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Conspiracy CalendarApril 29
Japanese Emperor Hirohito

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Gregorian January 10, 1901 ★The first great Texas oil gusher is discovered.
Islamic January 10, 1319 ★(birth) Hirohito, Emperor of Japan.
Japanese March 11, 1901 ★(birth) Hirohito, Emperor of Japan.
Gregorian April 29, 1901 ★(birth) Hirohito, Emperor of Japan.
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Conspiracy CalendarJuly 7

2005 London bombings

Gregorian June 5, 1905 German Crown Prince William marries.
Japanese Japan invades Sakhalin (Russo-Japanese War).
Gregorian July 7, 1905

Gregorian March 29, 2005 Northern Sumatra earthquake.
★Junya Hattori, a Japanese rapist, is sentenced to death.
Gregorian April 15, 2005 ★Doraemon anime series begins aring (Japan).
Gregorian May 29, 2005 The French people vote down the proposed EU constitution.
Gregorian June 1, 2005 The Dutch electorate rejects the EU Constitution.
★Paul Wolfowitz becomes the president of the World Bank.
★A skirmish between Japanese and South Korean patrol vessels.
Hebrew March 29, 5765 ★The IOC awards the 2012 Summer Olympics to London.

★The 31st G8 summit is held (Scotland, UK).

★The European Parliament rejects software patent.
Iranian April 15, 1384
Islamic May 29, 1426
Japanese June 1, 2005
Gregorian July 6, 2005
Ethiopian October 29, 1997
Gregorian July 7, 2005 London bombings.
East China Sea joint search and rescue exercise is held.
(the 100th anniversary of Japan's invasion of Sakhalin in the Russo-Japanese War)
Gregorian October 29, 2005 Three bombs explode in Delhi, India, killing 61 people.


Conspiracy CalendarDecember 8

John Lennon

Gregorian September 17, 1980 ★Solidarity trade union is established (Poland).
★Anastasio Somoza Debayle, former President of Nicaragua is killed.
Gregorian October 1, 1980 ★The Japanese National Railways changes schedule on a large scale.
Gregorian November 2, 1980 ★(death) Willie Sutton, profligate U.S. bank robber. ★The Hiroshima Toyo Carp wins two consecutive pennants and Japan Series.
Iranian Septembe 17, 1359

★John Lennon is murdered by Mark David Chapman,
(10:50 pm)

Hebrew October 1, 5741
Japanese November 2, 1980
Gregorian December 8, 1980
Islamic January 30, 1401
Japanese December 8, 1980 ★Nippon Television starts a TV drama "Downtown Story".
(theme song:Good-bye Lullaby)
(televised from 10:00 pm to 10:54 pm)
Gregorian January 13, 1981
Gregorian January 30, 1981 ★The final episode of "Hissatsu Shigotonin season 1" is televised.
(A wife is killed. The hit man group dissolves.)
(killing: about 10:50 pm)



Conspiracy CalendarJuly 27
Michael Jackson
Compuserve


Pop star Michael Jackson waves back to cheering fans during a press conference in Tokyo Monday, July 27, 1998 announcing his new company Michael Jackson Japan Co., Ltd. Jackson said his company, a joint venture with a Japanese partner Prosperity Enterprise Corporation, plans to develop three sprawling theme parks, with golf courses, hotels and other leisure facilities attached and a new chain of toy stores in Japan and in other countries.

Conspiracy CalendarOctober 19
Siebold’s Involvement in the Friendship
Treaty between Japan and Russia

RITSUMEIKAN UNIVERSITY


On 19 October 1852, the flagship of the expedition, the Frigate Pallada, left Kronstadt for Portsmouth in England. The Pallada and the screw schooner Vostock that Putiatin had acquired in Portsmouth, departed from there on 18 January 1853 and proceeded separately to Madeira, the Cape Verde Islands and to Simon’s Bay on the Cape of Good Hope. The ships met in Hong Kong and then went their separate ways to the Bonin Islands. Together with the corvette Olivutsa and the transport Knyaz Menchikov from the Russian-American Company, that awaited them at the Bonin Islands, they sailed to Japan, arriving on 21 August 1853. They entered the outer roadstead the following morning. The authorities of Nagasaki made no attempt to prohibit the Russian approach. The Governor of Nagasaki even allowed them to draw closer to the city.

Conspiracy CalendarFebruary 19
Earthquake in Ibaraki prefecture, Japan on February 19, 2012
DISCO Corporation February 20, 2012


On February 19, 2012 at 2:54PM, an earthquake, with a magnitude of 5.1, occurred in Ibaraki prefecture. Our business is not affected by this earthquake, and no delay or change of supply has been reported from our suppliers.
Head office, all of our domestic branch offices, sales offices and Hiroshima works are operating as usual.

Conspiracy CalendarJune 22
Solving Hansenʼs Disease Issues
Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare


The “Act on Repealing the Leprosy Prevention Act” was enforced in April 1996 and support for the former residents of Hansen’s disease sanatoria with the necessary recuperation and rehabilitation. Subsequently, patients and former patients sued the national government in Kumamoto and other cities. The Kumamoto District Court handed down a juridical judgement that the plaintiffs had won a favourable verdict in May 2001. The government decided not to lodge an intermediate appeal with the court, and instead announced a “Colloquy by the Prime Minister on the Early and Full-Scale Solution of Hansen’s Disease Problems” on May 25, 2001. Furthermore, the “Act on Payment of Compensation, etc. to Inmates of Hansen’s Disease Sanatoria, etc.” (hereinafter referred to as the Indemnity Law) was promulgated and enforced on June 22, 2001, under which compensation is being made to former residents of Hansen’s disease sanatoria.

