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180 Coubertin's Secret Oct 1, 2009
181 Emperor Meiji and Shoichi Nakagawa Oct 6, 2009
182 Japan's First Simultaneous Attacks (1) Oct 9, 2009
183 Japan's First Simultaneous Attacks (2) Oct 10, 2009
184 Japan's First Simultaneous Attacks (3) Oct 12, 2009
185 Brighton Hotel Bombing Oct 13, 2009
186 Japan's First Simultaneous Attacks (4) Oct 20, 2009
187-1 Poisoner Masumi Hayashi (1) Oct 25, 2009
187-2 Poisoner Masumi Hayashi (2) Nov 1, 2009
188 TV Drama Insinuating Assassination Oct 28, 2009
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Coubertin's Secret

I have described Japan's conspiracies related to foreign historical figures including Napoleon, Stalin, Hitler and Fujimori. But there are more such people in the history.

This time, I take up Pierre de Coubertin. The reason is as follows.
  1. Japan's adhesion to Coubertin is over the top. There are no historically well-known foreigners in Japan who are called with the title "baron" other than Coubertin.

  2. Some dates relating to Coubertin coincided with dates when Japan had something to do with the Olympics or wars (Battle of Okinawa, Air India Flight 182). I don't think it's just a coincidence.

  3. Some relating events remind us of the French-Japanese alliance as well as the anti-American and anti-British propaganda (Kodokan Judo Institute, Napoleon).

  4. He looks like Japanese or at least half-Japanese half-European. I wonder why Wikipedia displays this blurred image. There are few Wikipedia sites that display such unclear images. (other relatively clear images)
More Coincidences

As usual, I investigated Coubertin's birthday. He was born on January 1, 1863, the very day that US President Lincoln issued the final Emancipation Proclamation. Conspiracies related to Coubertin and Lincoln have continued until today.

Japan assassinated President Lincoln on April 14 in retaliation for American gunboat diplomacy against the Japanese isolation policy. Lincoln died the next day.

In 1912, Japan manipulated the Titanic into striking an iceberg on April, 14. The ship sank the next day. The Titanic was one of the three Olympic-class ocean liners, including the RMS Olympic and HMHS Britannic, which were built in commemoration of the Olympics.

At that time, 1912 Summer Olympics were going to be held in May in Stockholm, Sweden. Japan was going to participate in the Olympic Games for the first time with two athletes.
Pierre de Coubertin
Olympic Visionary

Astro Boy 1963 image

1964 Tokyo Olympics

Pierre de Coubertin

In the end, however, both the two Japanese athletes dropped out of the race. The Olympic Games ended on July 27. But three days later (on July 30), the Emperor Meiji died. Then the unwelcome news from the Olympic Games was almost eliminated from the news in Japan.

There was a Japanese passenger in the sinking Titanic. I believe he was a Japanese government's secret agent. He boarded the ship on the way from Russia to Japan. He shoved old people, women and children and jumped onto a lifeboat, while other men stayed on the deck until the ship sank. I think that he had to survive and report this successful sabotage to the government. Later, he was accused of it for sure. He was rehabilitated later. But the rehabilitation made the story all the more suspicious.

Coubertin died on September 2, 1937 (Japan time). And on September 2, 1985, the Titanic was discovered by investigators and crew aboard the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

On 1986, July 14th, the Titanic was discovered again. This time, Bob Ballard reached the Titanic, using Alvin, a manned deep-ocean research submersible owned by the United States Navy.

In fact, July 14 is French National Day. France has nothing to do with the Titanic, but in the light of Japan's conspiracy and the French-Japanese alliance, I fully understand the series of events.

Coal Put on a Fire

At that time, Japan was concerned with a variety of puns from names to dates. I asked some Japanese who speak French about the name of Coubertin in France. But they say that they have never head of the name except for the baron.

In Japanese, Coubertin is written as "Kuberutan" and "kuberu-tan" in Japanese means "coal put on a fire". It is very rare that French names are puns on some Japanese words. I believe that Coubertin had something to do with Japan and that he or his ancestors intentionally changed their original family name into Coubertin.

Then let me show some puns about which I have already explained on this site. Some are really puns and others are just far-fetched jokes.

 Nicolas Sarkozy (lonely orphan monkey)

 John McCain (underdog)

 Barack Obama (Obama City)

 Bill Clinton (mashed sweet potato with sweet chestnuts)

 Hitler (to arrest)

 Olusegun Obasanjo (old woman)

 Osama bin Laden (king)

 Ahmadinejad (I'm not a fool)

Olympic Anthem

As it happens, just a few hours ago, Brazil's Rio de Janeiro was chosen as host city for the 2016 Olympic Games by the International Olympic Committee. Just before IOC president Jacques Rogge announced the winner, the Olympic Anthem was played. To tell the truth the anthem is made in Japan. This is one example that Japan is much concerned with the Olympic Games.

reference Japan celebrated the 100th anniversary of the birth of Pierre de Coubertin
and premiered the first popular animated Japanese television series Astro Boy

Then in the ensuing Olympic season, the 1964 Summer Olympics was held in Tokyo.
It is one of the evidences that Coubertin was Japanese.

