(April 3rd, 2013) – The biggest eye opener for me in decades of reporting about North Korea came seven years ago when a top Chinese government agent in Japan told me China considered North Korea to be a US colony.
The recent so-called threats of war by North Korea being widely reported in the Western press are in fact cabal efforts to intimidate that country as it seeks independence from secret US rule. The North Korean moves are a part of an overall East Asian move away from cabal rule.
However, recent corporate media coverage of North Korea makes it obvious that very few members of the Western media have a clue about what is really going on there. That is why I have decided to write a basic primer for the benefit of interested readers and policy makers.
The first thing people need to understand when looking at North Korea is to realize the country was set up by remnants of the Japanese army that was stationed in China during and before World War 2.
The regime in North Korea thus closely resembles the war time government of Japan with the main difference being the God King is named Kim and not Hirohito. Remember, what is North Korea now was part of Japan or under Japanese influence from the late 19th century until the middle of the 20th century.
The next thing people need to understand is that part way through the post-war US occupation of Japan, a fundamental change in US policy took place.
Following the murder of President Roosevelt by Nazi sympathizers towards the end of World War 2, a large part of the US intelligence community was gradually taken over by Nazis.
In Japan this meant that during the first part of the US occupation strenuous efforts were made to turn Japan into a pacifist, socialist country.
Then as Nazi influence grew the fake so-called Cold War started and the policy shifted to fighting the Soviet Union. As a part of this new strategy 50,000 Japanese intelligence and military officers, experts in fighting communism in China, were brought over to Japan from North Korea.
This group has, to this day, exerted serious but hidden control over the Japanese political world in the post-war era. That is why it is no coincidence that the headquarters of the unofficial North Korean Embassy in Japan, the Chosen Soren (North Korean Citizens Association) is located next to the Yasukuni shrine honouring Japan’s war dead.
For much of the post-war era, the North Korean group in Japan was headed by Yasuhiro Nakasone and was closely allied to US power brokers like George Bush Sr. and David Rockefeller. For example, until recently the 20,000 strong Inagawa-kai yakuza gang prominently displayed a picture of George Bush Senior at its headquarters.
However, this cozy relationship started to change during the Bush Jr. regime when Asian secret societies found out that SARS was a race-specific Nazi bioweapon spread by the Bush regime with the aim of wiping out much of Asia’s population.
In Japan the result was large, but unreported midnight gang fights pitting supporters of the Nazis or Sabbatean Satanists against Asian secret societies and their Western allies.
As a part of this ongoing struggle, a regime change took place in North Korea after Kim Jong Il was assassinated with a stroke inducing poison administered by a Swedish prostitute.
The new ruler, Kim Jong-un, is the son of Yokota Megumi, a girl of Japanese royal family lineage who was kidnapped from a beach in Niigata when she was 13.
The Kim regime is thus very pro-Japanese. The regime change in North Korea led to a severe split between the North Korean government and North Korean organizations in Japan.
Some of the North Korean organizations in Japan have been deeply in bed with the Sabbateans or Nazis and earned their money either using Nazi CIA manufactured “super-K” banknotes or else selling amphetamines. It was also the Nazis who supplied the North Koreans with both nuclear weapons and missile technology.
They also carried out some very nasty secret projects with their Nazi allies. For example, the attack on the Japanese subway system using poisonous sarin gas, and blamed on the Aum Shinrikyo Cult, was an operation run by a North Korean agent by the name of Ota in cooperation with “Jewish Al-Qaeda types,” according to several witnesses.
The nuclear and tsunami terror attack against Japan on March 11, 2011 was also carried out by the Sabbatean Nazis and some of their North Korean allies. The missile used in the attack was a 500 kiloton device stolen from the Russian submarine Kursk in 2000.
It was transferred by the secret Nazi submarine network to the Nazi base on the Atlantic Island of Sao Tome. From there it was taken to the other Nazi submarine base in New Guinea before being taken to Japan via yacht and fishing boat.
After being landed in Kyushu it was then taken to a property in Hinodecho in Western Tokyo owned by Yasuhiro Nakasone.
Then it was transferred to the Chosen Soren building next to the Yasukuni shrine before being taken to the deep sea drilling ship Chikyu.