On December 25, 2001, the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare and representatives of patients and former patients agreed upon the “Matters Confirmed at the Conference on Measures for Hansen’s Disease Problems”. Accordingly, the Ministry will take measures for the restoration of their honor and promotion of their welfare, in addition to traditional measures.

Conspiracy CalendarMarch 8
Major General Higuchi who saved the lives of 20,000 Jewish
Japan on the Globe


1. Twenty thousand Jews stranded in the snow

On March 8th, 1938, a critical news was brought to Major General Higuchi who was the Chief of Special Mission Department of Harbin. It happened that about twenty thousand Jewish refugees who had fled from Nazis oppression were stranded in snow in Otopohl of the Soviet Union. They came to Manchuria for help by Siberia railway’s cargo train, but were refused their entry by it. They couldn’t go ahead neither go back. Foods had run out and increasing number of them were dying of cold because of hunger and cold. They were pushed from Frankfurt to Poland where they were expelled to Soviet Union because Poland had held about millions of Jewish people.

The Soviet Union had them settle in Siberia, which even themselves abandoned to colonize because of its cold. As a result, the Jewish people who were mostly urban habitants could not make it and they arrived Otopol in an attempt to evacuate to Shanghai by way of Manchuria.

Conspiracy CalendarApril 20
Stamp Investment Tips: Japan 1934 Plane Over Lake Ashi Souvenir Sheet (Scott #C8)
StampSelector


On April 20, 1934, Japan celebrated Communications Commemoration Day, and issued a souvenir sheet (Scott #C8) at a philatelic exhibition in Tokyo. The four stamps in the sheet had the same design as the 1929-34 Airmail stamps (C3-7), which pictured a passenger plane of Lake Ashi. 20,000 sheets were issued.

Conspiracy CalendarApril 26
「"副総督"」を含む例文一覧 (translation samples)
Weblio辞書


結果、4月4日に勅使(先鋒総督橋本実梁・同副総督柳原前光)が江戸城に入り、慶喜は水戸にて謹慎すること、江戸城は尾張徳川家に預けること等とした条件を勅諚として伝え、4月11日(旧暦)(同5月3日)に江戸城は無血開城され、城は尾張藩、武器は肥後藩の監督下に置かれることになった。
As a result, on April 26, the Imperial envoy (the spearhead commander, Saneyana HASHIMOTO and the deputy spearhead commander, Sakimitsu YANAGIWARA) entered Edo Castle, and delivered the Imperial order that Yoshinobu be confined to Mito, and that Edo Castle be entrusted to the Owari-Tokugawa family; on May 3, the bloodless surrender was accepted, and the weapons and Edo Castle were each placed under the supervision of the Owari and Higo Domains.

Conspiracy CalendarMay 21
Japan's Parliament adopts legislation to introduce jury system, trial time limits
AP Worldstream 05-21-2004


Japan's Parliament approved legislation Friday to reform the nation's courts by introducing a jury system _ the first major change to the judicial system since World War II.

The new law will take effect by 2009 and changes a trial system that human rights groups have long criticized as unfair and too slow in reaching verdicts. It marks a political victory for Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, who has vowed to deliver on economic and political reforms since he took office in April 2001.

A majority of lawmakers in the 247-seat upper house endorsed the bill Friday. The influential lower …

Conspiracy CalendarMay 21
Jury is still out on Japan's new lay judge system
KYODO NEWS Sep 03, 2010


Despite the government’s frenzy of preparation and promotion of Japan’s new lay judge system introduced May 21, the jury is still out on the idea.

I’m Liza Hearon with Kyodo News in Tokyo, and in this podcast I’ll be discussing some of the concerns swirling around the system. Ordinary citizens will serve as judges in serious criminal cases for the first time since World War II.

According to reporting by Miya Tanaka, not everybody seems happy about the system. Some potential lay judges are uncomfortable with the idea of possibly handing down a death sentence. They are confused by legal jargon. A bipartisan group of lawmakers argue that punishments are excessive for lay judges who speak out of turn. Some even say it interferes with their constitutional right to thought and belief.

Still, the trials will begin soon. Six citizens, randomly selected from among eligible voters, will examine cases such as murder together with three professional judges. The majority decides the verdict, and they also decide on sentencing together. This is different from jury trials in countries such as the United States and Britain, where judges only determine the sentence.

The system, which is called ‘’saiban-in'’ in Japanese, was proposed in June 2001 in response to questionable forced confessions during closed-door police interrogations. The business world in the 1990s also called for the judiciary to settle deregulation disputes.

But contrary to popular belief, Japan has had a jury system in the past. The 1928 to 1943 system was scrapped due to the rise of militarism.

Kyoto University Law School professor Masakazu Doi says that just because the system was scrapped, it does not mean that citizen participation is not in the Japanese national character, as some critics have suggested.

Conspiracy CalendarMay 28
Jury Trials in Japan
LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY


The law was promulgated on May 28, 2004 upon its signing by the prime minister. Editorial, Reinstating a Jury System, JAPAN TIMES, May 29, 2004 (reporting details of the legislation). "On May 21, 2004, the Japanese Diet passed an act creating a lay assessor system. Passage was made possible following a compromise by the parties of the Coalition government on January 26, 2004.

