Saturday, June 21, 2008

I'M WATCHING YOU (an American blog, too)

(Taken by a Japanese space craft with the HDTV camera at 110,000 km or 70,000 miles away from the Earth… )

I'M WATCHING YOU (an American blog, too)

I happened to find a blog including the certain critical key words: The Roman; Vietnam and Cambodia; history; Saddam Hussein; a job which Americans just won't do any more; can't spell words; the idiots who didn't turn off the TV; human resource development; and change the world.

Today's Young People
May 17, 2008 | 7:13 PM
Category: Political
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I can title a blog post "Today's Young People" because ... well, just look at the picture, I've become an old fart. I still feel young (and many folks tell me I'm still emotionally a teenager), but the fact is I'm well into middle age, nursing a birthday number which I long ago would have described as "ancient." 
I saw a blog from a young'un a while ago that, once you managed to sift through the socialist rhetoric, basically said the same thing my fellow 50-ish crowd said when we were 18: "Get ready you old farts, because we're gonna change the world."
The neat thing about being an old fart is that I can look down on today's kids and cut through their logic faster than Bill Clinton can lie. 
Take the war in the mideast, for example. Having been a Marine and a veteran of the Desert Storm era, I've chewed that sand and know what today's young soldiers and Marines and others are up against over there. I also know what they're up against over here, because my formative years came during the Vietnam era
So I see some kid -- college or high school, they all look alike to me any more -- leave some rambling post on one of the discussion boards or blogs about "Why R We Still N Iraq?" We're just there to steal oil, our troops are murdering babies, the Iraqis will be nice if we just leave ... find any argument made by Sean Penn or Susan Sarandon and they'll spew it back to you the same way the hippies did voice-overs of Jane Fonda speeches back in my day. Yet if you read their posts thoroughly enough, you come to realize that they're all saying one thing: we hate George Bush because we've been told that's the thing to do. 
Well kids, we're agreed on that last part anyway. It's Bush's fault we're still stuck there. I supported the invasion of Iraq and the elimination of Saddam Hussein; I wish Bush's daddy had let us do the job back in '91.

But today's kids don't understand that there is a reason we've been stuck in both Iraq and Afghanistan for so long. They don't understand insurgency warfare and they don't understand the implications of what happens when you walk away from it. Guerilla wars take a long, long time to win -- unless you want to take care of things the Roman way, which is to simply crucify entire villages until there aren't enough people left to rebel. 
We saw what happened when we gave up on Vietnam: wholesale slaughter on an unprecedented scale in both Vietnam and Cambodia, followed by slavery to a totalitarian state. But they don't teach history to American kids any more.
I've been lectured by some young 'uns about how my generation is wrong for being nationalistic, that "globalization" is here to stay and if we don't like it we just need to move -- off-planet, I'm guessing? Aside from the fact that making statements like that probably has Dubya and his global corporate buddies grinning from ear to fascist ear, it's interesting to see how little experience here in the real world so many of these kids have. 
At the age of 14, for example, I started working full-time at a job which, according to President Bush, Americans just won't do any more -- hard, manual, physical labor. I managed to work 40 hours a week to help my mom feed my brothers and still managed to carry a 90-point-something average throughout school (in a day when 100 was the maximum you could get). 
Yet today's kids won't work -- in fact, they're not allowed to work. By law. The law prohibits kids from working more than X number of hours a week and limits the hours they can work during school terms, and prevents them from doing some jobs (including the one I performed at the age of 14). 
And yet many of them still can't spell words like "are" and "in" and "your" because they're too lazy to add the extra letters, or they insist on changing words ending in "-ers" to "-az" in some worrisome attempt to sound like criminals. 
Therein lies another huge difference between the generations. As a teenager growing up dirt poor, I certainly endured temptations. It was tempting to try and snatch food from the store, for example, during the darkest hour in my family's history when Mom didn't always make enough to keep enough food in the house for five hungry boys. But I'd been raised with this absurd notion that stealing is WRONG. 
That's no longer a barrier to many of today's young people, it seems. As a retail manager, I can't begin to tell you how many young shoplifters I caught who tried to weasel out of it by saying, "Well, I didn't hurt anybody, your store makes millions of dollars, you won't miss it." 
Yet at the heart of all my revulsion at the attitudes so many of today's young folks display is one chilling realization: my generation has to point the finger of blame at itself. We are the complacent fools who didn't question when the great paradigm shift took place in public education that changed schools from places of learning to "human resource development centers." We are the idiots who didn't turn off the TV when we saw gratuitous sex and violence become commonplace and begin influencing children to emulate. We are the stubbornly lazy meat-heads who continued to vote blindly for one or the other of two political parties long after those parties began proving they cared little for our country, only for power.
So to today's younger generation who are striding boldly onto the stage saying they're going to change the world, I say: "Go for it, kid. Do your best."

