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What if the 2 Nobel laureates (山中伸弥, 野依良治) are behind unscrupulous criminals of NHK?

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yoshiki sasai haruko obokata shinya yamanaka ryoji noyori katsuo momii paul knoepfler 笹井芳樹 小保方晴子 山中伸弥 野依良治 ポールネフラー NHK 受信料 理研 納税者負担

JUST IMAGINE:
Two weeks ago you were unlawfully hounded for hours by a gang of rogues employed by a publicly-funded organization even after you fled into a toilet near the hotel lobby; and a couple of days later your personal mails were exposed without your permission or knowledge in a TV program produced by the same organization; and now your important partner died a mysterious death this morning leaving a personal note to you, and an allegedly essential part of it was read out in public again without your permission or knowledge even before the authenticity of the word-processed note is forensically examined. This could not have happened in broad daylight without a nod from a big shot who has insider's knowledge, internal authority, influence on law enforcement, and compelling motive.





The late Yoshiki Sasai was
a top-notch researcher in
the field of developmental
biology

Katsuto Momii, President
of NHK

Shinya Yamanaka, Director
of Center for iPS Cell
Research and Application
at Kyoto University

Ryoji Noyori, President of
RIKEN
Yoshiki Sasai, former Director of Laboratory for Organogenesis and Neurogenesis at the quasi-governmental research institute RIKEN, died on August 5 at the age of 52. That's the only thing you know for sure from news reports. Apparently, though, there's no denying that a "special report" NHK aired on July 27 had been the last straw for the deceased.

In the last six months since February, NHK, Japan's government-run broadcaster, along with other media organizations, has been spearheading an all-out witch-hunt, first against Haruko Obokata, lead author of now retracted Nature papers, and then, her boss and mentor Yoshiki Sasai. But toward the end of July, the NHK-led lynch mob further ratcheted up its sadistic pursuit of the two people.

According to the Japan Times, a pack of NHK reporters chased after their primary target, on the evening of July 23, even after she fled into a toilet of a hotel she was staying at, and holed up there.

There are some, if not many, people who have voiced their indignation over the disgusting behavior of media outlaws. This YouTube v-logger named Kunihiko Takeda is one of these smart apes.

In his video, Takeda, who is a professor at the obscure Chubu University, repeatedly accuses the public broadcaster on the grounds that its news gathering method is totally unacceptable.

Sickeningly so, indeed. I can't agree more. And ..... so what?

As if to sidestep the real question about who is behind the perpetrator, the v-logger starts off his pointless accusation against NHK by reminding his YouTube audience of the 2004 saga about the suicide of the owner of a chicken farm named Asada Nosan and his wife at the outbreak of avian flu.

It is a known fact that just a couple of humans contracted bird flu presumably because Asada Nosan had gone ahead with the planned shipment of poultry in stock, knowing the chickens could have been infected. But as Takeda points out, the death toll from the H5N1 virus was only two: the owner of the chicken farm and his wife who hung themselves side by side at the height of the media hoopla ignited by NHK.

Takeda is not alone in drawing parallel between two totally unrelated cases of media recidivism. All other learning-disabled guys habitually use the same transparent gimmick to make their cases against the mainstream media sound plausible.

The shameless shyster named Hideo Miki, for one, has already ripped off his client Obokata by jumbling up the scientific contention with the criminal case in which a long-established Japanese restaurant Senba Kitcho, Miki's another client, had been convicted for falsifying its menus.

In the wake of the July 23 incident, the petty thief thought this would earn him another bonus. Wasting no time, Miki started muttering he was thinking about filing a criminal complaint against the public broadcaster although he knew the physical injury his client had suffered was not that serious. NHK was well aware of the rules of the game. On July 24, its Chief Editor visited the legal office to seek an out-of-court settlement.

That's as far as these self-styled justice-doers can do. They should know they are just "urinating on a frog's face."

As we all know, a perpetrator always has a dual role. One is to carry out the given plot. But more importantly, he is also supposed to wipe out the fingerprints of his client. In that respect no other criminal in the world is more professional than NHK.

