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Q & A - Abe got shot



I keep reading this article in the USA Today about Shinzo Abe and what he is known for covers what the lord is against. Still chewing on what happened.


Yahoo! News link to the USA Today story



The American connection

When I heard the story, I was not too sure what to make of it. To be frank, I did not render it the importance that the media was apparently attributing to it, so I barely gave it much thought. However, as I would read the headlines about it, my first thought would always be "Abe got shot!", but, in my head, I would pronounce "Abe" as an English word, i.e. the way that the abbreviation of "Abraham" would be pronounced. To be frank, I do not know to this day how the Japanese or the media pronounce it, given that I basically do not listen to news anymore due to the prevailing and often insufferable bias (so I limit myself to reading news from a few and often less than perfect sources). I have the feeling that the Japanese must pronounce it more like 2 syllables: Ah-beh, with the "beh" sounding more like the beginning of the English word "better" than the English word "bay". Even so, I felt that the spiritual pronunciation of the name needed to be a single syllable, like the beginning of the English word "able".


Thus, when I would feel led to exclaim within myself, "Abe got shot!", I would end up saying it with great joy. "Why?", you may ask. If you have been listening to recent audio snippets, you may know why. As the Lord has had me making those recordings, I have on occasions felt led to attack revered President Abe Lincoln rather harshly, and, on at least one recent snippet, I believe I spoke of how overjoyed I often felt at the thought of John Wilkes Booth putting a bullet through his head because he deserved it out of his stubborn refusal to do what God kept calling him to do. God enabled him through opportunities that had not been made available to anyone else. In other words, he was able but unwilling to carry out God's full plan against slavery and against the spiritually corrupted federalist system in America. Abe always opted for the "safest" choice that both satiated his conscience and would, in his mind, ensure his "legacy". Abe did not want to go down in history as the man under whose watch the United States had disintegrated, so he was constantly willing to make subtle compromises so as to bring/woo the South back into the Union (but without seeming to change his stance on slavery, for that would have made him look weak in the history books). Hence, this writer sincerely believes that, as the Lord had me ranting about His wrath against Abe Lincoln, something was stirred in the spiritual atmosphere that eventually led to the assassination of the Japanese "Abe". And, to be frank, this writer feels no sorrow whatsoever over having contributed to the triggering of that event, for it not only served as divine justice against Abe but it certified what God thinks of the American "Abe".


We go into greater details in the audio snippets regarding what Abe Lincoln did wrong, and are actually slated to do so in the upcoming snippets (as a result of the content sequence we have been following until now, not the Japanese Abe's assassination). Hence, it is slightly outside the scope of this reply to go into those details, but we can summarise them the following way: Lincoln was never committed to ending slavery and raising the status of black people. He knew that slavery was evil, but he was more concerned about the damage it was doing to the country's unity than about what it was doing to black people. His ideal solution was to deport all black people back to Africa, which would have solved everything in Lincoln's mind. Even as the South raged in unyielding warfare, Lincoln refused to end slavery and kept looking for a quick reconciliation to "restore the Union", even if it meant preserving slavery. This is why he never went full-throttle against the South, keeping the inept racist McClellan in command of the Union forces until he had no choice but to replace him because the man's incompetence had become too embarrassingly obvious. And, even as he finally allowed God to place the right people in charge (Sherman and Grant) and the North began to take charge, Abe kept reaching out to the South, to the point that he discarded the abolitionist Hannibal Hamlin as his Vice President, replacing him with a bastard Southerner, a son of a whore from Tennessee, as his running mate in the 1864 election (even as he knew that the 1864 election would be held in the North only, meaning that there was no need to pander the whorish and recalcitrantly God-defying South). By embracing the bastard Andrew Johnson, Abe inadvertently guaranteed that the brief period available to set things right with black people in the South would be ruined by the stonewalling Johnson who took over in the White House after Abe's well-deserved early death. Even Abe's much vaunted "Emancipation Proclamation" (which took him some 2 years to propose) is a pathetic sham when you consider not only what it actually said but the message that Abe Lincoln issued to the South right before he "boldly" proclaimed an emancipation that was deliberately intended to free very, very few people, for "God forbid" that he would do something to really get the South angry (sadly, the reality behind the Emancipation Proclamation is plain and evident to anyone who looks it up but is rarely known because teachers in America never bother to teach all the details behind it).


