Saturday, November 10, 2007

President "Hillary" if with Congressional Presidency System

President "Hillary" if with Congressional Presidency System
(Président "Hillary" s'il s'agit d'un système de présidence du Congrès)

1. Capitol Hill
The result of votes in the US Congress for electing the President should be as follows:
No. 1:- (69 votes)--- Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.)
No. 2:- (33 votes)--- Mitt Romney (R)
No. 3:- (28 votes)--- John McCain (R-Ariz.)
No. 4:- (27 votes)--- Barack Obama (D-Ill.)
No. 5:- (24 votes)--- Rudy Giuliani (R)
No. 6:- (21 votes)--- Fred Thompson (R-Tenn.)
No. 7:- (15 votes)--- John Edwards (D-N.C.)


We, the world citizens, must ponder what her presidency will achieve.

2. National Assets
Why is the US so important to the rest of the world? One answer lies in comparison of "household financial asset" among five major nations as indicated below.

Ranking.......Country...........Total Household Financial Asset (2006)
#1.............USA...................30 trillion dollars
#2............Japan.................10 trillion dollars
#3.............UK......................5 trillion dollars
#4.............Germany...........4 trillion dollars
#5.............France..............3.4 trillion dollars

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Japan can be forgiven as it has been a backer of China, Korea, Taiwan, and other emerging Asian economies in terms of finance and technology transfer; but the U.S. has been exploiting Latin America, South Asia, and the Middle East, since no strong and substantial economies are emerging while the US has conducted so much military interference in those regions.

3. Dollars, Dollars, and Horror
Mr. Sakai Tanaka is one of unique journalists in Japan not only because he once worked in Japan's Kyodo News Service and then Microsoft Corporation for Microsoft Network.

He studied a discourse upon the world economy: "The legends of Bretton Woods - monetary system - Economic Myths Explained"

He argued that the US Republic Party has been acting as an agent for capitalists while the US Democratic Party works as Britain's instruments.
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He meant that the primary stance of the U.S. is polycentrism pursued by Republicans; however British stance is UK-US centric joined by Democrats.

In his logic, he extended that the U.S. and the U.K. will try to cheat one another to secure each national interest, in which France will find a chance to extend its global influence without feuding with the U.S., but finally the Bush Administration will promote polycentrism of key currencies in the world market (meaning less value in the dollar) despite UK's wish to bolster the dollar as the sole key currency.

Mr. Sakai Tanaka sometimes failed in his analysis on the global trend, probably due to his insufficient insight into the world history and religions as often observed among Japanese elites, if better than most of their American counterparts, though he is prominent in Japan, for he really looks like a journalist in the Internet Era.
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4. Middle-Age Homeless' Blog
A Japanese middle-aged man working part-time and living in a so-called "Internet cafe" has been keeping his blog alive on the Internet.
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The following are part of his personal data:
Cherished mottoes: "You cannot change other person," etc.
Books at hand: "The Bible" and "The Analects of Confucius"
Favorite writers: "Tetsuya Asada," "Henry Slesar," etc.
Favorite movies: "Casablanca," etc.

He recently wrote about the death of a famous professional motorbike racer, Norihumi Abe, in a traffic accident on a public road.

One of viewers of his blog wrote a comment that he remembered, as he read the article, his visit to a death camp in Phnum Penh, Cambodia, where the Pol Pot faction had killed people as part of their million citizen massacre in 1970's after withdrawal of US troops from Vietnam.

The viewer wrote that he had lain down just like a victim in a camp house but could not get higher perception at all while sun rays from slits of a wall had let dusts loom up shining and dancing over him, a young Japanese traveler.
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Ms. Hillary Rodham Clinton as the next U.S. President so regarded should not trigger another mighty depression in the world market and the million citizen massacre in the Islamic countries, no matter if she abandons the dollar standard system and the US military's global expansion for securing a mutually complementary relationship between oil and dollars.

(Mrs. Clinton may become the first and last madam President of the U.S., since the people can accept Jesus Christ as their King and introduce a parliamentary cabinet system after possible US Religious Revolution in this century.

