It isn’t very likely that Russia has forgotten its past with Japan ever since Japan was financed by the Jew Jacob Schiff, so that Japan could fight a land war against Russia during the Russo-Japanese war in 1905 (The Treaty of Portsmouth). The war was fought for control of Manchuria. Significantly even more revealing, is how easily Japan’s leaders at the time, would sell out and commit themselves to war taking the Japanese people with them under the patriotic banner of their Emperor to fight a land war against Russia. It takes money to run a war, lot’s of it, so rather than diplomatically discuss peaceful trade with Russia over Manchuria, which would have been the sensible thing to do it would seem, Japan takes a massive loan from the private banker Jew Jacob Schiff, and then commits itself to all out war to take resources out of Manchuria.
This also demonstrates the greed and arrogance of Japanese leaders at the time throwing their people into a war they knew the Japanese would go along with because their emperor told them to, after all, the emperor of Japan “descends directly from the Gods”. Kind of makes people wonder what Japan’s leaders are currently up to as they re-militarize and prepare to boot the Americans out of Okinawa? Japan as I have suggested in many blogs, is moving closer and closer to Russia, let’s hope today’s leaders of Japan decide on a more mutually beneficial relationship with Russia, unlike Japan taking massive loans to finance another war.
Source: Occidental Observe
Jews and Japanese Imperialism
by Peter Stuyvesant on April 12, 2011 — 40 Comments
The institution of the United Nations (UN) Holocaust Remembrance Day and the UN outreach programme to promote the worldwide teaching of the Holocaust is a dubious policy of this supra-national organization: Is the suffering of one people more significant than the suffering of another? Is the suffering of ethnic persecution a sound basis for universal morals?
The Holocaust education and subsequent teaching of Jewish history also can be very embarrassing, especially when Jews were complicit in foreign occupation and brutal oppression. In this article, Part 2 of a series (Part 1 is here), I discuss the Jewish role in facilitating Japanese imperialism.
Jews and Japanese Imperialism
In 1905, the Russo-Japanese war for the domination of Manchuria—nowadays the northeast of China—was in a deadlock with neither party gaining the upper hand. Japan could not sustain a long-term expensive land war with Russia and their opponents knew that. Moreover the Russians had the advantage that the White nations were not willing to support an emerging non-White nation to compete over foreign markets and colonies.
Nevertheless there was one important source of money which greatly contributed to the Japanese cause — the loans from the Jewish activist banker from New York: Jacob Schiff. Schiff was the point man in what might be termed the Jewish foreign policy of the period: Hostility toward Russia because of its treatment of Jews. The entire organized Jewish community throughout Europe and America actively opposed Russia. For example, in America in 1911, the American Jewish Committee, led and financed by Schiff, successfully advocated the abrogation of a trade agreement with Russia over the veto of President Taft.
Schiff’s loans effectively tilted the balance in favor of the Japanese, which could literally buy time to sustain the land war and meanwhile defeat the Russian navy at sea. The Russian defeat shook the Empire to its foundations and revolution was in the air. The Japanese on the other hand had a boost of self-confidence, being the first non-White modern nation to defeat a European superpower both on land and at sea. By defeating the Russians in Manchuria the Japanese blocked further Russian expansion in the Far East and opened up perspectives for their own imperial schemes, especially in China. One could say that the Russo-Japanese war unleashed Japanese imperialism which would ultimately lead to the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941.
The Japanese were well aware of the contribution of Jacob Schiff to their war effort and bestowed many honors on him. He was awarded the Japanese Order of the Sacred Treasure in 1905, and in 1907 he was honored again with the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Star. Ultimately Schiff was the first foreigner to have been personally awarded the Order by the Japanese Emperor in the Imperial Palace (see here, p. 17). Back then the Japanese emperor was considered a demi-god by ordinary Japanese and seeing him or even meeting him was one of the greatest honors which could be received.
Please go the Occidental Observe website to read the entire article.