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日本人の中で支那や韓国・北朝鮮などと仲良くすべきなどと言っている人の割合は急速に減り続けています。逆に支那人が嫌いだ、朝鮮人が嫌いだという人が急増しています。

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Kankoku no Hot Dog

Korean Theme Park

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女王陛下の007、金総書記閣下の田中均!

国画報 from LA・2013/06/27

Tanaka Hitoshi 007 

元外務省の田中均氏は北朝鮮のスパイと疑われて久しい。金正日の側近と太いパイプを持ち、対北朝鮮政策を独断で押し進めたと云われるが、肝心のミスターXが誰なのか未だに分らぬ上、外交記録も紛失しているから謎だらけだ。明らかなのは、田中氏の姿勢が異常に北朝鮮寄りであることだけだ。

例えば小泉・ブッシュ時代の日米首脳会談で「北朝鮮問題解決のために対話と圧力が必要」との見解で一致したのに、田中局長は広報資料を勝手に改竄し「圧力」の文字を削除した。同行していた安倍官房副長官(現、首相)が発表前に気付き、慌てて「圧力」を加筆修正をさせたから事無きを得たものの、へんな文書で日本政府が赤っ恥を書くところだった。

さらに凄いのが、この日米首脳会談の直前、田中局長はアーミテージ国務副長官など米政府の要人に対して、「北朝鮮が提案している体制保証や相互不可侵条約を結んでくれ」と直談判したとの噂だ。仰天したアメリカ側では、タナカは北朝鮮のスパイに違いない、本人自身がミスターXではないか、と大騒ぎになった。

もちろんスパイと見抜いたのは同盟国だけではない。文書偽造を目の当たりにした安倍氏はじめ、保守政治家は田中氏の異様な行動や発言を問題視した。例えば、かって拉致議連の顧問だった故中川昭一氏は、田中局長が「大臣、北朝鮮のような小さな問題ではなく、もっと大きな事に関心をもってくださいよ」と暴言を吐いた際、即座にこの男をこう怒鳴りつけた。

「北朝鮮による拉致で、子供や家族が26年間(当時)も帰ってこない人達がいる。それでも小さい問題か!あなたみたいに、北朝鮮のスパイのような真似をするから駄目なのだ!」

真似じゃねえよ、ホンモノのスパイだよ、と田中氏が心の中でつぶやいたかどうか知らないが、本人は退官後も、東京大学の特任教授を務め、メディアにも登場して得々北朝鮮問題を語る。このお気楽さがまさに日本の真骨頂なんだろうが、スパイ罪や国家反逆罪がない以上、どう仕様もないか。溜め息の出る話だ。

http://yohkan.iza.ne.jp/blog/entry/3115707/

SOME PEOPLE TAKE THIS SERIOUSLY

TRASH WHITE

PATTI SMITH. ARYAN IN FILTH

Patti Smith is a fag-hag mudshark genius, screwed up by The Kike's "underground" (Dylan/Zimmy, Ginsburg, William S Burroughs, Lou Reed, Mapplethorpe), with kike producers and musicians, but her soul was Aryan once, raised in and wallowing in filth. American.


"PISS FACTORY"

1974


Sixteen and time to pay off. I get this job in a piss factory inspecting pipe, forty hours, thirty-six dollars a week, but its a paycheck, Jack. It's so hot in here, hot like Sahara. You could faint from the heat, but these bitches are just too lame to understand, too god-damned grateful to get this job to know they're getting screwed up the ass. All these women they got no teeth or gum or cranium, and the way they suck hot sausage. But me, well I wasn't sayin' too much neither. I was moral schoolgirl, hard-working asshole. I figured I was speedo motorcycle. I had to earn my dough, had to earn my dough. But no, you gotta, you gotta relate, right? You gotta find the rhythm within. Floor boss slides up to me and he says, "Hey, sister, you're just movin' too fast. You're screwin' up the quota. You're doin your piece work too fast. Now you get off your mustang, Sally, you ain't goin nowhere, you ain't goin nowhere." I lay back. I get my nerve up. I take a swig of Romilar, and I walk up to hot-shit Dot Hook and I say, 'Hey, hey sister, it don't matter whether I do labor fast or slow. There's always more labor after.' She's real Catholic, see. She fingers her cross and she says, "There's one reason. There's one reason. You do it my way or I push your face in. We knee you in the john if you dont get off your mustang, Sally. If you dont shake it up baby." Shake it up, baby, twist and shout. O that I could will a radio here! James Brown singing, "I Lost Someone", or the Jesters, and the Paragons, and Georgie Wood, the guy with the goods, and Guided Missiles. But no, I got nothin'. No diversion, no window, nothing here but a porthole in the plaster, in the plaster, where I look down, look down at Sweet Theresa's convent. All those nurses, all those nuns scattin' 'round with their bloom hoods like cats in mourning. Oh, to me they, you know, to me they look pretty damn free down there, down there, not having to press those smooth, not having to smooth those hands against hot steel, not having to worry about the in-speed, the dogma of in-speed of labor. Well, they look pretty damn free down there. And the way they smell, the way they smell. And here I gotta be up here smellin Dot Hook's midwife sweat. I would rather smell the way boys smell. Oh, those schoolboys, the way their legs flap under the desk in study hall. That odor, rising, roses and ammonia, and way their dicks droop like lilacs. Or the way they smell that forbidden acrid smell. But no I gotta, I gotta put clammy lady in my nostril. Her against the wheel. Me against the wheel. Oh, the in-speed, oh, slow motion inspection is drivin' me insane. In steel, next to Dot Hook. Oh, we may look the same, shoulder to shoulder, sweatin' 110 degrees, but I will never faint, I will never faint. They laugh, and they expect me to faint, but I will never faint, I refuse to lose, I refuse to fall down, because you see it's the monotony that's got to me, every afternoon like the last one, every afternoon like a re-run, next to Dot Hook, and, yeah, we look the same, both pumpin' steel, both sweatin', but you know she got nothin' to hide, and I got something to hide here, called Desire. I got something to hide here, called Desire. And I will get out of here. You know the fear potion is just about to come. In my nose is the taste of sugar, and I got nothin' to hide here save Desire. And I'm gonna go, I'm gonna get out of here, I'm gonna get out of here. I'm gonna get on that train. I'm gonna go on that train and go to New York City, and I'm gonna be somebody. I'm gonna get on that train, go to New York City, and I'm gonna be so big. I'm gonna be a big star, and I will never return, never return, no, never return, to burn at this Piss Factory. And I will travel light. Oh, watch me now!




"SUMMER CANNIBALS"

1996


I was down in Georgia
nothing was as real
as the street beneath my feet
descending into air

The cauldron was a-bubbling
the flesh was lean
and the women moved forward
like piranhas in a stream
they spread themselves before me
an offering so sweet
and they beckoned and they beckoned
come on darling eat

Eat the summer cannibals
eat eat eat
you eat the summer cannibals
eat eat eat

They circled around me
natives in a ring
and I saw their souls a-withering
like snakes in chains
and they wrapped themselves around me
ummm what a treat
and they rattled their tales hissin'
come on let's eat

Eat the summer cannibals
eat eat eat
you eat the summer cannibals
eat eat eat

I felt a rising in my throat
the girls a-saying grace
and the air the viscous air
pressed against my face
and it all got too damn much for me
just got too damn rough
and I pushed away my plate
and said boys I've had enough
and I laid upon the table
another piece of meat
and I opened up my veins to them
and said come on eat

Eat the summer cannibals
eat eat eat
you eat the summer cannibals
eat eat eat
you eat the summer cannibals
eat eat eat
you eat the summer cannibals
eat eat eat

Cause I was down in Georgia
nothing was as real
as the street beneath my feet
descending into hell

So eat eat eat
you eat eat eat
you eat eat eat
eat eat eat





DANCING BAREFOOT

1978


she is benediction
she is addicted to thee
she is the root connection
she is connecting with he

here I go and I don't know why
I fell so ceaselessly
could it be he's taking over me...

I'm dancing barefoot
heading for a spin
some strange music draws me in
makes me come on like some heroine

she is sublimation
she is the essence of thee
she is concentrating on
he, who is chosen by she

here I go and I don't know why
I spin so ceaselessly,
could it be he's taking over me...

I'm dancing barefoot
heading for a spin
some strange music draws me in
makes me come on like some heroine

she is re-creation
she, intoxicated by thee
she has the slow sensation that
he is levitating with she ...

here I go and I don't know why,
I spin so ceaselessly,
'til I lose my sense of gravity...

I'm dancing barefoot
heading for a spin
some strange music draws me in
makes me come on like some heroine

(oh God, I fell for you ...)

the plot of our life sweats in the dark like a face
the mystery of childbirth, of childhood itself
grave visitations
what is it that calls to us?
why must we pray screaming?
why must not death be redefined?
we shut our eyes we stretch out our arms
and whirl on a pane of glass
an asphyxiation a fix on anything the line of life the limb of a tree
the hands of he and the promise that she is blessed among women.

(oh God, I fell for you ...)





"FREDERICK"

1979


hi hello wake from thy sleep
God has given your soul to keep
all of the power that burns in the flame
ignites the light in a single name

Frederick name of care
fast asleep in a room somewhere
guardian angels line they bed
shed their light on thy sleepy head

I am a threshold yearning to sing
down with the the dancers having one last fling
here's to the moment when you said hello
come on my spirit are you ready let's go

hi hi hey hey
maybe I will come back some day now
but tonight on the wings of a dove
up above to the land of love

now I lay me down to sleep
pray the Lord my soul to keep
kiss to kiss breath to breath
my soul surrenders astonished to death

night of wonder for us to keep
set our sails channel out deep
after the rapture two hearts meet
mine entwined in a single beat

Frederick you're the one
as we journey from sun to sun
all the dreams I waited so long for
fly tonight so long so long

bye bye hey hey
maybe we will come back some day now
but tonight on the wings of a dove
up above to the land of love

Frederick name of care
high above in sky that's clear
all the things I've been dreamin' of
are expressed in this name of love

bye bye hey hey
maybe we will come back some day now
but tonight on the wings of a dove
up above





AIN'T IT STRANGE?

1976


Down in Vineland there's a clubhouse,
Girl in white dress, boy shoot white stuff
Oh, don't you know that anyone can join
And they come and they call and they fall on the floor
Don't you see when you're looking at me
That I'll never end transcend transcend
Ain't it strange oh oh oh
Ain't it strange oh oh oh

Come and join me, I implore thee,
I impure thee, come explore me.
Oh, don't you know that anyone can come
And they come and they call and they crawl on the floor.
Don't you see when you're looking at me
That I'll never end transcend transcend
Ain't it strange oh oh oh
Ain't it strange oh oh oh

True, true, who are you?
Who, who am I?
Oh da oh da oh da oh da oh da oh da

Down in Vineland there's a clubhouse,
Girl in white dress, boy shoot white stuff.
Oh, don't you know that anyone can come
And they come and they call and they fall on the floor
Don't you see when you're looking at me
That I'll never end transcend transcend.
Ain't it strange oh oh oh
Ain't it strange oh oh oh

Do you go to the temple tonight?
Oh no, I don't think so
Do you not go to the palace of answers with me Marie?
Oh no, I don't think so, no
See when they offer me book of gold,
I know soon still that platinum is coming
And when I look inside of your temple
It looks just like the inside of anyone one man,
And when he beckons his finger to me,
Well, I move in another direction,
I move in another dimension
I move in another dimension oh oh oh

I spin, I spiral, and I splatter
Hand of God, I feel the finger,
Hand of God, and I start to whirl
And I whirl, and I whirl,
Don't get dizzy, do not fall now,
Turn, God, God (strange)
Go, go on, go like a dervish,
Turn, God, (strange) make a move
Turn, Lord, (strange)
I don't get nervous
Oh I just move in another dimension
Come move in another dimension
Come move in another dimension
Come move in another dimension oh oh oh
Strange strange

Do you go to the temple tonight?
Oh no, I don't think so, no
We'll go to the pagoda
The palace of answers with me, Marie
Oh no, I don't believe so, no
See when they offer me book of gold,
I know soon still that platinum is coming
And when I look inside of your temple
It looks just like the inside of anyone one man
And when he beckons his finger to me,
Well, I move in another dimension
I move in another dimension
I move in another dimension oh oh oh






"WAVE"

1979


Hi. Hi. I was running after you for a long time. I, I was watching you from ... actually I've watched you for a long time. I like to watch you when you're walking back and forth on the beach, and the way your, the way your cloth looks. I like, I like to see the edges, the bottom of it, get all wet when you're walking near the water there. It's real nice to talk to you. I didn't. I, I, I, I, I, how are you? how are you? (oh albino) I saw I saw you from your balcony window, and you were standing there waving at everybody. It was really great because there was about a billion people there, but when I was waving to you, uh, the way your face was, it was so, the way your face was, It made me feel exactly like we're -- it's not that you were just waving to me, but that we were we were waving to each other. Really it was really wonderful. I really felt happy. It really made me happy, and, um, I, I just wanted to thank you, because you, you really, really, you made me, you made me feel good. And. Oh, I. It's nothing. I, um, I, well I'm just clumsy. Yeah. No, it's just a band-aid. No, it's okay. Oh no, I'm always doing, something's always happening to me. Yeah, well, I'll be seein' ya. Goodbye. Bye. Wave, thou art pretty. Wave, thou art high. Wave, thou are music. Wave, thou are white. (oh albino) (oh albino) Wave, thou art high. (wave thou art pretty) Wave to the city. Wave goodbye. Goodbye, sir. Goodbye, papa.