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Emperor Meiji and Shoichi Nakagawa

Former Minister of Finance Shoichi Nakagawa died on October 3. Though I hate to criticize the dead, I want to pick up some remarkable things here. They may include sensitive issues, yet I think it is important to know the fact. So, you are the person who decides my opinion is right or wrong.

Failure in Olympics and Sudden Death

Emperor Meiji died the day after the close of the Stockholm Olympics. And Nakagawa died the day after Tokyo failed to bring the Olympics back to Japan.

The 1912 Stockholm Olympics ended on July 27. Japan had sent two athletes but the result was disappointing. They dropped out their races. Emperor Meiji died on July 30.

In IOC voting on October 2, 2009, Tokyo was eliminated on the second ballot. Nakagawa died on October 3.

Nakagawa's Breaking News at 10:00 AM on October 4

The breaking news appeared on the TV screen just before 10:00 am on Sunday when audience ratings are very high.

At that time disgruntled Tokyo Governor Ishihara arrived at Tokyo from Copenhagen and attended a press conference. Japan had lost its bid to host the Olympics.

Deaths of Emperor Taisho and Emperor Showa

Emperor Showa died on January 7, 1989. The Heisei era started the next day in Japan. But the year was really a year of global revolution.
The Meiji Restoration image

Tokugawa Period
and Meiji Restoration

the family of Emperor Meiji

I remember the unusual atmosphere in Japan during the death of Emperor Showa. I was an office worker. But I was very busy changing a variety of stationery such as rubber stamps, date stamps and forms.

Death of the emperor makes a great impact on the Japanese economy. If it is predicted, the benefit will be huge. In fact, the date of Hirohito's death was code-named "X-Day" in government and mass media circles. It was no doubt that the government instructed the print industry which would be affected by the emperor's death.

Naturally, I was interested in another emperor's death. As was expected, he also died at the end of the year. He died on December 25, 1926.

When we look back at these deaths, we find that their deaths had something to do with economic benefits. Emperor Taisho died a week before New Year's Day, and Emperor Showa died a week after New Year's Day. I can't think that they were just coincidences.

Undeniable Government's Conspiracies

As I repeated before, the government should be held accountable. In the case of people in power, the suspect must be punished. And ordinary people don't have to bear the burden of proof. Tax payers have the right but they don't have the obligation. Well, they have the obligation only among them each other. The government has superficial authority only on behalf of the tax payers.

I pray for the dead whoever they are.

reference Former Minister of Finance Shoichi Nakagawa was probably a very emotional politician.
But Japanese volcanoes are also very emotional.
Mt. Sakurajima erupted on the same day

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Japan's First Simultaneous Attacks (1)

You may be surprised to read this story. I understand your embarrassment very well because I myself is yet somewhat suspicious. But from a rational viewpoint, I must say that the conspiracy is true. So, let me explain about it according to the time line.

In 1858, the samurai government concluded unequal treaties with Western countries. But their conditions were beyond the limit of Japanese patience. These unequal treaties curtailed Japanese sovereignty for the first time in its history; more importantly, it revealed Japan’s growing weakness, and was seen by the West as a pretext for possible colonization of Japan.

The Japanese priority was to revise the unequal treaties. But it was not until 1894 that Japan could revise even part of the unequal clauses.
Iwakura Mission. The head of the mission was Iwakura Tomomi, shown in the picture wearing traditional Japanese clothing.
The Iwakura Mission in 1871 was actually the first step for the treaty revision. However, Japan employed the "hero-of-justice tactics".

The "hero-of-justice tactic" is a very unique but a very evil tactic. Most Japanese can understand the idea. Unfortunately, however, some foreigners can hardly understand it.

But I believe that, in order to investigate the Japanese conspiracies, it is critical to understand the Japanese tactic. So, let me explain it here.

Hawaiian Revolution

Hawaiian history is very interesting. Different from the Japanese history, it is self-consistent. But the history is long and let me introduce only some related stories here.

Hawaii got a head start on Japan in terms of modernization. Kamehameha III promulgated a constitution on October 8, 1840. The US recognized Hawaiian independence in 1842. Britain and France followed the US in 1843.

Through the Edo period (from the early 17th century to the late 19th century), Japan aimed at the colonization of Hawaii. It cannot be denied that quite a few ninjas and samurai spies as well as illegal immigrants traveled from Japan to Hawaii. According to the Japanese historical records, as early as 1868, when Japan was opened to the West, about 150 Japanese went to Hawaii.

However, this story is too good to be true. It was almost impossible for a country that had been isolated from the world for more than 300 years to send people to Hawaii just on the year of the revolution. It is fair to say that immigration to Hawaii had been continued for many years before 1868.

Tenpo reforms (July 3, 1841 - March 29, 1845)

Tenpo reforms were one of three reforms during the Edo period. As I said before, when Japan chants the mantra of reform, it carries out a conspiracy behind the stage. During the Tenpo reforms, there were major events around Japan. In 1842, US President John Tyler recognized Hawaiian independence. The First Opium War broke out in 1839. There were Japanese suspicions around them. Let me talk about them later.

