A friend of this site, Thomas Marzac, sent me the following link, and it's one more data point to be considered in any reflection on the crisis in Japan:


One can imagine a similar disaster in this country, and then the National Guard helicopters showing up, and unloading crates stamped "A Gift from the John Gotti Family," proudly proclaiming the Mafia's role in relief efforts.

What intrigues here is the openness with which this is being conducted and carried out. The Japanese Yakuza, like criminal syndicates in most countries, is an intimate part of the parapolitical, or "deep political structure", of Japan, with tentacles connecting it to legitimate business and corporations, and of course, thence to the government itself. So in this, it should not be surprising.

But for those who are following the "artificially induced earthquake" scenario being discussed here and elsewhere, mention of the yakuza will send chills down the spine. Like the Mafia here and such criminal undergrounds elsewhere, the Yakuza is not a "nice group of people." The truly bad news is that according to Lt. Col. (US Army, Ret.) Tom Bearden, well-known proponent of the so-called "scalar" or "quantum potential" physics (his names, not mine folks), the Japanese yakuza acquired, or were given, access to weaponized versions of this technology.

While it is quite imp0rtant to note here that Bearden does not offer any substantiation for this assertion - and he repeated it in a number of his books and publications - the prospect is intriguing to consider for the sake of argument: What would the yakuza have to gain by using such a device against the Japanese people themselves? Well, one thing immediately comes to mind: in the wake of an inept government response to the crisis, the yakuza would appear more competent and organized.

But this seems a rather weak "motive" for their potential involvement. If they were involved - a mighty big if, since we haven't even concluded it was an artificial quake yet - then it is likely they may be acting as catspaws for someone else with the means, and a bigger motive.

See you on the flip side.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. sj smith on March 30, 2011 at 3:43 am

    we need a name like that for the syndicate that runs our country.

  2. Jon on March 29, 2011 at 10:21 pm

    The Yakuza are definitely more nationalistic than organized crime in the U.S. They follow a code which borrows much from Bushido, and lean very much toward the conservative end of the political spectrum, although they sometimes have flamboyant public personas (“the nail that won’t be hammered down…”) They are indeed deeply intertwined with Japanese business and politics, and were directly responsible for trashing the Japanese economy in the 90s by defaulting en masse on bad loans which they forced banks into giving them.

    While Bearden doesn’t document his allegations about the Yakuza and it’s purchase of scalar training and technology from the KGB, he does cite his own direct experience face to face as the Yakuza announced taking control of Prof. Kawai’s company and patents in his presence, and proceeded to force Kawai to pull his patented overunity device out of the impending deal with Bearden to develop and market it. He uses this case to illustrate that they are deeply involved with suppressing new forms of energy and technology. The Yakuza member sent to bring Kawai back into the fold may just have been a very scary errand boy, but Kawai was extremely shaken by the experience. The patent is available at USPTO and on Bearden’s site.

    Criminal organizations, as with terrorists, are virtually always the errand boys or puppets of far more potent powers.

  3. Thomas Marz on March 29, 2011 at 5:01 pm

    Fantastic conjecture by all. Still, does anyone get the sinking feeling that this was the stone that creates the avalanche about the ending or let’s say restructuring between east – west relations?
    In that, the old hands will shake again?

  4. W.R. Abbot1 on March 29, 2011 at 2:01 pm

    Unlike the American Mafia, the Yakuza folks are nationalists. They see it as their duty to help their countrymen and race. Asians also tend to be more community oriented than the individualistic Westerners. Of course, this doesn’t mean that they won’t look for ways to make a profit.

  5. MQ on March 29, 2011 at 1:03 pm

    I like your conjecture on the Yakuza acting as a catspaw for another group. Hmm, what other group is right wing, big on thuggish behavior, buddies with the Japanese during WWII?…oh yeah, those Nazi guys.
    More data here on the enigma of the yakuza:

    • Kathie on March 29, 2011 at 6:15 pm

      While at first thought BF was credible, since then have become suspicious of news offerred by this person. One thread goes like this, the Royals have bloodlines, and well they are intricately wound up with Nazis etc. There were some fantastic claims about a Queen being related to people like this. It was so strange. Then anything about the earthquake being caused by HAARP was pushed by him since the first day. All links wound up going back to this person. Anyway, just my 2 cents worth.

  6. Christine on March 29, 2011 at 11:58 am

    It makes sense as an effort to exploit the situation and try to gain ground
    as acceptable government alternatives.

    the old samurai code including especially total loyalty to ones overlord
    has been preserved along with blood feuds and whatnot among them,
    and a dream of recovering old local lordship holdings that some among
    them may descend from may be in play here.

    Also the chance to put people into debt to them, and/or kidnap children
    or ferret women into prostitution.

    Also, if the current administration is anti yakuza, or less yakuza than
    they like, it makes them look good. And then, they may be helping their
    own, it may be that in that locality, there are an awful lot of people who,
    though not themselves yakuza, are close relatives of such.

    And, if they hope to sieze land after the rebuild, or weasle into co
    ownership of everything, there would be less opposition.

    • Christine on March 29, 2011 at 12:19 pm

      “The gangs’ charity is rooted in their “ninkyo” code, Adelstein says, which values justice and duty and forbids allowing others to suffer.” It would be nice if they
      applied this regarding their more commonplace activities.

  7. Spirit Splice on March 29, 2011 at 6:12 am

    Maybe it’s as simple as this, when push comes to shove, they are still fundamentally Japanese and therefore on the same side against whoever may have done this to them. Otherwise, humanitarian Yakuza makes little sense.

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