ずくなしの冷や水

2019年09月12日

イランでは男性選手のサッカー試合会場に女性は入れない

この3月、テヘランでサッカーチームファンの女性29歳が変装してスタジアムに入ろうとしたところ、逮捕され、その後保釈金を払って保釈されたものの、自分の携帯電話を役所に受け取りに行った際に誰かから6か月の服役になりうると聞かされ、9月初めに裁判所で焼身自殺した事件がありました。
この事件を巡り、西側のメディアは女性差別が女性の焼身自殺の原因だと書き立て、イラン政府は火消しに躍起のようです。
客観的に見て、女性は男性のサッカーの試合会場に入れないとのルールは、西側から見れば強い違和感があります。人権問題ととらえることもできます。ヒジャブも法律で強制されています。
他に男女の交遊なども厳しく抑制されています。
米国との緊張が高まっている中、イランの新しい課題となりましょう。イランも人権問題については、サウジに似たようなものとの印象が広まりかねません。

FARSNEWS2019/9/12
Controversy over Blue Girl's Death
TEHRAN (FNA)- Sahar Khodayari, famous as Blue Girl, a reference to the color of her favorite team, Esteghlal, set herself on fire at Tehran’s main courthouse on September 3 after she rejected medication for her bipolar disorder for about a year, her family members said, while opposition continues attempt to link her death to the stadium ban on women in Iran.

Media reports first quoted one of her friends as saying that Sahar, 29, set fire on herself after learning she could face six months in prison for sneaking into a men’s match in March. But the claim was immediately rejected by the judiciary, saying that no decree had been issued for Sahar yet and her case was still being studied. Later her family said her arrest was not even for her failed attempt to sneak into the stadium, but for violating the country's law on Hijab - Islamic code of dressing - and for struggling and insulting the policemen at the gates of Tehran's iconic Azadi Stadium.

Sahar's sister confirmed to the Persian-language Hamshahri newspaper that she had been detained for improper hijab, disguising herself as men to enter the stadium and after struggling with the police and insulting officers.

She added that when Sahar entered the stadium last March to watch a football match between Esteghlal and al-Ain teams in Tehran, the police officers stopped her for physical inspection but she told them not to touch her because she was a girl and then she was detained.

Sahar's sister noted that the family was immediately informed of her detention and went to the police office to release their daughter but the interrogator said that they had to provide a bail for her freedom.

"We did not have the money to provide the bond at that moment" and when the family provided the bond the day after Sahar's arrest but since it was Thursday (the weekend) they had to wait until Saturday for Sahar to be freed, she said.

"Sahar went to the prosecutor's office a few weeks later to collect her cell phone. It seems that she heard from someone (who is not known if he was an official or not) there that she would receive a 6-month jail term," Sahar's sister said.

"Of course, my sister had a record of illness and bipolar disorder. Several years ago, she committed suicide when she was a university student and was hospitalized for a while. All related medical documents also exist," she said.

Also, Heidar Ali Khodayari, Sahar's father, confirmed that his daughter had mental disorder and was on medication, but meantime, said that Sahar did not believe that she was sick and resisted and refused to take her pills, but her mother poured the medicine in drinks so that she does not understand.

"Yet, her mother had stopped force-giving Sahar her medicine since a year ago. Doctors had warned of the grave impacts of any pause in her treatment and said that she might do dangerous things. Her doctor had also cautioned about the side effects of the drugs, including blindness, and her mother, hence, had stopped giving her medicine anymore," he said.

After setting fire on herself, Sahar was transferred to Tehran’s Motahhari Hospital with third-degree burns on 90 percent of her body and severe damage to her lungs. She died on September 9, at 4am.

Sahar was a fan of the football club, Esteghlal, and since her self-immolation, the western-based media have rushed take the opportunity to blame Iranian policies and the establishment for her death, rather than her mental problems.

Disrespecting Sahar's death and her bereaved family's need to privacy for mourning, the Persian and English-language media outlets based in the West have used deviations and fabrication in the story to ignore Sahar's earlier suicide attempts to claim that she is dead in protest at the Iran's stadium ban on women.

While, Persian-language media outlets like BBC Persian completely ignored Sahar's mental health record completely for days, the English versions came to only touch the issue on the surface to later convince the audience that her bipolar disorder deteriorated after two days of detention at the police station, never bothering to explain that Sahar had stopped taking her pills for about a year, and that her self-immolation happened several weeks after she was released from detention on bail.

They also claim that she set herself on fire after she was given a 6-month prison term (some like Al-Jazeera claimed that she was to be given a two-year jail term), while her sister and father have in several interviews with different Iranian media stressed that her case was under study and no court session had even been set.

Sahar's story is full of controversy as the opposition of the Islamic Republic from the US State Department's admittedly paid agent Massih Alinejad to the widow of the dethroned Pahlavy king, Farah Diba, have rushed to take the opportunity to change the completely sad story of the end of a 29-year-old girl to a means for their political ends, sparing her bereaved family no time to mourn on the death of their beloved one and forcing her father to appear on Iranian TV to reject such opposition reports and reiterate the truth of her death.

In an interview with the state-run TV channel two last night, Mr. Khodayari begged those misusing her daughter's death to stop fabrications in a show of respect for the family.



posted by ZUKUNASHI at 21:49| Comment(0) | 社会・経済

これが丸腰の抗議者だって!! 冗談もほどほどにしてくれ

トランプに戦車で攻めて来いと言っています。


これが丸腰ですか?



黄色の円内はmolotov cocktail、火炎瓶です。


無責任なツイートや情報を発信していた人は、識別して今後の情報収集に当たっては注意したほうが良いでしょう。単にムードに乗って発言、発信している可能性が大です。戦争ムードが高まれば簡単に迎合するかもしれません。

RT2019/9/11
Pro-Hong Kong rally in DC against ‘CHINAZI regime’ being sponsored with US govt-linked money
A planned Washington DC protest in support of Hong Kong activists and promoting the ‘Chinazi’ flag is being sponsored by at least six organizations backed by the notoriously shady, US-funded National Endowment for Democracy (NED).

Posters for the event circulated online contain an image of the so-called ‘Chinazi’ flag – an altered version of the Chinese national flag with the yellow stars arranged to form a swastika and with a hammer and sickle placed in the center.

Protesters plan to form a human chain encircling the Chinese Embassy in Washington to protest the “Chinazi regime” and call for an independent Hong Kong. The #Chinazi hashtag has also become popular with activists on Twitter.

RT2019/9/9
‘Force is one of our methods’ masked Hong Kong protesters reveal on VIDEO
A number of masked, black-clad protesters in Hong Kong are very organized and do not hesitate to use force against police or property, video footage from the autonomous Chinese city shows.

Video filmed by the news agency Ruptly on Sunday shows black-clad protesters preparing for confrontation with police, dismantling sidewalks to collect rubble as projectiles. They also smashed windows and barricaded the entrance of one MTR subway station.

“Using force is one of our methods, one of our methods to protect ourselves and to protest, since the fire is our war,” one of the masked protesters told Ruptly.

Violence is what the police do, he added, while “protesters are not using violence. They just use force to protect themselves and protect those peaceful protesters."

Video from the Sunday protests showed demonstrators throwing objects at police, who responded with tear gas.

The group of about 100 or so militant protesters wore dark clothing, gas masks and face masks, and appeared well organized, moving in groups.

After protesters started smashing up the MTR station, the black-clad group moved away and marched off.

Protests in the autonomous city began in late March over a proposed law allowing extradition to the Chinese mainland. Although the authorities have withdrawn the bill since, the demonstrators have made additional demands for democracy, while brandishing US and UK flags and clashing with police.

A former British colony for over a century, Hong Kong was restored to Chinese rule in 1997.

