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War responsibility of Communist, Comintern

Russia, China, Korea [] 2012/11/24(Sat) 16:27:59.51:1jqN2BY70
War responsibility of Communist, Comintern

The Pacific War is a part of The Greater East Asia War.
(The Pacific War + The Japan-China War = The Greater East Asia War)
Communists of the world drove Japan into war.
The Comintern played a particularly important role.
Sorge and Hotsumi Ozaki who belonged to the Comintern were active in Japan.

U.S. assures that Senkaku Islands belong to Japan [] 2013/01/19(Sat) 22:54:02.23:w2LYGaP70
Clinton assures Japan on islands, invites Abe to U.S. in February (REUTERS) 18 January 2013

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton assured Japan on Friday of U.S. support in Tokyo's dispute with
Beijing over a string of islands and invited new Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to Washington
in late February for a meeting with President Barack Obama.

(Sankei Shimbum; Japanese news paper)
U.S.A. assured that Senkaku Islands are territories of Japan at the conference of foreign ministers.
The U.S. Government gave the Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs warm reception.

The Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs participated in an intelligence briefing of the Department of State.

Japan and the United States shared top secret information.

Japan and the United States check China jointly.
Algeria siege ends in bloodshed 19 January 2013 [] 2013/01/20(Sun) 13:44:03.54:tgGeqsUD0
Algeria crisis: Captors and hostages die in assault (BBC) 19 January 2013

A four-day siege at a gas facility in the Sahara desert has ended, with militants
and some hostages killed.

Jananese news paper; Sankei Shimbum
(Algeria hostage crisis) Japan and Britain cooperated closely 19 January 2013

British Prime Minister Cameron teleconferenced with Japanese Prime Minister Abe
about Algeria hostage crisis.

1. Anxiety about a large number of victims
2. Japan and Britain fights against terrorism together
3. Japan and Britain cooperates closely from now on

Japanese news paper; Yomiuri Shimbum
The U.K. suggested the offer of the plane for Japanese transportation. 19 January 2013

British Prime Minister Cameron teleconferenced with Japanese Prime Minister Abe
about Japanese transportation by British airplane.
China anger at US remarks on Japanese Senkaku islands [] 2013/01/22(Tue) 19:40:52.78:34CawPiD0
China anger at US remarks on East China Sea islands (BBC) 21 January 2013

China's foreign ministry has strongly criticised the US for backing Japan's control of a
disputed group of islands in the East China Sea.

Mrs Clinton had warned that the US opposed any action that would undermine
Japanese administration of the islands

Senkaku islands (Japanese territory)
The archipelago consists of five islands and three reefs
Senkaku islands is territory of Japan and form part of Okinawa prefecture
Japanese business man Kunioki Kurihara owned three of islands and sold them to the Japanese state

Senkaku Islands are important militarily and play a role to disturb aggression to the Pacific of the Chinese navy.
China and North Korea covet for nuclear attack against U.S.A. [] 2013/01/24(Thu) 20:16:28.74:/4aCN2Jg0
North Korea says new nuclear test will be part of fight against U.S. 24 January 2013

The North's National Defense Commission said the moves would feed into an "upcoming all-out action"
that would target the United States, "the sworn enemy of the Korean people."

North Korea to carry out third nuclear test 'aimed at US' (THE TELEGRAPH) 24 Jan 2013
North Korea plans to carry out a third nuclear test and more rocket launches aimed at
"arch-enemy" the United States.

Target US: N.Korea warns of new nuclear missile launch (Reuters) 24 Jan 2013

North Korea plans new nuclear test, threatens to target US (Reuters) 24 Jan 2013

North Korea in nuclear warning after UN rocket resolution (BBC) 23 January 2013

North Korea Vows Nuclear Test and Threatens U.S. (NY times) 24 Jan 2013

China and North Korea covet for nuclear attack against U.S.A. (Sankei Shimbun) 24 January 2013

China and North Korea desire full-scale war against U.S.A.
New York Times 'hit by hackers from China' [] 2013/01/31(Thu) 19:48:41.89:RljPMjWv0
New York Times 'hit by hackers from China' 31 January 2013

Hackers from China have "persistently" infiltrated the New York Times for the last
four months, the US paper says.

It said the attacks coincided with its report into claims that the family of Chinese
Premier Wen Jiabao had amassed a multi-billion dollar fortune.

The hackers used methods which have been "associated with the Chinese military"
to target the emails of the report's writer, the paper said.

The New York Times said the hacking was focussed on the computers of David Barboza,
the paper's bureau chief in Shanghai who wrote the report, and one of his predecessors,
Jim Yardley.

The hackers had installed malware which enabled them to access any computer using
the New York Times network, steal the password of every employee, and access 53
personal computers, mostly outside the Times offices.

The Times said experts had found that the attacks "started from the same university
computers used by the Chinese military to attack United States military contractors in
the past".

The New York Times says its computer networks were repeatedly hacked by Chinese
(FOX NEWS) 31 January 2013

Chinese hackers 'attack New York Times after Wen Jiabao investigation'
(The Telegraph)31 January 2013
Wall Street Journal 'also victim of China hacking attack' [] 2013/02/01(Fri) 20:39:21.45:ypSkRGJE0
Wall Street Journal 'also victim of China hacking attack' (BBC) 31 January 2013

Hackers from China have infiltrated the computer systems of the Wall Street Journal (WSJ),
in the second reported attack on a major US news outlet.

The Journal says the hackers were trying to monitor its China coverage.

The New York Times reported earlier that Chinese hackers had "persistently" penetrated its
systems for the last four months.

Beijing has been accused by several governments and companies of carrying out cyber espionage
for many years.

Beijing has been accused by several governments, foreign companies and organisations of carrying
out extensive cyber espionage for many years, seeking to gather information and to control China's image.

Wall Street Journal Announces That It Was Hacked by the Chinese, Too (The New York Times)

New York Times, Wall Street Journal say Chinese hackers broke into computers (CNN)

Wall Street Journal says Chinese hackers infiltrated its computer systems too (The Washington Post)

Wall Street Journal: Chinese hacked us, too (CBS NEWS)

Chinese Hackers Infiltrate WSJ Computer Systems (FOX buxiness)
North Korean ICBM is menace to U.S. mainland [] 2013/02/02(Sat) 05:58:14.53:RW72f7A70
"Menace to U.S. mainland" North Korean nuclear warhead, U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense
(Sankei Shimbun) 1 February 2013

Mark W. Lippert (Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs (APSA))
who is visiting Japan said that North Korean long-range missile is menace to U.S. mainland.

APSA talked about the possibility that North Korea completed ICBM in the future.
APSA supposed that there is still technical problem for nuclear warhead development of NK.

North Korean nuclear warhead is menace to U.S. mainland (Nikkei Shimbun) 2013.2.1

Mark W. Lippert
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs (APSA)
Senkaku islands: Japan may release China radar data (BBC) [] 2013/02/09(Sat) 15:35:37.00:djZGjgRS0
Senkaku islands: Japan may release China radar data (BBC) 9 February 2013

Japan says it may release evidence to prove a Chinese naval frigate locked its
fire-control radar onto a Japanese ship near disputed islands.

Tokyo said it might release the data after Beijing rejected accusations it had
targeted the destroyer last month.

The incident would be the closest the two countries have come to exchanging
fire in the reignited dispute over the islands in the East China Sea.

"The government is considering the extent of what can be disclosed," Kyodo news
agency quoted Japanese Defence Minister Itsunori Onodera as saying.

Earlier this week, Mr Onodera said a Japanese military helicopter was also targeted
with a similar type of radar by another Chinese frigate on 19 January.
US Believes Japan on China Radar Incident [] 2013/02/12(Tue) 21:59:11.81:gqS+Icmp0
US Believes Japan on China Radar Incident (abc NEWS) 11 February 201

The U.S. says it believes its ally Japan's allegation that China activated its weapons-guiding radar
last month in an escalation of tensions between the two Asian powers in the East China Sea.

China denies Japanese claims that Chinese naval vessels locked their radar onto a Japanese destroyer
and helicopter. It accuses Japan of fabricating reports to smear China.

But State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said Monday that the U.S. was briefed by Japan,
and quote, "we have satisfied ourselves that it does appear to have happened."

China and Japan are embroiled in a territorial spat over a cluster of tiny islands called Senkaku in Japanese.
Washington says it takes no stance in the sovereignty dispute, but opposes "unilateral actions" undermining
Japan's administration of the islands.
China military unit 'behind prolific hacking' [] 2013/02/20(Wed) 21:24:04.35:qVOS9ddJ0
China military unit 'behind prolific hacking' 19 February 2013

A secretive branch of China's military is probably one of the world's
"most prolific cyber espionage groups", a US cyber security firm has said.

Mandiant said Unit 61398 was believed to have "systematically stolen hundreds
of terabytes of data" from at least 141 organisations around the world.

The White House said it has taken its concerns about cyber-theft to the highest
levels of China's government.

In an indication of the military sensitivity around the Shanghai site pinpointed by
the report as home to the hacking group, the BBC's John Sudworth and his
camera crew were briefly detained by soldiers when they went to film the facility.
They were only released once they had handed over their footage.

'Extensive campaign'

In its unusually detailed report, US-based computer security company Mandiant
said it had investigated hundreds of data breaches since 2004, most of which it
attributed to what it termed "Advanced Persistent Threat" actors.

The most prolific of these actors is APT1, which Mandiant says is "a single organisation
of operators that has conducted a cyber espionage campaign against a broad range of
victims since at least 2006".

The firm said it had traced the hacking activities of APT1 to the site of 12-storey building
in the Pudong area of Shanghai. It said that Unit 61398 of the People's Liberation Army
"is also located in precisely the same area" and that the actors had similar "missions,
capabilities and resources".
White House vows to fight trade-secrets theft [] 2013/02/21(Thu) 20:35:38.26:oDzZv8mx0
White House vows to fight trade-secrets theft (BBC) 20 February 2013

The White House has vowed to fight foreign theft of US trade secrets, a day after
a report linked China's military to prolific cyber-theft.

The administration's strategy document warned that such activity threatened US economic
and national security.
The US says it has repeatedly raised concerns with China about cyber-attacks and stolen
trade data.

BBC reporter detained investigating China hacking (BBC) 19 February 2013

A secretive branch of China's military is most likely one of the world's "most prolific cyber
espionage groups", a US cyber security firm has said.
Mandiant said it had traced the hacking activities of APT1 to the site of a 12-storey building
in the Pudong area of Shanghai.
The BBC's John Sudworth went along to investigate but was stopped and briefly detained.

Chinese cyberspies have hacked most Washington institutions (The Washington Post)

The asking security experts which powerful Washington institutions have been penetrated
by Chinese cyberspies, and this is the usual answer: almost of them.

The list of those hacked in recent years includes law firms, think tanks, news organizations,
human rights groups, contractors, congressional offices, embassies and federal agencies.
China Cultural Revolution murder trial sparks debate [] 2013/02/21(Thu) 21:00:50.23:oDzZv8mx0
China Cultural Revolution murder trial sparks debate (BBC) 21 February 2013

The trial in China of an elderly man accused of murder during the Cultural Revolution
has sparked online debate.

(photo)The Cultural Revolution radicalised young Chinese into acts of violence against "elites"

The man, reportedly in his 80s and surnamed Qiu, is accused of killing a doctor he believed was a spy.
The Cultural Revolution, launched by Mao Zedong in 1966, was an era of violence against
intellectuals and other alleged bourgeois elements.
Mao's 10-year Cultural Revolution was intended to produce massive social, economic and political
upheaval to overthrow the old order.
Ordinary citizens - particularly the young - were encouraged to challenge the privileged, resulting
in the persecution of hundreds of thousands of people who were considered intellectuals or
otherwise enemies of the state.
The BBC's John Sudworth in Shanghai says the topic of what went on during the Cultural Revolution
remains highly sensitive in China and public discussion of it is limited, but that the trial has caused
fierce debate online.

Rare Chinese Cultural Revolution photos on display (BBC) 13 October 2013

Red Guards (China)
BBC World Service shortwave radio blocked in China [] 2013/02/26(Tue) 21:54:31.67:0CSzcszV0
BBC World Service shortwave radio blocked in China 25 February 2013

The BBC has said shortwave broadcasts in English of World Service radio
are being jammed in China.

