Monthly Archives: June 2016

On Brexit: What’s next?

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The British people said “YES” to their BREXIT. Afterwards, all the investors in the global market were extremely surprised and the financial markets collapsed. USD/JPY rate reached even 99 Yen yesterday, which reminded Japanese business leaders of nightmare they had from 2009 to 2012. Well, this is the new reality and even the gate to the new era.

The fact all the investors were totally surprised by this “grass-root type of democratic decision” by the British people can be herewith pointed out, because my most important alliance partner, Mr. HKD, who dedicates himself to statistical analysis with super-algorithm kindly showed his analysis, which negatively indicated to BREXIT. According to his statistical analysis, not June 23/24, but the end of July could be critical, for which we should be prepared. His statistical analysis is based on objective data of investors’ behavior in the market. Before the result of BREXIT referendum came out, all the investors stack to their “rational” prognosis that BREXIT wouldn’t be realized.

As for me, I’ve been pointed out it’s not BREXIT per se but making volatilities that matters. In addition, accelerated “global cooling” due to current climate change may have motivated the British leadership to hold such a referendum at this critical moment. Of course, the British leaders never opened it to the public, but they obviously indicated they intend to go out of the islands to any other locations where they won’t suffer from “climate cooling”. You can understand almost everything, which happens right now in the global community, with this way of thinking.

I became aware of this British intention, when I attended an international conference in Shanghai in May, 2008. In the conference, significant guys in the financial and academic world enthusiastically discussed the question where the location of the next financial center in Asia should be. The Chatham House led the discussion, while officials from US Treasury were merely allowed to participate in the discussion. Spontaneously, I felt it was the British intention that tried to shape something significant and quite new indeed in Shanghai.

Afterwards, there was a series of realities I’ve been facing in terms of Shanghai. For example, David Marsh, one of the global financial narrative makers and insider of the City of London, frequently visited Shanghai and Beijing before the Shanghai Stock market abruptly collapsed in the last summer. What the government of PRC did afterwards was exactly measures which were recommended by David Marsh and his OMFIF, an influential de facto entity of the City of London.

Last but not the least, the Vatican recently decided to establish diplomatic relationship with PRC, while the Cardinal in Shanghai is selected jointly by them. Thanks to oral history given by a legendary Japanese banker closely related to the House of Rothschild, I knew Panama it the country which was used as safe haven by the Vatican at least in 1980s. And the so-called “Panama papers” revealed. I finally realized what has been done in terms of global money by the Vatican. They may have tried to change the root step by step, so that they can secure their assets and adapt themselves to emerging realities we’ll face.

Combining these facts, I’ve been anticipating in advance BREXIT would come true. Because of accelerated climate change, particularly with cooling weather, the City of London will move to somewhere in or near the southern hemisphere, where they can enjoy warm climate. To make it happen, every measures shall be both officially and unofficially executed. By allowing people on the street to vote in the referendum, they were, in fact, forced to commit themselves to this strategy while believing in a typical noble lie, “You can decide your own future by yourselves.” Of course, MI5’s covert actions may have played effective role in this regard. Remember the assassination of MP Jo Cox.

Well, I actually didn’t know in advance it would be realized at this juncture, however, once BREXIT was decided, the global community will be pushed forward according to the City of London’s strategy furthermore: In some big cities in continental Europe, Islamic terrorist attacks will simultaneously kill a huge number of innocent people. And “global cooling” will hit both Britain and continental Europe , so that the people will finally realize what they should do right now and rush for emigration to other “warm” parts of the world. HSBC, one of the most leading global financial institutions will make a final decision to get back to Shanghai, which will clearly indicate that the global macro is to be reshaped for the new era. The global money will be poured into Tokio via Shanghai, which will then accelerate stagflation dramatically in Japan. The moment of truth in terms of Japan’s default will tick.

Brexit is not the end of the story, but only the beginning of the new world order we have just begun to face. I myself think the next step must be a collapse of the UNITED kingdom by Scotland’s political claim for its independence and remain in EU. The question for the Queen Elizabeth is whether she should resign or move to Canada, where she legally enjoys “personal union”. Stay tuned.

 

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A very short information on what was done in terms of Japanese high technology to detoxify tritiated water in Fukushima. The Japanese Cabinet Research Office is said to control all the things, and it decided to connect QEI with some of Japanese leading heavy electric machinery company, so that an experimental reactor will be built up as soon as possible. To be continued.

Do the Right Thing. Good-bye, Tritiated Water in Fukushima.

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Last night, my elder friend who’s been working on a super high technology kindly sent me an eMail, which extremely surprised me. His company called “QEI” has been developing, as I said, a super high technology jointly with one of the esteemed laboratories at the TOHOKU University in Sendai, which can be both converted to cold fusion and used to decompose tritiated water emitted by the First Nuclear Power Plant in Fukushima.

