Japanese Citizens Kidnapped by North ...

Japanese Citizens Kidnapped by North Korea Are Probably Imperial Immigrants

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Since: Aug 11

Kagoshima, Japan

#1 Feb 18, 2012
Japanese Citizens Kidnapped by North Korea Are Probably Imperial Immigrants


The Japanese imperial clan is extremely good at paradoxical conspiracy.

In its conspiracy, everything is paradoxical.

For example, Japan's unconditional surrender at the end of World War II was a complete fabrication.

World War II was a perfect deception. And the US government and the US forces were completely under the control of the Japanese imperial clan.

So, according to the imperial theory in its conspiracy, the abducted Japanese are probably the Japanese imperial clan.

And both North Korea and Japan are simply buying time until the secret immigrants become almost native Koreans.

The imperial clan can wait so many years because the history of the Japanese imperial clan has spent already more than 10000 years since it started its history in Ancient Egypt.

Since: Feb 08

Kagoshima, Japan

#2 Jul 16, 2013
North Korea Is Bastion of Japanese Imperial Clan


Probably North Korea is the paradise of the clan.

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