"The BBC strongly condemns this action which is designed to disrupt audiences'
free access to news and information," said the statement.

The BBC has experienced several instances of satellite services being jammed
in recent years. Shortwave jamming is less frequent, it says, although it has hit
transmissions by BBC Persian in Iran and was historically used to block
broadcasts during the Cold War.

BBC director of global news Peter Horrocks said the jamming in China was being
timed to cause maximum disruption to BBC World Service English broadcasts there.

"The deliberate and co-ordinated efforts by authorities in countries such as China
and Iran illustrate the significance and importance of the role the BBC undertakes
to provide impartial and accurate information to audiences around the world," he said.
Japan uses Baroness Thatcher and Falkland Islands as inspiration [] 2013/02/28(Thu) 19:31:37.97:plVnjtVV0
Japan uses Baroness Thatcher and Falkland Islands as inspiration (The Telegraph) 28 Feb 2013

Shinzo Abe, Japan's hawkish prime minister embroiled in a row with China over tiny islands,
has invoked Baroness Thatcher's reflections on the Falklands war to stress the importance
of the rule of law at sea.

Mr Abe, in a speech to parliament said Japan's national interests "lie in making the seas,
which are the foundation of our nation's existence, completely open, free and peaceful."

Mr Abe went on to quote a remark from Baroness Thatcher's memoirs, reflecting on the
Falklands war, in which she said Britain was defending the fundamental principle that
international law should prevail over the use of force.

The war over the remote South Atlantic archipelago began when Argentine troops landed on
the Falkland islands on April 2, 1982, and ended 74 days later with their surrender.
The conflict killed about 650 Argentine and 255 British troops.

Continuing in his own words, Mr Abe said: "The rule of law at sea. I want to appeal to international
society that in modern times changes to the status quo by the use of force will justify nothing."

Mr Abe, who took office in December after his conservative party's big election win, reiterated
in his speech that the islands are Japanese territory, and urged Beijing not to escalate tensions.

He added, however, that Sino-Japanese relations were vital for Japan and said his door was always open to dialogue.

Abe also stressed the importance of the U.S.-Japan security alliance days after his summit with President Barack Obama.
Supporting Japan is to deter China most (USA) [] 2013/02/28(Thu) 20:40:22.94:plVnjtVV0
Supporting Japan is to deter China most. (Japanese Senkaku islands)
(U.S. member of the House of Representatives) 27 February 2013

U.S. memeber of the House of Representatives Randy Forbes (Republican) spoke as follows.
(free translation)
If U.S.A. expresses strongly that U.S.A. supports ally Japan, it restrains China most.
U.S.A. expects stable of th East Asia, but China craves war.
Japan and United States must issue clear messages for Japanese Senkaku Islands defense
against the Chinese Communist Party.
-U.S.A. supports Japan about Japanese Senkaku Islands
-U.S.A. monitors aggression of China in detail

James Randy Forbes (member of U.S. House of Representatives)
Committee on Armed Services; subcommittee on Readiness (Chairman)
founder and chairman of the Congressional China Caucus
Fukuzawa Yukichi (movie 1991 Japan Toei.co) [] 2013/03/02(Sat) 12:06:57.13:nKo7rLT20
Fukuzawa Yukichi (movie 1991 TOEI COMPANY,LTD)

Fukuzawa Yukichi (January 10, 1835 ? February 3, 1901)

Yukichi was a Japanese author, Enlightenment writer, teacher, translator, entrepreneur and
journalist who founded Keio-Gijuku University, the newspaper Jiji-Shinpo and the Institute
for Study of Infectious Diseases. His ideas about government and social institutions made
a lasting impression on a rapidly changing Japan during the Meiji Era. He is regarded as
one of the founders of modern Japan. He is called a Japanese Voltaire.

Fukuzawa Yukichi was born into an impoverished low-ranking samurai family of the Okudaira Clan of Nakatsu in 1835.

The information collected during these travels resulted in his famous work Seiy? Jij?
("Things western"), which he published in ten volumes in 1867, 1868 and 1870.
The books describe western culture and institutions in simple, easy to understand terms,
and they became immediate best-sellers.

Keio-Gijuku University, it became a leader in Japanese higher education.
In 1901, Fukuzawa Yukichi was buried at Zenpuku-ji.
Kagawa stars as Man Utd extend lead (BBC) 3 Mar 2013 [] 2013/03/03(Sun) 14:43:07.26:TzD9oduW0
Kagawa stars as Man Utd extend lead (BBC) 2 March 2013 1742GMT
Shinji Kagawa scored a hat-trick as Manchester United beat Norwich at Old Trafford
and extended their lead at the top of the Premier League to 15 points.

United deservedly opened the scoring when Kagawa volleyed past Mark Bunn in
first-half stoppage time.

Norwich pressed for an equaliser but Kagawa ended their hopes with a neat finish
before dinking a third.

Wayne Rooney sealed the victory with a stunning effort as United warmed up for
the visit of Real Madrid in style.

Manchester United 4 Norwich City 0: match report (The Telegraph) 2 March 2013

Shinji Kagawa claimed his first hat-trick for United, with two nimble assists from
Rooney, who completed the rout with a majestic finish.

The United manager also praised Kagawa, a ?12 million pound Japanese import from Borussia
Dortmund last summer, who became the first Asian player to score a Premier League hat-trick.
Reuters Connected China (Enigma of Chinese Power) [] 2013/03/03(Sun) 22:08:57.24:TzD9oduW0
Reuters Connected China
Chinese leaders' power analysis (introduction of Connected China by Sankei Shimbun)

Analysis: From builders to managers: educating China's leadership 28 Feb 2012

Data from Connected China shows an increasing emphasis on provincial-level party leadership
experience for Politburo members.
In 1992, only nine of 23 Politburo members served as a provincial or municipal-level party chief.
In the current Politburo, 19 of the 25 have held or currently hold a provincial post at this level,
including Sun Zhengcai who is party secretary in Chongqing.

Reuters Connected China
Reuters Connected China - Career Comparison
Reuters Connected China - Social Power
Reuters Connected China - Institutional Power
Reuters Connected China - China 101 and Featured Stories
Reuters Connected China - How-To Videos
ethnic Chinese Dan Tan is Football 'match-fixer' (BBC) [] 2013/03/04(Mon) 10:59:10.04:2wAH6fjG0
Football 'match-fixer' Dan Tan with Singapore police (BBC) 21 February 2013
code name 'Dan Tan' football match fixer is ethnic Chinese (Sankei Shimbun)

A businessman linked to a global football match-fixing ring is helping Singapore
authorities with their inquiries, police say.

Tan Seet Eng, also known as Dan Tan, is said to be the central figure in a match-fixing
organisation under investigation by Interpol.

Earlier, Italy arrested a suspected associate of Dan Tan in Milan.

Investigators have been critical of Singapore for allowing alleged match fixers to live there freely.

Dan Tan's name has appeared frequently in police reports about global corruption.

ethnic Chinese Criminal networks
Dan Tan - alleged global match fixer

Believed to be an ethnic Chinese, in his late 40s
Reportedly called "the boss" and "the capo" by his accomplices
Seldom seen in public, he told a Singaporean newspaper in 2011 that he was innocent of all match-fixing charges
Implicated by Interpol in fixing of hundreds of sports events, mostly football matches
Reported to have a personal net worth of more than 58m doller (38m pound)
Chinese wiretaps in U.S. soldier's home at Okinawa [] 2013/03/04(Mon) 11:39:48.41:2wAH6fjG0
Many Chinese wiretaps have been installed in the houses of the U.S. soldiers of Okinawa
(News Post Seven) 4 March 2013

One of the battle front of the spy wars between China and U.S.A. is Okinawa.

According to Ministry of Defense, approximately 15,000 people of the personnel of U.S.
Armed Forces in Okinawa live outside their base.

A large number of wiretaps were discovered in the apartment of a member and the person
concerned of the United States Armed Forces.

According to the person related to the Pentagon, there was the case that data were stolen
from home PCs and a wiretap was installed in at the home in Okinawa of the U.S. officer.
maji [] 2013/03/04(Mon) 16:34:21.89:sWP43PWR0
忍法帖【Lv=13,xxxPT】(2+0:8) [] 2013/03/04(Mon) 18:36:16.07:6u99zo+O0
Threat Vector (Jack Ryan Novels) Author: Tom Clancy [] 2013/03/04(Mon) 20:22:47.87:l5Cx9LV50
Threat Vector (Jack Ryan Novels) Author: Tom Clancy, Mark Greaney

No.1 New York Times bestselling author Tom Clancy is back and the stakes have never been higher.

Jack Ryan has only just moved back into the Oval Office when he is faced with a new
international threat. An aborted coup in the People's Republic of China has left President
Wei Zhen Lin with no choice but to agree with the expansionist policies of General Su Ke Qiang.
They have declared the South China Sea a protectorate and are planning an invasion of Taiwan.

The Ryan administration is determined to thwart China's ambitions, but the stakes are
dangerously high as a new breed of powerful Chinese anti-ship missile endangers the US Navy's
plans to protect the island. Meanwhile, Chinese cyberwarfare experts have launched a devastating
attack on American infrastructure. It's a new combat arena, but it's every bit as deadly as any
that has gone before.

Jack Ryan, Jr. and his colleagues at the Campus may be just the wild card that his father needs
to stack the deck. There's just one problem: someone knows about the off-the-books intelligence
agency and threatens to blow their cover sky high.

Wikipedia: Threat Vector (novel)
Threat Vector is a political thriller novel by Tom Clancy and Mark Greaney published on December
4, 2012. The novel features the former CIA agent and president Jack Ryan and his son Jack Ryan Jr.

The plot centres on a plan by the People's Republic of China to invade Taiwan.
China orchestrate crippling cyber attack against the U.S.
CHINA'S NEW LEADERS (BBC) [] 2013/03/04(Mon) 22:54:47.32:l5Cx9LV50

Profiles: China's new leaders 15 November 2012

How serious is China on corruption?

Viewpoint: The powerful factions among China's rulers

China new leaders: challenges ahead

Week in China: Three Gorges Dam

Viewpoints: How serious are China-Japan tensions?

The symbolism of Xi Jinping's trip south
North Korea warns of 'thermonuclear war' [] 2013/03/07(Thu) 20:43:14.17:B3xCUU9H0
North Korea warns of 'thermonuclear (The Telegraph) war' 07 Mar 2013

North Korea has threatened to exercise its right to stage
pre-emptive nuclear attack against anyone who threatens them,
with state media warning of a "thermonuclear war".

North Korea vows nuclear attack on US ahead of UN sanctions vote (FOX) 07 March 2013

North Korea on Thursday vowed to launch a pre-emptive nuclear strike against
the United States, amplifying its threatening rhetoric hours ahead of a vote by
U.N. diplomats on whether to level new sanctions against Pyongyang for its
recent nuclear test.

North Korea ramps up nuclear rhetoric as UN vote looms (BBC) 07 March 2013

North Korea has ramped up rhetoric ahead of a UN vote on sanctions in response to its nuclear test.

Accusing the US of pushing to start a war, it vowed to exercise its right to launch
a pre-emptive nuclear attack against its aggressors.

SCO(China and Russia) promotes (Iranian and North Korean) nuclear attack against NATO
I call this "Indirect Threat Strategy".
irepuller is SCO (Russia and China), and puppets are North Korea and Iran.
This was ever called an Icebreaker theory.

Similarity of a North Korean nuclear weapon and the Cuban Missile crisis
Deception of China and Russia
Kim Jong-un declares war from March 11 [] 2013/03/10(Sun) 20:28:52.16:770QuFto0
Kim Jong-un declares warlike condition from March 11 (Sankei Shimbun) 10 March 2013

North Korea has announced it has scrapped all of its peace pacts with South Korea,
cutting off the hotline between the nations' capital cities.
That is why, the Korean War becomes "the State of War" that North Korea suggests from March 11.

A provocation by North Korea which South Korea assumes is following six items.

1. Cyberterrorism and normal terrorism for Seoul

2. Marine military attack such as the patrol sinking

3. Attack by the artillery in the neighborhood of military boundary

4. Nuclear test

5. long-range missile test

6. Attack to capital Seoul
President Obama upbraids China over cyber attacks [] 2013/03/15(Fri) 23:03:59.92:dlRIO1Vz0
President Obama upbraids China over cyber attacks (BBC) 13 March 2013

President Barack Obama has said in a TV interview that the US is engaging in
"tough talk" with China about its alleged cyber attacks on America.