Mizuno Tadakuni, the chief councilor to the shogun, started the Tenpo reforms on July 3, 1841
(May 15, Tenpo 12 ). This day was a pun on June 22, 1815 (May 15, Bunka 12) when
Napoleon abdicated. This pun meant Japan's failure to control Hawaii. The reforms ended when
Mizuno was dismissed on March 29, 1845 (February 22, Koka 2;22nd day of the 2nd month
in the 2nd year of Koka). The date was also a pun.

But there is more than that. The new era name of Koka was created to mark a fire at Edo Castle
in 1844. However, the starting date "January 9, 1845 (December 2, Koka 1)" was a pun on
"December 2, 1804 (November 1, Bunka 1)" when Napoleon was crowned. The fire at Edo castle
included strange conspiracies. Let me talk about them later.

The reforms were actually messy and confused and ended up the Hawaiian independence and the defeat in the First Opium War. Japan's political reforms always indicate conspiracies overseas.

The samurai government vowed to retaliate. Thirty years passed and the day of revenge came in 1871.

Journey of Revenge, the Iwakura Mission

In 1868, the Japanese political power shifted from the samurai government to the Imperial Court.

On November 20, 1871 (October 8, Meiji 4), the Japanese government decided to dispatch the
Iwakura Mission to the West for the purpose of revising the unequal treaties.

To tell the truth, the date "October 8" was the sign of revenge. At that time the Japanese
government frequently used puns related to the Gregorian calendar and the Japanese calendar.

Prior to the dispatch of the mission, Japan had carried out simultaneous attacks against the US
on October 8, 1871.

In the terror attacks, the Japanese imperial government decisively succeeded the samurai government.

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Great Chicago Fire

On October 8, 1871, Northern United States suffered from conflagrations. Their scales were enormous and many people believe that they were caused by fragments of Biela's Comet striking the Earth.

Among them, the fire in Chicago is said to have been the largest. The fire burned for three days, leaving 90,000 homeless and 300 dead. More than 17,500 buildings were destroyed.

Peshtigo Fire

On October 8, 1871, the Peshtigo Fire burned 4,850 km² of forestland around the timber industry town of Peshtigo, Wisconsin, killing between 1,200 and 2,500 people. It was the deadliest fire in United States history.

Port Huron Fire

The Port Huron Fire of Sunday October 8, 1871 burned a number of cities including White Rock and Port Huron, and much of the countryside in the "Thumb" region of the U.S. state of Michigan. On the same day, other fires burned the cities of Holland and Manistee as well as broad swaths of forest in various areas of the state. At least 50 people died as a result of the Port Huron Fire, and at least 200 from all the fires in the state.

Great Chicago Fire

Conflagrations on October 8, 1871

Iwakura Mission's Contribution to Chicago

In Japanese history books, it is described that the members of the mission were surprised to witness the tragedy of the Chicago conflagration and that they contributed 5,000 dollars to the City of Chicago.

This story is true, yet they had no good will for the contribution. Five thousand dollars were quite a large amount of money at that time, equivalent to the current value of about 1 million dollars.

This Japanese tactic is similar to that of "macchiponpu". But I call the tactic the "hero-of-justice tactic" here. Let me describe the reason, in the next page, why the fires broke out on October 8 and why Japan went so far as to contribute so much money.

Conflagrations in the US were Japan's conspiracies.

On February 8, 1904, Japan staged a surprise attack on the Russian Far East Fleet at Port Arthur. Then the Russo-Japanese War began. On the same day (on February 7 in the US), the Great Baltimore Fire broke out in Baltimore, Maryland.

The purpose of the attack was to strike a blow at the US which remained neutral in the war and to depress American athletes for the upcoming Olympic Games in St. Louis, Missouri.

Baltimore was chosen for the attack because of the similarities between the two cities. Both cities were very prosperous and were located on the east coast of the continent at 39 degrees north latitude (P/A, Da, Ba).
Great Baltimore Fire

In fact, the dates were artfully arranged. In 1807, at the Battle of Eylau, Napoleon fought an uphill battle, forcing the Russians to withdraw further north. The battle was fought over two days, from February 7 to February 8. The Russo-Japanese War and the Great Baltimore Fire were arranged following the dates in the Battle of Eylau. The pun was perfect this time again.

reference The Great Chicago Fire and other related fires were part of Japan's conspiracy.
Japan has a unique strategy of bullying. Japan often extends
a helping hand to the victims after the bullying. The pretense puts
the victims off their guard against the bullying, all the more.

The Japanese government decided to dispatch a diplomatic journey to the US.
But it was October 8, 1781 in the Japanese calendar.
The Great Chicago Fire and other related fires broke out on October 8, 1781, too

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Purpose of Iwakura Mission

According the English Wikipedia, there were two purposes; to renegotiate the unequal treaties with the West and to gather information.

However, the Japanese Wikipedia adds one important purpose; to hand the sovereign's messages to the West.

But I think that it was only their formal purpose. It was not Japan's hope but their obligation. The treaties had been concluded between the West and the Japanese samurai government.
Japanese diplomatic journey around the world
from 1871 to 1873

And the West demanded the confirmation document from the newly established imperial government. And the imperial government replied, "We are no different from the samurai government." But it was a foregone conclusion.

