Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, Reveals What She Really Thinks:
Her strategy for the containment of China and the possibility of becoming the first female president.
 A spiritual message from Hillary Clinton's guardian spirit, recorded on August 18, 2012.

Since China is continuing to develop its military capabilities and is appearing to oust the U.S. from the western Pacific, the Obama administration adopted a “return to Asia policy” in November 2011. The U.S. has shifted its commitments to Asia, and it has been trying to create an international coalition against China, working closely with its democratic partners in Asia.

As this policy’s architect is Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, Ryuho Okawa, founder and president of Happy Science, invited the guardian spirit of Hillary Clinton on August 18, 2012 [See the note below], through which you will discover her current American statecraft, especially regarding the containment of China, the U.S.-Japan alliance, and her take on the presidential election.

[Note]These spiritual messages were channeled through Ryuho Okawa. However, please note that because of his high level of enlightenment, his way of receiving spiritual messages is fundamentally different from other psychic mediums who undergo trances and are completely taken over by the spirits they are channeling.
Each human soul is made up of six soul siblings, one of whom acts as the guardian spirit of the person living on earth. People living on earth are connected to their guardian spirits at the innermost subconscious level. They are a part of people’s very souls, and therefore, exact reflections of their thoughts and philosophies.
However, please note that these spiritual messages are opinions of the individual spirits and may contradict the ideas or teachings of the Happy Science Group.
Read more on this>>
Answers to questions on spiritual messages part 1

Answers to questions on spiritual messages part 2

The following are the excerpts of Interviews with Guardian Spirits of Hillary Clinton.


<Master Okawa’s Introduction>

Ryuho Okawa[Hereafter referred to as “Okawa”]: Currently, an actively involved politician is the Secretary of State, Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton, who, according to one report, “is making a record number of overseas visits.”

Her husband Bill Clinton served two terms as U.S. president during which time she did a considerable amount of work as the first lady. It was also the first time that an incumbent first lady has been elected to the Senate.

That she was subsequently active as a secretary is also rare, so I think that compared to an ordinary Secretary of State, she is a rather strong one.

Thus, I feel that it is highly possible that Obama echoes Hillary’s views on diplomatic issues. It is thought that it is largely Hillary leading, rather than the ideas of Obama himself at work.

So I thought about questioning her on what she thought of diplomatic relations with Japan, including the issues with China and South Korea that Japan is currently facing, and the potential issues with North Korea and Russia.


The collapse of the Japan, U.S. and South Korean alliance would benefit China

── First, I’d like to start by asking how you see the latest Japan and China, and Japan and South Korean diplomatic issues.

Hillary Clinton’s Guardian Spirit  [Hereafter referred to as “Clinton’s G.S. ”]: What’s bad is bad. And so, well, it looks like the tripartite alliance between the U.S., Japan and South Korea is breaking up.

South Korea is rehashing its hostile relationship with Japan from a deep-seated hatred of the past, but basically this will probably be of benefit to China. Because China is currently adopting a national strategy of uprooting U.S. and Japan relations, South Korea will further drive a wedge between the two countries.

This means that the national interests of South Korea and North Korea will coincide.

── There was an article stating the opinion of a former Vietnamese diplomat who was stationed in China, saying, “South Korea has fallen into China’s trap because China is playing Japan and South Korea off against each other, trying to split them up.”
Do you actually see any such movements?

Clinton’s G.S. They probably are. The Japanese are worried that Japan will be captured by China or will be colonized, but there is the same pressure on South Korea because it is easier to colonize than Japan.

Because China supporting and aiding North Korea is now a fact that cannot be hidden no matter how much they try, North Korea will become more powerful depending on the extent of that support, and will at times, want to move towards annexing South Korea.

What will happen if China threatens to move with North Korea is that South Korea will likely be quick to throw up the white flag before Japan. The Japanese may be saying that Japan’s official residence will raise the white flag without a fight, but it is possible that South Korea will do so first.

It looks like this behavior of President Lee Myung-bak, also said to be standard play, is a favor to China, or else he is flattering China.

South Korea was previously a Japanese colony, well, I don’t know if it was a colony, but it was annexed, whether it is on the verge of being annexed by China, or a colony, or an autonomous region, or whether it will have a relationship like that of Taiwan or Hong Kong. I think South Korea is undecided on this complex point.


Belatedly “Containing China”

── In June, just before Japan and Korea were to sign an agreement to share military information (the Japan and South Korea General Security of Military Information Agreement), South Korea ended up cancelling at the last minute and not signing. Is this a sign that China and North Korea are exercising vigilance against such a situation?

Clinton’s G.S. That’s why, “China’s activities are not only directed against Japan.” China has already started considerable maneuvering towards not only North Korea, but also South Korea, and is trying to bring the Korean Peninsula under its control by winning over South Korea.

Next, it will drive U.S. forces from Okinawa and then, um, the Spratly Islands? There are about three of them, aren’t there? It has started taking them with the area also earmarked for a Chinese city (note: In July 2012, China established Sansha, which will exercise jurisdiction over the Spratly and Paracel Islands and Macclesfield Bank).