Mr Obama told ABC News some, but not all, hacking originating from China was
state sponsored, although he played down congressional talk of a cyber war.

He spoke a day after US intelligence chiefs said cyber attacks had replaced
terrorism as the main security threat.

Mr Obama was asked in the interview with ABC News, broadcast on Wednesday,
about claims from US lawmakers that the scale of attacks on American firms
and infrastructure amounted to a cyber "war" with China.

"You know, there's a big difference between them engaging in cyber espionage or
cyber attacks and obviously a hot war," the president said.
U.S. CECC concern over Tibetan self-immolations [] 2013/03/19(Tue) 22:37:22.06:QfNI1ZCk0
Chairman Brown and Cochairman Smith Express Grave Concern Over Tibetan Self-Immolations

18 March 2013

(Washington, DC)?The chairmen of the bipartisan Congressional-Executive Commission on China
today urged the Chinese government to end repressive policies against the Tibetan people and to
resume a dialogue with the Dalai Lama amid ongoing and tragic Tibetan self-immolations, which
have surpassed 100.

"We hope for an end to these tragic self-immolations soon. The Chinese government can reduce
tension, but not through its current policy of harsher regulations and heavier security," said Senator
Sherrod Brown, Chairman of the Commission. "Ending policies that deny Tibetans their freedoms
of expression, association, and religion, while showing greater tolerance for cultural diversity, and
resuming a dialogue with the Dalai Lama or his representatives without preconditions would go a
long way toward easing tensions."

"In recent years, Chinese officials have tightened controls on Tibetan Buddhism and monastic
institutions, used excessive force against peaceful demonstrators, promoted resettlement and
educational policies that have threatened and disrupted Tibetan culture and language, and closed
Tibetan areas off to the outside world," said Congressman Chris Smith, Cochairman of the Commission.
"Reversing these policies and allowing international observers into the region would do much to
alleviate the situation."

Congressional-Executive Commission on China

related Japanese news (Sankei Shimbun) reported by Yoshihisa Komori
maji [] 2013/03/19(Tue) 23:27:30.52:QfNI1ZCk0
U.S.: Contractor gave nuke, other national security secrets to Chinese girlfriend (CBS) 18 March 2013

HONOLULU A defense contractor who works in intelligence at the U.S. Pacific Command has been
charged with giving national security secrets to a 27-year-old Chinese woman with whom he was
romantically involved, according to a criminal complaint unsealed Monday.

Benjamin Pierce Bishop, 59, is accused of sending the woman an email last May with information on
existing war plans, nuclear weapons and U.S. relations with international partners, according to the
complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Honolulu.

Pacific Command contractor charged with giving defense secrets to Chinese girlfriend (FOX) 18 March 2013

Contractor accused of giving info on US war plans, nuclear weapons to Chinese girlfriend (FOX) 19 March 2013

U.S. contractor charged with passing nuclear secrets to Chinese woman (Reuters) 19 March 2013

US contractor charged with passing nuclear secrets to Chinese girlfriend (NBC) 18 March 2013
Cyber attack by China was testified in SASC [] 2013/03/20(Wed) 16:11:14.18:Lto8UNkq0
United States Senate Committee on Armed Services (SASC) 19 March 2013

To receive a briefing on cybersecurity threats in review of the Defense Authorization Request
for Fiscal Year 2014 and the Future Years Defense Program.


United States Senate Committee on Armed Services

Japanese News Paper's article (Sankei Shimbun) 20 March 2013
The aim of the cyber attack of China is American trade secrets

A secretive branch of China's military is probably one of the world's "most prolific cyber espionage groups",
a US cyber security firm has said.
Mandiant said Unit 61398 was believed to have "systematically stolen hundreds of terabytes of data"
from at least 141 organisations around the world.
The most prolific of these actors is APT1, which Mandiant says is "a single organisation of operators
that has conducted a cyber espionage campaign against a broad range of victims since at least 2006".
Japan-U.S. operation in the Japanese Senkaku Islands [] 2013/03/21(Thu) 20:38:13.54:67ftawUf0
Japan-U.S. joint military operation in the Emergency of the Japanese Senkaku Islands.

Japan and the United States started the drafting of the Japan-U.S. joint military operation
to defend Japanese Senkaku Islands against China.
Shigeru Iawasaki, Chief of Staff of the Japanese self defense force and Samuel J. Locklear,
Commander, U.S. Pacific Command will agree that they hasten strategy drafting in Hawaii.

If the People's Liberation Army invades Japanese Senkaku Islands, Japan and the United States
jointly accomplish defense operation.
Chinese nuclear submarines invade the Indian Ocean [] 2013/04/07(Sun) 18:51:57.21:Q6ZspHGQ0
Chinese nuclear submarines increase activities in the Indian Ocean

Hindustan times (an Indian news paper) dated April 7 repoted that activity in the Indian Ocean
of the Chinese nuclear submarines threatened security of India.

China's submarines in Indian Ocean worry Indian Navy (Hindustan times) 7 April 2013

An increasing number of Chinese submarines venturing into the Indian Ocean Region (IOR)
pose a grave danger to India's security interests, a classified defence ministry document
has revealed.
Citing subsurface contact data shared by US forces, the document said at least 22 contacts
were recorded with vessels suspected to be Chinese attack submarines patrolling outside
Beijing's territorial waters last year.
It has warned that the "implicit focus" of the Chinese navy appears to be undermining the
Indian Navy's edge "to control highly-sensitive sea lines of communication".

[ENTER THE DRAGON] (The invasion of China)
45 number of submarines the Chinese navy has, compared with just 14 in the Indian Navy.
Beijing has a network of ports/facilities in Bangladesh (Chittagong), Myanmar (Sittwe and Coco Island),
Sri Lanka (Hambantota) and Pakistan (Gwadar) surrounding India.
Sir Winston Churchill to feature on new banknote (BBC) [] 2013/04/27(Sat) 06:36:48.95:MqeKClfY0
Sir Winston Churchill to feature on new banknote (BBC) 26 April 2013

Sir Winston Churchill will feature on the new design of a banknote which will enter
circulation in 2016, the Bank of England has announced.

The wartime leader's image is planned to feature on the reverse of the new 5 pound note,
together with one of his most celebrated quotations.

Churchill was chosen owing to his place as a ''hero of the entire free world'', said
Bank governor Sir Mervyn King.

The artwork will also include:
Churchill's declaration ''I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat''
which came in a speech in the Commons on 13 May 1940
A view of Westminster and the Elizabeth Tower from the South Bank
A background image of the Nobel Prize for literature, which he was awarded in 1953
Strategic diplomacy to divide China and Russia is desirable [] 2013/04/29(Mon) 13:34:56.88:YYqneT2J0
Strategic diplomacy to divide China and Russia is desirable (Sankei Shimbun) 29 April 2013

Zbigniew K. Brzezinski talked in CSIS. 25 April 2013
Video: Interpreting Xi Jinping's First Trip Abroad: Glimpses of an Emerging Diplomatic Strategy?

Aggressive ambitons of Xi Jinping and Obama's 'pivot' to Asia

China is afraid of ''estrangement of China from Russia'' most

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe divides China and Russia.
University of Bath Chinese student jailed over tutor bribe bid [] 2013/05/02(Thu) 10:04:21.77:2UIL5ASF0
University of Bath Chinese student jailed over tutor bribe bid (BBC) 23 April 2013

A failing student who tried to bribe his tutor while carrying a loaded air pistol has been jailed for 12 months.
(Yang Li told the tutor: ''I am a businessman.'')

Yang Li, 26, placed 5,000 pounds in cash on the professor's table but when he was told to
leave, the gun fell from his pocket. Sentencing Li at Bristol Crown Court, Judge Michael
Longman told him the weapon had caused ''fear'' and ''alarm''. Li, who admitted bribery
and possessing an imitation firearm, was also ordered to pay 4,800 pounds in costs.
The court heard the innovation and technology management masters student had arranged
the meeting with his University of Bath professor on 23 November. Mark Hollier, prosecuting,
said Li was awarded a 37 per cent mark in his dissertation - three marks off the 40% needed to pass
- and wanted to discuss his options.
(Yang Li was carrying the air pistol when he went to meet his professor at the University of Bath)

Failing Chinese student jailed for trying to bribe professor (the guardian) 23 April 2013

Yang Li offered University of Bath professor 5,000 pounds in cash to change mark for dissertation, court told.
Yang Li had a 0.177 air pistol with him when he went to meet his professor, Bristol crown court heard.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was Anti-Semite [] 2013/05/11(Sat) 09:01:19.49:9a6TyL/C0
FDR and The Holocaust: A Breach of Faith [Kindle Edition] Rafael Medoff (Author) 21 February 2013)

President Franklin Roosevelt was admired as a humanitarian--yet he shut America's doors to Jews fleeing
the Holocaust. He called himself the champion of "the forgotten man," but when it came to the Jews under
Hitler's jackboot, FDR turned away.
Dr. Rafael Medoff's new book reveals starting new evidence about FDR's most shameful hour--his willingness
to turn a blind eye to the systematic annihilation of six million European Jews.
Medoff's groundbreaking research has uncovered documents revealing FDR's private opinions about Jews--
shocking new evidence that pulls back the curtain on why he refused to admit refugees or bomb the railways
leading to Auschwitz.
This gripping historical account of the real story of President Roosevelt's record on the Holocaust is a stunning
expose of how FDR could have saved many innocent lives, yet chose not to.
maji [] 2013/05/11(Sat) 09:10:08.47:9a6TyL/C0
US accuses China government and military of cyber-spying (BBC) 7 May 2013

China's government and military have targeted US government computers as part
of a cyber espionage campaign, a US report on China says.

China has been accused of multiple cyber-attacks on US interests, which it denies

Intrusions were focused on collecting intelligence on US diplomatic, economic and
defence sectors which could benefit China's own defence programme, it says.

This is the first time the Pentagon's annual report has directly linked such attacks
to the Beijing government.

China called the report "groundless", saying it represented "US distrust".

A report from state news agency Xinhua cited Sr Col Wang Xinjun, a People's Liberation
Army (PLA) researcher, describing the report as "irresponsible and harmful to the mutual
trust between the two countries".

Both China and the US were victims of cybercrimes and should work together to tackle
the problems, the agency quoted him as saying.

The Pentagon report also criticises a "lack of transparency" in China's military
modernisation programme and defence spending.
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was Anti-Semite [] 2013/05/20(Mon) 22:28:57.11:1rx+C6Ga0
FDR and The Holocaust: A Breach of Faith [Kindle Edition] Rafael Medoff (Author) 21 February 2013)

President Franklin Roosevelt was admired as a humanitarian--yet he shut America's doors to Jews fleeing
the Holocaust. He called himself the champion of "the forgotten man," but when it came to the Jews under
Hitler's jackboot, FDR turned away.
Dr. Rafael Medoff's new book reveals starting new evidence about FDR's most shameful hour--his willingness
to turn a blind eye to the systematic annihilation of six million European Jews.
Medoff's groundbreaking research has uncovered documents revealing FDR's private opinions about Jews--
shocking new evidence that pulls back the curtain on why he refused to admit refugees or bomb the railways
leading to Auschwitz.
This gripping historical account of the real story of President Roosevelt's record on the Holocaust is a stunning
expose of how FDR could have saved many innocent lives, yet chose not to.

(Sankei Shimbun)
US accuses China government and military of cyber-spying [] 2013/05/25(Sat) 16:50:17.65:FtFPQMBj0
US accuses China government and military of cyber-spying (BBC) 7 May2013

China's government and military have targeted US government computers as part
of a cyber espionage campaign, a US report on China says.

Intrusions were focused on collecting intelligence on US diplomatic, economic and
defence sectors which could benefit China's own defence programme, it says.
This is the first time the Pentagon's annual report has directly linked such attacks
to the Beijing government.
China called the report ''groundless'', saying it represented ''US distrust''.
A report from state news agency Xinhua cited Sr Col Wang Xinjun, a People's Liberation
Army (PLA) researcher, describing the report as ''irresponsible and harmful to the mutual
trust between the two countries''.
Both China and the US were victims of cybercrimes and should work together to tackle
the problems, the agency quoted him as saying.
The Pentagon report also criticises a ''lack of transparency'' in China's military
modernisation programme and defence spending.