There was more to it than that. Japan didn't care about the inequality. For a country which carried out conspiracies, unequal treaties were no problem. Superficial inequality was often all the more advantageous for Japan.

In addition, Japan had got enough information about the West through spy (ninja) networks during the samurai period.

Unequal Treaties

Treaties with the West were actually unequal. But they were unequal for the Japanese government not in comparison with the West but in comparison with Hawaii. In fact, Hawaii and the US had concluded an equal treaty prior to the Japanese unequal treaties. It was unforgivable for Japan.

In 1849, the US and Hawaii concluded an equal treaty. It was a free trade agreement something like today's NAFTA. Japan bitterly fell behind.

In a sense, it is fair to say that the Pearl Harbor attack was a foregone conclusion.

Demonstrating National Power

Japanese diplomatic activities have been always the demonstration of Japanese power. Most of the cases, they are monetary contribution.

An international mission of more than 100 people was quite a large number of people at that time.

Conflagrations and Large Contribution

Then, why did Japan carry out heinous act of terrorism and make a large contribution at the same time? As a matter of fact, this tactic is a traditional Japanese manual. It is carried out extensively throughout Japan. I once fell victim to the fraud. But I'm ashamed to say that it took more than 30 years for me to realize the trick.

The tactic is simple in a sense but often hard to realize it. So, let me explain it showing an interesting example here.
It is good for a young boy to become good friends with a beautiful girl. It is a little bit risky for a strange figure to approach her out of the blue. One wrong move and his ulterior motives will be exposed. So, this tactic is carried out for the purpose of increasing the success rate up to 100 percent. Let me call this tactic "hero-of-justice tactic" here.
The mission attempted to bribe American bureaucrats and politicians for creating secret Japanese collaborators. Unconditional cash payment will be regarded as a bribe. However, once the money is paid as relief money, there is an excuse for both the briber and the recipient.

Japan mostly uses puns on the dates of terrorism. This time the pun was used on the date when Hawaii promulgated a constitution. It was "October 8".

Suez Canal

The Suez Canal opened to shipping in 1869 as if the canal had been constructed for the mission's voyage. Strangely enough, however, the battleships of the Russian Baltic Fleet reached the Indian Ocean by rounding the Cape of Good Hope 33 years later.

But when I investigated the facts and differences on both cases, another conspiracies have come out. Let me explain them later.

construction begins
April 25, 1859
(Japanese calendar)
March 23, 1859
Related events:

■ Battle of Dan-no-ura. A major sea battle of the Genpei War occurs at Dan-no-ura, in the Shimonoseki Strait off the southern tip of Honshu. The Taira clan perishes.
■ The Great Buddha of Kamakura is started construction at Kamakura, Japan.
opening of the cannal
(Japanese calendar)
October 14, 1869
Related events:

■ Tokugawa Yoshinobu, the 15th Tokugawa Shogun, puts his prerogatives at the Emperor's disposal and resigns 10 days later.

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Brighton Hotel Bombing

This terrorism has been rarely reported in Japan. There is little information about it in the Japanese Internet, too. It was not until today that I knew the incident. Possibly I simply forgot it.

I knew this terrorism today in the BBC news on TV. Today is the 25th anniversary. The bomber was Patrick Magee, a member of the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA).

At 2:54 a.m. on October 12, 1984, a bomb detonated at the Grand Hotel in Brighton, England. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her cabinet were staying at the hotel for the Conservative Party conference. The bomb failed to kill Thatcher or any of her government ministers. Five people, however, were killed, including a Conservative MP and 31 injured.

Magee escaped to Holland, but later returned to England to plan other bombings. He was arrested in 1985. He was released from prison in 1999 under the terms of the Good Friday agreement.

Japan's powerful former prime minister had been found guilty on the same day a year ago
Brighton Hotel Bombing image

Margaret Thatcher image

Nowadays I believe that when a tragedy occurs in a foreign country, there are some similar events in Japan. So I investigated the history and found suspicious events below.

Kakuei Tanaka was prime minister from 1972 to 1974. He kept unusually strong political influence. However, he was arrested by the police and put on trial. He was found guilty on October 12, 1983.

In Japan, all the politicians are actually puppets of the Imperial General Headquarters. It is an open secret. But people are often confused and they often regard some superficially powerful politicians as true leaders. When they go too far, they are suddenly punished.

The Government Imperial Aid Association was created on October 12, 1940

This organization was Japan's main engine for World War II. Unfortunately, however, there are similar but secret organizations everywhere in today's Japan.

The chair of the Japanese Socialist Party was assassinated on October 12, 1960.

In Japan, it is also open secret that every kind of politician is under the control of the Imperial General Headquarters. When Inejiro Asanuma was killed, he was a leader of the socialist party. He was originally a nationalist. His role was to control leftist groups. When he was too popular, he was killed.

At the Pinnacle of Thatcher's Popularity

At that time, the Falklands War in 1982 had boosted Thatcher's approval rating. Hard-line politics was a good pretext for terrorism, only when it was unpopular. In fact, though hard-line politicians were acceptable in a sense, she became too popular for Japan. As usual, Japan carefully arranged the bombing date.