All I can say to these respectable Americans is just take a look at the chart IMF prepared and I posted on May 17, 2008.

(Click to enlarge; Note China is still a recipient of ODA money Japan provides!)

Indeed, some Japanese politicians have launched project teams to consider and plan how huge money the Japanese Government can collect should be invested overseas as a sovereign fund (as well as domestically as demand stimulation).

Ordinary Americans should come to think whether they deserve such huge and huge money foreign countries are investing in America.

Do Americans deserve such huge and huge money, simply because they are being engaged in wars in Iraq and Afghanistan for whatever reasons?

Is it because the U.S. must continue to be super-rich, as the respectfully ever politically-correct God so wishes?

(Though a young Japanese man sinfully committed a miniature version of the Virginia Tech Massacre on the street of Akihabara, Tokyo, on the day I happened to face a stone monument for a huge flood on the bank of one of branches of the Tone River, I like to visit the Bay of Tokyo again to see some old ship, in public display, used for antarctic expedition and an old battery used in WWII, say, tomorrow morning, since I couldn’t wait for June… 青春音楽館)

Mat 6:21 For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.

Friday, June 20, 2008

Keynes Said So

Keynes Said So

John Maynard Keynes said that it was not technology, regulations, or infrastructures, but a bit little of wisdom and smartness based on common sense.

All you need is a bit little of wisdom and smartness based on common sense, if two cars running toward each other on a one-lane highway shall avoild a highly expected head-on crash.

In economy, as well, all you need is not technology, regulations, or infrastructures, but a bit little of wisdom and smartness based on common sense.

In my theory, it is not the macro and the micro economy, but the seven-layer economy.

We have to formulate the Seven-Layer Economic Models, apparently.

In the simple society of European races, there are only two types of economic entities: the winner and the loser, or the stronger and the weaker, or otherwise the bigger and the smaller.

Economic science developed in such a simple society can naturally only embrace two concepts: the macro and the micro economy.

It is apparently very inappropriate to adopt this highly-biased European version of economic science to the whole world, including the Arab world, Iran, India, Indochina, China, Korea, and Japan.

Of course, the point at issue is jurisdiction.

Constitution of each country should stipulate that economic jurisdiction of every family, neighborhood, autonomy, business, industry, and nation shall be secured.

For example, the right of taxation is given to each layer. Every family and business have a respective right, for instance, to lawfully refuse national tax and industry tax.

Accordingly, the political and administrative system of the nation should be changed.

As for economic science, it should develop study and analysis of the present world in comparison with or projection onto this target economic model.

This seven-layer (so far ideal) model should be used as a base for new economic science.

It should be so, since the God forbids economic sacrifice of any single family, neighborhood, autonomy, business, industry, and nation.

No armed invasion of any nation, industry, business, autonomy, neighborhood, and family to impose any other economic or tax-related law shall be forbidden in the name of mankind.


So, I hope you will respect anything that is non-nonsense and has seven layers, like the Bible, the Gospel, and maybe the words of Jesus Christ.

(If you say that it is neither technology, regulations, nor infrastructures, but a bit little of wisdom and smartness based on common sense that is needed and everybody laughs at you, you had better leave such a company, which seems to be not so rare in Tokyo, since there are many European affiliate companies there.

Heb 6:17 Wherein God, willing more abundantly to shew unto the heirs of promise the immutability of his counsel, confirmed it by an oath:

Heb 6:20 Whither the forerunner is for us entered, even Jesus, made an high priest for ever after the order of Melchisedec.


Thursday, June 19, 2008

The Billion-Bucks Group of Chinese and Americans

The Billion-Bucks Group of Chinese and Americans

The US Vice President and a certain Hong Kong super-rich man are reportedly closely connected.