RT2019/9/10
‘Force is one of our methods’: Hong Kong protesters don’t hide vandalism & violence in new VIDEO

RT2019/9/10
Western media portrays Hong Kong hooligans as heroes. But are they?
Andre Vltchek

帝国主义掘墓人@lllll93973513氏の2019/9/11のツイート
返信先:@trappedsoldierさん
周庭という女は嘘をついている!その前の右目を失明した女性は、医療報告書の公開を拒否していた。明らかに彼女の失明は警察によるものではない。香港の警察は9月7日に記者会見を開き、過去3ヶ月間の法執行で死亡事件は発生しなかったと発表した。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 16:16| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

ボルトン更迭 これは大ニュース

2019年07月21日
ボルトンはお払い箱に?

この記事が7月下旬ですから首になるまで1か月半かかりました。イラン問題では、ボルトン主導とされるUAEの港でのタンカー5隻の損傷事件(5/12)でUAEが米国の主張に同調することを拒否(6/27)、米国のドローンが撃ち落される(6/20)など誤算が続きました。米国が主唱したホルムズ海峡への軍隊派遣も同調国が少なくつぶれました。

結局、ボルトンの仕掛けは何も意味のある結果を出せなかったのです。ベネズエラの危機も、狙い通りにグアイドが支持を集めることにはなりませんでした。

ボルトンの戦略はことごとく失敗。ポンペオとは対立抗争があったようです。

イラク戦争の推進者。でも時代が変わり、米国の陰謀、策謀はみな見抜かれています。そういう情報が今では世界のどんな小国でも詳しく入手できるのです。このブログでも一昔前なら到底考えられない詳しい情報を転載しています。特にロシアの発信する情報は、TACCやRT経由で流される一般情報でも注意深く読めばいろいろなことがわかります。

世の中の変化を理解していなかった、安全保障アドバイザー。ボルトン起用失敗の教訓を米国は生かせるのか。

2019年08月24日
米国の焦り

・・・・・

ポストボルトンの動きが出ました。まだまだ楽観は禁物ですが、米国はこのところ外交で成果を上げていません。衝突が拡大するばかり。来年の選挙戦で叩かれるのは避けられず、軌道修正が急がれているのも確かでしょう。

RT2019/9/12
Iran thaw coming? After firing chief hawk, Trump hints at lifting sanctions on Tehran
Days after saying he had “no problem” meeting his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani and soon after firing his hawkish adviser John Bolton, US President Donald Trump has hinted he may lift some sanctions on Tehran.

Iran has been under crippling US economic sanctions since the US unilaterally withdrew last May from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA, or Iran Nuclear Deal). Relations between Washington and Tehran have since deteriorated, with the sanctions accompanied by a military buildup in the Persian Gulf and back-and-forth threats from both sides.

But, speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Trump gave a vague hint that detente could be on the way. “We’ll see what happens,” he said, when asked about easing sanctions on Iran, with a view to meeting Rouhani at the UN General Assembly later this month.

Though “we’ll see what happens” is a favorite answer of Trump’s, his use of the phrase marks a softening of his rhetoric towards Iran and its leadership, which as recently as July involved threats of further sanctions and open war.

Trump’s latest statement comes two days after he said he would have “no problem with the idea” of meeting Rouhani on the sidelines of the General Assembly. On Tuesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo –normally a hardliner on Iran– told reporters that Trump is prepared to “meet with no preconditions” but that sanctions would remain in place for the foreseeable future.

Significantly, the latest moves towards diplomacy with Tehran come as Trump fired hawkish National Security Advisor John Bolton. A longtime proponent of military-backed regime change in Iran, Bolton’s departure was announced by Trump in a Tuesday tweet.

Trump made no secret of his foreign policy disagreements with Bolton, allegedly complaining to confidants that the mustachioed adviser was always trying to goad him “into a war.” Difference of opinion over Iran seems to have been the last straw for Trump. According to Bloomberg, Trump discussed easing sanctions on Tehran with Bolton the night before his firing, a move that Bolton forcefully disagreed with.

With Bolton out and Trump’s tone softening –however slightly– the odds of a negotiation with Iran are likely higher than at any point since Trump took office in 2017. Still, Trump tempered expectations with his usual ambivalence.

