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WATER FUELED CARS, AND SUMMITS BETWEEN CHINA AND JAPAN

Yesterday on my Fireside Chat News and Views from the Nefarium, I mentioned two articles that I found very intriguing as corroborative political and economic contexts from which to view the hypothesis that the disaster that befell the Japanese people was artificially induced. The articles I referred to are linked here:

Japanese Water-Powered Car

Japan, China, S. Korea to hold Tokyo Summit

Let's look at the opening statement of that second article more closely: "The leaders of Japan, China, and South Korea will hold a two-day summit in Tokyo from May 21 to discuss nuclear safety, disaster preparedness and other issues, Japan's government said Friday."  As I pointed out in my video chat yesterday, this appears to me to be a subtle signal that a new regional security arrangement is in the works between the three Asian economic powerhouses, for notably, the USA has been bypassed in these talks, even though the talks themselves were initiated in 2008.  The context, now, though, has changed with the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster.

This raises the question of what is meant here by "other issues" that will be discussed. Consider the highly suggestive importance of those two words: we are in the middle of a catastrophe in Japan, and "other issues" are going to be addressed - addressed privately - by those three nations. We may assume that these issues will broaden and deepen their mutual security interests, and that these will include a coordinated energy policy...

...which leads us to the first article: a water-powered car, ready for mass-production. There is no two ways to read this other than (1) as a continuation of Japan's policy, emplaced after the 1973 Yom Kippur War and the OPEC oil embargo, to liberate Japan from petroleum dependency, and (2) as therefore a direct blow to the vested corporate interests of the Anglo-American corporate elite.

This will place the statements coming out of the coming summit in a new light, and I suggest we will need to follow them closely, for in my opinion, Japan is quietly telling that corporate elite "we are not going to role over and die," and they have, by placing these security issues on the agenda for the summit, considerably upped the ante by involving China and South Korea.

 

 

15 thoughts on “WATER FUELED CARS, AND SUMMITS BETWEEN CHINA AND JAPAN”

  1. Joseph,

    The link you give about the Water-Fueled car is 4 years old. Genepax, the Japanese company that was to manufacture this car went out of dropped the project and closed its website in 2009:

    http://www.greenoptimistic.com/2009/02/24/genepax-japanese-water-car-company-shut-to-silence/
    http://sfcitizen.com/blog/2009/03/20/no-more-embarrassment-for-thomson-reuters-genepax-water-car-is-dead/

    Conspiracy-minded people can read in Genepax’s statement the typical Japanese delicacy of phrasing implying external coercion:
    We at GENEPAX have strived to develop new technologies to enable environment friendly energy systems, to mitigate environmental risks such as those posed by global warming. The systems that we have proposed have received warm words of support from many people. However, we have yet to overcome the many obstacles we face in the current world, to bring our systems to market. Moreover, the costs of development have become very large. As our resources are very limited, we need to retrench and reassess our resources and our development plans at this time, and we are accordingly closing our website.

    We express our deep gratitude for the supportive messages we have received. We hope that you will continue to be supportive of efforts to develop cleaner and more environment friendly energies, and we will continue to strive to develop systems to preserve our environment.

    February 10th, 2009
    Yasuyuki Takahashi
    Representative Director
    GENEPAX

    I knew it was too good to be true.

  2. A water-fueled car would be a good transition technology to more advanced energy systems. One might be able to hide over-unity capability more easily in such a device.

    If Japan was being muscled into such a summit meeting, I think we would not be seeing a visit of the Emperor to China. If they were under duress, they would lean more towards the Anglo-American elite, not away from them.

    The Japanese are very long-term planners – they like to do business plans that look decades ahead, while Western businesses look a few quarters or a year ahead at most, with very rare exceptions. Whatever they are up to, it is a long term plan.

    I think in the end, they will be more inclined to be comfortable in an Asian dominated world than a Western dominated one. They have thousands of years of history with China, and much less with the West. I also think that they realize that, while they might have many disadvantages compared to China, they also have technological and organizational expertise with which they would see themselves as being able to dominate such a coalition.