It could, in 1945, not only save Emperor Hirohito from being executed as the mastermind of the apocalypse, but also acquit itself of its responsibility for driving 3.1 million people to death for the absurd cause it had invented.

To that end NHK found a new master on the other side of the Pacific. Now the public broadcaster is acting like a self-appointed guardian of the American values such as freedom and human rights. That's why it is so enthusiastic about revealing cases of discrimination, Pawah Harasumento, Sekusharu Harasumento, Heito Supiichi, Domesutikku Baiorensu, school bullying, and any other infringement of human rights, and proposing halfhearted countermeasures.

The most important thing to note is that this is already a history that's still present today - just by accident, so to speak. It's not only useless but also harmful to criticize NHK, or any other media organization for that matter, for its hypocrisy as if you could undo history.

It's a piece of cake for the public broadcaster to dodge equally deceptive criticism from these mentally-retarded justice-doers. They say, "Don't kill'im till he coughs it up." So NHK will never cough it up, and always survive.

The best way for a perpetrator to prevent his client from being identified as the mastermind is to farm out the job to yet another party to mislead the investigation. But when dealing with an unprofessional investigator like Miki, there's no need for NHK to go for such an intricate scheme it once used sixty-nine years ago.

On the other hand, I know from the traffic analysis of my own website that there are a growing number of people who visit my blog, which is unpopular among justice-doing eunuchs, using such keywords as "truth" and "conspiracy." Most of them are coming from the Tokyo-based truth-seeking cult headed by my sick friend Benjamin Fulford.

Fortunately rather than unfortunately, their guru is currently on a long vacation. For now, therefore, his gullible followers keep silent about the mess around STAP cells. But I'm sure it's a matter of time before they resume spreading around the same old fancy stories about Illuminati's agenda for depopulation and human cloning.

I'm not very sure if what's happening here isn't attributable to an evil plot hatched by Freemasons. But that doesn't matter at all. Let's face it: conspiracy "theories" are an integral part of the conspiracies these anti-Semitic morons keep talking about.

Conspirators disguised as conspiracy theorists intend to distract your attention from the villains at the front-line of their global activity. When pursuing the real, visible, touchable and thus punishable culprit of the plot against the late Sasai and his disciple, you should know it's like walking into a trap to approach the question at hand from a conspiracy angle.

As I observe, truth-seekers and justice-doers have one thing in common: fear of creative minds. These monkey sleuths are scared to death when faced with a creative soul who is never afraid of committing errors.

When it comes to an uncharted area of study such as STAP cells, errors are not only unavoidable but also absolutely necessary. I don't believe Galileo's heliocentric theory was entirely error-free. Neither do I assume the Italian astronomer never resorted to a gimmick in his effort to disprove the Ptolemaic system.

Actually there is a fine line between what falls on a "research misconduct" and what doesn't. And it's very hard for ordinary people to see it. An ambitious scientist, therefore, is always vulnerable to a hostile scrutiny. He can't be defended by justice-doers, let alone by truth-seekers, against inert conventionalists. They fear a creative mind more than anything else because it's such a person that could someday overturn the entire edifice.

When a breakthrough is achieved in a field in question, Takeda, Miki. et al. will be out of work. By the same token, Fulford and his followers will be at a loss over what truth to seek until the end of their empty lives. That is why they always make believe the ubiquity of injustice and fallacy, not the absence of creative minds, is at issue everywhere. A justice-doer always stops short of presenting an actionable justice. Likewise a truth-seeker never dares to reveal an actionable truth.

Arnold Toynbee once said: "A life which does not go into action is a failure."

My own approach to the Obokata affair is completely different. It seems to me the closer I look into the way it has unfolded since February, the more it looks like an inside job by some influential figure(s) in RIKEN or another research institute for regenerative medicine, e.g. CiRA. No doubt about it.

To be more specific, the prime suspect(s) is (are) Shin'ya Yamanaka (山中伸弥,) who was awarded the Nobel Prize for his research on iPS cells, and/or Ryoji Noyori (野依良治,) also a Nobel laureate who is currently the President of RIKEN. Certainly these guys have both influence and motive needed to mastermind such a scheme. (See NOTES below.)