But, Japan is already with a parliamentary cabinet system; you have no problems here in Japan.)




Friday, November 09, 2007

The Proprieties and Respect Altogether

The Proprieties and Respect Altogether
(Les propriétés et le respect total)

1. The Most Respectful Manner in Japan
The Grand Shrine of Ise has been the most highly ranked shrine in Japan, since the Goddess of the Sun called "Ama-Terasu-Ou-Mi-Kami" (heaven-illuminating-great-gracious-god) is enshrined there with other highly-regarded gods, for the Goddess is regarded as the direct ancestor of the Imperial Family.

In the shrine, the most respectful manner of greeting to the gods is said to be as follows, though it might be rare to observe it nowadays.
1) Clap your hands four times before your face.
2) Pause just a moment with folded palms.
3) Again, clap your hands four times before your face.

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It is extraordinary, since you are usually expected in a Shinto shrine to perform "bowing two times, clapping your hands two times before your face, and a final bowing all devoutly" to the main inner shrine in the main precincts.

But, exceptionally, in a few prestigious Shinto shrines as authentic as the Grand Shrine of Ise, you are expected to perform clapping of the hand four times in a row.
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Indeed, Japanese language is based on quadruple time rhythm. If you foreigners want to speak correct Japanese, you have to master this rhythm.

Otherwise, you cannot fully exercise the most respectful manner of greeting in Japan where in ancient times before introduction of Buddhism people greeted each other by clapping hands before the faith four times or twice.

2. Extraordinary Informality to Great Hero
Mao Tse-tung, the founder of Communist China, respected one Japanese hero when he was young wandering here and there on the Chinese continent in a great chaos since the debacle of the Qing Dynasty.

Mao Tse-tung respected Takamori Saigo, the most popular hero in the Japanese history. Saigo commanded pro-Imperial forces so as to defeat the Tokugawa samurai troops in the late 19th century, which realized the Meiji Restoration and led to full-scale modernization and Westernization in Japan.

One day when Takamori Saigo was still in one of top positions in the Meiji Government, a high-ranking bureaucrat saw Saigo walking toward him on a road in Tokyo.

Takamori Saigo usually neither dressed up nor was accompanied by attendants; but nobody missed him anywhere, since he was the hero who had led pro-Imperial forces to force the Tokugawa clan to surrender without resorting to desperate city fighting within Tokyo.

Though the bureaucrat was walking in Japanese wooden clogs called "Geta," he stopped, took one leg off a clog or a Geta, and put the foot bottom on the instep of another foot still in a clog or a Geta.

He was thus standing and balancing on two legs but both the feet on one Geta, emptying another Geta, though completely taking off both the feet out of Getas and kneeling on the ground might have been the formal way of showing the utmost respect to the Generalissimo in older samurai ages.

Takamori Saigo, the first full general of the Imperial Army of Japan, looked satisfactory but just walked by the bureaucrat who looked deeply delighted in saluting to the great hero Saigo.

As I read this story a long time ago, the details might be a little different. But, the point at issue is that an ex-samurai bureaucrat showed an extraordinary manner of greeting to Takamori Saigo every ex-samurai recognized as his hero whose strength had defeated the Tokugawas that had been holding administrative power of the nation for 250 years as the sole leader of the entire samurai class.

3. Greeting to the Moon
Japan's moon exploration satellite has sent back to the earth pictures of the moon taken from the altitude of 100km (60 miles) above the surface.

The footage followed a path toward the north pole of the moon from the high-latitude area.

This is the first HDTV images taken from an orbit around the moon and the first full-scale exploration since the Apollo Project.

But, do you think that the moon is full of glee, greeting back to mankind?

Is mankind allowed to greet to the moon so nearly while the earth, a parent planet of the moon, has been tainted by greed further degraded toward the Mafia economy and died with blood of victims of wars, terror, and violence?

Anyway, it must be a space vehicle of Japan, less tainted and died among major players on the earth, that should greet the moon as a representative of nations on the planet Earth for the first time since 1972 when Apollo 17 was launched.

