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#1 cherry

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Posted 04 January 2019 - 03:44 AM

Was Senior Bush really US President?
 
 
 
Senior Bush died on November 30, 2018.
 
The day commemorates Japan's "Meiji Restoration" and "Emperor System", particularly "Emperor Hirohito".
 
The day is the 15,000th day anniversary of the marriage between Junior Bush and Laura.
 
 
Their marriage commemorates the death of Japan's historic hero "Saigo Takamori"
 
 
On the other hand, Senior Bush's wife Barbara died on April 17.
 
The day is the 100th birthday of "Yasuhiro Nakasone", "Prime Minister of Japan"
 
==The story doesn't stop there.==============
 
 
Senior Bush's mother Dorothy is born on July 1, 1901.
 
On the same day, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is established.
 
"NIST" almost exclusively investigates the collapse of buildings with regard to the September 11 attacks. 
 
And it fails to give comments to the criticism "911 is an inside Job".
 
In addition, Senior Bush died on the 10th anniversary of the final report of "NIST".
 
 
Probably, "NIST" is Bush family's organization.
 
There is a variety of date puns around them.
 
I never say that Japan is the global empire.
 
But I'd like to say that the global empire has been secretly controlling all the world since the human history started. And Japan and its imperial family and clans are just the symbol of the global empire.
 
Why Japan?
 
Let me describe the complicated history and strategy of this clan later.
 
( hypotheses are included )
 

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#2 RobertD

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Posted 04 January 2019 - 07:30 AM

It's the Jews.
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#3 Tatarewicz

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Posted 08 January 2019 - 08:22 AM

Japan was a penal colony for China just as Australia-England. Hybridization with island locals contributed to the robust nature of today's Japanese.


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