There seems to be a female American elite businesswoman working for the both.

And, US big businesses, the Chinese Communist Party and the Red Army, and Asian organized crime (covertly supported by the Chinese leaders) seem to be closely associated with one another.

Super-rich men in the U.S. and China seem to be good friends for each other, without any intention to take poor Chinese and American citizens into the circle.

So, it is rather very strange that former Japanese Prime Minister Mr. Jyunichiro Koizumi could be a formidable enemy of Chinese leaders and, at the same time, a good friend of US President Mr. George W. Bush.

Let’s check this mystery, since incumbent Japanese Prime Minister Mr. Yasuo Fukuda seems to be skillfully friendly to China.

SECTION I: Mr. Dick Cheney: Nuclear Power Technology to China

Beijing needs far more electricity, and American industry sees potential…

Vice President Dick Cheney will have another task -- making a pitch for Westinghouse's U.S. nuclear power technology…

The initial installment of four reactors, costing $1.5 billion apiece, would also help narrow the huge U.S. trade deficit with China.

China's latest economic plan anticipates … as many as 32 large 1,000-megawatt reactors over the next 16 years.

SECTION II: Ms. Nancy Dorn: Red China’s Top Lobbyist?


According to The Wall Street Journal (p. 1, 11/30/01) "Cheney hand Nancy Dorn is expected to get the No. 2 job at the White House Office of Management and Budget. With budget director Daniels at odds with Congress’ GOP leaders, Dorn offers good Capitol ties: The Cheney staffer once worked for House Speaker Hastert. Former budget deputy Sean O’Keefe also was a Cheney ally."

Other executive branch heavy hitters who made the jump include Nancy Dorn, who was No. 2 to Mitch Daniels at the Office of Management and Budget and is now in charge of state, federal, and international government affairs for General Electric.

Nancy Dorn, General Electric
The head of GE’s lobby shop, Dorn has held senior positions in the Pentagon and the Bush White House, and on Capitol Hill.

SECTION III: Mr. Li Ka-shing and Hutchison Whampoa Ltd.

…but Li Ka-shing had one important thing going for him, a lobbyist named Nancy Dorn from Texas. This seasoned foreign agent had been a Defense Department official under Ronald Reagan and was Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil) under George Bush, Sr. Her responsibilities included matters associated with the Panama Canal Commission With Li's bankroll and Nancy's experience, she easily convinced Congress that Hutchison-Whampoa would be no threat to commerce or national security and the company secured a 25-year renewable lease.

Incidentally, Nancy Dorn now holds the job of Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget, appointed by President Bush in December and confirmed in February. Her job responsibilities are "the preparation, management and administration of the federal budget."

SRECION IV: Mr. Li Ka-shing and The Chinese Communist Party

Li Ka Shing, who owns the "huge shipping firm Hutchison Whampoa Ltd. and the giant Far East investment firm Cheong Kong Holdings," was "also a 'member of the boards of directors of the China International Trust and Investment Corporation (CITIC)'," Charles R. Smith wrote February 27, 2006, for NewsMax. "CITIC is the bank of the Chinese army (People's Liberation Army, or PLA), providing financing for Chinese army weapons sales and Western technology purchases. CITIC is known to have set up Chinese arms front companies such as Poly Technologies….

SECTION V: Mr. Li Ka-shing and Asian "Triad" Organized Crime

Commerce Department documents also show that law enforcement agencies were very concerned about Li Ka Shing's connections to the Asian "Triad" organized crime gangs…

According to a recent biography entitled "Li Ka Shing," the billionaire formed a partnership with two leading members of the Asian Triad organized crime families, Robert Kwok and Henry Fok, to form the China International Trust Investment Company (CITIC). A Rand Corporation report on CITIC noted that the Beijing-based investment firm had acted as a front for Poly Technologies Inc., an arms manufacturer owned directly by the Chinese army…


President Mr. Bill Clinton was very pro-China.

Japanese Government then was also very pro-China, though it could not stop betrayal by the Chinese Communist Party who gave more priority with fostering and strengthening overt and covert ties with the U.S. and started to abuse anti-Japanese sentiment among Chinese people in order to avert their complaints and objections to the Chinese Government.

Compared with the Clinton Administration, the Bush Administration has been rather cool to China.