THIS NEGRO CAN'T STAND STILL

大日本帝国陸軍 小野田寛郎少尉 死去

Onoda Hiroo

Onoda Hiroo and Onoda Shigeo

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Onoda Hiroo

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Onoda Hiroo

Onoda Hiroo 小野田 寛郎 1922.03.19–2014.01.16















小野田寛郎さん死去、終戦知らずルバング島30年間任務続行

イザ・2014.1.17

フィリピン・ルバング島に終戦後も任務を続け、30年密林にこもって戦闘を続けた元陸軍少尉、小野田寛郎さんが亡くなっていたことがわかった。

戦争が続いていると信じフィリピン・ルバング島に30年間任務を続けた元陸軍少尉で、ボランティアなどを養成する「小野田自然塾」理事長の小野田寛郎(おのだ・ひろお)さんが16日午後4時29分、肺炎のため都内の病院で死去したことが17日、分かった。91歳だった。葬儀・告別式は親族のみで行う。後日、お別れの会を開く予定。

遺族らによると、体調を崩して6日から入院していたという。

大正11年、和歌山県亀川村(現海南市)で生まれ、昭和19年に諜報員などを養成する陸軍中野学校を卒業後、情報将校としてフィリピンへ派遣。20年の終戦後も任務解除の命令が届かず、ルバング島の密林にこもって戦闘を続け、49年3月に任務解除命令を受けて帰国した。

50年にはブラジルへ移住し、牧場を開業。平成元年には小野田自然塾を開設し、ルバング島での経験を基にキャンプ生活を通した野外活動などでボランティアの育成などに尽力した。近年は都内で生活し、国内各地で講演を行っていた。




Onoda Hiroo

Wikipedia

Onoda was born on March 19, 1922, in Kamekawa Village, Kaisō District, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan. When he was 17 years old, he went to work for the Tajima Yoko trading company in Wuhan, China. When he was 20, he was enlisted in the Imperial Japanese Army.

Onoda trained as an intelligence officer in the commando class "Futamata" (二俣分校 futamata-bunkō?) of Nakano School. On December 26, 1944, he was sent to Lubang Island in the Philippines. He was ordered to do all he could to hamper enemy attacks on the island, including destroying the airstrip and the pier at the harbor. Onoda's orders also stated that under no circumstances was he to surrender or take his own life. When he landed on the island, Onoda joined forces with a group of Japanese soldiers who had been sent there previously. The officers in the group outranked Onoda and prevented him from carrying out his assignment, which made it easier for United States and Philippine Commonwealth forces to take the island when they landed on February 28, 1945. Within a short time of the landing, all but Onoda and three other soldiers had either died or surrendered and Onoda, who had been promoted to lieutenant, ordered the men to take to the hills.

Onoda continued his campaign as a Japanese holdout, initially living in the mountains with three fellow soldiers (Private Yūichi Akatsu, Corporal Shōichi Shimada and Private First Class Kinshichi Kozuka). The first time they saw a leaflet announcing that Japan had surrendered was in October 1945; another cell had killed a cow and found a leaflet left behind by islanders which read: "The war ended on August 15. Come down from the mountains!" However, they mistrusted the leaflet, because another cell had been fired upon a few days previously. They concluded that the leaflet was Allied propaganda, and also believed that they would not have been fired on if the war had indeed been over. Toward the end of 1945, leaflets were dropped by air with a surrender order printed on them from General Tomoyuki Yamashita of the Fourteenth Area Army. They had been in hiding for over a year, and this leaflet was the only evidence they had the war was over. Onoda's group looked very closely at the leaflet to determine whether it was genuine, and decided it was not. One of the four, Yuichi Akatsu walked away from the others in September 1949 and surrendered to Filipino forces in 1950 after six months on his own. This seemed like a security problem to the others and they became even more careful. In 1952 letters and family pictures were dropped from aircraft urging them to surrender, but the three soldiers concluded that this was a trick. Shimada was shot in the leg during a shoot-out with local fishermen in June 1953, after which Onoda nursed him back to health. On May 7, 1954, Shimada was killed by a shot fired by a search party looking for the men. Kozuka was killed by two shots fired by local police on October 19, 1972, when he and Onoda, as part of their guerrilla activities, were burning rice that had been collected by farmers. Onoda was now alone. Though Onoda had been officially declared dead in December 1959, this event suggested that it was likely he was still alive and search parties were sent out, but did not find him.

On February 20, 1974, Onoda met a Japanese man, Norio Suzuki, who was traveling around the world, looking for "Lieutenant Onoda, a panda, and the Abominable Snowman, in that order". Suzuki found Onoda after four days of searching. Onoda described this moment in a 2010 interview: "This hippie boy Suzuki came to the island to listen to the feelings of a Japanese soldier. Suzuki asked me why I would not come out ..." Onoda and Suzuki became friends, but Onoda still refused to surrender, saying that he was waiting for orders from a superior officer. Suzuki returned to Japan with photographs of himself and Onoda as proof of their encounter, and the Japanese government located Onoda's commanding officer, Major Yoshimi Taniguchi, who had since become a bookseller. He flew to Lubang where on March 9, 1974, he finally met with Onoda and fulfilled the promise made in 1944, "Whatever happens, we'll come back for you," by issuing him the following orders:

"In accordance with the Imperial command, the Fourteenth Area Army has ceased all combat activity.

"In accordance with military Headquarters Command No. A-2003, the Special Squadron of Staff's Headquarters is relieved of all military duties.

"Units and individuals under the command of Special Squadron are to cease military activities and operations immediately and place themselves under the command of the nearest superior officer. When no officer can be found, they are to communicate with the American or Philippine forces and follow their directives."

(Hiroo Onoda, Onoda 1999, pp. 13–14)

Onoda was thus properly relieved of duty, and he surrendered. He turned over his sword, his functioning Arisaka Type 99 rifle, 500 rounds of ammunition and several hand grenades, as well as the dagger his mother had given him in 1944 for protection. Only private Teruo Nakamura, arrested on 18 December 1974 in Indonesia, held out for longer.

Though he had killed people and engaged in shootouts with the police, the circumstances were taken into consideration, and Onoda received a pardon from President Ferdinand Marcos.

Onoda was so popular following his return to Japan that some Japanese urged him to run for the Diet (Japan's bicameral legislature). He also released a ghostwritten autobiography, No Surrender: My Thirty-Year War, shortly after his return, detailing his life as a guerrilla fighter in a war that was long over. A Philippine documentary interviewed people who lived on Lubang Island during Onoda's stay, revealing that Onoda had killed several people, which he had not mentioned in his autobiography. The news media reported on this and other misgivings, but at the same time welcomed his return home. The Japanese government offered him a large sum of money in back pay, which he refused. When money was pressed on him by well-wishers, he donated it to Yasukuni Shrine.

Onoda was reportedly unhappy being the subject of so much attention and troubled by what he saw as the withering of traditional Japanese values. In April 1975, he followed the example of his elder brother Tadao and left Japan for Brazil, where he raised cattle. He married in 1976 and assumed a leading role in Colônia Jamic (Jamic Colony), the Japanese community in Terenos, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. After reading about a Japanese teenager who had murdered his parents in 1980, Onoda returned to Japan in 1984 and established the Onoda Shizen Juku ("Onoda Nature School") educational camp for young people, held at various locations in Japan.

Onoda revisited Lubang Island in 1996, donating US$10,000 for the local school on Lubang. His wife, Machie Onoda, became the head of the conservative Japan Women's Association in 2006. He used to spend three months of the year in Brazil. Onoda was awarded the Merit medal of Santos-Dumont by the Brazilian Air Force on December 6, 2004. On February 21, 2010, the Legislative Assembly of Mato Grosso do Sul awarded him the title of "Cidadão do (Citizen of) Mato Grosso do Sul."

Onoda died of heart failure on 16 January, 2014, at St. Luke's International Hospital in Tokyo, due to complications from pneumonia. Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga commented on his death: "I vividly remember that I was reassured of the end of the war when Mr Onoda returned to Japan" and also praised his will to survive.



Hiroo Onoda

By [Kike] JUDIT KAWAGUCHI, Japan Times, Jan 16, 2007

Hiroo Onoda, 84, is a former member of an Imperial Japanese Army intelligence unit, an elite commando during World War II who was sent to Lubang Island in the Philippines in 1944 to conduct guerrilla warfare and gather military intelligence. Trained in clandestine operations, his mission was to sneak behind enemy lines, conduct surveillance and survive independently until issued new orders. He did exactly that for the next 30 years. Long after Japan’s surrender in 1945, he continued to serve his country in the jungle, convinced that the Greater East Asia War was still being fought. He lived on mostly bananas and mangoes, evading many Japanese search parties and the local Philippine police, all of whom he believed were enemy spies. In March 1974, at age 52, a Japanese man who had run across Onoda brought his former superior to the island with instructions that relieved him of his military duties. After a brief return to Japan, he moved to Brazil where he became a successful rancher. He came back to Japan in the 1980s and established the Onoda Nature School with the goal of educating children about the value of life. His incredible adventures on Lubang are detailed in his book “No Surrender: My Thirty-year War.”

"If you have some thorns in your back, somebody needs to pull them out for you. We need buddies. The sense of belonging is born in the family and later includes friends, neighbors, community and country. That is why the idea of a nation is really important."

"Some dreams are best not to wake up from. On Lubang, I believed I was defending Japan by making the island into a stronghold as best as I could with my two comrades, Shimada and Kozuka. When they both died, I continued my mission alone. When World War II ended for me in 1974, the past all seemed like a dream."

"People cannot live completely by themselves. If you have any doubts about this, just imagine being truly alone. Can you find all your food, make a fire, sew your clothes and take care of yourself when you get sick or injured? Can you make it?"

"One must always be civic-minded. Every minute of every day, for 30 years, I served my country. I have never even wondered if that was good or bad for me as an individual."

"History is written by the victors. Since the end of WWII, the Japanese history taught in our schools has been based on a U.S. program to promote war guilt and on left-wing propaganda. I don’t blame the United States for this. They wanted a weak Japan, and their mission is accomplished; Japanese educated after the war do not have any confidence in their culture or in themselves."

