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Presidential Election in Brazil

Brazil's presidential election has already gone to a second round. Now that Japan's conspiracy haunts at every corner of the world, I cannot catch up with it. So, let me take the most urgent one at first.

There is little information about Brazil in Japan. To make matters worse, it is often distorted. The more I try to examine it, the more I feel that I am getting stuck in the mud.

Brasilia, Capital of Brazil

In a word, Brasilia is a failure. In addition, it is also Japan's conspiracy. When a country is born, the Tokugawa samurai clan try to hold the central power of the country by distributing a lot of dirty money on the one hand and intimidating their opponents on the other. On the face of it, they attempt to create a good nation but in reality they gradually erode everything good in the country. It is one of the typical examples of the Tokugawa clan's strategy.

Not only Brasilia but also Canberra and Washington, D.C. suffered Japan's conspiracy. The Tokugawa clan intentionally constructed a new remote capital in the new born country, for the purpose of deteriorating the function of the capital, disrupting its development and finally pointing and laughing at it.
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President Kubitschek's Construction of Brasilia

Kubitschek was Japanese. His birthday strongly insinuates one of the traditional samurai clans, the Minamoto clan. He was born on September 12, 1902 (August 11 in the traditional Japanese calendar), the day on which Minamoto no Yoriie was appointed shogun.

To tell the truth, for Japanese, "Kubitschek" sounds like "checking the beheaded head". "Kubi" means the head in the Japanese. Japanese samurai warriors used to pay money to their subordinate warriors after checking beheaded heads they brought back in the battlefield.

The problem in the capital relocation is profound. But let me stop here and return to the original topic.

The relocation took place on April 21, 1960, the day of the Forty-seven Ronin incident.

Presidents of Brazil, Their Birthdays, Deathdays and Related Events

name birthday, deathday related events
1 Deodoro da
August 5, 1827
(Japanese calendar)
June 13

August 23, 1892
(Japanese calendar)
July 2
■ The birthday and deathday of Fonseca coincide with Akechi Mitsuhide's deathday. Fonseca's role was to banish the Emperor and to hand over power to another political leader.
■ Fonseca became President on February 26, 1891. Napoleon escaped from Elba for Paris on February 26, 1815.
■ On November 3, 1891, President Fonseca dissolved the National Congress and declared a "state of emergency". The day was the 5th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty's dedication according to the traditional Japanese calendar. To tell the truth, Japan instigated a big earthquake on October 28, 1891, the 5th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty's dedication in the Gregorian calendar. It was an insidious provocation against the US.
■ Fonseca resigned on November 23, 1891. The day was the 20th anniversary of the start of the cannon firing at the Edo Castle in Japan. The day was also the day when Japanese Emperor Kammu allocated residence of Nara, Nara to Kyoto in 794.
■ Fonseca's deathday, August 23, was the day when "Oniwaban" group of ninjas was set up by the Tokugawa shogunate. The day has been an important day for Japan's conspiracy.
※ In the end, Fonseca symbolized the Hundred Days and the Incident at Honno-ji
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27 Emilio
December 4, 1905
(Japanese calendar) November 8
October 9, 1985
■ Medici's birthday was the day of the relocation of the Japanese capital both in the Gregorian calendar and the Japanese calendar.
28 Ernesto
August 3, 1907
September 12, 1996
■ Geisel's birthday was the day when the Code of Taiho was issued in Japan in 701.
29 Joao Figueiredo January 15, 1918
(Japanese calendar) December 3
December 24, 1999
■ Figueiredo's birthday was the 50th anniversary of the Meiji Restoration in Japan. His birthday was the day when Hanaoka Seishu performed the first successful surgical treatment of breast cancer in 1805.
■ Figueiredo's deathday was the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Workers' Party and the invasion of the Soviet troops into Afghanistan.
30 Tancredo Neves March 4, 1910
April 21, 1985
■ Neves's birthday was the day when a Japanese school, Shoheizaka gakumonjo, started in 1798.
■ Neves became severely ill, on March 14, 1985, on the eve of the inauguration. The day was the day of the Forty-seven Ronin incident in Japan. Neves died on April 21. But the day was again the day of the Forty-seven Ronin incident.
31 Jose Sarney April 24, 1930 ■ Sarney's birthday was the day when Gaikoku bugyo system began in Japan in 1867. Gaikoku bugyo were commissioners to handle the foreign policy in the samurai government.
32 Fernando Collor
de Mello
August 12, 1949
(Japanese calendar)
July 18
■ Collor was born on the birthday of Tokugawa Iemitsu, third shogun of the Tokugawa dynasty. Collor's birthday was the day when World War II began in the Japanese calendar.
33 Itamar Franco June 28, 1930
(Japanese calendar)
June 3
■ Franco's birthday was the day of the Soga brothers' vendetta, the Satcho Alliance and the Sarajevo incident. Franco's birthday was the day of the Siege of Osaka according to the Japanese calendar.
34 Fernando
June 18, 1931
(Japanese calendar)
May 3
■ Cardoso's birthday was the day of the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. Cardoso's birthday was the day of the surrender of the Tokugawa shogunate according to the Japanese calendar.
now Lula da Silva October 27, 1945
(Japanese calendar)
September 22
■ Lula's birthday was the day when Japanese Christians were expelled from Japan to Manila. But in fact most of those Christians were ninjas. Lula's birthday was the day when Oshu general commissioner was established in Japan in 1189.
■ Lula created the Workers' Party, but the process strongly indicates the implication of Japan and the Soviet Union. The party's flag is similar to the star symbol of the Imperial Japanese Army.