Yet, President Mr. Bush was embarrassed by the then Japanese Prime Minister Mr. Koizumi’s adhering to his public promise to go and worship at the Yasukuni Shinto Shrine in Tokyo, which Chinese leaders regarded as an act of glorifying the Empire of Japan’s invasion of Chine during and before WWII.

Nonetheless Prime Minister Mr. Koizumi went and worshipped at the Shrine every year, which requested him to take a special measure to maintain a better relationship with the Bush Administration.

For this reason, the Koizumi Administration fully supported the War on Terror and the Iraqi War, President Mr. Bush’s largest agenda and mission.

In other word, by fully supporting Mr. Bush’s War in Iraq, Mr. Koizumi carried out his mission to the Yasukuni Shinto Shrine without harming the Japan-US relationship.

And, as Chinese top leaders, super-rich people, and even gangsters are all pro-U.S. (for big money) and many US politicians, including former President Mr. Clinton, are very pro-China (for big money), Mr. Koizumi and his successor Mr. Shinzo Abe, the former prime minister of Japan, must have felt very strong pressure or request from America not to be very anti-China.

But, incumbent Japanese Prime Minster Mr. Yasuo Fukuda is reportedly doing well in handling Beijing so skillfully.

So, it is not the Bilderberg Group but the billion-bucks group consisting of super-rich people in China and the U.S. that has true influential power and effective functions.

As China and U.S. are shaking hands covertly, for Japan to become blindly friendly to China means becoming blindly friendly to the U.S., which is surely what Japanese liberals hate, very ironically.

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Mar 6:12 And they went out, and preached that men should repent.

Mar 6:13 And they cast out many devils, and anointed with oil many that were sick, and healed them.

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

The Kingdom of The Dollar (2)

The Kingdom of The Dollar (2)

Several years ago, I heard an old shoe shiner on the street of Tokyo saying, "Ah, I saw that; and Nagashima (a super baseball hero) was then a university student…"

The old shoe shiner looked greater than Mr. Shigeo Nagashima (a former, great boss of Hideki Matsui now of the New York Yankees) to me who must have looked like a cheap corporate employee in Tokyo.

The day after Bear Stearns shareholders approved the firm’s sale to JPMorgan Chase, the clubby men’s salon frequented by the fallen masters of the universe was buzzing as usual…

One of the shoe shiners at John Allen's said he still has “a lot” of Bear clients, but lately the tips are smaller. He used to get $5 dollars a shine—the service costs $4 individually—and now he gets $2 or $3…


Without crude oil, all plastic products and chemical goods around you would disappear. No paintings, decorations, and illuminations on the street will be possible.

Every vehicle in the air, on the sea, or above the ground will be forced to halt, since there are no fuels without crude oil as resources.

Most of your clothes would also disappear, since this is still the civilization of oil, iron, and electricity.

The weakening dollar also pushed up the price of commodities like oil and wheat, almost all of which are priced in dollars on global markets. When the dollar falls, commodity prices tend to rise, since the commodity must be repriced higher to maintain the same fundamental value. This makes commodities a useful hedge against the dollar, leading speculators and money managers to plow funds into the commodities market.

Keywords are “Weakening Dollar,” “Commodity Prices,” and “A Useful Hedge.”

And, hedge funds are now actually obliged to support the price level of New Stock Exchange, which must be the main indicator in computer software FRB staff are using and referring to every minute in office or at a ceratin salon.


Mr. Eisuke Sakakibara, who worked for Japan's Ministry of Finance for more than 20 years, most notably as vice minister of finance for international affairs, failed so often recently.

Mr. Sakakibara praised Mr. Lawrence Henry Summers so much in his book. Mr. Sakakibara changed his career to be an advisor for Lehman Brothers Japan, Inc. And, his prediction on an exchange rate of yen against the US dollar has never come true.

But, a nameless intellectual person in the Japanese society has been discussing economy and economics over the Internet very excellently, though elites might simply call such a person one of common people without any position in the governmental power structure.

According to this nameless pundit, an engineer who graduated from Tokyo Institute of Technology or a Japanese MIT, the theory of foreign exchange has changed as follows:

1) Theory developed in the era of the gold standard

2) Theory developed in the era driven by doll-based international trade

3) Theory introduced in the era when funds started to globally circulate

4) Theory corresponding to mega-scale investors globally moving money so rapidly

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Each theory of the respective era is, of course, based on a unique paradigm of the era.

