, Japan and Germany transformed their systems very much. But people in other countries did not understand the future result. If they had predicted their future correctly, they could have prevented the war. I think the increasing perception gap is reaching the level that was seen in those days. So, I hope people all over the world will wake up and think about their future seriously.

Our lives are already borderless. One country's collapse or disaster will easily cause another catastrophe in another country.

reference To tell the truth, the day of the torch relay, April 26, 2008, marked the 22nd
anniversary of the start of the construction of the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge (April 26, 1986).
And the day also marked the 10th anniversary of the opening of the bridge

April 26, 2008 was March 21, 2008 in the Japanese calendar. And the bridge had been opened on March 21, 1998.

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Driving a Wedge between China and North Korea by a Train Collision

Japan had no patience for North Korea's arbitrary actions.

I can't catch up with Japan's conspiracy. They create one incident after another. It's enough. But I shouldn't be making a complaint. There are many casualties.

On April 28, 2008, seventy people were killed and 420 injured early Monday when a passenger train from Beijing careered off the rails and slammed into another train in eastern China, Chinese state media reported. Ruling out terrorism, the official Xinhua news agency said preliminary investigations found human error was to blame, without elaborating. The first train was travelling to Qingdao -- the coastal city that will host the Olympic sailing competition in August -- when it derailed, causing a train coming in the opposite direction to leave the tracks.

At that time, the torch was arriving at Pyongyang's international airport.

On April 28, 2008, the Olympic flame arrived in North Korea early Monday for the first torch relay in the country to be held later in the day. The torch arrived at Pyongyang's international airport after midnight on a plane from the South Korean capital of Seoul. It was met by crowds of Koreans as well as Chinese living in North Korea waving flags of the two countries. Pyongyang has been gearing up for the relay, holding on Sunday a rehearsal of the opening ceremony that will take place from 10 a.m. Monday in front of the Tower of the Juche Idea in the central part of the city. "I am very honored to have been chosen for this at my advanced age," Pak Tu Ik, the 71-year-old first runner who was at the ceremony rehearsal, said Sunday morning. Pak is a North Korean sports hero who was a key member of the country's soccer team that advanced into the 1966 World Cup quarter finals.

The railroad accident was Japan's conspiracy.

  • North Korea has been Japan's main bridgehead for regaining Korean Peninsula since the end of WWII. At least Japan believes so. Japan took advantage of the isolated North Korea. Japan sold nuclear and ballistic missile technology to North Korea, which later was spread to some countries. This deception was superficially successful. India, Pakistan and Iran are now nuclear states. Japan has steadily built up a theoretical rationale for its own nuclear armament.
Zibo train collision

Olympic Torch Relay
North Korea Live Coverage

2008 Sichuan earthquake

Ryongchon train disaster
in North Korea

  • But an enemy emerged at an unexpected place. China transformed itself through the confusion of the Cultural Revolution. The purpose of the hijacking of Japan Airlines Flight 351 by the Japanese Red Army was to get in the way of the then Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai. He had to postpone his Pyongyang visit. In the communique between China and North Korea, harsh criticism against the revival of the Japanese militarism was included.

  • There are countless cases overseas with which Japan has something to do. The terrorist attacks below are only some of them.

    September 11, 2001 attacks  the bombing of an Air India Flight 182 in 1985 
    Takeshi Okamoto  Kozo Okamoto  Fusako Shigenobu 

  • When Japan held the Olympic torch relay in Nagano, it handled it in favor of Dalai Lama. But North Korea welcomed the torch relay with open hands, leading both countries by the nose. Japan cannot forgive North Korea. In fact, although nobody knows who perpetrated the train collision, there is enough circumstantial evidence for conspiracy.

  • There was a similar train accident in the past. A train disaster occurred in the town of Ryongchon, North Korea near the border with China on April 22, 2004.

    The disaster occurred when a flammable cargo exploded at the railway station at about 1300 local time. The news was broken by South Korean media outlets, which reported that up to 3,000 people had been killed or injured in the blast and subsequent fires. The North Korean government declared a state of emergency in the region, but little information about the accident has been made public.

    The incident reportedly happened nine hours after North Korean leader Kim Jong-il passed through the station on his way home from a visit to Beijing. Mr Kim had been in China to meet Hu Jintao and to discuss North Korea's nuclear programme.

  • The Sichuan earthquake was Japan's conspiracy. The earthquake occurred on a special day. May 12, 2008 was 88 days before the opening day of the Beijing Olympics. The opening of the Beijing Games falls on the eighth day of the eighth month of 2008, which is no coincidence as the number eight is traditionally considered lucky in China due to it sounding like the word for wealth.

