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« on: November 30, 2011, 09:19:11 PM »




http://www.henrymakow.com/japan_1.html

Teaching in a Japanese school, Howard Francis is amazed at how cohesive they are as a people. He speculates that Fukushima was designed by the NWO to break them down.

by Howard Francis
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I am currently teaching ESL at a Japanese school located in China.

The experience has taught me that the Japanese have a very strong and independent culture. This is presumably due to their isolationist history.

When I first arrived, I was shocked by how civilized the Japanese are in comparison to the Chinese. As I walk through the school, every child and member of staff smiles at me, bows their head and says "Hello, Mr. David."

The classes are easy to teach. The children have a positive attitude and want to excel. Children who cause trouble are ostracized by the other kids!

In one of the rare moments when a class gets out of control, rather than shouting, my Japanese co-teacher says in a measured tone, 'your behavior is not polite and you are insulting this school and your family.' All the children hang their head in shame.

The students have various chores they need to fulfill. They have to clean the school during break and lunch times, including the toilets. There is no vacuum cleaner; the children clean the carpets with an adhesive tape!

This might sound strict but the children carry out their chores with gusto. They enjoy being in an environment they respect. (In contrast, the rich Chinese children I have taught are uncivilized. Called "little emperors"  by the indulgent grandparents that raise them, they are rude, unpredictable and constantly demand attention.)

There is a big push on for being healthy and energetic. Various posters tell the students how to eat well. After one of my classes, I was amazed to see all the children and staff go downstairs, get on their trainers and hit the track! They are training for a marathon.

The gender relations between the teenagers are healthy. In my teenage classes, the boys and girls are very modest and shy. When I assign a 'free talk' task, they segregate fast.


NEGATIVES


A big negative of working with the Japanese is that they ostracize you for being an outsider. Despite teaching 11 classes a week, I am frequently told that I am a 'guest'. I have to work in a different office than the Japanese staff and I am not allowed to use any school equipment including computers.

I have had various fallings-out because I broke one of their 10 million invisible rules. In one incident, I was chastised for borrowing a mug from the school nurse. It turns out that her mugs can only be used by students receiving medical treatment. Although she gave me the mug, I was judged to have somehow intimidated her. I was asked by management to bring my own mug to school.

In Japanese schools you cannot wear your normal shoes inside the building. When I first arrived they put me in a pair of rock hard sandals and after half an hour of teaching I couldn't feel my feet. I leant on the desk to get some relief, but was told this is a grievous insult in Japan. It means you feel superior and are looking down on the students in disdain.

When I explained that I could barely walk, my monitor kept repeating, while nodding and smiling in an unhinged way, 'we must respect the Japanese custom.'They really struggle to understand a non-Japanese perspective.

Japanese culture is about conformity to a thick web of manners, and this makes it inherently exclusive and conservative.

They are very unified, functional and self-sufficient. This is illustrated by Japan's very low immigration rates.


OBSTACLE TO THE NEW WORLD ORDER?


The Japanese people will not willingly join the heterogeneous and atomized world citizenry planned by the New World Order.

This has led me to wonder if the Fukushima nuclear crisis was an Illuminati attack designed to wipe these people out? Or at least fatally demoralize them?

In his book 'The Fugu Plan', Rabbi Marvin Tokayer reveals declassified documents that show the WW2 Japanese elite were not privy to the Illuminati agenda. They probably still are.

The Japanese Emperor has been known to have meetings with David Rockefeller but, symbolically, he is currently in hospital and rumored to be suffering from radiation poisoning after visiting Fukushima.

I view Fukushima as a slow kill attack on the Japanese people, working on two main fronts. Firstly, the radiation will cripple Japan. It is reported that the radiation leaking out in Fukushima is 33x worse than Chernobyl!

This will make the country increasingly inhospitable, grievously damage the economy and drain the willpower of the people. Mongolia has just banned the import new Japanese cars due to radiation fears.

Secondly, the cost of repairing the country will bankrupt the Japanese government. A professor at the University of Tokyo has estimated that it will cost $10 trillion to clean up the mess, a price that would bankrupt Japan many times over.

The disaster will weaken Japan over the coming decades,  forcing it to become subordinate to a EU-style Asia-Pacific bloc.

Watching television footage of the smoking Fukushima power plant, are we witnessing ethnic cleansing on an unprecedented scale?

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Alan Spickard Adds:

I agree. The nuclear "accident" in Japan seems to be genocidal in design posing to weaken the DNA structure of its people to premature pathogens and degenerative diseases resulting in shorter life spans in creating a radical population reduction there. This genocidal action may have been in the works for sometime, even as far back as the Second World War, as the "fire-bombing" in Japan on civilian targets was unconscionable.