Then Burma (Myanmar) too, well, it was originally a British colony, but it is looking to move from being supported by China to America, both Vietnam and the Philippines are also currently considering reestablishing ties with America, and Japanese companies have expanded significantly in Thailand, but they all remain on full alert towards China.

If their seas are ruled, eventually the same problem will arise there too, because China’s India strategy won’t work if it does not gain control of Thailand. So I think it will steadily go on the offensive.

Meanwhile, America is moving towards a withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan, and before that it retreated from Vietnam. I am well aware that China views this as a sign that the age of American supremacy, in a greater sense, is over and thinks that it would like this change to lead to the age of Chinese supremacy.

Thus, this thinking is slightly late in the Democratic administration, but I am only now, a little belatedly, undertaking Containing China.


The loss of a “bulwark against China” cannot be overlooked.

── Is what the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton thinks is the first point of Asian diplomacy, as you mentioned earlier, “building a cordon against China, which is adopting hegemonism”?

Clinton’s G.S. Hmm. Well, I think that there is a measure of legitimacy in China saying, “because China is an Asian nation, there is nothing wrong with exerting its influence on its neighboring Asian nations”.
I understand, however, that its aim is to consequently capture the surrounding nations in turn, and ultimately drive America from the Pacific region.

America understands that. It is not stupid enough to break that bulwark one by one. It can’t do that.

And finally, America and China will go head-to-head. For this reason, we cannot disregard that there will gradually be a knock-on effect like a game of Othello.

When America withdrew from Iraq and Afghanistan, the Obama administration’s diplomacy policy was seen as weak-kneed and, as if directly replacing that, China started its supremacy expansionism.

Well, there are also some internal affairs problems, but when China captures country after country, its citizens will be happy just like Japan was 70 years ago. If they rule other places, they will be happy. The people will be happy at the taking of an island from Japan, from the Philippines, from somewhere.

This will resolve dissatisfaction with internal affairs, with the proposition that someday they will have to secure resources including energy, water, minerals, and food.

So, I think China is hoping that, just as Japan used it as a manufacturing plant and maintained its prosperity, China will use Asia’s underdeveloped nations as its manufacturing plants and subcontract factories, and build American-like prosperity.

That’s why I think that China wants everything to move as it wishes and, of course, wants to rule from the Pacific Ocean to the Indian Ocean.


There is no one in Asia with a stronger bridgehead than Japan

── What does Secretary of State, Clinton, consider to be the important focus in creating that cordon?

Clinton’s G.S. Previously, only Taiwan was the focal point. Basically, if we could only protect Taiwan, then China was pretty well contained because it’s the throat. We thought that if we just defended Taiwan, then China’s maritime strategy would be restrained, but because China is now also after all countries apart from Taiwan, it’s bad. That’s why America has deployed two aircraft carriers, and is on guard.

China possesses long-range missiles, has made reasonable advancements in space, and has started making considerable use of facilities such as the space station and man-made satellite for military purposes, and is even developing stealth technology.

This will soon become a threat to U.S. forces, and it is possible that China will suddenly mount an attack one day. Was it last year? The computer virus attacks?

── The cyber attacks?

Clinton’s G.S. Even Japan and America were thrown into confusion. China, thought to be a “rural country”, is now able to launch virus attacks by computer against developed nations such as America and Japan, and create confusion.

The U.S. 7th fleet, which protects the Asia-Pacific region, is the Aegis warship, an information warship, that is a moving control tower, but if China emits disturbance radio waves, and throws the waves from America’s man-made satellite into confusion, the chain of command from the Aegis will probably break down.

Essentially, America is the most skillful at attacking by information warfare. In the Iraqi War, it first cut off Iraq’s intelligence network, then the nation fell under attack after they lost contact. It is clear, however, that China is considering doing the same against America and Japan.

Because it is obvious that China is considering carrying out information warfare against a background whereby it has saved foreign currency, and gained power through a trade surplus, we want to hold on to Japan as a close ally. If we lose Japan, we lose our foothold in Asia.

I don’t think we could get a better bridgehead than Japan.

Even if we were based in another country, it would not, unfortunately, be as strong as Japan. Even if the U.S. defended Taiwan to the death, for example, I don’t think we would have the defense capability that we have by being in Japan.

Because Japan is currently the world’s number three, despite China reversing their standings, the uniting of the world’s number one and number three countries is, not surprisingly, strong, with Japan more advanced than China in a significant share of technology. All that Japan is believed to be behind in is military related.

As for China, because South Korea now looks to be catching up to, and overtaking Japan in high-tech technology, I have a feeling it actually has half a mind to merge with and acquire South Korea. I wonder if its real intention is to do this, and depose Japan.

Pages: 1 2 3
Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, Reveals What She Really Thinks:
Copyright © IRH Press Co.Ltd. All Right Reserved.