And now as Mr. Sakakibara has turned to be a flag-waving supporter for promotion of Japan-India economic cooperation, a new theory designed to embrace huge funds China and India are now accumulating might come onstage.

Nonetheless, it is the foreign-exchange market that judges the weakness of the dollar. And the market also consists of human mind and heart.

Any conspiracy theory on the Sept. 11 Terror can affect the foreign-exchange theory and its underlying paradigm, since it has a psychological influence on players there.


You may not simply agree to my opinion that the 9/11 Conspiracy Theory has contributed the declining value of the dollar. Then check it below.

Is it a conspiracy or a coincidence? There is a long and tangled history between the Bush family and the elite of Saudi Arabia.

It begins in the 1970's in Houston, Texas, when George W. Bush was just starting out in his family's two businesses of politics and oil. The powerful - and very rich - Bin Laden family helped fund his first venture into oil.

The cozy friendship continued for decades. After a terrorist attack at a barracks in Saudi Arabia which killed 19 Americans, the bin Laden family received a multi-billion dollar contract to re-build. And incredibly, George Bush Sr. was in a business meeting at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Washington on the morning of September 11th with one of Osama Bin Laden's brothers.

Below is a timeline that details the relationship between the Bin Laden and Bush families that culminates in the tragic events of September 11th…

A meeting of prominent Saudis occurs in a Paris hotel. Among the attendees is the head of Saudi intelligence, Turki bin Faisal. They meet with a representative of al Qaeda and agree to extend the earlier arrangement made between the Saudi royal family and Osama bin Laden – whereby in return for cash, al Qaeda agrees not to attack inside Saudi Arabia.

The CIA produces an internal report that documents the numerous Saudi charities that are funding terrorists. Osama bin Laden's name is mentioned…

Now, Saudi Arabia is one of the Big Three, which includes Japan and China, underpinning the value of the US Dollar.

Accordingly, the potent AlQaeda-Saudi Arabia-the Bush Administration connection through money would psychologically force those concerned to get sick of the dollar dominance.

Since 2001, despite the shadow of the War on Terror so intensified, various US economic figures and indices, including sub-primed loan sales, have gone up exponentially.

But, in the darkness of market psychology, erosion must have been progressing, since one of the big dollar supporters, Saudi Arabia, looks like having extended financial facilities to enemies of America.

It can be one of decisive factors of a future catastrophe: the fall of the glory of the US Dollar.


Anyway, you need a paradigm change: Great are commoners but not elites.

Respect a shoe shiner but not an elite who is preparing two or five dollars in his pocket for a truthfully horrible service in terms of the Gospel.

(Yes, when I was young, whenever I heard the sound, "Mr. Lonely," being played in a radio program called “Jet Stream” or so featuring night music, I felt like flying in a jet plane to New York. In that era, one US dollars was fixed at 360 yen. Now, we may be in a transit period: from 120 yen per dollar to 60 yen per dollar. What do you think, Mlles.? )

Mat 25:24 Then he which had received the one talent came and said, Lord, I knew thee that thou art an hard man, reaping where thou hast not sown, and gathering where thou hast not strawed:

Mat 25:25 And I was afraid, and went and hid thy talent in the earth: lo, there thou hast that is thine.

Mat 25:26 His lord answered and said unto him, Thou wicked and slothful servant, thou knewest that I reap where I sowed not, and gather where I have not strawed:

Mat 25:27 Thou oughtest therefore to have put my money to the exchangers, and then at my coming I should have received mine own with usury.

Mat 25:28 Take therefore the talent from him, and give it unto him which hath ten talents.

Mat 25:29 For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

In The Kingdom of The Dollar

In The Kingdom of The Dollar

Why did so many economic tragedies and crises happen in the past?

They did partially because of the lack of data for people living in each era to refer to, since their cases themselves were yet to become data of the past.

But, they did mainly because of their lack of respect to the God, which inevitably led to their ignorance of history.


Some Japanese experts have admitted that the US is apparently in stagflation.

Prices of crude oil and other commodities are increasing, due to money games by hedge funds supported by Saudi Arabia and the likes and also due to ever increasing demand in China and India for natural resources and foods.