'Exfiltrating information'

''In 2012, numerous computer systems around the world, including those owned by the US
government, continued to be targeted for intrusions, some of which appear to be attributable
directly to the Chinese government and military,'' the report from the US Department of Defense said.
The attacks were focused on ''exfiltrating information'' that ''could potentially be used to
benefit China's defence industry, high technology industries... and military planners,'' it said.
It added that this was particularly concerning because the ''skills required for these intrusions
are similar to those necessary to conduct computer network attacks''.
Navy Names Next Two Destroyers [] 2013/05/25(Sat) 16:56:13.84:FtFPQMBj0
Navy Names Next Two Destroyers (U.S. Department of Defense) No.361-13, 23 May 2013

Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced today the next Arleigh Burke-class destroyers (DDG)
will be named USS Paul Ignatius and USS Daniel Inouye.

''As secretary of the Navy it is my privilege to name these ships to honor a respected naval leader
and a true American hero.'' Mabus said. ''For decades to come, the future USS Paul Ignatius and
USS Daniel Inouye will represent the United States and enable the building of partnerships and
projection of power around the world.''

The future USS Paul Ignatius (DDG 117) honors Paul Ignatius who served as secretary of the Navy
1967--1969 and as assistant secretary of defense under President Lyndon Johnson. The future
USS Daniel Inouye (DDG 118) is named to honor former Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii. Inouye was
awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions in Tuscany, Italy, during World War II and later became
a U.S. senator. USS Paul Ignatius and USS Daniel Inouye will be the first naval ships to bear these names.

Arleigh Burke-class destroyers conduct a variety of operations from peacetime presence and crisis
management to sea control and power projection. They are capable of fighting air, surface and
subsurface battles simultaneously and contain a myriad of offensive and defensive weapons
designed to support maritime warfare.

DDG 117 and DDG 118 are part of the DDG 51 multiyear procurement with the contract award to the
building yard pending. The ships will be 509 feet long, have a beam length of 59 feet and be capable
of operating at speeds in excess of 30 knots.
Is Edward Snowden a Russian spy? [] 2013/07/10(Wed) NY:AN:NY.AN:4sKbCAji0
Edward Snowden: Russian causes confusion with Venezuela asylum tweet

A Russian politician sparked a brief media storm claiming Edward Snowden,
the US intelligence whistleblower, had agreed to an offer of political asylum
from Venezuela, only to delete a Tweet referencing the offer minutes later.

The former CIA and National Security Agency (NSA) computer technician has
been stranded in Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport since June 23, after flying in
from Hong Kong and having his passport revoked by US authorities.
He had sought asylum from more than 20 countries in an attempt to evade the
US justice system after exposing a vast US surveillance programme but had
been thus far rebuffed.
Alexei Pushkov, the head of the Russian lower house of parliament's international
affairs committee, initially said on Twitter: "As was expected, Snowden agreed to
(Venezuelan President Nicolas) Maduro's offer of political asylum.
''Apparently this option looked like the most reliable one to Snowden.''
There was immediate confusion however as Mr Pushkov deleted the tweet, but not
before it had been picked up by a number of media organisations.
He could not immediately be reached for comment.
Soviet had 36 Japanese returned soldiers become spy forcibly [] 2013/07/22(Mon) NY:AN:NY.AN:e5asl0Zs0
Soviet had 36 Japanese returned soldiers become spy forcibly

The case of Yuri Rastvorov
In this case, a Russian spy (Yuri Rastvolov, MVD agent in Tokyo) for fear of
execution in the Soviet Union took refuge in U.S.A. in 1954.
Rastvolov revealed that there were a lot of cooperators of Russian espionage
in a Japanese returned soldier*1.

*1. According to the certain information, 500 Japanese returned soldier who were
made to write a spy written oath, the potential cooperator seemed to be 8,000
returned soldiers.

The counterespionage organization of GHQ (General Head Quarter; General of the
Army Douglas MacArthur oversaw the occupation of Japan from 1945 to 1951)
and the Russian spy organization (NKVD, MVD, NKGB, KGB, FSB, GRU, SVR)
performed many fierce battle in Tokyo.
maji [sage] 2013/08/08(Thu) NY:AN:NY.AN:AtQXnAxQI
Communists of Japanese Empire were going to hand Japan to Soviet [] 2013/08/26(Mon) NY:AN:NY.AN:Ftzwu3iA0
Communists of Japanese Empire were going to hand Japan to Soviet, 1945. (Sankei Shimbun)
from The National Archives United Kingdom, TNA

''The Seat of Great Japanese Empire promotes a breakdown to Soviet Union and communism''
reported by stationed-in-Bern Chinese Nationalist Party military officer in June, 1945.
This diplomatic cryptogram was decoded and reported as ULTRA, and it is kept now by
The National Archives United Kingdom, London.

This document supports that Soviet Union communism spread among the center of Great Japanese Empire.

Comintern member They let Japan make war on U.S.A. intentionally and let Japan defeat and were going to
achieve a communism revolution in Japan.
Objection, Mr Xi. Did you earn that law degree? - Chicom [] 2013/08/27(Tue) NY:AN:NY.AN:0+4iXtsP0
Objection, Mr Xi. Did you earn that law degree? 11 August 2013, The Sunday Times

A LEAKED document from China has raised embarrassing questions over the validity of a law degree
awarded to its leader, Xi Jinping, in 2002 at a crucial moment in his rise to rule over the country of 1.3bn people.
Analysis of Xi's unpublished dissertation for the degree, a copy of which was handed to
The Sunday Times in Hong Kong last week, lends weight to claims among Chinese academics that he
used others to help with his thesis. The contents of the work, A Tentative Study on China's Rural
Marketisation, also appeared to have little to do with the discipline of law.
Critics of the Communist party allege that Xi, 60, was granted the post-graduate doctorate by the prestigious
Tsinghua University merely to burnish his credentials for political leadership.
The end of Japanese spies of the Soviet Union communism [] 2013/08/27(Tue) NY:AN:NY.AN:0+4iXtsP0
The end of Japanese spies of the Soviet Union communism


A defector from the NKVD in Japan in January 1954, Rastvorov approached a
Secret Intelligence Service officer after he had taken English lessons from an
elderly British lady in Tokyo and negotiated his resettlement, but at the last
moment he changed his mind and opted to go to the United States. Once in America,
Rastvorov identified his contacts in Japan and gave his name to two articles published
in Life magazine. He later married his Central Intelligence Agency debriefer, with whom
he had two daughters, after being divorced by his wife in Moscow, a ballerina.
Under the name Martin Simons, he was an enthusiastic tennis player but an unsuccessful
businessman and had to be bailed out financially by his CIAhandlers. Convinced his
life was in danger, he always kept a gun handy. Rastvorov/Simons died in 2004 and his
obituary, which made front-page news, was based largely on his CIA file, which was
hastily declassified for the purpose by his lifelong friend, CIA counterintelligence expert
Paul Redmond.

American Spy: My Secret History in the CIA, Watergate and Beyond p.92
Spies were indeed everywhere. Befitting my status in Japan, I had joined the prestigious
Tokyo Lawn Tennis Club as would have been expected of me if I was truly a civilian.
I didn't know it, but a Soviet KGB agent, Yuri Rastvorov, under cover as the second secretary
of the Soviet Mission, had done the same thing in an attempt to recruit an American. His
efforts had proved fruitless, however, and he was recalled to Moscow. Unproductive agents
were dealt with severely in the Soviet Union, so he defected to the British embassy on a
cold winter morning.
Louvre hit by Chinese counterfeit ticket [] 2013/09/17(Tue) 19:44:33.01:KUn5IAPJ0
Counterfeit tickets of the Louvre is made in China. 16 September 2013, Yomiuri Shimbun
Louvre hit by Chinese counterfeit ticket scam, September 14, 2013, KPLR 11 ST. LOUIS

The Louvre discovered fake tickets that at first appeared ''in every way identical to the
genuine article, ''the spokesperson said.

Then, at the end of August, Belgian customs officers seized more than 4,000 forged
Louvre passes in a parcel from China.

The counterfeit tickets being worth at least 36 euro (48 dollar) each, that haul alone would
have saved the scammers at least 144,000 euro (about 191,000 dollar).

De faux tickets du Louvre made in China, 11 sept. 2013
U.S. and Japan Agree to Broaden Military Alliance [] 2013/10/07(Mon) 03:08:47.07:7lL0JjXh0
U.S. and Japan Agree to Broaden Military Alliance (The New York Times) October 3, 2013

US, Japan to deploy new radar, drones in next year (The Telegraph) Fri Oct 4, 2013

The United States and Japan moved Thursday to modernize and expand their defense alliance to counter
new challenges, including a nuclear-armed North Korea and potential aggression from China over disputed territory.

The Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Japan-U.S.-Australia announced the joint communique against military threat of China

In Japan-U.S. discussion, the Japanese Minister of Defense announced that discussion was performed about
striking the base of the enemy when Japan received a ballistic missile attack.

Senate panel approves former First Daughter Caroline Kennedy as US ambassador to Japan (FOX NEWS) September 30, 2013

US ambassador to Japan; Caroline Kennedy made an address to Japan.
China calls Nasa conference ban 'discriminatory' (BBC) [] 2013/10/10(Thu) 20:58:48.41:gu2iHcn30
China calls Nasa conference ban 'discriminatory' (BBC) 9 October 2013

China has criticised the US space agency Nasa over its decision to bar
Chinese scientists from attending a conference in the United States.

The meeting is a key event for scientists searching for planets beyond the solar system.
Nasa has rejected applications from Chinese nationals, citing a new security law.
In Beijing, foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying called the move ''discriminatory''.
The conference is for US and international teams who work on Nasa's Kepler space telescope programme.
It will be held at Nasa's Ames research centre in California next month.

Nasa has based its ban on a new law which prohibits anyone from China setting foot in any of its buildings.
The law, passed in March, is part of a broad and aggressive move initiated by congressman
Frank Wolf, chair of the House appropriations subcommittee that has jurisdiction over Nasa.
The counter-espionage legislation aims to restrict foreign nationals' access to Nasa facilities.
Nasa's decision has angered many US scientists who say Chinese students and researchers in
their labs are being discriminated against.
A growing number of US scientists have decided to boycott the meeting in protest, with senior
academics withdrawing individually, or pulling out their entire research groups.
Rep Wolf himself called Nasa's decision ''inaccurate''.
He said the purpose of the law was to prevent Nasa from co-operating with the Chinese government
and Chinese-owned companies, not individuals.
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Comintern covert action of Roosevelt Era [] 2013/10/12(Sat) 20:36:52.44:gluIERzn0
The roots of ''pro-China and anti-Japan''; Comintern covert action of Roosevelt Era
(Sankei Shimbun) 6 October 2013

In the United States, anti-Japan propaganda was intense before the WWII as well as the present.
The wirepuller of the anti-Japan propaganda was the Chinese Communist Party and the American
Communist Party and Comintern.
The prewar consul general to New York; Kaname Wakasugi reported the actual situation of the
anti-Japan propaganda to Japanese government by a secret telegram, but the report wasn't reflected
to a Japanese Policy. (The then Japanese Government was penetrated by the Comintern)

The title of Kaname Wakasugi NY consul general's report was ''Propaganda of China in here''; confidential document
No.560. (Diplomatic Archives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan)

Wakasugi warned the Japanese Government that Japan mustn't be instigated to Japan-U.S. estrangement
espionage by the Comintern. However, the Japanese Prime Minister of Fumimaro Konoe who was controlled
by the Comintern brought Japan close to the Pacific War.
Threat Vector by Tom Clancy : U.S.-China war, New Cold War [] 2013/10/27(Sun) 12:51:49.98:5ccz8gKy0
Threat Vector by Tom Clancy

Threat Vector (novel) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Threat Vector on Tomclancy.com

Jack Ryan has only just moved back into the Oval Office when he is faced with a
new international threat. An aborted coup in the People's Republic of China has
left President Wei Zhen Lin with no choice but to agree with the expansionist
policies of General Su Ke Quiang. They have declared the South China Sea a
protectorate and are planning an invasion of Taiwan. The Ryan administration is
determined to thwart China's ambitions, but the stakes are dangerously high as
a new breed of powerful Chinese anti-ship missiles endanger the US Navy's plans
to protect the island. Meanwhile, Chinese cyber warfare experts have launched a
devastating attack on American infrastructure. It's a new combat arena, but it's
every bit as deadly as any that has gone before. Jack Ryan, Jr. and his colleagues
at the Campus may be just the wild card that his father needs to stack the deck.
There's just one problem: someone knows about the off-the-books intelligence
agency and threatens to blow their cover sky high.
Japan will stand up to China, says PM Shinzo Abe (BBC) [] 2013/10/27(Sun) 14:12:17.64:5ccz8gKy0
Japan will stand up to China, says PM Shinzo Abe (BBC) 26 October 2013

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says other countries want Japan to adopt a more assertive
leadership role in Asia to counter the growing power of China.

