Although I don’t deny a concept of “East Asian Community,” it is nonsense if it is a Japanese version of EU. It is apparent that regional currency will hold the key to creating future. If they aim at creating a unified currency, after all, Mr. Ozawa and Mr. Hatoyama turn to be puppets of bankers.
As it appears that Mr. Hatoyama used to be a member of Lodge P2 Freemaisonry, I am not surprised about his disorganized thinking. Mr. Hatoyama, do study PROUT (Progressive Utilization Theory) advocated by an Indian philosopher Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar.
Janauray 13, 2013
English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: “Untold Story behind Politics and Economics Not Covered by Media” – January 13, 2013 –
Beijing Government Invites Former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama in Respect for Former DPJ Leader Ichiro Ozawa, to Listen to His Opinion about Improvement of Japan-China Relations
* Former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama who advocates “diplomacy of fraternity” will visit Beijing City from January 15 to 18 to meet Chinese key figures. Reportedly, he has accepted an invitation of the Beijing government.
Mr. Hatoyama did not run in the December 16 election and is retired from politics. He, however, seems to be attached to politics. Mr. Hatoyma, though he wears no Diet member pin, is strongly eager to establish an “East Asian Community,” a Japanese version of EU. For this reason, he has fretted about to how to restore Japan-China and Japan-Korea relations which were deteriorated by former Prime Minster Yoshihiko Noda.
In particular, the Beijing government desires to improve a relationship with Japan before Xi Jinping, President-elect, and Li Kequang, Premier-elect, officially assume the posts on March 15.
However, the Japanese government led by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, which is far from showing a willingness to improve relations with China, has a sense of vigilance against China’s strong stance on the territorial rights over the Senkaku Islands.
So, it appears that the Beijing government desires to invite former Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama, who is an advocate of “diplomacy of fraternity” and an ally of Ichiro Ozawa, former DPJ leader, with an aim to listen to his opinion about bilateral relations in the future. Their true intention seems to personally invite Ichiro Ozawa, former DPJ leader, (Life Party) who enjoys intimate relations with Xi Jinping, President-elect, and Li Kequang, Premier-elect, and to renew old friendship. However, it seems that considering Ozawa’s position in Japan’s political world and relations with the U.S., they are going to tentatively have a talk with Hatoyama and exchange opinions with him about future bilateral relations. It is truly a loyal diplomacy.
*As for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, he has no fixed schedule for a summit meeting with U.S. President Obama. On top of this, he is “in a standoff” where he finds it difficult to have a summit meeting with Xi Jinping, President-elect, and Li Kequang, Premier-elect. Therefore, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe feels “displeased” with Hatoyama, who will visit China at the invitation of the Beijing government without fully discussing with the Abe administration. This is because the Abe administration is concerned that this might make the world feel dubious of the administration’s “skill of diplomacy with U.S. and China.”
Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga expressed an uncomfortable feeling at a press conference on 10th, saying “We have heard about it for the first time now. That’s all.”
Beijing has still felt genuinely indebted to former Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka as “a benefactor who dug a well for the first time” since he contributed to normalization of diplomatic relations between Japan and China. As the government still has such feelings toward Ichiro Ozawa who learned directly from Tanaka, they think that they should not improve bilateral relations without taking any thought of Ozawa. This is the reason why they purposely invite Hatoyama.