More liberal than not

Having (briefly) explained why the American Abe deserved to be assassinated, the question then becomes, Did the Japanese Abe deserve to be assassinated as well? The answer becomes clear as you meditate on what Abe stood for. When I began to read the USA Today article the site visitor had linked to, I found it interesting that the writer of the article spoke of how Abe "angered liberals" with his policies and message. I also found it interesting that some of his supporters were labelled as "ultra-conservative" (as a parenthesis, I find it interesting how I never read the media calling someone a "radical leftist". an "ultra-liberal", or a "left-winger"; words such as "radical", "ultra", and "winger" only seem to apply to people considered right of centre). Given the labels applied to him, one would be naturally inclined to consider Abe one of the "good guys" (if you are angering the easily-angered liberals, you must be doing something right!).


However, as I read the article, it became clear that the words "liberal" and "conservative" did not have the meaning (to the article's author and/or to the Japanese) that they do in America, especially to a non-liberal American. The article spoke of how Abe wanted to change the Japanese Constitution to free Japan from the shackle that had been placed on it by America after losing World War II, a shackle that limited Japan's ability to develop its independent military power. Abe also resented America's nuclear attacks against Japan, considering them excessive and unfair punishment. Abe also resented the Korean and Chinese people's demands for a real apology for the atrocities that the Japanese committed against them during World War II, considering such demands unnecessary because, in his view, Japan's actions were not "that atrocious" and Japan had already "apologised more than enough" (I am paraphrasing here).


After reading that, it became clear that Abe was anything but a "liberal-angering ultra-conservative", at least by American standards. America-hating liberals are always criticising the "racist white American government" for having dropped the 2 atomic bombs on the "innocent yellow men and women" of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and they resent America's "permanent humiliation" of a "proud and great" nation and empire just because they are not "white" like America. Hence, it makes perfect sense that the USA Today article mentions how sad barack hussein obastard was at the killing of Abe and how the senile bastard (and election thief) who currently shuffles his filthy feet in the White House also went out of his way to sign the "condolence book" in the Japanese embassy to express his sadness over Abe's death. Would the senile bastard have done the same if Bolsonaro's assassination attempt had succeeded? Or would obastard have expressed any complimentary words about Bolsonaro or voiced words of consolation towards the Bolsonaro family? Obviously not!!! Hence, we can safely conclude that Abe was more compatible with America's radical left than he ever was with American conservatives, which would explain why both Abe and obastard appear to be smiling with joy in the Yahoo! article photograph taken when Abe visited obastard in the White House some 10-15 years ago (remember, the arrogant and self-righteous son-of-a-whore obastard is not one to hide his disdain of others, so no such sincere smile would have appeared on his face if Abe was not to his eternally-damned soul's liking).


Vicious Japanese animals

What, then, should we think about Abe's policies and ideas? Were obastard and the senile bastard for once on the right side of truth for embracing Abe? The answer becomes clear when one considers the basic premise of his thinking: that Japan was not as evil during World War II as the Chinese, Koreans, and Americans have made them out to be and that Japan did not deserve 2 nuclear bombs dropped on them. As you may know from reading this website's articles (and possibly watching the posted videos and listening to the posted audios), I am not a person who derives his identity from race, ethnicity, or other ephemeral factors, meaning that I do not support something because it makes "my race" look good or reject something because it makes "my race" look bad. Thus, what I am about to say is derived from an objective judgement that does not care about exalting one race or culture over others just because "it is mine". My father was not born in China, but he grew up there, and he had the misfortune of going through the entire period of war with Japan as a child whilst growing up in Canton and Hong Kong. On a couple of occasions, he shared with me that, at the age of 10, he was playing in some field with another young kid when they suddenly heard a plane flying overhead. It was a Japanese plane, and, when the pilot saw that there were 2 Chinese kids playing down in the open field below, he swooped down to shoot at them. My father and his young friend literally ran for their lives, and they were able to hide in some nearby rice field before the Japanese plane flew away. Thankfully, neither of them was injured, and it is unclear to me whether they survived because the pilot simply "missed" due to God's intervention or because the pilot was simply "toying" with them (I lean towards the former). Regardless, that incident illustrates the brutality of the Japanese against their Oriental neighbours during World War II.