Mr Abe told the Wall Street Journal there were "concerns that China was trying to change the
status quo by force, rather than by the rule of law".
Relations between China and Japan have been strained over recent years.
China said on Saturday that if Japan shot down Chinese drones, this would be considered
''an act of war'' by Beijing.
The statement was referring to reports that Mr Abe had approved defence plans that envisaged
using air force planes to shoot down unmanned Chinese aircraft in Japanese airspace.
Another contentious issue between the two countries is the dispute over a group of islands.
The islands, in the East China Sea, are controlled by Tokyo, but claimed by Beijing.
But analysts say the nations' rivalry reflects the power shift created by China's meteoric economic
and diplomatic rise while Japan has been mired in a two-decade economic slump.
China has warned against Japanese nationalism in a region where Japan's colonial expansionism
is still bitterly remembered.

'Act of war'

In the interview, Mr Abe said he had realised that ''Japan is expected to exert leadership not just on
the economic front, but also in the field of security in the Asia-Pacific''.
He promised policies to counter Japan's waning influence.
Other countries wanted Japan to stand up to China, Mr Abe said without naming any.

''There are concerns that China is attempting to change the status quo by force, rather than by rule
of law. But if China opts to take that path, then it won't be able to emerge peacefully,'' Mr Abe says.
China Tiananmen Square car blaze kills five people (BBC) [] 2013/10/28(Mon) 21:14:14.73:jbaaXIMk0
China Tiananmen Square car blaze kills five people (BBC) 28 October 2013

As the BBC's Celia Hatton explains, the BBC team were pulled over by the police
when they tried to film the aftermath of the crash

Chinese state media have said at least five people died and 38 others were injured
after a vehicle crashed in Tiananmen Square in Beijing.
Three of those killed were inside the car and the other two were bystanders.
The square was evacuated and quickly reopened after the vehicle went into the crowd
in front of the Tiananmen rostrum at midday.
Images posted online showed a vehicle in flames, amid barricades. There has been no
explanation for the crash.
Other pictures on social media showed a column of smoke rising from the scene of the crash.
Three people inside the vehicle died, Beijing police said on its official microblog account, adding
that one female tourist from the Philippines and a male tourist from Guangdong province had also died.
Senior leaders from both the central government and the local authorities in Beijing and
the Ministry of Public Security have visited the scene, it said.
An investigation is under way and the injured have been taken to hospital, Beijing police said.

Tiananmen Square was the scene of the 1989 pro-democracy protests which were ended by a military crackdown.
The site is generally kept under very tight security both because of its proximity to key political
institutions and so that is does not serve as a hub for protesters and petitioners.
Incidents do occur, nonetheless. In 2011, a man set himself on fire at Tiananmen Square following
what officials said was a legal dispute, close to the square's portrait of Chairman Mao.
Two years before that, three people set themselves on fire in a car at a busy intersection near
Tiananmen Square over what the authorities called personal grievances.
Japan needs U.S. support against Chinese bullying [] 2013/11/02(Sat) 08:45:54.76:pLZnJmF20
The Senkaku Boomerang (THE WALL STREET JOURNAL) Oct. 31, 2013
Japan needs U.S. support against Chinese bullying.

China's leaders may have thought that by frequently dispatching ships and planes into Japan's territory
around the tiny Senkaku Islands they would cause Tokyo to bow to their demands. Instead, their strategy
of harassment and intimidation has accomplished the opposite--and then some.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has rallied Japanese to defend their territorial sovereignty, and he may succeed
in reinterpreting the Japanese constitution to allow Japan to come to the military aid of its allies.

Japan has also strengthened its ties with Southeast Asia. Smaller regional powers have come to see
Tokyo as a potential defender, along with the U.S., of the peace against a hegemonic Middle Kingdom.


The danger now is that the chances of accident, miscalculation or even a shooting incident grow with
each Chinese foray near the islands. That's what makes Japan's demonstration of political resolve
and military capability all the more important, but Japan cannot be left on its own. The U.S. took the
Senkakus from Japan after World War II and returned them in the early 1970s, effectively settling
the question of their sovereignty for American purposes. The more explicit the Obama Administration
is that the Senkakus are Japanese, the likelier Beijing is to back down.

The Obama Administration should announce, ''Senkaku Islands are territories of Japan''
(Sankei Shimbun) 2013.11.2
At the time of WWII, Korean comfort women had large sum of money [] 2013/11/05(Tue) 20:30:17.23:tik4TRqX0
According to the historical materials of U.S. forces, comfort women had large sum of money
and they could buy anything which they wanted.
The real image of the comfort women was totally different from ''the sex slave'' whom Korea claimed.
(from Sankei Shimbun) 5 Nov. 2013

Korea is spreading groundless propagandas of comfort women of WWII as ''sex slaves''.
How was the true life at that time of comfort women?
According to the historical materials of U.S. forces, the real image of the comfort women was totally
different from "the sex slave" whom Korea claimed.

United States Office of War Information (ONI), Psychological Warfare Team

Report No. 49: Japanese Prisoners of War Interrogation on Prostitution

This report is based on the information obtained from the interrogation of twenty Korean ''comfort girls''
and two Japanese civilians captured around the tenth of August, 1944 in the mopping up operations
after the fall of Myitkyin a in Burma

A ''comfort girl'' is nothing more than a prostitute or ''professional camp follower'' attached to the
Japanese Army for the benefit of the soldiers.

They lived well because their food and material was not heavily rationed and they had plenty of
money with which to purchase desired articles. They were able to buy cloth, shoes, cigarettes, and
cosmetics to supplement the many gifts given to them by soldiers who had received ''comfort bags''
from home.
Offshore Control: A Proposed Strategy for an Unlikely Conflict [] 2013/11/06(Wed) 21:16:15.71:pOcnddQy0
Offshore Control: A Proposed Strategy for an Unlikely Conflict
by T.X. Hammes, Institute for national strategic studies, Strategic Forum June 2012

Any U.S. military strategy for Asia must achieve five objectives:
1. access for U.S. forces and allied commercial interests
2. assurance to Asian nations that the United States is both willing and able to remain engaged in Asia
3. deterrence of China from military action to resolve disputes
4. victory with minimal risk of nuclear escalation in the event of conflict
5. credibility in peacetime.

Offshore Controll and Japan's anti-China strategy (Sankei Shimbun) 2013.11.2

A Proposed Strategy
The strategy of Offshore Control works with willing Asia-Pacific nations to ensure that the United States can
interdict China's energy and raw material imports and industrial exports, while protecting our partners.

Five Key Assumptions.
1. China starts the conflict
2. There is a high probability that a conflict with China would be a long war
3. Any major conflict between the United States and China would result in massive damage to the global economy.
4. The United States does not understand China's nuclear decision process
5. In space or cyber domains, a first strike provides major advantages
Preparing for the Possibility of a North Korean Collapse [] 2013/11/10(Sun) 20:05:45.25:dFA+1wOG0
Preparing for the Possibility of a North Korean Collapse (RAND corporation) 2013

Impact of the ''Collapse of North Korea'' report which was published by RAND Corporation.
Sankei Shimbun 10 Nov 2013

North Korea is a failing state. Its government could collapse in the coming months or years, causing an
immense humanitarian disaster and potentially other, even more serious consequences. This report
assumes that the Republic of Korea (ROK) would decide to intervene in such a crisis with U.S. assistance
and seek Korean unification. Nei-ther the ROK nor the United States is adequately prepared for such
an intervention. Inadequately prepared, the ROK and the United States could suffer many serious
consequences, including a failed or aborted intervention, a destabilization of the region, and possibly
broader warfare.


The immediate past U.S. commander in Korea, GEN Walter Sharp, summarized the North Korean situation this way:

Combined with the country's disastrous centralized economy, dilapidated industrial sector,
insufficient agricultural base, malnourished military and populace, and developing nuclear programs,
the possibility of a sudden leadership change in the North could be destabilizing and unpredicable.

Such a sudden change could occur if the current North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un, is assassinated,
leaving no clear successor and the potential division of the senior North Korean leadership into factions
that would likely wage civil war against each other. Such a government collapse would develop into a
humanitarian disaster, one that would likely force ROK, U.S., and Chinese intervention to resolve the
resulting threats both within the region and beyond.
Official Secrets Act is necessary evil for Japan [] 2013/12/23(Mon) 23:28:23.04:nXotH5aA0
Official Secrets Act is necessary evil for Japan because Japanese military strength is weak.

The theory of the Nation with intelligence that Atsuyuki Sassa insists on

(Mr. Sassa was a former police bureaucrat, the first head of the Cabinet Security Affairs Office and a writer)

Japan is surrounded by military threats therefore potent intelligence is indispensable for Japan.

Japan should have the central intelligence agency, and the agency shoule have shields and swords.
Furthermore, Japanese intelligence agency must be closely connected to the national security council.

The nation which lacks in intelligence should annihilate,
therefore Japan should have own intelligence organization. author; Atsuyuki Sassa
Chinese military is ruling the Xi Jinping government [] 2013/12/27(Fri) 09:56:52.68:OSub52Zb0
Chinese military is ruling the Xi Jinping government by a coup d'etat
- Shocking analysis of the U.S. Department of Defense 2013.12.26

The Chinese military authorities succeeded in a coup d'etat and have already taken over the Chinese government.
Xi Jinping is only a puppet of the Chinese military authorities.
Yasukuni Shrine is equivalent to Arlington National Cemetery [] 2013/12/28(Sat) 16:41:02.41:yMNZfnSs0
Yasukuni Shrine is equivalent to Arlington National Cemetery
- Kevin M Doak, Professor and Nippon Foundation Endowed Chair,
Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, Georgetown University
(Sankei Shimbun) 28 Dec 2013

The war dead of the Boshin War (1868-1869, the Civil War for Japan) is enshrined in Yasukuni shrine.
Therefore Yasukuni shrine is equivalent to American Arlington National Cemetery.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wants to only remember the Japanese war dead killed in action at home and abroad.
Yasukuni shrine worship of the prime minister isn't justification of the war and doesn't mean militancy.

Prime Minister Abe performed the memorial service of the foreign war dead (include American, Chinese etc.) at ''Chin-Kon-Sya''.
This shows will for the peace.

Yasukuni Shrine (Wikipedia)
Arlington National Cemetery (Wikipedia)
The American media may be purchased by Chicom. [] 2014/01/01(Wed) 23:30:53.40:tvz8EQ5E0
The American media (New York Times, CNN, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post) may be purchased by Chicom.

Mr. Chen Guangbiao who is an agent of the Chinese Communist Party may rule the American media
and is going to strengthen anti-Japan propaganda.

China Tycoon Wants To Buy New York Times Dec. 31 2013

An eccentric Chinese tycoon announced on Tuesday he wants to buy The New York Times.

Chen Guangbiao, the self-made owner of a recycling empire, said he is due to meet a ''leading shareholder''
in the Times on Jan. 5 to open negotiations, even though the company's chairman, Arthur Sulzberger Jr,
has long insisted the Times is not for sale. ''There's nothing that can't be bought for the right price,'' Chen Reuters.
Man arrested in Chinese consulate fire (BBC) [] 2014/01/08(Wed) 02:40:51.81:IG3gwqcv0
Man arrested in Chinese consulate fire (BBC) 6 January 2014

The FBI has arrested a Chinese national for allegedly setting fire to the Chinese consulate building
in San Francisco, damaging the compound.

