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Jul 23, 2013

JFK’s Daughter to Become U.S. Ambassador to Japan – Obama’s Intention –


I think Obma has the same intention as Mr. Amaki explains in the second article.  However, he cannot predict the fact that Ms. Caroline Kennedy belongs to the Nathaniel Rockefeller camp.  So she will not listen to Obama.

Masatoshi Takeshita
July 14, 2013


(1)English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: The Voice of Russia – July 13, 2013 –
(2)English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: BLOG OF AMAKI NAOTO – July 14, 2013 –


(1)  JFK’s Daughter to Become U.S. Ambassador to Japan – Obama’s Intention –

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On 13th Kyodo News Service reported based on the information of diplomatic sources that Ms. Caroline Kennedy, the daughter of 35th U.S. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, would become the first female U.S. ambassador to Japan in history.

According to Kyoto News Service, her assumption to office has been informally decided and an official announcement will be made soon.  On the other hand, NHK reports that approval of U.S. Congress is necessary before she is officially appointed as the post.

Mr. John Roos assumes the post of U.S. ambassador to Japan now.  Mr. Roos is the former CEO of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, a law firm situated in Silicon Valley, U.S.A.
Ms. Caroline Kennedy is a long-time supporter of Obama.  At present she serves as heads of multiple non-profit organizations.

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(2)  Hidden Mission of Ms. Kennedy, New U.S. Ambassador to Japan – Issue of Comfort Women To Be Sealed

Yesterday on July 13, the Asahi Shimbun got a scoop on unofficial decision of Caroline as U.S. ambassador to Japan.
I have recognized the great significance of this personnel arrangement.

It is the following point Tokyo Foundation senior researcher Tsuneo Watanabe appropriately points out.

“Ms. Kennedy is liberal and places great value on human rights.  I suppose the U.S. government aims at calling on the Abe administration to take wise actions on Japanese perception of history.”

Mr. Watanabe tries to make the issue unclear by using the word of perception of history.  What he ties to say is, of course, to review the issue of comfort women.

In other words, as long as Ms. Caroline Kennedy, a proponent of human rights, assumes ambassadorship, the Japanese government has to avoid such words and actions that can lead to denying the issue of comfort women.

As expected, will Obama send Ambassador Caroline to Japan as assassin to shut Prime Minister Abe up about the issue of comfort women?

It is, of course, uncertain.  If so, it is too good to be true.

However, it will produce the same results.

What is clear to us is that neither the LDP government led by Abe or the Foreign Ministry is in the position to be wild with joy over appointment of Caroline as ambassador.

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