Will the Japanese emperor use his visit to Canada as a chance to tell the truth?
On July 3rd, the emperor of Japan will begin an extended tour of Canada. The question is, will he use the visit as an opportunity to tell some historical truths? In particular, we would like to know of the links between the Japanese imperial family and the Rothschilds. It would also be nice for him to explain why his family allowed the Rockefellers to rule in the post-war era. Everybody would also like the emperor to announce a Heisei reformation equal to or greater than the Meiji reformation. He could also tell us what he knows about the treasure stashed away in the Philippines and South East Asia and what his relationship is to the two Japanese arrested carrying $134.5 billion in Italy. Here, by the way is a link to videos displaying some of the Treasury bills and boxes left in the Philippines:
Also, on a personal note, I hope he manages to fit a trip to Fulford Place、Brockville, into his itinerary. Fulford Place played a vital role in Canadian/Japanese relations.