Conspiracy CalendarNovember 17
Reaching Beyond the Iron Curtain
EUROPEAN UNION JEWISH STUDENTS


The struggle for participation in the World Youth Festival in Moscow was the beginning of a series of activities of efforts for Soviet Jewry. On November 17, 1985 Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev met in Geneva, and around 75 Jewish students, amongst them students from the UK and the Netherlands, demonstrated in solidarity with the Soviet Jewry.

Subsequently, in April 1986, the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) took place in Bern, Switzerland. EUJS used this occasion to organize—in cooperation with the Swiss Union of Jewish Students (SUJS)—a special Seder in honor of the Jews of the Soviet Union in the Bern Synagogue. This special Seder, held on the evening of Sunday 27 April, was a huge success and an important milestone. The student representatives from Sweden, Belgium and Switzerland were joined by several national delegates to the CSCE meeting. In addition to the activities staged in Bern, the EUJS encouraged its national member unions to lobby their respective foreign ministries throughout the CSCE meeting so as to raise the case of Soviet Jewry.

Conspiracy CalendarMarch 8
Omiwa 大神
Randy Johnson's Place


Nara Pref.

The only thing at Omiwa (o-MIwa) is the large shrine compound at the foot of Mt. Miwa, which is just a large forested hill. The shrine and its associated buildings are stately amid ancient cedar trees surrounded by farmland. What makes it interesting to me is its history, or rather the fact that it goes back much farther than history. This place is probably much older than the early imperial sites at Asuka, although the buildings themselves are rebuilt regularly.

History and Pre-history:

Miwa is first mentioned in the Nihongi (ancient chronicles of Japan), as the place where the Emperor Suijin went to worship one of the major ancient gods in 91 BC (by the timetable of the chronicles). By that time Omiwa was known as the head shrine in the Yamato district. Mt. Miwa was known by that time to be the dwelling site of the god O-mono-nushi-no-Kami, one of the original gods in the Shinto creation myths.

What impresses me about Omiwa is that it harkens back to times so much more ancient than this that we can barely comprehend them. The god was in the mountain, the mountain was sacred, the mountain was a shrine and the shrine was a god. The main Omiwa Shrine building has no inner sanctum as such. The innermost doorways of the sanctuary, behind which would normally be the Shinto 'holy of holies' -- the sacred object of veneration, kept locked away from sight -- are left open to reveal the mountain itself. The mountain is sacred; at least until recent times, no one ever set foot on it, much less cut any of its ancient cedar trees.

Today, the name of the village of Miwa is written with different characters than those used for Mt. Miwa and the Omiwa Shrine, which use the original single character, the character for god (which is never otherwise pronounced "miwa"). O-miwa is two characters meaning Great God. God, the mountain, the shrine, are all called by the same ancient name, Omiwa. This reminds me of Native American traditions. The natives near Mt. Rainier called the mountain Tahoma, which the settlers took for its name. But in fact, 'tahoma' meant both 'mountain' and 'god' in the local language.

Long, long ago, before there were emperors or perhaps even shrines, the people who lived here were the Omiwa Clan. They were successful and thrived, and they came to venerate their mountain, and to see it as holy. Who can say which name came first, the people, the mountain, the god? It was all Omiwa -- the Great Clan, the Great Mountain, the Great God. Eventually their little offerings and altars became a larger and larger shrine. Their shamans were as powerful as the clan and their worship of the divinity of their little corner of Nature was one of the early seeds of the Shinto religion.

In the imperial ages, when the creation myths had been formulated, the gods were given names, and Mt. Miwa became the home of O-mono-nushi-no-Kami. Perhaps the emperors brought this religious complexity to Omiwa, or perhaps the shamans of the Omiwa Clan were principals in the development of the original Shinto myths.

Conspiracy CalendarNovember 17
History of New Komeito (1960s)
New Komeito


November 27, 1961  Establishes Political Federation for Clean Government
April 2, 1962      Launches party organ newspaper, Komei Shimbun
November 17, 1964  Holds national convention launching Komeito Party
June 14, 1965     Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly dissolved after Komeito calls for recall
              election over corruption scandal
July 4, 1965      Komeito wins 11 seats in House of Councilors election
July 24, 1965     All 23 Komeito candidates win in Tokyo assembly election
January 29, 1967   Party wins 25 seats in House of Representatives election
May 1967        Komeito lawmakers take up cadium poisoning case in Diet
March 8, 1969     Submits child subsidy bill to Diet
December 28, 1969  Wins 47 seats in Lower House election; becomes third-largest party

Conspiracy CalendarNovember 17
The religious cult that infiltrated the government
[Komeito(Soka Gakkai)in Japan is of the terror group.]

Organized crime of Japanese Cult


* Importance *
Media of Japan have been polluted by Soka Gakkai.
The crime of Soka Gakkai is constructed so that it is not told by the people.
As for 90% of the people, it doesn't know Soka Gakkai even has received the cult specification in France.
However, Japan is a weak structure to overseas media.
In the action of Soka Gakkai, countries of the world must be the big problems.
It is hoped that media in each country report the danger of Soka Gakkai on a large scale.

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The government party (Komeito) in Japan is a terrorism group and a Soka Gakkai very thing.
Soka Gakkai has received the specification of the cult sect also in France and Chile.
The Korean race's strong influence is received, and all power is inclined to the man's named [daisaku Ikeda] Japan rule.
Soka Gakkai was taking part in the event of the Aum Supreme Truth religious cult.

