REAL REASON this kleptocracy clings to pre-Pacioli system (マイナンバー制度は追い剥ぎ国家の集大成)
Contributed by: Y.Yamamoto
"You can only be charitable with your own money."
-Andrew Napolitano, former judge of the Supreme Court of New Jersey
日本国の負債総額は1,229兆円などという大ウソを例によって鵜呑みにしている日本猿の皆さん (公認会計士の先生方も含む) は、イタリア・ルネサンスの影の主役と呼ばれるルカ・パチオーリの没後498年も経っというのに、小学生の小遣帳並みの単式簿記による現金主義会計にいつまでしがみついているつもりなのか。あなたたちは、クレジットカードでもないのに額面が「マイナス千円」となっている「現金」をポケットの中に入れて持ち歩く事は出来ないということが何を意味するのか考えた事がないのか？ 来年は申年のようだが、サルには負けたくないという気概を持つことさえ出来ないのであれば、これを機会に今後人間面をするのはいっさい止めたらどうなんだ。
However, as I've often pointed out, it's a transparent trick. For one thing GDP doesn't represent government's productivity. Anyone in his right mind doesn't want to repay someone else's debt unless he has a compelling reason to do so.
Another thing that makes it a gimmick is the fact that the government-retained economists, analysts, and professors keep saying, "Don't worry too much because government's creditors are mostly its own people." They should know even in the world's most monolithic country, the people are a separate entity from their state and they aren't owned by their government. What they are saying all comes down to the truism that in Japan's consolidated balance sheet, which is nonexistent rather than just undisclosed, the accounting equation (Assets=Liabilities+Capital) would still hold true.
And most importantly, there is a sizable amount of debt without IOUs incurred mainly from the national pension plans most of which are contributory type.
In 1494, at the height of the Italian Renaissance, Luca Pacioli, who was the mentor, collaborator and math teacher of Leonardo da Vinci, invented the double-entry accounting method based on his own discovery that in the modern world, man's deed should always entail two or more different implications which are often contradictory with each other.
When I wrote it would take an eternity for Japan's public sector to switch its accounting system to the one Pacioli advocated 521 years ago, I referred to it as the Pacioli Revolution because the change in the bookkeeping method is only the smallest part of Pacioli's invention.
If you visit the website of the Japan Pension Administration, you will find the amount of the fund entrusted to it and its breakdown, i.e. investment portfolio, buried deep in the innermost pages. According to these pages, the total assets entrusted to them by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare amount to some 123.9 trillion yen. But the funny thing is that you won't find the total amount of liabilities which should represent their fiduciary responsibilities toward us. What a joke. They just want us to swallow the amount of the total assets which isn't supported by the amount of the total liabilities at all.
Actually it took me more than one year to convince them that it's my right to know at least my part of their fiduciary responsibility, i.e. how much they owe me. At first they flatly declined to comply with my demand, saying, "No one has ever asked us to disclose such data." I had to tell them I was a project manager when the Japanese subsidiary of IBM Corporation implemented nation's first ever pension plan in the wake of the enactment of ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974) in the United States. Only then they reluctantly sent me incomplete data including my payment history of pension premiums dating back to April 1959. I had to extrapolate myself the rest of the actuarial data such as the rates at which to come up with the present values of the premiums.
From my own Excel chart shown above, now I know I will have to live on until I'm 99 if I want to fully reclaim what I paid throughout my career. And I should be around until I'm 110 if I want to get paid the return on investment on top of my contributions.
Now I must ask:
Who has stolen this much from me?
Every time I talked about the pathology of Japanese credulousness, American visitors to this website never failed to defend these suckers, saying I was just exaggerating their stupidity. That is quite natural. From the colonialist point of view, these guys are an ideal partner because they are submissive enough to be reshaped into any form that readily conforms to entirely foreign and fake principles.
On the other hand their Japanese counterparts would always say scornfully of the victim of an identity scam: "What a gullible guy. I would never have acted that generous. Fortunately or unfortunately, I have no money to be swindled in the first place."
They don't seem to know the real implication of what they are saying. But, In fact, they all know deep inside that in this country, the more you are credulous, the more it's likely you win the game, and it's never the other way around.
|Maybe my former "friend" Benjamin Fulford is a different story. He is a little savvier at least financially. The extremely prolific writer as he is deceived himself before he did others.|
Fulford has authored more than a dozen books in Japanese. In 2004 he published "泥棒国家の完成" (Mopping up the state dominated by thieves.) To be more precise he should have translated the word kleptocracy as 追い剥ぎ国家 which means a state dominated by robbers rather than thieves. But either way, credit should be given to the author for using the inflammatory word in public for the first time here.
However, the subtitle already betrays the daring title. It reads something like "Political racketeers, bureaucrats, big businesses and yakuza gangsters are fully aligned behind it." As usual Fulford is careful enough to exclude his audience from those who are responsible for the rotten regime.
Now it's evident from his disgraceful lie about "the innocent victims" that he has a shrewd eye set on the very same loot to secure his handsome cut in it.
The fraudulent author has now been naturalized and surrounded by a growing number of Japanese cultists. You may think these loyal members of his conspiracy cult must have a certain amount of critical mind. But that is not the case at all. For one thing they dare not ask their guru the following questions:
● Which is more kleptocratic, your native country Canada or adopting country Japan?
● If Canada is more like a kleptocracy, why did you write about the problem inherent to Japan before addressing the problem facing Canada?
● If Japan is worse, why did you become naturalized here?
Now this kleptocracy is getting into its real mop-up stage with the "My Number Law" sneakily enacted on October 5 behind the smoke screen about nonissues such as "hawkish" bills related to the Japan-U.S. security treaty. They did this on a paper-thin pretext that the My Number system will "make various administrative procedures smoother." But on the contrary they intended to double the steps involved there in order to secure their jobs while creating extra revenues for their pet contractors.
Mitsuru Kuroda, former local government employee, warns in his blog that an estimated 0.5 to 1 million unregistered people are now losing their employment opportunity and all the entitlements simply because My Numbers won't be assigned to them. Although Kuroda doesn't mention it, these subhumans still can't expect they will be relieved of the duty for tax payment.
Relatively well-informed about nation's demography, Kuroda makes an educated guess. Yet I think it's a gross underestimate. Who can be so sure about the "ghost population"? It's something like telling how many perfect crimes have been committed when a perfect crime is defined as one which hasn't been detected.
Certainly I'm one of them. I can't expect to have a My Number given to me because my residence registration was erased when I decided to opt out of Japan's medical cartel for five specific reasons. That means that Japan Pension Administration will start finally defaulting on its pension obligation toward me at earliest in January. It's something like your bank declares out of the blue that you are not allowed to withdraw your deposit because your 6-decade-old bank account number is no longer valid as from today.
It's a blatant crime the kleptocracy committed against the people.
|Recent reports had it that earlier this week, hundreds of people filed class action lawsuits against the government on charges that the My Number System is unconstitutional. But it's obvious these plaintiffs had been waiting until it was too late just like Okinawa Governor Takeshi Onaga and his supporters started a full-fledged campaign against the planned relocation of U.S. Marine Corps Air Station from Futenma to Henoko only after Onaga's predecessor had made it a fait accompli.|
The new system is expected to create a trillion-yen business opportunity for the IT industry. Everyone knows the plan is irreversible now because the bureaucrats have already pocketed the bribery of at least 100 billion yen. Now I must conclude this is just yet another alibi exercise.
- To be followed by a post titled Русский народ: the people who need to be slaughtered recurrently ·