"Japan was forced to participate in WWII. The ABCD Powers (America, Britain, China and the Dutch East Indies) imposed such strong sanctions on Japan that we had no way to import oil, steel or anything. We were going to die or we were going to be invaded and enslaved."

"Japanese political leaders were wise in the past. All Asian nations except Thailand and Japan were colonized. In our case, the Tokugawa Shogunate made a smooth transition to the first Meiji government in order to save us from colonization."

"Once you have burned your tongue on hot miso soup, you even blow on the cold sushi. This is how the Japanese government now behaves toward the U.S. and other nations. We are so careful and let others devour so much, yet they are always hungry for more from Japan."

"Without a huge shock, the sleepy-head, ignorant Japanese will never wake up. The situation today is similar to what we had in 1853 when [Commodore] Perry’s Black Ships arrived. Unless Nodong or Taepodong missiles fly over our heads, we do nothing to protect ourselves."

"Parents should raise more independent children. When I was living in Brazil in the 1980s, I read that a 19-year-old Japanese man killed his parents after failing the university entrance exam. I was stunned. Why had he killed his parents instead of moving out? I guess he didn’t have enough confidence. I thought this was a sign that Japanese were getting too weak. I decided to move back to Japan to establish a nature school to give children more power."

"Men should never give up. I never do. I would hate to lose."

"Men should never compete with women. If they do, the guys will always lose. That is because women have a lot more endurance. My mother said that, and she was so right."

"Never complain. When I did, my mother said that if I didn’t like my life, I could just give up and die. She reminded me that when I was inside her, I told her that I wanted to be born, so she delivered me, breastfed me and changed my diapers. She said that I had to be brave."

"Parents should remember that they are supposed to die before their children. Nobody will help them later on, so the greatest gift parents can give their children is independence."

"Life is not fair and people are not equal. Some people eat better than others. At our nature school, children participate in survival games. For example, they must prepare their own dinner from ingredients they find. Bartering is allowed but still some children will have a feast compared to others."



Hiroo Onoda: Japanese soldier who refused to surrender for 29 years has died

Army intelligence officer hid in a Philippines jungle until 1974

By [Kike] HEATHER SAUL, the Independent, Friday 17 January 2014

Hiroo Onoda, the last Japanese imperial soldier to come out of hiding and surrender 29 years after the end of World War II has died aged 91.

Onoda refused to surrender for 29 years, only coming out of hiding when his former commander flew to the Lubang Island in the Philippines in March 1974 to reverse his 1945 orders to stay behind and spy on American troops.

Onoda, an army intelligence officer, died on Thursday after a brief stay in a Tokyo hospital. Chief government spokesman Yoshihide Suga on Friday expressed his condolences, praising Onoda for his strong will to live and indomitable spirit.

Onoda and another World War II holdout, Sgt. Shoichi Yokoi, who emerged from the jungle in 1972, caused a sensation when they returned home to huge heroes' welcomes.

After graduating from school in 1939, Onoda worked for a Japanese trading firm in Shanghai before he was drafted into a military academy.

He was dispatched to Lubang, about 150 kilometers (90 miles) southwest of Manila in December 1944.

Most Japanese soldier surrendered when US troops landed on Lubang in February 1945, though hundreds remained missing for years after the war.

But Onoda refused to give up, despite at least four searches during which family members appealed to him over loudspeakers and flights dropped leaflets urging him to surrender.

Hiroo Onoda emerges from the jungle on Lubang island in the Philippines on 11 March 1974 He told ABC in 2010 that the leaflets were filled with mistakes "so I judged it was a plot by the Americans."

Struggling to feed himself, his mission became one of survival. He stole rice and bananas from local people down the hill, and shot their cows to make dried beef.

The turning point came on 20 February, 1974, when he met Norio Suzuki, a young traveller, who ventured to Lubang in pursuit of Onoda.

Suzuki returned to Japan and contacted the government, which located Onoda's superior, Maj. Yoshimi Taniguchi, and flew him to his hideout in Lubang to deliver his surrender order in person.

In his formal surrender to Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos, Onoda wore his 30-year-old imperial army uniform, cap and sword, all still in good condition.

After the furore surrounding his return died down, Onoda bought a ranch in Brazil. He later was head of a children's nature school in northern Japan.

"I don't consider those 30 years a waste of time," Onoda said in an interview in 1995. "Without that experience, I wouldn't have my life today.

"I do everything twice as fast so I can make up for the 30 years," he added. "I wish someone could eat and sleep for me so I can work 24 hours a day."



Yokoi Shouichi

Yokoi Shouichi

Yokoi Shōichi 横井庄一

Yokoi Shōichi 横井庄一 (March 31, 1915 – September 22, 1997) was a Japanese sergeant in the Imperial Japanese Army (IJA) during the Second World War. He was among the last three Japanese holdouts to be found after the end of hostilities in 1945, discovered in the jungles of Guam on 24 January 1972, almost 28 years after US forces had regained control of the island in 1944.

Yokoi was born in Saori, Aichi Prefecture. He was an apprentice tailor when he was conscripted in 1941.

War Years and Post-war Survival

Initially, Yokoi served with the 29th Infantry Division in Manchukuo. In 1943, he was transferred to the 38th Regiment in the Mariana Islands. He arrived on Guam in February 1943. When American forces captured the island in the 1944 Battle of Guam, Yokoi went into hiding with ten other Japanese soldiers. Seven of the original ten eventually moved away and only three remained in the region. These men separated but visited each other until about 1964, when the other two died in a flood. The last eight years Yokoi lived alone. Yokoi survived by hunting, primarily at night. He used native plants to make clothes, bedding, and storage implements, which he carefully hid in his cave.

On the evening of 24 January 1972, Yokoi was discovered in the jungle by Jesus Dueñas and Manuel De Gracia, two local men checking their shrimp traps along a small river on Talofofo. They had assumed Yokoi was a villager from Talofofo, but he thought his life was in danger and attacked them. They managed to subdue him and carried him out of the jungle with minor bruising.

"It is with much embarrassment, but I have returned", he said upon his return to Japan. The remark would become a popular saying in Japanese.

For twenty-eight years, he had hidden in an underground jungle cave, fearing to come out of hiding even after finding leaflets declaring World War II had ended, believing them to be false Allied propaganda.

Yokoi was the third-to-last Japanese soldier to surrender after the war, preceding Second Lieutenant Hiroo Onoda (relieved from duty by his former commanding officer on 9 March 1974) and Private Teruo Nakamura (arrested 18 December 1974).

After a whirlwind media tour of Japan, he married and settled down in rural Aichi Prefecture. Yokoi became a popular television personality and an advocate of austere living. He was featured in a 1977 documentary called Yokoi and His Twenty-Eight Years of Secret Life on Guam. He eventually received the equivalent of US$300 in back pay, and a small pension.

Although he never met Emperor Hirohito, while visiting the grounds of the Imperial Palace, Yokoi said, "Your Majesties, I have returned home ... I deeply regret that I could not serve you well. The world has certainly changed, but my determination to serve you will never change."[5]
Yokoi died in 1997 of a heart attack at the age of 82, and was buried at a Nagoya cemetery, under a gravestone that had originally been commissioned by his mother in 1955, after Yokoi had been officially declared dead.

The Shoichi Yokoi Memorial Hall opened in 2006 in Nakagawa-ku, Nagoya. Admission is free.



Shoichi Yokoi, a Japanese survivor, died on September 22nd, aged 82

The Economist, Oct 9th 1997

THE hiding place on the Pacific island of Guam where Shoichi Yokoi lived for nearly 27 years was destroyed by a typhoon. Never mind, the replica that has replaced it looks just as inhospitable to the many Japanese who come to marvel how their compatriot survived. Only in January 1972, when he was 56, did Sergeant Yokoi of the Japanese Imperial Army abandon his jungle life after being spotted fishing by two local people, and, as he said, after being urged by the spirits of his dead comrades to come out of hiding.

He was taken to hospital, where the doctors wanted to X-ray him. Unfamiliar with modern medical equipment, he told them, “If you want to kill me, kill me quickly.” The doctors calmed the living fossil who had adapted to the jungle, living on fruit and nuts, with fish and the odd rat or frog for protein. When his army uniform rotted away, Mr Yokoi dressed in clothes that he had woven from tree bark. It was helpful that he had been a tailor in civilian life.

He returned to Japan, 31 years after he had left, to a flag-waving welcome, but he was a reluctant hero. “I have a gun from the emperor and I have brought it back,” he said. He apologised that he could not fulfil his duties. “I am ashamed that I have come home alive.”

His was the guilt of the survivor. Of the 22,000 Japanese soldiers defending Guam, some 19,000 were killed when the Americans regained the island in 1944, and 2,000 survivors fled to the jungle. Most gave up when Japan surrendered in 1945, but Mr Yokoi and a few others did not, apparently unaware that the war had ended. His two remaining colleagues died in 1964, leaving Mr Yokoi on his own for another eight years.

An oddity of history

While admiring Shoichi Yokoi's resourcefulness as a Japanese Robinson Crusoe, the post-war generations have not shown much sympathy for his grief that, by eventually returning, he had let down the army and Emperor Hirohito. Among older Japanese there may be nostalgia for the imperial days, but to most modern Japanese emperor worship is an historical oddity: fewer than half of the Japanese polled cared a cent about the ascension of Akihito, Hirohito's son, to the chrysanthemum throne in 1990 after his father's death. But to the likes of Mr Yokoi, doing the bidding of the emperor, a descendant of the Sun Goddess, was a religious duty relayed by his more worldly army superiors. As Muslims pray facing towards Mecca, so Japanese schoolchildren at that time turned towards Tokyo in morning assembly. These were the days of the kamikaze pilots who were prepared to crash into oblivion, because that was the emperor's command. In Saipan, families hurled themselves over a cliff shouting loyalty to the emperor, rather than be captured by the advancing Americans. (So-called Banzai Cliff is another place that draws astonished Japanese tourists.) Only after the war, at the behest of the Americans who thought that emperor worship contributed to the Japanese view of themselves as superior to other races, did Hirohito renounce divinity in his “Declaration of Humanity”.

Although Mr Yokoi was the most famous of the old warriors to return from the jungle, there were others who refused to believe that Japan could have been defeated. Two years after Mr Yokoi returned, Hiroo Onoda, a lieutenant, was discovered in the Philippines with two other Japanese soldiers. His rifle (unlike Mr Yokoi's) still worked and he had potted a few locals over the years. The strength of his commitment to emperor and country was, if anything, even fiercer than Mr Yokoi's. Only when his former commander was flown to the Philippines was Mr Onoda persuaded to surrender.

Mr Yokoi adapted to the hustle of modern Japan remarkably quickly. Nine months after returning he was married. He became a pacifist, wrote the first of his two books and became a television commentator on survival tactics. He even stood for election to Japan's upper house of parliament in 1974.

Yet he was unhappy with many aspects of Japan. The country was experiencing heady economic growth. What had happened to its old qualities of elegance, harmony and simplicity? “Golf courses should be turned into bean fields,” wrote Mr Yokoi. The Japanese people should live simply, frugally and without waste. Mr Yokoi was, according to the slogan of his election campaign, an “endurable-life critic”. His view of life contained much wartime puritanism: “Don't eat excessively. Don't wear too much. Don't be vain, use your brain.” Evidently, Japanese voters preferred not to, and Mr Yokoi was not elected. Undeterred, he continued to preach the virtues of autarky.

In his later years, Mr Yokoi faded from public life. He took up pottery and calligraphy, grew organic vegetables and became ever more disenchanted with modern Japan. “I'm not happy with the present system of education, politics, religion, just about everything,” he said. After several years of illness he died of a heart attack. And perhaps there was heartbreak, too, as he looked back fondly at his “natural” life in the jungle.