  3. Not the first place that I’ve heard the idea that a Japanese made water powered car is being allowed to be publicly demonstrated. (Of course, Stan Meyer, was doing it 30 years ago in Ohio, and I’m not at all sure he was the first, and that was before public meant the immediacy of the web. )

    And Korea and China could very well be explaining to Japan that those countries will no longer tolerate a racist Japanese attitude in dealing with the rest of Asia, and in this case Korea and China have the muscle to back up their positions. I skimmed a book some months ago that made the point that the North Korean leader worship in that country is less Stalinist and more like the emperor worship in Japan in the 1930s, when Japan occupied all of Korea.
    So it would be very much in the interest of South Korea today to say: “Enough, we may not love the US occupation, but the reason the US occupies South Korea and Japan is the Japanese and North Korean inability to give up emperor deification.”

      1. Right, but then ITT was going to build a production facility for Farnsworth Fusor Reactors in the Connecticut River Valley. That’s not research.

        Just saying that talk of mass release of overunity tech has been in the ether (pun intended) in the past.

        Then, as others have pointed out, some energetics weapons purportedly use a conventional–conventional would include nuclear here–power plant to power the weapons. So if the plant in Japan were being used for such, then that increases the number of parties who’d be interested in destroying the plant. (And I think that the videos of the plant exploding raise serious questions about what exactly caused the walls to turn to powder and the roof to fly off at a sustained speed.)

        I note that the NYTimes did an article on the US military being largely responsible for reopening Sendai Airport, so that could argue in favor of your suspicion.

      2. Perhaps as an act of subversive suppression by the “Anglo-American (NAZI?)” Corporate Elite, might there be a new very large quake soon to occur in the same general region, or, might the dormant volcano, Mt. Fuji, suddenly burst back into horrific activity? That said, YELLOWSTONE certainly gives me some pause. Could December 21, 2012 be some sort of countdown, or is my speculation here running off somewhere in the boonies….you know, tit-for-tat; you hit us; we’ll respond in kind, and then some….things potentially could get really ugly, and most folks who survive round the globe might be left scratching their collective heads: WTF!

        1. If YELLOWSTONE, whose magma chamber has recently been determined by geophysicists to be somewhat larger than previously thought, were to blow, would, I wonder, the immense noise of the blast be audible by my own ears way down south here in New Orleans?

          1. Well, a year later:

            Too much reliance on Tom Beaden in your speculation.

            Also blowing up some thing the size of that national park isn’t limited like the event in Sept 2001.

  4. Hey, maybe the reason why Japan is presently closing down
    all those Toyota plants is to re-tool them in order to be able
    to go into full production of the water-based automobile.

    Water, the most abundant substance of planet Earth.
    Think of all the applications to total energy production –
    if water can be split into its gases (and of course, it can)
    to power a vehicle,
    then it can also be used to generate electricity and power
    anything and everything reliant upon electricity,

    And IF this is Japan’s response to a not-so-naked attempt
    to ‘put out its lights’ by an Elite trying to protect its ASSets,
    and that is still an IFfy proposition… then that angloElite
    could not have pee-pee’ed Japan off any more effectively.

    Some may forget the Japanese were seen as single-minded fanatics
    during WWII and their loyalty to and desire for achieving a cause
    was and (still is?) unparalleled in the modern world.
    (Why else was Japan nuked, twice, to end that war?)

    In my very speculative opinion, the Nazis were not in on any
    plot to induce disaster onto Japan. Maybe they would even
    like to rekindle the friendship that old Axis buddies once enjoyed.

    BTW,
    did you know there is a site where you can download
    “Triumph of the Will” ? A film – arguably the premier propaganda film
    in existence – which illustrates vividly the Nazi International mindset
    would be a very very hard thing to defeat. Here is the link:

    http://www.archive.org/details/TriumphOfTheWillgermanTriumphDesWillens

    Flash Video
    664.1 MB

    1. Thomas,

      Water powered cars aren’t particularly different than internal combustion engine cars, so no need for factory retooling. Information is more important.

    1. hah! they are looking to jump a maybe literally sinking ship and
      leave the regular people behind!

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