This Soka Gakkai member's systematic stalker crime is advanced now in Japan.
It is another religion that was aimed in the past.
It began to attack the civilian now.
It is continued whether to submit oneself spending years how many whether to destroy the spirit.
It is the situation that the police cannot meddle with so that the most direct neighborhood troubles, and it is performed.
It that a member of Sokagakkai performing a crime lives in a neighborhood calmly is the Japanese fact.
Because I intend to perform Japanese rule seriously, Sokagakkai aims at local rule at a citizen's level.
Japanese much Medea is not informed of an organized crime of Sokagakkai to many citizens to take a payoff from Sokagakkai.

(A purpose ・Life destruction of an antagonist
・Antagonist exclusion in commerce
・make a victim mental disease
・do power of Sokagakkai strongly in a community
It will contribute to a dream of Japanese rule of Daisaku Ikeda that a member of Sokagakkai becomes dominant in a community
(The technique
・Extending over a long period of time, and systematic stalker
・Cutting to life and work by Soka Gakkai member
・Tapping and Nust(The malicious noise)
・The sink can ..low frequency sound.. continue from Soka Gakkai member's house by the sound equipment toward victim's house.
It continues carrying away a low frequency sound from a house of a member of Sokagakkai nearby
It talks to by using LRAD every day.
※Similar machinery is used for LRAD(Long Range Acoustic Device)&MRAD or it※
・Brainwash attack by low frequency sound
The brainwash technology researches the brainwash of the United States that was called MK ultra.
[Some Ryou events have the possibility of one by this damage caused by a stalker person's going mad. ]
Soka Gakkai that succeeded in infiltration even to the police and the government began to aim at the thought management to the civilian.
It is because the [daisaku Ikeda] is made a ruler in Japan, and Soka Gakkai is made a state religion.
Soka Gakkai has the past when the preparation and the training such as heavy firearms were done in South Africa etc. close.
Stealing a nuclear technology was systematically planned in France.
It is the United States and European nations that aimed after Soka Gakkai makes the Japan rule succeed.
And, the Soka society member doesn't think it to be a dream.
It is destroyed the life by a member of Sokagakkai, and a citizen disappears from society in this way with it not being noticed

It is my site.
Organized crime of Japannese Cult
http://antiterro.tripod.com/
It might be seen one regional damage.
However, the event of quite the same technique begins to happen frequently in various parts of Japan.
Soka Gakkai learnt due to the event of the Aum Supreme Truth religious cult.
When it is a shortcut to manage the civilian to rule the government.

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The Sokagakkai had a close relation in Aum Shinrikyo.

*In a case of Aum Shinrikyo, it was a member of Sokagakkai that borrowed a vehicle for a certain criminal.

*Fumihiro Joyuu said in an interview in then foreign press club
「At least 27 were members of former Sokagakkai as a result that information gathering ministry examined a background of a parrot defense organization.
Most of a member of former Sokagakkai of a parrot disappeared after a crime for some reason.」

*The politician who introduced Aum Shinrikyo to Kremlin was a member of Sokagakkai.

*The Sokagakkai surely took a surprise attack of Aum Shinrikyo.
However, there is not the substantial damage, and it is very likely that it was direction to gloss over relations.


The Aum Shinrikyo developed a method of deletion to memorize an MK ultra document for reference.
It is not difficult imagination that these technique is used by a member of Sokagakkai which sneaked into Aum Shinrikyo.
In fact, there is that organized stoker technique by Soka thrived after Aum Shinrikyo case.

The MK ultra that CIA went is still succeeded in Japan.
As a weapon of local power maintenance by a cult group.

Conspiracy CalendarMay 22
Parkes, Harry Smith (DNB00)
WIKISOURCE


Parkes arrived at Nagasaki on 24 June 1865, and landed at Yokohama on 18 July. He was immediately confronted with a grave difficulty—how to obtain the ratification by the mikado of the 1858 treaties. The political condition of Japan at this epoch was confused and divided. Of the daimios, or feudal chiefs, some supported the shogun (tycoon), who had long absorbed the executive functions of sovereignty, and who favoured the extension of foreign relations; while others, who in the end proved the more powerful, supported the mikado, whose secluded life and bounded ideas were understood to encourage a policy of diplomatic exclusion, if not the absolute expulsion of foreigners from Japan. Parkes at once grasped the situation. The Choshiu struggle, which first engaged his attention, revealed to him the waning influence of the shogun; and while negotiating terms for the opening of the ports of Hiogo and Osaka to foreign trade, he conceived the bold policy of going to Osaka with the other foreign representatives, and urging, through the shogun, the ratification of the treaties by the mikado himself. Parkes's energy and firmness, supported by the presence of the allied fleet, carried the day; the treaties were ratified by the mikado on 24 Nov., and thus before the new minister had been six months in Japan ‘he had won the most signal victory British diplomacy has ever gained in the Far East’ (Dickins, in Life of Parkes, ii. 44). The next three years were a period of anarchy and civil war in Japan. The great daimios were determined to get rid of the shogun, and the revolt of the western chiefs was followed by the coup d'état of 3 Jan. 1868, when the shogunate was formally abolished, and Satsuma and other western daimios obtained the direction of the authority of the mikado. Keiki, the last of the shoguns, did not submit without a struggle; but a defeat at Fushimi ended in his flight, and the new government was rapidly organised. The mikado was induced to emerge from his old seclusion, and even to receive the foreign ministers in personal audience on 23 March 1868. On this occasion, while proceeding to the court at Kioto, Parkes, who had already been attacked by a two-sworded Japanese in 1866, and had run considerable risk in suppressing a wild irruption of armed men of Bizen during the civil war, was furiously assaulted by several Japanese swordsmen, who wounded twelve of his escort before they were cut down. The minister himself, though hotly pursuing his assailants, was fortunately untouched. The Japanese government made every reparation in its power, and it was evident that the assault was prompted by mere fanatical hatred of foreigners in general, and had no particular reference to Englishmen or to the British envoy. Parkes's first audience of the mikado was postponed by this accident till 22 May, when he formally presented his credentials to the now fully recognised sovereign of Japan.

