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Japan Update with 8 Videos

Every once in a while, I do an intensive video mining. Embedded below with my brief comments are some of the videos I hit yesterday on the rich vein of YouTube. It will be very much appreciated here if you tell us your take on a video or videos that you find most relevant to you.

VIDEO 1: "4-Way Toss-up" in Iowa



I don't have interest in how the CIA recidivists have wreaked havoc on the Libyans because basically it's none of my business whether or not "the second colonization of Africa" is going on there. But I do have a keen interest in what's going on in the race for the Republican nomination. I'm especially worried to know American voters are talking about the 4-way toss-up in Iowa while in fact Congressman Ron Paul is the only person who could possibly bring about real change; the other three, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich and this Herman Cain are idiots who don't have the slightest idea about the real problem facing America.

VIDEO 2: If You Think Carlos Salinas was a Fool, Tell Me What to Call Yoshihiko Noda?



Forced to join the "preparatory" talks on an expanded Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership, Bush's plan reactivated by Obama, Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda is giving the finishing touch to Japan's colonization. Here you can view Part 2 of this cartoon.

VIDEO 3: Dojo Faced a Merciless Attack from the Left



When taking office, Noda dubbed himself Dojo, a loach. A loach is a fish which is only viable in a murky river. In the face of a crisis, he quickly hides underneath the dirt. You don't have to understand the Japanese words Mizuho Fukushima, head of the Social Democratic Party of Japan, is speaking here on the eve of Noda's departure for Honolulu because her question is so clear and straightforward. She is simply saying: "The Dojo is still hiding under the dirt so it doesn't hear our voice of protest. But in a matter of hours, you are going to emerge from the dirt to tell Obama your intention to participate in TPP. Who the hell do you think you are? Are you the Prime Minister of the United States, or what?"

VIDEO 4: Noda's Muddled Words Mark the Start of Another Decade-Long Loopy Discussions across the Pacific



On the sideline of the 2011 APEC summit meeting in Honolulu, Yoshihiko Noda told his black boss that he would "put all goods and services on the negotiating table for TPP," according to the press release by U.S. Principal Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest. As any other Japanese leader would have done, he added something to his "Yes": "But ...#$&%□△............." The rest of his mumble was inaudible to Obama. Later on, Japan's Foreign Ministry lodged a weak protest, saying Noda was misquoted by Earnest. But, of course, the spokesman flatly refused to revise his earlier announcement.

VIDEO 5: Dojo was Bombarded by the Right, as Well



Back home, Noda was still half-asleep because of the jet lag and the hungover from kissing the black ass too much in Honolulu when Shoji Nishida, a combative lawmaker of the Liberal Democratic Party, dropped a lot of bombshells on him. You will find the first 10 minutes of the 15-minute-long video a little boring, but what Nishida is saying to the Dojo in the last third of the video all comes down to this: "Now we all know you and your cabinet members are all unscrupulous swindlers. (Looking to NHK's TV crew) Show the shameless face of this bastard to the audience. The Noda administration has no legitimacy to rule this country." It's a pity, though, Nishida is one of those die-hard Tennoists (members of the Emperor cult) who blindly believe in the delusion that the Imperial institution still has some legitimacy.

VIDEO 6: Unwinnable Wars against TIA



I know there are times you have to launch a war knowing it's unwinnable. So, if you want to fight your enemy to protect your privacy, why don't you just go ahead. There are many state-of-the-art weapons such as the Firefox plug-in named NoScript. On my part, I'm already in the middle of the constitutional battle against the City Hall which prohibits me from opening a new front. Besides, I am a firm believer that I would always play into my enemy's hands if I went for a solution proposed by anyone who claims to be on my side. For one thing, I have uninstalled McAfee AntiVirus and deactivated Microsoft Security Essentials since the time when I realized these anti-malware and firewall products do us more harm than good. It's a matter of commonsense that the likes of McAfee or Symantec are creating and spreading all these viruses themselves. At any rate, I wasn't born to get pushed around by these bandits all the time.

VIDEO 7: Barcarolle from The Tales of Hoffmann



VIDEO 8: Stella by Starlight from the 1944 Film The Uninvited



You may not know the pianist and arranger shown in the 8th video. His name is Makoto Ozone. He is practically the only musician who does genuine Jazz in this country.

Life without good music or any other joy is not worth living. If life is nothing but Ado about Nothing, who cares about the Election 2012, Japan's total integration into the doomed country named the United States, or the ongoing deprivation of our privacy and dignity as human beings?

Incidentally, Takeo Moriya, Professor of seismology at Hokkaido University is now warning us of "the growing possibility of M9 earthquakes." This cannot be yet another hoax because the professor is the only seismologist who predicted the March 11 quake. I wouldn't be surprised if a real devastating one hits this area where I live shoulder-to-shoulder with the Emperor and the Dojo. It's about time God unleashed his wrath.
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Japan Update with 8 Videos
Authored by: Diogenes on Saturday, November 19 2011 @ 03:04 PM JST
I decided I needed to ask for a backup viewer of these videos. It was my dog. "Now pay attention. I need you to give me your honest response to these first few political videos." She scratched her left ear. I guess that meant that she was cleaning her ears so she could hear better. Every few minutes I shoved my foot in her ribs to confirm that she was listening, even though her eyes were closed. Finally, after the final attack on Dojo finished (It seems that this dog actually understood what the opposition was shouting!), I asked, "Well, what is your take on these?" She stood up and farted on me. Man, what a stink! I had to open the door.

The opera put her to sleep, but I found it not only excellent, but the soprano was a gorgeous babe. We need more gorgeous babes in our lives--beauty to counter the ugliness "out there."

The final jazz piece reminded me a little of Dave Brubeck's "Elementals." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsYxFyVQX-w

Jazz is cool, Daddy'O!
Japan Update with 8 Videos
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Saturday, November 19 2011 @ 04:02 PM JST

Diogenes:

I was surprised to know your dog is smarter than my sons. Yes, a fart is the only possible response to what's going on "out there."

I used to love the Dave Brubeck Quartet. I think you are right in seeing a certain similarity between Brubeck and Ozone. Just for your reference, Ozone graduated at the top of his pianists' and arrangers' class from Berklee College of Music, but hasn't since been enjoying a well-deserved popularity here.

To me, enjoying good music and fighting against morons and bandits go hand-in-hand with each other. Either activity means nothing without the other. I think you agree.

Yu Yamamoto