Kike Mike Kaplan writes that no Jap (nor any other "goy") may now be permitted to live in peace:

"How do you live alone in the wilderness for thirty years? By abandoning all modern sense of time, in which things are begun and completed. The task of survival was perpetual, getting food “a continuous hardship.” Yokoi trapped shrimp, gathered breadfruit, stewed coconuts, captured and devoured crabs, snails, eels, birds and rats. Rat liver was good, but the idea of liking one food or another was immaterial – he ate everything. He wove clothes from bark fiber and sewed them with wire needles into which, over months, he had drilled eyes. He boiled all his water, washed daily, took such good care of his teeth that he had no cavities: “I continued to live for the sake of the Emperor and the Japanese spirit.”

"The “Japanese spirit,” like the emperor, was an ever-present if invisible abstraction during Yokoi’s youth. It incorporated the self-denial and service-unto-death ethic of bushido, the Warrior’s Way. It celebrated the mute determination of ganbaru, a tenacious persistence through adversity, to which phrases like “buckling down” or “seeing it through” are but faint echoes. When he returned to Japan, a time-traveler from a less questioning past, Yokoi became a source of mingled pride and shame to his countrymen: a reminder of values so strong that they could maintain life through three hungry decades, yet so weak that they could not survive prosperity. Yokoi married, settled, and became a well-known advocate for simple living. Japan listened to him with respect, but did not follow his advice – for, just as there is more to life than survival, there is more to society than discipline. We are not yet, nor may ever be, alone in the jungle."

Attun Palalin

Private Teruo Nakamura (中村 輝夫 Nakamura Teruo, October 8, 1919 − June 15, 1979) was a Taiwan-born soldier of the Imperial Japanese Army from the indigenous Amis tribe, who fought for Japan in World War II and did not surrender until 1974. He is the last known Japanese hold-out to surrender after the end of hostilities in 1945.

His name in his native Amis language was Attun Palalin. The Taiwanese press referred to him as Lee Guang-Hui (李光輝), a name of which he learned only after his repatriation in 1975.

Nakamura was an Amis aborigine from Japanese-colonized Taiwan. Born in 1919, he was enlisted into a Takasago Volunteer Unit of the Imperial Japanese army in November 1943. He was stationed on Morotai Island in Indonesia shortly before the island was overrun by the Allies in September 1944 in the Battle of Morotai. He was declared dead in March 1945.

Nakamura's hut was discovered accidentally by a pilot in mid-1974. In November 1974, the Japanese Embassy to Indonesia in Jakarta requested the assistance of the Indonesian government in organizing a search mission, which was conducted by the Indonesian Air Force on Morotai and led to his arrest by Indonesian soldiers on December 18, 1974. He was flown to Jakarta and hospitalized there. News of his discovery reached Japan on December 27, 1974. Nakamura decided to be repatriated straight to Taiwan, bypassing Japan, and died there of lung cancer five years later in 1979.



高砂義勇隊

Takasago Volunteers ( Takasago Giyūtai) were volunteer soldiers in the Imperial Japanese Army, recruited from the Taiwanese aboriginal tribes during World War II.

The Imperial Japanese Army was interested in the using Taiwanese aborigines in special forces operations, as they were viewed as being more physically capable of operating in the tropical and sub-tropical regions in Southeast Asia than ethnic Japanese, and, coming from a hunter-gatherer culture, would be able to operate with minimal logistics support. The Japanese military recruited many young men from friendly tribes into service shortly before the start of World War II. The total number was confidential and estimates on the numbers recruited range from 1800 to 5000 men. Training was under the direction of officers from the Nakano School, which specialized in insurgency and guerilla warfare. Initially assigned to transport and supply units, as the war condition progressively deteriorated for Imperial Japanese forces, the Takasago Volunteers were sent to front line as combat troops. Units consisting entirely of "Takasago Volunteers" served with distinction in the Philippines, Netherlands East Indies, Solomon Islands and New Guinea, where they fought against Americans and Australians forces even before Taiwanese volunteers were recruited into service.

Towards the end of the war, 15 officers and 45 enlisted members of the Takasago Volunteers were organized into the Kaoru Special Attack Corps for a suicide mission similar to that of the Giretsu Kuteitai, and attacked a USAAF landing strip on Leyte.

The Takasago Volunteers were well known for their jungle survival ability. The most notable example is Attun Palalin, a holdout discovered in Indonesia in 1975. He lived in solitude in the jungle for almost 20 years after leaving other holdouts in 1956.

高砂義勇隊(たかさごぎゆうたい)は太平洋戦争末期、台湾原住民により編成された日本軍の部隊。フィリピン、ニューギニアなど密林地帯の戦場に投入するために創設された。隊員は軍属であり軍人ではないが戦闘に参加し、戦死者の割合が作戦を共にした軍人よりも多かったといわれている。高砂義勇軍とも。

台湾の高砂族志願兵からなる部隊である。7度にわたって編成され、合計1,800-4,000名の原住民が参加したと考えられている。当初1,000人の募集に対して40万以上の志願があり、倍率は400倍以上となった。自らの血で志願のための嘆願書を書いたものも多く、落選した者は悔しさのあまりその場で泣き崩れたりしたという。

伝統的な生活を営む高砂族の勇敢で純朴な性質や、耳が良く、夜目が効き、素足で音も無く夜の密林を駆け巡ると言われる程の身体能力の高さが、東南アジアの密林地帯において有用な戦力になると期待された。一部の部族には首狩りの風習が残るなど勇敢であること、強きことは原住民に取って美徳であった。
高砂義勇隊に関連した裁判[編集]

戦後、未払いの軍事郵便貯金の払い戻し(確定債務問題)、戦死者の靖国神社への合祀などを巡って生存者や遺族の一部は裁判等で係争を続けていたが、2005年9月30日の大阪高裁の判決で敗訴が確定した。大阪高裁での判決は、地元原住民メディアも取材し即日台湾にて放送された。反対する生存者や遺族も居り、また靖国神社への参拝などを希望し、継続している。靖国神社が「いったん合祀した英霊を分割する事は出来ない」と主張するなか、台湾団結連盟靖国神社参拝事件に反発して‎2005年6月14日には台湾の立法委員(国会議員)高金素梅(チワスアリ)ら60人の台湾原住民が靖国神社を訪れた。これは戦没した義勇兵の霊を取り戻す儀式「還我祖霊」を行う為との説明ではあったが、実際は以前に「還我祖霊」を靖国神社にて挙行しており(1回目は靖国神社も認可を出している)、また参加した60人の台湾原住民への来日募集要項に記載されている日程は、大部分は日本の観光地めぐりであり、いろいろ議論を引き起こしている。

今回の高金素梅らの行為は台湾の各種メディアで大きく報道され、台湾内部でその行為の是非について議論を呼んだ。支持者と反対派では、この報道についての受け取り方が大きく異なっている。

支持者から見た見方

台湾原住民の習慣に先祖を自宅で祭る文化があり、自宅で先祖を祭らない者は「不孝者」として、コミュニティ、世間体から軽蔑視される文化があった。このような背景の下で、台湾原住民及びその他台湾出身の旧日本軍遺族の強い意思で、「迎霊招魂」の儀式の挙行を望んでいるのに、靖国神社が断固として台湾の遺族の意思、そして台湾の文化を無視した点については、台湾の一部メディアは高金素梅ら及び遺族に対して同情を示し、また日本政府及び靖国神社の強硬な対応を批判的に捉えている。

反対派から見た見方

各種メディアの報道ではこの運動は台湾人の意見を代表するものではないとの批判的な意見が出されている。また、「「迎霊招魂」の儀式の挙行を望んでいる」という主張に対して、過去に「迎霊招魂の儀式」を靖国神社側が許諾し一度であるが挙行されているため、支持者の主張の一部は満たされているはずと靖国神社側は主張している。大阪地裁への訴訟の際にも、台湾原住民本人の許諾なしで数百名の名簿を作成。しかしその名簿を元に個人確認を行った結果、ほとんどは同意なしで名簿化されたことが確認され名簿からの抹消が行われた。

戦後、日華平和条約により、日本国籍を喪失し日本人でなくなったとの理由で、日本政府は台湾人を戦争被害の補償対象から除外し、元軍人・軍属やその遺族に対して障害年金、遺族年金、恩給、弔慰金、また戦争中の未払い給与、軍事郵便貯金等の支払いを一切行わなかった。現在でも多くの未払給与があり、一部の人が弔慰金を受け取ったのみである。台湾国内においても、日本への協力者として長年厳しい対応をされた。しかし日本政府と台湾との国交がないため、補償に関する協議は現在まで行われていない。

1974年末にインドネシアのモロタイ島で発見された台湾人日本兵、中村輝夫(本名、スニオン、李光輝)も、台湾原住民アミ族出身の義勇隊員である。彼の確認が、日本の世論において「高砂義勇軍」が話題に上った最初のきっかけとなった。彼の発見をきっかけに給与が未払で補償がないことに関する世論の批判もおき、1990年代に戦病死者及び重傷者を対象に一人200万円(台湾ドルで約43万ドル)の弔慰金が支払われたが、給与は現在でも未払である(以下の柳本の文献参照)。また、当時強制的に軍事郵便貯金とされた給与も引き出せなかったが、これは120倍にして返却することが決まり1995年に支払いが開始され一部の元隊員は受け取った。しかし平均1000円ほどの残高を所持し、当時としては大金だったのに120倍で引き出しても12万円にしかならない。これに抗議して、1996年6月に、日本大使館に相当する台北の交流協会を元隊員が襲撃する事件が起こった[1][2]。現在でも、物価上昇を考慮すると、数年間の戦闘の対価としてはあまりに少額として抗議する元隊員も多い。

台湾では戦後、台湾原住民の周麗梅が慰霊碑を建立し、現在は長男の邱克平、甥の簡福源が管理しているが、慰霊碑の敷地を提供していた台北郊外の観光会社が、新型肺炎(SARS)流行による日本人観光客激減で倒産し、維持管理が困難になったことから慰霊碑は撤去されそうになった[4]。この事態は産経新聞(2004年7月4日付朝刊1面)に「高砂義勇兵慰霊碑に撤去の危機」と題して掲載され、読者などが「慰霊碑を守る会」を作って義援金を募集した[要出典]。その結果、3,398件の寄付の申し出があり、総額3,201万2,391円に上る義援金が集まり、慰霊碑は移転させて存続する事になった。 これを受けて、2005年8月には日本側の支援の動きに呼応して建立委員会(代表烏来郷元郷長(町長)簡福源氏)ができ、社団法人「台北県烏来郷高砂義勇隊記念協会」の設立準備を進める一方、台北県から県有地の提供を受けることで交渉がまとまった。

その後、2006年2月8日に慰霊碑の移設は完了したが、17日に中国時報により日本を賛美する碑文であると報道された[5]ことから反発が広がり、敷地を提供している台北県政府は慰霊碑の撤去を命令した[5][6]。地元側は撤去に反対[5]し、24日には、強制撤去に着手した県政府と地元側の衝突が発生した。

話し合いの結果、記念碑は存続し、日本の遺族団体などが寄贈した、「皇民」など日本語が入った石碑8基を撤去するというギリギリの妥協案で決着した。しかし記念碑側面に刻まれた「大和魂」などの日本語の文言は覆い隠され、説明が無ければ慰霊碑であることすら分かりづらいものとなっている。撤去された8基の石碑は当面、台北県風景管理局に保管されている[要出典]。なお、慰霊碑撤去を要請した県長は中国国民党所属であり、民主進歩党は撤去に反対していた。



石田 燿子 : WHITE DESTINY

White Destiny (Prétear)

石田燿子


Unmei wa tsukamu mono kono te jiyuu ni nobaseba ii
Kimerareta ashita wa nai

Damatte ite mo wakaru ano hi deai wa guuzen ja nai
Tooi hitomi ni eien kanjita

Kurete yuku yuuhi ga kirei tsumetai kaze ga hikareba
Anata no koe sotto kikoeteru

Kokoro no naka hitori ja nai koto itai hodo kono mune o atsukusuru
Hajimaru ne shinjiru koto kara kono kimochi ikiru akashi

Hateshinai mirai hirogaru kono sora atarashii jibun ni umarekawaru
Sekaijuu shiawase no yuki o furasete miseru yo sono te tsunaide

Mizu ni yureru hanabira haruka tsuki o oikaketeku
Miteta yume yori tooku e

Iya na koto ga aru tabi hitori aoi sora o nagameru
Yowai jibun ni maketakunai kara

Sagashite ita atatakai ai no basho mo mirai mo
Ki ga tsukeba mune no naka ni aru

Tatta hitotsu moshi dekiru koto ga aru naraba mayowazu ni kanaetai
Yuki no you ni kirei na kokoro wa dare ni de mo furitsumoru

Tomadou kedo koukai wa shinai tsurete tte issho nara kowakunai
Te ni furete nemutteta watashi ima me o samasu

Kokoro no naka hitori ja nai koto itai hodo kono mune o atsukusuru
Hajimaru ne shinjiru koto kara kono kimochi ikiru akashi

Hateshinai mirai hirogaru kono sora atarashii jibun ni umarekawaru
Sekaijuu shiawase no yuki o furasete miseru yo sono te tsunaide

Vocals: Ishida Yoko
Lyrics: Izuka Masumi
Music: Omori Toshiyuki


In this sky where the endless future spreads, I’ll be reborn into a brand-new me
I’ll show you, I’ll make the snow of happiness fall all over the world

I should reach out my hands freely; they’re what grasps destiny
There’s no pre-determined tomorrow

Even if you’re silent, I know our encounter on that day wasn’t a coincidence
I felt eternity in your distant eyes

The setting sun is beautiful; when the cold wind shines I can hear your quiet voice.