US Consumers are buying less, due to damages caused by financial crimes such as the subprime loan schemes, making smaller sales and profits of businesses.

As predicted by some economists in the world late in the last year, the US economy has now entered the stage of stagflation.

But, it is OK. It is not destructive at all, since there is a principle of reaction even in economy which will stabilize a biased trend through supply-demand relationship and so on.

What’s more, the global economic framework bolstered by the dollar dominance will contain such wax and wane of living economy.

Money games can be ultimately controlled by the world governments; China and India will be ultimately disciplined; technological innovation, development of new energy sources, and enhanced coordination in global trade will ultimately contain a crisis caused by shortage of crude oil and foods (at least in the commodities market); and US consumers will enjoy new credit creation which will allow for credit buying as before, so long as the rest of the world continues to buy dollars and infuse money and funds into the US money market…

So, you must know the key is the value or glamour of the dollar.


If the dollar completely loses respect globally, things will be drastically different.

There are two issues, really, that pop up in discussions. The first centers on what effect a falling dollar might have on the American economy, which is already in a rather tenuous position. Conclusions about potential effects are far from uniform...

The other side of the dropping dollar coin is its effect on our trading partners, and particularly on those in Asia and the Middle East with massive dollar holdings...

Weaker dollars mean globally less respect for the U.S.

Japan, Saudi Arabia, and China will stop buying US Treasury Bonds or infusing funds to Wall Street.

US financial institutions cannot give munificent credit to consumers any more.

American citizens cannot borrow money from banks and businesses cannot rely on funding mechanism in the market.

It will be the end of American Dream for US citizens.

But, Americans can work and live humbly, say, at 40% of the living standard of the present one.

Of course, neither high-tech military nor costly NASA space exploration programs will be the thing of the past.

linhares wrote:
This is the US's largest problem. And it seems invisible to Americans. As a Brazilian who deeply knows what it's like to carry worthless money around, I'm praying for a miracle. But, as we know, that doesn't seem to do much good in economics.

There will be a rush from the dollar, bringing international panic, soon. I wouldn't be surprised to see the dollar lose over half its value (compared to gold or major currencies) before 2010. To mention that "imports are only 16 percent of GDP" is not to take into account the rising price of oil and other commodities. The inflationary pressures will be immense, as they always are. American exporters should not have much to celebrate, for their own economy will be in such a bad shape, that things they've taken for granted, such as credit, will cease to exist.

All of my investments have gone from the dollar to the Euro…

But most of all, I wonder when exactly did the US become a third world country

Indeed, rich men mean those who can enjoy provision of credit when or whenever they need it.

Poor men mean those who are not allowed necessary credit accommodation, like a third world country.


G7 this spring was very symbolic in performing function it is always supposed to do.

They decided to secure respect for the dollar.

But whatever the cause, the dollar has steadied, and even climbed a bit, since the group issued its communiqué on April 11. The dollar fell 7.28% against the euro between Jan. 1 and the G-7 meeting. Since then, the dollar has recovered 2.55% against the euro. Likewise, the dollar tumbled 8.76% against the Japanese yen between New Year’s and the G-7 meeting, and has gained 2.30% since then

“We believe that the euro, globally speaking, is overvalued,” French Prime Minister Francois Fillon told reporters during a visit to Washington last week.

The U.S. authorities repeat ad nauseam that the dollar is too weak and that the U.S. economy deserves a stronger dollar,” Mr. Fillon said. “We need to find together a way to make sure that this happens in fact.”

But, there are two types of people in the U.S.: the poor and the rich.

The rich may be happy as they see FRB busy sustaining the value of the dollar with international cooperation.

But, what about the effect on poor Americans?

have watched the Senate questioning the “Energy Secretary”???. This guy is a complete idiot!! did anyone watched last night? He has absolute no clue of the present reality. My opinion is that we have allowed our politicians to break away from the reality by giving them all they needed and this are the results: economy down the tubs, dollar does not worth crap,and we still seating on our hands and watching how the government and the Fed stealing money out of our pockets!!!

Please wake up and act upon!!!until is not to late!!!Impeach the pres/v.p and all the corrupt government members!!

