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Birth of Tokyo Governor Hosokawa to Change Japanese Politics – Unification Church, International Federation for Victory over Communism and NHK Join Nathaniel Camp/Dangerous Abe Administration Not to Last Long –


Birth of Tokyo Governor Hosokawa to Change Japanese Politics 
– Unification Church, International Federation for Victory over Communism and NHK Join Nathaniel Camp/Dangerous Abe Administration Not to Last Long –

I share the same opinion with Mr. Motozawa that although in terms of personality, Mr. Utsunomiya is the most suitable to become Tokyo governor, he cannot have the Assembly move even if he becomes the governor and it is difficult for him to change the world in terms of politics. I think that to topple the dangerous current administration, running for governor by Mr. Hosakawa is welcome news and former Prime Minister Koizume could give significant damage to the Abe administration with his understandable performance.
Mr. Motozawa says,”Is it possible to legally bankrupt TEPCO?” or “It is said that the president of Toray Industries, Inc. will assume the post of chairman of Japan Business Federation. Toray is under the control of Mitsui. So is the president of NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation). The Mitsui Zaibatsu (or finance group) taking hold on the financial world and freedom of speech and Mitsubishi are cooperating to control the Abe administration.” As impossible to overcome the situation it may sound, but in reality it isn’t.

As introduce in my comment on the first article posted yesterday, I let you know that the Unification Church and International Federation for Victory over Communism have been controlled by deities. They have joined the Nathaniel camp today. So have NHK. In the process of removal of obstacles, the president of Toray, who supposedly assumes the post of chairman of Japan Business Federation, should join the Nathaniel camp. Such arrangements have steadily been made. Although I don’t specifically know about how it is being done, I understand approximate date. I have never missed my tip. Judging from invisible level of arrangements being steadily made, I can assert that the Abe administration will not last long.

Masatoshi Takeshita
January 10, 2014


(1) English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: BLOG OF AMAKI NAOTO – January 10, 2014

Birth of Tokyo Governor Hosokawa to Change Japanese Politics

Some people laugh at what I write.

However, sleep talking sometimes comes true.

It appears that Prime Minister Abe is likely to take a foolish risk of taking a hardline policy seriously.

If so, we want the Abe administration to be toppled.

There is no doubt that Mr. Hosokawa with support of former Prime Minister Koizumi will become Governor of Tokyo.

What would happen if Mr. Hosokawa moves under the slogan of anti-hardline policy by Abe-led LDP?

We want Tokyo Metropolis to express a stance to oppose to the right-wing administration led by Abe.

Every policy of the Abe administration will go nowhere before too long.

The tyranny of the administration has been overlooked only because there are no places where opponents are received.

Birth of Tokyo Governor Hosokawa will make it possible to speedily create such places. And political reorganization will take place.

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(2) English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: “Media Association” Club Bulletin – January 10, 2014 –

<Tokyo gubernatorial election affecting political situation strats>

The lineup of candidates in the Tokyo gubernatorial election to be announced on January 23 has been announced. Although Utsunomiya, Hosokawa and Masuzoe are frontrunners, this writer bets that Hosokawa will be the winner.

<Former Head of The Japan Federation of Bar Associations Utsunomiya in terms of personality and insight>

Normally, Mr. Utsunomiya who served the head of the Japan Federation of Bar Associations is perfect for governor in terms of personality and insight. He has keen sensitivity to the Constitution. He will be able to brake on reckless actions of Abe. He should devote much effort to welfare, too. It appears that he has the most excellent sensitivity to human rights among all candidates. Although I might be a lenient grader, he is the most favorable candidate to the people in the lineup of candidates.

<Lack of campaign strategists as drawback>

Regrettably, however, Utsunomiya has no campaign strategists. He has the Communist Party come to the front, which is partly due to the mood in media. Under the current political situation in Japan, it is impossible for the Communist Party to get votes as the dominant party. Utsunomiya prevents himself from gaining the votes from independent voters, which are supposed to be gained.

Recently I have keenly felt that the Communist Party, though it is never be a bad party, always employs every election strategy which provides a benefit to the LDP. If the party is serious about supporting Utsunomiya, all it has to do is to support him quietly behind the scenes. If the party comes forward, he is unlikely to be elected. This shows Utsunomiya has no campaign strategists. I wonder they have left in a hurry.

<Masuzoe supported by LDP/ Komei vs. Hosokawa>

The LDP/Komei controlled by the Zaibatsu or financial combine back up Mosuzoe. If Hosokawa, former prime minister, runs for the election, however, Masuzoe will probably lose in it. Masuzoe is past his use-by date. It is impossible for him to gain more votes than antinuclear and anti-Abe Hosokawa.

The international community responds against the Abe reckless politics with aiming at creating a war state. It is only some of Middle East and African countries with interest in money that work together with Abe, who has got stuck in strong objections from Asian, U.S. and Europe. Abe’s official trip overseas is stingy and miserable.

No countries evaluate a visit to war-related shrine. No counties aim to collapse the postwar structure. Abe’s perception of history and fanatical politics of visits to Yasukuni and Ise shrines will never hold water in the 21st century. Even if he rides on a portable Shinto shrine, Masuzoe can’t be a winner. Originally, he was just a personality-turned politician with superficial sense for diplomacy.

The Zaibatsu specializing in creation of a war state and production of weapons and ammunition are now at their wits’ end because a stop signal has been given to the victory of their favorite Masuzoe. I assure that they are thinking real hard of how to have Hosokawa cancel his candidacy.

The LDP and Komei are not so strong. The election system has them won. The two parties lose in local elections. Abenomics has revealed its true character. The citizens have awaken due to rise in prices by a rapid drop in yen.

<TEPCO disorganization, vested interests of the Olympics and Abe recklessness to be affected>

The budget of the Tokyo Metropolitan government boasts of its scale which is equal to that of the finance of a small country. It is a great source of vested interests. This is why Ishihara stuck to it. Utilizing the interests, he brought his two sons to the political world. It is the results of the policy which keeps the people ignorant.

Is it possible to legally bankrupt TEPCO? The reason to avoid it is the intention of megabanks managed by the Zaibatsu. I wonder Hosokawa, who chants a slogan of “abolishiment of nuclear power generation,” can move ahead to have disorganize TEPCO. I want to know it. Disorganization of TEPCO will significantly reduce the burden of the people. I wonder he will also oppose to Abe’s intention to militarize Japan.

<Be careful about prominence of Mitsui>

It is said that the chairman of Toray Industries, Inc. will assume the post of chairman of Japan Business Federation. When examined, it turns out that Toray is affiliated with Mitsui. NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) President is also connected with Mitsui. The Mitsui Zaibatsu dominating the business world and freedom of speech cooperates with Mitsubishi to control the Abe administration.

To cope with such forces, Utsunomiya is still a perfect candidate. I am afraid that even Hosokawa is absolutely helpless against them. I doubt that such Japan is right.

All I can say is that if Masuzoe loses in the election, it will help put a brake on reckless actions of Abe. In this sense, it is not a bad thing for Hosokawa to run in the election.




(Note) Font change into red letters made by Mr. Takeshita


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