To wit, General Bonner Fellers, an adviser to  Gen. MacArthur, wrote that the U.S. bombing of Japan was among "the most ruthless and barbaric killings of non-combatants in all history" (The Real War by Benjamin Schwarz, p. 102).

Japan's Emperor was not quite the narcissist thought to be despite the unnecessary request for "unconditional surrender" by the U.S. Government, as he surrendered sooner than what the U.S. may have anticipated...

Were it not for the Emperor's amazing courage, millions more Japanese would have been killed (World War II, by Richard Marbury, p.272) as.... another 48 atomic bombs were scheduled for production--- seven per month--- by the head of the Manhattan Project, General Leslie R. Groves... and Groves had been ordered by the U.S. Government to drop them all on Japan! (Day One by Peter Wyden, p.15-17).

What is interesting is that this Fukushima event in Japan was predicted by the Illuminati Card Game by Steven Jackson. This game was introduced in the early 1980's to underline its prescience. Many informed folks believe that HAARP,
or "high altitude auroral research project" capabilities, can easily create customized earthquakes nearly anywhere in the world, which precipitated this disaster.

I would not be surprised that Japan may the first nation to meet the protocols of the Georgia Guidestones in which 90% of its population will be eliminated in the future thanks to HAARP related technology (As an aside, the United States is also scheduled for a 90% reduction... which may precede the Japanese prototype... as its means of doing so in the U.S. is a different model).

Indeed, in 1966, Professor Gordon MacDonald published a book, Unless Peace Comes, in which he wrote about "military environmental control techniques," or HAARP. Unbelievably, MacDonald went on to describe "earthquake engineering and ocean wave control."

This was 45 years ago. So this parallel technology has been around for some time
completely unknown to the public for the most part... as much of the very advanced parallel technology is!

You can read more about MacDonald and HAARP from my website:
http://www.spickardssigns.com/february2010brief.htm   and here:
http://www.spickardssigns.com/april2010brief.htm

It is a good idea to have a strong faith in God as a refuge in these days as
the Apostle Paul described this Era as "dangerous." They are proving to be just that.

 

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« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2011, 09:23:54 PM »

  I read a posting by Bishop Williamson where he mentioned people were questioning whether Fukishima was caused by HAARP




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« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2011, 03:39:02 PM »
  I read a posting by Bishop Williamson where he mentioned people were questioning whether Fukishima was caused by HAARP



Check this
"At any given moment there is an orthodoxy, a body of ideas which it is assumed all right-thinking people will accept without question. It is not exactly forbidden to state this or that or the other, but it is "not done".
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« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2011, 06:43:50 PM »
http://www.agoracosmopolitan.com/news/intrnational/2011/11/23/1883.html

When you know the operational means (see above link), and the fact that this has pushed Japan to greater dependency on imported LNG, you know who did it.
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« Reply #4 on: December 01, 2011, 07:42:11 PM »
From your link:

''Stuxnet was designed specifically to target Siemens SCADA controllers and is most effective at tampering with fluid control systems. The centrifuges it attacked in Iran were ideal. So are the fluid control systems at a nuclear facility. Oil refineries are equally at risk, Stuxnet is most dangerous when affecting a system which needs to control the flow of any liquid, be it hydraulic, for cooling, or combining chemicals. Stuxnet is documented to have been produced by the Israeli Defense Forces, for the purpose of destroying any industrial system that can be destroyed by improper fluid flow.''
"At any given moment there is an orthodoxy, a body of ideas which it is assumed all right-thinking people will accept without question. It is not exactly forbidden to state this or that or the other, but it is "not done".
...Anyone who challenges the prevailing orthodoxy finds himself silenced with.

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« Reply #5 on: December 01, 2011, 08:29:21 PM »
From your link:

''Stuxnet was designed specifically to target Siemens SCADA controllers and is most effective at tampering with fluid control systems. The centrifuges it attacked in Iran were ideal. So are the fluid control systems at a nuclear facility. Oil refineries are equally at risk, Stuxnet is most dangerous when affecting a system which needs to control the flow of any liquid, be it hydraulic, for cooling, or combining chemicals. Stuxnet is documented to have been produced by the Israeli Defense Forces, for the purpose of destroying any industrial system that can be destroyed by improper fluid flow.''

