Thanks for the tip, this is my first post. I would have made a full thread but I have 19 more posts to make and I don't want to make frivolous ones
just to achieve that goal.
So the important question, what do you think about the impostor? Am I looney or what? Facial details off, as well as a radically new look in a short
amount of time. And the voice in the second video. That damn voice. The accent is different, the pacing is different. He appears nervous on camera,
this is a pro journalist for decades who has interviewed some of the world's top people. Heck, Benjamin wasn't even nervous when he interviewed
This one tells us something about the man sitting opposite Benjamin. Watch from 2 minutes.
This tells us more and perhaps suggests Michael Jackson was doing something massive and had to have his reputation destroyed in a sting. www.japantimes.co.jp...
I've seen Chodoin Daikaku described as leader of the Japan Revolution Party to which I have, perhaps rashly, extended my support.
The whole thing is bound to be slightly stress inducing. Also thinking in Japanese and translating your thoughts into English before speaking causes
problems with presentation. This is a common problem for English speakers living in Japan. The Japanese language works in a very different way so it
isn't as simple as translating words, you have to translate though patterns as well. If he's doing more Japanese speaking than before it will affect
the way he speaks.
Someone said to me once, "You can only believe what you experience".
I won't back anything 100% but I for one welcome our new Yakuza/Ninja Freedom Army overlords while retaining my right to self determination.
Just realised I've already posted most of this here. Sorry. Very busy. Mods, please remove if necessary.
edit on 13-3-2012 by Kester because:
apology for duplication
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