The Sunni Triangle as the Next Okinawa

D.W. MacKenzie deconstructs the popularity of the Marshall Plan, noting that its benefits to Japan and West Germany have been grossly exaggerated. But if two devastated countries with few natural resources recovered without handouts, why send $87 billion (first installment only) to a country swimming in petrol?

MacKenzie concentrates on the negative effects such a program will have on Iraq:

George Bush may well be planting the seeds of the next round of political misadventures with his plan for foreign aid for Iraq and Afghanistan. What real basis is there for President Bush’s plan to aid these nations? Has the president performed the proper calculation to see if this aid will promote economic efficiency? Bush’s record seems so far to be in line with that of other politicians in the past. Well-connected special interests—those with ties to President Bush—are benefiting the most from the postwar efforts to rebuild Iraq. Why should we not also expect politically connected special interests in the newly emerging Iraq to do the same?

All true, but this is precisely why we’re sending the aid– to ensure U.S. vassals control Iraq for generations to come, just like the Liberal Democrats in Japan, thus allowing a permanent military presence in the country. In Japan, that presence has come at the expense of Okinawans, whose attempts to bring the U.S. military to justice for murder, rape, and land confiscation are almost always squelched by Tokyo. Expect similar ethnic, religious, and/or geographic factors to determine the placement of U.S. bases in Iraq.

6 thoughts on “The Sunni Triangle as the Next Okinawa”

  1. Through my readings on Okinawan history, society, and the Battle of Okinawa, I am rather confused.

    From my readings I have found the following:

    The beginning of the Pacific War

    -Pearl Harbor appears to have been a stand down operation as shipping lanes were cleared for the Japanese, and various other bits of important information withheld; all very likely to have been orchestrated by the State Department/CFR/Freemasons.

    The end of the Pacific War, like the beginning was even more mysterious.

    – General Macarthur stated in his memoirs that the battles fought at the end of the war were all mismanaged, resulting in high loss in human lives on both sides.

    – Prior to the Battle of Okinawa, the Japanese moved the 9th Army from Okinawa to join the 10th Army Taiwan, late 1944, to Janaury1945. The 9th Army was known as one of the best fighting units. Researchers are still questioning this move.

    – The Americans walked onto unprotected, undefended beaches on April 1, 1945. As an afterthought, the Japanese military reported that the beaches should have been protected

    – An airport was constructed by thousands of Okinawans just prior to the battle. The undefended airport was immediately captured and secured by the Americans.

    – Civilians on Okinawa were divided. The elites were mostly moved off the main island to Taiwan, northern Japan, and possibly other islands. Some talented people were told to move to the north part of the Island of Okinawa. The remaining poor civilians were in the southern battle zone. They were told to fight the Americans with sticks and commit suicide rather than surrender. Japanese soldier murdered Okinawan civilians.

    – The American Commander on Okinawa, General Simon Bolivar Buckner, was inept. Bought from his recruit training position in Alaska, coordinated the effort which was questioned by many of his subordinates on Okinawa. Buckner was reportedly killed by a fragment of coral, which had entered his chest after a Japanese mortar landed nearby, on June 17/18 1945.

    – Days later two Japanese Commanders on the Island committed suicide and the Battle was “officially” over on June 21, 1945.


    Nations have used foreign conflicts to manage domestic issues.

    Freemasons were getting a foothold in Japanese politics in the 1930s.

    There was a eugenics program in place that promoted the sterilization of genetically inferior people. The wording appears to be very similar to the League of Nations’ eugenics proposal.

    Okinawans were of very low human capital value.

    Social disorder, Diaspora, and famine were driving people out of Okinawa since the 1890s.

    The Japanese left the League of Nations in 1934, however, continued to pay membership fees until 1938.

    During the Cairo Conference on November 27, 1943, the Cairo Declaration intended to separate Okinawa from Japanese Mainland, once Japan had surrendered.

    Okinawa was made a UN Trusteeship immediately after the surrender of Japan. This is a secret to most people, however, document are open to the public.

    Could we not conclude that the UN is at least partially responsible for the genocide on Okinawa? Any insight would be helpful.

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