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Foreign Policy Analysis

Benjamin Fulford The educated brainwashed & American power diplomacy Eng sub


I had thought
“There’s something wrong with the Western civilization”
Waging war, destructing environment
“I’m to lead meaningless life” I came to Japan
I thought I may be able to find some answer I went to (Jochi) Sophia University, the university of Jesuit
I didn’t belong to the Society of Jesus though It is the remainder of Roman Empire I am a descendant of Celt in Canada
Running away from Romans, we got to Canada And after all, I was brainwashed in the University In the study, they teach you various things
The higher your academic background is,
the more you are conformed With continuous input of the same data,
before someone knows,
you have the same way of thinking It’s cleverly well-made When I realized, I was the one of the brainwashed
I originally thought
“the earth is in wrong way, I have to do something”
But I lost the mind at some point Japanese baby boomers
They raised such heated riots & they tried so hard
But before you know it, they have become
corporate employees in blue suits
and they commute in overcrowded trains The hippie generation is the same
Before you know it, they’ve become yuppies
They just consume,,,
They seem to be fattened (in a cage)
They all are the brainwashed generations In the economic growth era of Japan
In “All middle class era”
Why was Japan in prosperous time like that? It was because of bureaucratic superstructure
which is now harshly blamed To become a bureaucrat, you have to pass the exam
And anybody can take the exam Anybody who hangs tough, he or she will get promoted
It’s the system the person can get to the top of the Pyramid Of course, there are negative points to be blamed
However, realistically, it’s a good system Then, the disparity in Japan was the smallest
among advanced countries
The gap of the wages between presidents of companies
& their employees with no title was the smallest It really was a good society And there was economic planning
As a nation, as nationals, they had future vision
“Get ahead of West”
They had ambition. They had purpose “Let’s make it!”
They had strong intentions But why did they change themselves to such
melancholic & directionless?
I finally figured out through about 25 years research I started my career as a journalist at around Plaza Accord
It’s about when many of you were born Plaza Accord was the milestone that
US started to order Japan
“Do as we say about economy” There was imposition of artificial “strong yen”
by Plaza Accord, Financial Big Bang & others
I wondered why Japan obeyed their orders
while Germany vehemently opposed to them In 1985, US foreign policy changed
Before that, being in cold war, US was afraid of communism
So, if Japan went along with US in UN votes,
they didn’t intervene Japan about domestic issues Around the time when Papa Bush, George Bush senior
was CIA Director & vice president, US foreign diplomacy
against Japan fundamentally changed
It was in 1985 I inform you
The local Yakuza here, Inagawa-kai
In its Head Quarter, the picture of Papa Bush is displayed
How come? I want you to think why JAL 123 was shot down by missile
(Japan Air Line 123: crashed into mountain in 1985)
500 people were killed by America They changed their negotiating posture
from
“Please buy more orange”
“Please buy more beef” to
“Give us money! or we get you”
Vicious intimidation diplomacy It never be out in public
Behind closed doors, by the force, by the intimidation
they deprive money from Japan Before the change,
US was so afraid of Japan’s trade surplus with US
The trade surplus then was less than 1/10 of
what we have now Why did they stop themselves from being scared?
They decided Not to return the money Japanese people work so hard
Working extra hours, they make cars & ship them to US Then, Japan gets papers
US: “We’ll return the money someday”
But they are Never going to return This is the US diplomacy against Japan now I couldn’t find it for a long time
When I wrote about Japan, I couldn’t help
but see through the eyes of a “Foreigner” What I witnessed here in Japan were
misappropriation, corruption, scandals

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