Japanese urged to undertake reforms

Japanese urged to undertake reforms

Japanese urged to undertake reforms

The Business Herald, 5 October 2000, headlined Japan
Indebted.

"If Japan were a company, it would be bust, according
to a Finance Ministry draft of a national balance sheet that shows in the
worst-case scenario, Government liabilities exceed assets by 780 trillion yen
($18.04 trillion)" End Quote.

To those who are familiar with the plan for World
Government, you will not be surprised to know that the Japanese have been urged
to follow the New Zealand plan and restructure their whole system and privatise
as quickly as possible, thus selling out sovereignty as has happened in the land
of New Zealand and other countries who have followed their example.

Possibly now that George W. Bush has been elected President
of the United States this will be the time the Japanese sell up their country
along with other countries around the world, much as they hate to do it as many
of the businesses have been in their families for generations.

I quote from the Waikato Times, 1 November 2000. Japanese
urged to undertake reforms.

"For its own sake and for the sake of the world
economy, Japan can no longer afford to delay far-reaching reforms, according to
former US Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin....

"Structural change, including market-opening, is a powerful
policy for promoting growth and a powerful cure for fiscal problems, and in my
view should be at the centre of economic policy for Japan to get back on track."...

Above all, the Government needed to develop the consensus and
political will to overcome the resistance to reform.

"I believe that Japan is very likely to do what it needs to
do but that Japan and the rest of the world would benefit greatly from this
happening sooner rather than later," said Rubin..." End Quote.

It is obvious that unless every country in the world
sells out their sovereignty through privatisation of Government departments and
assets, this would leave them with the possible opportunity to go it alone and
this is against all the policies of the World Government planners.

Therefore with China in the World Trade Organisation trap and
Japan in the Reform program trap, we will watch the rest of South-east Asia also
get caught up in this scam and observe the whole world system change for the
worse.

The biggest misnomer used in the world today is the word "reform".
According to my understanding of that word, it means to make better, but
in no case have these so called reforms assisted any individual who wants to
make an honest living in any country on earth today.

The only folk who really enjoy the reforms are those at the
top who are organising this system and their cronies who get their lions share
of the asset once their government friends open the market for them.

Christians rejoice, in as much as we know that God Himself
knows exactly what is going on and has plans of his own.

We read a very powerful Scripture in the book of James 5:1-5

"Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries
that shall come upon you. Your riches are corrupted, and your garments are
motheaten. Your gold and silver is cankered, and the rust of them shall be a
witness against you, and shall eat your flesh as it were fire. Ye have heaped
treasure together for the last days. Behold, the hire of the labourers who
have reaped down your fields, which is of you kept back by fraud, crieth, and
the cries of them which have reaped are entered into the ears of the Lord of
Sabaoth. Ye have lived in pleasure on the earth, and been wanton, ye have
nourished your hearts, as in the day of slaughter
."

The Scripture has well said, "Whatsoever a man soeth, that
shall he also reap."

Vengeance is mine saith the Lord, I will repay