Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Ultimate Rescue Fund for the Humankind.


Having successfully held a meeting with my friends in Hong Kong in terms of how to make the world “peaceful”, I tried to get in touch with one of my mentors in Tokyo yesterday. The purpose to meet him was quite simple: To get his assistance and advice to move forward with my friends in HK. To be honest, I fully agree with them on the aim of the project we’ve been pursuing so far, however its methodology per se isn’t always convincing at all. My mentor, who’s one of the esteemed and leading scientific engineers and well known rather in the global community than in Japan, carefully listened to what I explained. And he asked me one simple question: “Well, is the Chinese woman whose name is written in documents you show me Taiwanese national?”

After having got my short answer to this question, he didn’t recommend me to work on the project but recognized its significance. Since he’s quite aware of the existence of an ultimate rescue fund. Furthermore, he knows it in detail and particularly who controls it. According to what he discussed with these guys, who are, by the way, not citizens of one single nation, he clearly pointed out our approach isn’t appropriate and never reach the goal to restore the world’s security and prosperity.

What should be done instead? As you might know, I’m convinced of “Pax Japonica” coming ahead. To my surprise, my mentor agreed on it without any reservation and even expressed the reason why. “Imagine, Mr. Harada, the ultimate secret will reveal that not other countries such as the States but Japan, our mother country, holds the overwhelming huge amount asset and is indeed capable of handling it by herself. If it’s the case, every single state in other parts of the globe will automatically obey what Japan suggests and proposes. It’s money that matters.”

In the context of our original “project”, we intended to seek the opportunity to involve the house of the most significant banker in the western tradition. Nevertheless, my mentor didn’t recommend me to do so, because the house is rather subordinated to the ultimate rescue fund for the whole humankind. “Because the house’s power became a little bit big meanwhile, it was excluded from the human network of those who are entitled to control the fund. Since then, the house turns out to be rather hostile to the fund from time to time”, he said.

Spontaneously, I asked him why the fund isn’t disbursed right now, while the accelerated economic turmoil has been leading the whole world to the age of total volatilities. Let’s take the Japanese example. The newly elected ABE administration doesn’t know what to do to rescue the nation. To my question, my mentor, who implied even his direct involvement in the fund, indicated his intention to watch a little bit more how far the turmoil will last due to both misconducts and inappropriate decisions of Japanese politicians. “But”, he said, “the ultimate rescue fund for the human civilization, which was originally initiated by the former Great Britain, will be switched on at the very last stage of the on-going story. You must be quite sure of the plan.”

The question is who will be asked to implement the plan related with the ultimate plan. According to my mentor’s words, it’s the Japanese Imperial House that is determined to play such a role, even though Japan pretends to suffer from her historical burden of national debt. Once the fund will be disbursed, the debt will be swept away once for all. Meanwhile, the above mentioned original controllers keep on carefully selecting those who may lead members of the Japanese Imperial House to the “right direction”. “It’s a kind of the hardest examination you have to pass in the world”, he pointed out, and added how significant words and phrases of some Japanese political philosophers just before the MEIJI-restoration, such as SHOZAN SAKUMA and SANAI HASHIMOTO, who were simultaneously activists and wanted to renew both Japan and the world order.

“In this regard, you shall always remember the Latin proverb: Bene qui latuit, bene vixit”, he kindly said. The ultimate rescue fund, which will soon enable Japan to lead the global community, is said to be controlled by this simple rule. By mentioning, “I really enjoy your institution’s monthly report you kindly send me”, my mentor implied me what to do from now on. Thanks to the conversation with him, the new era of my life begins. God bless all of you.

All about Counterfeiting in Japan and Asia.


