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Happy 115th Birthday To Sukarno, The Anti-Zionist Founder Of Indonesia

by Jonathan Azaziah

Happy, happy birthday Sukarno! The founding father of the modern Indonesian state and the great champion of anti-colonialism who freed his nation from the clutches of the Rothschild-financed Dutch is one of the most overlooked revolutionaries in Islamic and Global South history. Here was a man who was tortured for over a decade in the Netherlands’ hellish colonial dungeons but never once, NEVER ONCE, did he succumb to the pressures of his oppressors. Quite the opposite, he maintained a defiant steadfastness which would inspire his countrymen to fight for their freedom with an inextinguishable fire that eventually ignited a conflagration underneath their occupiers. It is of paramount importance to note that Sukarno viewed the Japanese, who were the ones which actually freed him from his barbaric Dutch imprisonment, not as “fascists” and “colonizers” as they are usually depicted by the Zionist MSM and the Judaized “left”, but as friends, allies and Pan-Asianist brothers who shared a common destiny. Indeed it was the Japanese who armed the Indonesian Mouqawamah to the teeth–including one elite unit that was called none other than “Hizbullah” 😀 😀 😀 –and provided Sukarno’s men with just about unlimited military support which made the House of Rothschild’s Dutch proxies pack their bags and bounce. Continue reading Happy 115th Birthday To Sukarno, The Anti-Zionist Founder Of Indonesia

Legacies of the Greater East Asia War That Support Postwar Japan

by Ezaki Michio, Society for the Dissemination of Historical Fact

Asia invaded by the Allied Nations after World War II

Did peace come true in Asia in August, 1945, after Japan’s losing in the Greater East Asia War? A junior high school history textbook in use in Japan reads:

“World War II … was over in August, 1945 by Japan’s surrender. Peoples of Korea and Taiwan formerly colonized by Japan, in addition to China and other Southeast Asian nations occupied by the Japanese Army were greatly jubilant, celebrating liberty.” (History for Junior High School Students, published by Teikoku Shoin in January, 2007)

“Japan decided to surrender, accepting the Potsdam Declaration …, World War II was over. Southeast Asian nations occupied by Japan and former Japanese colonies like Korea and Taiwan were liberated and headed for independence.”(New Social Study; History, published by Tokyo Shoseki in February, 2006)

These descriptions, however, do not refer to the vital historical facts. Continue reading Legacies of the Greater East Asia War That Support Postwar Japan

Revisionist Gem: Japan’s Pan-Asianism and the Legitimacy of Imperial World Order, 1931–1945

(EDITOR’S NOTE: Salute to brother Joshua Blakeney for tipping me off to this wonderful piece of information. All in all, it’s an absolutely fascinating and groundbreaking work that shatters the mainstream narrative on Japan’s motivations during World War II within the first few paragraphs. However, Professor Aydin still used the phrases “Japanese imperialism” and “Japan’s colonial subjects” throughout. And I just am not convinced that this language reflects historical accuracy. If there was support for Japan’s Pan-Asianism and these Asian nations welcomed Japan into their lands as a defense against the very real threat of Western-Jewish colonialism, then that is quite the opposite of imperialism, isn’t it? What we seem to have in Japan’s case is akin to Hizbullah intervening in Syria to defend its ally or covertly entering Palestine to train the Palestinian Resistance; Iran going into Iraq to help Iraqis fight the US-Zionist occupation or now, ISIS; Cuba sending doctors, teachers and other professionals into Venezuela to build up the latter’s social structure; Nasser sending Egyptian forces into South Yemen to fight the US-Zionist-Saudi project; Putin’s Russia taking back Crimea at the Crimean people’s behest to stop NATO expansionism and aiding the United Armed Forces of Novorossiya against the illegal Kiev coup regime; etc, etc, etc. Japan’s like-similar actions are exactly what they appear to be: Defensive, anti-colonialist Pan-Asianism. The next step in the process of registering the redemption of WW2-Japan — a glorious civilizational entity to say the least — in the minds of the globe’s awakened ones, is to find out, in-depth, how the nations Japan entered felt about its entry. If the answers are what we think they are after reading this piece and a plethora of other works, then the story of “Japanese imperialism” and “Japanese colonialism” is a pernicious historical myth as Jewish as the “Nazi gas chambers”. ~ Jonathan Azaziah) Continue reading Revisionist Gem: Japan’s Pan-Asianism and the Legitimacy of Imperial World Order, 1931–1945