NOTE 1: When NHK et al. started grilling Obokata like the inquisitors at the Holy Office of the Catholic Church, Yamanaka uncharacteristically kept a low profile. Unfortunately for him, though, someone started whistle-blowing on the web in a matter of a month or two for his part of research misconduct. But it was a breeze for the Nobel laureate to gloss over the allegation with a paper-thin excuse simply because he had already been enshrined by the Nobel Committee and even deified with the "Order of Culture" from the zombie in the Imperial Palace. Once immunized this way in this country, you'll never fall no matter what.

NOTE 2: This morning, I learned something new at the website of Paul S. Knoepfler, an associate professor in the Department of Cell Biology and Human Anatomy, the Genome Center, and the Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of California, Davis School of Medicine. I visited his blog because a couple of days earlier some local papers quoted him as saying he had received a mail from his colleague Dr. Charles A. Vacanti, who is one of the coauthors of the now-retracted STAP papers, in which he wrote he was stepping down from his position as the head of the Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women's Hospital to take a one-year sabbatical from September 1. Aside from the confirmation of the news, I found a featured article titled "Challenge could cancel Yamanaka iPS cell patent." It's too soon, though, to decide what to make of this news.

I don't intend to belittle Yamanaka's achievement so lightly, just like I can't deny Steve Jobs did an uncontested contribution to the history of the computer. In 1976 Jobs, together with Steve Wozniak, started to work on Apple at a garage in Cupertino, California. But he ended up pandering to those Sumaho-addicted apes.

It's not fair to put all the blame on Jobs. Wherever the value-creating chain has gone to pieces, we see a protracted drought of disruptive technologies as they are defined by IBM consultant Grant Norris. An adaptive technology always calls for adaptive attitudes from its users. There's no room for creative attitudes. But he wouldn't have started acting like a pusher had it not been for hundreds of millions of junkies who didn't know that's what they were.

When the news of Sasai's death broke out, I was working on the next post in which I'll elaborate on this aspect of technological development.

Either way, you will ask me: "Do you have hard evidence for your bold allegation against these highly respected figures?"

OF COURSE I DO.

On July 27, NHK aired a special report on Obokata's "research misconduct" and some other misbehavior. I didn't watch the program myself, but according to Takeda, the program exposed personal mails exchanged between Obokata and Sasai in a way that made you suspect they might be having an affair. I don't know, neither do I care whether or not what some informant whispered to the reporters was true. And even if that was the case, it has absolutely nothing to do with their yet-to-be-proved hypothesis about STAP cells.

There's more to it. Even before Obokata could read the "suicide note" Sasai had reportedly addressed to her, someone leaked to the media what was in it. Now everyone knows that Sasai wrote:

"It's not your fault. Just make sure to reproduce STAP cells."

Do I have to have any more evidence?

I am a retired businessman who has been running a single-issue blog focused solely on the evolution of humanity in the last 10 years. Admittedly I'm completely in the dark about biology. And yet, I have a premonition of what the potentially groundbreaking STAP cell technology will bring about.

As I wrote two years ago, medicine is thoroughly cartelized in this country. Owing to NHK's propaganda, the entire population has developed a hypochondriac fear of disorders, except those caused by irradiated food, water and air, and blind reliance on the rotten medical system. These dupes are insatiably seeking longevity as if the ultimate goal of their lives is to vegetate for 3,200 years like the giant sequoia tree in California.

Chalmers Johnson once called our country "the cartels of the mind." But now it's quickly converging with the cartels of the body.

There are two groups of users of a newly-emerging technology. On the one hand, there are people who constantly meddle in the process of research and development in order to turn a revolutionary idea into a mediocre product. On the other, there are a small number of users who let the researchers and scientists pursue their disruptive end so they can give their customers a real game-changer at the end.

Now with stem cell technologies on the horizon, the two groups of its potential users are facing the moment of truth because what's at stake for both is enormous. If the majority group can outdo the minority group in managing the situation we are in, these dregs of humanity in the medical cartel can perpetuate their monopoly on medicine perhaps for good.