Recently, a tiny article published in Sankei Shimbun, a Japanese conservative paper, drew my attention. It reported a Japanese man in middle age was arrested in the international airport in Taipei because of his attempt to bring a huge amount of “faked” JPY out of the border.
Maybe, you don’t care this, because you must be quite familiar with articles on the same matter: Counterfeited banknotes in Asia. From “faked” USD with par value of “1 million” printed in 1928 to “counterfeited” JPY printed with portrait of SHOTOKU-TAISHI, there are various types of counterfeiting founded in Asia.
Nevertheless, you’ll miss the point, when you’re not careful enough to find out the fact these counterfeited banknotes have been seized by authorities mainly in either southern parts of China or Taiwan. How come does it these locations to become “hot spots “of counterfeiting?
As I researched all about “counterfeiting” allegedly by DPRK, for example, “supernotes”, some years ago and dared to publish a book on this matter in Japan, a German famous expert kindly told me how “counterfeiting” exactly works in the modern world. According to his explanation, it’s not counterfeiting but special purposes behind it that matters. Actually, almost all the delicately counterfeited banknotes are authentic and genuine indeed. But they can’t be circulated in the market. Why?
As I mentioned beforehand, it’s every single special purpose behind counterfeiting that really matters. Leadership of US and Japan has been fully aware of the fact descendants of former Chinese dynasties have been inheriting hidden treasure from the ancient time and asked them to borrow a part of the treasure. As security for lending, the US and Japan leaders have offered banknotes and government bonds particularly printed for this special purpose. However, once they succeed to get money from the poor Chinese former royal families, the governments of both US and Japan abruptly deny the authenticity of these banknotes and government bonds. It’s a state-sized fraud, I must say.


The Parallel World of Japan


In order to identify someone else who you are, you always have something to be shown. Whether it is an ID card or an officially registered fingerprint, that doesn’t matter. The important thing is rather that just “claiming verbally who you are “ isn’t enough to identify who you are. You can’t disagree on such a simple rule.

However, when it comes to identification of throne holder, it becomes suddenly complicated. Normally, we believe it’s obvious who King or Queen is. Nevertheless, their faces as such shown and known publicly aren’t enough to make sure they are entitled to hold the throne. To show the entitlement, King and Queen have to hold some symbols and tools which they succeeded from predecessors. A royal crown is just one example in this regard.

This is also the case for the Japanese Imperial House. To proclaim you’re the Emperor of Japan, you automatically have to prove you own three Sacred Treasures: Mirror, Sword and Jewels. Yes, this is the common sense in the Japanese society. Nobody doubts this story’s authenticity.

BUT, are you really sure that ONLY these three treasures are what you need to be identified as the Japanese Emperor? Is there anything else to be added to the list? Of course, nobody is de facto allowed to discuss such a “stupid” matter in mass media. However, “We doubt, therefore we are”, wise men say. Shall we start to rethink what the truth shows us?

A mentor of mine, who’s deepen his experience and thoughts to this direction, told me the ultimate truth recently: There IS the fourth treasure which is indispensable to identify you to be the genuine Japanese Emperor. It’s a tea scoop made by fragrant wood originally possessed in SHOSOUIN(正倉院)in Nara. Without showing you have this fourth treasure added to other three, you can’t prove to be the authenticity of the successor of the Japanese Imperial House.

Now, you may wonder who actually possesses this fourth one. Don’t hesitate call the Imperial Household Agency to ask the question, if your own identification needs to be deleted in official documents of Japanese authority. Anyway, the truth is truth, which nobody can’t deny. Please be always reminded of this simple fact, which is never explained to you in the Japanese public. When you’ll succeed to find out the possessor of the fourth one, you’ll immediately get into the publicly unknown “parallel world” of Japan.

On Predicting the Future.


Today, our institute celebrates to release its new scenario on global macro and geopolitical risks called “Caerus”. It’s written temporarily only in Japanese, however, if asked by foreign colleagues, I’ll perhaps release the English version by updating in the very near future.

To be honest, I didn’t professionally intend to predict the future, when I opened my institute 9 years ago in Tokio. Without becoming aware of my own mission and destiny, I just tried to write down directly what I felt and thought. In the course of time, I realized gradually what I’ve been doing: I’m capable of feeling risks are approaching and can’t help making others around me be prepared for them. The only way for me to do so is writing and delivering speeches. That’s exactly what I’ve done thanks to assistance of colleagues in my office.

Predicting the future is a tough job, I must say. People tend to say it’s just impossible as long as we are human beings with limited abilities to anticipate the future. Experts often refer to “cognitive bias” which theoretically hinders us from realizing things ahead. Nevertheless, I’ve been continuing to brush up my prediction and successfully reached the stage where you can basically rely on what I predict.

For this purpose, I additionally attempt to include some other essential capabilities than just making logical trees of possible causes and results towards the future. First of all, I’ve got to know my closest alliance partner, Mr. HKD, in the financial market, who’s the top static analyst with ultramodern algorithm. We’ve been steadily discussing what’s done and is going to happen all over the world. By comparing his static analysis with my analysis of open sources on daily base, I always keep on revising my future scenario. It’s a kind of ultramodern collaboration between artificial intelligence and human brains.