    Japan and France were satisfied and continued to harass China about whether their leaders attend the opening ceremony.
    (postscript 2008/7/12)

  • In Japan, the government doesn't show any clear definition about the difference between sabotage and information collection. But some secret police explain even somewhat criminal activities. The activities include an activity of driving a wedge between two parties.

  • This conspiracy tells very well the characteristic of the Japanese society. You may wonder why Japan commits such conspiracy even just before the visit of the Chinese president. But in fact the time just before the president's visit is a perfect time for Japan to win concessions from China.

    In Japan, the president of a company linked to gangsters often lets the gangsters make trouble with its rival companies. When he meets the president of a victim company, he says, "I hear that you have some trouble with some gangsters. I think I can help you." In fact his attitude is half intimidation and half a joke.

    If the troubled president talks back and asks him if he has something to do with the trouble, he begins cursing at him, saying, "The president puts all his trouble on me forgetting his own fault."

    Such attitude is apparently based on some manual. I believe there are such manuals. Successful wrongdoings for over 100 years are accumulated in such manuals. It's shameful.

    The Chinese government reacted cautiously. Two responsible bureaucrats were immediately replaced for whatever reason.

  • And we see two familiar set phrases in such cases all the time. In foreign events, particularly with which Japan seems to have something to do, we see two set phrases.

    (1) There have no Japanese casualties so far.

    (2) There has been no evidence of terrorism.

    This time again, Japanese media reported the train accident with a chorus of complacence. Japanese media coverage is very different from that in other countries. In fact, there is no clear reason why such minor things should be reported first of all.

    If Japan had not been behind the train accident, there should have been no such unusual reports in Japanese media.
reference The train collision in Ryongchon, North Korea was a fabrication.
It obviously celebrated the 100th anniversary of J. Robert Oppenheimer's birth.
Oppenheimer is often called the "father of the atomic bomb"
Ex-Chinese leader Jiang Zemin on Train.

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Japanese Secret Funds to the Russian Revolution

You may not think about the Japanese involvement into the Russian Revolution. But it was true. The involvement started at the Russo-Japanese War in 1904.

Akashi Motojiro

Akashi was sent as an itinerant military attache in Europe at the end of 1900, visiting Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, staying in France in 1901, and moving to St Petersburg, Russia in 1902. As a member of the Japanese Secret Intelligence Services, Akashi was involved in setting up an intricate espionage network in all major European cities, using specially trained operatives under various covers, members of locally-based Japanese merchants and workers, and local people either sympathetic to Japan, or willing to be cooperative for a price.

In the period of growing tensions before the outbreak of the Russo-Japanese War, Akashi had a discretionary budget of 1 million yen to gather information on Russian troop movements and naval developments.
At that time, Japan's national budget was 680 million yen. Now that Japan's national budget in 2008 is said to be 2.5 trillion dollars, his budget is equivalent to today's 3.7 billion dollars. It's an amazing amount of money.

In Japan, the national budget includes the general accounts (about 30 per cent) and special accounts (about 70 per cent). The amount of the general accounts is open to the public through the Diet deliberation. But the special accounts are secret. I got the information from the Japanese Wikipedia.
After the start of the war, he used his contacts and network to seek out and to provide monetary and weaponry support to revolutionary forces attempting to overthrow the Romanov dynasty.

Narrowly escaping capture and assassination by the Ochrana, a secret police force of the Russian Empire, several times even before the start of the war, Akashi relocated to Helsinki in late 1904, although he traveled extensively to Stockholm, Warsaw, Geneva, Lisbon, Paris, Rome, Copenhagen, Zurich and even Irkutsk.
The Russo-Japanese War: Conflict in the far East

Japanese army during the Russo-Japanese War

a Russian cruiser

the revolutionary army
at Red Square

Akashi helped funnel funds and arms to selected groups of Russian anarchists, the secessionists in Finland and Poland, and disaffected Moslem groups in the Crimea and Russian Turkestan. Akashi is also known to have met with the exiled Lenin in Switzerland. It is widely believed in Japan that Akashi was behind the assassination of Russian Interior Minister Vyacheslav von Plehve, the Bloody Sunday Uprising and the Potemkin Mutiny.
When he met with Lenin in Geneva in 1904, Akashi 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.

