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avigatorMar. 03, 2015 - 09:45AM JST
The US forced itself to become involved in WWII so it would have an excuse to test a nuclear bomb, then become Japan's military and economic master. Pear Harbor could have been avoided but the blimp on the radar was ignored so the "day of infamy" was forced on America. The actual day of infamy was when Woodrow Wilson signed into law the creation of the Federal Reserve Bank, thus creating permanent slavery for all races.
Posted in: Abe likely to visit U.S. April 26 to May 2
avigatorMar. 03, 2015 - 09:37AM JST
Do not even invite me to eat at a restaurant where fugu is served.
Posted in: 5 men sickened after eating poisonous puffer fish
avigatorMar. 03, 2015 - 09:09AM JST
An opportunity for Japan to get it over with. Yet, an arrogant country
is also as stubborn like a mule.
Posted in: Japan shrugs off S Korean calls for 'sex slave' apology
avigatorMar. 03, 2015 - 09:02AM JST
Eating Fugu is like having sex with a aids contaminated person using a condom. You never know when things will go wrong.
avigatorFeb. 28, 2015 - 10:27PM JST
@Paulinusa et al, I used to be a fervent believer in everything that was published in the news, always siding with the pro West. For one thing I served in the armed forces all my life and still serve in the US government. Even during 9/11 I came back to serve in the armed forces. But something was not right. When I saw the "planes" hitting the twin towers, the flight path and speed looked abnormal, to the point it reminded me of Mighty Mouse, who would come from nowhere similar to how the "planes" came. So, I researched in alternative sources from the Internet like U-Tube and from non-main stream media. Even before I learned about the powers behind the US government, I had a hunch that all the wars in the 1800s were somehow related to the wars in the 1900s. My suspicion became true about learning about the Federal Reserve Bank and its predecessors. The ones that we believe are running our government all far from the truth. Here is a short article that summarizes who killed our presidents and why. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4n0J19yFMY
But if you have time, watch a much longer version at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dq9yjt_JbWs
The media controls us through passionate events and we tend to believe everything is fed to us right away. It is like a cheating spouse that keeps cheating behind our backs and when we are warned by outside parties and even when we have the gut feeling and almost prove of its infidelity, we still let it go for our blind love.
We must learned how we get manipulated and be able to see things more objectively. Believe me, I was just like the average news reader. And woke up out of it. I am sure that is the same case with Burning Bush. Opening your eyes does not make you less patriotic, but a better citizen. I am nobody with any credibility to make you change your beliefs. But I can mention names like Maj Gen Smedley D Butler, Maj Gen Stubblebine, Gen Boykin, etc. And as you check their testimonies, you should also be able to find more links to the whole scheme. It is not just as simple as saying the banking system is responsible. It is like a spider web. I wish you the best in your own research. But please do not just dismiss it without spending some time with an objective check of your own.
Posted in: Prominent Russian opposition figure Boris Nemtsov shot dead
avigatorFeb. 28, 2015 - 11:43AM JST
Same thing happens in America but not because you criticize the government but because you criticize the owners of the government, i.e., central bankers, CFR, etc.
avigatorFeb. 28, 2015 - 11:38AM JST
RIP great actor. I enjoyed your movies and your talent.
Posted in: Leonard Nimoy, famous as Mr Spock on 'Star Trek,' dies at 83
avigatorFeb. 28, 2015 - 11:37AM JST
Too much babying is a problem in Japan.
Posted in: Son kills mother and bites own tongue after calling police
avigatorFeb. 28, 2015 - 11:27AM JST
Prince William is a cool dude. I saw the Japanese prince sometime around Nov or Dec of 1982 when I was at Lackland AFB. I think he was attending the Defense Language Institute. He had an entourage of secret service agents even inside the base.
Posted in: Prince William strikes a friendly contrast to crown prince
avigatorFeb. 27, 2015 - 10:16AM JST
Bring Japanese drinks to America now. I like ocha and mugicha. But none of those sweet drinks.
Posted in: Japanese food and beverage makers need more stomachs abroad. Asia must be their primary focus because of the region’s large and young population and a culture where Japanese brands are welcomed.
avigatorFeb. 27, 2015 - 10:14AM JST
I am surprised that they have not posted a bounty on his head yet.
Cannot wait until they capture him and bring him to Hotel Guantanamo for breakfast in bed. Justice will be served swiftly. Just wait until we get our hands on you murderer.
Posted in: IS executioner 'Jihadi John' named by media
avigatorFeb. 27, 2015 - 07:33AM JST
Part me, would you like some tea?
Posted in: Prince William starts first Japan visit with green tea
avigatorFeb. 27, 2015 - 07:31AM JST
I let China slide on the Diaoyu Dai or Senkakus because they are right. But when it comes to public toilets and the commodes, I will not let Japan be put down. Japan is the king of toilets. Something I miss. There are few or no public toilets in America, from What I have noticed.
Posted in: China media mock Japan's luxury lavatories
avigatorFeb. 25, 2015 - 08:20AM JST
Japanese politicians are like underwear, they must be changed often.
Posted in: Agriculture minister resigns amid political funds questions
avigatorFeb. 25, 2015 - 08:17AM JST
Do not cry over spilled water. Dishonorably earned money gets disposed dishonorably.
Posted in: Pachinko parlor robber gets away with Y2.1 mil
avigatorFeb. 21, 2015 - 12:00PM JST
From behind everything looks good. Wait until she turns around.
Posted in: Pep rally for graduates
avigatorFeb. 21, 2015 - 11:56AM JST
Eurozone is just like another Federal Reserve Bank, it sucks nothing but blood.
Posted in: Greece and eurozone creditors reach deal on loan
avigatorFeb. 21, 2015 - 11:54AM JST
@Burning Bush, you hit the nail right on the head.
Posted in: Why is U.S. pushing for free trade pacts?
avigatorFeb. 20, 2015 - 08:03AM JST
Sacred lava, sacred waterfall. Humm. People are really naive.
Posted in: Hawaii takes campaign against waterfall trespassers online
avigatorFeb. 20, 2015 - 07:59AM JST
Great job Kurds. On the other hand, destruction of a country leads to nothing else to borrowing money from the money masters. If a country is self-sufficient and does not rely on outside forces, those who lend money are pretty much out of business. Only by creating chaos the money changers can find opportunity to fleece people of their property and of their souls. The money masters accomplish in coordination with opposite factions. In fact, they create antagonism and differing ideologies in order to facilitate the right conditions for their purposes.
Posted in: Syrian Kurds, rebels advance into IS bastion
Mar. 06, 2015 - 05:55PM JST
He murdered a kid, but we're worried about what people will think of him?
Posted in: Magazine publishes name, photo of Kawasaki murder suspect
Mar. 06, 2015 - 05:52PM JST
When I visited the Arizona memorial, two Japanese ojisans were laughing there. Not cool.
Posted in: 10 things you probably didn’t know about Pearl Harbor
Mar. 06, 2015 - 05:50PM JST
So why doesn't Japan Today have the balls to name them?
Mar. 06, 2015 - 05:47PM JST
We're they photografted and hoof prints taken?
Posted in: Transport ministry to investigate how deer got on runway at New Chitose Airport
Mar. 06, 2015 - 05:46PM JST
Normal train to my home is much cheaper than the Friendly Airport Limousine, and basically any…
Posted in: Narita Airport shuttle buses – Cheaper than the train, but which bus is best?