Inside my heart, the fact that I’m not alone heats my chest so much that it hurts. Starting from believing, my feelings are the proof that I live.

In this sky where the endless future spreads, I’ll be reborn into a brand-new me. I’ll show you, I’ll make the snow of happiness fall all over the world, holding onto your hand.

The flower petals swaying on the water are chasing the faraway moon, going farther than I dreamed of.

Every time there’s something I hate, I gaze at the blue sky alone, bBecause I don’t want to lose to my weaker self.

I searched for the warm place of love and the future, then realized they are in my chest

If there’s only one thing that I can do, then I want to fulfill it unhesitatingly. A heart beautiful like snow grows in everyone.

I’m confused, but I won’t regret it; take me along, I won’t be afraid if we’re together. You touched my hands as I slept, and now I awake.

Inside my heart, the fact that I’m not alone heats my chest so much that it hurts. Starting from believing, my feelings are the proof that I live.

In this sky where the endless future spreads, I’ll be reborn into a brand-new me. I’ll show you, I’ll make the snow of happiness fall all over the world, holding onto your hand.



Ishida Yoko @ Connichi Konzert, Kassel, Germany, 2012



Ishida Yoko

Ishida Yoko

SOCHILDISH

I just read and heard some kikestream media "reportage" about Sochi and region (Krasnodar Krai).

According to this "objective" urinalism:
  • Sochi is a mess, full of litter and creepy people
  • Sochi is unnaturally clean
  • Nothing is prepared for the Olympics
  • The city and region are dangerous because of hordes of terrorists taking their holidays there, while at the same every third person is some sort of "KGB" agent who will arrest and interrogate any visitor who looks in the least bit "suspicious" (which appears to mean anything from "queer" to "foreign" to "bearded bomb-strapped-up jihadi")
  • There's no snow, because the Black Sea port is not iced up (and the snow-capped mountains nearby seem to be invisible).

One guy on the radio said he'd be "absolutely terrified of setting foot in Russia".


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Krasnodar Krai demographics

4,522,962 Russians (88.3%)
281,680 Armenians (5.5%)
83,746 Ukrainians (1.6%)
24,840 Tatars (0.5%)
22,595 Greeks (0.4%)
17,826 Georgians (0.3%)
16,890 Belarusians (0.3%)
13,834 Adyghe (0.3%)
12,920 Romani (0.3%)
12,171 Germans (0.2%)
10,165 Azeris (0.2%)
8,527 Turks (0.2%)
5,170 Moldovans (0.1%)
3,764 Assyrians (0.1%)
79,768 Others (1.5%)

Sochi History

Ancient Greeks sailed to the region in the 5th–6th centuries BC, and encountered the Maeotae, Sindi, Cercetae, Zygii and other local tribes. The first Russian outpost was set up in central Sochi in 1838 as a part of the Russian expansion along the Black Sea coast. The Russian settlement built in the area was named Sochi in 1896 and received the status of a town in 1917. Tea plantations were established there 1901–1905. From the end of the 19th century, the city has been developed as a dedicated area for sanatoriums and hospitals, and remains the major resort town of Russia.

Between 2,000 and 1,800 BC, numerous stone monuments (dolmens) were built around Sochi, and at least fifty remain to the present day. It is still unclear how these tombs weighing tens of tons were built with such an accuracy (some stones match each other within millimetres), and what exactly their purpose was. Numerous bronze tools and trade objects, dated to 800–700 BC, were found near Sochi indicating active exchange with the nearby areas.

Greeks sailed to the Sochi area in the fifth–sixth centuries BC and kept visiting it till about first century BC. They encountered the Aehi, Zygii and other people who were apparently keen for the luxury goods brought by Greeks and exchanged them for slaves. Slaves were a major commodity of the time, and thus the Caucasian coast became a slave trade center.

In the Middle Ages, the region was mostly influenced by the Byzantine Empire and Orthodox Christianity, as evidenced by the style of nine churches and eighteen fortresses dating from those times. The Christian settlements were attacked by Khazars, Mongols, Arabs and Turks.

French traveller Frédéric Dubois de Montpéreux, in 1833, compiled former descriptions of the region. Montpéreux however could not land at the cite of Sochi as his ship was met with a strong gun fire from the coast. He mentions that in the Middle Ages, a Genoan city of Mamai stood on river Psakhe (modern Mamaika in Sochi), and some 60 north from it a German fortress and a monastery.

Ottoman Turkey had much interest in the Black Sea coast as an outpost for its northern expansions, however, it had lost this area to Russia as a result of the Russo-Turkish War (1828–1829) and the Treaty of Adrianople. To further protect the coast from Turkey, a coastal line of defense was built in 1830–1839 consisting of 17 fortresses. Several of these fortresses were founded in the suburbs of the modern Sochi, such as the fortress of Holy Spirit in Adler (1837), Lazarevskoye (1839) and Golovinskoe (1839). On 23 April 1838, the first stone of the fortress was laid in central Sochi, at the mouth of the Sochi River. This day coincided with the birthday of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, the wife of Tsar Nicholas I, and the fortress was named Alexandria after her. It was however soon renamed into Navaginsky (for uncertain reason). The construction was completed in July 1838. During the Crimean War of 1853–1856 it was abandoned and partly destroyed; it was rebuilt in 1864 under a new name Dakhovsky. Britain then started arming the Circassians, and designed a six-pointed arrow-star flag for "independent" Circassia. This caused a diplomatic conflict between the Russian Empire and Great Britain in 1836, centered on the Mission of the Vixen. The British ship Vixen loaded with weapons for rebels was captured and confiscated by the Russians at the port Sudzhuk-Kale (now Novorossiysk). The British protested, but the position of Tsar Nicholas I was firm and a quick order was given to prepare the army for a war with Britain. The conflict quickly subsided, but not the local resistance, which resulted in the Russian Circassian War of 1817–1864, the longest in the history of the region. Its end was proclaimed on 21 May 1864 (Old Style) at Kbaade tract (modern Krasnaya Polyana) by the manifesto of Emperor Alexander II read aloud by the Grand Duke Michael Nikolaevich. On 10 May 1864, 12 Cossack stations were set up around the Sochi area for its protection. On 10 March 1866, a decree was proclaimed promoting relocation to the Sochi area of all peoples of Russia. A rural settlement quickly grew on the Black Sea coast. On 23 May 1896 it was named Sochi and shortly after included into the newly formed Black Sea Governorate with the administrative center in Novorossiysk. On 1 May 1898, the governing structure of Sochi was established, which consisted of a chair, vice-chair, and 12 deputies elected by people. In July 1917, the settlement received the status of a town. On 10 February 1961, it was expanded by the inclusion of Adler and Lazarevskoye districts and with an area of 3505 km² and length of 145 km became one of the world's longest cities.

In the 14th–17th centuries, the area was mostly populated by the Abkhaz, Ubykh and Adyghe people who lived in small clay-wooden houses called “saklya” built on the mountain slopes. Although they shared the same region, which was then sometimes called "Circassia", they spoke different languages and had different cultures and religions. Despite their small size and massive external influence, they considered themselves independent nations. Their early religion was a form of shamanism. However, interaction with Turkey resulted in the dominance of Islam, especially between 1829 and 1864 when it was used as a mean to further separate the locals with Russians, who were mainly Orthodox Christians. After the end of the Caucasus War, the Russian government urged relocation of the coastal tribes. This initiative was avidly promoted by the Turkish authorities; however, the relocation to Turkey resulted in much suffering and death as the refugee camps in Turkey could not cope with the large numbers of migrants. Seeing that, the Russians later reversed their policy and invited the locals back, but they had already assimilated with Turks and refused the offer.

The new settlers coming belonged to various nationalities (mostly Russians, but also Ukrainians, Georgians, Moldovans, Belorussians, Estonians, Letts and Germans) and religious groups, such as Catholics, Lutherans, Gregorian Armenians, Sunni and other Muslims, but the predominant part was Orthodox Christians. The first Russian Orthodox church in Sochi, the St. Michael's Church, was designed by Alexander Kaminsky and constructed in 1874–1891. Its construction was promoted by the Grand Duke Michael Nikolaevich aiming to commemorate the Russian victory in the Caucasian War and sponsored by Savva Mamontov and Count Felix Felixovich Sumarokov-Elston, among others.

Year: No. patients (No. spa sessions)

1914: 20,000 (17,395)
1921: 4,565 (1,345)
1925: 7,860 (32,000)
1927 : 21,443 (134,643)
1932: 71,682 (731,216)
1935: 118,000 (960,000)
~1985: > 6,000,000

The economic development of Sochi was greatly accelerated by the development of transport under Russian rule. In 1888 the construction of a transcoastal road from Novorossiysk to Sukhumi reached Sochi, and a road to Krasnaya Polyana was laid in 1899. By 1916, railways were laid connecting Sochi with Russia via Tuapse. The first train station of Sochi was built around 1916 and rebuilt to nearly its present look in 1952. The Sochi Lighthouse was erected in February 1890.

Around that time, the development of Sochi was directed toward creating a health resort and a green city. In 1902, a wooden bath complex was raised on the territory of modern Matsesta springs and a joint venture regulating its operation was set up in 1912 led by the merchant M. M. Zensinov and doctor V. F. Podgursky. The first spa resort named "Kavkazskaya Riviera" was opened on 14 June 1909. The first city doctor was A. L. Gordon (1871–1940) who in 1911 established the first hospital in Sochi with the capacity of 35 beds. A number of writers, painters and artists had moved to the area by then and helped establish the educational system of the city.[3] In particular, the Soviet writer Nikolai Ostrovsky lived in Sochi between 1928 and 1936 and has a monument and a museum devoted to him.

As a result of the October Revolution in 1917, all the infrastructure of Sochi was nationalized by the [KIKE] Bolsheviks in the spring of 1918. Georgian intervention resulted in a Russian-Georgian military conflict which lasted from July 1918 to February 1919. Actions of the Volunteer Army and local population resulted in the defeat of Georgian forces. In February 1918, the city was occupied by the Volunteer Army which restored the pre-revolution government system and forced local population to join the army. These measures were met with resistance and in April–October 1919, the local peasants [led by The Kike] had formed 30 partisan units (named the "Green Army") with the total force of 3,000 people. In parallel, in March 1919, a local section of the [KIKE BRONSTEIN/"TROTSKY"S] Red Army was formed and later merged with the main body. On 29 April 1920, the Volunteer Army was defeated in the Sochi area and its capitulation was signed on 2 May.