Conspiracy CalendarSeptember 1
The Tongue That Divided Life and Death.
The 1923 Tokyo Earthquake and the Massacre of Koreans.

The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus


Beginning with a police report from Tokyo’s Hongo Komagome station, received at 2:00 p.m., September 2, reports of Korean crimes began flooding into police stations all over the capital. The inventory of crimes included arson, gang rape, murder, armed robbery, kidnapping, and poisoning the public water supply, among others. The reports also described vigilante activities in neighborhoods where Korean crimes were reported, with citizens taking the initiative to punish Koreans, in some instances mob rule leading to death. Bodies began to appear in street corners and along riverbanks, bodies of which the causes of death differed from those killed by the earthquake and the subsequent fire. These were murdered bodies, many with hands tied behind the back and vivid marks of torture manifesting—these were not, however, Japanese bodies, but Korean bodies. By contrast, material evidence of the crimes allegedly committed by Korean criminals was, and remains, hard to locate.

The mass killing of Koreans was carried out not only by civilians but also by uniformed officers—both military and police. Right-wing leader, Uchida Ryohei, later vehemently protested police attempts to criminalize the citizens’ vigilantes as the sole perpetrators of Korean killings. He wrote: “the whole city witnessed police officers running around, shouting “when you see a Korean behaving violently, you may beat him to death on the spot.”” Hundreds of armed soldiers were dispatched to Tokyo under the slogan: “The enemy is in the imperial capital” and “the enemy means Koreans” (Kang and Keum 1963: xv).

Massacres ensued. In Honjo township of Saitama prefecture, Koreans who were in “protective custody” in the police station were murdered. The town was a center of silkworm cultivation and many factories employed Korean migrant workers. From the early evening of September 3, Koreans were relocated to the Honjo police station. On September 4, the first truck arrived, carrying Koreans—in handcuffs. Having been attacked on the way by mobs, many were injured and bloody. Trucks continued to arrive at the police station. News of the Koreans’ arrival attracted vigilantes to the station. The men, armed with swords, carpentry tools, and other homemade weapons such as bamboo spears, attacked the Koreans. An eyewitness described how the mob lined up children in front of parents and cut their throats; they then nailed parents to the wall by their wrists and ankles and tortured them to death. One Japanese man sawed off the arm of a living Korean man. Most, this witness reported, did not resist. All night long, the massacre continued. Were the police overpowered, or could they have stopped the mob by the use of arms or with the help of the army? The record has it that about one hundred Koreans were killed inside the Honjo police station that night (Kumagaya Shiritsu Toshokan 1994: 92-94, 101).

Subsequent trials of vigilante and other perpetrators of mob violence were farcical. To cite only two:

… the judge smiled and pointed out that the long sword that Yoshinosuke used was a little much. Yoshinosuke also smiled and answered: “[laughter] I could not find anything better… When I got to the Kumagaya temple, someone said ‘let’s do it,’ and then we all stabbed Koreans.” This statement contradicted his previous statement. The judge reproached him saying: “But you said earlier that you yourself were determined to behead Koreans [as opposed to stabbing them].” “Yes, I did, but I could not get the head off,” [answered Yoshinosuke]. As for the large rock [that he used to kill Koreans], he made a large circle [with a gesture of the hand]. The courtroom was filled with chuckles and giggles. (Tokyo Nichinichi Oct. 22, 1923, quoted in Kumagaya Shiritsu Toshokan 1994: 110-111)

…the judge could not hide his surprise at the attitude of XX Kotaro [last name censored] who started to tell the story of unspeakable brutality, “I used a little knife like this…” … XX Yukinojo was asked about Kotaro’s iron bar that the latter stated that he wiped it at the ice shop, and said that the bar was not slippery, but slipping. This statement made the judge break into laughter… (Tokyo Nichinichi Oct. 23, 1923, quoted in Kumagaya Shiritsu Toshokan 1994: 112)

It was only on September 5 that all vigilante activities were formally placed under the control of the police department (Kang and Keum 1963: 49). The standard vocabulary the authorities used when referring in their documents to their handling of Koreans was senjin no hogokensoku or the protection and apprehension of Koreans (senjin being a derogatory term for Koreans). There is an interesting combination: “protection” and “apprehension.” Protective custody, hogokensoku, is a syllogism deployed to facilitate the lawless law under martial law or the state of exception (see below). While the number can never be specified precisely, many sources agree that the number approximately six thousand of the 20,000 Koreans residing in the Kanto area were killed. The information was further obscured, as the authorities banned any newspaper report on Korean killings until October 21, 1923.

Conspiracy CalendarSeptember 1
Family History of the Great Kanto Earthquake
Jeff Maher's Home Page


There was foreboding in Japan on September 1, 1923. September 2 would be the Two-Hundred-Tenth-day, counting from the day in early February when spring is held to begin. Awaited each year with apprehension, it comes during the typhoon season and the harvest. The conjunction of the two, harvest and typhoon, can mean disaster. The disaster of that year came instead on September 1. The morning was warm, heavy, as most days of late summer are, with the shrilling of locusts. The mugginess was somewhat relieved by brisk winds, which shifted from east to south at about nine. A low pressure zone covered the the southern part of the Kanto Plain, on the fringes where the city lies. The winds became stronger as the morning drew on. Rain fell, stopping at eleven. The skies cleared. The city was awaiting the 'don' , the 'bang' of the cannon which since 1871 had been fired at noon every day in the palace plaza. At one minute and fifteen and four-tenths seconds before noon, the great earthquake struck. The initial shocks were so violent that seismographs at the Central Wheather Bureau went out of commission. The surviving seismograph at Tokyo Imperial University made the only detailed record of the long series of quakes, more than seventeen hundred over the next three days. The epicenter was in Sagami Bay, southeast of the city.