Get rid of Bernanke and Paulson. They destroying the US!!
Comment by Future?? - May 23, 2008 at 12:26 pm

The gap between the super rich and moderate rich is also getting bigger in the U.S.

The super rich are those whose interests are first taken into consideration by FRB.

And, it is a big surprise that American voters are now going to vote for either of Presidential candidates who don’t dare to discuss the function and mission of FRB.


There is an interesting conspiracy theory on FRB.

A Japanese photo-journalist has been discussing this issue on his site.

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FRB must have turned a blind eye by intent to the illegal subprime-loan sales schemes widely spreading among US consumers.

It is because FRB tried to artificially cause or generate the Mighty Depression.

Through the new Depression, FRB intended to have financial institutions fall into a critical situation so as to realize financial oligarchy.

(Even not in the Depression, it is expected 200,000 or so employees in the US financial sector will be dismissed in a year or two.)

But, when this Depression is over, FRB and a small number of major banks and security companies are expected to further consolidate their power base.

Yet, in order to rescue former FRB chairman Mr. Greenspan, FRB has stopped the execution of this subprime loan-triggered Great Depression scenario.

Maybe, President Mr. Bush might have interfered, since this is the year of the Presidential Election.

Regardless of authenticity of this conspiracy theory, the value of the dollar is still a big issue.

And, I do not think that FRB people are smart enough to protect, keep, or revive the glory of the US Dollar.

I really do not, since they do not love God and history enough.

(Not only the US Dollar but also the Euro and the Yen can be your one-way ticket to the hell.

Exchange the dollar with the sea, the Euro with the sky, and the Yen with the sun, so that you can be loved in the Kingdom of the God. )

Luk 21:25 And there shall be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth distress of nations, with perplexity; the sea and the waves roaring;

Luk 21:26 Men's hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.

Luk 21:27 And then shall they see the Son of man coming in a cloud with power and great glory.

Monday, June 16, 2008

Ongoing Presidential Election Reviewed

(From Tokyo Bay to the middle reaches of the Holy Arakawa River)

Ongoing Presidential Election Reviewed

Indeed, a day can be bloody sometimes, if we are so pious.

But, a heart of stone never knows tears, blood, and sweat in self-sacrifice for any romantic cause including amor patriae.

SECTION I: Presidential Candidate Mr. Obama

On Friday, Mr. Obama said he would co-sponsor a bill, with Senator Evan Bayh, Democrat of Indiana, that his campaign said would address the “national epidemic of absentee fathers.” If passed, the legislation would increase enforcement of child support payments and strengthen services for domestic violence prevention.

"No Black Children to be Left Behind" must be Mr. Barack Obama’s agenda.

He has to concentrate on welfare of African Americans as his number one priority in addition to domestic violence prevention, since American voters in the primaries have voted for him mainly because he is one of African Americans but not because he has certain friends in the Bliderberg Conference members.

SECTION II: Presidential Candidate Mrs. Clinton

The same too can be said of the sporting tactic of “playing to win rather than playing not to lose.” Clinton, as did Oscar de la Hoya, is “playing not to lose” rather than “playing to win.”

John Edwards and Barack Obama are still playing to win in Iowa. They are still scoring points. They will do so until the bell rings in Iowa…

Case in point: This week Benazir Bhustto was assassinated in Pakistan. Clinton has been a very harsh and outspoken critic of President Pervez Musharraf. The dynamics are myriad concerning the United States’ foreign policy in regard to Pakistan in the future, especially in light of Bhutto’s assassination and its aftershocks in Pakistan. When asked for a comment about the murder of Bhutto in Pakistan, Clinton refused to answer and walked away.

Even though she has nothing to say, her actions speak a million words…

Be assured that if Clinton is elected to the Presidency you can expect the same result in Pakistan, given her past rhetoric concerning Musharraf, that Carter gave the world with his injudicious insistence that the Shah of Iran step down and turn over power to the Ayatollah Khomeini, thus being the direct causation of the United States’ precarious relationship with Iran for the past 30 years concluding with the current situation with Ahmadinejad and the prospect of Iran becoming nuclear…

If some key voters have weighed the capability any female president can at most exert facing a national crisis, such as the possible Iran War, it may be very reasonable for them to abandon the idea of imposing such a nightmare-like burden on Mrs. Clinton.