Mossad and CIA are one.  Jews got congress to fund development of stuxnet.  Jew contractors certainly also profited.  Japan knows this, but they've been scared silent.  Japan is currently the world's major fulcrum of power. 
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« Reply #6 on: December 01, 2011, 09:46:00 PM »
Mossad and CIA are one.  Jews got congress to fund development of stuxnet.  Jew contractors certainly also profited.  Japan knows this, but they've been scared silent.  Japan is currently the world's major fulcrum of power.

Yes in regard to M & CIA and yes, Rothschild & Co will fund everything where they can see an advantage for them.
"At any given moment there is an orthodoxy, a body of ideas which it is assumed all right-thinking people will accept without question. It is not exactly forbidden to state this or that or the other, but it is "not done".
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« Reply #7 on: December 02, 2011, 01:42:14 AM »
noone tallied it up to just natural disaster? japan is known for tsnumai..its a japanese word...they have myths and legends regarding it.

if they really had the power to create devastating earthquakes at a whim; why not just eliminate the white race right now.

the japanese play along with the agenda: they pretend to be struck by an atomic weapon when hiroshima and nagasaki were merely carpet bombed; the ignorant peasant survivors, mostly living in bamboo+paper shacks, were easily convinced it was nuclear warfare; just as the ignorant peasants today still believe; and yet again, they pretend to be struck by nuclear meltdown.

Quote
Chilean Ambassador: Nukes Don't Exist


The Ambassador and representative to IAEA of Chile, confessed in his book*;

1994, (West) Germany, I'm sitting in a room in the house of a German Scientist. His wife and few friends are present too.
It's hard for me to believe the revelations I just heard. This people are atomic scientists, their research takes place in the most advanced center of the country, maybe the most specialized that exists in the world.
They just told me "The atomic bomb does not exist".
[...]
"And the French explosions in Bikini atoll?" I asked. "Underwater explosions".
[...]
I insist on arguing.
"I've been Ambassador of my country to the International Atomic Energy Agency, based on Vienna and I had acquired 'enriched uranium' for the experimental Chilean reactor."
"And you, have seen that uranium?"
"Truly...No. Tell me, all your colleagues think like you in the experimental research center? Do all believe the atomic bomb does not exist?"
"Only fifty per cent. Half of them"


* "Manu, por el hombre que vendrá, 1991, Serrano, Miguel". Selected passages loosely translated from Spanish by me, pages 31-33.

** The author of the book was famous not only for his German/Nazi sympathies and his mystical style of writing, but his ability to meet people like Dalai Lama, Indian President Indira Gandhi, famous writers and let's not forget his diplomatic missions in Europe, so the meetings he relate in this case, to German Scientists, have a high chance of being real, and he doesn't give importance to it, page and a half, not looking for praise. Not willing to derail the topic I say I believe he may use it as an excuse to support his own theories., but the meeting could have taken place,

*** The pdf version available in some places is different, smaller and does not include this chapter, I have a physical copy, 1991/2007 copy.

http://nukelies.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=331
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« Reply #8 on: December 02, 2011, 07:10:19 AM »
There are some 'rumours on the internet' that Fukoshima was actually a site where nuclear weapons were being assembled...The Japanese have had this capability for many years, but have refrained from any public discussion.

I don't understand your genocide angle...Do you mean that the plants was struck by foreign forces attempting a mass murder of Japanese?

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« Reply #9 on: December 02, 2011, 03:27:17 PM »
There are some 'rumours on the internet' that Fukoshima was actually a site where nuclear weapons were being assembled...The Japanese have had this capability for many years, but have refrained from any public discussion.

I don't understand your genocide angle...Do you mean that the plants was struck by foreign forces attempting a mass murder of Japanese?

Fukoshima was a regular nuclear energy plant.  Jews sabotaged it with the stuxnet virus for the purpose of a short term oil commodity market  play.  The biggest crime related to this however has been the jew-collusion via the bogus news reporting. 
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« Reply #10 on: December 02, 2011, 03:56:39 PM »
Fukoshima was a regular nuclear energy plant.  Jews sabotaged it with the stuxnet virus for the purpose of a short term oil commodity market  play.  The biggest crime related to this however has been the jew-collusion via the bogus news reporting.

I'm pretty sure the stuxnet virus thing was bogus.  It served as propaganda, Iran's nuclear campaign was stopped cold by it, supposedly.

Do you really think some computer virus (Windoze style) took down Fukushima?  I think it's pretty clear earthquake and water damage took it down.

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« Reply #11 on: December 02, 2011, 07:33:59 PM »
I'm pretty sure the stuxnet virus thing was bogus.  It served as propaganda, Iran's nuclear campaign was stopped cold by it, supposedly.