The sources for the information include smugglers and yakuza members actually involved in the transportation of the missile. These people are willing to testify to this in court.
On board the Chikyu, the nuclear material in the missile was divided to make several smaller devices that were drilled 10 kilometers into the sea-bed.
One of the technicians involved in this operation ran to a church seeking help after his co-workers started to be murdered in order to silence them after the tsunami occurred. He was sheltered by a Christian group connected to the Tachikawa church of the reverend Paolo Izumi and is now in protective custody in the US.
Disgust at the 311 attacks is one of the main reasons for the split between the old North Korean organizations in Japan and the new North Korean government. This has led to the arrest of Yasuhiro Nakasone and an ongoing secret purge of all those involved in this operation.
A visible sign of this is that the Japanese government seized the Chosen Soren headquarters building and auctioned it off. It was bought for 4.5 billion yen (about $50 million) by Eikan Ikeguchi a Buddhist monk powerbroker who is very friendly with both Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan and the regime of supreme leader Kim Jong-un of North Korea.
The Sabbateans Nazis, of course, are not taking this passively. For example, we can confirm from sources extremely close to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that he has come down with cancer and suspects he was hit with a cancer causing virus during his recent visit to the US.
Abe is now taking hemp extract and has been advised by this writer to take 5000 IUs of vitamin D3 per day and 1 gram of vitamin C every six hours to counter-act the cancer causing virus.
The ongoing power struggle is also revealing itself in the form of a financial crisis brewing in South Korea, North Korea and Japan.
This crisis has several interlocking dimensions. First of all, the Japanese government is considering passing a bill to tax all assets worth over 50 million yen (about $500,000) owned by South and North Korean nationals living in Japan.
Since Korean gangsters seized large amounts of prime real estate near train stations during the chaos after WW2, huge funds are involved.
That may explain why a several Korean groups are now offering to trade yen for won at a huge discount to the official exchange rate, according to a South Korean CIA source.
That also explains a lot of the North Korean saber rattling in recent days since the North Koreans secretly control huge swathes of the Japanese economy and are understandably reluctant to have those assets seized by Japanese taxmen.
There is also a huge credit card debt crisis brewing in South Korea, according to a veteran Japanese securities company executive.
South Korean women are being sold into prostitution around the world to pay for their credit card debt, he says, but this option is not available for other Koreans. He expects a major credit card debt crisis to hit Goldman Sachs in particular, very hard.
The other crisis in South Korea has to do with bank loans, he says. Bank officers in South Korea with the authority to approve loans have been taking personal commissions of 10% or more on the loans they approve. This corruption is also leading to a bad loan scandal, he says.
The executive further made an interesting comment saying that “the people above me were Hillary Clinton and Henry Kissinger but they have lost power and we are not sure who is in charge now.” This comment makes it quite clear that a temporary power vacuum is emerging as the old post-war political structures in East Asia change.
The new North Korean regime wants to unify with South Korea and are offering the South Koreans economic control in exchange for North Korean political control. The South Koreans are offering a ceremonial role to Kim Jon-un.
Both sides also want closer relations with Japan. That is why plans have already been approved to build a railway line linking Japan with the Korean peninsula.
The Japanese, for their part, want to keep the US military presence in the region to make sure they are not bullied into a submissive relationship with China. However, they are no longer willing to accept status as a junior partner of the US.
The Chinese are saying that Okinawa must once again become either a Chinese protectorate or an independent kingdom.
They might be persuaded to allow Okinawa to become an independent free trade zone with a US military presence to assure its neutrality. Such a force would be paid for by the Japanese and Chinese.
There is also a proposal on the table to build a transnational East Asian development bank staffed by members of regional governments. In any case, the recent saber rattling in East Asian can be equated to table pounding and shouting of the sort seen during M&A negotiations between major corporations.
Things are still very much in flux and hard to predict but the end result, though, is expected to be a win-win solution.
(The sources for this article include Japanese military intelligence, members of the Inagawa, Sumiyoshi and Yamaguchi yakuza families, North Korean, South Korean, CIA, MI6, FSB and Chinese government agents as well as Japanese politicians)
Editing: Jim W. Dean