I think that things will go like this at least temporarily. However, they have tried too hard because they have been driven to the edge of the ring.
Soon, they will be destroyed even if we leave them alone. At present, this world is completely controlled by deities.
December 22, 2012
LDP Shigeru Ishiba & Shinzo Abe
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English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: Monju Bosatsu - December 17, 2012 –
I don’t know why, but I cannot help but be skeptical about the election returns. (I have a hunch that the dark ages are coming.): Shinshu no Izumi – December 16, 2012 –
Seventy or eighty percent of the people think they dislike operating nuclear power plants. In spite of this, why did the election returns make the LDP led by Abe win a landslide victory?
I wonder if many people who voted for LDP thought that it would help things change for better to entrust everything to the LDP without confronting the three pending problems which put Japan in danger, namely, the dangers of nuclear power, accelerated deflation and the downturn in economy due to consumption tax hike.
And the consumption take hike was decided by an agreement of the three parties – LDP, New Komeito and JDP. As the consumption tax hike is what originally the LDP asked for, the repugnance people have for JDP which tries to destroy their life should also be directed to the LDP in terms of nuclear power and consumption tax hike. Speaking of a coalition government of the LDP and New Komeito, a nightmare of structural reform strategy Koizumi and Takenaka adopted would be resurrected.
In a word, as explained by the Fujisankei Communications Group and others, did votes heavily go to LDP as pendulum effect or backlash against the DPJ-led politics? If so, it turns out that the people were almost never concerned about the above-mentioned “nuclear power,” “consumption tax hike” and “TPP.” However, this writer does not feel so intuitively. At least I feel that people around me had a sense of crisis about nuclear power and consumption tax hike. It is consistent with those massive demonstrations in front of the prime minister’s official residence.
I can hardly think that the people have neglected the above-mentioned three issues and their interest changed over revision of the Constitution and national defense force. This transition seems to be too queer. Suppose the number of votes is counted normally and the election returns are right as the mass media reported, it turns out that majority of the people were agitated by the mass media and followed blindly what the LDP had said without questioning. Does it mean brainwashing of the major mass media had a profound effect on the people? Or was large-scale ballot-counting manipulation involving the Board of Elections operated? This reminds me of the case of Al Gore and George Bush Jr. What happened in the U.S. happens in Japan, too.
Mr. Toru Hashimoto and Mr. Shintaro Ishihara are supported by the CSIS (Center for Strategic and International Studies) behind the scene. If they form a coalition government with the LDP, the Abe-LDP-led coalition government will be a puppet government of international financial mafia, which will pave the way for fascist regime soon. In view of major mass media’s abnormally biased coverage and strategy to manipulate people, using psychology, it is possible that they will use a dirty trick to secure victory in a House of Councilors election slated for next year.
What I am most deeply concerned about is a great possibility that the Abe-led coalition government will follow in the footsteps of Mr. Yoshihiko Noda and put in place a system for extensive suppression of free speech. Once such a huge network of political organizations led by the government is created, it is impossible to break down unipolar domination network in the House of Councilors, which is obedient to Washington. International financial mafia is sure to order Abe, the president of LDP, to enact the Japanese version of “Patriot Act.”