Japanese PM could have been assassinated by Chinese agent
by Alexandra Bruce
Canadian podcaster, Josh Sigurdson reports on the possibility that the Chinese government murdered Shinzo Abe, who was known to support Taiwan’s independence from the Mainland.
Chinese human rights activist, Jennifer Zeng tweeted on Friday about Chinese social media accounts prior to the attack referring to Abe’s imminent assassination and payment for same, talking about “getting close” multiple times to both the former and current Prime Minister of Japan, about “completing the task” and about receiving “100,000”:
#AbeShinzo died at about 11: 30 local time. At 18: 07 on the previous day, a Chinese language user called “重装小兔19C” said “Have successfully got close to current and former PM of Japan. I’ll complete the task given by the organization [meaning: the party, the #CCP].
Another user called “泼墨” said, “I am counting on you to get another 100,000” at 20:19 on the previous day. Then “重装小兔19C_” said: “I will not let down the organization [the party, the CCP]’s training on me at 20:24 on July 7.
The user “重装小兔19C_” is also on Twitter. He is following @AbeShinzo #ShinzoAbe and all other major @Japan #Japan accounts…
This is very disturbing. I hope the government of #Japan @japan can investigate into these two users. Who are they? What tasks were they given? Were the tasks related to @AbeShinzo #ShinzoAbe‘s murder? @CIA
Over the weekend, nightclubs all over China celebrated Abe’s death, as seen in videos also posted to social media.
Zeng shared a post from the Henan Communist Youth League referring to the weapon used in the attack, “It works very well” and a video posted by the Hunan armed police on the day of the assassination showcasing the power of the type of shotgun used to kill Abe.
Zeng was careful to add, “This does NOT prove that the #CCP was involved. This only shows that the CCP is happy about #AbeAssassination and is encouraging the celebration of it.”
Sigurdson breaks down this news, as more information comes out on DHS agents working for the Chinese government, saying, “There’s a world takeover by the Chinese government – and it’s not like the Chinese government’s going out of their way to do this – it’s part of the Great Reset agenda, it’s part of what the United Nations has been pushing, it’s part of what the IMF has been pushing, it’s part of what the WHO, the WEF have all been on.
“The US Government overthrew and attacked Japan in World War II, in defending China, as it was about to be defeated by Japan. Henry Kissinger met with Mao Zedong in the early 1970s to create an artificial alliance with China and create an import-export hub for China during another starvation and made them basically a monopoly for shipping worldwide, which is interesting, because now there’s a supply chain crisis that was a planned collapse.
“Then, on top of that, Zbigniew Brzezinski, who was the Defense Secretary under Carter created a thing called the Trilateral Commission in the late 1970s…[to create] a worldwide technocratic superstate based on a Chinese model and to prop-up China as that model for technocracy and a cashless society.
“And now, we see they have social credit, now we see Rome and Bologna also are bringing in social credit. We see the Smart Cities everywhere based on the Chinese social credit model; carbon credit systems, where people can’t drive from point A to point B without a QR code tied to how much they’ve been driving, much like has been done in some places in China.
“And on top of that, the United Nations has been completely taken over by China. BRICS nations, that includes China, Russia, Brazil, etc. are shifting into, with support from the Saudis, are shifting into a new world currency system…
“The US is purposefully trying to collapse. They’re purposefully trying to destroy their own economy, destroy their own supply chain, create desperation, war, poverty, etc., so that the country collapses into the new New World Order, which is a global technocratic state, like the Trilateral Commission wanted, which is why we see Trudeau putting Chinese troops on bases in Canada and saying during his election, ‘I respect China’s basic dictatorship’; why we see Joe Biden and Hunter Biden working with the Chinese. It’s why we see the Chinese buying up land by Air Force bases in North Dakota, alongside Bill Gates and Amazon for the food crisis to come.
“They’re, by consent of the US Empire replacing the US Empire.
“They’re entrenched in the Government. Like I just said, you have DHS agents, you have FBI agents, you have Secret Service agents, you have congressmen, like Swalwell, who are working with Chinese agents from within to overthrow the Government.