I also remember my father describing to me what the Japanese did when they invaded Nanking. Even though he was not there when it happened, he found out through word of mouth what the Japanese had done there. According to him, when the Japanese soldiers entered the city of Nanking, they went from house to house raping women, destroying property, and they would snatch the babies from the arms of pleading mothers, throw them up in the air, and then "catch" them with their bayonets. They would then laugh over the impaled baby as the mother cried in agonising shock and then move on to the next house. As a kid, I would honestly be a tad sceptical about the brutality of my father's account, wondering if he was adding some "extra sauce" to what actually happened. As I grew up and began to look up what happened in Nanking, I found that my father's account was actually historically accurate. In the Nanking massacre, the Japanese army murdered some 200,000 civilians and raped over 20,000 women over a period of 6 weeks, and they did so, not to conquer the city, but because they had conquered it.


The Nanking massacre was not an "isolated" incident perpetrated by a rogue Japanese battalion. It was part of a consistent behaviour by the Japanese against their fellow Orientals, motivated in great part by an overt racism that made them believe that the Chinese, the Koreans, the Vietnamese, and all the other Orientals were inherently inferior to the Japanese and deserved to be dominated and tortured at will. This is why, as you may have heard, they were so keen on enslaving the women of conquered areas, forcing them to serve as "prostitutes" for the randy Japanese soldiers, which they did with brutal frequency in countries such as Korea (apparently because they took a liking to the whiter Korean women).


Hard to say "I'm sorry" in Japanese

Having grown up with greater-than-average exposure to Oriental people, I can safely say that neither the Chinese, the Koreans, nor, say, the Vietnamese, have the stubborn determination and outright pride that the Japanese breed in their culture. For example, you never hear of a Chinese or Korean ever thinking about "falling on his sword" (literally) to avoid shaming his country's or family's honour. Japan was so proud of itself and its prowess that it was determined, like few other nations on Earth, to go down swinging against the Americans, for anything else would have been "dishonourable". Hence, only an idiot white liberal (devoid of understanding about the world outside of America) would be so naive as to think that the Japanese would have peacefully surrendered (like Lee at Appomattox) if America had tried to be "reasonable and fair" with them. The Japanese would have gone down swinging, and they would have violently fought the Americans every inch of the way, from the beaches of Japan to the palace of son-of-a-whore hirohito.


As the Americans neared the Japanese archipelago (known in the spirit realm as the "Oriental Moabite Islands"), there was absolutely no repentance in the Japanese. There was no national call for self-examination and a re-evaluation of what they had just done or how they had done it. Dropping the 2 bombs on them was the only choice, and it actually did little more than "tie the death-toll score" for the 200,000 innocent civilians that the Japanese murdered in Nanking alone (not before raping and terrorising them). What the Japanese did in Nanking had no military justification. What was done to them in Hiroshima and Nagasaki did. And even Nagasaki became necessary after Hiroshima was not enough to bend their locked knee. Sadly, the idiot Truman (who does deserve praise for making the right decision on the bombs) did not go far enough in demanding a true and absolute surrender in which hirohito and his generals would be tried for their crimes against humanity, and no effort was made to force the Japanese to apologise to their conquered victims for the atrocities that they had committed. However, Truman's decision not to do this is "understandable", given that, as a democrat and as the former vice-president to the bigoted FDR, Truman was a racist who was probably more interested in ending the loss of life of white American soldiers than in demanding justice for the yellow Chinese man. Naturally, he would have never taken such a stance had the Japanese committed their atrocities against white Europeans (this is not a sarcastic exaggeration; it is a statement of spiritual fact). Whereas conservative Republicans commit the sin of indifference when it comes to racism, the real racists in America have always been (and will always be) the liberal white democrats, who have always kept non-whites down either by directly oppressing them or pretending to care about them through policies that actually destroy and undermine them from within.


Should we simply forgive?

Before proceeding, I must clarify that, despite what my father personally experienced with the Japanese, he never had any active and bitter resentment against them, and he would occasionally praise them for their technological progress. In fact, when I was a young lad, he actually asked a Japanese acquaintance to teach me Japanese, and this acquaintance actually attempted for a couple of weeks to teach me the Japanese alphabet and a few words. But, even as a young lad, and without me voicing an explicit disagreement, there was something in me that resisted the whole thing, and the efforts to get me to learn Japanese soon ceased. To this day, I refuse to eat Japanese food or engage in any activity that promotes or exalts the Japanese culture, and I shall continue to do so until I hear a sincere apology from the Japanese people saying, "We are sorry for what we did to you. We are sorry for what we did to the Chinese people, the Korean people, the Vietnamese people, and all the other people that we tortured, murdered, and tyrannised during our mad spree. And we are sorry for covering up for hirohito, our Hitler, and for protecting him and honouring him until he died at a ripe old age in the comfort of his home. We are sorry for hiding the atrocities we committed from our children and our children's children for decades and decades in our school system. We have sinned before God and man, and we sincerely ask that you find it in your hearts to forgive us.". Believe you me, I am not holding my breath waiting for that apology, and no disgusting piece of sushi shall enter my mouth in the meantime. Instead, I shall rejoice when proud and loved-by-obastard Japanese like Abe are shot down and forced to have a taste of what their beloved Japanese soldiers did to millions of innocent men, women, and children. God's judgement against Japan shall not be mocked or buried under the sand of any Japanese beach.