Yan Feng, 39, who lives in a suburb of the city, handed himself in to police on Friday, two days after the fire.
He is said to be a permanent US resident with no criminal record.
No-one was injured by the fire, but Chinese officials said the building was ''severely damaged'' and
condemned it as a ''vicious, destructive act of arson''.
Consular officials said an unidentified person had parked a van in front of the building then poured
two cans of petrol on the main gate and set it ablaze.
FBI Special Agent in Charge David Johnson refused to discuss a motive for the crime, but said the
agency was not investigating the case as an act of terrorism.
Mr Feng faces charges of property damages and arson.
''We're looking at it purely as a criminal matter,'' Mr Johnson said.

FBI San Francisco January 06, 2014
Individual Suspected of Damaging the Consulate General of the People's Republic of China Office in San Francisco Arrested

SAN FRANCISCO?The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DS),
the San Francisco Police Department, and the Daly City Police Department have arrested without
incident last Friday an individual suspected of damaging the Consulate General of the People's Republic
of China office in San Francisco.
According to a criminal complaint, Yan Feng, 39 of Daly City, California, detonated incendiary or explosive
devices in the vicinity of the front entrance of the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco on January 1.
China's propaganda campaign against Japan (The Washington Post) [] 2014/01/17(Fri) 22:04:47.84:m4ThhRoh0
China's propaganda campaign against Japan (The Washington Post) January 17, 2014

Kenichiro Sasae is Japan's ambassador to the United States.

China has been conducting a global propaganda campaign against Japan, the most recent
example of which was the Jan. 10 Post op-ed by Cui Tiankai, China's ambassador to the
United States. But his op-ed was wrong, and China's leaders clearly misread global attitudes.
It is not Japan that most of Asia and the international community worry about; it is China.

First of all, the Yasukuni Shrine, which was the focus of Beijing's most recent round of
anti-Japan op-eds, is a place where the souls of those who sacrificed their lives for the
country since the Meiji Restoration of 1868 have been enshrined. Japanese people visit
the shrine to pray for the souls of the war dead - more than 2.4 million - not to glorify
war or honor or justify a small number of Class A war criminals.

Last month, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited the shrine and Chinreisha, a memorial for all
war dead around the world, to make a pledge for everlasting peace based on his deep remorse
for the past. Like many other Japanese people, he said he wished to visit the shrine in sincere
remembrance of the suffering and sacrifice of Japan's soldiers and non-Japanese alike.
He did not go to pay homage to Class A war criminals nor to hurt the feelings of the Chinese
or Korean people.

It is important to note that China began raising this issue with political motives in 1985.
At that time, more than 20 visits by prime ministers to Yasukuni had gone unchallenged,
even after 14 Class A war criminals had been enshrined there in 1978.
China: Who Uses Offshore Tax Havens (ICIJ) 24 January 2014 [] 2014/01/26(Sun) 09:31:00.61:E1uv6OE00
China: Who Uses Offshore Tax Havens (ICIJ) 24 January 2014

Among thousands of Chinese users of tax havens revealed in the ICIJ files are relatives
of the country's top leaders and some of China's wealthiest men and women.
Explore their links to power and to the offshore economy.

The Red Nobility
Xi Jinping - Deng Jiagui (Brother-in-law of President Xi Jinping)
offshores: Excellence Effort Property Development Ltd., British Virgin Islands 2008

Report reveals offshore dealings of China's elite (BBC) 23 January 2014

A non-profit organisation estimates that more than 1tn dollars in illicit funds flowed out of China from 2002-2011

A trove of leaked financial documents 160 times bigger than the famous Wikileaks classified
cables has now revealed the secret offshore banking dealings of thousands of well-connected
people in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Offshore companies 'shroud' riches of China's Red Nobility (The Telegraph) 22 Jan 2014

The brother-in-law of Xi Jinping, China's president, is among those named in an investigation
into how the country's political, military and business elites are using secretive offshore companies

Relatives of top Communist Party leaders, including the brother-in-law of Xi Jinping, the Chinese
president, are allegedly using offshore tax havens that help 'shroud' their wealth, leaked financial
documents show.
Russian rubbish? (Sukhoi PAK FA T-50) [] 2014/01/26(Sun) 10:01:29.93:E1uv6OE00
Russian rubbish? India reportedly disappointed with stealth fighters from Moscow (FOX) 24 January 2014

Is the Russian arms industry getting soft?

Despite initial high expectations, the Indian Air Force appears to be souring on a joint development deal
with Russia for a new fifth-generation fighter jet, according to the Business Standard, a major Indian
business publication. The Russian prototype is ''unreliable, its radar inadequate, its stealth features badly
engineered,'' said Indian Air Force Deputy Air Marshall S Sukumar at a Jan. 15 meeting, according to minutes
obtained by the Business Standard.

That contrasts sharply with high hopes voiced by the Indian government when the joint project, to which the
Indian government has contributed 6 billion dollars, began.

''[The new plane] will have advanced features such as stealth, supercruise, ultra-maneuvrability, highly
integrated avionics suite, enhanced situational awareness, internal carriage of weapons and Network
Centric Warfare capabilities,'' the Indian government said in a December 2010 press release. Those are all
hallmarks of ''fifth generation'' aircraft.

The Indian Air Force did not respond to a request for comment.

But it is hardly surprising that the invisible-to-radar Russian fighter planes don't quite live up to the billing,
according to defense experts reached by FoxNews.com.
The Outbreak of China-U.S. War [] 2014/02/14(Fri) 22:33:05.01:fsGwujwC0
The Outbreak of China-U.S. War (the title in Japanese), Threat Vector (Original title)
[writer: Tom Clancy, Mark Greaney]

Volume One
Chinese People's Liberation Army started aggression of the South China Sea!
The Chinese Communist Party has begun to use the land, the sea, the sky, space
and cyberspace for war.

Volume Two
The Cyber strike force which Xi Jinping instructs is ''Unit 61398''.
The People's Liberation Army invaded an air boundary of Taiwan and invaded the
Philippine sea area.
The crisis of the U.S.-China all-out war is looming.

Volume Three
The People's Lieration Army blockaded the South China Sea.
The Chinese Navy fired four anti-ship missiles and damaged an Indian aircraft carrier.
The American President surrendered to Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Volume Four
The attack of Xi Jinping's ''Unit 61398'' destroyed the central of America and paralyzed
the whole land of America.
Will U.S.A. surrender to China?
This book is like the last will and testament of Tom Clancy.

Threat Vector by Tom Clancy

Threat Vector (novel) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

China-U.S. Air-Sea Battle of The South China Sea (Simulation movie)

Command: Modern Air Naval Operations (C:MANO)
China preps military for 'short, sharp war' with Japan (FoxNews) [] 2014/02/20(Thu) 23:02:26.90:yQlj8qZt0
China preps military for 'short, sharp war' with Japan, US Navy analyst says (Fox News) February 19, 2014

That is the assessment of a top U.S. Navy intelligence analyst, who told colleagues that China's People's
Liberation Army (PLA) is currently conducting training exercises in a practice scenario in which the military
takes the Senkaku Islands, near Taiwan.

''We witnessed the massive amphibious and cross-military region enterprise,'' Capt. James Fannell, deputy
chief of staff intelligence and information operations for the U.S. Pacific Fleet (PACFLEET) said at the West
2014 conference on Feb. 13 in San Diego.

''[We] concluded that the PLA has been given the new task to be able to conduct a short, sharp war to destroy
Japanese forces in the East China Sea following with what can only be expected a seizure of the Senkakus
or even a southern Ryukyu [islands] ? as some of their academics say.''

Inside the Ring: China readies for 'short, sharp' war with Japan (The Washington Times) Wednesday, February 19, 2014

China training for 'short, sharp war', says senior US naval officer (The Financial Times) February 20, 2014

China has been training for a ''short, sharp war'' against Japan in the East China Sea, a senior US
military officer has claimed, in comments that underline the growing military tensions in the western Pacific.
Ukraine warns Russia against 'aggression' in Crimea (BBC) [] 2014/02/27(Thu) 22:43:20.91:0G9MjgRN0
Ukraine warns Russia against 'aggression' in Crimea (BBC) 27 February 2014

Ukrainian interim President Olexander Turchynov has warned Russia against any ''military
aggression'' in Crimea. He said Russia's troops from Russia's Black Sea Fleet should not
move outside their naval base in Sevastopol. The warning comes after armed men seized
Crimea's regional parliament and the government headquarters of the Russian-majority region.

Ukraine: Russian combat troops on high alert near Crimea (BBC)

Russia has put 150,000 combat troops on high alert near its border with Ukraine.
The Russian defence Ministry says it is taking measures to guarantee the safety of the Black
Sea Fleet, which is based in Crimea. In Ukraine, a new government is due to be approved by
parliament later as it seeks to address the tensions which are threatening the country.

This situation had been already predicted in ''Command Authority'', the novel of Tom Clancy.
Command Authority (Tom Clancy)

A Russian intelligence agency (SVR, FSB, ex-KGB) which Putin commands takes over Ukraine secretly,
and Putin instigates Russian Ukrainian to segregation of Ukraine.
President Obama and EU and the U.K. which are pro-communism leave Ukraine in a lurch.
Jack Ryan and The Campus who are the hero in the novel of Tom Clancy save Ukraine,
but there isn't the hero in real world.
Ukraine crisis: Is this Cold War Two? (BBC) 24 March 2014 [] 2014/03/27(Thu) 06:39:32.04:VT2F1TdX0
Ukraine crisis: Is this Cold War Two? (BBC) 24 March 2014

We overdo the talk of turning points and milestones in covering summits, but, when it comes
to the G7 at The Hague, it's very hard to see it in any other terms.

Events in Ukraine have profoundly changed Western perceptions towards Russia and it's very
hard to envisage any rapid return to business as usual.
Arriving in the Netherlands for this summit, President Barack Obama said the US and Europe
were united in imposing sanctions that would bring ''significant consequences to the Russian economy''.
Michael McFaul, the former US ambassador in Moscow, wrote on Monday morning that President Putin
''embraces confrontation with the West... [and] has made a strategic pivot''.
Carl Bildt, Sweden's foreign minister, added on Twitter that Mr McFaul's gloomy prognosis was
understating the problem since the Russian president was ''building on deeply conservative orthodox ideas''.
When the people responsible for good East-West relations are saying this, you know that this is no flash in the pan.

So is this Cold War Two or a lesser realignment in world politics?

Much depends on Russian actions during the coming days: an invasion of eastern Ukraine would
likely trigger a full-scale trade war, but consolidation of the hold on Crimea, with continued
covert support to militant Russian groups in Donetsk or Kharkiv, would pose a trickier dilemma to
Western policymakers.


But many uncertainties remain, including, at the most dramatic level, whether further Russian military
action might lead to large-scale sanctions, US troop cuts in Europe being reversed, and a
new diplomatic ice age.
US to skip China fleet review after Japan shunned (Reuters) [] 2014/04/05(Sat) 20:43:49.85:m21aMYLb0
US to skip China fleet review after Japan shunned (Reuters) April 4 2014

(Reuters) - The United States is scrapping plans for a Navy ship to join a fleet review in China after key ally,
Japan, was not invited, U.S. officials said on Thursday, in a move that came just ahead of Defense Secretary
Chuck Hagel's trip to Japan and China.

The United States had been invited to participate in the fleet review - essentially a parade of ships - as part
of activities linked to the Western Pacific Naval Symposium, which is being held this month in Qingdao, an
eastern port city.

The United States will still participate in the naval symposium and will observe the review, one official said.

''We're not going to put a ship in the actual parade. We'll observe the parade, ''the U.S. official told Reuters,
speaking on condition of anonymity, adding the decision was taken last week and came after a request by ally Japan.

Japanese Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera told a news conference on Friday that Japan would take part in the
regularly held naval symposium but confirmed that it had not been invited to the fleet review.

US to skip China fleet review, and this must be protest for excluding Japan (Sankei Shimbun) 6 April 2014

The U.S. Department of Defense announced on April 2 that it didn't dispatch vessels of U.S. Navy to Chinese fleet revew.
Chinese spies may have read all MPs' e s for a year [] 2014/04/28(Mon) 20:09:48.07:40NaD26T0
Xenophon calls for parliamentary inquiry into Chinese hacking ''scandal''

Independent senator Nick Xenophon is calling for an urgent inquiry into the Chinese hacking of
Parliament's computer networks, saying the intelligence breach that lasted up to one year was
a national security scandal.

