Monthly Archives: February 2017

From Observer to Player.

Japanese Prime Minister Signs Treaty

Since I voluntarily jumped out from my previous position in the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs 12 years ago, I’ve been frequently asked why I did do so despite of my promised career in diplomacy. My answer to be given is always quite simple: I decided on, because I felt something irresistible was pushing me from the behind.

To be honest, I couldn’t figure out at that time what this “something” actually was. I simply felt it and made an irreversible decision to put myself into the synchronicity I could not see but just feel. Having done so, a series of events happened in my life, which has been leading me to the future step by step.

Eventually, I realize at this stage what I shall do. While serving as a career diplomat of GOJ, I participated in the global affairs just as an observer. Since the previous status of my country, Japan, has been limited in terms of sovereignty, we, the Japanese diplomats, haven’t been allowed to proactively contribute to the global community. What was left for us, was only to satisfy ourselves by being “observer”, which was permitted not to make its plan for the future happen, but just to observe what’s happening.

Because Japan will have to get back to her own original “unlimited” sovereignty by 2045, the global leadership obviously works on picking up those who are capable of understanding both the situation and destiny of Japan, and can lead the nation based on correct recognition of Japan’s future. From my viewpoint, this process of leadership selection in Japanese younger generations was started in 1990s and is just ended up in the last year. The designated younger leaders are now given authorized “tickets” towards the future, while they still have to do their “homework” within 10 years to reach the goal.

In short, these designated leaders are about to overcome the previous status of Japan as “observer” and change it to another one as “player”. That’s exactly why such a huge amount of off-balance-sheet assets is being realized in Japan to renew the whole nation. The genuine global leaders with long tradition both in Asia and Europe/America are now checking with great interest how the Japanese designated leaders will revolutionarily accomplish the world shift by beginning with total reform of Japan’s nation based on technological breakthrough.

Now, you may understand what I shall do from now on. I’ll have to adapt my own life to the new tasks given by the synchronicity. Whether I’ll reach the goal, “PAX JAPONICA”, or not, can be shown within the forthcoming 10 years by 2027. Stay tuned.


Why Does D. Trump Welcome PM Abe?


Japanese mass media are now showing a series of pictures taken during the recent visit of PM Shinzo Abe to the States. Donald Trump, US President, shows up his hospitality to the guest from the Far East. They seem to behave as if nothing negative happens between US and Japan. The Japanese mass media follow such a fabricated trend and delightedly show their pictures with their wives one after another, while US media remain awfully skeptical. Now, you may wonder how we should evaluate the results of PM Abes’s visit to D. Trump at this juncture. Let me pick up some points you may not miss in this regard.

First of all, the US President, Donald Trump, did welcome PM Shinzo Abe, because only the latter is officially entitled to deliver the invitation to be given audience by the Japanese Emperor. D. Trump might think Shinzo Abe just to be an essential “messenger” to the Japanese Imperial House, which the latter isn’t so actually due to his ambition against the Emperor. I suspect our Emperor did de facto participate in the process to pre-determine who should become the US President and financially supported D. T. in the aftermath. To expressly indicate his gratitude for the secret assistance, US President Trump urgently needs the invitation to the Imperial Court, which PM Shinzo Abe kindly brought to him.

Secondly, US President Trump shows the exaggerated hospitality to PM Abe, since Japan voluntarily gives up before fighting against the United States in the economic war to be made from now on. Based on the conventional rule of US intelligence community, those who are threatened and easily surrender, do not get anything from US. Those who don’t surrender despite of repeated threats from US, are to be accepted as “proud enemy” and treated appropriately by the US side. I’m quite confident PM Shinzo Abe will get involved more and more economic troubles with US to be caused by the Trump Administration, even though the Japanese Prime Minister simply begins to believe in “good faith” of Donald Trump which never exists.

Last but not least, the only target Donald Trump and his staffs are now aiming at is PRC and Xi Jinping. To make Xi Jinping become extremely jealous, Donald Trump showed up his excessive hospitality to Shinzo Abe, as his predecessor, Barak Obama, once did so to welcome Xi Jinping. This is the most strategic maneuver we’ve ever seen in events of the Trump Administration, which now waits and sees how the PRC government will react on PM Abe’s visit. The fact US President Trump sent the first official letter to Xi Jinping just before Abe’s visit to D.C. clearly shows D. T’s strategic intention not to Japan but to PRC, the ultimate “buddy” and “fabricated enemy” for US.

Until the Gorge W. Bush’s Administration, USG didn’t publicly hesitate to demand GOJ to transfer Japan’s national wealth to the States, which led to harsh reactions of the Japanese society increasingly. Particularly, some authors dared to publish books with their criticism against such a new type of creeping but invisible “imperialism” of the United States. In line of this previous trend, I myself published a book entitled “騙すアメリカ 騙される日本(Deceiving US and Deceived Japan)” in 2005, which was sold well. Now, the Trump Administration switches to a much more sophisticated strategy to make Japan basically promise to transfer her national wealth even without any face-to-face diplomatic negotiations.

The only way for Japan to get back her wealth from US is to withdraw a huge amount of money from the secret treasure hold by the most high-ranking and thus fundamental ruling class of the States even above Donald Trump (奥の院). This is exactly what I’ve been working on as an eternal diplomat of Japan without any official position with my colleagues in the network of the Japanese “Kokutai(国体)”. The last battle against US has just begun. Stay tuned.


Love to Live a Decent Life in the Aging Society.


There is one thing which all of us can’t avoid: Getting old. However rich you are, doesn’t matter. Or however socially privileged you are, also doesn’t matter at all in this regard. Once we are born on the earth, we’re getting older and older every day.

When you personally face such a simple fact, you never stop thinking about another important thing: “Can I further live a decent life as a human being?” In many cased, it’s already “too late” for us to do so, because something extremely negative has already happened to our life beforehand.

In Japan, we proudly have some professionals who keep eyes on this essential issue. They are working in nursing homes, where a huge amount of elder people is staying either voluntarily or forced to be hospitalized. The main stream media shut eyes on what actually happen in these nursing homes: Treating our elder people as if they were just “animals” without proud and intelligence. The majority of those who work there always justify themselves by pointing out the obvious shortage of human resource in the nursing sector.

But such an argument may not be accepted, while there are indeed some nursing homes in Japan, whose company executives stick to the simple but indispensable principle for the human beings: “Let our elder people live a decent life. Make them enjoy being old until passing away. “

If you take a look at the book entitled “A Bride in a Nursing Home (介護施設の花嫁)” written by Toshiki Yagami with detailed description of every day in esteemed “SOLEADO” nursing homes, you can immediately realize what I mean to say herewith. Do not postpone thinking about the hard but inevitably reality we’re about to face: Getting old. And prioritize to give our elder people the best opportunities to live a decent life. After all, it’s our humanity that tremendously matters and is urgently asked.