“As much as I hate the US Empire, this is all a controlled collapse, so it’s not like you’re winning one way or another. Both ways, you’re gonna get the Great Reset.”
Economic fallout from Ukraine looking worse for NATO, says Russia
From Cossack Colonel YURI KOMONYISKI military correspondent
RUSSIAN artillery is completely sweeping away the defensive lines of the Ukrainian army. The Ukrofascist army suffers from incompetent command, lack of ammunition and mass desertion as artillery continues to fall on the cities of Kharkov and Nikolaevka. An elite Ukrofascist force based in the Kharkov region has been crushed. Kiev and Odessa are being hit hard, we are relocating some our Hurricane systems which are able to hit targets at a distance of 120 klm. These are universal weapons as the war heads are interchangeable, various types of ammunition can be used. They can level any target very quickly.
In liberating the Lisichansk region of Ukrofascists the RF is now able to add to its arsenal an additional 300 pieces of fully functioning military equipment, supplied by NATO and their friends. This does not include numerous partially damaged equipment that is still being collated and counted. The Ukrainians are now admitting that they are engaging the Russian forces in a factor of 3 Ukrainians to 1 Russian and they are still failing.
A German manufactured howitzer has been captured by the RF. Within the active conflict zones the majority of the Ukrainian fortified positions have been destroyed. This week we have been targeting the Ukrainian command centres, we estimate another 10 Ukrainian generals are no longer in the fight. Two US-manufactured HIMARS (multiple rocket launchers), able to strike targets at a distance of 120 klm, were destroyed. Originally 12 units were given to the Ukrofascists. The Ukrainian military sold 2 French CAESAR (self-propelled Howitzers) to the Russian Forces for a bargain price of US$120,000 each. Their usual sale price is in the vicinity of 7 million USD each.
Two mercenary groups managed to escape the Lisichansk cauldron but were intercepted on the outer perimeter. All 25 of them were liquidated. The operational sites where they were located have been torched by the Ukrofascists. Our forensic teams are now evaluating their former locations. The previous night (5.7.22) 850 mercenaries crossed over the Polish border into Poland. Polish mercenaries attempted to break through the Nikolaevka cauldron in an attempted counterattack, 100 mercenaries were liquidated. In another event a mercenary training facility in the Nikolaevka region and gatherings of mercenaries were destroyed. While offloading equipment, two battalions, 20 armoured vehicles and 80 reactive multiple rocket launchers were destroyed. Two large ammunitions dumps were struck and destroyed, it must of taken them weeks to accumulate.
In another altercation on 6.7.22 in the Lisichansk region (near Rovnaya) 40 mercenaries of various nationalities (US, Canadian, Argentinian, Brazilian but mostly Polish) were captured, an additional 18 wounded, the corpses are still being counted. The Chechens flushed them out and the Cossacks overwhelmed them – we make a hell of team. The first 3 mercs to be tried are facing the death penalty I believe these ones will too.
In a separate event while using a Javelin to strike an RF tank, the US mercenaries applying these weapons destroyed themselves. There were American survivors, they are now enjoying RF hospitality while being treated for their injuries. Upon entering Lisichansk we were able to access an SBU strong box, within it we uncovered interesting information. A portion of it revealed that there were still another 30 Australian mercenaries active in the region. The information was detailed revealing significant personnel information about them. On the 6.7.22 an Australian mercenary was captured; he is wounded and is being treated by RF medics. I believe my men have all of his personnel details, these will be made public in due course.
In August, Russia, China and Iran are planning a major military exercise in Latin American, focusing on Venezuela. Latin American countries seek to strengthen ties with Russia, China and Iran. While Nicaragua extended its military agreement with Russia. In parallel China continued to promote the “China Belt and Roads” initiative in the region. Syria has given preliminary consent to participate in the international war crimes tribunals to be held in the DPR, naturally, to be attended by the LPR.
The German, Swiss and French now have the added problem of acquiring fertiliser for their agricultural sector. Until recently these countries imported 80% of their fertiliser from Belarus/Russia. Lukashenko (Belarus) has lost all interest in supporting these countries and has ceased hydrocarbon transits thru Belarus to the pre-Baltic states. Belarus now exports its high-quality agricultural produce to friendly countries such as a produce Syria, Iran and India.