Conspiracy CalendarOctober 22
Transformative Power of Railroads
THE SOUND of the WHISTLE


By demanding precision, railroads also furthered the use of clocks and watches among the general public to the point where, in 1898, a writer could report the following complaint by the elderly owner of a station-front restaurant: "If it weren't for that damn train, I wouldn't need this clock! At the outset of the Meiji period, however, hardly any Japanese possessed timepieces, nor was there anything comparable to the town clock of the West. About the only indication people got of the exact time was the ringing of temple bells at six in the morning and six in the evening, while those within earshot of the inner citadel of the old Edo castle also had the benefit of the noon gun report after October 1871. For the train-riding public, to be notified of the time every six hours at an optimum was hopelessly inadequate.………

Conspiracy CalendarAugust 1
Japanese mass violence and its victims in the Fifteen Years War (1931-45)
Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence


1 August 1936

The Tôgô Unit is officially incorporated into the Kwantung Army under the direction of Ishii and called the “Water Epidemic Prevention Unit of the Kwantung Army” (関東軍防疫給水部 kantô gun bôeki kyûsui bu). The order is sanctioned by the Emperor himself. BC weapons, their production and medical experiments are thus endorsed by the Kwantung Army Staff as well as the Imperial Army Staff in Tokyo, and continue to be carried out on a larger scale with an ever-increasing budget.

Unit 731: One of the Most Terrifying Secrets of the 20th Century

After the Mancurian Incident (the official Japanese occupation of Manchuria) occurred in September of 1931, Japan proclaimed a "sovereign state" Manchukuo which was ruled by the puppet emperor ( and last emperor of China) Pu-Yi. Manchuria was the perfect place to set up a unit which would research the effects of biological and chemical warfare and how to use them effectively as a weapon against Japan's enemies. Far from the main island of Japan, Manchuria was the perfect secret location. The project of Unit 731 was first set up in the city of Harbin, but was destroyed after a group of prisoners blew up the laboratory forcing Ishii to find another suitable location. Unit 731's title for the public was " Epidemic Prevention and Water Supply Unit of the Kwantung Army" seeming harmless and rather proactive. On August 1, 1936 Ishii was given formal command of the Unit. After the Marco Polo Bridge Incident in 1937 Japan's war in China escalated. The laboratory in Pingfan was set in three square kilometers of land and the facilities were hidden by a high wall, and protected by many high voltage wires. The land had around one hundred and fifty buildings, including housing for those captured, and incinerator, an animal house, and air field. From an aerial view blocks 7 and 8 were hidden from the naked eye, these buildings however were the hotspots for bacteria production and research. A young recruit describes his first impression of Pingfan-

Conspiracy CalendarOctober 10
Heading South Through Vietnam
My life and travels


I was going to Hanoi to visit Nancy, a friend from UCLA, who has family in the city, and to celebrate the 1000thanniversary of its founding. Hanoi was founded on October 10, 1010. Its not very often that you get to go to a 1000th birthday party. The party was to last from October 1 to the 10. We were leaving Hanoi immediately so we could go to Sapa and make it back for the important last three days.

Conspiracy CalendarJune 5
Prussian-Mecklenburg-Schwerin celebrations to last for four days!
Royal Musings May 20, 1905


The celebrations in connection with the wedding of Crown Prince Wilhelm of Prussia and Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, will last four four days, beginning on June 4, reports the Associated Press. On that day, the bride and her family will arrive from Schwerin and and move into Schloss Bellevue in Berlin. The Duchess will be received at the Brandenburg Gate by the Chief Burgomeister and the "city fathers and by 100 young women of well-known families." The young women were "drawn by lot from several hundred candidates," and will present flowers to "their future Empress."

The chapel at the palace where the wedding will take place holds about three hundred people. But there will be a service at the cathedral on Monday and a dinner, which will be attended by the Prussian and Mecklenburg-Schwerin families. Fifty or sixty Princes will also be attending, and "each of whom must be treated ceremoniously." The Imperial Court Marshal's office is "perplexed over questions of princely precedence."

The wedding gifts will be presented on Monday morning, June 5, "when deputations with congratulations will be received. On that day, there will also be a breakfast and a state dinner, which will be followed by a gala performance at the opera in the evening.

The civil ceremony will take place on the morning of June 6, and will be performed by House Minister von Wedel. Pastor Dryander will be the officiant at the religious wedding, which will take place in the court chapel.

Conspiracy CalendarFebruary 28
North Korean Offices in Japan Raided Over Exports
JakartaGlobe February 28, 2012


Japanese police on Tuesday raided offices related to a pro-Pyongyang organization in Japan in connection with an investigation into the illegal shipment of computers to North Korea.

Backed by some 100 riot police, 10 police officers entered the Tokyo offices of an organization connected to the Pyongyang-affiliated General Association of Korean Residents in Japan, Chongryon.

The raid came after prosecutors last week indicted Lee Soon-Gi, 49, for illegally exporting 100 second-hand personal computers to North Korea through China in 2009, officials and local media said.

