Lobby mourns Japan’s ‘most Jewish Prince’!

On Thursday, the Israeli propagandist media (The Jewish Daily Forward, NYT, WP, IB Times, People Com., etc.) mourned the death of prince Mikasa, an uncle of the country’s current emperor Akihito, at the age 100.

Prince Mikasa served in the military during World War II. After graduating from military college, the prince was posted to Nanjing, China, as an officer in the Imperial Japanese Army under a pseudonym in 1943.

Later, he studied ancient Oriental history and taught at universities, including Tokyo Woman’s Christian University and the Tokyo University of the Arts.

Israeli professor Ben Ami Shillony (Hebrew University, occupied Jerusalem), in book, The Jews and the Japanese, claims that Mikasa was a scholar of Judaism and a great friend of the Zionist entity.

US-born Israeli Zionist rabbi Israel Goldstein (d. 1986), one of the founders of Jewish Brandeis University who met prince Mikasa in 1959 in Tokyo lauded the prince in his memoirs, as country’s most popular member of the royal family due to his socialist views and his humble living style.

According to rabbi Goldstein, the prince was impressed by Jewish values while studying Christianity.

Out of a desire to understand Christianity, and this desire had led him to study the origins of the Christian faith and its Bible basis, the Old Testament,” said Goldstein.

All these Jewish tears over prince Makasa’s death reminds me Ryuichi Hirokawa, the famous Japanese antisemite who hates the Zionist entity and supports Palestinian cause.

Philippines’ antisemite president Rodrigo Duterte cancelled his scheduled meeting with the Japanese King in Tokyo as result of the prince’s death.

Historically, both Zionist Jews and Japanese have several common traits – racism being one of them. Japanese don’t like non-Japanese to settle permanently in Japan. Same way, Israeli Jews (80%) doesn’t like to live in non-Jewish Arab neighborhood.

A Jewish state was established by Japanese occupation forces in Harbin (Manchuria) in 1934 which existed until 1945. The Japanese hoped the colony would gain the approval of international Jewish financiers such as the Rothschild’s, who would pump money into their empire. However, the Japanese were also apprehensive about cooperating with Jews. They were well versed in the ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion’ and were convinced of their authenticity. They viewed Jews as a subversive race which uses their financial and mercantile genius to conquer nations by stealth.

Former Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert’s parents lived in Harbin before slipping into British occupied Palestine.

Pakistan is known as Tower of Strength due to its active part at the Japanese Peace Treaty signed on September 8, 1951 in San Francisco. Between 1952-53, Pakistan donated 60,000 ton of rice to staving Japanese. Both countries exchanged ambassadors in 1952. In May 1957, Japanese prime minister Nobusuke Kishi paid official visit to Pakistan. Pakistan’s military dictator, Field Marshal Muhammad Ayub Khan returned the visit on December 12-19, 1960.


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