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Transcript Of Japanese Parliament's 911 Testimony
Transcript Of Japanese
Parliament's 911 Testimony
From Benjamin Fulford
Below is a transcript of testimony in the Japanese Parliament that was broadcast live nationwide on NHK television. The Member of Parliament talking about 911 is Yukihisa Fujita from the Democratic Party of Japan. After the testimony Mr. Fujita says he got lots of phone calls from other members of Parliament thanking him for having the bravery to bring up 911 in Parliament. He also got one death threat.
Meanwhile, I asked the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan to invite him for a press conference. Each of several attempts to send an e-mail to the FCCJ about this resulting in my hotmail account freezing and my computer crashing. Also, it was amazing to watch the shameless verbal acrobatics of American corporate journalists trying to prevent this press conference from taking place. Fortunately, journalists from the rest of the world supported a press conference and we will try to get it to take place as soon as possible.
The secret government's control of Japan is falling apart. A few weeks ago one of Japan's leading commercial TV networks also broadcast a 911 truth program during prime time. One other national network and several local networks have also broadcast such programs.
The people of Japan do not want to finance genocidal mass murderers any more///
Head of the committee: We will now begin the first session of the defense and foreign affairs committee.
We will now start discussing the special anti-terror law. .We now call on Mr. Yukihisa Fujita
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On Friday, January 10, 2008 the Japanese
government has taken rare steps
to force parliamentary approval of a controversial bill reviving
a naval mission in the Indian Ocean in support of US-led forces
Ahead of the voting Councilor Yukihisa Fujita of Democratic Party
of Japan, made a statement
at the House of Councillors, the National Diet (parliament) of
For 30 minutes he questioned the official version of 9/11
presented to the japanese government and the public by the US
He concluded that the japanese governments support of the
"war against terror" is solely
based on information provided by the US-administration. He
demanded further investigations and questions being answered in
of the governments drive to support the war more actively.
Councilor Fujity asked the current Prime Minister Fukuda, who was
the Chief Cabinet Secretary under Koizumi cabinet in 2001 .
"How could terrorists attacked the Pentagon?"
Mr Fujita stressed that of the 24 people that died on 9/11 only
13 were identified and 11 bodies remain unaccounted for.
He pointed out that there was never an official police
investigation into the deaths of these japanese nationals.
He asked whether terrorism is crime or war. Some Japanese people
were killed, so he believes this was a crime and the japanese
should investigate the real suspects.
The Japanese government assumed that the suspect was Al-Queda
because Bush told then Prime minister Koizumi in 2001
after the attacks of 9/11 had happened
and later did send the self-defense force to Iraq based on that
Yukihisa Fujita did question Defense Minister Shigeru Ishiba and
Minister of Finance Fukushiro Nukaga about the way
in which the US government did inform the japanese government
about the people responsible for the 9/11 attacks.
He then explained that in the USA many people doubt the official
version of 9/11 and numerous websites and scientists
have collected evidence that contradicts the governments version.
He presented several largescale photographs of: the Pentagon´s
entry and exit holes, the flight path towards the Pentagon,
the exploding WTC towers and the WTC 7 collapse.
He then explained about the suspicious stock
transactions that were conducted in the days before the attacks
and stated that there had be foreknowledge.
After Councilor Yukihisa Fujita`s presentation
the opposition-controlled upper house of parliament rejected the
On the same day the legislation returned to the more powerful
lower house, controlled by Prime Minister Fukuda´s ruling
which used its two-thirds majority to override opposition
objections and force the bill into law.
This move is exceedingly rare in Japan, where the government
tries to maintain the appearance of consensus rule.
The last time the lower house overruled a rejection by the upper
house was in 1951.
The parliamentary session was extended by a month to mid-January
to ensure the bill's approval.
Japan had in the past six years provided logistical support to
forces involved in the war in Afghanistan, mainly supplying fuel
The Democratic Party of Japan (Minshinto) is a social liberal
political party founded in 1998 by the merger of several smaller
It is the second-largest party in the House of Representatives
and the largest party in the House of Councillors,
and it constitutes the primary opposition to the long-dominant
Liberal Democratic Party.
Yukihisa Fujita was elected to the House of Councillors for the
first time in 2007
The party`s leader Ozawa insists the refueling mission violates
Japan's pacifist constitution, and has not been approved formally
by the United Nations
Ozawa claims that oil supplied by Japanese ships has been
diverted for use in
operations in Iraq, an accusation the Americans deny.
Prime Minister Fukuda's predecessor Shinzo Abe resigned in
September last year in part because of his failure
to extend the naval mission in the divided parliament.
PART 1 - this segment covers: War on
Terror - who is the enemy?
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