Note to readers: The next three issues of this newsletter will be pre-written so that I may take my annual sabbatical. If something truly important happens I will inform you with an update.
My battle against the Khazarian mafia started in Japan, where over a 30-year career as a frontline journalist, I watched as Prime Minister after Prime Minister was murdered and a successful economic system was dismantled. When I started reporting in Japan in 1985, it had the highest per capita income in the world and the lowest gap between the rich and poor in any developed nation. This was the result of decades of double-digit economic growth: the so-called Japanese miracle. Now, Japan is ruled by Khazarian gangster hedge funds and their slaves. The country now has the second-biggest gap between the rich and poor in the OECD (after the U.S.) and the average Japanese barely scrapes along. →