Although I have not referred to the IRA so much, there have been quite a few conspiracies. This terrorism is just the tip of the iceberg.

Another Evil Pun

While I was examining Thatcher's biography, I found a pun. Margaret Thatcher was often called "Maggie Thatcher". Unfortunately, the bomber's family name was "Magee". I think this was a pun, which Japan frequently uses in terrorism.

In addition, I came across an ominous page, "the Maggie Out protest song". Excuse me.

I have been an admirer of Mrs. Thatcher for sure.

reference The Brighton Hotel Bombing Celebrated Thatcher's sixtyth birthday
just according to the Japanese tradition
A Japanese TV program insinuated
that the Brighton Hotel Bombing was Japan's conspiracy
Japan's Conspiracy in English History Death of Princess Diana in Car Accident

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The Iwakura Mission returned home on September 13, 1873, almost two years after setting out.

But they immediately gave a blow to the US financial market and returned the favor.

Panic of 1873

A bank in Philadelphia suddenly went bankrupt on September 18, 1873. The panic triggered a subsequent long depression which lasted until 1879. It was one of a series of economic crises in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

This crisis occurred just five days after the Iwakura Mission returned home. Historians point out several reasons for the financial crisis. But I think they miss the point.

Another blow to Lincoln

At first, I didn't know the reason why Chicago was targeted. But the second attack convinced me of the reason and Japan's intention.

The target was the "Emancipation Proclamation". Japan and France was taking advantage of the slave trade and the plantation farming. They regarded Lincoln as their absolute enemy.

After the defeat of the Confederate States in the American Civil War, Lincoln was assassinated. Yet Japan's anger went on and on.

Chicago, in which the document of the Emancipation Proclamation had been kept, was chosen as the target. And, prior to their departure, the attack was carried out on October 8, 1873 (Great Chicago Fire).
Abraham Lincoln

Panic of 1873

Great Boston Fire of 1872

Great Boston Fire of 1872

The Iwakura Mission arrived at Boston on June 28, 1872. They left Boston for London on July 3. They left London for Paris on November 6.

However, a conflagration broke out in Boston on November 9. To tell the truth, November 9 was an anniversary for both France and Japan. On November 9, 1799, Napoleon had carried out a coup and had assumed the full power of government. On November 9, 1867, the Emperor had assumed the full power of government in Japan.

One more Conflagration to Chicago

The Emancipation Proclamation was lost in the first fire. But the Chicago History Museum was rebuilt soon. The second fire was a resolute attack. The first fire was obviously arson. But the second fire was more blatant arson. The second fire broke out, inauspiciously beginning the same way the first fire did, in a small barn. Unluckily, the barn was located next to an oil factory. This time, the museum and all the showpieces were lost.

Fortunately or unfortunately, original Emancipation Proclamation was kept by the government in Washington, D.C. Again, the date was July 14, 1874. It was the 85th anniversary of the French Revolution. It was the next year of the year when the mission returned home. The mission returned home on September 13, 1873. Louis XVI of France accepted the constitution on September 13, 1791. The pun indicated the acceptance of the treaties between the West and Japan. Chicago was originally part of a French colony.

Camouflage Attempt

When Japan masterminds overseas terrorism, it always stages camouflage within its own territory. The purpose is to prevent foreign governments from raising even a bit of skepticism. Generally speaking, Japan creates fake troubles such as border disputes, political struggles and entertainers' scandals. They are nowadays everyday news.

During the great fires in the US, there were power struggles inside the Japanese government. Japan provoked domestic rebellions, and created fake troubles to send troops to Taiwan.

The leader of the mission, Iwakura Tomomi was assaulted by assassins after returning home.

The assault occurred on January 14 at Kuichigai, Tokyo. However, the name of the place "Kuichigai" literally means "antinomy", and the antinomy of "January 14" is "July 14". In fact, the next terrorism in the US occurred on July 14, 1874. So, I believe that the assault was just a parody.

You Only Live Twice

It is the fifth spy film in the James Bond series, and the fifth to star Sean Connery as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. In the film, Bond is dispatched to Japan after American and Russian spacecraft disappear mysteriously in orbit.

Well, you may be embarrassed but I think that the movie was involved in a Japanese conspiracy. To tell the truth, the title is translated as "You Are Killed Twice" in Japanese. And the translation shows Japanese traditional conspiracy very well. In the Japanese conspiracy, victims are killed twice. This idea is beyond imagination even for me. But it is true. The movie staff were actually involved in a conspiracy in Japan. Let me talk about the incident later.

reference Colgan Air Flight 3407 crash in 2009 commemorated the 200th anniversary
of the birth of Abraham Lincoln.
And the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver commemorated its 201st anniversary
The Panic of 1873 began when the first son of Japanese Emperor Meiji was born dead.
Teresa Teng World Trade Center Titanic

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Poisoner Masumi Hayashi (1)

On October 4, 1998, Masumi Hayashi was arrested for having put arsenic into a curry made for consumption at a village festival in western Japan on July 25, 1998.

I have been examining the case, but now that she has been sentenced to death, I want to summarize it at this point.

Since the story is wide-ranging, I want to describe it something like a novel. The story is based on hypotheses but please make sure that it is never a fiction.

Surrender of Japan and Birth of Terrorist

The Empire of Japan surrendered on September 2, 1945. Japan became an average country. But it was yet secretly determined to get revenge in the future. September 3 was the day of the start of Japan's new journey. Japan chose a female baby of a rightist, who was born on September 3, as the future leader of the terrorists. She was Fusako Shigenobu, the future leader of the Japanese Red Army.

Giichi Miura and Kazuyoshi Miura

Kazuyoshi Miura was born on July 27, 1947. He was strongly influenced by his aunt, Takiko Mizunoe, who was a movie producer and was included in some rightist entertainers' group at that time. So, it was obvious that he was named after Giichi Miura. Giichi Miura was a rightist and a Class-A war criminal.

Fusako Shigenobu and Mrs. Masumi Hayashi

Fusako Shigenobu became the leader of the Japanese Red Army in 1971. But Japan found a Japanese American woman who exactly shared the same birthday with her. The woman was Mrs. Masumi Hayashi. She was a photographer and artist who taught art at the university in the US.

Then, Japan looked for a Japanese woman who shared the same family and given name with Mrs. Masumi Hayashi. And so, entirely by coincidence, Masumi Hayashi was chosen (yet there is a possibility that Masumi Hayashi was named just after the American Japanese woman).
Poisoner Masumi Hayashi

"Death Penalty with Beautiful Music" written by Masumi Hayashi

Masumi Hayashi

the vacant lot in Wakayama where Hayashi's home was located
Provocative Parody against the Execution of Japanese War Criminals by the US

Japan created a paradoxical parody for the revenge against the US. Its scenario was that Japan judges a criminal in the US and acquits him neglecting the judicial system in the US. In this travesty, Kazuyoshi Miura was employed.

In 1981, Miura was involved in a murder case in Los Angeles. Although the local police investigated the case, Japan kept him in custody for 13 years, neglecting the US investigation. Finally, Japan acquitted Miura in 2003.

Bangladesh Overtaking Japan

In the 1980s, with the growing economy, Japan wanted to be the leading power. Unfortunately, Japan was behind China, India and Indonesia in Asia in population. To make matters worse, Pakistan and Bangladesh was overtaking Japan. Particularly, Japan could not allow Bangladesh, one of the poorest countries in the world, to be bigger than Japan.

Japan was destroying the economy of developing nations. Particularly, Bangladesh was hard-hit by arsenic poisoning and floods caused by cyclones. In fact, however, the delta area used to be among the most fertile in the world.

Large Scale Parody

In July 1998, in Bangladesh and Japan, Japan carried out a large scale parody, using special techniques.

Kazuyoshi Miura

Mrs. Masumi Hayashi

Fusako Shigenobu

Japanese cruiser Naniwa

Floods in Bangladesh

reference The arsenic poisoning in Japan and the ICE high speed train disaster in Germany
occurred almost at the same time on the same day in the Japanese calendar
This coincidence strongly indicates that the train disaster in Germany
had been planned beforehand as part of the conspiracy
Masumi Hayashi was born on the day when Kim Jong-il,
North Korean leader, joined the Worker’s Party of Korea (WPK)
It is obvious that the mass poisoning was carried out
in commemoration of the oldest blood signature in Japan
Japan is a Demon Nation. A Mass Poisoning in Japan and the Father of Pakistan.
Mumbai Attacks on "Tamil Eelam Heroes’ Day"

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Poisoner Masumi Hayashi (2)

Japan believes that it is the best policy to kick its rivals out. Since the end of World War II, one of Japan's most urgent problems has been its ranking in population. In fact, developing countries were overtaking Japan.

When we investigate Japanese terror activities in Asia, they completely have something to do with the population increase.

(chart) demographic change in Japan, Indonesia, Pakistan and Bangladesh
(chart) demographic change in major countries in Asia

1970 Bhola cyclone

At the end of World War II, Japan was ranked third in population behind China and India among Asian countries. But the two countries were so big that they were actually out of Japan's reach. However, Pakistan overtook Japan and Indonesia caught up with Japan around 1960 as well.

Japan created separatist groups in East Pakistan and instigated wars, but Pakistan was yet united.

In 1970, Japan created the biggest-ever cyclone, Bhola in East Pakistan (weather terrorism). Up to 500,000 people lost their lives in the storm. The impact of the cyclone was so huge that Pakistan was finally divided.

The population of Pakistan was reduced from 115 million to 61 million. The country was not Japan's competitor any more.

At Bangladeshi independence, Japan bribed some Bangladeshi political leaders to create a national flag similar to the rising sun flag. Japan's obsession to the national flag is unusual. Vietnamese national flag was once such a flag.

Vietnam War as Camouflage for Secret Operation in Indonesia

Behind the Vietnam War, former soldiers of the Imperial Japanese Army trained Viet Cong soldiers. The original purpose of the Vietnam War was not the war itself but the camouflage for the secret operation in Indonesia. The US was completely deceived by France and Japan.