According to Akashi's report to the Japanese government, he gave 40,000 yen (equivalent to today's 2.8 million dollars) to a Russian double agent, Yevno Azef, for smuggling weapons during the revolution in 1905.
A Japanese general reported to Emperor Meiji that Colonel Akashi was worth "more than 10 divisions of troops in Manchuria" towards Japan winning the war. Akashi was promoted to colonel at age 40.

reference End of Russian Empire Was Probably Fake Story.

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Alive and safe, the brutal Japanese soldiers who butchered 20,000 Allied seamen in cold blood

The other day, I happened to read the following article on DAILY MAIL. Every time I hear the atrocities of the Imperial Japanese Army, I feel that the atrocities never stop there. Even today, honest Japanese are intimidated and silenced by a variety of people. They are ostracized by the Japanese society. To tell the truth, this kind of conspiracy is so complicated that even the very victims don't know why they are intimidated and what was wrong with them. So let me show today's Japan's atrocity a little before introducing the main article.

Chiran Peace Museum for Kamikaze Pilots

One day, I was visiting this museum with a Canadian friend. At the museum, he was looking for the picture of a Japanese kamikaze pilot. He said that one of his Japanese friends was a kamikaze pilot at this airport. He asked me to ask the curator if there was his picture or not. Then I asked the curator. And the curator asked him if the Japanese pilot was alive or dead. He said the pilot was alive and safe. Then the curator said to him that, unfortunately, they displayed no pictures of people who were still living and that, if he had been dead, his pictures would have been displayed.

Chiran Peace Museum
for Kamikaze Pilots

This story tells today's Japanese society very vividly. Most soldiers who survived the WWII have been silenced by the government. Superficially, the government does nothing wrong. But they use a variety of people to silence honest and outspoken people. More than 60 years have past, but this atrocity still continues and even intensified in some cases.

The Japanese society is really a double standard society. Soldiers have been intimidated and completely silenced sine the end of WWII. But when they die, they are suddenly enshrined at Yasukuni Shrine. For most Japanese, politicians' visit to Yasukuni Shrine is just a cover-up of their atrocities against honest soldiers and outspoken people. Dead men are always respected just because they tell no tales.

People who intimidated a person will never pay respect to him after he dies.

About 20 per cent of soldiers were really atrocious. The rest of them were honest and they were intimidated. Even today this social structure continues. To make matters worse, this 20 per cent of bad people are almost perfect hypocrites. They pretend to be very kind gentlemen. This monument at the museum is a good example.

Alive and safe, the brutal Japanese soldiers who butchered 20,000 Allied seamen in cold blood

DAILY MAIL 3rd November 2007

The perpetrators of some of the worst atrocities of the Second World War remain alive and unpunished in Japan, according to a damning new book.

Painstaking research by British historian Mark Felton reveals that the wartime behaviour of the Japanese Navy was far worse than their counterparts in Hitler's Kriegsmarine.

According to Felton, officers of the Imperial Japanese Navy ordered the deliberately sadistic murders of more than 20,000 Allied seamen and countless civilians in cold-blooded defiance of the Geneva Convention.

"Many of the Japanese sailors who committed such terrible deeds are still alive today," he said.

"No one and nothing has bothered these men in six decades. There is only one documented case of a German U-boat skipper being responsible for cold-blooded murder of survivors. In the Imperial Japanese Navy, it was official orders."

Felton has compiled a chilling list of atrocities. He said: "The Japanese Navy sank Allied merchant and Red Cross vessels, then murdered survivors floating in the sea or in lifeboats.

"Allied air crew were rescued from the ocean and then tortured to death on the decks of ships.

"Naval landing parties rounded up civilians then raped and massacred them. Some were taken out to sea and fed to sharks. Others were killed by sledge-hammer, bayonet, beheading, hanging, drowning, burying alive, burning or crucifixion.

"I also unearthed details of medical experiments by naval doctors, with prisoners being dissected while still alive."

Felton's research reveals for the first time the full extent of the war crimes committed by the Imperial Japanese Navy, a force that traditionally modelled itself on the Royal Navy. Previously unknown documents suggest that at least 12,500 British sailors and a further 7,500 Australians were butchered.

Felton cites the case of the British merchantman Behar, sunk by the heavy cruiser Tone on March 9, 1944. The Tone's captain Haruo Mayuzumi picked up survivors and, after ten days of captivity below decks, had 85 of them assembled, hands bound, on his ship's stern.

Kicked in their stomachs and testicles by the Japanese, they were then, one by one, beheaded with swords and their bodies dumped overboard.