In 1920, the management system was set up for developing the health resort infrastructure in Sochi. The first priority was eradicating malaria. In the swampy area of Sochi, this disease was so rampant that the very existence of a health resort here was seriously questioned. The first anti-malaria station was established in 1921. Many swamps were dried and Eucalyptus trees were planted to accelerate the process, as they consume much water. A crucial step was introduction in 1925 of the fish Gambusia affinis (mosquitofish), which feeds on the aquatic larval and pupal stages of mosquitoes. As a result, the number of malaria cases reduced 6 times by the mid-1930s; however, the disease wasn't completely eradicated until 1956.

The first medical research institution was established in Sochi in 1936 and named after Stalin. Between 1936 and 1939 it was led by professor (and then academician) A. I. Nesterov and included laboratories and 4 hospitals with the total of 200 beds. The research of that institute was focused on balneotherapy and physiotherapy. In January 1934, Sochi was included in the list of the first-priority expansion areas of Soviet Union (which was usually reserved for industry). As a result, by 1940 the city contained more than 60 sanatoriums and hospitals with the total capacity of about 9,000 beds. In comparison, in the late 1920s, there were only 6 sanatoriums with 465 beds. The development of Sochi was promoted by Joseph Stalin who had his favorite dacha built in the city – a tradition followed by most succeeding Soviet and Russian leaders. Those dachas were used not only for personal leisure, but also hosted numerous (less formal) meetings with high-ranking foreign officials.

During World War II, nearly the whole city became a large hospital for the wounded at the Eastern Front; about 300,000 soldiers convalesced in the 111 hospitals of Sochi during that period. The resort infrastructure of the city was partly destroyed during the war and rebuilt by the early 1950s. By 1960s, it was receiving about 500,000 visitors per year, i.e. about four times its population. This motivated the government to expand the city by including the Adler and Lazarevskoye districts. By the 1980s, the number of tourists rose to 5,000,000 per year, including 200,000 foreigners. It decreased dramatically to 300,000 in the 1990s due to the dissolution of the Soviet Union, and partly recovered to about 1,500,000 by the year 2000.

Technical areas have always played a secondary role in modern Sochi and were represented mostly by construction and food industries. The latter focuses on production of fruits and vegetables, tea, honey, fish and poultry. The commercial fishing in the Black Sea is rather inactive, but there is a trout aquafarm in the city. A major recent event was the selection of Sochi as the site of the 2014 Winter Olympics and 2014 Winter Paralympics that resulted in a major reconstruction of the city.



The Kike's CNN's contribution to international harmony:

Russia's henchmen, Cossacks now helping with Olympic security

By Zarifmo Aslamshoyeva, CNN, January 25, 2014

Russia has deployed Cossack soldiers to help with Olympics security

The Cossacks were once known as the henchmen of Russia's tsars

They fought against the [KIKE] Communist revolution and fell out of favor

Since the fall of the [KIKE] Soviet Union, there has been a revival of Cossack culture and pride

([KIKE] CNN) -- In their tall, fur hats and embellished traditional jackets, hundreds of Cossacks are patrolling the streets of Sochi, Russia, as the 2014 Winter Olympic Games approach.

These Russian soldiers, whose ancestry dates back thousands of years, are known in the West for their gravity-defying dance style. Closer to home, the Cossacks have long symbolized rebellion and military might in Western and Southern Russia and Ukraine.

That reputation was further enhanced by Russian literature giants Leo Tolstoy and Alexander Pushkin, whose writings contributed to the myth surrounding the Cossacks.

But within their high hats is hidden a dark [according to THE KIKE] history.

Known for rebelling against Russia's feudal system, the Cossack state allied itself with Russia's tsars to help create the monolithic Russian Empire. These warrior horsemen helped bring Russian rule to vast parts of the country, most notably Siberia.

During the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries, the Cossacks fought for the Russian crown in regional wars against the Russian people, garnering a reputation as the tsars' henchmen. Acting on behalf of the Russian Empire, the Cossacks carried out pogroms, or massacres of the Jews [OY VEY!], in 19th century Russia.

But over time, the tsars became wary of the Cossacks' impunity against the Russian Empire and their inability to fully control them. So, when the Cossacks again turned to rebellion against the empire and its imposed rule, the tsars ruthlessly punished the Cossack leaders and their warriors, as documented in the Cossack rebellion, led by Yemelyan Pugachev, against Catherine the Great in the late 18th century.

The tsars and the Cossacks found themselves united once again during the rise of the [KIKE] Bolsheviks in the early 20th century. The Cossacks supported Tsar Nicolas II and the anti-communist forces that made up the White Movement during the Bolshevik revolution in 1917 and the ensuing Russian [KIKE] Civil War.

After the [KIKE] Bolsheviks (who later became [KIKE] Communists) came to [KIKE] power, they massacred many Cossacks for their [Christian and Nationalist] opposition to the [KIKE] revolution.

Since the fall of the [KIKE] Soviet Union in the late 20th century, there has been a revival of Cossack culture and pride in Russia and the former Soviet states. Russia has been turning to the Cossacks to help bolster security, even before Sochi was named as the host city for the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Russian forces hunt Dagestan militants, 'black widows'

Last year, the governor of Russia's Krasnodar region -- where Sochi is located -- hired about 1,000 Cossack patrolman to rein in the surge of illegal immigrants, mostly Muslim, according to the [KIKE] New York Times.

"What you cannot do, a Cossack can," Krasnodar Gov. Aleksandr Tkachev explained to local police.
His comments sparked an outcry from Sochi natives, minorities and migrants. Analysts say it is not a coincidence that the Cossacks' revival is taking place as nationalism and xenophobia [OY VEY!] are on the rise in Russia.

This new role for the Cossacks has opened up a "can of worms," writes Valeriy Dzutsev, an analyst with the [KIKE] Jamestown Foundation. That's because some Cossacks are starting to demand more power and land from Moscow "to support the process of the rebirth of the Cossacks," Dzutsev writes in the Central Asial-Caucasus Institute (CACI) Analyst.

And Dzutsev warns that Russia's reliance on the Cossacks "may naturally translate into conflicts between the indigenous population of the North Caucasus and the Cossacks."

So far, most Russians have embraced this rebirth of the Cossacks, due in part to the mythology surrounding them, aided by Tolstoy and Pushkin's writings.

But as Moscow calls on the Cossacks to fulfill this myth of the warrior class -- traditional clothing and all -- the tumultuous relationship between the Cossacks and the Russian Empire will be important to remember.

DISCO BLOODBATH BOOGIE FEVER



Yo Yo Yo, Yooooo
Yo Yo Yo, Yooooo

Here you are in the club, with your bottle full of blood
You've got grill, you got bling but player you don't know a thing
Put your hands in the air, stick 'em up like you don't care
Face the wall, count to ten, we mow you down, reload again

Oh no, here we go
Disco who, disco what
Get down on your knees, and keep your trap shut
Disco this, disco that
When disc-gos to hell, that's where we're at, where we're at

Yo Yo Yo, Yooooo
Yo Yo Yo, Yooooo

Disco Bloodbath (Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever )
Boogie Fever (Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever)
Disco Bloodbath (Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever)
Boogie Fever (Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever)

Bodies here, bodies there, piles of bodies everywhere
On the chairs, on the door, disco bloodbath on the floor
Hear them yell, hear them scream, just like someones scary dream
Dig a hole, push 'em in, tomorrow they'll be back again

Oh no, here we go
Disco who, disco what
Get down on your knees, and keep your trap shut
Disco this, disco that
When disc-gos to hell, that's where we're at, where we're at
Yo Yo Yo, Yooooo
Yo Yo Yo, Yooooo

Disco Bloodbath (Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever )
Boogie Fever (Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever)
Disco Bloodbath (Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever)
Boogie Fever (Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever)

We cleaned the house tonight (We cleaned the house tonight)
We did our job (We did our job it's alright)
We turned out all the lights okay

We were sent to let them know (I think you really let 'em know)
It was time to let them go (you know they really had to go)
Coz we're the ones who close the show. Okay?



ORANGEBURG, SC (WLTX) --Investigators say two men have been arrested for the sexual assault of an Orangeburg woman.

The Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office arrested 41-year-old Jamar Anton Washington and 31-year-old Latroy Damon Johnson in connection to a Jan. 18 incident.

Sheriff Leroy Ravenell said his deputies were contacted by a 40-year-old woman who reported that she had been sexually assaulted at a home.

"Our investigation identified Latroy Damon Johnson and Jamar Anton Washington as the suspects in this case," Ravenell said. "Johnson and Washington were arrested Friday without incident."

The information sent out by the Orangeburg Sheriff Department said that the victim was given an unknown controlled substance that made her become mentally incapacitated and physically helpless.


Teenager Shot At North Memphis Market

January 23, 2014

(Memphis) A boy was shot at a market in North Memphis.

The teenager was taken to Le Bonheur in non-critical condition.

The shooting happened at North Memphis Market, located at 1590 Vollintine Avenue.

No arrests have been made and the investigation is ongoing.


4 Thomasville men charged with sex offenses on 13-year-old girl

January 24, 2014

THOMASVILLE, N.C. — Police have charged four men in connection with sex offenses committed on a 13-year-old girl.

According to police, Stacey Marion Quinn, 20; Andrew Lee Holder, 21; and Austin Daniel Thomas McDonald, 19; all of Thomasville, were arrested Friday.

Quinn was charged with one count each of statutory rape and indecent liberties. He was placed in the Davidson County Jail under a $150,000 secured bond.

Holder was charged with one count of indecent liberties. He was placed in the Davidson County Jail under a $1,500 secured bond.

McDonald was charged with one count each of statutory rape, statutory sex offense and indecent liberties. He was placed in the Davidson County Jail under a $150,000 secured bond.

Cody Wayne Danford, 21, of Thomasville, was already in the Davidson County Jail on unrelated charges and is awaiting service of the warrant. He is charged with one count each of statutory sex offense and indecent liberties.

The investigation began on Oct. 24, 2013, after authorities were notified by staff at Iredell Memorial Hospital of a sexual assault.

The incidents reportedly occurred on multiple dates in 2013 leading up to when it was reported on Oct. 24.


Suspect Arrested In Canton Brick Attack That Fractured Victim’s Skull

January 24, 2014

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It was a violent attack in what’s considered one of the city’s safest neighborhoods. Now police have made an arrest in the brutal robbery in Canton that left one man severely injured.
Meghan McCorkell has more on how the suspect was caught.

Investigators say they were able to identify the suspect after he was caught on surveillance camera using the victim’s credit card.

Mustafa Eraibi, 19, could spend the rest of his life behind bars, accused in a violent attack in Canton.
“Now today, for the Canton area, you can sleep well. This guy is in custody,” said Commissioner Anthony Batts, Baltimore City Police Department.

Baltimore Sun editor Jon Fogg was walking from his car to his home when investigators say Eraibi approached him, indicating he had a gun. Fogg turned over his car keys, but was beaten over the head with a brick anyway.

“It happened so close to home. It was kind of a shock to the community,” said Natalie diFrancesco, general manager of nearby restaurant The Chasseur.

Police say Eraibi has a lengthy criminal history.

Investigators are now looking into whether Eraibi could be linked to any other crimes in the community. That includes another carjacking a week earlier, where a man was attacked with a flower pot.

“If he remotely matches, we’ll show photo lineups to see if we can charge him with other incidents,” said Major Dennis Smith, Baltimore City Police Department.

Jon Fogg suffered six skull fractures and lost at least eight teeth. A fundraising website for his recovery has raised nearly $30,000.

