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The tag 'Japan' is associated with 91 posts.

Consortium of European neo-Fascists Visits Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo

Com­ment: An inter­na­tional fas­cist organization–primarily Euro­pean in character–has vis­ited the con­tro­ver­sial Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo. Com­mem­o­rat­ing Japan­ese war dead and count­ing war crim­i­nals among those com­mem­o­rated there, the shrine is con­tro­ver­sial, and Japan­ese lead­ers vis­its to it have stirred hos­til­ity in coun­tries vic­tim­ized by the Japan­ese in World War II. Vis­ited by Jean-Marie Le Pen and [...]


The Moonies and Michael Jackson

Com­ment: In FTR #695, we exam­ined the array of sin­is­ter forces grouped around Jack­son at the time of his demise. To these, we can now add the Moonies–the Uni­fi­ca­tion Church of Sun Myung Moon, ana­lyzed in AFA #7 and FTR #291 as exten­sions of the Japan­ese Patri­otic and Ultra-Nationalist soci­eties. [Those soci­eties paved the way [...]


Japanese politicians plundered bottomless state fund

Senior Japan­ese politi­cians used a secret bot­tom­less state fund to bribe oppo­nents and help fund their elec­tion cam­paigns, it has been dis­closed. by Julian Ryall Telegraph.co.uk For­mer offi­cials have come for­ward to describe a huge safe in the chief cab­i­net secretary’s office stacked with tens of mil­lions of yen that they were able to hand [...]


FTR #689 Interview with Sterling and Peggy Seagrave

William Faulkner noted that “the past is never dead and buried. It isn’t even past.” War Gold stolen by the Japan­ese dom­i­nates the con­tem­po­rary eco­nomic land­scape; the engines of world polit­i­cal power turn in pre­ci­sion with these hid­den engines of wealth.


FTR #688 Darkness in the Vaults

Global finan­cial sys­tem pred­i­cated on tril­lions of dol­lars in wealth stolen by the Axis in WWII; “vic­to­ri­ous” allies shared in the spoils; the rule of law is totally dis­carded in order to pre­serve the sta­tus quo and the secrecy that sur­rounds it.


Defense Minister Ishiba Considers Japan’s Options in UFO Attack

by Stu­art Biggs Bloomberg Japan’s Defense Min­is­ter Shigeru Ishiba is con­sid­er­ing how his Self-Defense Forces could respond to an attack by space aliens while adher­ing to lim­its on mil­i­tary action under the country’s war-renouncing Con­sti­tu­tion. Ishiba is the sec­ond Cab­i­net mem­ber to pro­fess his belief in uniden­ti­fied fly­ing objects after Chief Cab­i­net Sec­re­tary Nobu­taka Machimura [...]


FTR #616 Going Native, Part 3: Homeland Insecurity

Recorded Octo­ber 28, 2007 MP3: Side 1 | Side 2 REALAUDIO Con­tin­u­ing analy­sis from FTR#550, this pro­gram looks at the use of native, “unrep­re­sented” peo­ples by polit­i­cal ele­ments that don’t appear to be gen­uinely con­cerned with the wel­fare of those pop­u­la­tion groups. Specif­i­cally, we look at a strange brew of Tibetan Bud­dhists, Mon­go­lian Bud­dhists, Islamists [...]


Oil Price Rise Causes Global Shift in Wealth

Iran, Rus­sia and Venezuela Feel the Ben­e­fits By Steven Muf­sonWASHINGTON POST High oil prices are fuel­ing one of the biggest trans­fers of wealth in his­tory. Oil con­sumers are pay­ing $4 bil­lion to $5 bil­lion more for crude oil every day than they did just five years ago, pump­ing more than $2 tril­lion into the coffers [...]


FTR #615 Going Native, Part 2 German Foreign Policy and Its Implications

Recorded Octo­ber 21, 2007 MP3: Side 1 | Side 2 REALAUDIO Con­tin­u­ing analy­sis from FTR#550, this pro­gram looks at the use of native, “unrep­re­sented” peo­ples by polit­i­cal ele­ments that don’t appear to be gen­uinely con­cerned with the wel­fare of those pop­u­la­tion groups. Specif­i­cally, we look at a strange brew of Tibetan Bud­dhists, Mon­go­lian Bud­dhists, Islamists [...]


Science museum bans DNA genius at centre of race row

Daily Mail Nobel Prize win­ner Dr James Wat­son was this week banned today from speak­ing at London’s Sci­ence Museum after report­edly say­ing black peo­ple were less intel­li­gent than whites. In an extra­or­di­nary out­burst, the vet­eran aca­d­e­mic, 79, claimed he was “inher­ently gloomy about the prospect of Africa” because “all our social poli­cies are based on [...]