Japanese prime minister publicly discusses the M-Fund, a decisive link between Japanese conquest during World War II and its postwar politics; Italian prime minister Berlusconi linked to the Mafia; Christian fundamentalist organization The Family promoting fascism from the 1930’s on.
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.
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.
Recorded June 10, 2007 REALAUDIO MP3: Side 1 | Side 2 Introduction: Analyzing the ongoing influence of fascism in Germany’s Axis partners (Japan and Italy), the program illustrates that, as novelist William Faulkner said: “The past is never dead and buried. It isn’t even past.” Beginning with the acquittal of the accused murderers of former [...]
Listen: MP3 Side 1 | Side 2 REALAUDIO In Mein Kampf (his autobiography and political manifesto), Adolph Hitler spoke of the big lie: “Most people tell little lies. They would be ashamed to tell big ones. They would never credit others with such great impudence as the complete reversal of facts. Even explanations would long [...]
Sushi industry domination in the United States by True World Group—a Moon proprietary
Recorded October 9, 2005 REALAUDIO This broadcast details some of the fruits that have been borne by the collaboration between elements of U.S. intelligence and Nazi and fascist groups from World War II. Beginning with discussion of the Ukrainian fascist OUN/B and its affiliated organization the ABN (Anti-Bolshevik League of Nations), the program highlights the [...]
America’s Secret Recovery of Yamashita’s Gold, by Sterling & Peggy Seagrave
At the time of her death, Iris Chang was researching a book chronicling the experiences of survivors of the Bataan Death March.
Norbert Schlei, former assistant attorney general under JFK, attempted to redeem Japanese government bonds issued against the M-Fund, a slush fund from Japanese loot from WWII.