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Whose game is over now?

OUR GOAL HERE IS TO MAKE YOU STOP TO THINK, AS WE ALWAYS DO, RATHER THAN STOP THINKING.

CONTINUED FROM WHICH BECAME CONTAMINATED FIRST, THE BODY OR THE SOUL?

Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, and one by one.
- from Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds by Scottish journalist Charles McKay (1841)



It's all over for the dirty
runt named Naoki Inose

Mr. Hirose's game isn't over
yet

Recently I read a rare truthful fiction written by Daniel Keyes under the title of The Touch. I was deeply touched, literally.

Does that mean I could identify myself with the protagonist or any other character, or I got a political message or a moral lesson? My answer to both questions is "No, not at all." To begin with that's not what I normally expect from a book, either fiction or nonfiction.

If there is something I learned anew from The Touch, it's that no two situations are really comparable. True, you can draw a parallel everywhere. But an association established arbitrarily or opportunistically between two different things never provides an actionable link because by extending your thought too far, you tend to lose touch with the life-size view of the real world.

I had an impression that every single character or every single event depicted there refused generalization. This is evident from the unusual way Keyes updated his book. I read it in its 2003 edition, but it was first published in 1968. Instead of incorporating stories about nuclear accidents the protagonist and other original characters had yet to know, the author opted to briefly tell his readers of a dozen nuclear mishaps that had occurred between 1968 and 2003 in "Author's preface to the 2003 edition" and "Appendix." Obviously Keyes knew it would make no sense if he put his characters in a situation that arose in different places and at different times.

Likewise what happened in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945 doesn't allow an analogy to any other event in history of mankind.

For one thing, it was nothing but an extra act of the mass suicide binge. The detonation of Fat Man and Little Boy must have been avoided if the Japanese had accepted the Potsdam Declaration weeks earlier. Let's face it: the apocalypse of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was invited by none other than the victims who had long been haunted by what I call "the double of the phantom."

Another distinctive feature of the destruction of more than 200-thousand lives in the two cities lay with the fact that the bombs were targeted at the wrong people. Hitler was a relatively sane person: he murdered millions of Jews simply because he hated them. By comparison, Harry S. Truman was a real pervert; he targeted the strategically unimportant local cities in total deviation from the standard tactic of decapitation.

When the war ended, the Japanese felt that in order to pull themselves together, they had to deny things had happened the way they actually had, just like a kid who wakes up from a horrible nightmare has to alter it to make it a little more tolerable or explicable. To that end they turned to the Shintoist formula which is centered around exorcism. That is why they demonized an imaginary thing and named it the evil nuclear power. The cheap trick of generalization and externalization is the only thing they could think of to refrain from pointing their finger at the Japanese phantom or the American pervert.

Truman's prank has taken a devastating toll on the Japanese in many other ways. You are taught to see a "nuclear allergy" in the behavior of the postwar Japanese. As always you are wrong. Actually it's an allergy to humanity, so to speak.

In the subsequent sixty-eight years, one hundred million people with irreparably damaged brains have been praying for a nuclear-free world. Deep inside they know things will never change by repeating the same incantation million times. In other words, it's a prayer for prayer's sake.

And believe it or not, they strictly adhere to the formula of the traditional Shintoist ritual so things will remain unchanged until the problem solves itself, or better yet, until the end of time.

In 1974, then Prime Minister Eisaku Sato, great-uncle of Shinzo Abe, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his Three Nonnuclear Principles. But it is the same person who cemented the bilateral arrangement in which Japan swore to eternally stay under the American nuclear umbrella as a "necessary evil." His acrobatic logic has been accepted by the superstitious Japanese in the last four decades thanks to their tendency to demonize the nuclear power.

Small wonder these people have been constantly mixing up Fukushima and Hiroshima since 3/11/2011. They can move from one of the two catastrophic events to the other in a blink of an eye because after all the both incidents were caused by the same evil power of nuclear fission - so they think.

I don't intend to go into too much detail about other types of games, which are designed to solely engage your autonomic nervous system (ANS.) But let me quickly touch on some of them before going on with my story about the weird combination of the nuclear games and the Olympics.