Secondly, synchronicity led me to get in touch with my mentor living in Fukagawa/Hokkaido, who’s a master of “Ying-yang” from the Japanese ancient time. He kindly advised me how to adapt myself to the nature and atmosphere () per se and made me practice his traditional method. As long as I can keep my position where I successfully adjust my both psychological and physical conditions to the nature, it’s what I’m thinking and feeling right now that will take place in the reality. In other words, I know the fact “imagination” makes the future realities.

Last but not the least, I’ve been working on expanding human network, which delivers to me essential classified information from time to time. Of course, I now have no official capacity and titles, which usually allow someone to connect himself to governmental classified information. What I have is, again, only my outstanding capability to feel synchronicity which connects me one by one with those who help me to move forward to the right direction. Since I met Ms. AM from Senshu/Osaka in 2002, I became aware that I have this capability. And I already know I’ll get together with her once more between 2018 and 2020, while both of us will take seats at the table for Japan-US negotiation.

Anyway, I keep on feeling the future, therefore I’m writing. Let’s see whether my destiny will open up Japan’s future towards “Pax Japonica”. Stay tuned.


All We Need Is “Overcoming the Modern”.


Yesterday, I visited an Exhibition on contemporary marketing in Tokyo Big Site with my colleague in charge. Actually, we didn’t want to see the exhibition per se, but take part in a special session where some Japanese experts of artificial intelligence (AI) delivered speeches on its current developments.

To be honest, it was extremely boring and disappointing indeed. Based on their professional firm belief that the “singularity” will come true within decades, they simply tried to persuade us to adapt ourselves to the “new reality” with AI. According to their explanations, we won’t survive without accelerated technological development of AI, and only what is left for us to accept this challenge without any objections and go along with AI, which is said to be becoming much clever than us.

Well, that sounds really good, guys. Nevertheless, my smart colleague HA and I left the room even before the ending of their speeches, because they pointed out one thing that I could hardly understand: One of the experts who’s actually the “star” in this sector, told a story in terms of how to make AI write a novel. During the experiment, he gave a series of texts to AI, and AI decided to line them up randomly, as if that had been written by a human author. The expert praised the experiment was so successful that every human author will be replaced by AI sooner or later.

Spontaneously, it occurred to me that this guy is an expert of not “art” but just “algorithm”. He’s not capable of explaining how to generate original “texts”, with which AI makes something like “novel”. As far as I correctly understand, it’s he as a human being that gives commandos to AI to line up his texts randomly. That’s never a proof to show us AI will be soon given its own creativity. As you may know, I’m author and have been writing thousands of sentences and texts. I’m wondering how I’m used to practice to “write”: I’m always given an image in my brain and try to delineate what it is. That’s it and exactly what I regard as “creativity”. Creativity means generating something from nothing. It’s neither static analysis nor algorithm.

On the way back from Tokyo Big site to my office located in Sengokuyama/Tokyo by taxi, I remembered the famous discourse Japanese leading thinkers had in the pre-wartime. It was called “discourse on overcoming the modern (近代の超克)”. From time to time, I got back to what they discussed in 1930s and 1940s in this regard and stuck myself to develop the results of that. So far, I couldn’t decide to which direction I should move forward, however, I’m feeling I’ve finally got it.

The discussion on “singularity” AI is said to bring about and the reality we’ve been experiencing in the global community clearly show the dichotomy we, all the human beings are commonly facing. AI never votes for “Brexit”, because it’s not rational and against algorithm. But the reality is the people on the street in UK voted for self-exclusion from EU. Why? Because we, the human beings consist of both rationality and irrationality. Even the western philosophers in the modern time were quite aware of that and made effort to build up “philosophy of the life (Lebensphilosophie (F. Nietzsche)”. “Menschliches, allzu Menschliches” was their motto and reaction to exaggerated rationalism getting along with industrial revolutions. The latter is usually called modernism, which still controls the way of our thinking.

Proven by “Godel’s incompleteness theorems”, singularity will never come true. All the experts of AI know that, but pretend as if they can overcome the theory. What we should overcome is rather the naïve modernism symbolized by firm belief in technological development initiated by simple rationalism. All we need is therefore “overcoming the modern” as such. The decision for “Brexit” and other political phenomena we see nowadays (D. Trump’s rising and “AfD movement” in Germany, for example) are omens to show the dawn of the new human era. What we need is not algorithm but deep thought on seeking the reason why we were born, (have to) live and pass away. Such a single fact can’t be figured out by AI. Never ever.