Chinese spies may have read all MPs' emails for a year

The Chinese intelligence agencies that penetrated Australia's parliamentary computer network
in 2011 may have been inside the system for up to a year and had access to documents and
emails that reveal the political, professional and social links across the political world, according
to seven sources with knowledge of the breach.

The Chinese intelligence agencies penetrated Australia's parliamentary computer network.
Chinese spies stole a glance emalis of all Australia's parliamentary members. 2014.4.28 (Sankei Shimbun)

The paper quoted the similar case which the Chinese intelligence agency had penetrated to Japanese
Parliamentary computer network in 2011.
Welcome to Cold War II (Foreign Policy) [] 2014/05/17(Sat) 07:44:25.53:AARnCM++0
Welcome to Cold War II (Foreign Policy) March 4, 2014

The West and Russia have sailed into uncharted waters. Crimea has de facto declared
independence from Kiev. Russia has intervened to effectively secure the new entity
without, so far, a shot being fired. The Ukrainian police, security, and military forces on
the peninsula have been neutralized, many of them pledging allegiance to the Autonomous
Republic of Crimea. In Kiev, the new government talks about Russia's aggression and
orders mobilization -- even as it loses control over some of the key cities in the country's
east and south. Meanwhile, the West has responded with suspension of preparations for
the G-8 summit in Sochi. The U.S. president has talked about Russia paying a high price
for its actions, and the U.S. secretary of state has laid out a menu of possible sanctions
and other measures.
Prince Charles 'compared Russian actions to Nazis' [] 2014/05/21(Wed) 21:21:00.30:f2RVOEd+0
Prince Charles 'compared Russian actions to Nazis' 21 May 2014

A former Polish war refugee who met Prince Charles in Canada has said he
likened some Nazi actions in Europe to those of Russia's Vladimir Putin.

Marienne Ferguson was speaking after meeting Prince Charles at a Nova
Scotia immigration museum where she works.
As they discussed Hitler's takeover of countries, the prince ''said something
to the effect of 'it's not unlike... what Putin is doing,'' she recalled.

China and Russia sign huge gas deal 21 May 2014

Russia's President Vladimir Putin has signed multi-billion dollar, 30-year gas deal with China.

The deal between Russia's Gazprom and China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC)
has been 10 years in the making. No official price has been given but it estimated
to be worth over 400 billion dollar.

''Putin is Hitler'' Britain Prince Charles denounce (Sankei Shimbun; Japanese Newspaper) 2014.5.21
''China is enemy'', from Washington [] 2014/05/27(Tue) 07:00:53.12:JfBDGtYl0
The American appeasement policy to China came to a deadblock. 25 May 2014
''China is enemy'', Washington, U.S.A. (Sankei Shimbun; Japanese news paper)

''China became the main menace to peace and prosperity of the whole world naw''
Dana Tyron Rohrabacher, member of the Republican Party

The full-scale U.S. and China new Cold War began at last.

In spite of an American appeasement policy to China for 40 years, China became an enemy of America.
-- ex DoD said.
Cambridge Five spy ring members 'hopeless drunks' [] 2014/07/09(Wed) 00:52:22.10:15mh90KN0
Cambridge Five spy ring members 'hopeless drunks' (BBC) 7 July 2014

Guy Burgess and Donald Duart Maclean were constantly drunk, the files say

Members of the ''Cambridge Five'' spy ring were seen by their Soviet handlers as
hopeless drunks incapable of keeping secrets, newly-released files suggest.

Donald Maclean, Guy Burgess, ''Kim'' Philby and Anthony Blunt were recruited as
Soviet spies while at Cambridge University in the 1930s.

There may have been a fifth spy in the ring, possibly John Cairncross.

Documents from the Mitrokhin Archive have been made publicly available for the first time.
Mitrokhin Archive (Wikipedia)
The Mitrokhin Archive: The KGB in Europe and the West

The FBI described them as the most complete intelligence ever received.

Among the thousands of pages of documents are profiles outlining the characteristics of
Britons who spied for the Soviet Union.

A short passage describes Burgess as a man ''constantly under the influence of alcohol''.

Written in Russian, it goes on to recount one occasion when Burgess drunkenly risked
exposing his double identity.
MH17: 'Russian gangsters killed our loved ones' [] 2014/07/19(Sat) 15:50:12.78:iRJXYHUq0
MH17: 'Russian gangsters killed our loved ones' (THE TELEGRAPH) 18 Jul 2014

The families of some of the 10 British victims of flight MH17 say their loved ones
were killed in an ''act of war'', as evidence mounted that a missile supplied by
Moscow brought down the Malaysia Airlines flight

White House leadership: Reagan on KAL 007 vs. Obama on MH17 (FOX NEWS) July 19, 2014

There is a saying that great men make history and history makes great men.
Ronald Reagan was the living example of this when, on September 1, 1983, the Soviet Union,
without warning, shot down a civilian Korean airliner flying from New York to Seoul, killing
all 269 men, women and children on board.
Reagan was on vacation at his ranch in California. He cut his vacation short and headed
back to Washington the next day.

This is Barack Obama's chance to make history. Will he seize the moment and reverse course?
If so, he will restore defense spending. He will take back all those pink slips he?fs just sent
to members of the military. He will reinstate the defense missile shield for Poland and the
Czech Republic. He will rally our European allies to stand up to Putin. And he will accelerate
American energy independence efforts, so that we and our European allies are no longer
subject to Russian energy blackmail.

Malaysia MH17 crash (BBC) 18 July 2014

As it happened: Reaction to Malaysian plane crashes in Ukraine
News and reaction after a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 crashes in Ukraine, close to the Russian border.
E.H. Norman was a communist [] 2014/07/27(Sun) 13:23:59.06:Mc+ImeHp0
British confidential documents proved that E.H. Norman was a communist.

Communists ruled Japan in 1945 - 1952.
E.H. Norman (Canadian diplomat, GHQ counter intelligence officer) was a communsit.
The Constitution of Japan was made by communists of GHQ which ruled Japan 1945 - 1952.

GHQ; General Headquarters, the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (GHQ/SCAP)

Egerton Herbert Norman (September 1, 1909 - April 4, 1957)

Confidential document ''Norman file'' (classification number KV2/3261)
The Constitution of Japan was affected by Marxism [] 2014/07/27(Sun) 16:01:05.83:Mc+ImeHp0
American and Canadian Marxists in GHQ/SCAP (1945-1952) ruled Japan and they forced
The Constitution of Japan which is affected by communism.
Sankei Shimbun, Japanese newspaper, 27 July 2014

Egerton Herbert Norman (September 1, 1909 - April 4, 1957)

GHQ; General Headquarters, the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (GHQ/SCAP)

Confidential document ''Norman file'' (classification number KV2/3261)

The Constitution of Japan has been affected by the Marxism, and if this constitution has
been left untouched, democracy of the world and Japan will be damaged.
maji [] 2014/07/30(Wed) 10:10:27.71:0+81z9Oh0
maji [] 2014/07/31(Thu) 19:17:25.23:dAKsi0ny0
Yalta - Japan had been defeated by espionage [] 2014/08/05(Tue) 20:05:21.41:KhAGun930
U.K. and U.S.A. supported that Russia invaded Japan.

U.K. and U.S.A. that is Churchill and Roosevelt were supporting communism.
Therefore the U.K. and the United States supported that communist state Russia invaded Japan.
Because the hub of Japan was taken over by a communist, Japan wasn't able to use espionage
for national defense definitely.
After World War II, Japan continued being ruled unfairly by the allied powers of the communism
and was polluted.
The sneaked Britain and United States of America continued insulting Japan.

Japan continued fighting in loneliness for justice.

Yalta Conference
Yalta Conference (Japanese edition)
Russian aggression - Japan had been defeated by espionage [] 2014/08/05(Tue) 20:23:26.11:KhAGun930
Japan lost by espionage of the communism.

The U.K. and the United States were supporting communism and attacked Japan in support
of Russia of the communist state, and they used nuclear bombs against Japan.

The Emperor of Japan continued lonely fighting against communism.
The Japanese Emperor saved Japan in half a century and left the world.
Japan is a model of the anti-communism now in the current world.

Japan is a symbol of the justice of the modern international community.

The root of Japanese justice is the Emperor of Japan.
Korean comfort women were mere prostitutes [] 2014/08/17(Sun) 13:05:12.88:EL2FQ5Ea0
Korean comfort women were mere prostitutes
- Nevertheless the Asahi Shimbun reported Korean prostitutes as victims intentionally.
The Asahi Shimbun has reported intentional fabrications as minion of the communism, Russia and China.

The Asahi Shimbun has insulted Japan by using intentional fabrications. Yoshihisa Komori

U.S.A. has been deceived by the Asahi Shimbun, left-winger newspaper.

The Asahi Shimbun will continue telling many lies from now on. Yoshio Oomori

The Asahi Shimbun has injured the pride of Japanese youths more deeply than international credibility of Japan.

The media of the communism's minions such as the Asahi Shimbun are enemies of Japan.
Targeting China's Vulnerabilities [] 2014/09/06(Sat) 12:45:25.98:+olTTflu0
Five suggestions attack Chinese weak points, Sankei Shimbun, 2014.8.9

CSIS; center for strategic & international studies

- Dealing with America's China Problem in Asia ?
Targeting China's Vulnerabilities, By Robert Sutter Jul 21, 2014, a professor at George Washington University

The options include the following:

1. Remind China of its serious anti-submarine limitations.
Chinese military planners and Chinese leaders will be confused.

2. Allowing the sale of the 66 F-16 fighter jet to Taiwan

3. Adopting a higher profile in support for free expression in Hong Kong.

4. Official US denouncement should focus more on continued Chinese support for North Korea.

5. The US response could involve conventionally armed multi-warhead US ballistic missiles deployed
in the United States or in the region in attack and ballistic missile submarines.
Because of China's weak ballistic missile defense capabilities, Beijing would face an enormous cost
in dealing with the new risk to its leadership and strategic structure posed by these US warheads.
The worst spy in American history [] 2014/09/16(Tue) 20:00:22.54:hZzqxAVI0
''The worst spy in American history'' and ''a Japanese spy who was captured by the Russian honey-trap''.
Shankei Shimbun 10 September 2014

John Anthony Walker

John Anthony Walker, Jr. (July 28, 1937 ? August 28, 2014) was a United States Navy Chief Warrant
Officer and communications specialist convicted of spying for the Soviet Union from 1968 to 1985.

When Walker began spying, he worked as a key supervisor in the communications center for the U.S.
Atlantic Fleet's submarine force, and he would have had knowledge of top secret technologies, such
as the SOSUS underwater surveillance system which tracks submarine traffic via a network of submerged
hydrophones. It was through Walker that the Soviets became aware that the U.S. Navy was able to track
the location of Soviet submarines by the cavitation produced by their propellers. After this, the propellers
on the Soviet submarines were improved to reduce cavitation.

The Toshiba-Kongsberg scandal was disclosed in this activity in 1987. It is also alleged that Walker's
actions precipitated the seizure of the USS Pueblo. CIA historian H. Keith Melton states on the show ''Top
Secrets of the CIA'' which aired on the Military Channel, among other occasions, at 0400CST, February 5, 2013:
maji [sage] 2014/09/17(Wed) 14:06:41.28:6EfMqUy50
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un 'has illness' [] 2014/09/27(Sat) 07:39:38.91:fLOrLXsW0
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un 'has illness', BBC, 26 September 2014

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has an unspecified medical problem, state media report, after he
failed to appear at a key political event.
A report on state television said on Thursday that Mr Kim, 31, was in an "uncomfortable physical
condition" but gave no details.
Earlier, the leader was absent from a session of the Supreme People's Assembly - North Korea's
legislature.Mr Kim has not been seen in public for more than three weeks.
His non-appearance at the SPA - to which he was elected in March with 100% of the vote - on
Thursday prompted renewed speculation about the leader's whereabouts.
The report on state-run Central Television later in the day showed footage of the leader limping
during one of his regular inspection tours back in July.


Previous appearances, the usual diet of factory and military unit inspections, show a clearly overweight
Mr Kim walking with a limp and wearing generously cut trousers, possibly to disguise his walking difficulties.
South Korean newspaper Joongang Daily supports the leg injury theory, and suggests that his
disappearance may be due to an injury picked up during some sort of sporting activity.

An anonymous source - said to be "familiar with North Korea affairs" - quoted by the South Korean
news agency Yonhap, said he understood Mr Kim was "suffering from gout, along with hyperuricemia,
hyperlipidemia, obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure".