“My hope for him is that he just feels like there’s a community that’s supporting him,” said Canton resident Caroline Mason.

On Feb. 5, several Canton restaurants, including The Chasseur, will donate a portion of their proceeds to Fogg’s recovery.

“We were like, ‘What can we do to help?’ Anything he needs, we’re there,” said diFrancesco.

In a blog about the incident, Fogg writes he has been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support.

Eraibi is facing multiple charges, including attempted first- and second-degree murder.

In his blog, Fogg, a sports editor, writes of his attacker: “He thought he was targeting one person, but what he failed to realize was that he was going after all of Baltimore. And Baltimore has always been known for defense


Tannersville man sentenced in underage sex offense case

January 23, 2014

A Tannersville man said his slip-and-fall head injury affected his personality, causing him to seek out underage girls to have sex with.

Frank Anthony Bianco, 39, was sentenced Thursday to three to six years in state prison. Bianco had pleaded guilty to six counts of unlawful contact with a minor.

Bianco contacted what he believed to be a 15-year-old girl he met online and started a conversation of a sexual nature, requesting a nude picture of her and promising to pay for sex. The “girl” turned out to be Monroe County District Attorney's Detective Brian Webbe posing undercover in ongoing efforts to catch adults who use the Internet to sexually victimize children.

Court records show Bianco also is awaiting sentencing in Pike County after pleading guilty there to committing aggravated indecent assault against a girl under age 16 in July 2011.

At Thursday's sentencing in the Monroe County case, Judge Stephen Higgins noted letters from Bianco's family and friends, describing Bianco as a good man whose head injury had tragically altered his personality and life. Defense attorney Brett Riegel said Bianco has cooperated with authorities since his Sept. 25 arrest in Stroud Township.

When given his chance to address the court moments prior to being sentenced, Bianco said he has never denied what he did. He said that, while he's not trying to offer any excuses, he would never have committed these acts if not for the head injury that led to “six months to a year of rehabilitation.”

After arresting him in this case, authorities learned that, between October 2011 and the time of his arrest, Bianco had engaged in nine online conversations with other underage girls in efforts to meet and have sex with them.


Men involved in KFC robbery argue in vain they are innocent, get sent to prison

January 22, 2014

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Usually when people appear for sentencing, they try to convince a judge they are sorrowful and take responsibility for their actions. But two men heading to prison for the robbery of a KFC went a different route.

Ronnie Odell Taylor and Leonardo Simmons each faced significant sentences for the April 6 holdup of a KFC at 4040 Plainfield Ave. NE and both decided to argue with Kent County Circuit Court Judge Paul Sullivan about whether they were guilty of the crimes for which they were to be punished.

It did not work. Taylor, 45, was sentenced Tuesday, Jan. 21, to 30 to 55 years in prison after he was convicted of armed robbery and felony use of a firearm.

Simmons, 29, was sentenced to three to 20 years in prison after he pleaded guilty on Dec. 19 to being an accessory after the fact and lying to police.

Nevertheless, Simmons told Sullivan he had no idea what had happened at the KFC even though he drove Taylor around moments after the crime, accepted money from him and lied to police about his whereabouts at the time of the crime.

“I didn’t know anything about no KFC,” Simmons said.

Simmons claimed the only reason he pleaded guilty was because he feared if he didn’t his girlfriend would lose custody of her children – a rationale disputed by Assistant Kent County Prosecutor Joshua Kuiper who told the judge there was never any threat to the woman’s custody status.

Simmons bent over weeping as he pleaded with the judge.

Sullivan told the defendant he could withdraw his plea and go to trial on charges of conspiracy to commit armed robbery.

Simmons stuck with his plea.

When his turn came up, Taylor said his trial was unfair and he was convicted despite a lack of evidence.

Taylor was convicted Nov. 27 after a bench trial in front of Sullivan; there was no jury.

Sullivan disputed Taylor’s claims saying there was plenty of evidence to convict and reminded Taylor he had the right to take the case to the State Court of Appeals.

Taylor was dating a KFC employee. He had spent time at the restaurant prior to the robbery waiting for his girlfriend finish work.

Employees identified Taylor as the man who demanded money at gunpoint just after the store had closed, despite the fact that Taylor was wearing a ski-mask.

Related: Victims identify alleged Kentucky Fried Chicken robber despite ski mask

“I feel I was convicted on perjury and lies,” Taylor told Sullivan. “I never got identified by my face, it was only my eyes.”

Taylor pointed to the lack of fingerprints and DNA as proof of a lack of evidence.

“I’m going to get 30 years and nothing was proved,” Taylor said.

Sullivan pointed out that the witnesses said they were 100 percent sure it was him and that if Taylor’s defense were to hold up, no one who robbed a store wearing a ski-mask could ever be convicted.

“There were some issues in this case,” Sullivan conceded. “(But) this case had a lot of evidence.”


Atlanta DJ shot and killed outside Clayton County home

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

If you were an Atlanta musician hoping for a big break, you wanted to know DJ Nando. He was the man who wanted the newest songs to play in nightclubs, and some of rap music’s biggest names credited him with helping launch their careers.

But after returning to his Clayton County home after a night of work, William “Fernando” Barnes, 38, was shot to death beside his car early Tuesday, according to police and his family.

“Basically, he drove home, pulled in his driveway, someone had been sitting waiting at his house in the backyard and they ran up and shot him once in the head,” Richard Hannah, Barnes’ brother-in-law, told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “He passed away minutes later.”

Barnes’ fiancee had been inside the Oak Mill Court home, in a neighborhood off Mt. Zion Road, when she heard the gunshot. She ran outside to see Barnes take his last breath, Hannah said.

Neighbor Cindy Copeland said she heard a “very large bang” about 3:30 a.m. and initially thought the power had gone out.

“But what grabbed my attention about 4 o’clock was a hysterical woman, on her phone, walking up and down the street, yelling, ‘my baby, my baby,’” she said. “After listening to her, I realized, there’s five or six police cars out here, and that’s when I started realizing something very serious has happened down our street here.”

Police declined to release a possible motive in the shooting death. But Barnes’ family confirmed that robbery did not seem likely because all of his electronic equipment and cash were left behind.

“They didn’t take one item from his car, off his body, anything,” Hannah said.

While police investigated the homicide Tuesday, family and friends of the popular deejay were shocked to learn of his sudden death, with many using social media to express condolences.

“RIP MY BROTHER DJ NANDO: I REALLY HATE THAT IM POSTING THIS, MY PRAYERS GO OUT TO HIS FAMILY,” Jermaine Dupri, entertainment mogul, posted on Twitter.

Other hip-hop artists, such as 2 Chainz and T.I., as well as dozens of those who knew Barnes from various adult entertainment nightclubs, posted messages and pictures.

“All he ever talked about was music. Period,” Hannah said by phone late Tuesday. “All of the artists in Atlanta would come to hear what he was playing.”

Barnes’ parents were driving to Atlanta from Virginia after learning of his death, Hannah said. Barnes is survived by an 11-year-old daughter.


3 men arrested in connection with child's shooting death
Mother of shooting victim: 'Put your guns down'


Jan 17, 2014

OMAHA, Neb. —Three men have been arrested in connection with the investigation into the death of a 5-year-old girl this week.

Despite the violent tragedy, the Omaha family maintained a tone of peace and forgiveness throughout Thursday afternoon's news conference.

The family of 5-year-old Payton Benson talks with reporters a day after the girl became the city's latest victim of gun violence.

Omaha police said Jaylen Montgomery, 18; Vincent Hicks, 20; and Adonus Moses, 22, were booked each on a count of theft by receiving. However, police have not confirmed whether the men were involved in the shooting of Payton Benson.

Officers said they believe the men stole a Jeep that was possibly involved in Wednesday's fatal shooting near 45th Street and Bedford Avenue. Authorities tracked down and impounded the vehicle, which was found later that evening near 61st and Spencer streets.

According to an Omaha police report, a black 2007 Jeep Commander, similar to the one police suspect is involved in the shooting, was reported stolen from a home near 95th and Sprague streets on Dec. 15.

"They came to my house and ransacked the whole place, stole a bunch of stuff -- my TV, my laptop, my daughters play games,” said Zubi Anyaegbunam, owner of stolen Jeep.

"Now, I don't even feel pain for me, just for this family that lost the little girl. You know material things can be replaced, you know life cannot (be replaced).”

An Omaha police cruiser and crime lab van were seen at Montgomery’s apartment complex Thursday -- the same place where police found the Jeep Wednesday.

KETV NewsWatch 7 spoke with Montgomery’s mother who fought back tears when asked about her son being involved in the shooting. She said she was worried and all she can do now is pray.

“He's a good kid, but the one thing I can do is put it in the Lord’s hands,” she said.

A memorial fund has been set up for the family of Payton Benson, and Omaha Crime Stoppers is now offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the case.

The reward is a result of donations made to increase the amount from $5,000, which is the highest Crime Stoppers offers from its general fund.

At a news conference Thursday, Payton Benson's mother, Tabatha Manning, said she's grateful for the community, the police and the mayor, who have stepped up to support the family in the wake of the community's latest tragedy.

"My daughter is definitely getting a lot of (love) from the community right now," Manning said.

Manning took a few moments Thursday to describe her daughter.

"She was always so happy, smiling," Manning said. "I'm gonna miss her."

City Councilman Ben Gray, great uncle of the victim, announced the Payton Benson Memorial Fund. Donations can be made at any American National Bank location.

Authorities were sent to the area of 45th Street and Bedford Avenue for a report of gunshots fired around 9:45 a.m. Wednesday.

Investigators found a juvenile female victim at the scene. Officer Michael Pecha said the girl was taken in extremely critical condition to Alegent Creighton Health Creighton University Medical Center, where she later died.

Despite the violent tragedy, the family maintained a tone of peace and forgiveness throughout Thursday afternoon's news conference.

"Put your guns down," Manning said. "I'd like to invite the people that are responsible for this to come forward."

"We're asking that there not be any retaliation," said Gray.

At a press conference Wednesday night, Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer said the bullets came from a shooting near 44th and Emmett streets, which is a block away from where the girl was shot. Multiple people and multiple weapons were involved in the gunfire.

"I promise the family, this community, that my homicide investigators, my gang investigators will work around the clock, leaving no stone unturned," Schmaderer said.

Schmaderer said the girl was inside her home eating breakfast with her mother when she was hit by a bullet. Her father was identified as Marvin Benson.

"I just want my baby back," Marvin Benson said. "That's it."

“She was inside the house putting her plate up. She just got done eating breakfast,” said Massey Allen, the girl’s second cousin. "I saw her and her mom outside screaming, yelling."

Allen told reporters he heard about 20 shots. Police said the girl and her family were not targeted.

"We have information. We have leads in this case. This is not a situation where we have nothing to follow up on. This is a solvable case, and we are going to work it extremely hard," Schmaderer said.

"You know who you are, and law enforcement will find out who you are. It may not have been your bullet that struck this is girl, so do the right thing and do yourself a favor in the process. Come down and talk to law enforcement and tell us what you know," Schmaderer said.

Members of the Empowerment Network gathered with Benson’s family members at the hospital shortly after the shooting.

“She's there living life, eating breakfast and then a stray bullet comes in -- that's unacceptable,” said Rev. Bruce Williams, with Hope Glory Church.

"Being a parent of a 6-year-old, I can't even imagine, but the family has been amazingly strong, and I think a part of that is their faith but also the response from the community has been overwhelming,” said Willie Barney, with the Empowerment Network.

"This family is going to grow and stay together, and we are going to make things happen in the name of Payton," Gray said.

More than 100 people gathered outside Benson’s home for a vigil Thursday night.

“You saw people of different nationalities here willing to work together and come together and let everyone know that we want to solve this crime and we want the violence to stop in our community,” said Rev. Gregory Ashley, with St John Missionary Baptist Church.