First Revolutionaries were Japanese

Gold was discovered in Minas Gerais at the end of the 17th century, triggering the gold rush. The Japanese samurai government, the Tokugawa shogunate, never missed the chance.

In 1789 when the French Revolution broke out, Tiradentes and his comrades plotted revolution. Unfortunately, their plan was discovered and Tiradentes was executed. However, the dates of his birthday and deathday indicate that he was Japanese.

Minas Conspiracy 1789
(August 16, 1746 - April 21, 1792)
(Japanese calendar)
(June 30, 1746 - March 1, 1792)
related events:
■ Okura kassen; the symbol of ascendancy of samurai in the Japanese history.
■ Forty-seven Ronin (very popular vendetta story in Japan)
■ Relocation of capital from Rio de Janeiro to Brasilia
■ General Kinokosami was defeated by the Emishi.
■ Edicts on Compassion for Living Things were abolished.

Immigration to Brazil was Landmark of Japan's Ethnic Cleansing

Every Japanese knows that the Japanese government is double-tongued. The problem is that nobody gets the decisive evidence. But the examination of date puns in the history reveals Japan's undeniable conspiracy. Japan's immigration policy has often been criticized as a "dumping-people policy" but the history reveals Japan's conspiracy.

The first Japanese emigrants on board the Kasato Maru left Kobe bound for Brazil.
(April 28, 1908)
(Japanese calendar)
(March 28, 1908)

Arrival in Brazil
(June 18, 1908)
related events:
■ Captured Shizuka Gozen, a mistress of Minamoto no Yoshitsune, danced a dance in front of Minamoto no Yoritomo. At that time, she was pregnant with Yoshitsune's child; Yoritomo declared that if it were a daughter she could live on peacefully, but if it were a son, he would have the child killed. On September 14, Shizuka Gozen gave birth to a son, Yoshitsune's child. Shizuka was later killed, however, by the order of Yoritomo. The baby was thrown into the sea.
Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Toyotomi Hideyori moved from Osaka Castle to Fushimi Castle. It was a step to the domination of Japan for Tokugawa Ieyasu.

Okinawans are Victims

More than half of the immigrants on board the Kasato Maru were Okinawans. They were encouraged and deceived by the Japanese government. Even now there are many descendants of Okinawans in Brazil. In Argentina, 70 percent of Japanese immigrants are Okinawans.

"Victory Faction" among Japanese Brazilians

Among Japanese Brazilians, the report on Japan's surrender to the Allied Powers on radio and Brazilian newspapers of August 15, 1945, was "interpreted" as Americans manipulating the fact of Japan's victory into Japan's defeat. An avalanche of "news" followed that "confirmed Japan's victory." By August 17, however, news from Brazilian newspapers and radios convinced some Japanese of their homeland's defeat. These Japanese made rational judgments of the information they received, but their judgment did not prevail over the emotional responses of other immigrants. Those who acknowledged Japan's defeat came to be called the makegumi (defeat faction) . Diametrically opposed to them were kachigumi (victory faction).

Today, some Japanese politicians, including former Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, began to use the phrase "victory faction" in Japan again.

Dilma Rousseff was Terrorist

Although Brazil is a developing nation, its political leader cannot be a terrorist. The Brazilian presidential election was held on October 3. As no candidate polled 50 percent of the votes a run-off will be held on October 31 between Dilma Rousseff and Jose Serra. But the media say that Rousseff is likely to win. Rousseff's second husband, Carlos Araujo, was head of a dissent group of the Brazilian Communist Party. He was actually a guerrilla. He met Fidel Castro and Che Guevara . Both of them are probably Japanese.