The Ukrainians have shelled Belarus and in return I expect that Ukraine will soon be fighting on two fronts. The Belarus border is located 70klm from Kiev, easily within firing range. Theoretically we could take Kiev very quickly. I just hope their civilians depart the city while they are still able. We have destroyed the majority of roads and rail links along the western Ukrainian borders. The Ukrainian supply lines are seriously constrained. Our TU-122 high level targeting equipment is able to highlight the targets for our long-range weaponry. The bulk of fuel in the Ukraine is dedicated to the military as a result Zelensky’s is considering resurrecting steam trains for general use.
Budding NATO cadets Switzerland and Finland are expected to lose US$3 billion annually following their ill-considered actions. They have lost the use of the Russian waterway (canal transport system established by Peter the Great) previously under lease to them, additionally they have lost access to Russian timber, hydrocarbons, aluminium, tin etc. Lavrov confirmed this today. As of 7.7.22 all visa free travel for the Finish has been terminated, no more cheap vodka. My understanding is that they have started to cut into scrap their own railway lines which they are sending to EU smelters. These railway lines were originally manufactured in Russia and are a high-quality steel. This is unlikely to last as the Germans “Marten Ovens” require Russian gas to function.
Belarus has stopped rail transit through its country to the pre-Baltic states and cut the electricity supply by a third. The hydrocarbon flow to Germany has been reduced by 85%, they now need to decide what systems they will shut down and what they will continue to feed. Some of the largest German manufactures are heavily dependent on Russian hydrocarbons. The loss of hydrocarbon supply will negatively impact the production of glass, tyres etc. It was announced today that the German glass industry has stopped working. I feel for the poor Germans that will be loosing their jobs as it’s a hard place to survive without an income.
The German media has acknowledged that if the flow of hydrocarbons in the Nord Stream is reduced to 15% then Germany will be running on empty by October. In the unlikely event the Germans start to import ridiculously overpriced US hydrocarbons into Poland, and hence Germany, there will be nothing left by November. Even if they flip on fossil fuels and revert to coal, their primary suppliers are the likes of Australia and Africa, it will be a case of too little too late. The cheapest and closest provider of coal was previously Donbass in the Ukraine. I believe there is only one hydrocarbon terminal in Germany that could be converted to use non-Russian gas. The other terminals do not have this option as gas plants are generally built to suit a particular type of hydrocarbon. It is not a case of one size fits all. Rail transportation in Estonia has dropped by 60% and they are assigning blame to the sanctions. They not in a position to seek out new partnerships as Russia will likely block transit.
Lithuania and Poland are to convene 8.7.22 for high level talks to discuss the Suwalki Gap, a 65 klm long land corridor located between both countries that provides access to Russia’s Kaliningrad. This is a choke point of significant strategic and military importance.
In Moldavia the people are rising up against the NATO-biased government, insisting on their removal. The fuel price there is up 3-fold. All things are becoming excessively expensive and beyond the reach of the common people. I believe that the Moldavian people whom have no inclination to enter a conflict with Russia, will get their way.
Phase I has been completed Donetsk and Lugansk republics are now free of the Ukrofascists. Progress is being made in the Kharkov region, it’s just a matter of time before it is liberated. We are now considering our next steps for phase II of the special operation. On the 6.7.22 under Kharkov the RF pushed through the Ukrainian lines past two Ukrainian fighting forces while the enemy was regrouping and distracted. The RF managed to move 20 tanks and 20 armoured personnel carriers into positions surrounding the enemy. In the morning the Ukrofascists found themselves surrounded, another cauldron 20 klm in diameter. The Ukrainian fortifications in the area were levelled, an ammunition dump destroyed, and a small oil well destroyed. In another region the Ukrainian terra-defence comprising 130 men surrendered.
I note that the Ukrainian RADA are now wishing that they had proceeded differently with Russia. So much so that they are now talking about letting Russia keep that which they have liberated and calling the remainder Kievksy-Russ. I think they are adapting this philosophical approach before the country Ukraine disappears off the world map. The primary NATO have given Zelensky 6 weeks to retake the Ukraine using that which he has already been given and failing that then no more support will be offered. Macron is the first to announce that they will not be offering any more weapons to the Ukraine. Hungary stated that no more weapons transfers via hungry will be permitted.