For Japan, the problem in Southeast Asia was not Vietnam but Indonesia. Indonesia overtook Japan and accelerated the increase in population.

In 1959, just before Indonesia overtook Japan in population, Japan sent Naoko Nemoto, a hostess of a Japanese exclusive club, to Indonesian President Sukarno. She is now makes occasional appearances on Japanese TV shows as Dewi Sukarno.

In order to prevent the economic development in Indonesia, Japan let President Sukarno establish a dictatorship, something like today's North Korea. The Vietnam War was just a diversionary operation.

Japan's conspiracy is so funny and so ridiculous that ordinary people cannot understand it. Japan's conspiracy works all the better. Unfortunately, however, it was not a successful operation in terms of preventing the population increase in Indonesia.

Indonesia established the The Games of the New Emerging Forces (GANEFO) as a counter to the Olympic Games in 1964, when the Olympic Games were held in Tokyo. North Korea and Indonesia boycotted the Tokyo Olympics. But it was actually a fake antagonism only for the purpose of camouflaging collusion.

In Japan, there are quite a few examples, such as the ruling and opposition parties, the police and gang organizations, company executives and labor union leaders.

Short-lived Euphoria

Pakistan was separated on March 26, 1971 and didn't seem to be Japanese rival any more. However, both Pakistan and Bangladesh accelerated their population increase. As early as 1995, each of them reached 120 million in population earlier than Japan.

Japan took countermeasures. Fertile Bangladesh was frequently flooded and contaminated with arsenic. The Pakistani society was confused by extremists.

Repeat of Floods

Cyclones hit Bangladesh and destroyed the environment. But the floods on July 25, 1998 were one of the most serious.

Japan plotted a mass poisoning on that day. The media hoopla on it ended almost the same day the floods in Bangladesh receded.

Simultaneous Floods in China

There were floods in Hunan province in China on the same day, July 25, 1998. One hundred and forty-five people were killed and 250,000 houses were destroyed.

"July 25" was chosen in commemoration of the First Sino-Japanese War. Wakayama, the site of the poisoning, was chosen in commemoration of Japanese cruiser Naniwa. Naniwa is another name of Wakayama as well as Osaka region. Masumi Hayashi was chosen because she shared the same name with Mrs. Masumi Hayashi. The idea of curry poisoning came from the staple food and arsenic contamination in Bangladesh.

Fusako Shigenobu and Iwao Uruma

Although she was on an international wanted list, when the curry poisoning occurred in Wakayama, Shigenobu Fusako had smuggled herself into Japan and was traveling back and forth between Osaka (Kansai International Airport) and China.

Shigenobu was suddenly arrested on November 8, 2000. The executive police officer who led the arrest operation was Uruma, who was later appointed as director-general of the National Police Agency by the then prime minister Koizumi and as deputy chief Cabinet secretary by the then prime minister Aso.

Kazuyoshi Miura Joins

Miura was suspected of conspiring to kill his wife on November 18, 1981, while visiting Los Angeles. He was arrested by the Japanese police on September 11, 1985. This date was an insinuation of the arrest of Hideki Tojo.

He sent encouraging letters to jailed Masumi Hayashi. Though he was acquitted in 2003 in Japan, Miura was arrested by the US police for another trial. But he killed himself in the US prison on October 10, 2008. October 10 is an important day between Japan and North Korea.

Mrs. Hayashi Masumi was shot to death.

Masumi Hayashi published a book titled "Death Penalty with Beautiful Music" from the prison. And Mrs. Masumi Hayashi was really killed in the US on August 17, 2006.
Flag of Bangladesh

Flag of Nguyen Dynasty

Flag of Indonesia

Flag of Japan

Floods in Bangladesh

Masumi Hayashi

the vacant lot in Wakayama where Hayashi's home was located

Fusako Shigenobu

Japanese cruiser Naniwa

Kazuyoshi Miura

"Death Penalty with Beautiful Music" written by Masumi Hayashi

former Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary
Iwao Uruma

Mrs. Masumi Hayashi
reference Masumi Hayashi was born on the day when Kim Jong-il,
North Korean leader, joined the Worker’s Party of Korea (WPK)
It is obvious that the mass poisoning was carried out
in commemoration of the oldest blood signature in Japan
Japan is a Demon Nation. A Mass Poisoning in Japan and the Father of Pakistan.
Mumbai Attacks on "Tamil Eelam Heroes’ Day"

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TV Drama Insinuating Assassination

On October 26 in and around South Korea, ceremonies were held to mark the centennial anniversary of the death of Korean pro-independence activist An Jung-geun. He assassinated the Japanese colonial governor-general Ito Hirobumi on this day in 1909.

As usual, I investigated the event. And as usual, conspiracies came out one after another. Then in the meantime, I describe the result below, something like a novel.

From Independence of Hawaii to Meiji Restoration

Kamehameha III promulgated a constitution on October 8, 1840. The US recognized Hawaiian independence in 1842. The Japanese samurai government secretly attempted to conquer Hawaii. It carried out a variety of conspiracies. And it implemented the Tenpo reforms and caused serious political turmoil for the purpose of camouflaging the conspiracies. Koizumi's reforms in the 2000s were almost the same in their absurdity.