It didn't take long until the one hundred million people became irreversibly hooked on ANS-targeted games. Now practically every adult from one to twelve has his hand glued to a Sumaho (smartphone) around the clock. It looks as though they are playing these games as a substitute for something to pray for. Recently most of them have even developed a weird behavior called "Aruki Sumaho," that literally means playing, instead of praying, a game on Sumaho while walking in the street. These days it's commonplace that such an addict falls off the railroad platform, or is hit by a rule-abiding car.

At times they are somehow reminded that the smartphone is primarily meant for verbal communication. But their conversation is more often than not for exchanging tips on where to find an exciting game or how to win it. These neotenized people remind me of the Red Guards who carried around Mao's Little Red Book anywhere they went at the height of the Great Cultural Revolution. This is another confirmation that an ape can play a game, if not in the same way a mentally sound human being does.

Another thing that makes the Japanese jumble up reality and illusion is their Waido-sho (wide show) mentality. Just turn on the TV at nay time of the day, you will see a dozen untalented Terebi Tarento (TV personalities,) from empty-headed professors, to amateurish commentators, to cuties flirting in Kurisumasu costumes chitchat about news, Uezah (weather report with lots of laundry and clothing tips,) supohtsu (sports,), Entame (entertainment) and today's horoscope.

It's these learning-disabled Tokyoites, 4.3 million of them, that elected Naoki Inose to succeed Shintaro Ishihara as Tokyo Governor one year ago. They also elevated him to a national hero who brought the 2020 Olympics to the country ridden with inferiority complex. Although the same people are now making fun of him, he was the right person to carry on the vanity project started by Ishihara because he is also racked with an implacable sense of inferiority since his youth. You will agree if you look at his poor physique and ugly chin-like face. He is believed to stand only 5ft tall.

On Thursday last week Kisha Kurabu (the press club) physically and collusively attached to the Metropolitan Government staged a big press conference for Inose to officially announce he would call it quits. It was televised live but everything that was going on there was quite predictable because all the questions about the reason of his resignation had been planted beforehand. At the end of the ritual, it was reassured over and over again that even after he left office, the rest of the nation will carry on the same spirit of "Chiimu Nippon" (Team Nippon) in order to make the Olympics a great success. This was reminiscent of the wartime slogan that went: "One hundred million hearts beat as one."

Inose has been a prolific "nonfiction writer" in the last several decades. But in this country where the entire population is caught up in illusions, nonfiction books don't sell as well as in other countries. (The same is true with Mr. Hirose's books.) So the only way he could make a fortune as a writer was to blackmail his subjects. Now as the Tokyo Governor, he made extra billions from influence-buying construction companies on top of the money lawfully extorted from taxpayers in the form of salaries, bonuses and severance pays. (He had already received 37 million yen when he resigned as Deputy Governor under Ishihara's governorship.) A small part of his loot has been passed on to the IOC thieves, but this is why the scum from a poor family could afford to buy a gorgeous mansion.

The name of his game was the compensation for inferiority complex. It's all over now. But life still goes on for the 67-year-old retired thief because the rest of the people are still playing the same game. The dreg of humanity is now condemned to vegetate in the palatial mansion for the rest of his worthless life.

Another nonfiction writer Mr. Hirose is playing a totally different game. Some of us know that an enormous amount of numerical data is stored in his database to support his cause. That leaves you wondering why he talks very little about numbers in his open letter. He already gave his answer to this question in a YouTube video.

The 70-year-old investigative journalist, that Mr. Hirose actually is, talked to the audience about early days of his writing career. In those days, he worked on the translation of medical literature authored by American and German doctors. According to Hirose, he was astounded to know there is a huge difference between Japanese doctors and their German counterparts in the way they deal with their patients. In stark contrast to German doctors, Japanese quacks totally ignore 個体差 (the inter-individual diversity.) As the fingerprint or the DNA sequence can never be the same from one person to another, every patient has his unique predisposition toward illnesses. What Mr. Hirose was getting at in his Fukushima lecture is that he doesn't give a damn about safety standards for radioactive exposure.