4. Greeting to Jesus Christ
You may like to call Him "Messiah," "Christ," or "My God," when you see Him walking toward you.

I may be allowed to call Him "King of Israelites and Romans."

But, it is said that when a very desperate poor man called Him "Son of David" Jesus Christ listened to his urgent wish and convulsive appeal.

In either case, you have to first check His shoes, sandals, or clogs and then His feet before casting an eye at His fingers, looking more valuable to you than King Midas' fingers, to see how powerful their curing force is.
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(Yet, don't you, whenever you look up at the moon, feel like it is greeting you with tear-provoking efforts to have an apparent size of 29 to 33 arc-minutes while the sun's is 32 arc-minutes?)

"...Look! Here are my mother and my brothers!..."

(Hier sind meine Mutter und meine Bruder!)


Thursday, November 08, 2007

American Homeless People on Statistics

American Homeless People on Statistics
(American sans-abri révélé sur les statistiques)

[Updated on Nov. 28, 2011]

"According to data from 3,900 cities and counties across the country, HUD found that more than 1,500 communities reported a reduction in the number of long-term homeless persons over a one-year period. HUD's analysis indicates there were 155,623 chronically homeless individuals in 2006, down from 175,914 from the year before - an 11.5 percent decrease."
According to USA Today, "Before 2005, HUD did not annually compile such information...
Culhane says the chronically homeless represent only 10% of people who experience homelessness at some time during the year, but they use 50% of emergency-shelter resources. He says 80% are men and nearly half are African-Americans."

To achieve this result, it is said that the US Government or Department of Housing and Urban Development had to build or find 4,000 houses for homeless people.

This news was partly reported in Japan by a Japanese newspaper.

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Ideally, if you find a homeless person in your village, town, city, county, sate, or country, you have to report it to a public administrative office with the pertinent jurisdiction.

Then, the whole local governmental organization should function properly to find a place for the homeless person to live in and a job for him to be engaged in.

Then, there will be no homeless persons in any country, including Japan and the U.S. as well as Iraq and Afghanistan.

Mankind cannot do this simple thing yet 2500 years after the emergence of Buddha, Confucius, and Moses; 2000 years after the emergence of the Son of God; 1400 years after the endowment of Islam, 800 years after the new enlightenment of Japanese Buddhism; and 100 years after the Expansion of American Christianity.

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Rich men all over the world outwardly look different but they share one trait. Understanding how to deal with other people and worldly systems so as to make money is common to them all. At this level of mentality, they look all the same, though they sell their souls to devils in different manners according to their individual conditions.

All the homeless people in the world look the same spiritually. Understanding how people can be cruel in neglecting other people in so much misery as to lose a home and a job is common to them all. At this level of mentality, they look all the same, though they still keep their souls out of the hand of devils in different manners according to their individual conditions.

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I feel the great anger of God or Allah. I am requested to convey the warning to mankind. Therefore, I will display the holy historical diagram, first posted on April 11, 2007, again below.

Abraham was a wanderer.
Moses was a fugitive.
Buddha was a loitering ascetic.
Jesus Christ was a homeless preacher.
Ippen, a great Japanese monk, was a traveling prayer.
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Indeed, God never lives in a house man built.

Truly, EEE Reporter minds those who do not live in a house man's hands built.

(If you were not born, you must not be now enjoying a life in a house.

That is why I am telling you to obey the God who created you and allowed you to live in a house so far.

The God gives a life and takes it away from anybody at His great will.

In this sense, if you might not mourn over the dead, you should rather mourn over a homeless person being taken a home away from by winners of social competition.

How you concede to this sacred principle may, good girls, decide our future, even personally.)

"...Whoever does what God wants him to do is my brother, my sister, my mother..."

(Wer tut, was Gott will, der ist mein Bruder, meine Schwester und meine Mutter!)