Japan does not allow exports of luxury goods, including computers, to North Korea as part of a range of sanctions against the regime over North Korea’s abductions of Japanese nationals.

Local media said police suspect the affiliate organization may be involved in the shipments.

However, Chongryon lashed out at the raid, saying: “It was unjustified, illegal investigation. We will strongly protest.”

Koreans make up Japan’s second biggest ethnic minority behind Chinese. Many are descendants of migrants and forced workers who came to Japan during the 1910 to 1945 occupation of the peninsula.

North Korea, which has no diplomatic ties with Japan, has admitted to kidnapping Japanese nationals in the 1970s and 80s to train its spies, and allowed some of them to return, but Tokyo believes it is hiding others.

Conspiracy CalendarApril 10
Japan Legal Support Center Launched
Japan Federation of Bar Associations


On April 10, 2006, the Japan Legal Support Center has been launched and Ms. Teruko Kanehira, a former Vice Governor of Tokyo, has assumed office as the Chair of the Board of Governors. As Ms. Kanehira intends to gain full cooperation of bar associations in operating the Center, she has appointed 2 out of 4 governors from members of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations (JFBA): Mr. Kazuhiro Terai, a former JFBA Secretary General and a former Chairperson of the JFBA Committee on Criminal Justice and Mr. Ikuo Gunji, a former JFBA Vice President, who will also serve as the Chief of the Tokyo District Office. In addition, Mr. Shigekazu Iwai, a former JFBA Vice President, has been appointed as the Chief of the Project Planning Headquarters which develops mid-and long-term strategies of the Center, and Mr. Gotaro Ichiki, a former JFBA Deputy Secretary General, has been appointed as the Secretary General.

Main areas of the Center's services are:

1. serving as access points to provide information;
2. providing civil legal aid;
3. reserving attorneys who would serve as court-appointed attorneys for defendants and suspects;
4. taking measures to resolve regional shortage of attorneys; and
5. supporting crime victims.

In order to start providing legal services this October, the Center is setting up district offices at the locations of all district courts throughout Japan, and as required, some more branches and offices in areas which are suffering from the shortage of attorneys.

The Center places emphasis on serving as access points, which receives and answers public inquires as one of its important services. District offices in Tottori and Ibaraki already have started to provide services on a trial basis, and through their practices, the Center is now identifying problems to be solved, including preparing answers to frequently asked questions and training for staff.

Conspiracy CalendarMay 7
Relative held over Yamagata double murder
Yomiuri Shimbun/Daily Yomiuri May 08, 2006


A 24-year-old man was arrested Sunday on suspicion of killing a man and his son, and seriously injuring the man's wife, in Iidemachi, Yamagata Prefecture.

According to the police, Nobuyoshi Ito, 60, who ran a camera store, and his elder son, Satoru, 27, a company employee, died shortly after being taken to hospital. They had been stabbed with what is thought to have been a knife more than 10 times and had stab wounds in their chests and other parts of their bodies. The alleged killer is a distant relative of the victims.

Ito's wife, Hideko, 54, suffered serious injuries to the head and lower part of her body in the attack and was also taken to hospital. Hideko, a nurse, called the police after her family was attacked in their house by an intruder at 3:55 a.m. the same day, a police spokesman said.

The Yamagata prefectural police established an investigative team at the Nagai Police Station to hunt down the victims' neighbor, Hironobu Ito, who had reportedly escaped in a car that was found with its wheels off on a forest road three kilometers southwest of the murder scene. At about 10 a.m., a man with a bloodied right hand was discovered under the eaves of a forest shrine about 500 meters west of the car.

Hironobu was arrested Sunday evening on suspicion of killing Nobuyoshi and Satoru and injuring Hideko after he admitted having committed the crime, according to sources. Hironobu has allegedly said he harbored a grudge against the Itos, and so the police believe he might have had a troubled relationship with them.

According to the police, Hironobu stormed into the Itos' unlocked house--without taking off his shoes--and attacked Nobuyoshi and Hideko, who were asleep in their bedroom. Satoru, on hearing the commotion, was killed after he descended from the second floor to investigate, police said.

Conspiracy CalendarMay 22
The New-York Times
Thew Walt Whitman Archive


Whitman had a long and complicated relationship with the Times, which was founded in 1851 by Henry Jarvis Raymond, George Jones, and Edward B. Wesley as a daily penny paper. The Times quickly gained a large circulation and earned a reputation as an outstanding newspaper. Whitman thought highly of the paper, calling it in an article for the Brooklyn Daily Times in 1857 "the leading journal." On May 19, 1860, however, the Times published a negative review of the 1860 edition of Leaves of Grass, castigating Whitman for his style and substance. But a month later, Whitman's first publication in the Times appeared; his poem "The Errand-Bearers" was published on June 27, 1860. The poem commemorates the first Japanese diplomatic mission to the United States, an event which the Times covered extensively. In January 1860, more than 60 Japanese officials traveled to the U.S. on an American ship, the Powhatan, to meet with President James Buchanan and ratify the U.S.–Japan Treaty of Amity and Commerce. The treaty was signed on May 22, 1860, and a huge parade was held on June 16, 1857 in New York City to celebrate the ratification and welcome the delegation. Whitman attended the parade, wrote "The Errand-Bearers," and sent it to the Times. During the Civil War, the Times published several of Whitman's articles on the war and his experiences in Washington, and he later revised these for inclusion in Memoranda During the War (1875–1876), Specimen Days & Collect (1882–83), and The Wound-Dresser (1898). Whitman's last appearance in the Times during his lifetime was the self-promotional "Walt Whitman Ill," subtitled "Too much spring air has given the poet the grip." The account of the poet's brief illness and recovery was actually written by Whitman himself and published anonymously April 6, 1890.

