Then and now. Hiroshima, Japan compared with Detroit, USA.
Then and now. Hiroshima, Japan compared with Detroit, USA.

But ‘That’ War Was (very) Good For The Rockefellers

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SONY = Standard Oil of New York.

Senator Jay Rockefeller awarded the Grand Cordon Order of the Rising Sun for his significant contributions to strengthening and promoting both the economic and cultural relationship between Japan and the United States … given personally by Emperor Akihito of Japan.

Grand Cordon Order of the Rising Sun
Grand Cordon Order of the Rising Sun

Jay’s father, John Davison Rockefeller III, also received the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun in 1969.

Such high awards suggest the Rockefeller connections with Japan run far deeper than the mass media would let you know.

David Rockefeller The Chaser

David Rockefeller (born June 12, 1915, and the informal head of the entire Rockefeller clan) is the New York City banker who for many years has served as chairman and chief executive of Chase Manhattan Corporation.

Under David’s term as CEO, Chase spread internationally and became a central pillar in the world’s financial system.

Chase Manhattan has the largest global network of correspondent banks (circa 50,000 by some accounts).

In 1973, Chase established the first American bank (branch) in Moscow, not far from the Kremlin.

That same year, David Rockefeller also travelled to China. This trip led to his bank becoming the National Bank of China’s first correspondent bank in the United States.

Angered by the Bilderberg meetings refusal to include Japan, David Rockefeller initiated the founding of the Trilateral Commission in July 1973. David then sponsored Zbigniew Brzezinski into high office as President Jimmy Carter’s National Security Advisor.

David Rockefeller Incriminates Himself. If guilty of Treason he should receive the punishment due to him.
David Rockefeller incriminates himself in his Memoirs. If guilty of Treason he should receive the ultimate punishment due to him.

Japan Inc Buys The Rockefeller Center

On November 3, 1989, the New York Times reported … [see also] … Mitsubishi is to pay $846 million for 51 percent of the Rockefeller Group, owner of Rockefeller Center, the vibrant Art Deco cluster of 19 buildings in the heart of New York City.

In September of that same year, the Sony Corporation bought Columbia Pictures for $3.4 billion.

The reason Mitsubishi purchased the Rockefeller Center (i.e., gained a 51% majority shareholding) is because the Rockefellers could not purchase that building from themselves.

Had Sony made the bid for that landmark building, then the Rockefeller scam in Japan would have quickly been exposed. So they went for Columbia Pictures (a New York City emblem company) instead.

You may think that Sony (the corporation) is only a consumer electronics company. You would be wrong.

Sony Financial Holdings Inc. (ソニーフィナンシャルホールディングス株式会社) is a holding company for Sony’s financial services business. It owns and oversees the operation of Sony Life Insurance, Sony Assurance, Sony Bank, Sony Bank Securities, and Sony Life Insurance (Philippines). It is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

Mitsubishi, Sony, And The Corporate-American Occupation

Mitsubishi was founded (as a shipping firm) in 1870 by Yatarō Iwasaki. Mitsubishi’s own website describes the company’s earliest days here.

The Mitsubishi Bank was founded in 1919. Today, the Mitsubishi group of companies is a large but loose entity, known in Japanese as a Keiretsu. The Kirin Brewery is a member of this Mitsubishi Keiretsu, as is Nikon, and the Nippon Oil Corporation.

SONY meanwhile, was founded on 7 May 1946. And Sony Corporation of America was established as early as 1960.

The official history of the birth of Sony is essentially a hoax or cover up. Disinformation (in the historical sphere) is something Wikipedia® was originally set up to promulgate and disseminate. This is why Google® algorithms have been configured to return the Wikipedia entry at the top of almost every online search you care to attempt.

While all of Japan remained under the auspices of American armed forces (i.e., Corporate-America’s imperial occupation) Sony played a major role in the development of Japan as a powerful exporter during the 1960s, 70s, and 80s.

Japan surrendered to “the Allies” on August 14, 1945. On V-J Day, US President Harry Truman appointed General Douglas MacArthur as Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP). It was MacArthur who then supervised the US occupation of Japan’s main islands: Honshū, Hokkaido, Shikoku, and Kyūshū. By the end of 1945, more than 350,000 U.S. personnel were already stationed throughout Japan.

From late 1945 until the signing of the San Francisco Peace Treaty, on September 8, 1951, the United States enjoyed a totally free hand to experiment with Japan; more so than with any other country in Asia, or indeed anywhere else in the entire world. Modern Japan is the Corporate-America and US State Department’s very own brainchild.

During its 6 year full-blown and unfettered occupation, the United States (i.e., Wall Street) provided ‘assistance’ totalling around US$1.9 billion. Gargantuan efforts were devoted to rebuilding lost industrial capacity: major investments were made in electric power, coal, steel, and chemicals.

In other words, the most senior American kleptocrats and oligarchs were setting things up to make a financial killing. This is why SONY is an acronym for one branch of the Rockefeller’s old Standard Oil conglomerate.

Japan’s Sugar Daddy Brought Many Gifts

Throughout the 1970s, Japan enjoyed the world’s third largest annualized, gross national product (GNP). In the global economic pecking order, they sat just behind the United States and Soviet Union.

But relative to all other industrial nations, Japan ranked first throughout this period. And by 1990 Tokyo could boast a per capita GNP of US$23,801 … up sharply from US$9,068 in 1980.