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Divine Comedy 2007 (XXIV)

"Kaki Kueba" (Eating heavenly persimmons)"Kane wa Nakunari" (I found no worldly money)"Hourou-ji" (but I am a bohemian of a motto)
["Kaki Kueba, Kane wa Narunari, Houryuji" -- by Shiki Masaoka
(Eating persimmons and hearing a ding-dong, I am certainly here in the Horyuji temple so gracious in the silence of autumn.)]

Divine Comedy 2007 (XXIV)
[Comédie Divin 2007 - XXIV]

1. Mr. Rockefeller
Mr. Benjamin Fulford, a unique critic working in Japan, met with Mr. David Rockefeller in Tokyo yesterday for a professional interview exclusively; it was a 15 minute meeting before Mr. Rockefeller set off to have the honor of seeing the Emperor in the Palace.

According to another source, Mr. David Rockefeller has come to Japan for autograph-signing session held at a branch office of MOMA in Tokyo on publication of his book of reminiscences, though he once authorized a book Mr. Ichiro Ozawa wrote on reconstruction of Japan in 1993.

In addition, my big concern is a relationship between the US financial industry and the Mafia as well as the one between CIA and the Mafia since the JFK's tragedy in early 1960's.

2. External Pressure on Mr. Ozawa
If you are a foreign professional reporter with a means to interpret Japanese, the following site focusing on office of Prime Minister of Japan must be useful.

There are many speculations on what was behind the coalition negotiation between Japan's Prime Minister Mr. Yasuo Fukuda and opposition head Mr. Ichiro Ozawa who has changed his mind so as to stay at the current position as he was so much beseeched by other party members though he had announced his will to resign after the failure in persuading his party for the coalition.

My impression is that the manner in which Mr. Ozawa met the US Ambassador to Japan a month ago on termination of a law to allow for Japan's free provision of fuels for US Naval ships in the Indian Ocean must have some influences so that Mr. Ozawa had to take some consequences, whether directly or indirectly, even if it has been simply aimed at Mr. Ozawa's psychological vulnerability.

3. Return of a Son
Everybody knows that Jesus Christ said that even a prodigal and spoiled son should be welcomed by his father when he came back home with a full sense of remorse and humility.

But, once upon a time in India, a son and heir of a very rich family left his parents, his wife, and his home to follow Buddha despite opposition of his family.

One day, he happened to stand at his old home and beg for food. But his father could not realize that the monk with ragged clothes on was his own son so as to kick him out.

Nonetheless a humble maid of the big house never failed in identifying the young and humble monk with her former young master.

She told her surprise to the family, so that the monk's father welcomed his son in ragged clothes into the house and tried to persuade him to return to the old sate of life.

But, the monk did not change his mind despite desperate request from his old family members including his wife.

Nonetheless, Buddha, since this episode, set a rule that a young man must first secure consent of his parents to leave his family and follow Buddha, whether his father is a millionaire or not.

4. Four Commandments
In ancient India, according to prominent Japanese philosopher Hajime Nakamura, there are four percepts for members of society as recorded in a religious book.
1) Give money and goods to the poor and the needy.
2) Use kind and compassionate expressions in speaking.
3) Work and act in order to help others.
4) Properly cooperate with others in various events and situations.
In short, be like a moving wheel of a carriage in society.

These concepts are also adopted in Buddhism.

The core of the teaching is of course: "Don't be a bad millionaire or a bad politician who is just sitting in a carriage on wheels."

(Most of Europeans, European Americans, and Israelite Americans traditionally tend to think that Asians must have been living without any ethics and religions compatible with Judaism or Christianity, living in the tropical jungle without proper clothes on and speaking illogical languages.

On the contrary, far before Judaism and Christianity penetrated into European lives, Indians, Chinese, and Japanese were enjoying a higher level of ethics, art of living, and languages cultivated by religions and philosophies which are superior to Western thinking.

Unless Europeans, European Americans, and Israelite Americans all become a kind of prodigal and spoiled sons repenting and coming back to Father, the crisis of the world will not be fully solved.

If you make a pilgrimage to Houryuji Temple, built in timber structure in the early seventh century, to appreciate its sublime atmosphere and design based on excellent human spirits of ancient Japanese, you will find what a bad millionaire or a bad politician cannot achieve forever.