You may think Hirose meant to say anything in excess of "background radiation" is unacceptable. Again you are wrong because the exposure to ionizing radiation through inhalation of air, ingestion of food and water, etc. also varies by time and location of measurement. What he wanted to say is that it makes very little sense to discuss figures in terms of sievert and becquerel when talking about radioactive contamination.

These days the systolic reading of my blood pressure has seldom fallen below 180mmHg, the threshold to "hypertensive crisis" which was artificially lowered by Japan's medical cartel. How can I keep my blood pressure below that level with my sympathetic nervous system almost hijacked by a big battalion of Red Guards who do Aruki Sumaho all the time?

Another case in point is my eyesight which keeps deteriorating very quickly. I sometimes suspect that as is the case with the protagonist of The Touch, I'm going to lose my vision because of cataracts caused by radioactive dust. But who knows? And who really cares?

To summarize all this, the implication of the Fukushima disaster largely varies from one individual to another. It's YOUR problem, and no one else's. Those of you who think Fukushima is yet another game for doomsayers, crisis-mongers and truth-seekers will never understand what I'm saying.

This is something mainstream and fringe conformists will never accept. And this is essentially why Mr. Hirose addressed his open letter to young athletes outside Japan, although he had stopped short of entirely writing off his home country.

Hirose's game will never be over until the last day of his rewarding life, or better yet, until the 2020 Olympics are destroyed. ·

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Whose game is over?
Authored by: samwidge on Friday, December 27 2013 @ 08:50 AM JST
Again, you have brought up so many subjects of interest that it is impossible to address the whole article. Again, you bring up fascinating questions. all of which deserve discussion and I am simply not equal to the task. There are several things that you bring to our attention today that are especially intriguing.

For instance, you mentioned that Mao's Little Red Book was carried everywhere by the Chinese during "the Great Cultural Revolution." That same book was popular here in the states just as it must have been in Japan. Some of us read it and some of us rejected it. In my case, I found it uninteresting and without value. Others found it to be a light by which to understand the Chinese people.

There were those who tried to make it illegal to own or read Mao's Little Red Book. That's the element that carries weight for me. In humanity's rush to improve, we stampede over the top of logic to force an unnatural calm on everyone... everyone that is but those who are most urgent about forcing calm.

In the states we have a great rush to protect humanity from the existence of guns. We want urgently to prevent guns of any kind. Unfortunately, like Mao's Little Red Book, too many already know. Anybody can make his or her own guns, accelerants, bullets and, for that matter, explosives. Whether the control idea is good or not, guns are here to stay. It is not possible to stop individual knowledge.

In the shadow of concerns about Mao and guns, I would like to read your opinion on just how possible it might be to eliminate the knowledge behind nuclear equipment. We have amateur physicists, people who are welders, brick-layers and dentists, who have studied and who now know exactly how to make nuclear bombs. Those people began to surface around 1955. Everyone knows how to make nuclear reactors. As a matter of fact, though I am not particularly smart, I could probably make a relatively high-quality reactor if I had the interest.

Before we go off too far in hoping to prevent nuclear knowledge in the future, do be aware that the three-dimensional computer has been a reality for 30-years. The four-dimensional computer printer for making things like fully functional plastic guns at home has been with us for about ten-years. And now a new dimension of whatever number you want to give it is capable of making structures that have never before been possible. We can, for instance, make sintered titanium right now. We can do it on very large scales. This means cheap and extraordinarily hard materials for entirely new uses. Those materials and devices can easily be made in secret.

If we wish to stop nuclear proliferation in the hands of amateurs, we will also wish to prevent the existence of multi-dimensional computer printers. Of course, to prevent the devices, we must prevent the knowledge and to prevent the knowledge, we must go back in time by a figure of many years. This means more than mere thought-control. It means a need for retroactive thought-control.

We are now making autonomous flying vehicles, not mere unmanned flying vehicles but completely independent aircraft that know where they are going, can get the fuel they need and can do whatever they will do.

It follows then that one person alone might build an autonomous miner that goes beneath the surface of the earth to mine uranium. It might logically be completely undetectable with any instrument now known to mankind.

