It was the sheer material and psychological might of the Soviet Red Army that ‘liberated’ China from the malicious grip of the Kwantung Army of Imperial Japan during a few weeks of fighting in late 1945! The Soviet Red Army also took various islands North of Mainland Japan (areas often ‘disputed’ as to ownership during Czarist days). From 1945-1991 – entire generations of ethnic Japanese people were brought up within the warm embrace of Soviet ‘Internationalist’ Socialism – and yet very little is heard about this in the West today – primarily upon the grounds that the US does not want the outside world to know of its success! Instead, after pointlessly dropping to atomic bombs on an already supine Japan during late 1945 – and invading Mainland Japan thereafter – Japan’s loss of self-determining ‘freedom’ is now evident as Japan now pursues a US anti-China foreign policy in the region as if it were its own! The objective is clear – through this ‘racist’ activity the US seeks to prevent Japan, China and North Korea from ‘uniting’ around a common anti-US racism policy – whilst exposing this US neo-imperialist strategy for what it is and expelling from the region for good!
Category: Yanagi Ryuken
A number of articles translated from Japanese-language sources regarding the well-known martial arts Master in Japan considered a ‘fraud’ in the West and a Spiritual Healer in the East!
The Curious Case Yanagi Ryuken Part III (2012-2022) In His Own Words
Translator’s Note: Ironically, Yanagi Ryuken was born in the USSR during 1941 and not in Japan. Indeed, he was born in those islands ‘North’ of Japan which
The Curious Case of Yanagi Ryuken Part II (2006-2011) – Sanae Kikuta
Firstly, there is much talk in China and Japan that the 2006 fight held in the Hokkaido General Gymnasium (attracting a crowd of around 200 spectators to Sapporo) – a challenge match between 65-year-old Yanagi Ryuken (柳龍拳 – Liu Long Quan) Height 170cm, Weight 77Kg and the 35-year-old Iwakura Tsuyoshi (岩倉豪 – Yan Cang Hao) Height 165cm, Weight 76Kg, a Japanese journalist and political activist trained in Judo, Karate and Brazilian Jujitsu (that occurred on November 26th) was ‘fixed’.
The Curious Case of Yanagi Ryuken Part I (1941-2006) – Iwakura Tsuyoshi
Background information to the infamous 2006 challenge match between Yanagi Ryuken and Iwakura Tsuyoshi in Japan, the video of which went viral in a matter of hours in both Asia and Japan. Curiously, despite Yanagi’s lose – he is as popular as ever in Japan, whereas Iwakura Tsuyoshi has disappeared into obscurity.