Five years ago Tokyo was on a “paper-thin margin” of a nuclear disaster

On March 11, 2011 in Saitama, Japan on business, I decided to get on the train for home which was unusual since I usually stay around for lunch with the people I work with. After buying the train ticket noticing the ticket was stamped at 12:44, I got on the train and headed back home.Continue reading “Five years ago Tokyo was on a “paper-thin margin” of a nuclear disaster”

Can somebody please telephone Pyongyang and ask them to calm down a bit, their neighbors are getting nervous?

See what happens when the UN with US oversight (UN was created for Anglo-American global hedge-money, sorry, I mean hegemony) placed economic sanctions on North Korea which apparently were the “strictest sanctions in decades“? South Korea‚Äôs foreign minister, Yun Byung-se, called it a “land mark resolution with the strongest ever non-military sanctions.” In light ofContinue reading “Can somebody please telephone Pyongyang and ask them to calm down a bit, their neighbors are getting nervous?”

Japan moves to space for its “structural reform” placing its own satellites up in an already crowded low orbit

There weren’t too many people I don’t think that caught the significance of the news two years ago in which it was stated Japan’s tech giants would “turn to space for growth” with several articles published one in the Wall Street Journal. Reading this news sort of makes people wonder if this is the equivalentContinue reading “Japan moves to space for its “structural reform” placing its own satellites up in an already crowded low orbit”