The future comes entirely too fast!
Whose game is over?
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Friday, December 27 2013 @ 10:48 AM JST


Once again you complain: "you have brought up so many subjects of interest that it is impossible to address the whole article." As I've said time and again, I do this deliberately to save my intellectually lazy audience the mental effort to put relevant things together while putting irrelevant things apart. I know by experience that most of you are unable to depart from the false association established by someone else between two or more different things, and reestablish a link of your own.

In that respect let me ask you a silly question:

Why do you always "bring up so many subjects of interest" such as:

"Great rush [in the U.S.] to protect humanity from the existence of guns,"
"Amateur physicists, people who are welders, brick-layers and dentists, who have studied and who now know exactly how to make nuclear bombs,"
"[The future of] the three-dimensional computer,"
"Unmanned flying vehicles,"
"An autonomous miner,"
etc.

I'm dying for your explanation about how these things are related to the issue of the Fukushima disaster or the 2020 Olympics.

Whose game is over?
Authored by: Diogenes on Friday, December 27 2013 @ 11:09 PM JST
Your opening epigram with a quote from Charles McKay is reflected in this discussion on the subject of "Consensus Trance" in the book, "Architects of Deception," by Juri Lina, an Estonian researcher. His book is on the rise and fall of the Soviet Union, who was really behind it and why, and the effects this foreign invasion had on the Russian and Soviet State populations with its decades of ghoulish nightmares that made the Spanish Inquisition tortures in Toledo seem like massage therapy. Here's some of what he describes as "consensus trance."

"Malta yok is Turkish, a well-known expression among historians, and means "Malta does not exist". In 1565, the Turkish armada discovered enemy ships near Malta. The admirals became so shocked by this that they sent the following message to the Sultan in Istanbul: "Malta yok." Today independent-minded historians use this expression when they come across previously inaccessible facts or sensitive historical data, which those in power deny or conceal. There are so many lies mixed with the truth that people get confused. But there is an alternative to the official truth, since things are often not what they seem to be.

"In our world, which is controlled by freemasonry, (including Japan http://www2.gol.com/users/lodge1/history-e/papers/wangelin.html) one rule surely applies: if something has happened but is not reported by the mass media, then it has simply not occurred. But if something has not even taken place and yet is reported in the media, then it has nonetheless happened. We must learn to question the official truth!

"Professor Daniel Boorstin, Librarian of Congress from 1975 to 1987, once stated: "Americans live in a world of pseudofacts, which is created for them by their own media." People want to see what does not exist and wish to ignore reality. Life is therefore a matter of deception and self-deception. It is difficult to make any progress in this maze of myths. And we certainly live in a labyrinth of lies. It is difficult for many people to orientate themselves since they have not developed their powers of discrimination, that is the ability to distinguish good from evil. This is the reason why the freemasons have been so effective in deluding us with their so-called social ideologies. These lies are dutifully amplified by the megaphones of the mass media, which also attempt to silence, withhold, or as a last resort mock all information and ideas that do not comply with their propaganda - whether it concerns the murder of Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, the submarine incursions into Swedish territorial waters by the Soviet Union, the "Estonia" disaster (we now know by means of metallurgic analysis that this ferry was sunk through explosion), the writing of modern history or the freemasons' activities.

"Charles T. Tart, professor of psychology at University of California, called this ideological blunting of our intellect 'consensus trance' ("Waking Up: Overcoming the Obstacles to Human Potential", Boston, 1987). Consensus means general agreement or understanding. Consensus trance thus implies the fact that we have accepted false conception of reality, not through logical processing of facts but through intensive manipulation (brainwashing) by the global elite.

"Too many of us have been affected by consensus trance, which thus is a common belief in these myths...
For this reason, we instinctively shy away from uncomfortable facts, which threaten to demolish the false view of the world the freemasons have created and thereby awaken us from the trance. Many of us have been affected by mental paralysis.

"But belief is a desire not to know, as the freemason and philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche stated. This is why it is important to expose the most dangerous propaganda myths. The mental anaesthetization of the Western World has been a great success. Most people have become victims of the type of blind faith called "political correctness" and prefer to live in their illusory world.