“We would like to make a deal with Iran,” he told reporters. “But if we don’t, that’s fine too.”

RT2019/9/11
Bolton was ‘way out of line’ on Venezuela, Trump says… as Pompeo shells out more of the same policy
Speaking for the first time about reasons for firing his national security advisor John Bolton, US President Donald Trump said he was “way out of line” on Venezuela, even as the State Department doubled down on regime change.

“I disagreed with John Bolton on his attitudes about Venezuela. I thought he was way out of line,” Trump told reporters at the Oval Office on Wednesday.

The failed attempt to effect regime change in Caracas – which Bolton has been at the forefront of since January – was only one of the issues the president brought up. Bolton’s sabotage of denuclearization talks with North Korea, earlier this year, was another.

“We were set back very badly when [Bolton] talked about the Libyan model” with North Korea, Trump added. “That's not a question of being tough, that's a question of being not smart to say something like that.”

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi had agreed to give up his nuclear and chemical weapons programs to the US, only to be violently overthrown and murdered by US-backed rebels in 2011.

Bolton also “wasn’t getting along with the people in the administration that I consider very important,” Trump added, making sure to point out that he had opposed the 2003 Iraq War while Bolton was an unapologetic advocate of it.

None of that explains why Trump hired Bolton and kept him on as his principal foreign policy adviser for nearly 18 months, however. Nor does it explain why Trump agreed to appoint Bolton’s colleague Elliott Abrams as Washington’s point man on Venezuela, despite a history of his Trump-bashing public comments.

The Trump administration on Wednesday showed no signs of abandoning the approach to Caracas championed by Bolton and Abrams since January, despite it having failed miserably. Shortly after Trump’s comments, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that the US has invoked the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (TIAR), which would give legal framework for military intervention in Venezuela.

Pompeo’s pretext is that this was requested by Juan Guaido, the self-proclaimed “interim president” of Venezuela recognized by the US and a handful of its allies, but no one else in the world. Guaido’s repeated attempts to take over power in Caracas since January have failed miserably.

Trump maintained that his policy on Venezuela is “humanitarian” and designed to “help” people there, and blamed “socialism” for the country’s economic woes. He has framed his 2020 re-election bid as stopping the "socialist” Democrats from taking over the US.

“I don’t want to talk about that,” Trump said when asked if he would be willing to meet with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. This was in stark contrast to his readiness to meet with the Iranian president, another thing Bolton reportedly opposed.

※ Tulsi Gabbard@TulsiGabbard氏の2019/9/11のツイート
Good riddance. If Trump really was for peace, he never would have hired Bolton, Pompeo, Haley, and the rest of those neocons in the first place.

RT2019/9/11
Iran urges US to abandon ‘warmongering’ policy as arch-hawk Bolton leaves White House
Washington should give up its policy of aggression toward Tehran, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said. His remarks come hours after outspoken regime-change connoisseur John Bolton stepped down as national security adviser.

During a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, Rouhani pressed the US to “abandon warmongering and its maximum pressure policy” on Iran, and warned that failing to reverse course would further degrade Tehran’s commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal.

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif made similar calls for a US policy U-turn, tweeting on Wednesday that Washington’s “thirst for war” should end with the departure of its “warmonger-in-chief” Bolton.

A government spokesman said after the cabinet meeting that Bolton’s departure could help US policymakers have a “less biased” attitude toward the Islamic republic. Tehran stressed, however, that Bolton’s removal would not change its position on dialogue with Washington.

“The departure of US National Security Advisor John Bolton from President Donald Trump’s administration will not push Iran to reconsider talking with the US,” Tehran’s United Nations envoy Majid Takhteravanchi said.

US President Donald Trump announced Bolton’s dismissal on Tuesday, tweeting that he had “disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions.” Bolton claims that he’d actually resigned before Trump’s announcement.

FARSNEWS2019/9/11
Foreign Ministry: Tehran Not to Comment on US Internal Affairs
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iranian Foreign Ministry declared that the Islamic Republic will not comment on the recent decision of US President Donald Trump who fired his National Security Advisor John Bolton, adding that Tehran considers the move as an issue of domestic affairs.