Do you really think some computer virus (Windoze style) took down Fukushima?  I think it's pretty clear earthquake and water damage took it down.

Read my link above.  The official version is impossible.
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« Reply #12 on: December 03, 2011, 01:47:47 AM »
The students have various chores they need to fulfill. They have to clean the school during break and lunch times, including the toilets. There is no vacuum cleaner; the children clean the carpets with an adhesive tape!

I remember a 60 Minutes segment showing Japanese schoolchildren, on hands & knees, wiping down school hallways.  In 6th grade my school was participating in some Earth Day-type bs, classes had to pick an environmental project.  Kids suggested going outside to pick up trash (since it was nice spring weather) but my no-nonsense black teacher said we were going to clean up the inside environment by dusting & mopping the auditorium.  We grumbled but had to admit it made sense.

Anyway, I suppose HAARP or other sabotage could be true, but Jap nuke plants were basically bad outmoded designs with an apparent lack of infrastructure for storing waste.  Americans are fed propaganda about Japan being a hi-tech wonderland with robots & bullet trains--but we're not told so much about their sub-standard housing (crowded, often no central heat), transport difficulties etc.  A friend knew a Japanese college student who described his student housing in Japan--there was no bathroom, he had to go outside to a gas station bathroom.  On the web I read about a Japanese college (in Tokyo IIRC)--the bicycle rack was reserved for faculty!

Japan was undoubtedly pressured into buying crappy US-designed reactors & dissuaded from their own research.  I wouldn't discount sabotage because the oligarch PTB hate nuclear as well as all scientific progress that could support populations & eradicate poverty & lessen dependence on fossil fuel monopolies.  3 Mile Island & Chernobyl were probably sabotage so why not Fukushima?  OTOH with Japan's natural disasters, there were probably problems waiting to happen.  Either way it's the same culprits at work.

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« Reply #13 on: December 03, 2011, 06:21:42 AM »
Americans are fed propaganda about Japan being a hi-tech wonderland with robots & bullet trains--but we're not told so much about their sub-standard housing (crowded, often no central heat), transport difficulties etc.  A friend knew a Japanese college student who described his student housing in Japan--there was no bathroom, he had to go outside to a gas station bathroom.  On the web I read about a Japanese college (in Tokyo IIRC)--the bicycle rack was reserved for faculty!

Japanese culture remains in a slow transition from a traditional feudal non-mechanized past to something else.  But they haven't given up on some of the basic tenets of the former, like living compactly, extended family structure, mass conformity, efficiency, extreme politeness, elder/authoritative respect.   Another big cultural reformation seems to be looming, but held at bay.  You can see a lot of overworked folks heading home from the office on the trains in the wee hours, exhausted and sober. Clearly out of balance as I see it.   
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« Reply #14 on: December 03, 2011, 10:23:38 PM »
Japanese culture remains in a slow transition from a traditional feudal non-mechanized past to something else.  But they haven't given up on some of the basic tenets of the former, like living compactly, extended family structure, mass conformity, efficiency, extreme politeness, elder/authoritative respect.   Another big cultural reformation seems to be looming, but held at bay.  You can see a lot of overworked folks heading home from the office on the trains in the wee hours, exhausted and sober. Clearly out of balance as I see it.

Interesting comments.  The way I see it, their cultural values helped them prosper despite US dollar hegemony but were hindered in making domestic improvements by the need to run an export-oriented economy to earn (increasingly worthless) dollars.  Their US-imposed neolib economy foundered in the 90's & showed the system's weakness.  Lifetime employment began to be replaced by temp work, housing prices skyrocketed, unemployment & homelessness started.  Well at least in Japan they let the homeless stay in tidy little tent cities downtown, unlike USA where they're brutalized by thugs & chased by cops.

Well it's ironic that MSM fussed at Japs in the 90's for propping up their bad banks (we actually referred to their "depression") yet FED etc are doing the exact same thing except our MSM isn't honest enough to call it a depression.

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« Reply #15 on: December 04, 2011, 05:52:22 AM »
Interesting comments.  The way I see it, their cultural values helped them prosper despite US dollar hegemony but were hindered in making domestic improvements by the need to run an export-oriented economy to earn (increasingly worthless) dollars.  Their US-imposed neolib economy foundered in the 90's & showed the system's weakness.  Lifetime employment began to be replaced by temp work, housing prices skyrocketed, unemployment & homelessness started.  Well at least in Japan they let the homeless stay in tidy little tent cities downtown, unlike USA where they're brutalized by thugs & chased by cops.

Well it's ironic that MSM fussed at Japs in the 90's for propping up their bad banks (we actually referred to their "depression") yet FED etc are doing the exact same thing except our MSM isn't honest enough to call it a depression.