Wikipedia (Japanese) Japanese Embassy to the United States (1860)

Conspiracy CalendarFebruary 10
1860: Japanese Embassy to America Visits Hawaii
'Castaway Becomes Ship’s Captain' Wednesday, August 24, 2011


On February 10, 1860, Japan’s first modern man-of-war, the Kanrin Maru, left the port of Uraga, Japan, for San Francisco.

The ship was commanded by John Manjiro Nakahama, who had been marooned as a young man on a desert island in 1841.

After he was rescued by men aboard a New England whaling ship, Manjiro was taken to Hawaii, then to New Bedford, Massachusetts.

There he studied English, received instructions in vocational education and the art of navigation.

In Ocober, 1849, Nakahama left for Japan by way of Hawaii and the Ryukyus. When he returned home after 12 years absence, his mother welcomed him with tears. She had given him up for dead and had built a tomb in his memory.

It was this same Manjiro who, a year after his return, was to serve as interpreter during negotiations between the United States and Japan that led to the opening of Japan to the outside world.

It was exactly a hundred years ago this year that Nakahama returned to Honolulu as Captain Manjiro of the Kanrin Maru.

Reports indicate Nakahama probably was the first Japanese to acquire a knowledge of the English language.

Conspiracy CalendarJuly 29
Treaty of Amity and Commerce (United States–Japan)

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Conspiracy CalendarMay 23
Reagan To Ask Gorbachev Support For Ban On Arms Sales To Iran, Iraq
AP News Archive May. 23, 1988


Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev, currying favor with Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, is likely to balk if President Reagan asks him to back a U.N. Security Council resolution barring arms sales to Iran and Iraq, U.S. officials say.

The Persian Gulf war is expected to be on the agenda when Reagan and Gorbachev meet May 29-June 2 in Moscow.

The Soviets went along with a U.S.-sponsored Security Council resolution in July 1987 urging Iran and Iraq to end the war, which began in September 1980. The Soviets and the Chinese, however, have refused to support a followup resolution to stop the flow of arms to the belligerents.

''The chances of passing that resolution peaked about February or early March,'' said a State Department official, who spoke on condition he not be identified.

Because Khomeini wants to continue the war, and Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein wants to end it, the second resolution ''would amount to a de facto embargo on Iran,'' the official said.

Also, Gorbachev does not want to offend Khomeini, particularly as Soviet troops leave Afghanistan and the United States and Iran remain at loggerheads in the Persian Gulf, the experts say.

The Soviets and the Chinese are key because they are permanent members of the Security Council and could veto any resolution.

The Chinese, who supply Iran with close to half of its weapons, eased their opposition in February, increasing pressure on the Soviets, who are the major arms supplier to Iraq.

Conspiracy CalendarApril 1
In Honor Of The Titanic
Cheryl


The Titanic’s sea trials were scheduled to start on an inauspicious date, April 1, 1912, the same day Captain Smith took over from one Herbert Haddock. They were later considered inadequate. In fact, she was tested on April 2, manned by a basic English crew of 80, and watched by an enthusiastic audience of several hundred, the Titanic was finally taken from her dock by tugs and pulled onto Belfast Lough. It was 6am and for the rest of the morning, the Titanic completed manoeuvres in the lough, doing twists, turns and full circles. Bringing the ship to a complete halt took three minutes, or half a mile. In the afternoon, she sailed 40 miles into the Irish Sea before returning. The Titanic never achieved her maximum speed, 24 knots, and later Fifth Officer Lowe told the US inquiry, that “she was not really put to it”.

Conspiracy CalendarOctober 29
Japan justice minister claims al Qaeda connection
The Star Online October 29, 2007


Japan's justice minister said on Monday that a friend of a friend was a member of al Qaeda and had entered the country on various fake passports -- justifying a new system for fingerprinting foreigners on entry to the country.

Kunio Hatoyama said the man had been involved in a bomb attack on Bali and that he personally had received a warning to stay away from the island for safety reasons.

It was not clear which bombing he was referring to. An attack in 2002 killed 202 people, most of them foreign tourists, while another series of bombings in 2005 killed 20 people. "My friend's friend is a member of al Qaeda," Hatoyama told a news conference on Monday. "I have never met him, but I heard that two or three years ago he came to Japan several times," he added.

Hatoyama said the man had entered the country on various passports, an example that he said showed the need for a new system for fingerprinting foreigners at immigration set to start on Nov. 20.

"Each time he used different passports and was able to disguise himself with different beards so that he could not be recognised among all the foreigners," Hatoyama said of the al Qaeda member.

Conspiracy CalendarJuly 14
Russia suspends arms control pact
BBC News July 14, 2007


Russian President Vladimir Putin has suspended the application of a key Cold War arms control treaty. Mr Putin signed a decree citing "exceptional circumstances" affecting security as the reason for the move.

Russia has been angered by US plans to base parts of a missile defence system in Poland and the Czech Republic.

The US said it was "disappointed" by Russia's decision but would "continue to have discussions with them in the coming months" on how to proceed.

The 1990 Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty (CFE) limits the number of heavy weapons deployed between the Atlantic Ocean and the Urals mountains.

The Russian suspension will become effective 150 days after other parties to the treaty have been notified, President Putin's decree says.

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