As you might know, dear readers, I’ve been collaborating with this Japanese ambitious venture company and advocating its technological development for the future of Japan. Experts in both the Government of Japan and academia are already quite aware of the fact that there is only ONE technology which can perfectly solve the issue of tritiated water emittance in Fukushima after the Great East Japan earthquake in 2011. That’s the technology developed by the QEI located in Samukawa/Kanagawa. The technology is internationally acknowledged and well accepted. For example, the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) offered to introduce the technology to an American nuclear energy company, while US Department of Energy and Navy currently approached to the company to ask it NOT to further develop the technology WITOUT them. It sounds extremely ironical, but it’s true. Anyway, American scientists in both governmental and private sectors have already endorsed the technological achievements of QEI without any reservation, as far as I know.

BUT: The point is ONLY the government of Japan has never acknowledged the super high technology so far, and pretended as if there were not such a technology as the ultimate solution of the nuclear issue in Fukushima. Of course, the government officials of METI and a series of scientists connected with them have been well informed of the existence of the technology, which is capable of converting tritiated water to enriched tritium and hydrogen. Enriched tritium can be easily stored and detoxified within only 100 years, while you can make use of the hydrogen as energy of the new era.

On January 2 in the last year, I personally paid a courtesy call to PM Shinzo ABE and talked with him for 40 minutes, where I tried to explain to him thoroughly what the technology is and why the GOJ immediately shall support its development of the sake of both the whole Japanese and global community. He nicked but just said, “Well, thank you. That’ll be exciting, and I’ll pass your documents to Mr. IMAI, my secretary in charge”. Nothing happened since then. Yes, NOTHING. However, the venture company has kept on working for not its own interest but the global common.

The METI is said to have been recently instructed to set up a new task force for “ultimate” solution of the tritiated water issue in Fukushima by the forthcoming September. Experts invited to the task force to be built up are said to have finally agreed on the fact that only the super high technology of QEI, a mere Japanese venture company, can save Japan and the global community in terms of the tritiated water. The company executives will be invited on June 24 to an intensive official interview in METI. The process which should have been launched much earlier will begin at last.

Well, I’d say to all: JUST DO THE RIGHT THING. STICK TO IT WHATEVER HAPPENS. ONLY WHAT SHALL BE DONE WILL GET A BREAKTHROUGH AT LAST. The TOYO KEIZAI, one of the leading publishers on economy, banned my article on this technology in 20112 and de facto excluded me from its author’s circle. As soon as the final decision of the GOJ will be made sooner or later to accept the technology officially, I’ll get back to the publisher to ask it to restore my impaired reputation in the Japanese public. Stay tuned. And if you want to contact the venture company, don’t hesitate to ask my institute to connect yourself with it.

 

Cryptocurrency and its relevance to local economies’ future in Japan.

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The MUFG, the biggest financial group in Japan, has just started a “blitzkrieg” in terms of cryptocurrency. It leaked a strategic intentions to further develop its own cryptocurrency and will even pour it to the real market from the forthcoming autumn. To be honest, the majority of the Japanese does know there is cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, which is already circulated among both innovators and early adopters in the financial market, but never think of using and holding them by him- and herself. Nevertheless, the situation is just dramatically due to the MUFG’s blitzkrieg. Almost all the Japanese retail customers are forced to take into consideration whether they should jump into the world of cryptocurrencies in the very near future.

This is a quite simple and extremely obvious fact you can find in the reality, however, nobody seems to realize it in the Japanese “local” markets, I think. This week, I visited Matsuyama in the SHIKOKU region and further prepared with HA, my colleagues in charge from a southern island with unforgettable natural beauty, for launching my institutes’ seminar to local company executives and entrepreneurs. Even though we succeeded to gather relevant information to build up our project in the local society, those whom we talked to still hesitate to cooperate with us so far. While they obviously seem to show their great interest in our project, they still hesitate to accept our offer for collaboration and never say “Yes” to authorize the project. Instead of doing so, they keep on the typical Japanese strategy “Wait and see” and ask my institute to give them information as much as possible. Well, it’s quite Japanese way of treating “L’Etranger”: The local people are extremely polite to foreigners but never let them into the local community.

Unfortunately, they are about to be forced to change the attitude. Well, let’s say, within two years ahead. Why? The answer is implied by the second announcement MUFG recently made: The mega bank officially admitted to their intension to give up its special status for underwriting of GOJ’s securities. This “blitzkrieg” simply indicates how the lading bankers in Japan think of the future of JGB currently. It’s just extremely negative, I must say.

Getting back to Japanese local economies, what should be done right now is quite obvious: The local economies totally rely on JGB’s future either directly or indirectly. Thanks to the brilliant past of industrial developments till 1980s even in the local markets and political strategy of dependency afterwards on financial contribution of GOJ (central government) to the local societies, Japanese local banks still hold huge amount of deposit exclusively in the form of JGB. Since time’s begun to tick towards the moment of truth in an accelerated manner, the leadership of local banks actually dare to change their previous customer strategies to tell the truth and lead their own customers to both innovate and become entrepreneurs with new ideas, products and services. And sooner or later, all the local money will have to be changed to cryptocurrencies, facing the hard fact called “default of national debt” in Japan. Without doing so, the value of local people’s asset will drastically decline de facto to “zero”, because it is supported only by the value of JPY, and JPY’s value is supported by JGB, which is to be defaulted officially.