Under Koizumi western banks and insurance companies got access to the Japanese domestic markets.  This was an opening on par with what Perry did.  The orchestrated (stuxnet) nuclear disaster ensures Japan remains reliant on fossil fuels, although they could easily become another Iceland, fueled by geothermal.  Big western goal now is the destruction of the Japanese domestic food industry, but this will be a tough one.  The japanese are smart to increase their resistance to the west.  They need to turn more to China and Russia, but it's a delicate dance.  A generational torch passing is sorely needed.
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« Reply #16 on: December 05, 2011, 08:34:34 PM »
Under Koizumi western banks and insurance companies got access to the Japanese domestic markets.  This was an opening on par with what Perry did.  The orchestrated (stuxnet) nuclear disaster ensures Japan remains reliant on fossil fuels, although they could easily become another Iceland, fueled by geothermal.  Big western goal now is the destruction of the Japanese domestic food industry, but this will be a tough one.  The japanese are smart to increase their resistance to the west.  They need to turn more to China and Russia, but it's a delicate dance.  A generational torch passing is sorely needed.

Yes, I remember old (joo) Reason mag articles claiming Japs were stupid to rely on domestic rice (it just hurt consumers was their line).  The "Trans-Pacific Partnership" now threatens their rice farming.  Last week I was shopping for rice at the big Chinese grocery & surprised that little if any was from China, most was from Thailand.  Turns out that China had restricted rice export amidst the recent food price explosion.  & now Thailand is suffering from floods hurting their crops.

LaRouche has frequently commented that Russia & China (& India to some extent) are the only major nations that have resisted the globalist nonsense.  Japan & Korea can cooperate with Russia & China to build massive new infrastructure, trade links etc rather than depend on the mug's game of export for dollars.  Ideally USA would cooperate & build a Bering Strait maglev train tunnel & rail links with Canada & lower 48.

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« Reply #17 on: December 23, 2011, 09:01:05 PM »
Tsunami debris has no solutions

Dec. 22/12 ~ source

Since that 12-meter-high tsunami hit Japan in March, following the 9.0-magnitude earthquake, a sea of debris has been making its way east across the Pacific Ocean.

Right now, the great bulk of it is east of Hawaii, but oceanographers who track currents predict it will hit B.C.’s coast in late 2013 or early 2014.

The size of debris field depends on who’s describing it. Californian oceanographers say it’s as big as the state of California. Washington authorities estimate it is three times the size of Washington.

Others say it’s twice the size of Texas.

A spokesman on CBC radio said it’s the size of Ontario. And anyone who has ever driven across Ontario is right to feel astounded by the comparison.

No doubt the debris expands as it moves on, but the prevailing winds and currents are bringing most of it to B.C. and Alaska.

Less than two weeks ago, a beach-cleaning crew in Neah Bay, which is the northwest tip of Washington’s Olympic peninsula, found what some speculate may be the first of the tsunami debris last week.

Not likely, say most. But it’s a disturbing sign of things to come, as entire houses, cars and refrigerators migrate east.

So what can be done?

Can it be cleaned up? If so, how? Once found, can it be hauled out and taken somewhere for disposal? Should it be blown up so that whatever can sink will sink?

Should salvageable materials be returned to Japan where families might want to claim something? After all, this isn’t garbage — it’s pieces of lives. Every piece of flotsam represents broken hearts and crushed spirits.

The best thing is that it becomes part of the sea floor, soon to be covered by marine life.

But whether it sinks or not, plastic will remain a problem.

The ramifications of toxic materials breaking down in the sun, brine and wave action over a two-year period are cause for concern.

It isn’t just litter. As it deteriorates, it becomes part of the ocean, absorbed and consumed by marine life, getting into the bloodstream, hearts and brains of the most majestic marine mammals. To be sure, it’s speculative, but the only optimistic outlook is that the vast area of ocean and the near-unfathomable depth will enable the ocean to absorb it with no lasting harm.

Perhaps some of the environmentalist groups can come up with something constructive. We have two years to figure it out, or several generations to deal with it.

Readers comment: Why is no-one talking or thinking about the radio-active aspect of this debris? Yes, it was washed into the ocean with the tsunami, BUT in the days and weeks after millions and millions of gallons of radioactive sea water were dispersed into the ocean. Citizens in Japan that are suffering from radio active poisoning are being refused medical care at some hospitals.....ya think the debris will be safe? Anyone want some Tuna??? How bout Pacific salmon? Shrimp from Asia anyone???
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