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  1. Very nice that this page still can be found on a correct position in Yandex search results.

    I’ll have a look over here, on whether Japan will wake up to their glorious hidden history
    Americans did not wake up from this Avro Manhattan’s exposure, maybe that will motivate any Japanese.
    Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Fukushima… these where rather initiated by Italians, than by Americans.

    • The Japanese today still do not know the difference between Roman Catholicism and true Christianity, but some do know the reasons why the Shogun kicked out the foreign missionaries.

      • It is indeed a difficult problem.

        Christianity was preached in the Bible only by Paul, who will have learned the word from the inquisition by the Roman Empire. That was almost 2000 years ago, from the time before Paul’s conversion, when he persecuted Christians when named Saul, or followers of the way. Paul himself, Saul. [Acts 7:58 etc.]

        The word Christian is only found in his letters off Paul, but no where in the teachings by Jesus.
        And if one observes the Sunday worship by especially European supposedly Christian Protestants, while the word “Sunday” is not even found in the bible, and supposes sun worship, I can understand the confusion from intelligent people like the Japanese. Many Jews also can not understand the difference.

  2. Hi James,
    I want to thank you for all the work you do to bring the truth about Jesuitism and Papal crimes to the the public. If you would ever have the opportunity to use any of my graphics as complimentary to your work or for ideas, I would happily encourage you to do so.

    You can view some of these that are Vatican related at: http://uncontrolledopposition.com/2014/09/29/noise-voices-photo-album-on-uncontrolled-opposition-facebook-page/.

    I also discuss organized stalking and other end-time events on my two main blogs at http://uncontrolledopposition.com and http://elijah1757.wordpress.com.

    Regards and appreciation,


    • Keith, thank you so much for your, envouragment and for sharing your site and giving me permission to use your graphics. You have a treasure chest full of them!