Japan-Russia Peace Treaty Must Happen This Year
Putin Wants to Confront China With A U.S.-Japan-Russia Alliance

Key points in this article:

  • PM Abe prioritizes the territorial dispute while President Putin prioritizes the peace treaty
  • It would be absurd for Japan to help China block the U.S. sanctions
  • PM Abe should put his political career on the line and sign the peace treaty with Russia

The territorial dispute or the peace treaty – that is the question.

From the 13th to the 15th of November, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe met Russian president Vladimir Putin in Singapore at the East Asia Summit. The topic of their talk was the Japan-Russia peace treaty.

In September, at the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok, Putin proposed to establish an unconditional peace treaty with Japan before the year was out. Abe, however, later rejected the proposal saying that he could not sign a peace treaty before the territorial problem was resolved.

But Japan is currently in a tight spot with Chinese and North Korean nuclear missiles aimed in their direction. Russia’s choice as an ally would largely determine the fate of the Japanese people.


It Would Be Absurd for Japan to Help China Block the U.S. Sanctions

On 9th November, Master Ryuho Okawa, founder and CEO of Happy Science, summoned the guardian spirit of Vladimir Putin to hear his honest thoughts.

This was the guardian spirit’s fifth spiritual message. In his messages in May and December 2016, he had urged the need to form a peace treaty with Japan at an early stage. When Putin proposed the peace treaty at Vladivostok, he made it seem as if he had just come up with the idea, but he had actually been thinking about it as long as two years before.

In this most recent spiritual message, Putin’s guardian spirit commented on South Korean President Moon Jae-in, “After Trump’s presidency ends, reunified Korea – with a population of 80 million – will be free to launch nuclear missiles into Japan from Busan.”

He also commented on the fact that Abe met with Xi Jinping in Beijing to strengthen economic relations, despite Trump’s efforts at besieging China with the trade war to weaken China’s economic and military power. “Japan is helping China block American sanctions, right? This is strategically absurd. It’s dangerous,” he warned.

In recent years the problem of China’s human rights oppressions, and religious persecutions in Xinjiang Uyghur and Tibet, as well as the militarization of the South China Sea, has come to light in the international community. What Japan should really be doing is cooperating with the U.S., Europe and Russia to encircle China from all four directions to urge China’s democratization, and contribute to the creation of world peace.


China Fears a Potential U.S.-Japan-Russia Alliance

The guardian spirit of President Putin also mentioned the territorial dispute saying, “I’m thinking of returning two of the islands as we promised a long time ago, but Prime Minister Abe doesn’t seem to like the idea.”

At the meeting in Singapore, however, Prime Minister Abe finally agreed to accelerate talks toward a peace treaty after Russia promised to hand over the two islands after the treaty is signed.

The good news is that the peace treaty is moving forward. The bad news is that it won’t be happening this year.

Putin’s guardian spirit explained how crucial the peace treaty is:

Prime Minister Abe should put his political career on the line and declare that China is a huge looming threat so Japan has decided to form a peace treaty with Russia. This sort of declaration will also serve to threaten North Korea and China. China would be so afraid of Japan if they team up with the U.S. and Russia.

The Japanese people are very cautious of Russia due to their Soviet history: problems such as the communist regime and the Japanese POWs in Siberia. But Russia is now a completely different country: 80% are Russia Orthodox, and it is no longer a communist country. A 2016 poll revealed that 97% of people in Russian think that having friendly relations with Japan is important.

It has been seven decades since WWII, and the most dangerous country on this planet now is China. Japan must sign a peace treaty with Russia as soon as possible in order to restrain the Chinese materialist-atheist-military autocracy.

The U.S., Japan and Russia must cooperate to establish the values of freedom, democracy and faith as the new values of world justice.

The spiritual message also covered the following points:

  • The possibility that Mexico and Indonesia will become more powerful than Japan
  • The true meaning of Russia First
  • The secret behind the Abe government’s longevity
  • The only person in Japan that Putin really trusts
  • The “Japan Division Proposal” made at the Yalta Conference between the U.S. and the USSR
  • The god who is guiding Russia and Scandinavia
  • The true reason Putin wants to sign the peace treaty with Japan
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