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Japan is probably "Skull and Bones"


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#1 cherry

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Posted 30 July 2019 - 05:09 AM

Japan is probably "Skull and Bones"
 
 
"Demosthenes" is the Athenian statesman, recognized as the greatest of ancient Greek orators.
 
He is the symbol of "Skull and Bones".
 
Japan has commemorated him with significant historic events.
 
The Japanese Empire is probably the ancient Egyptian Empire.
 
This empire has a unique propensity to bully its own past capitals.
 
Egypt has been bullied for many years.
 
Greece has been bullied, too.
 
Now, Italy is completely bullied by its own mafia.
 
Probably the UK will be bullied for many years.
 
In Japan, Asuka in Nara Prefecture is completely bullied, though the site was surely one of the oldest capitals in Japan.
 
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Nara City in Nara Prefecture is the older capital than Kyoto City. Nara City has been bullied for many years. And Kyoto City will be bullied, too in the future.
 
I live in Kagoshima City in Kagoshima Prefecture, which is said to be one of the oldest ancient capitals in Japan. Kagoshima has been bullied for many years.
 
This prefecture is statistically one of the poorest regions in Japan.
 
The Japanese Empire is really the economic animals.
 
They have no human feelings.
 
Instead, they always think economies.
 

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#2 Ivan88

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Posted 30 July 2019 - 10:28 PM

There is much more to the story of Nippon's past, without which this concept of bullying is not properly explored.

It didn't used to have a 'J' in it's name.  The letter 'J' was invented by the Vatican.


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#3 RobertD

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Posted 31 July 2019 - 12:18 PM

Probably?
Didn't the US win the war and put its own retinue in power?
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