That is why I am telling you, good girls, love God but not money.)

"...If he listens to you, you have your own brother back..."

(Wenn er mit sich reden lasst, hast du ihn als Bruder zuruckgewonnen)


Tuesday, November 06, 2007

The World Unholy Money Flow

Heavenly bamboo or "Nan-ten"

Japanese persimmons or "Kaki"

The World Unholy Money Flow
(L'argent impie débit dans le monde)

If we are going to argue a 760 billion dollar issue, we need a help of God, since a million gangsters might try to stop the argument.

However, I have to very openly analyze the issue, since the Japanese Government has already issued a White Paper on it.
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The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) of Japan has issued "White Paper on International Economy and Trade 2007 --- Japan's Trade Strategy on improving industrial productivity and accelerating economic growth."

For English version, please refer to

Especially, you can find evidence of economic globalization on page 4:
"The global trade in goods and services has risen dramatically since the latter half of the 1990s and in 2005 it reached a volume of approximately US$12.8 trillion, accounting for 28.8% of global nominal GDP."

For the relationship between the U.S. and China on page 6:
"Looking at the US balance of trade with a number of trading partner countries and regions, we see that the largest trade deficit is with China, which accounts for approximately one-quarter of the entire trade deficit."

This situation has apparently greatly influenced the relationship between the U.S. and North Korea, since North Korea's largest supporter is China.

But, more interesting is a figure presented in the Japanese version of the METI's White Paper as shown below in my version for you to click it.

Put simply, the US' deficit of about 760 billion dollars are countered by total 760 billion dollars transferred, funded, invested, or input by other countries including Japan and the oil producing countries.

That is why Japan should be more consulted by the U.S. for the War on Terror initiated in the oil producing countries.

The second figure "(2) INDIRECT GLOBAL MONEY FLOW TO THE US (2005)" tells that financial institutions and the financial industries in the U.K. and Western Europe are helping indirect money flow to the U.S. by collecting investments from Japan, the oil producing countries and so on.

The most important issue is how poor citizens in the U.S. would justify or oppose this huge biased money flow from other countries to the U.S.

Will they like to keep this state so that they can also directly enjoy benefits of this global monetary scheme when they become rich someday?

This is one reason for some businessmen, economists, critics, the media, and politicians in Japan want to change current relationships with various US economic and social sectors.

The oil-producing countries and China should consult Japan in this regard.

(Now, you know how sinful the US economy is without speaking of domestic house-loan crimes.

And, you know how sinful financial institutions and the financial industries in the U.K. and Western Europe are as they willingly supply funds to the U.S.

Indeed, you must understand now why it is great that you, whether in New York, Riyadh, or Beijing, refer to EEE Reporter, since it is delivered from Japan.

Truly, you, whether in Chicago, New Orleans, or Mexico City, will be greater to make yourself a holy reporter someday, say, naming it Centennial Cure-all Crystalline [CCC] Reporter.)

"...How terrible for the world that there are things that make people lose their faith!..."

(Es steht schlimm mit der Welt, well es in ihr Dinge gibt, durch die Menschen das Vertrauen zu Gott verlieren konnen)


Monday, November 05, 2007

Mr. Ozawa's Decision as the Head of Opposition in Japanese Politics

Mr. Ozawa's Decision as the Head of Opposition in Japanese Politics
(De la décision de M. Ozawa à la tête de l'opposition à la politique japonaise)

Last weekend, in Japan, every media was galvanized on politics, mobilizing many politicians, critics, and personalities.

Japan, the most democratic democracy in Asia, is now entering the two-party system, though not in the form of capitalists vs. socialists but of very pro-US conservatives vs. not-so-very pro-US conservatives.

In Japan, both the communist party and the Social Democratic Party have more than 10 parliament (Diet, or Kokkai in Japanese) members, respectively.

But, the focus is now on the head of the second largest party, the Democratic Party of Japan (Minsyu-tou in Japanese), which has now a chance of realizing change of national administration by defeating the incumbent ruling party, the Liberal Democartic Party of Japan (Jiyu-minsyu-tou or Jimin-tou in Japanese), in the next general election for the Lower House of the Diet.