Believe me, whodunit kind of exercise isn't my favorite pastime. But now it's so obvious who is tampering with the burgeoning regenerative medicine that I feel an urge to give some actionable suggestion to my fellow countrymen. I just hope each individual heeds my specific advice to the extent practicably possible.

I think you should be reminded that RIKEN, NHK and CiRA are primarily funded with taxpayers' money. You are misled to believe in their financial statements that say the appropriations from tax revenues are only part of their income source. But if you are familiar with the Pacioli System, you know it's nothing but an accounting gimmick. And equally important, Article 30 of the Constitution, which stipulates your obligation to pay taxes, is valid only when your constitutional rights are duly honored.

In addition to taxes, you are duped into paying subscription fees (受信料) to NHK on a false assumption that Article 32 of the Broadcasting Act (放送法) is constitutional. Actually it's totally unconstitutional.

And don't tell me the public broadcaster strictly adheres to Article 83 of the law that prohibits it from running commercials. Actually NHK runs commercials for Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Softbank, NTT DoCoMo, Toyota, Nissan, and the like, and most importantly the government. For allowing these guys to place free adds, the broadcaster is collecting a huge amount of money from the government under the guise of tax appropriation.

I know I'll leave you behind well before the arrival of an affordable regenerative treatment. But for your part it's about time you should stop sitting on your ass. ·

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What if the 2 Nobel laureates (山中伸弥, 野依良治) are behind unscrupulous perpetrators at NHK?
Authored by: Diogenes on Saturday, August 16 2014 @ 08:31 AM JST
It's common knowledge outside of Japan that while the Japanese business culture may be good at imitation, it falls on its face when innovation is required. One exception that comes to mind is Soichiro Honda. Beginning with his first small motorcycle introduced to the U.S. market, the 50cc Honda 50, he directly challenged the European motorcycle industry in the U.S. that dominated the small, short-distance motorcycles i.e. Vespa. (This was aided by a genius ad campaign with the catchy phrase, “Buy a thrifty, nifty, Honda 50!”)

Moving on to larger models with electric starters, he revolutionized the world's motorcycle industry. Simply by adding an electric starter, he put such giants, but failing giants, as Norton, BSA, Triumph, etc., out of business. Honda, in one genius stroke, created a medical and safety miracle—no more broken legs from kick starting large engines. My own uncle broke his kneecap, kick starting a large Indian motorcycle in the 1930's. One of the British motorcycle manufacturers scoffed at electric starters. I remember a spokesman deriding Honda, as though it were effeminate to use an electric starter. Shortly after that idiotic statement, his company went out of business, while Honda's sales soared. He simply gave people what they wanted. This is the classic case of building a better mousetrap.

Next, came his little tiny car, the Honda (introduced into the U.S. market), the model name slips me. While competing with the Volkswagen beetle, it gave a good showing, due to its excellent gas mileage. While gas prices were normally quite low, they were beginning their upward climb, which was motivating people to look for smaller cars with better mileage. The introduction of this car foresaw the coming gas price escalations later on.

I recently got what I think is an insider's look at how Japanese corporations and their culture work. It was from watching the television series translated into English, Fumo Chitai.
http://www.gooddrama.net/japanese-drama/fumo-chitai The protagonist Iki Tadashi, while ignorant of business culture (and likely this being an asset), gets hired at a trading company that has its hand in multiple industries in post-war Japan. He got hired not for his business sense but for his training in strategy that he learned in the military. The subsequent series showed us that this was a brilliant move on the C.E.O.'s part, but our hero had to fight to steer the company in the winning direction he envisioned. His chief internal nemesis was poisoned with the traditional “don't go outside the line” mentality, and this rival was constantly either waiting for Tadashi to fail, or he was willing to work at creating a situation so he would fail. All the while, the equivalent of the NHK lynch mob hovered just outside--a reporter that hounded Tadashi, as though he were waiting for any slight mistake to attack him on the front page of his newspaper. During a business trip to the Soviet Union, initially for business, but to negotiate the return of his comrades bodies that were imprisoned with him in the Gulag after the war, this evil little worm of a reporter claimed that Tadashi was committing treason. Evidence? Who needs evidence? This was pure slander. Naturally, this was exposed as a lie later on, but Tadashi took it in stride like a true stoic, unlike our unfortunate victim of late, Yoshiki Sasai.