Since Edo (today's Tokyo) became the capital of Japan, various fires destroyed Edo Castle. Each time it was rebuilt. In the span from 1844 to 1863, three fires broke out at the castle. But there were conspiracy stories about the 1844 fire. A senior samurai official Doi Toshitsura attempted a coup. This story is dramatized in the movie "Thirteen Assassins". Again, Koizumi's assassins in the general elections in 2005 were almost the same in their absurdity.

Commodore Matthew Perry visited Japan in 1853. He demanded that the samurai government of Japan open ports. Japan and the U.S. signed up the Convention of Kanagawa and the Treaty of Amity and Commerce in 1854 and 1858, respectively. These treaties infuriated Japan and France, which later instigated the American Civil War in 1861 and finally assassinated US President Abraham Lincoln in 1865.

Iwakura Mission and Simultaneous Attacks

The Meiji Restoration was a large-scale deceptive maneuver for the purpose of distracting the West from Japan's conspiracies overseas. When the West demanded Japanese mission, Japan combined its goodwill mission with acrimonious terrorism. This strategy had a great effect.
President of South Korea
Park Geun-hye


Iwakura Mission

Abraham Lincoln
Korea under Japanese Rule

It is said that Japanese distinctive war strategy is a surprise attack. But the quintessence of Japanese war strategy is a slowly-strangling conspiracy in peace time.

On October 8, 1895, Japanese agents assassinated Empress Myeongseong. In fact, she had advocated stronger ties between Korea and Russia in an attempt to block Japanese influence in Korea.

The Great Chicago Fire occurred on October 8, 1871. It is obvious that "October 8" was chosen for showing Japan's determination not to allow Korea to become another Hawaii.

The culprits were Japanese, for sure. It is said that Tekkan Yosano, the grandfather of former Chief Cabinet Secretary Kaoru Yosano, was included in them.

Japan expanded its foothold in the Korean Peninsula through the Russo-Japanese War. Japan was determined to annex Korea. However, the West was yet skeptical about Japan's move, and Japan needed an absolute excuse for it.

Japan sacrificed the colonial governor-general Ito Hirobumi for the excuse. This tactic is paradoxical and is similar to the "Hero-of-justice Tactic".

On October 26, 1909 (September 13, 1909 in the Japanese calendar), An Jung-geun assassinated Ito Hirobumi. I'm not sure whether he was a Japanese spy or a selfless patriot. But it was obvious that Japan took advantage of the assassination.

"September 13" represented the recognition of the new agreement with the revolutionary government. Japan compared the acceptance of the annex of Korea and Japan, to the acceptance of the new constitution by King Louis XVI in September 13, 1791 and the French Revolutionary Army, respectively. With the new treaty having been accepted by the West, the Iwakura Mission returned home on September 13, 1873.

Park Chung-hee assassination

At 7:41 pm on Friday, October 26, 1979, KCIA director Kim Jaegyu assassinated President Park Chung-hee. However, once we examine the time and date, it turns out to be a well-orchestrated conspiracy. The day was the 70th anniversary of the assassination of Ito Hirobumi by An Jung-geun. But there was more to it than that. Japan had prepared a parody for young people.

At 8 pm when the assassination was carried out, a series of a popular Japanese television drama, Kinpachi-sensei, began.

The series' protagonist was a junior high school teacher, Kinpachi Sakamoto. It is said that the title "Kinpachi" was derived from the beginning time "8 pm on Friday". Sensei means a teacher in Japanese. But I believe that the name of the teacher was the combination of the assassin's family name "kim" and the time "8 (hachi)".

Japan is particularly good at making puns. It is also said that the family name of the protagonist "Sakamoto" was derived from a Japanese hero during the Meiji Restoration, Sakamoto Ryoma. I believe that it is an insinuation of Japanese global terrorism at that time.

In addition, the fact that the TV program had been prepared beforehand indicates that Japan had been aware of the assassination.

Thirty five years' Rule (1901-1945)

The period of 35 years is more than a generation. Japan understood that it would be impossible to Japanize Koreans completely. And the Japanese purpose was to transform Korea into a country which is completely under the influence of Japan even if it is independent or it is controlled by other countries.

Although the Korean Peninsula was liberated from Japanese colonial rule in 1945, there are yet quite a few detachment force who are completely loyal to Japan. To make matters worse, they are not spies, but ordinary office workers, entrepreneurs, soldiers or politicians. Japan's strength is secret maneuvers overseas. And the financial source is "Kasumigaseki maizokin".
South Korean President Park Chung Hee

Resident-General Ito Hirobumi

Korean pro-independence activist An Jung-geun

Empress Myeongseong

Kamehameha III

Napoleon seems increasingly to be Japanese.

I have been investigating a variety of Japanese conspiracies. And Japan's obsession to the French Revolution is unusual. So, I cannot deny that Napoleon seems increasingly to be Japanese.

reference President of South Korea Park Geun-hye is Probably
a member of the Japanese imperial clan.
Her birthday is the 100th anniversary
of the premiere of the Lady of the Camellias.
It is also the 80th anniversary of the first formation
of the Protestant church in Japan in the Japanese calendar.

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