Japan... A Dying Nation

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Thu, 12/15/2011 - 1:39pm.



Asia has long been a site for intense social engineering experiments conducted by the Illuminati. The ultimate goal of these experiments has been twofold:  first, to observe how far a society can be pushed into inhuman and counter-reproductive behaviors; second, to enhance applied techniques towards inducing society-wide disintegration.

An attack on heterosexuality and the family has been on the forefront: In June, 2004, USA Today wrote about the chill between the sexes in Japan:

"Nothing is happening with depressing regularity between Japanese men and women these days. Marriages, births and hanky-panky are all spiraling downward with troubling implications for the nation's future: A sagging birthrate means that fewer working-age people will be around to support a growing population of elderly; a social crisis looms.

"Only in Japan would a popular weekly news magazine deem it necessary to exhort the nation's youth to abstain from sexual abstinence: "˜Young people, don't hate sex,' AERA magazine pleaded last month in a report detailing a precarious drop in sales of condoms and in business at Japan's rent-by-the-hour "˜love hotels.'"

The same headline appeared again last month in the Daily Mail: "No sex please, we're Japanese: Country heads for extinction as survey reveals young people shunning marriage [published Nov. 8, 2011.]

"Japan is … heading for extinction after researchers found that more and more of the country's young people are shunning the idea of marriage and having children.

"One in four unmarried men and women in their 30's say they have never had sex, and the majority of young women prefer the single life.

"A record 61.4 per cent of unmarried Japanese men aged between 18 and 34 have no girlfriend, up 9.2 percentage points from 2005, the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research in Japan said.

"The percentage of unmarried women with no boyfriend in the same age group also hit a record high of 49.5 per cent, up 4.8 points, while nearly half the respondents of both genders said they do not want to date anyone.

"Asked why they remain unmarried, 13.5 per cent of men and 11.6 per cent of women aged between 25 and 34 said they do not know how to be in a relationship, and 11.9 per cent of men and 7.0 per cent of women aged between 18 and 24 gave the same answer, the institute said."


Japanese society has been sexualized to such an extent that marriages are no longer viable.

"Mothers are not seen by their husbands as sexually desirable anymore. Once a child is born, the mother becomes like a relative, not a sexual partner anymore. (This may explain why so many families only have one child)….

"The Japanese sex industry is the biggest in the world (in terms of money generated). Porn magazines are available at every convenience store and read widely, even in public. Many Japanese men are obviously sexually frustrated. According to the Durex global sex survey, the Japanese are the national group that have sex the least often among the surveyed countries around the world. 37% of Japanese respondents said they had sex at least once a week (as opposed to 78% in China, 70 to 87% in southern Europe and 55 to 80% in northern Europe), and a dismal 15% admitted to being sexually satisfied.

"Extramarital affairs are an almost culturally accepted part of life in Japan. A middle-aged married man won't be in trouble at home for seeking romance with young bar hostesses, or having sex with prostitutes in a soap land or "˜massage parlour'. These are accepted facets of married life in Japan."


Japanese "continuity" has been shredded. Family tradition and religious devotion have been crushed.

Within the past several years, a group of young Japanese men convicted of videotaping their gang rape of a female schoolmate were described by a high-level government figure with the words, "as least they are vigorous".

Japanese pornography is generally amongst the most violent and perverted sort, featuring horrific rapes, pedophilia, incest, invasion of restrooms, obsessions with menstrual blood, and the glorification of sexually sociopathic computerized machines.

Something has gone terribly wrong in Japan. Ownership of child pornography is not yet a criminal offense. Only international pressure has forced the Japanese government to crack down on child porn distribution.

The comparatively honorable ethics of Japanese Samurai culture (described by historians as one of Japan's greatest contributions to global culture) have been pressured in the direction of disorder, fragmentation, and sterility.

The hand of the Illuminati can be seen in all of this. This is what they do. Destroy traditional structures. Fragment. Sterilize.

This all began following the invasion of Tokyo harbor in 1854 by a tool of the American contingent of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry. Samurai culture was NEVER about pedophilia and incest. It was a culture of honor and respect. So much for that.


The Illuminati were capable of accomplishing both their short- and long-term ends in Japan for a few reasons.

Japan is a culture of silence and repression. What Westerners take for normal, outward, interpersonal communication is easily taken as a shocking affront in Japanese culture.

The Japanese do not ask direct questions, even concerning the least of things. An elaborate route of intricate behavioral and verbal rules controls and confines social exchange.

Within that sort of context, it is not difficult to produce invasions and interpositions of a very serious and profound sort, which are then permitted to grow larger and larger — because, simply put, no one is willing to voice their open and direct objections.

For example, women who are raped or beaten often choose not to speak out, because to speak out is to become an anomaly, and to become an anomaly is to become a pariah. The last thing normal everyday Japanese individuals desire is to draw attention to themselves.

The Japanese look down upon anyone who suffers or commits errors. A woman was raped? She's an outcast because she probably set herself up for it. A family home was burglarized? They were too weak and vulnerable to prevent it. Japanese are taught to blame themselves for every mishap, crime, victimization, and miserable circumstance.

What better place to manipulate, than a land and a culture where self-blame is the automatic response to failure, and where no one is bold enough to confront the issues?

You could do anything — even cause a nuclear disaster — and no one of importance would speak out.

In Japan, people do not see each other as people. They see only the rules. There could be no better Illuminati stomping ground than this: control the rules, control the people.

Cultural continuity has to do with the preservation of the family unit. The creation of a happy home can occur only if the father and mother of a family love and trust each other. A loving father-mother pair provides the fundamental condition for a stress-free accession of progeny.

But Japanese men and women don't appear to know what it means to LOVE. So much so that it's a national crisis on the level of cultural survival.


Aspen - December 12, 2011 - posted at PakAlert


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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Thu, 12/15/2011 - 1:39pm.