The Ukrofascists in their extraordinarily hasty retreat left behind countless armaments and weaponry as well as food packages. We are handing out the majority of the inflation proof and free of charge food packages to the local communities. Many are thankful to the NATO countries for these provisions. I note the German sausages are very popular, they store well and will help the people survive the coming winter.
Today 7.7.22 the Russian Ministry of Defence stated that it has undeniable proof that the Americans were creating and using biological weapons against Russia, its people and its agriculture and were also experimenting on Ukrainians. The proof will be submitted to the UN. Metabiota is guilty beyond any reasonable doubt. This gives Russia undeniable grounds to announce war on America. Boris Johnson submitted his resignation today, perhaps it’s a case of the rats leaving the sinking ship ahead of time.
China stated today that if the US does not depart the Taiwanese waters, then they may end up in a position where they will never leave. They also said that if the American currency isn’t backed by gold or natural resources then it has no value and “we the Chinese play the long game with our Russian partners”. My understanding is that some African countries have chased out the French from the African resources sector and the locals are now asking for the Russians to step in.
Two Japanese corporations own 22% of the Sakhalin II oil and gas project. In response to Japan’s hostility towards Russia, the Russian government set new terms and conditions for the project’s investors, transferring the asset into a new corporate structure that will be managed by a new operator. Forty percent of the hydrocarbons used by Japan originates in Russia and without these Japan will stop. As such Japan was given the option to continue under new obligations or sayonara. The Japanese have capitulated and agreed to all of the conditions issued to them by Russia, they will now pay for the hydrocarbons in rubbles and all disputes will be settled in the Russian courts. One of the conditions is that Japan will drop all sanctions against Russia to which I believe they have agreed. Japan and accepted the new conditions with haste. The Japanese will now pay for all Russian products in rubbles. I believe south Korea will go the same way.
The Japanese have acknowledged that they want to start a relationship with Russia anew and rekindle some of the projects previously discussed. One of these is the bridge linking Russia to Sakhalin, a span of approximately 4.7 klm.
I am hearing whispers that the French are discussing exiting NATO, and the Turks are of the same mind set. Erdogan is of the opinion that if the Swiss and Finish do not hand over the Kurds that he has requested then NATO will become a bad memory. The Turks are not supporting the transit of Russian vessels laden with grain through the strait. These vessels will deliver grain to India.
The Germans continue to stockpile firewood in preparation of the hydrocarbon supply lines going into scheduled maintenance, while Trudeau sits on the Siemens turbines, refusing to release them to Russia. This would be in the interest of his EU partners and their people, in their time of need. Klaus Schwab’s puppet serves him well.
I see that the issues plaguing the US continue to worsen and that both sides of the American congress are dissatisfied. Biden continues to assign blame on the Russian President for all of Americans issues: higher fuel prices, inflation at 40-year highs. This is peculiar as the US halted the import of Russian hydrocarbons voluntarily and has forgotten that the Ukraine accounts for only 5% of the overall global grain exports. Perhaps Joe should reach out to his superior Mr Putin and ask for direction, he appears to need it.
What continues to amaze us is the extent that these NATO-aligned countries are willing to hurt themselves and their civilian population in a lame attempt to punish Russia. As a wise man once said “better a bad peace than a good war”.
At last the Liberals officially reveal the salient details of TransPacific Partnership
The Liberal Member for the Federal seat of Leichardt, FNQ, Warren Entsch has released the official explanation of the TPP:
|On behalf of theHon Warren Entsch MP
Office of the Hon. Warren Entsch MP
Federal Member for Leichhardt
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Thank you for your email regarding the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement negotiations. Mr Entsch has asked that I respond on his behalf. We have had a number of our constituents contact us regarding the TPP and so contacted the Minister’s office responsible for this matter, because it is quite a complex issue and the following response hopefully will allay your fears. Before actually becoming law it will be openly discussed in Parliament and have to pass through both the Lower and Upper Houses.