Some believers who do not understand what Scripture truly says about forgiveness may read the above paragraph and cringe at its lack of "Christian love and forgiveness". However, as we have explained in detail before, forgiveness has the pre-requisite of repentance, meaning that it is actually a sin against God to forgive someone who has not repented, for such forgiveness actually stunts the restoration process, not only for those who were harmed but for the harmer himself. Why? Because it stops the judgements necessary to bring the harmer to his knees and enable a transformation that will bring him an eternal reward, meaning that, if you truly love those who harmed you, you will want to judge them and demand a repentance from them to ensure that they do not lose the eternal blessing awaiting them. And, even if it is a certainty that the harmer will not repent, the judgement against him will guarantee that the evil in him will die with him and not infect other people whose eternal blessing will be lost for having been exposed to that harmer's unjudged evil.


"Take heed to yourselves: If thy brother trespass against thee, rebuke him; and if he repent, forgive him." (Luke 17:3)


"42 And whosoever shall offend one of these little ones that believe in me, it is better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he were cast into the sea. 43 And if thy hand offend thee, cut it off: it is better for thee to enter into life maimed, than having two hands to go into hell, into the fire that never shall be quenched: 44 Where their worm dieth not, and the fire is not quenched." (Mark 9:42-44)

[Notice how "unforgiving" the "New Testament" God is towards those who "offend" His little ones, and we are called to be forgiving towards others just as God is forgiving towards man]


"11 And he said unto them, Unto you it is given to know the mystery of the kingdom of God: but unto them that are without, all these things are done in parables: 12 That seeing they may see, and not perceive; and hearing they may hear, and not understand; lest at any time they should be converted, and their sins should be forgiven them." (Mark 4:11-12)

[Notice how the "New Testament" God hides certain things from certain people to prevent them converting because, as long as they do not convert, forgiveness is out of their reach. This is God's reaction when we arrogantly defy Him. By contrast, matriarchals are always extending forgiveness to the recalcitrant proud, all in an effort to be more compassionate than the "cruel and unyielding" God of the Bible.]


"18 And the LORD drave out from before us all the people, even the Amorites which dwelt in the land: therefore will we also serve the LORD; for he is our God. 19 And Joshua said unto the people, Ye cannot serve the LORD: for he is an holy God; he is a jealous God; he will not forgive your transgressions nor your sins. 20 If ye forsake the LORD, and serve strange gods, then he will turn and do you hurt, and consume you, after that he hath done you good." (Joshua 24:18-20)


Having said all of the above, I now understand a headline that appeared shortly after Abe's assassination, which read something like this: "Restaurants in China celebrate Abe's death". Not knowing about Abe, the initial thought in my natural understanding was, "The Chinese communists are so evil and cruel that they have taught the Chinese populace to be violent and savage". Now I know why the Chinese rejoiced, and I now join them in their rejoicing! Hallelujah! Glory to the God of Israel, for the very evil that Abe denied about his fellow countrymen has been applied to him, and he is now in Sheol with hirohito and the other Japanese murderers from World War II, hearing first-hand accounts of the atrocities that they committed (accounts interspersed with their occasional screams of excruciating pain, which will give Abe a sense of what these murderers heard as they joyously tortured their fellow Orientals). Rejoice and be glad for what the Lord has done.


"9 Be ye not as the horse, or as the mule, which have no understanding: whose mouth must be held in with bit and bridle, lest they come near unto thee. 10 Many sorrows shall be to the wicked: but he that trusteth in the LORD, mercy shall compass him about. 11 Be glad in the LORD, and rejoice, ye righteous: and shout for joy, all ye that are upright in heart." (Psalm 32:9-11)