All the parts in red seem to be right.
It is quite natural to consider that Shintaro Ishihara, the landowner and the Taiwanese activist in this case are all CIA agents.
The activist looks like a Chinese agent to the untrained eye, but he isn’t.
Be that as it may, such cover-ups the U.S. has been globally engaged in have confused the world. I think it is difficult to find any big wars that have showed no association with cover-ups by the U.S.
English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: Net Guerilla July 9, 2012
It’s Like a Puzzle.
You see, Shintato Ishihara is a CIA agent. He is a typical American faithful dog and has tried to make a fuss about the Senkaku islands to estrange Japan from China. As he knows well that the territorial issue always heat up, he maneuvers to spoil the bilateral economic honeymoon.
Or perhaps the landowner is also dubious. All the issues on northern territories, Senkaku islands and Takeshima island are fakes made by the U.S. to drive a wedge between Japan and its neighboring countries. So we should not take the issues seriously.
I have thought like this. However, the self-claimed Taiwanese activist seems to be dubious. If so, is he really a Chinese agent? The story does not seem to be so simple, I feel. I’m perplexed.
It cannot be said that CIA agent is unlikely to pretend to be a Taiwanese activist with a Chinese flag. In any case, we have no right to say about others. Every country has a lot of agents.