Major 9/11 Breakthrough in Japan

April 26th, 2009

Yukihisa Fujita, a member of the Upper House of the Japanese Parliament has recently published a book titled:
“Questioning 9/11 in Japan’s Parliament – Can Obama Change the USA?”

Co-authors are David Ray Griffin, Yumi Kikuchi and Akira Dojimaru.


Spectacular Support for Yukihisa Fujita (April 2009)
Yukihisa Fujita, a member of the Upper House of the Japanese Parliament has recently published a book titled:
“Questioning 9/11 in Japan’s Parliament – Can Obama Change the USA?”

Co-authors are David Ray Griffin, Yumi Kikuchi and Akira Dojimaru.

Councilor Fujita is a current member and former director of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defense. In this function he questioned 9/11 three times in parliament. Fujita claims that 9/11 as the main reason for the “War on Terror” needs to be newly investigated in order to find peaceful solutions.

On April 8 there was a formal reception on the ocassion of the publishing Mr. Fujita’s book at the Tokyo Dome Hotel.

The event was organized and promoted by a large group of Mr. Fujita’s supporters including the chief editor daily newspaper Japan Times, several leading representatives of the Democratic Party and several business excecutives. They hosted the event in honour of the Mr. Fujita.
Yumi Kikuchi, a well known peace and 9/11 activists first presented a video lecture that had been prepared by co-author of the book, Akira Dojimaru, who lives in Spain and was not present at the event. The presentation explained in great detail the numerous main points that completely contradict the official 9/11 account of the US administration and the mainstream media. Its was made clear that 9/11 is used to constantly justify wars.

Takao Iwami, a political commentator who writes a column in the Mainichi Shimbun newspaper then questioned Mr. Fujita about the book, the consequences of 9/11 and perspective of the world politics

During he second part of the event formal greetings to Mr. Fujita were presented by the following speakers:

Tadashi Inuzuka, Member of Parliament, member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence
Hideaki Seo, director of Sundai School , chair of the Fujita Politics Forum
Yukiyo Hatoyama, general secretary of the Democratic Party of Japan
Kazuo Tanigawa, former self defense minister and Justice minister for the ruling party in Japan, the Liberal Democratic Party
Yasushi Kurokouchi, fomer ambassador to Switzerland, Nigeria and Tanzania
Haruhiko Shiratori, father of a 9/11 victim.
Yasuo Onuki, former chief of the NHK office in Europe and the US. NHK, Japan Broadcasting Corporation, is Japan’s national public broadcasting organization.
Hiroshi Yamada, former chief editor of the US and Europe office of Japan’s daily newspaper “Yomiuri”
Kyoji Takei, representative of a major japanese printing labor union.

All speakers fully supported Mr. Fujita’s efforts emphasizing the importance of the 9/11 questions in the context of the need of peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan and the protection of Japan non-military constitution.

At end of the event a formal greeting adress by opposition and DPJ party leader Ichiro Ozawa was read to the audience in which Ozawa called for Mr Fujita to be persistent in his efforts.

The following personalities were official supporters of the event:

Katsuhiro Suzuki, respresentative of the support group
Takuhiko Tsuruta, chair, Peoples Association of Ibaragi Prefecture
Masanori Endou, president of Fujimizu Association – Former the head of Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

Ichiro Ozawa, chair the of Democratic Party of Japan

Mr. Terashima, chairman of the foundation Japan Research Institute and former head of Mitsui Coporation USA 1987-1991
Yukika Arima, president of Association for Aid and Relief
Takao Iwami, journalist
Minoru Morita, journalist
Zuusaburou Shigeki, chairman of Kikkoman Corporation
Kazuhisa Ogawa, military analyst
Toshiaki Ogasawara,
president of the daily newspaper Japan Times, most widely read english-language newspaper
Hironobu Narisawa, chair Bunkyu-ku, Tokyo
Souya Hayama, President Olympia Co.,ltd.
Masaaki Hiyama, president of San Trade Co.
Tetsu Komatsu, lawyer
Masakazu Hagiya, lawyer
Tsunetaka Tanaka, president, Hinomoto Jomae Co.
Masatake Makamura, chair on the committee of japanese electrical electronic & information union
Kyoji Takei, chair of the committee of japanese printing union
Sachio Endo, president, Tokyo Local Japanese Trade Union Confederation
Azuma Koshiishi, president of house of councillors of Democratic Party of Japan
Naoto Kan, press speaker for the Democratic Party of Japan
Yukio Hatoyama, secretary-general of Democratic Party of Japan
Katsuya Okada, senior representative of the Democratic Party of Japan
ministry of economy. trade and industry
Seiji Maehara, member of house of representatives of Democratic Party of Japan

The very widespread support for Mr. Fujitas struggle to expose zhe official 9/11 lies could very well make the 9/11 issue become an election issue.for the first time..Japan must hold the election by October at the latest, but the ruling government has been hard pressed to find a favourable opportunity as the country battles its worst recession since World War Two.
The 9/11 issue might play an important in this election. In case Fujita’s party could win at the polls, things may really start to move.

Source: OpEdNews

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