Heads of State and Major Politicians Questioned about Terror Attacks
Ben has published over 30 books, including best sellers, in Japanese. Before becoming freelance, his last corporate job was as the Asia Pacific Bureau Chief for Forbes Magazine.
Investigations into the nuclear terror threat against the UK Olympics last summer and into the March 11, 2011 nuclear and tsunami terror attack against Japan have netted a lot of big fish and is starting to zero in on US President Barak Obama, according to MI6, Japanese military intelligence and Japanese royal family sources.
Among people now being questioned are George Bush Sr. and former Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone of Japan, the sources say. Nakasone was taken into custody by six pentagon types last week and is undergoing questioning, a Japanese royal family source says.
Also, Japanese Zionist politician Shintaro Ishihara has been reported missing by his family and yakuza sources say he has been tortured to death (in the official news says Ishihara has been hospitalized and is not receiving visitors).
Obama was implicated because he orchestrated the illegal ouster of Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd in 2010 when Rudd started warning of an imminent nuclear terror threat to Japan, according to Australian police sources. The affair, referred to by investigators Ruddgate, amay be the one that finally ousts the cabal.
Rudd was ousted three days after an Australian agent, named Alexander Moore, went to the Australian embassy in Tokyo with proof that a nuclear weapon had been smuggled into Japan for terrorist purposes. The embassy forwarded the proof to then Prime Minister Rudd as well as to US President Obama.
Obama then ordered the ouster of Rudd in order to allow the nuclear and tsunami terror attack on Japan to continue as planned, the Australian intelligence agency sources say.
Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd
The man operationally in charge of the terror attack on Japan was Christopher Stevens who was the “ambassador Stevens” tortured to death in Libya last year.