"The authorities have invented or exploited certain myths, which serve their purposes and work against us. These fantasies apply to history, health, culture, politics and other important subjects. One must have both faith and trust in oneself to find the strength to face the reality that is presented in this book.

"Waking up from the trance is a difficult and laborious process. Certain key facts are necessary in order to achieve this, facts which the reader, despite all the lies, can recognize and has a possibility to verify. Here is a classic example from Darwin's journals.

"The Patagonians (a tribal people in South Argentina) could not see Darwin's ship, "The Beagle", conceptually or even optically, since no large ships had hitherto been a part of their experience. Only the shaman of the tribe could see the ship. When the shaman began to describe the ship with the aid of objects known to the Patagonians, the ship became visible to all. They had a consensus reality, which applied to small boats, but lacked a similar conception of large ships."

The Japanese shaman that might point out the features of the ship of doom in Fukushima is not available in their language, so your "Patagonians" will not see the danger spewing forth from this catastrophe. There is a similar phenomena in the U.S. At the opening of sporting events, the public is required to sing the national anthem, which has the phrases "land of the free and home of the brave." In Japan, I imagine there must be a feeling of choseness, like the Jewish myths, that they are descendants from a Sun God, that they are somehow special. As Lina might advise us, both of these concepts--land of the free and home of the brave & divine genesis from a supernatural being--are myths with no basis in reality. Both peoples will need to be their own hypnotists to count to five, snap their own fingers, and awaken. Lina informs us of that quote from Nietzsche: "But belief is a desire not to know." Because of those false beliefs and other mental shackles, "I'm brave and free," and "I'm the descendant of a divine being," I don't see an awakening happening in either country.
Whose game is over?
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Sunday, December 29 2013 @ 07:58 AM JST


I’m glad you brought this up here because this is not one of those false issues most other Americans like to chitchat about. Also I want to thank you for alerting us to the thoughts of the two guys, Juri Lina and Tim Wangelin. These names were quite new to me although their stories are somewhat familiar. (I used to be in touch with Benjamin Fulford.) I think this is so serious a matter that we can’t talk it out just by exchanging a couple of posts. But for now let me quickly tell you my take on the theories of Lina and Wangelin. Please keep in mind, however, I’m not responding to YOUR OWN opinion which I don’t believe can be exactly identical to theirs. As you may agree, we are not someone's loudspeakers.

Luri wrote: “If something has happened but is not reported by the mass media, then it has simply not occurred." I think he is absolutely right. But purely from the logical point of view, that does not necessarily mean it HAS occurred. Who knows? Maybe Lina was a genius, or he had a secret source of information about everything that had occurred and that hadn’t on this planet. But again, who knows if that was the case with him? I’m not used to swallowing someone’s oracle just because I like it, or brushing it aside just because I don't like it. Maybe I should “wake up” with the help of the red pill the drug dealer Morpheus is offering.

There’s another thing. I made some web search and found this quote:

“The holy book of the socialists, 'Das Kapital', published on September 2, 1867, is especially revealing since this work shows not only that the author was a careless and incompetent theorist, but also that he was a downright liar. Paul Johnson demonstrates this in his book 'The Intellectuals.' ...... Marx and Engels were Freemasons of the 31st degree. (Vladimir Istarkhov, "The Battle of the Russian Gods", Moscow, 2000, p. 154.) In 1847, Marx and Engels became members of The League of Just Men, one of the Illuminati's underground branches where the Jew Jakob Venedey played an important role.....Hess and Marx hoped to exploit the jealousy of the stupid proletariat to enforce a hell on earth where fear, suffering, terror and treason ruled supreme - Communism.”

Although I’m 200% sure Lina didn’t read Das Kapital,” maybe he was right in labeling Marx a Freemason. If Lina wanted to say Das Kapital is rubbish, I have no problem. But that doesn’t mean Juri Lina’s book is the Bible. Also Marx may have sometimes lied. But that does not mean the Estonia's historian didn’t.