Specifically, although now the ruling parties command an overwhelming majority in the Lower House (Shugi-in in Japanese) which has superiority to the Upper House in certain key issues, the oppositions have a majority in the Upper House (Sangi-in in Japanese).

Therefore, except specified key issues such as nomination of the prime minister, neither the ruling parties nor the oppositions can get their drafted bills passed in both the Houses, which is absolutely needed for passage of bills such as the "Law to Extend the Service of Japan's Defense Force to Supply Free Fuels and Water to Naval Ships of the Allied Countries such as the U.S. and Pakistan in the Indian Ocean."

To address this difficult situation, Japan's Prime Minister Mr. Yasuo Fukuda offered grand coalition to the head of the largest opposition, the Democratic Party of Japan, Mr. Ichiro Ozawa last week.

Mr. Ozawa was, surprisingly to most of all concerned, willing to accept it, but almost all the other executives of the Democratic Party of Japan were against it, strongly rejecting the adventurous idea of Mr. Ozawa's on forming a coalition cabinet in the emergency conference held after the summit meeting last Friday.

And, yesterday, namely Sunday afternoon, Mr. Ozawa expressed his will to resign from the highest post of the party, though no one has long and colorful experiences in politics that can match Mr. Ozawa's in the Democratic Party of Japan.

Therefore, last weekend, in Japan, every media was galvanized on politics, mobilizing many politicians, critics, and personalities, which might have some influences globally on certain foreigners concerned with or involved in things and events in Japan.
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The unity of religion and state is a universal tradition of mankind.

In ancient Japan, the Yamato Dynasty heavily relied on authoritative power of emperors in Shinto.

As the Imperial House has survived all through the Japanese history even after the shift of political power from the Imperial Court to the samurai class and clans 1000 years ago, Japanese politicians have still today a kind of deep awe to gods of Shintoism, namely spirits of great ancestors.

Whoever or whatever party or parties get hegemony, unless they are identified at least to a certain minimum degree with the traditional type of politicians in awe of gods of Shinto, they cannot be fully trusted by a majority of Japanese people.

In other words, whoever or whatever party or parties get hegemony in Japan, they must not be able to sell their Japanese souls to foreign devils.

Put simply, no Japanese premier, whoever is elected to the position, can harm the world so much as foreign devils do, since he must be a Shintoist, consciously or unconsciously.

(To your disappointment, no Japanese announcers and TV personalities usually put on traditional Japanese clothes, called Kimono, in their appearances on air.

One of the sure places where you can observe people in traditional Japanese clothes is a Shinto shrine.

But, unless you have a Japanese ancestor or a Shinto god to personally offer worship to in a shrine, foreigners may not be so welcomed in its main sanctuary, though it is not forbidden so long as it is not a mere sight-seeing at all.

The Head of the Japanese Government should be the one who can be admitted to the most sacred place in any shrine next to the Emperor, no matter what clothes he may put on.

In this context, a US President must be the one who can be the most welcomed in any churches of followers of Jesus Christ by a holy spirit, mustn't he or she?)

"...whoever gives a drink of cold water to one of the least of these my followers because he is my follower, will certainly receive a reward..."

(...wer irgendeinem meiner Junger auch nur einen Schluck kaltes Wasser gibt -- einfach well er mein Junger ist ---, ich versichere euch, der wird seinen Lohn erhalten!)

Sunday, November 04, 2007


(Les champs)

(I was progressing on a road to spot a car with the major license plate number "17-17" and then another with "11-11."

So, I got to a field and took some pictures today for you, yes for you all.)

Luk 11:11 If a son shall ask bread of any of you that is a father, will he give him a stone? or if he ask a fish, will he for a fish give him a serpent?

Luk 17:17 And Jesus answering said, Were there not ten cleansed? but where are the nine?

"Jesus Heals the Sick in Gennesaret"

(Jesus heil Kranke in Gennesaret)