Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Stop the Presses

This blog editor is well known for his advocacy of World Vatican Control, so when we make a major stride forward it is important to get the word out and let loose a little celebration.

The new Prime Minister of Japan is a Roman Catholic. Now, historically Roman Catholics had made some real headway in the land of the rising sun. Throughout the 19th and early 20th Centuries we had made some real headway in the land of the rising son. Catholicism had really taken quite a foothold in two Japanese cities, Hiroshima and Nagasaki but we all know how that turned out.

Well, things have been in high gear the 50 years or so and today is the culmination of that. I present to you Mr. Taro Aso. (from the Washington times)

The 68-year-old former Olympic sharpshooter was declared premier after the LDP-controlled lower house overruled the upper house, which had voted for Ichiro Ozawa, the chief of the opposition Democratic Party of Japan.

Aso, known for his rightist leanings and acerbic wisecracks, will lead a country wracked by political divisions and spiking concerns over the economy, which has stalled amid the ballooning financial crisis in the United States.

He recently drew ire, for instance, by comparing the top opposition party to the Nazis. In 2001, he was forced to apologize after saying the ideal country would be one that attracts "the richest Jewish people."

Why apologize for wanting to attract rich Jews? They're excellent citizens here in the USA and we've benefited from their emigration here.

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