The agency said some people attribute the deterioration in Mr Kim's health to frequent drinking and overeating.

But its source said gout runs in Mr Kim's family, with his grandfather Kim II-sung, his father Kim Jong-il
and his elder brother Kim Jong-nam all suffering from the disease.
World on brink of new Cold War [] 2014/11/09(Sun) 03:37:34.91:+xUkSoev0
Ex-USSR leader Gorbachev: World on brink of new Cold War BBC 8 November 2014

At an event to mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on Sunday,
Mr Gorbachev said the West had ''succumbed to triumphalism''.

He expressed alarm about recent Middle Eastern and European conflicts.

Tensions have been raised between the West and Russia over Ukraine, which was part of the Soviet Union.

More than 4,000 people have died in fighting between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists,
who seized control in the eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk in April.

A fragile ceasefire has been in place since September, but elections in rebel-held elections
last weekend have prompted fears of a return to full-scale conflict.
Xi Jinping orderd State atheism [] 2014/11/16(Sun) 16:16:41.10:frVu1eTE0
Xi Jinping orderd State atheism (Sankei Shimbun) 16 November 2014

Increased pressure on Chinese Christians to conform to Communism 14 November 2014

Marxism and religion

The founder and primary theorist of Marxism, the nineteenth-century German thinker Karl Marx,
had an ambivalent and complex attitude to religion, viewing it primarily as ''the opium of
the people'' that had been used by the ruling classes to give the working classes false hope
for millennia, while at the same time recognizing it as a form of protest by the working classes
against their poor economic conditions.

In the Marxist-Leninist interpretation of Marxist theory, developed primarily by Russian revolutionary
Vladimir Lenin, religion is seen as retarding human development, and socialist states that follow a
Marxist-Leninist variant are inherently atheistic. Due to this, a number of Marxist-Leninst governments
in the twentieth century, such as the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China, implemented
rules introducing state atheism. However, several religious communist groups exist, and Christian
communism was important in the early development of communism.

State atheism

State atheism is the official promotion of atheism by a government, sometimes combined with active
suppression of religious freedom and practice.
Putin flies out of Brisbane after G20 [] 2014/11/16(Sun) 16:49:08.95:frVu1eTE0
Because Putin shot down a Malaysian plane, he was criticized intensely, and he ran back in Russia.
(Sankei Shimbun, 15 November 2014)

Vladimir Putin first to leave G20 summit, pleading lack of sleep

Putin flies out of Brisbane after G20

G20: World leaders put Putin under pressure over Ukraine

Western Leaders Confront Putin at G20 With Threat of More Sanctions

David Cameron: Putin is not a man of his word

Vladimir Putin to leave G20 early after 'tense' meeting with David Cameron
identified sophisticated Chinese cyberespionage group [] 2014/11/22(Sat) 16:44:15.44:7nWlTJUX0
Researchers identify sophisticated Chinese cyberespionage group THE WASHINGTON POST 28 October 2014

A coalition of security researchers has identified a Chinese cyberespionage group that appears to be the
most sophisticated of any publicly known Chinese hacker unit and targets not only U.S. and Western
government agencies but also dissidents inside and outside China.

News of the state-sponsored hacker group dubbed Axiom comes a week before Secretary of State John F.
Kerry and two weeks before President Obama are due to arrive in Beijing for a series of high-level talks,
including on the issue of cybersecurity.

In a report to be issued Tuesday, the researchers said Axiom is going after intelligence benefiting Chinese
domestic and international policies ? an across-the-waterfront approach that combines commercial
cyberespionage, foreign intelligence and counterintelligence with the monitoring of dissidents.

Axiom's work, the FBI said in an industry alert this month, is more sophisticated than that of Unit 61398, a
People's Liberation Army hacker unit that was highlighted in a report last year. Five of the unit's members
were indicted this year by a U.S. grand jury. The researchers concur with the FBI's conclusion, noting that,
unlike Unit 61398, Axiom is focused on spying on dissidents as well as on industrial espionage and theft
of intellectual property.

The hacker group which the Chinese government supports
(Sankei Shimbun) 17 October 2014
Korean sex slave is vicious intentional lie [] 2014/11/30(Sun) 21:58:05.80:K8iXIObh0
It has begun to be understood in the United States that the Korean sex-slaves
(Comfort Women) during World War II were intentional fabrication. (Sankei Shimbun) Yoshihisa Komori
Michael Yon, a highly respected and skillful U.S. author.
He declares, The claim with the major media of U.S. Europe that ''the Japanese military took a woman
systematically, and made a sexual slave'' was a fiction.

Japan: Thank you Kent Gilbert for translating my piece:
During the war, Korea had a population of about 23 million. Today, Texas has a population of about 26 million.
Imagine trying to kidnap 200,000 Texas women. There would be a bloodbath. The Army would lose thousands of
soldiers, and thousands of civilians no doubt would have been slaughtered in return.

Michael Yon Online Magazine
Michael Yon, From Wikipedia
Japan?'s Biggest Newspaper Apologizes for ?'Sex Slave?' Stories''
This is amazing:
Japan?'s biggest-circulation daily newspaper apologized today for using the term
?''sex slaves?'' in stories about Asian women trafficked to Japanese military brothels
before and during World War II.
The Yomiuri newspaper said it had found the term and other ?''misleading?'' expressions
implying the women had been forced to provide sexual services in 97 articles in its
English-language edition between 1992 and 2013. The paper said it would add notes to
each of the stories in its database to explain that they were ?''inappropriate.''

Japan?fs Biggest Newspaper Apologizes for ?eSex Slave?f Stories November 28, 2014
U.S. government report revealed sex-slave is a fabrication. [] 2014/11/30(Sun) 23:10:31.60:K8iXIObh0
Nazi War Crimes &
Japanese Imperial Government Records
Interagency Working Group
Final Report to the United States Congress
April 2007
This report made clear that a sex slave was a fiction. (Sankei Shimbun) 27 November 2014

U.S. government report underpined that sex-slave is a fabrication.

A 30 million dollars US Government Study specifically searched for evidence on Comfort Women allegations.
After nearly seven years with many dozens of staff pouring through US archives
-- and 30 million dollars down the drain -- we found a grand total of nothing.
The final IWG report to Congress was issued in 2007. (Linked below.)

It's all a lie, and no matter how much someone hates Japan, it will always be a lie.
Please read the IWG report that practically nobody seems to know exists. If you do not have time for
the whole report, do a search inside the report for Comfort Women, and carefully read those parts:
'Nanjing Massacre' never took place, Henry Scott-Stokes [] 2014/12/28(Sun) 15:50:51.44:10TxUog50
Chiang Kai-shek who fled in the face of the enemy had a full responsibility of Nanjing Incident.
Former Tokyo Branch Chief of the U.S. newspaper New York Times, Henry Scott Stokes 2014.12.28 (Sankei Shimbun)

Stokes, 75, is a former correspondent and Tokyo bureau chief for the New York Times, Financial Times and Times of London.

Why isn't ''Nanjing Massacre'' a fact?
In an interview last month, Stokes had said ''ghastly events'' had occurred at Nanking,
but that the Japanese were not alone responsible.

-History War- Chapter 8th Nanjing Massacre is falsehood.
Former Tokyo Branch Chief of the U.S. newspaper New York Times, Henry Scott Stokes 2014.12.28 (Sankei Shimbun)

Henry Scott Stokes
He was educated at Winchester College and New College, Oxford. After graduating,
he moved to Japan, where he became a journalist of the Tokyo bureau of The Times.
Also around this time, he became close friends with famous Japanese author Yukio Mishima.

Best-Selling Author Feels the Heat in Japan's History Wars, May 11, 2014, TIME
''The author's opinion is: The so-called 'Nanking Massacre' never took place.
The word 'Massacre' is not right to indicate what happened,'' the statement said.

Harry Sugiyama, a son of Henry Scott-Stokes, interview

Falsehood of the historical view of the allied nations which a British reporter clarified 2013/12/2
Henry Scott Stokes
North Korean soldiers killed four Chinese habitants [] 2015/01/05(Mon) 20:23:31.80:gDG1NVrH0
North Korean soldiers killed four Chinese habitants

Some North Korean soldiers escaped from their own country, then they
burglarized and killed four Chinese habitants.
The North Korean soldiers were shot by Chinese constabulary and suffered serious wounds.

The North Korean soldiers broke into Chinese dwellings and shot a man
and wife dead, furthermore, soldiers beat some dwellers to death with
handguns and robbed them of food and money.
China dispatched 2,000 soldiers to nearby North Korea [] 2015/01/06(Tue) 20:49:08.51:Dg8Vr9hY0
China dispatched 2,000 soldiers to nearby North Korea in response to
North Korean soldiers' robbery and murder.

China media: North Korea ties (BBC) 6 January 2015

Papers and experts discuss Beijing-Pyongyang ties following reports that a North Korean
soldier killed four people in a Chinese border town.

The soldier crossed the border in late December, stealing money and food before killing
residents in Helong.
According to papers, he was later arrested north of the Tumen River that divides China
and North Korea.
The Chinese foreign ministry gave no details about the incident, but said it has lodged
a protest with North Korea.
Most papers in China have carried the news, quoting South Korea's Yonhap News Agency
and state-run Xinhua, while appearing to refrain from making any comments about the incident.
Criticism for the war responsibility of the communism [] 2015/06/23(Tue) 21:47:49.04:i3Yq1L9i0
Criticism for the war responsibility of the communism Sankei Shimbun iRONNA

We want to discuss about ''war responsibility of the communism''.

''The war responsibility of the communism'' diverges into many branches,
but there are three main aspects in the relation with Japan.

1. The Russian aim was to make Japan the communist country,
and therefore Russia derived Japan to the Pacific War.

2. Russia let Japan invade and attack to Southeast Asia by Sorge spy ring,
and Russia succeeded in the Japan forces weren't able to fight against the Soviet Union,
and, in addition, Russia guiding Japan to the war with U.S. and Britain in this way.

3. In Japan-China War, the Mao Zedong let Chinese Nationalist Party (later Taiwan) fight
against Japan and exhausted both.
That is why the Japan-China War prevented the northing (war with the Soviet Union) of
the Japanese military and was meeting a purpose to support the Chinese Communist Party.

The Sankei Shimbun features ''war responsibility of the communism''.
The Sankei Shimbun proves that historical view based on The International Military Tribunal
for the Far East is a falsehood.
We must discuss ''war responsibility of the communism''.
Japan liberated Asian countries from white domination. [] 2015/08/09(Sun) 01:34:27.98:pqtenFyD0
Japan liberated Asian countries from white domination. Sankei Shimbun Monday 29 June

Henry Scott Stokes
a British journalist who has been the Tokyo bureau chief for The Financial Times (1964?67),
The Times (1967-1970s) and The New York Times (1978?83).

His writing is attracting attention.

Forgery of the historical view by the allied powers which a British newswriter knew.

When I came to Japan for the first time, I thought that the Tokyo trial was right.
In addition, I thought Nanjing Massacre to be a fact.
However, I understood that Tokyo trial was only revenge of allied powers while I was staying in Japan for a long time.
And I understood that there wasn't Nanjing Massacre.

Correspondent Tokyo of Europe and America are inexperienced and don't understand Tokyo trial and Nanjing case well.
Though The Rape of Nanking which it wrote of Iris Chang is fiction, even American elites are falling for the fiction with a historical fact.
They considered me to be a historical revisionist and denied me.

I want you to know the truth of the history without being deceived in anti-Japan national propaganda.
I want Japan to regain a pride.

The people doing a claim same as me are increasing: American writer Michael Yon, Lawer Kent Gilbert

I want Correspondent Tokyo to understand the above.

Japan Was a Hope for Asia: An Interview with Henry Scott Stokes June 6, 2014

Best-Selling Author Feels the Heat in Japan's History Wars
History Wars Japan-False Indictment of the Century [] 2015/08/09(Sun) 01:48:37.94:pqtenFyD0
History Wars Japan-False Indictment of the Century
(Kindle edition: U.S., U.K., Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Netherland)

Japanese edition: Kindle edition, book

It is a fiction that comfort women were collected forcibly by the Japanese military.
Comfort women were mere prostitutes.

The first half of this book is written in English and is written in Japanese in the latter half. 👀
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