Murder or Suicide?
Japan is notorious for its high suicide rate. You may have heard this news, haven’t you?
According to the major media, Japan is said to have one of the highest suicide rates in the industrialized world. If the statistics that they use to report this news are correct, around ninety people kill themselves in Japan every day. That is a lot of people!
However, can this be true?
As nowadays I have a tendency to doubt all the news that comes to me, I cannot simply say that this is true or not. I rather think it is wise not to believe what you are told straight away. Actually, statistics are normally very misleading so I think we had better be careful in analyzing each case.
Yet, I can tell you with confidence that in Japan there are many murder cases which are considered as suicides. Because, first of all, a group of Korean parasites living in Japan have their spies and agents even in the police, they can disguise the cases of murders as suicides. What’s more, the parasites can ask their fellow doctors to issue death certificates that certify that the cases were suicides. Consequently, the police would perform no further investigations, even if there were a lot of anomalies in those cases.
So far, many eminent Japanese politicians have been murdered. Although the major media reports that they were murdered because they were attacked by thugs or, the killers had hard feelings toward the politicians, these reasons were not true. In most cases, these politicians were those who harshly opposed some changes to existing laws and regulations, which only benefit a group of greedy Japanese, Korean and international parasites. When those courageous politicians became obstacles to the parasites in the implementation of their plans, or whistle blowers that leaked the truth, the parasites just killed them. It is simple and clear, but the media, which is also an indispensable tool for them to control the public, has never reported the truth to us.
The same thing can be said about bankers and bureaucrats who work in the financial world. People who were against critical changes, or people who learned the truth and were about to leak it have been murdered.
In Mr. Yamaguchi Atsuo’s book, “Why did an accountant of the Risona Bank die?”, I found a list of bankers who were reported to have “committed suicide”.
On the following blog, “Cycle of Hatred”, I also found a more complete list of people in the Japanese financial world, who were reported to have committed “suicide”.
(The Japanese structure is rotten to the worst level that it has ever experienced. To understand this, we must learn what has been going on behind the scenes.)
Since 1992 when the Japanese mega-banks and financial institutions began to go bankrupt, a lot of chairmen, directors and managers of these institutions were reported to have been murdered, or “committed suicide”.
On December 1st, 1992, Mr. Kato Yoshikuni, the senior managing director of a trading company “Itoman” drowned himself at home. Is it possible to drown oneself in a bath at home? I have doubts about the possibility.
On August 5h of 1993, Mr. Koyama Tomosaburo, the vice president of Sakawa Bank was shot dead on the street in front of his house. So, this case was clearly a murder. Was the murderer a Yakuza? Because it is illegal to possess pistols in Japan, those who can shoot others cannot be ordinary people.
On February 28 in 1994, Mr. Suzuki Juntaro, the vice senior managing director of “Fuji Film” was stabbed to death on the doorstep of his house.
Again, it is clear that it was a case of murder. Stabbing someone to death is one of the most horrible and primitive methods to kill humans.
On September 14th in the same year, Mr.Hatanaka Kazuhiro, the director of Sumitomo Bank’s Nagoya Branch was shot dead in front of his luxurious apartment house. This case was also a murder. His shooting reminds me of suggests a Yakuza involvement.
All the cases below have been recorded as suicides. But, I have great reservations to believe what is reported by the media. Let’s take a look at the list of “committing suicide” cases.
On June 29th in 1997, Mr. Miyazaki Kunitsugu, a former chairman of Daiichi Kangyo Bank, “hanged” himself at home.
On January 28th in 1998, Mr. Ootsuki Yohichi, an administrator of the Banking Bureau of the Bank of Japan, “hanged” himself at home.
On March 12, in the same year, Mr. Sugiyama Yoshio, an assistant manager of the Banking Bureau of the Bank of Japan, “hanged” himself at home.
On May 2nd in the same year, Mr. Kamoshida Takayuki, an executive board member of the Bank of Japan, “hanged” himself at his mother’s.
On May 6th, in 1999, Mr. Uehara Takashi, a former vice president of Nihon Long-term Credit Bank, “hanged” himself at a hotel.
On May 17th of the same year, Mr. Fukuda Kazunori, a manager of a branch office of the Sumitomo Trust and Banking, “hanged” himself at a hotel.
On February 6th in 2000, Mr. Idenoge Hidemori, a former board of member of Sumitomo Trust and Banking, “hanged” himself at a hotel.
On September 20th, Mr. Honma Tadayo, the former president of Nihon Long-term Credit Bank, “hanged” himself at a hotel.
In the last case of Mr. Honma Tadayo, there is a very curious episode. As a former executive officer of the Bank of Japan, he was appointed to become the president of the newly established Aozora Bank, which was originally the Nippon Credit Bank. As the Nippon Credit Bank went bankrupt due to its bad loans, it was renewed, and Mr. Honma had seriously tackled the challenge to make the bank reliable. Some sources say that he was going to disclose details of the bank’s bad loans. This decision could have made those who did not want him to disclose their illegal acts feel threatened and angry.
On the night when Mr. Honma committed suicide, a TV entertainer, Ms. Mori Kimiko was staying in the room next to that of Mr. Honma. Because she was extremely disturbed by noise and shouts that came from Mr. Honma’s room, she complained to the hotel reception that it was unbearably noisy. She was reported to have testified that it was as if people were fighting each other. However, when she was asked to give more details later, she declined to give any more comments, and soon after that, she denied her own testimony.
Mr. Benjamin Fulford had a deep suspicion about the report released by the police, which asserted that Mr. Honma hanged himself by a curtain rail. Because he knew that the curtain rail of the hotel that Mr. Honma was staying was manipulated to break easily when people try to hang themselves, it was impossible for Mr. Honma to die in that manner. Then, the police changed its report and announced that Mr. Honma drowned himself in the bathtub of the hotel. This police action could indicate that they helped the case look like a suicide. “Why have they assisted in “proving” that this was a suicide, and is how can it be permissible to do so?” The series of questions regarding Mr. Honma’s case continued in my mind.
For me, it is quite easy to suspect that Mr. Honma was murdered. Yet, we have to wait and see what the truth was.
The cases that I have referred to so far were only those of prominent figures. Yet, I am sure that there are far more cases of suicides, where people who are not as famous as the people mentioned above were involved.
Although I can sense that the darkness deepens far more as I go further into this area, I presume that I must remain keenly aware of this, and continue my own investigations. It is because the dead have no mouths to speak now, we must carefully listen to them through our research, and learn the truth. That is our responsibility, isn’t it?
Poet Calico Cat