"Every fatal shooting in our community saddens me, but this one makes me angry," said County Board Chair Mary Ann Borgeson. "Payton Benson and her family have been robbed of so many wonderful life experiences. On behalf of the Douglas County Board of Commissioners, I extend our profound sympathies and pledge our continued engagement as we search for an end to the ongoing tragedy of violence in our community."

Anyone with information on the case should call a detective at 402-444-5652. If you want to remain anonymous and be eligible for a cash reward, call Crime Stoppers at 402-444-7867.


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Diversity is anti-white?

Camilla Mortensen, Eugene Weekly, January 20, 2014

[...] it looks like you can't celebrate MLK without a racist-type or two showing up. A bagpipe-playing kilt-wearing couple serenaded Springfield while wielding a sign saying "'Diversity' is a code word for white genocide." [...]

Camilla Mortensen is associate editor and reporter at Eugene Weekly. She is also a folklorist and a community college and university instructor. She has two horses, an assortment of dogs, and lives in a 1975 Airstream trailer. Sometimes all these details collide in unforeseen ways.


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oddball1776:

I am sat typing this message in Cornwall right now. Landrake. If you are interested in Cornish heritage, you might want to consider visiting fairly soon, as Cornwall is currently being flooded with immigrants from around the world, and will be unrecognisable within a generation (ie fully diversified, meaning no more Cornish people).

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Rommel15:

Cornwall is 95% Cornish - 95% white. Outside of London and Birmingham is very English - very white. Defeatism is poison. European nations are not lost.

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oddball1776:

It's not quite that simple down in the Westcountry Rommel. Initially the invaders weren't so keen to come this far south west.

But they are sure as hell are making up for that now. My nearest big city, Plymouth, has been 'diversified' phenomenally quickly - you barely hear an English voice walking around the city centre now.

That has happened in just a couple of years.

The official stats are baloney. I don't mean to sound, or come across as defeatist. At all.

Me and mine are ready and prepared to survive outside of the cities. And we are not alone.

Can't lie to you though. White genocide is happening before my eyes, even in a backwater like where I live. And this Trevelyan guy [a commentator] has the nerve to tell us we are wrong!

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Rommel15:

Well even 95% is 5% too low for anywhere it Europe. Let alone whatever it truly is. Used to be 100% from London to Lisbon to St. Petersburg.

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nicholasi:

But the leading role of urban populations in modern societies is an important fact. If the main urban areas are majority aliens, then they will dominate culture, media, fashion, music, radio, academia, banking, etc. Under the "guidance" of the global parasite of course.

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oddball1776:

Yes - big problem. But from outside, looking in. 100% reliant on external sources for food, water and power, in a sense, we have them right where we want them, should the need arise. (The most feisty of receptions awaits beyond the city boundaries for any runners ;-)).

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Alamo Defender:

The south west isn't doing too badly, but the midlands and north are infested, the problem goes well beyond London. The majority of schoolchildren in London, Birmingham and Manchester are from ethnic minorities. Large parts of Lancashire and Yorkshire resemble the third world.

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nicholasi:


Is there a lotta Treyvons there now, G?

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oddball1776:


Thousands of Obama's sons and daughters. No jobs nor visible means of financial support - yet - wandering around the city, bags full of shopping/food etc (it isn't crime yet - they have not been able to establish a foothold - this area is under lockdown in that regard - local gangs/Triads mostly - Quintavious and his gang-bangers need not apply).

One cannot help but think - "what are you doing here? what exactly do you bring to the party? what is your benefit to my people/country/county/city/region? what attracted you to this place, the arse end of England?" - most of the locals usually can't wait to get out of here at the earliest opportunity!

Just as many Eastern Europeans too, hoovering up jobs like some great vacuum cleaner - work down here was/is hard enough to come by, but the local taxi drivers/factory workers etc cannot compete with Slavs living ten to a house.

And just as many Asians/Chinese (in particular). Unfriendly, seemingly detached and arrogant (this was traditionally, and until very recently, a relatively open, pleasant place to live with a strong sense of community and solidarity).

It is not that anymore.

It is something very, very different.

And it is not Utopia.

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Dr. Möbias:

Sounds just like California.

It has been completely flooded by low IQ, uneducated, useless Mexicans who live off of government benefits generation after generation. We've had many of our hospitals shut down because of the flood of sick Mexicans and the high number of welfare-for-life babies they pump out. The schools have been completely overrun and ruined.

We have also seen a high influx of Chinese, unfriendly and ethnocentric as you say.

We Whites, the ones who created this former paradies are now a minority and people are cheering it on. It all went to hell so quickly and there is no chance of us ever taking it back, we are on a long, downward slide as the government is trying to bankrupt us through heavy taxation to pay for their engineered welfare state.

It will all end in bloody warfare, no doubt, with the Asians refusing to support the massive brown welfare population at the expense of their own children.

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oddball1776:

Heart breaking to hear pal.

I don't know what to say really.

Obviously I'm aware of the natural beauty of California (who isn't) - what a loss, almost unbearable.

But I did some research on this place [Oregon] too since we invaded their paper. Eugene looks like paradise on earth as well. A little hippyish/bohemian - whatever, but I'm not necessarily against that per se, just their limp-wristed attitudes to ethnicity issues (race-replacement/genocide etc).

Only a matter of time before the invasion begins there in earnest. Can our folk not see, not realise what we are giving up here?

If we don't fight to maintain control of our territory.
We will lose it.

And anyone that thinks life will be pleasant for whites under the boot of non-whites, seriously needs to think again.

......

You aren't alone pal - keep fighting. This battle hasn't really even begun yet. Early skirmishes, that's all. :)

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Trevelyan:


You people are twisted and sick.

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oddball1776:

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notquitewhite:

Do you regret your ancestors having come to the "melting pot"?

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J B:

Anti-Whites decided my country should be a "melting pot". I didn't. My people didn't - there was no public voting on this.

The point of a "melting pot" is that everything is mixed. You anti-Whites ONLY ever call White countries "melting pots".

Anti-Whites say multiculturalism is good, but they don't demand more multiculturalism of Africa or Asia. They ONLY demand it of White countries.

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nicholasi:

"Melting-point" was coined by that jew. They don't like getting melted in pots themselves though, or gassed (if such a thing were ever to occur)

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Dalek_1963:


Re: "Do you regret your ancestors having come to the "melting pot"?"

I think we all regret your two most recent ancestors ever meeting.

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notquitewhite:

Please, who are your people? Do you know your heritage? Which places did they come from?


nicholasi:

I was born where my brothers and father and mother and aunts and uncles and grandparents and great-grandparents were born. All in the same city, and their predecessors were most likely born nearby. What was your point?


notquitewhite:

My point is that if you can call yourself "white" & live in the USA or Canada, you are almost certainly of mixed-European heritage (unless you grew up in an ethnic community & subculture, there are a few). 'White' describes a skin color, European is a race, like African, or Asian, etc. If you ask a native French, German or English person about their heritage, they will describe themselves not as 'White', but by their national culture - probably down to finer detail, i.e. Gall, Bavarian, Welsh,etc. The American idea of 'White' was created by the descendants of immigrants to this continent, any culture associated is by definition both hybrid and adapted. All of those immigrants came from cultures which had previously been invaded & forced into religious conversion & cultural assimilation at some point earlier. Many of these immigrants came to work as slaves (yes, there were European slaves in the very early days of the colonies), or near-slaves (indentured servants), and were not considered fully human by the dominant class when they arrived (this is true of your own ancestors if they came early and were from Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Romania, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Armenia, Turkey, etc.).

Further, because of the social stigma associated with racial-mixing in the US, many people who identify as 'White' (or 'Black') actually have some combination of European, African & Native American blood, but don't know and/or say so.

Given all of this, how can you guys be so upset by the idea of accepting "Diversity"? How can you rationally support the idea that there is some effort toward "White Genocide", when immigration and mixing within and between races has been happening for as long as there's been separate races and cultures?? What's the difference between the Early-American French and British (that is Anglo, not Welsh or Scottish, definitely not Irish) colonial masters looking down their noses at their Welsh and Scot slaves as sub-human, and these 'White Genocide alarm' guys freaking out about the red, yellow & brown people?


Thanks for participating in a rational exchange, you are the first to be willing.

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oddball1776 to notquitewhite:


The situation in the US and Europe is slightly different. I can't really speak for the USA guys here. They can do that for themselves, if they so choose (you continue to misunderstand why we are here - I have already told you we are not here to debate. There are other phora available for that).

Listen, you need to learn to show some respect. Because you are now talking to an Englishman whose nation has existed for over 1000 years, an English man whom can trace his genealogy back through several hundred of those years - generation upon generation, across thousands of individuals and family units.

So please, I'll ask you nicely, do NOT preach to me about who or what I am. What my culture is, or whether or not I even have one. Do not deign to tell me that neither I, nor my family, my progeny - have no right to exist - no right to life - upon the soil where we have existed for millennia. Is that quite clear? Is that perfectly understood? Excellent. Be quiet now, you disgraceful moral pygmy.

This is a vast subject. So I will attempt to keep this brief. We reject the claim that the 'evil white man' is responsible for all the ills of the world (in particular the regular Joes such as ourselves). As such we reject the attempt by our enemies - principally I suppose the self styled 'left' - although I can be much, much more specific about that if necessary - to blend and 'diversify' the aforementioned 'evil white man' out of existence.

That is our enemies stated aim.

That aim will be opposed, and our enemies will be defeated.

We encounter your arguments daily. We have all seen those arguments debunked and obliterated countless times. Yet you still come back for more. You have made up your mind, and you will not be turned. We accept that, and we are ready for what that will ultimately entail.

We are proud of who we are. We are proud of our culture, our heritage. Of the civilisation that we inherited from our forefathers. It is our duty to see that we pass that precious gift on, intact, to the next generation. No trendy political fad, and no amount of self-hating, bed-wetting, 'liberal', degenerate morons - or loud mouthed non-whites - will stand in the way of that on-going process.

You have no idea of the depth or scale of what is happening here. I doubt that you care - your only interest is self.

My interest is that of my people, my nation - and my wider family - that being my European brothers and sisters around the world - whose very existence now stands on a knife edge - because of people like you. And people of far more evil intent, whom you serve, albeit unknowingly, and unwittingly (or at least I am prepared to give you the benefit of the doubt in that regard, else we would not even be having this 'conversation').

You do not support 'diversity' and 'tolerance'. Your political beliefs mean the death of those very things - the death of my people. For that, do not expect thanks. Do not expect an easy ride, certainly not from here on in.

Expect defeat. Expect to learn to know your place. Expect to close your mouth, and stop spreading your poison.


Have a nice day.

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tl:dr; anti-racist is a code word for anti-white

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Guy Speranza, born March 12, 1956, was the first singer for NY-based metal band Riot. He was with Riot from 1976 to 1981, when he quit, at the height of the band's success, because as a Christian he couldn't continue in the kike-biz. (His replacement as singer, Rhett Forrester, was murdered in a car-jacking.)

Speranza performed at the first Monsters of Rock festival in 1980 and sang on Rock City (1977), Narita (1979) and Fire Down Under (1981). All three albums were recorded at The Kike's Greene St. Recordings, owned by Kike Michael Riesman (Kike Philip Glass' music director) and Kike Steve Loeb (the records' producer); under studio manager Kike Jonathan Katz, who would later make a name for himself as the cartoon character "Dr Katz" on The Kike's Comedy Central TalmudVision channel. Fire Down Under was rejected by their kike record company as "not commercially viable" but went on to be the band's best seller with another kike record company.

Speranza was a very good-looking, muscular guy, so I'm guessing he got sick of all the kikes and other queers pawing over him at record company "business meetings", and wouldn't bow down and kiss Baphomet's ass or whatever was demanded of him. After retiring from music, Speranza worked as an exterminator in Florida until being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, from which he died on November 8, 2003, in Orlando, Florida.





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