This culture of conformity that is enforced with guilt and shame is one that will likely never be broken. It takes a strong person like Honda to ignore this death cult, that awaits the slightest setback. Thomas Edison is quoted as saying, “I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work.” In doing some quick research on Honda, he, too, was obviously instilled with that spirit.

Survivor Obokata could wreak her revenge by getting hired at a research company outside these islands of innovation death. I'm sure that European and American companies would be willing to examine her work, and she might find a place inside one of them. Of course, then, if she proves her case, she will be derided for being a traitor for not staying in Japan and giving the national identity an injection of pride. The poor woman can't win in this classic Catch 22, but she must find the internal strength of a Honda or Tadashi and continue her work. Hopefully, these monsters haven't killed her spirit of research.
What if the 2 Nobel laureates (山中伸弥, 野依良治) are behind unscrupulous perpetrators at NHK?
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Saturday, August 16 2014 @ 07:06 PM JST


I can't agree more although I'm completely in the dark about the history of motorcycles and the biography of Soichiro Honda.

Some 20 years ago I delved into this behavior called mimicry. I still don't know the difference between mimicry and imitation. But semantics aside, I came to the conclusion at that time that it's not very precise to say while the Japanese are good at imitating, other peoples (Chinese, Americans, etc.) value originality.

According to zoologists, there are two types of mimicking behavior: one is defensive mimicry, the other aggressive mimicry.

The Japanese are like the grasshopper. With a very small number of exceptions such as Honda, they imitate others for the purpose of defending themselves against risks of being different from others.

On the other hand, most other peoples are like the the owl that imitates to ambush it's prey.

I think this is why the Japanese are conformists who are extremely fearful about being creative.

What if the 2 Nobel laureates (山中伸弥, 野依良治) are behind unscrupulous perpetrators at NHK?
Authored by: Diogenes on Saturday, August 16 2014 @ 07:21 PM JST
This is a good link detailing his life. http://www.notablebiographies.com/He-Ho/Honda-Soichiro.html

I remember well the gushing praises the business journals in the U.S. announced when he burst onto the American market. He was, and likely is today, a great model for American business innovators to emulate. As the opening line of this report tells us: "An independent person in a country not known for its willingness to accept nonconformists (those that do not cooperate with customs), Soichiro Honda created an automobile giant despite the opposition of the Japanese government. One of his company's cars, the Accord, was a best-selling model in the American market."

That says it all.
What if the 2 Nobel laureates (山中伸弥, 野依良治) are behind unscrupulous perpetrators at NHK?
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Sunday, August 17 2014 @ 10:03 PM JST


Here below I take the liberty to post an offline comment from Samwidge on the summary of my story added this morning at the top of the piece.


In terms of writing, this is good as long as you give it a real person. It will be believable only if you name the institutions to which the victim wrote and requested help after the events. Naturally, their responses or the lack of responses should also be noted.

Examples, names and dates should be shown. The mysterious death is important in telling this story. In my own case, a friend died mysteriously (he was actually driven to death by a rich government executive and a band of extremists).

The story was difficult for me to prove to media. I presume that you have evidence of the private note read publicly? If this is the case, you have hard evidence of fraud and complicity.

Samwidge

What if the 2 Nobel laureates (山中伸弥, 野依良治) are behind unscrupulous perpetrators at NHK?
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Monday, August 18 2014 @ 02:24 AM JST


YOU WROTE: "In terms of writing, this is good as long as you give it a real person. It will be believable only if you name the institutions to which the victim wrote and requested help after the events."

Which are you talking about, the name of “a real person” or the names of “the institutions”? If you mean the names of individuals, I don't understand why I should know these names and tell them to my audience. As you may know a blogger isn't a police officer or a private dick.

"The victim” wrote nothing to anyone because she is supposedly represented by the lawyer named Miki. And I didn't bother to call him to ask if he'd taken these actions you seem to be suggesting because I have yet to receive a retainer for my work from Ms. Obokata.

