(637) SerialBrain2: Japan has joined the Alliance. Welcome aboard Prime Minister Abe!

Posted by  $  nickursis 3 weeks, 5 days ago to Government
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Another really interesting analysis of the communications and details regarding Trump and Abe and the ongoing war against the deep state and looters running it. Consider not just the decodes (if you cannot believe the way they communicate) but look at the coincidences, and matches and the description of the Vietnam War, and the China connections. No one seems to remember the China debacle during the Clinton presidency, and the millions they donated to the Democrats and Clintons, and yet nothing was ever done about it, ever wonder why?

SOURCE URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pmbzxune9iw

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  • Posted by  $  Dobrien 3 weeks, 4 days ago
    Those 2 guys are very happy. I love the Japanese. My son went for 6 weeks as an exchange student.
    We had Waka from Kobe stay twice. She loved our casual life style. The best time was when we played a card game called “ spoons “. The twist was we exchanged spoons for raw eggs. I will never forget how elated she was when an egg would break.
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  • Posted by  $  exceller 3 weeks, 4 days ago
    I watched the welcoming ceremony of the president and Melania by Emperor Naruhito and Michiko in the East Garden of the Imperial Place in Tokyo, on a Japanese channel.

    The president and First Lady must have been carefully coached what to do throughout the ceremony, which in true Japanese fashion was very elaborate and long.

    Part of it was for Trump to shake hands with every member of the Cabinet. I really felt for him. It must have been quite a task in the heat.

    But it was apparently worth it. Despite the fact that Trump did not bend at 90 degrees when meeting Naruhito as Hussein did.

    The Japanese are great hosts: I have fond memories of being their guest and traveling on business to the country several times.
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    • Posted by mccannon01 2 weeks, 6 days ago
      A friend of mine, now deceased (RIP Bert), was on Okinawa when the bombs were dropped on Japan and was assigned to take part in the de-militarization of the coastal defenses post surrender and occupation. He was assigned to stay with a Japanese family and he said they were extremely gracious hosts and treated him like family. After he made 5 beach landings in the Pacific theater and fought them all the way to Okinawa he was expecting a very cold reception on the Mainland and was surprised at how warm the people were to him. They became friends and corresponded for years after the war. I wish I met him sooner.

      Good story in how we met... Years ago I had a hobby in cabinet making and woodworking in general and I had a nice shop built into my 2-car garage. One summer I had a special liking for big band music from the 30s and 40s and played it all the time and on warm days I always had one of the doors up. Now I have this huge old maple tree out front of my lot and a couple of nights in a row I noticed this older gentleman standing by the tree sort hiding himself from my view. Finally, I walked out and asked him if I could help him in some way and he answered, "No, I just love your music and I walk over this way to listen". Well, I told him to please not stand here and I brought him up to the shop and provided a nice comfortable chair to sit in while I worked and we had many nice conversations. He lived around the corner on the next block and just happened to be out for a short walk when he heard the music the first time. One of his stories was he sang as a backup singer and blew trumpet with Frank Sinatra a few times in the Poconos and NYC. Later he became a teacher and moved to my town. He and his wife and I and my wife became good friends and socialized a lot together. Bert passed about 15 years ago and his wife passed a year after that. My wife and I will always miss them. I no longer use the wood shop but I still put on the big band music from time to time and can almost see Bert standing by the big maple.
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      • Posted by  $  Dobrien 2 weeks, 6 days ago
        Yes very well mannered people . They are truly conscientious. Very Nice story, ThanQ for sharing. Rest In Peace to the “Bert” couple. Sorry for your loss.
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    • Posted by  $  3 weeks, 4 days ago
      Note that that was what SB2 said, the difference was Trump as deferential as you are with friends and allies, while the Obamamnation was imperial and disingenuous, like the liar he is...The bow thing was seen more of an insult than respectful.
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      • Posted by DrZarkov99 2 weeks, 6 days ago
        The Obama bow to foreign monarchy was a direct insult to the American people. It has been a tradition from the start of the republic that no American president, as the representative of a free people, not subjects, should ever bow to a foreign head of state, especially monarchs (George III kind of put a bad taste in our mouth).
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        • Posted by  $  2 weeks, 6 days ago
          In the Naval History of the War of 1812 I recall John Paul Jones did not bow, either, and it was a mark of distinction in France. He was arrogant, but his refusal to break bought him a lot of support there, his dalliances took it away too...
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      • Posted by  $  exceller 3 weeks, 3 days ago
        "The bow thing was seen more of an insult than respectful."

        Don't forget ridiculous.

        He came across as a clown.
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        • Posted by  $  3 weeks, 3 days ago
          Uh, he always did, except when he did the JFK imitation, but if he kept his yap shut, he did clown pretty good. SB2 has renamed Michelle "Michael", since Q has made that move as well...So, our first gay president, and TS first lady, and most on the inside left knew it....Whys did whats her name die just a couple weeks after saying so?
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          • Posted by  $  Dobrien 2 weeks, 6 days ago
            Joan Rivers perhaps .Tremendous troll of prince charles by our POTUS. I loved the stylish First Lady Melania Trump wearing the same infamous hat, that Princess Diana had worn. Boom. Just learned that MI6 is the world leader in hacking and taking control of an automobile. Go figure.
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