In a tweet on Tuesday, Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyed Abbas Mousavi said on behalf of Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif that Iran does not make comment on the US domestic affairs concerning the ouster of John Bolton, the US national security advisor.

“We will not be issuing any statement on US internal affairs," he said.

Mousavi added that Zarif’s decision to leave no comment on Bolton’s sacking was already announced in response to an unnamed American reporter who asked the top diplomat’s opinion on this issue.

Earlier on Tuesday, Trump fired Bolton, saying he has “disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions”.

“I informed John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House. I disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions, as did others in the Administration, and therefore I asked John for his resignation, which was given to me this morning,” Trump said in a tweet.

"I thank John very much for his service. I will be naming a new National Security Advisor next week," Trump continued.

This comes about 90 minutes before Bolton was expected to appear at a press briefing with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

Bolton offered a slightly different version of events than Trump, saying, “I offered to resign last night and President Trump said, ‘Let's talk about it tomorrow.’”

Trump had sometimes joked about Bolton's image as a warmonger, reportedly saying in one Oval Office meeting that "John has never seen a war he doesn't like."

Bolton has adopted an aggressive approach towards Iran since his appointment to the top post by Trump. Independent observers have accused him of conniving with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in order to provoke a military conflict between Iran and the United States.

Bolton has also opposed Trump's peace initiative towards North Korea and urged the president to pursue gunboat diplomacy against the East Asian country.

※ The New York Times Sept. 10, 2019 Updated 8:24 p.m. ET
Trump Ousts John Bolton as National Security Adviser
By Peter Baker
WASHINGTON − President Trump on Tuesday pushed out John R. Bolton, his third national security adviser, amid fundamental disputes over how to handle major foreign policy challenges like Iran, North Korea and most recently Afghanistan.

The departure ended a 17-month partnership that had grown so tense that the two men even disagreed over how they parted ways, as Mr. Trump announced on Twitter that he had fired the adviser only to be rebutted by Mr. Bolton, who insisted he had resigned of his own accord.

A longtime Republican hawk known for a combative style, Mr. Bolton spent much of his tenure trying to restrain the president from making what he considered unwise agreements with America’s enemies. Mr. Trump bristled at what he viewed as Mr. Bolton’s militant approach, to the point that he made barbed jokes in meetings about his adviser’s desire to get the United States into more wars.

Their differences came to a climax in recent days as Mr. Bolton waged a last-minute campaign to stop the president from signing a peace agreement at Camp David with leaders of the radical Taliban group. He won the policy battle as Mr. Trump scrapped the deal but lost the larger war when the president grew angry about the way the matter played out.

Mr. Trump and his aides privately blamed the national security adviser for news reports describing Mr. Bolton’s opposition to the deal. Vice President Mike Pence and his camp likewise grew angry at reports suggesting he had agreed with Mr. Bolton, seeing them as an effort to bolster the adviser’s position.

“I informed John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House,” the president tweeted. “I disagreed strongly with many of his suggestions, as did others in the Administration, and therefore I asked John for his resignation, which was given to me this morning. I thank John very much for his service.”

Mr. Bolton disputed the president’s version of events in his own tweet 12 minutes later. “I offered to resign last night and President Trump said, ‘Let’s talk about it tomorrow,’” Mr. Bolton wrote, without elaborating.

Responding to a question from The New York Times via text, Mr. Bolton said his resignation was his own initiative, not the president’s. “Offered last night without his asking,” he wrote. “Slept on it and gave it to him this morning.”

Mr. Trump said he would appoint a replacement “next week,” setting off a process that should offer clues to where he wants to take his foreign policy. In the meantime, the White House said Charles M. Kupperman, the deputy national security adviser, would serve in an acting capacity. No other president has had four national security advisers in his first three years in office.

While it was clear for months that Mr. Bolton was on thin ice, the end came with typically brutal suddenness. On Tuesday morning, he led a meeting of the national security principals in the Situation Room, with no sign that anything was about to break.