Dilma Rousseff
Brazilian presidential candidate
(December 14, 1947 - )
(Japanese calendar)
(November 3, 1947 - )
related events:
■ The revenge of the Forty-seven Ronin.
■ deathday of UN Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin. Probably Baldwin was Japanese.
■ birthday of Nostradamus, French astrologer.

Fidel Castro
former president of Cuba
(August 13, 1926 - )
(Japanese calendar)
(July 6, 1926 - )
related events:
■ Tenochtitlan falls to conquistador Hernan Cortes (Mexico City).
■ Kansei Edict is issued (the enforcement of the Neo-Confucianism of Zhu Xi as the official Confucian philosophy of Japan).
■ Matsudaira Motoyasu (the future third unifier of Japan, Tokugawa Ieyasu) changes his first name from Motoyasu to Ieyasu.

Che Guevara
Argentina-born Marxist Revolutionary
(June 14, 1928 - October 9, 1967)
(Japanese calendar)
(April 27, 1928 - September 6, 1967)
related events:
■ Yang Guifei is killed. Yang was beloved consort of Emperor Xuanzong of Tang during his later years, one of the Four Beauties of ancient China. Probably Yang was Japanese.
■ Napoleon leaves Egypt and lands at Frejus (French Campaign in Egypt and Syria).
■ Minamoto no Yoritomo is ordered to defeat the Taira clan by his uncle.
■ Kanatehon Chushingura is played in bunraku in Osaka for the first time (The revenge of the Forty-seven Ronin).

Workers' Party of Brazil was established on "Japan's National Foundation Day".

The process of the establishment of the Workers' Party of Brazil, in which Dilma Rousseff is included, seems to have been strongly influenced by the Soviet Communist Party and Japan.

Liberdade, the largest Japantown in the world.

Liberdade is the name of a district in the borough of Se, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is home to the largest Japanese community outside of Japan in the world, which has been growing since the 1950s. Asians like to form groups. But the problem is not such a character. Japanese immigrants are completely different from other non-Japanese.

In the Japanese society overseas, there are suppression of free speech and information manipulation as in Japan. The organizational power of Japan is overwhelming.

In every corner of Japan, there are Neighborhood associations (chonaikai), Prefectural associations, and so on. In foreign countries, there are Japanese associations, Prefectural associations, and so on, too. Just in Brazil, there are thousands of associations.

However, some important Japanese hide their national, genetic and spiritual origin. They are particularly the conspiracy squads of the Tokugawa clan. About one million Japanese Brazilians are said to live in Liberdade. Now that they hide their origin, we cannot say how many hidden Japanese actually live in Brazil. Maybe 100,000, maybe 10 million. In fact, Japanese are good at imitative deception, it cannot be denied that the number will be beyond imagination.

Japan's target is the 2016 Summer Olympics

Japan aspires to become the number one in the 2016 Summer Olympics, which will be held in Rio de Janeiro.

The previous examination about Japan's conspiracy has revealed that Japan is obsessed with puns, particularly date puns. Japan is obsessed with the Olympic Games, too.

And Japan engineered a conspiracy relating to the dates of the Olympic Games.

2016 Summer Olympics
(August 5, 2016 - August 21, 2016)
(Japanese calendar)
(July 3, 2016 - July 19, 2016)
related events:
■ birthday of Deodoro da Fonseca, the first president of Brazil. He was the key figure in Japan's conspiracy in the Brazilian history.
■ Minamoto no Yoritomo becomes Japan's first shogun, the de facto ruler of Japan.
■ Operation Enduring Freedom; The U.S. invasion of Afghanistan begins.
■ US President Barack Obama wins the Nobel Peace Prize. Japan secretely supports Obama. Alfred Nobel was Japanese.
■ Ono no Imoko is dispatched as envoy to the Sui court in China. He is a very important historical figure in Japan.

When Japan tries to destroy a country, Japan sends smart ninjas to become the political leaders of the country. But the first ninjas are usually good politicians. They soon become extremely popular. They can use a lot of money for their advancement. When their popularity reaches a climax, they name another Japanese ninja for their successor and retire.

One good example was German President Hindenburg's nomination of Hitler as Chancellor in 1933, which decisively led to the rise of Nazis.

Brazilian President Lula named Dilma as his successor early this year. But the biography of the Chief of Staff reminds me of a Japanese female terrorist, Fusako Shigenobu.

reference Japan Concocted Shooting Incident near US Military Base in 2007.
Obviously, Japan tried to insinuate a strong support for Dilma Rousseff
Japanese Empire within Brazil Religions of Japanese origin in BraziL
Two Men Named Kazuyoshi Miura with Different Kanji Characters Foro de Sao Paulo
The End of the Statue of Liberty The Union of South American Nations
The Olympic anthem is made in Japan.

to be continued Hypotheses are included.
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