Painter sent me this link and asked if I couldn't translate it for him. This is similar in content to a longer piece he wrote in English that has been posted in the Alt. Theories forum, but worth posting nonetheless.
The original Japanese is here
Titled "America no ikikata", which translates loosely to "Where America goes from here".
First he explains what just happened in the US - noting that congress, under pressure from the populace, finally got a backbone and stood up to their financial overlords (he uses the word "rebellion"). He also mentions that even if the bailout passed it would be but a drop in the bucket compared to the amount of insolvency we are facing. He says that the US faces a "black hole" on October 5th.
He predicts 3 possible ways things can go.
One, the end of Zionist rule in America and a rebirth of democracy and freedom.
Two, civil war.
Three, military rule in the US and expansion of war abroad.
He thinks the chances are greater for either #'s one or two.
The last part of the blurb is the hardest, I'm not sure I know exactly what he means. He talks about the Rothschilds and a rift between two camps ... one Anglo-American and one European. When he talks about the "rift" I'm not sure if he means the Rothschilds themselves or those spheres (and their leadership) in a more general way. (That's not because he's unclear, I just think my Japanese isn't good enough.) Then he says that at the same time forces who would bring down this rule (he uses the word "dissident") are gathering strength.
In closing, whichever way things turn out, we are in tumultuous times.
I just want to say that this guy is waking a lot of people up here in Japan. His command of the Japanese language is impressive, as are his credentials (former writer for Forbes magazine). Some of the things he talks about sometimes may seem incredulous, but Fulford has inside connections here and who knows ... maybe the western shadow government CAN threaten the Japanese with earthquakes. Regardless, I applaud him for his tireless activity and positive outlook. Fulford sees the current crisis as a chance for liberty.
I tend to agree ... If I may read between the lines, if the really destructive facet of the corporate/political machine behind the scenes in the US weren't in trouble, they wouldn't be panicking right now trying so hard to get this bailout package passed. The fact that the House stood up to the rascals, "rebelled" as Fulford says, and refused to pass it is a very good sign. Not only is it a sign that the influence and power of the Fed and their lackies isn't as omniscient as some would believe, but I believe Fulford is trying to tell us that there are other forces behind the scenes that are rooting for us ... i.e., WE are part of the equation.