At 11 a.m., the White House even scheduled a 1:30 p.m. news briefing where Mr. Bolton would talk about terrorism alongside Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. But then came Mr. Trump’s tweet two minutes before noon, and Mr. Bolton left the White House.

The briefing went forward without him, and Mr. Pompeo, who has feuded with Mr. Bolton for months, shed no tears about the president’s decision. “He should have people he trusts and values, and whose efforts and judgments benefit him in delivering American foreign policy,” Mr. Pompeo told reporters.

The secretary also made no effort to hide his rivalry with Mr. Bolton. “There were definitely places that Ambassador Bolton and I had different views about how we should proceed,” he said. Asked if he was blindsided by the decision, Mr. Pompeo said, “I’m never surprised,” as he and Mr. Mnuchin grinned broadly.

Mr. Pompeo and Mr. Bolton generally shared a conservative policy outlook, but the secretary of state has proved more adept at managing the president and subordinating his views to Mr. Trump’s, while Mr. Bolton kept pushing his beliefs even after they were rejected.

Mr. Pompeo did not see Mr. Bolton as a team player, but as someone who undermined the president’s policies. Mr. Bolton saw Mr. Pompeo as a politician more interested in currying Mr. Trump’s favor to have his support in a future run for Senate.

Mr. Bolton’s adversaries inside the administration have been after him for weeks, spreading stories about how the national security adviser had been excluded from meetings and was on the outs with the president.

時事通信社20199月11日(水)7時39分
米大統領、ボルトン補佐官解任=対北朝鮮やイラン政策で対立
 【ワシントン時事】トランプ米大統領は10日、ツイッターで、ボルトン大統領補佐官(国家安全保障担当)を解任したと明らかにした。「ボルトン氏の多くの提案について意見が異なった」と指摘。「彼の任務はホワイトハウスで不要になった」と述べた。対外強硬派のボルトン氏が政権を去ることで、トランプ氏が北朝鮮やイランとの対話を積極的に進める可能性もある。

 安保補佐官の交代はボルトン氏で3人目。後任人事は来週発表するという。ワシントン・ポスト紙(電子版)によると、ビーガン北朝鮮担当特別代表らの名前が挙がっている。クッパーマン副補佐官が当面代行を務める。
 トランプ氏によると、9日夜にボルトン氏に解任を通告し、10日に辞表を受け取ったという。これに対しボルトン氏は10日、ツイッターで「私が昨夜に辞任を申し出た」と主張するなど経緯に食い違いが生じている。
 ボルトン氏は、トランプ氏が北朝鮮に融和姿勢を見せたり、イラン指導部との交渉に意欲を見せたりすることに否定的で、トランプ氏との関係が悪化していた。トランプ氏が8日にワシントン近郊で計画していたアフガニスタンの反政府勢力タリバンとの秘密会談をめぐる意見対立が解任劇への最後の引き金を引いたとみられている。

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 15:30| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

被ばくによる疾患を抱えている人は電磁波防護にも細心の注意を払っています

電磁波測定器の貸し出しを行い、あわせて電磁波防護の相談に応じましたが、電磁波防護に積極的な方の中には、ご自分または親族が被ばくによる疾患を抱えている例が多いです。

それだけ、疾患に悪影響のある環境を是正しようとする意識が強いのです。

関心のない方ももちろんおられます。タダで機械を貸し出しても使う気にはならない。

この極端ともいえる違いがどこから生じているのか、いささか理解に苦しんでいます。

その後読者のお一人が電磁波防護策を講じることにより、頭痛を解消できたという例も出ているのですが、反応は鈍いですね。

2019年09月06日
家庭内のWifiを止めたら頭痛が消えた

私自身、Wifi電波へのばく露で目に障害が生じました。怖さはわかっています。

被ばく影響の怖さも知っています。それゆえ、このブログでは、健康リスク回避を中心に書いています。読んでも分かりませんか?

分かってもやる気がない?