As a region-wide free trade agreement, the TPP offers an opportunity to strengthen job-creating trade and investment, and further integrate Australia into the fast-growing Asia-Pacific region by pursuing common and liberalising policy outcomes.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement will be unprecedented in its scale and level of ambition. The twelve countries that have negotiated the TPP – Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Chile, Canada, Japan, Mexico, Malaysia, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States, and Vietnam represent almost 40 per cent of the global economy – or around US$28 trillion.
Benefits of the TPP will be broad-ranging;
- for Australian businesses – by creating more export opportunities in the Asia Pacific;
- for Australian consumers – by lowering the costs and increasing the variety of goods available in Australia; and
- for the Australian economy – by promoting economic growth in the Asia Pacific, further integrating Australia into the region, and creating a common platform for expanding trade into the 21st Century.
Once concluded the TPP will be the largest trade agreement since the creation of the World Trade Organization, and represents the most significant restatement and enhancement of trade policy rules since the mid-1990s. Once finalised, TPP membership will be open to other economies in the Asia Pacific to promote prosperity and strategic stability.
Because we have received a number of constituent concerns regarding the TPP and its effects and we have therefore compiled a number of answers to cover all situations as follows:
Restricting the Government’s ability to regulate
The Australian Government is not intending to sign up to international agreements that would restrict Australia’s capacity to govern in our own interest – whether in the area of healthcare, the environment or any other regulated area of the economy.
Investor-State Dispute Settlement
Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) provides an opportunity for Australian investors to protect their investments overseas against expropriation and to ensure that they are afforded a certain minimum standard of treatment, and treated in a non-discriminatory manner.
ISDS provisions have been included in agreements over the past three decades to provide protection for those who choose to pursue new opportunities for Australia by investing abroad. Australia has ISDS provisions in place with 28 economies.
The Government is considering the inclusion of ISDS provisions in Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) under negotiation on a case-by-case basis. In the TPP negotiations, the Government will agree to ISDS if certain conditions are met by other TPP countries.
Contrary to some public commentary, ISDS does not protect an investor from a mere loss of profits and does not prevent a Government from changing its policies or regulating in the public interest. A loss of profits, by itself, does not amount to a breach of an FTA.
Should the Government agree to the inclusion of ISDS provisions in any of the FTAs under negotiation, we will seek to ensure that the Government is not restricted in its ability to protect public health and the environment. Further information can be found at www.dfat.gov.au/fta/isds-faq.html.
The Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) is an integral part of Australia’s health system and the Government will not agree to an outcome in the TPP negotiations which would adversely affect the PBS or Australia’s health system more generally.
Australia’s position on Intellectual Property
The Government considers that the TPP negotiations provide an important opportunity to establish effective and balanced protection and enforcement of intellectual property (IP) across the region, in the interests of Australian importers, exporters and consumers. The Government is seeking an outcome on IP in the TPP negotiations that is consistent with Australia’s existing laws, improves transparency and which will streamline the processes for protecting and enforcing IP rights in the region.
Australia has an effective and balanced intellectual property regime, and the Government does not intend to alter the current system through the TPP.
Copyright and the digital environment
I would like to assure you that the Government fully understands the importance of maintaining policy flexibilities, especially for the digital environment. Australia is supporting effective and balanced commitments on copyright in the TPP negotiations that retain the policy flexibilities we currently have. This is particularly important to enable the Government to consider domestic developments, such as the Australian Law Reform Commission’s report following its inquiry into copyright and the digital economy.
Access to medicines
Also issues regarding intellectual property provisions of the TPP and access to medicines. The Government understands the need for access to affordable medicines, both in Australia and in other countries. The Government is working to negotiate a TPP that is in Australia’s national interests, and that supports each Party’s right to protect public health and promote access to medicines. In particular, Australia’s TPP negotiating position takes into consideration input and advice on the potential impact of TPP proposals on Australia’s overseas aid program and developing TPP countries.
At the same time, the Government recognises the role of intellectual property in providing incentives and rewards for investment in pharmaceutical research and development. Ultimately, any outcome on pharmaceutical intellectual property issues in the TPP negotiations must strike an appropriate balance for Australia in promoting investment in innovation, and supporting timely and affordable access to medicines.