A solitary senior officer, Commander Junsuke Mii, risked his career by dissenting. But he gave evidence at a subsequent war crimes tribunal only under duress. Meanwhile, most of the officers who conducted the execution remained at liberty after the war.

Felton also tells the horrifying story of James Blears, a 21-year-old radio operator and one of several Britons on the Dutch-registered merchant ship Tjisalak, which was torpedoed by the submarine I-8 on March 26, 1944, while sailing from Melbourne to Ceylon with 103 passengers and crew.

Fished from the sea or ordered out of lifeboats, Blears and his fellow survivors were assembled on the sub's foredeck.

Crewmen on the submarine I-8, where Allied prisoners were slaughtered

Target: the merchant ship Behar. Its surviving crew were beheaded with swords

Atrocity: The Japanese executing prisoners

From the conning tower, Commander Shinji Uchino issued the ominous order: "Do not look back because that will be too bad for you," Blears recalled.

One by one, the prisoners were shot, decapitated with swords or simply bludgeoned with a sledge-hammer and thrown on to the churning propellers.

According to Blears: "One guy, they cut off his head halfway and let him flop around on the deck. The others I saw, they just lopped them off with one slice and threw them overboard. The Japanese were laughing and one even filmed the whole thing with a cine camera."

Blears waited for his turn, then pulled his hands out of his bindings and dived overboard amid machine-gun fire.

He swam for hours until he found a lifeboat, in which he was joined by two other officers and later an Indian crewman who had escaped alone after 22 of his fellow countrymen had been tied to a rope behind the I-8 and dragged to their deaths as it dived underwater.

Uchino, who was hailed a Japanese hero, ended the war in a senior land-based role and was never brought to trial.

Felton said: "This kind of behaviour was encouraged under a navy order dated March 20, 1943, which read, 'Do not stop at the sinking of enemy ships and cargoes. At the same time carry out the complete destruction of the crews'."

In the months after that order, the submarine I-37 sank four British merchant ships and one armed vessel and, in every case, the survivors were machine-gunned in the sea.

The submarine's commander was sentenced to eight years in prison at a war crimes trial, but was freed three years later when the Japanese government ruled his actions to have been "legal acts of war".

Felton said: "Most disturbing is the Japanese amnesia about their war record and senior politicians' outrageous statements about the war and their rewriting of history.

"The Japanese murdered 30million civilians while "liberating" what it called the Greater East-Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere from colonial rule. About 23million of these were ethnic Chinese.

"It's a crime that in sheer numbers is far greater than the Nazi Holocaust. In Germany, Holocaust denial is a crime. In Japan, it is government policy. But the evidence against the navy – precious little of which you will find in Japan itself – is damning."

The geographical breadth of the navy's crimes, the heinous nature of the acts themselves and the sadistic behaviour of the officers and men concerned are almost unimaginable.

For example, the execution of 312 Australian and Dutch defenders of the Laha Airfield, Java, was ordered by Rear Admiral Koichiro Hatakeyama on February 24 and 25, 1942.

The facts were squeezed out of two Japanese witnesses by Australian army interrogators as there were no Allied survivors.

One of the Japanese sailors described how the first prisoner to be killed, an Australian, was led forward to the edge of a pit, forced to his knees and beheaded with a samurai sword by a Warrant Officer Sasaki, prompting a great cry of admiration from the watching Japanese.

Sasaki dispatched four more prisoners, and then the ordinary sailors came forward one by one to commit murder.

They laughed and joked with each other even when the executions were terribly botched, the victims pushed into the pit with their heads half attached, jerking feebly and moaning.

Hatakeyama was arraigned by the Australians, but died before his trial could begin. Four senior officers were hanged, but a lack of Allied witnesses made prosecuting others very difficult.

Felton said that the Americans were the most assiduous of the Allied powers in collecting evidence of crimes against their servicemen, including those of Surgeon Commander Chisato Ueno and eight staff who were tried and hanged for dissecting an American prisoner while he was alive in the Philippines in 1945.

However, the British authorities lacked the staff, money and resources of the Americans, and the British Labour government was not fully committed to pursuing Japanese war criminals into the Fifties.

reference The Japanese prime minister, the minister of finance
and the governor of the Bank of Japan have turned out to be "Kamikaze Trio"

The Santiago de Compostela derailment on July 24, 2013
was probably part of Japan's revenge conspiracy
Japan's pension and life insurance system.
Life Insurance and Daredevil Japanese Soldiers. Feudalistic Democracy
Japanese are encouraged, and occasionally forced, to kill themselves. harakiri aesthetics

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