A 50 year old Japanese man dressed in a suit set himself on fire at Shinjuku station in Tokyo, in protest of the Japanese government’s move toward re-militarization, which is basically a move toward Zionification.
At the end of World War II, Japan pledged not to engage in warfare, and not to export Japanese arms, and stayed true to the pledge for almost 60 years. But since 2012, after the Liberal Democratic Party lead by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took control of Japan, the country has been steadily moving away from its pacifist core, as Shinzo Abe seeks to revise Japan’s constitution to allow Japan Self Defense Forces to participate in combat missions and deal arms again.
This rapid degradation of the nation’s values was met with countrywide protests which now garnered international attention thanks to the man who committed the act of self immolation.
The man, carrying two bottles of flammable liquid, climbed on top of a metal frame above a pedestrian walkway near the South Exit of busy Shinjuku Station and sat down on a mat. The man used a megaphone to read his manifesto in which he denounce the (Zionists like) policies of the current government. After that, he poured the flammable liquid over himself and set himself on fire with a lighter.
By the time he was done reading his long manifesto, the firefighters were on the scene so when the flames started to consume him, they blasted him with water cannons. According to the Shinjuku Police Department, the man was still alive when he was taken to a hospital in an ambulance.
Article 9 of Japan’s constitution (still) reads:
Aspiring sincerely to an international peace based on justice and order, the Japanese people forever renounce war as a sovereign right of the nation and the threat or use of force as means of settling international disputes.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his cronies formally announced their intentions to “allow Japanese troops to engage in combat missions or assist allies in war” despite lack of popular support in May, 2014. That sparked the public outcry which was intentionally unreported on in order to lull the public back to sleep by making them think that protesting would make no sense because nobody else felt that way.
Shinzo Abe intends to approve a policy shift which will allow for “collective self defense” this coming week. In December of last year, his government passed the “Special Secrets Act”, which allows for direct attacks on freedom of speech by criminalizing all forms of reporting on, or even questioning state secrets.
Am I the only one who sees Zio signatures in all of these actions by Japanese government?
Props to Best Gore member ColombianBastard for his video contributions:
Iphone owner filmed video shows the man pouring flammable liquid over himself and lighting himself up:
One more vertical video of the self immolation in Tokyo filmed from a bird’s eye perspective: