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Jun 12, 2017

Death of Mr. Christophe de Margerie, former French oil company Total CEO and another similar case – Two rare people, Illuminati top members, whose souls survive –

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Death of Mr. Christophe de Margerie, former French oil company Total CEO and another similar case – Two rare people, Illuminati top members, whose souls survive –
I was surprised at the first article. President Putin gives high commendations to Christophe de Margerie. It shows that he was really a great person not only to France but also to the world.

As written in Sakurai Journal, Mr. Christophe de Margerie was the chairman and chief executive of the French oil company Total and he said: “there is no reason to pay for oil in dollars and the euro should have a bigger role in international trade.” This remark means France’ approach to Russia and it is believed that he was assassinated in retaliation.

I suppose that De Margeris was the highest executive in the Illuminati but he switched to the Light forces in exchange of his life. I think he was prepared to be killed in retaliation.

His case is quite rare case in that he still has soul after death although he was deeply involved in the Illuminati. I give a similar case. Richard Rockefeller, leader of Doctors Without Borders, was assassinated in a plane accident because he tried to reveal every wrongdoing he got involve in.

Mr. Fulford shows there is the theory that he caused a fake accident to escape accusations, because he was seen in Antarctica. I know by intuition that Richard Rockefeller is dead and his assassination is the fact. This is another rare example in which although he is a member of the Illuminati, he still has soul.

These two cases are of great importance in that they show that anybody, although steeped in evil, is forgiven if he repents his sins from the heart.

June 4, 2017
Masatoshi Takeshita


Reprint from the Japanese version of Sputnik – June 4, 2017 –

President Putin talks about the role of Christophe de Margerie LNG tanker in the Arctic

LGN tanker Christophe de Margerie is a great contribution to the development of global industry and the Arctic region, President Putin said at the ship naming ceremony.

Sputnik Japan

“From now on, this modern ship will have the name of the French entrepreneur and the great friend of our country, Christophe de Margerie. He has a special strategic vision and did a lot for strengthening friendly and partnership ties with Russia and promoted the implementation of a number of major joint energy projects,” Putin said.

“Naming the ship in his honor serves as another symbol of our sincere and kind disposition to this outstanding man and as a commemoration of his memory,” he added.

According to President Putin, Christophe de Margerie will become the flagship in a line of 15 similar vessels. They have all been designed for Yamal LNG, a large-scale project.


According to earlier report, the Russian Defense Ministry is planning to build a military research and testing center in the Arctic within 2017.

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English translation of a Japanese article: Sakurai Journal – October 21, 2014 –

French oil and gas giant Total CEO, who claimed “stay away from dollars” dies in air crash in Russia he was on a visit to. Suspicion arises.

Christophe de Margerie, the chairman and chief executive of the French oil company Total, died in an accident at Vnukovo airport in Moscow at midnight on October 20. The Falcon Dassault business aviation jet carrying de Margerie, which was accelerating for takeoff, hit a snow plough on take-off. Christophe de Margerie was on a visit to Russia to attend a Russian government-hosted meeting.

The news of this accident must make some people remember what the chairman told in July. In response to the issue of BNP Paribas, a global financial institution headquartered in Paris, he said that there is noreason to pay for oil in dollars and the euro should have a bigger role ininternational trade. With regard to this issue, BNP Paribas agreedto pay 8.9 billion dollars to the U.S. This “sanction” is imposed on France which approached to Russia.

BNP executives bowed to intimidation of the U.S. However, some people in the business world rebelled against it. One of them is Chairman De Margerie. His rebellion led to his remark of stay away from dollars. This proposal fits with anti-dollar policy promoted by Russian, China and other countries. A person who made such a remark visited Russia and was killed in an accident on his way back. No wonder some people feel some artificial factor in it.

(The rest is omitted)




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