(It will not be like Mrs. Thatcher’s Falkland War, so technical but not critical, with the U.S. behind.)

Anyway, it must be noted that it is remarkable that the first full-scale female candidate for US Presidency has carried out her mission for a year or two without a fatal mistake and a horrific taint.

It is because everybody now admits that she is the very honor student leaving Bill and George behind on the campus of an Ivy League college or an elite college in England.

SECTION III: Statistics Tell Everything

Top Individual Contributors to 527 Committees, 2008 Election Cycle:

Money gamers, real-estate sellers, Las Vegas businessmen, oil dealers, and who else do you want?

Will American voters be proud with any winner after the election of this November while the winner will be obliged to respect those contributors, namely money handlers, housing loan sellers, sinful entertainers, and oil speculators?


No rich man or woman must be allowed to assume office as US President is my recommendation to poor American voters.

Such people should be surely left behind in the race.

At Harvard Business School, thirty years ago, George Bush was a student of mine. I still vividly remember him. In my class, he declared that "people are poor because they are lazy." He was opposed to labor unions, social security, environmental protection, Medicare, and public schools. ..

President Bush and his brain, Karl Rove, are leading a radical revolution of destroying all the democratic political, social, judiciary, and economic institutions that both Democrats and moderate Republicans had built together since Roosevelt's New Deal.

On the other hand, from a military and national security standpoint, it can be admitted that President Mr. Bush has so far succeeded in preventing another Sept. 11-type terror attack on mainland America.

Indeed, Mr. Bush must have a channel to reach Mr. Osama bin Laden through his financial friends in New York or Houston, Saudi Arabian super-rich men, Arab Islamic leaders, Islamic financiers to the bin Ladens and their friends still close to Mr. Osama bin Laden.

If Mr. Obama is elected as US President, he may still need Mr. Bush’s network.

If Mr. John McCain is elected, will Mr. Bush introduce him to his network?

I am wondering about these delicate transactions, since the Iranian War must be avoided even if another 9/11 Terror Attack is set off, say again in New York or Washington D.C., in 2009, 2010, 2011, or 2012.

[Appendix - My analysis on the Spet. 11 Terror is that President Mr. George W. Bush had not ordered or asked AlQaeda to attack the WTC towers and the Pentagon but had left it to be carried out, while some CIA reports showed clear prior-evidence of the attack plan having been formulated, as its possible target seemed to be a US embassy in Africa, a US Navy ship on the Indian Ocean, or at worst the headquarters of US Central Command in Florida, in order to leverage the result of the then possible terror for his own cause: the War in Iraq or the eradication of Saddam Hussein.]

(By the way, what do you think about this “Be My Baby” of the Japanese version, so foolish like some Japanese women alone in their 30’s displaying their delicate lives on TV?[]=114562 )

Mat 22:1 And Jesus answered and spake unto them again by parables, and said,

Mat 22:2 The kingdom of heaven is like unto a certain king, which made a marriage for his son,

Mat 22:3 And sent forth his servants to call them that were bidden to the wedding: and they would not come.

Mat 22:4 Again, he sent forth other servants, saying, Tell them which are bidden, Behold, I have prepared my dinner: my oxen and my fatlings are killed, and all things are ready: come unto the marriage.

Mat 22:5 But they made light of it, and went their ways, one to his farm, another to his merchandise:

Mat 22:6 And the remnant took his servants, and entreated them spitefully, and slew them.

Mat 22:7 But when the king heard thereof, he was wroth: and he sent forth his armies, and destroyed those murderers, and burned up their city.

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Very Untitled

Very Untitled

This morning I heard a grandmother scolding and teaching a grand daughter visting her from a distance.

I saw a young Japanese woman making creative gardens based on a method she learnt in England to be thanked by children.

But, I cannot be absent if with a cold on this pleasant day of June...

(Ah, folks, they don't read the Bible.
They don't read books.

They are abusing poor people believing in civilization.
They are abusing voters being deprived of information.

It accounts for 90% of their mind: living a life of material pleasure.
It accounts for 10% of their mind: making their sinful lives secure.

That is why such a miracle happened on the street in Tokyo.
That is why it once happened in the campus of Virginia Tech.

But love can be proved by a strange interference even by you sometimes.
It is ironically because everything can look completely dark sometimes. )

Mat 6:15 But if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.