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Reuters News Police Removes Comment on Japan’s Corrupt Politics

Posted by feww on October 20, 2014

Censoring comments reveals Reuters want of journalistic integrity

A comment concerning the corrupt state of politics in Japan, posted at by one of our readers, was disallowed/ removed by Reuters news police.

The reader contended, and we’ve confirmed, that the comment contained original quotes from a book written by a prominent Japanese businessman, humanitarian and author, Toshihiko Abe, who was a former Director of European and American Operations at Casio Ltd.

The book, titled “Japan’s Hidden Face: A Call for Radical Change In Japanese Society & Commerce,” published by BainBridge Books, Philadelphia, is available in the United States  and Japan

The comment, which was submitted to Reuters and copied to Fire-Earth, is as follows:

In his book, “Japan’s Hidden Face,” the prominent Japanese businessman and author Toshihiko Abe says:

In Japan, although the prime minister is “the leader of the nation,” it’s “someone else sitting behind the scene [who] holds the real power. He can have the Diet designate whomever he wants to be prime minister, and manipulate him as he like, though he has no legal ground to do so at all. His power simply derives from money. This makes all LDP leaders absorbed in a money game, rather than working out good policies for the people. For the last [fifty] years, politicians, government officials and businessmen have built up a triangle of interests.” [P177]

“[The Boss] can simply replace his robot prime minister when necessary.” [page 183]

“Businesses provide ministers and government officials with positions in private companies after retirement. If government officials are faithful to LDP rulers, an easy and comfortable life is guaranteed for the rest of their lives.” [page 184]

[Japan’s Hidden Face ISBN 1-891696-05-X BainBridge Books]
[Library of Congress Catalog Card #98-70339]

This begs the question, at whose behest did Reuters news police remove the highly informative material that has previously been published by a respectable publisher?

Why Is Reuters So Afraid Of Truth?

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Why is Reuters Afraid of Truth?

Posted by feww on October 20, 2014

Continued …

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The Funny Thing Is …

Posted by feww on June 29, 2013

Extreme heat wave in western U.S. severely affects journalistic integrity globally !

We’ve been advised yet another one of FIRE-EARTH forecasts, World Record High Temperature Could Be Broken This Year, posted on June 5, 2013 has become the “property” of Cabal News Network and a dozen other news/weather websites in the U.S., U.K. and even Australia as of Friday June 28, 2013.

The forecast followed an earlier one titled U-S Drought 2013: Fueled by Heat from Hell? posted on January 31, 2013.

The FIRE-EARTH weather/climate forecasts, which have been readily adopted and plagiarized by others since 2007,  form parts of the big picture that the same models have helped project the Disaster Calendar:


987 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in the brief Human History

Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.

[NOTE: For the record, there are NO models, systems or means of forecast currently available on this planet, other than the FIRE-EARTH Models, that could predict weather/ climatic events so far in advance.]

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Never has a proverb been so literally true as the following attributed to Sun Tzu [Sun Wu] ~ “If you wait by the river long enough, the bodies of your enemies will float by.”

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