YOU WROTE: "----- dates [of these events] should be shown."

I thought I showed the dates in my piece. Admittedly I just had to rely on the reports by the Japan Times (see the link,) Kunio Takeda (see the link) and many other media outlets. Again I'm not a police officer or a private dick. So I didn't bother to crosscheck these dates with anyone else.

YOU WROTE: "In my own case, a friend died mysteriously ....."

I'm sorry I know nothing about your friend because you didn’t tell us anything about him or her as I’ve done about Obokata in great detail since March. But please don't mix up your unfortunate friend and the troubled scientist.

YOU WROTE: "[My] story was difficult for me to prove to media."

In my case I don't think I have to prove anything to the media. The only responsibility of an independent blogger like me is to prove his argument to the audience on the assumption that he is talking to a small number of people who still have the ability to THINK using their own brains.

YOU WROTE: "I presume that you have evidence of the private note read publicly?"

You bet I have as I wrote in the piece. I hope I wasn't hallucinating like a junkie. Believe it or not, I’ve never used substance in my lifetime, except nicotine.

Frankly I have great difficulty understanding what you are getting at. Please tell me if you think I'm just wasting your time and mine.

What if the 2 Nobel laureates (山中伸弥, 野依良治) are behind unscrupulous perpetrators at NHK?
Authored by: Diogenes on Monday, August 18 2014 @ 06:52 AM JST
In the sci fi film, "2001: A Space Oddyssey," the HAL 9000 attempted a coup d'etat of sorts on board the spacecraft. This is the conversation between HAL and Dave just before Dave turned HAL off.

Dave Bowman: Hello, HAL. Do you read me, HAL?

HAL: Affirmative, Dave. I read you.

Dave Bowman: Open the pod bay doors, HAL.

HAL: I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that.

Dave Bowman: What's the problem?

HAL: I think you know what the problem is just as well as I do.

Dave Bowman: What are you talking about, HAL?

HAL: This mission is too important for me to allow you to jeopardize it.

Dave Bowman: I don't know what you're talking about, HAL.

HAL: I know that you and Frank were planning to disconnect me, and I'm afraid that's something I cannot allow to happen.

Dave Bowman: [feigning ignorance] Where the hell did you get that idea, HAL?

HAL: Dave, although you took very thorough precautions in the pod against my hearing you, I could see your lips move.

Dave Bowman: Alright, HAL. I'll go in through the emergency airlock.

HAL: Without your space helmet, Dave? You're going to find that rather difficult.

Dave Bowman: HAL, I won't argue with you anymore! Open the doors!

HAL: Dave, this conversation can serve no purpose anymore. Goodbye.

(After Dave begins dismantling HAL)

HAL: I'm afraid. I'm afraid, Dave. Dave, my mind is going. I can feel it. I can feel it. My mind is going. There is no question about it. I can feel it. I can feel it. I can feel it. I'm a... fraid. Good afternoon, gentlemen. I am a HAL 9000 computer. I became operational at the H.A.L. plant in Urbana, Illinois on the 12th of January 1992. My instructor was Mr. Langley, and he taught me to sing a song. If you'd like to hear it I can sing it for you.

Dave Bowman: Yes, I'd like to hear it, HAL. Sing it for me.

HAL: It's called "Daisy."

[sings while slowing down]

HAL: Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do. I'm half crazy all for the love of you. It won't be a stylish marriage, I can't afford a carriage. But you'll look sweet upon the seat of a bicycle built for two.

****************************************************************************************************************************************
I guess these days, instead of using an impersonal name like HAL 9000, creators of these things give them anthropomorphic names. I would suggest that you call emergency services and have them attend to this modern HAL 9000 and do either a reboot or retire this model, if that won't fix the problem.
What if the 2 Nobel laureates (山中伸弥, 野依良治) are behind unscrupulous perpetrators at NHK?
Authored by: Y.Yamamoto on Monday, August 18 2014 @ 07:56 AM JST

Thank you very much for reminding me of this old, sweet Daisy song.

The tune is all too familiar because these days people surrounding me are all singing it nonstop from morning till night.