Australia is carefully analysing the inclusion of tobacco control language in the TPP negotiations. Under existing international trade obligations, Australia has the right to implement tobacco control measures, such as plain packaging for tobacco products, in the interests of public health. Australia will consider any proposal in the TPP negotiations that confirms this right.
Nothing being discussed in the TPP negotiations will weaken Australia’s policies or regulations on food or alcohol labeling. Australia’s ability to regulate food labeling will not be diminished. All Parties will retain their current rights under the World Trade Organization to make policy related to human health, safety and the environment.
State Owned Enterprises
The Government supports disciplines on State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) in the TPP negotiations that will ensure that entities compete in their commercial activities on an equal footing with the private sector and do not benefit from advantages provided by government. Australia will continue to pursue disciplines that would maintain the Government’s right to use SOEs that serve a public purpose.
Concerns about labour issues under discussion in the TPP. We expect the TPP Labour Chapter will set a new benchmark that will benefit workers across the region by promoting compliance with internationally-recognised labour rights and the effective enforcement of labour laws. While dispute settlement for the Labour Chapter remains subject to negotiations, we expect that the final outcome will include an effective enforcement mechanism.
The TPP Environment Chapter will promote high levels of environmental protection in the TPP region. Australia is seeking to negotiate environmental commitments on issues where trade rules can help to address environmental challenges, including through liberalising trade in environmental goods and services and disciplines on fish subsidies that contribute to over-fishing. We are also working with other parties on trade-related ways to support objectives on conservation, biodiversity and other pressing environmental issues.
Leaked Negotiating Text
The Government is aware that documents purporting to be a leaked version of the TPP have been made public. As is normal practice in trade negotiations, the parties have agreed to keep negotiating documents, including text, confidential, though allowing for governmental consultation processes with stakeholders. The Government will not speculate on the accuracy or otherwise of so-called ‘leaked text’. Negotiating text is a dynamic document, changing regularly, and has no status until all parties have agreed to it.
Consumer protection and best practice regulation is an important aspect of the TPP negotiations. Australia does not intend, through the TPP negotiations or any other trade negotiations, to diminish the level of consumer protection available in Australia. DFAT works closely with key agencies and consults with groups such as CHOICE in developing Australia’s approach to these issues.
The Government is aware that Australians consumers are concerned about the price they pay for items purchased via the internet. As part of TPP negotiations, Australia has raised the profile of ‘geoblocking’ as a commercial practice which has an impact on how consumers engage in electronic commerce.
Transparency in TPP negotiations
Contrary to some reported claims, the TPP negotiations are not secret. The Australian Government made a public announcement about involvement in the TPP negotiations in late 2008 and has been carrying out domestic stakeholder consultations since that time.
As is standard practice with the negotiation of international treaties, draft TPP negotiating texts are not public documents. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is however taking every opportunity to ensure that stakeholders are adequately consulted and able to express their views. There will be an opportunity for full public and Parliamentary discussion prior to any agreement being ratified. In accordance with the Government’s treaty-making process, once the TPP text is agreed it will be tabled in Parliament for 20 joint sitting days to facilitate public consultations and scrutiny by the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties (JSCOT) before any binding treaty action is taken. Once tabled, the treaty text and an accompanying National Interest Analysis will be published on the JSCOT website and in the online Australian Treaties Library. Further information about the TPP can be found on the Department’s website, at: www.dfat.gov.au/trade/agreements/tpp/.
Consultation – for stakeholder groups
The Australian Government commenced public domestic stakeholder consultations in late 2008 and they are ongoing. Australia’s negotiating positions have been, and continue to be, guided by consultations with a range of stakeholders. The Government will continue to take every available opportunity to consult with stakeholders and is always open to receiving written submissions and meeting with interested parties. I would encourage you to continue to participate in this consultative process.
I trust that this information is of assistance.
Here is a recent article you may wish to read.
Sid Maher, The Australian 13 April 2015
“Farmers predict Australian agricultural exports could double by 2030 if the Trans- Pacific Partnership trade agreement is clinched as the Coalition and Labor continue to back negotiations despite escalating attacks from the Greens and anti-trade activists”