posted on Aug, 1 2007 @ 02:44 AM
Originally posted by SevenThundersAgain I ask, why should anyone trust these well established and brutal drug dealers to save America
from the banksters? Why would the new bosses be any better than the old bosses? His uncritical acceptance of these gangsters and his assumption of
benign intent is very suspect to me.
SevenThunders, I don`t think they`re saying they wish to set themselves up as world leaders. They just want to put a stop to the Illuminati`s
depopulation plans. Personally, I`m under no illusions that segments of this Chinese group are not 'brutal drug dealers' as you describe them. But
as with the Yakuza here in Japan, things are not as simple as they seem.
I quote from wikipedia here:Until recently, the majority of yakuza income came from protection rackets in shopping, entertainment and red-light
districts within their territory. This is mainly due to the reluctance of such businesses to seek help from the police. The Japanese police are also
reluctant to interfere in internal matters in recognized communities such as shopping arcades, schools/universities, night districts and so on. In
this sense, yakuza are still regarded as semi-legitimate organizations. For example, immediately after the Kobe earthquake, the Yamaguchi-gumi, whose
headquarters are in Kobe, mobilised itself to provide disaster relief services (including the use of a helicopter), and this was widely reported by
the media as a contrast to the much slower response by the Japanese government. For this reason, many yakuza regard their income and hustle (shinogi)
as a collection of a feudal tax. en.wikipedia.org...
I know the part about Kobe is true as I live here.
Anyway, Benjamin said, "It must be made very clear though that it is not a crime gang. Although many members are Triad and Yakuza members, over 2/3
thirds of the members are intellectuals such as university professors, researchers and government bureaucrats. Each member earns their own living and
membership in the society is like belonging to an emergency fire brigade. Their book of rules reads like a book of ethics filled with instructions to
do things like help the weak, fight injustice, help your comrades etc."
"They approached me and asked if they could help after I made a speech in Tokyo describing the Bush regimes' use of race-specific biological
weapons. For me it was like a ghost from the history books appearing right in front of me. At first I thought of silly things like having them play
911 truth videos in Chinatowns around the world. However, then I remembered the scene from the movie Kill Bill where Uma Thurman snatches out her
opponent's eye. I soon realized these people could save the world by directly attacking the eye at the top of the pyramid on the one-dollar bill."