Cryptocurrencies are based only on mutual trust in P2P and has nothing to do with governments. Once cryptocurrencies will be circulated as substitution of JPY, all the infrastructure we’re making use of has to be changed as soon as possible. In this regard, it’s not localities but financial reality that really matters.

This just gives both local company executives and entrepreneurs rare opportunities. They have been disadvantaged because the Japanese economy has been centralized and politics for coordination of economic interest also has been so. The on-going financial revolution endorsed by cryptocurrencies is about to turn the card once and for all. Typical Japanese mentality of dependency on the central authorities is forced to be changed because the revolutionary change to P2P society based on cryptocurrencies decisively empower not the central government but the localities to build up network style of new economy instead of the previous centralized one.

Wise men in the ancient Roman time said: “Take the fortune by the forelock”. My colleagues of the institute and I sincerely hope more and more local company executives and entrepreneurs will dare to break out of their own “invisible shell” in our seminar dedicated to this purpose and begin to lead the future in the local economies in Japan.

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The End of Big Corporates’ Era.

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All over the world, big corporates are negatively “booming”, while they’re causing scandalous affairs one after another. Particularly in the Japanese automobile industry, Mitsubishi Motors and Suzuki are harshly criticized because of their corporate misbehaviors. Besides Japan, Volkswagen, one of the German leading companies, has been accused of falsification of data. Well, we’re living in the era of corporate compliance violations.

People tend to pick up the very person in these companies, who’s allegedly in charge of misbehaviors. Based on that, they also tend to discuss how to strengthen corporate compliance. Facing these social trends, employees of big corporates are more and more discouraged to be creative and stop thinking innovatively. For them, it’s the best way to survive in the office by doing absolutely nothing both creative and innovative.

However, misery will be coming soon. To get along with accelerated deflation and strengthened compliance, company executives just replace their employees with robots and artificial intelligence. The reason is quite simple: Robots controlled by AI don’t tell lies and do misbehaviors. It’s the human beings that matter. That’s it.

As you immediately see, “big corporates attached with not sufficient human employees but robots” can’t turn out to be the ultimate solution to what we’re facing in the global economy. Strengthening code of conduct in big companies leads the employees simply to shrink. Instead of doing so, company executives have to find out the real root of what their big corporates are scandalously facing.

From my viewpoints, there are two things we have to tackle as soon as possible. The one is corporate “lifecycle”, another is building up “innovative ecosystems” with SMEs.

As it’s the case for the humankind, corporates as aggregate of workforce also have their own “lifecycle”. After being led by their founders as “charisma”, corporates usually begin transition to the next stage, when they are managed by written missions and visions. As long as workers remember what the founders verbally instructed face to face, this second stage really work. However, once the institutional memory vanishes, it simply stops functioning. As it’s often the case for big corporates, workforce in the next third stage just stick to written “rules”, like bureaucrats. Without both any objections and thoroughly reflexing what they are originally meant to be, the workers obey the written rules. For them, to stop thinking in the office is the best way to survive effectively. Of course, productivity and profitability are totally forgotten. Gradually, big corporates begin to collapse.

For my surprise in discussions of B20, global business leaders don’t rely on big corporates any more to get rid of the global economy’s current turmoil. Both innovative and ambitious SMEs are locked on, because they are still capable of absorbing global money, which are massively pumped into the market by central bankers. B20 is officially entitled to recommend policy agenda to G20, while the current recommendations highlight preferable measures for SMEs as the last engine to boost the global economy. Nobody talks about interest of big corporates. Well, “NOBODY”.

Having said that, the on-going shock wave of big corporates’ scandalous affairs I touched upon beforehand doesn’t seem to a natural phenomenon. To give SMEs much more opportunities, big corporates are being just pushed out and thrown away from the market’s mainstream. Only their company executives are unaware of this irreversible trend in the global community.

Is there any solution left for the big corporates? I believe, “YES”. Positively unprecedented leadership is urgently needed to open up big corporates and empower their workforce to be both innovative and creative. Make them become aware of the genesis of their own company. Only by remembering what was done in the corporates history, they can be sensitive to what’s happening right now and figure out what should be done right now. Open innovations with ambitious and highly motivated SMEs with enormous talents rescues big corporates.

Because accelerated deflation is caused by both irregularity of solar activities and dramatic climate change all over the world, company executives of big corporates can’t combat these phenomena as such. What they can do is only accept this new reality and lead their workforce in accordance with that. Robots and AI can neither innovate nor make decisions. Therefore, big corporates’ executives are obliged to make decisions to make their employees most innovative, before they’ll be involved in fatal scandals.

To wrap up, I’d say, it’s time for ending the era of big corporates. They can’t be saved any more, conditioned that they don’t realize this. For SMEs, the new era, which is just beginning, is extremely promising. Which one do you prefer, collapsing big corporates or rising SMEs?