Just for argument’s sake, let’s assume Lina was right in all these respects. Then all I can say is, “SO WHAT?” or “Who said it’s wrong to be a Freemason?” This is like saying, “America is a rogue nation. So every American is a rogue.”

Soon after the liberation of Paris, my philosophy teacher (not guru) Jean-Paul Sartre wrote an essay titled Anti-Semite and Jew based on his own ontology precisely explained in Being and Nothingness. In the book he said: "If the Jew did not exist, the Anti-Semite would invent him." So it's quite possible that my philosophy teacher was an Illuminati member. In the last 9 years his student, that I am, has had great difficulty making his un-Japanese and anti-American thought understood (let alone agreed) by his predominantly American audience. Now it all adds up; people always suspect that this blogger has been thoroughly brainwashed by a German Freemason and his French counterpart.

On the other hand my response to Wangelin would be like this:

“DON'T INCLUDE us so lightly. You guys always jumble up different things in order to generalize and externalize what can’t/shouldn't be generalized or externalized. By stubbornly denying our SPECIFICITY as a nation that way, you are making a great contribution to the US dominance over Asia. In this context you are one of the prime suspects in the conspiracy, yourself, of tying us down until death do us part.”

Although the Japanese dupes haven't noticed it, Benjamin Fulford has comfortably settled down in Tokyo simply because David Rockefeller assigned him the cinch to take care of the Far Eastern colonials.

Whose game is over now?
Authored by: Diogenes on Sunday, December 29 2013 @ 08:28 AM JST
Just for the record, Juri Lina was born in Eastonia in 1949, when Uncle Joe Stalin was quite alive. He had to have read Das Capital in school, so I'm sure he's quite knowledgeable on that subject, much more than me.

As for Tim Wangelin, I thought the alarm bells would have rung for you when he mentioned that General MacArthur allowed the Boy Scouts and Freemasonry to be re-introduced into Japan. As Sun Tzu would likely note, anything a foreign General does is a part of strategy. A secret society, one that can be infiltrated and controlled from within, is, by its very secrecy, a danger to the greater population. Many of the American presidents have been members of the secret Skull and Bones society at Harvard University, and we all know what horrors those persons have brought to the world.
Whose game is over now?
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Sunday, December 29 2013 @ 10:28 AM JST


Thanks a lot for further clarifying the matter.

As you know, I have never said there are NO Jewish cabals, or they are NOT working on conspiracies. All I'm saying is:

1. What's done is done. It's not only useless but also harmful to spread illusions as if we can undo it.
2. It doesn't help much to promote general awareness of what's going on right now unless you can provide specific and workable action plans to thwart it.
3. We shouldn't take it for granted that EVERY malicious plot is hatched by Jews. You always have to explain exactly why you single out an event which has Jewish fingerprint on it.
4. Equally important, as a matter of priority and practicability, we should focus on the most important conspiracy(-ies.) The last thing we should do is to exaggerate the enormity of the consequence of an arbitrarily chosen event just because it's media-salient like 9/11.

I still keep blogging with all this in mind.

Whose game is over now?
Authored by: Diogenes on Sunday, December 29 2013 @ 02:28 PM JST
The point is not "Jews" are doing it exclusively. It is gigantic banks and their owners that are behind the scenes, causing hell on earth. It just so happens that nearly all the large banks are owned by Jews. All Federal Reserve chairmen are Jews, even the new woman that is either now appointed or will be. They own Hollywood and control nearly all media organs in this country. Jewish people openly brag about these facts. However, David Rockefeller is one of these mega-rich banking people, and he's not Jewish, but in his autobiography, he clearly states the following: "We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost 40 years......It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supernational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national autodetermination practiced in past centuries.”

This is the trajectory we're all headed. Whether there can BE a plan to reverse it is an unknown. Anyone that tries to organize will end up like the men that invented free energy machines--dead. You can see a list of these people at the end of this presentation. http://vimeo.com/62779166 Giving up hope is not an option. There's something in the air, as that old tune says. Diverse people are reading the same material I'm reading, which is encouraging. I don't expect any changes in my lifetime, and that is not too many more years, but nothing lasts. Think morphic resonance.