それならこのブログを読む時間は無駄ですね。

このブログでは、管理人は、世間の一般的な理解と異なる見解も多々書いてきました。福島第一原発事故による被害情報を追ううちに、特定の方の見解を頭から信じるのは危険と痛感させられました。「耳鳴りがしたから地震が来る」 そんな発信を毎日繰り返していたらいつかは当たります。ですが、そんな情報ばかり読んでいたら寝る時間が無くなる。「乳酸菌で放射能が減る」 物理学が根底からひっくり返ります。

シリア内戦に関しては、ロシア参戦を機に海外から発信されるさまざまな情報を追い始めました。特にロシア発表の情報は、個別の作戦の画像をGoogle Earthで場所を調べ、架空の話ではない、嘘ではないことを確認しました。

メディアの流すニュースは、現地のもの、欧米のもの、ロシアのもの、イランのもの、さらに個人のツイートも追いました。その結果としての私の結論は、米国が育てた出稼ぎ労働者としてのテロリストが米軍の代わりにシリアに戦争を仕掛けているというものです。

スクリパル事件、これは英国情報機関が仕掛けた単純拙劣な偽旗事件。なぜ英国の女性首相がしゃかりきになってこの謀略を宣伝したのか、なお謎が残りますが。ホワイトヘルメットの謀略を暴かれた意趣返しかもしれませんが、全く意味を持たなかった。

カショギ事件、おぞましい事件ですが、これはサウジという国を理解するうえで感覚的にとても役に立ちました。イエメンの虐殺は、サウジならやるだろうと今は考えています。トルコという国もなかなか興味の尽きない、ある意味わかりやすい暴力的な国であることも知りました。

トランプが勝った米国大統領選。これは読めませんでした。米国のMSMの流す情報は量だけ多く、中身がなくて読みづらい、読み続けられないのです。

イラン核合意からの米国の離脱。米国のイラン叩きがUAEの港で、あるいはオマーン沖での偽旗事件を使ってここまで進むとは予想していませんでした。そして、イランによる米国ドローンの撃墜。IRGCの髭もじゃの幹部たちの威嚇はそれなりの技術的な自信に裏付けられたものであることがわかりました。ソレイマニがイラクやシリアで戦術指導したというのも理解できました。ボルトンが更迭され、次にどんな展開になるか読めません。

香港暴動。最初は気にも留めませんでしたが、急激に拡大し、暴力化。これはおかしいと幅広く情報を得たら、まさに米国のネオコンが進めるレジムチェンジ作戦そのもの。その後、それ以外にないという証拠がぞくぞくと挙がりましたが、私のフォローしていたツイッターアカウントのいくつかがこの暴動を無批判に支持していてがっくり来ました。これらのアカウントについてはすぐフォローを外しました。
でも知識人の部類に入るだろうという人が民主化運動だと頭から信じ込んでいたのには、本当に驚き、愕然としました。

私が世間一般の理解と異なる見解を述べても理解されるはずがないんですね。香港暴動では、デマを拡散しようとするかのようなコメントも。これは読者を失うことを覚悟で敢然と反論しました。何も知らない若い女性がそれに近いことを言ってくることはありますが、そういう場合は殴られたら殴り返すことにしています。この件では、本格的な殴り合いになりました。第二ラウンド、第三ラウンドに向けて準備しています。

電磁波問題もあります。日本の人々は放射能を含めた電磁波被ばくの良きモルモットです。

子宮頸がんワクチン。この問題では、問題の所在を理解している年配女性読者が何人もおられました。私がこの問題に注目したのは、ある大学教員の立派な髭がきっかけなのです。そして、その教員の方に注目しているうちにスキャンダルが次々に。そして極め付きが子宮頸がんワクチン研究者に対する名誉棄損問題に深くかかわっていたこと。

これを記事にして名誉棄損問題の被告の過去の行動を取り上げて書いていたら、その部分についてコメントが何件も届きました。はあ、この人はそういうことをやっているのかと副反応被害者サイドによる告発はもっともだと考え、常設の記事を置きました。

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