The Japanese rightist

Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Soka Gakkai - High possibility of North Korean

Here comes again! Soka Gakkai International. Known as the largest Buddism sect in Japan, Soka Gakkai International (SGI) has gaind its victory (it's their favorite phrase) over 190 countries. Of course the religion was born in 1937 in Japan as a normal religion, worshipping Budda. However, Some of Japanese rightists say it's a Korean religion and there's a lot of chances of takeover by Korean since after WWII. Let's see how those Japanese get to have such an idea.

For those who already read my articles about SGI, it's easy to grasp how SGI has been undermining Japan. Drug bootlegging from North Korea into Japan is one of a good examples to depict its deed. Keeping 8% of Japanese parliament seats, it exerts huge power to control Japan's politics. Of the massive power scattered in every authority, Ikeda Daisaku --the leader since 1972-- was said to be the "king of Japan", superior to the past Japanese Prime Ministers except Koizumi. The acme of him was until recent: Prime Minister Mori (2000 - 2001) hadn't been born until Mori got Ikeda's permission. Just after Mori's period started, he angered Ikeda because he made a careless comment on Japan as "a gods' country". According to Ikeda, Japan should be a Budda's country. Mori reluctantly made a correction after receiving lots of accusing by mass media which was controlled by SGI.

The code of conduct of SGI is very similar to that of evil zainichi network, and they are very confident to make it convincive about this. (Zainichi is Koean living Japan. Many of them are good, but some exceptional groups have been trained to spy on Japan.)



The pics are all SGI related flags. The left is the same as Romanian, but it's a SGI s flag. The middle is for a school of SGI, and the right is for a French branch. The distinct three primary colors looks a bit deviated from normal sense of Japanese. The kite below is by the way made by a Korean, using the same combinations.

Apparently Korean people have liked those vivid primary colors. This is just a first step, though. I know it's not guaranteed that SGI is Korean polluted. I also obtained a pic of Ikeda Daisaku with his wife in a typical Korean outfit in May 1998. Ikeda had never allowed to visit South Korea because he is for North Korea. But he did visit it because of the historical reconciliation around that time between South and North Korea led by Kim Dae Jung. Note that South Korean SGI was publically designated as an incorporated foundation in 2000 by Kim Dae Jung. In response to this development, SGI has been tightening the bond also with South Korea. Japanese rightists are very concerned about the recent relationship because it actually led to anti-Japanese movement: visiting Yasukuni Shrine has been extensively accused of by SGI and South Korea. Koizumi was very frightened since the opponent is inside his ruling coalition partner(SGI officially support New Komeito).


I got tired of typing English, so let me list many circumstance evidences:

SGI also likes mass game which North Korea often likes to do.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOoeXIYjcHE&search=soka

A magazine published by SGI in March 2000 cites an interview to Ikeda. "I have a memory of my father teaching me Korean," he says in the interview.



I came across a pic of Baggio, a famous soccer player in Italy. Look at his tricolor arm badge! Let me know if you have any information on him. (He may be just a good believer, so I'm not the one who attempts to disgrace him.)



*** CAUTION ***
SGI officially negates the suspicion of Ikeda being zainichi(Korean). So please be advised that my article this time is not reinforced by reliable evidences.


13 Comments:

At 7/19/2006 07:51:00 PM , Blogger Mr. Ballistic said...

Why don't we take one from the Greanpeace playbook...no I don't mean trying to sink ships.

The best way to fight back is through the wallet, if we can provide a comprehensive list of things to buy in Japan and elsewere that are SGI-Free At least those who already loathe the SGI can have a strategy. After all if you want a show pulled you always go after the sponsor.

 
At 7/20/2006 07:59:00 PM , Blogger yellowpeep said...

Absolutely true. And they seem to know better than us that money is the best weapon. Their main finance is from donation from believers and moneyloaning companies. Both are difficult to get rid of. Winning mass media back to public must also be prioritized. However, the sponsors are already SGI related. Think about getting rid of jewish.

 
At 3/17/2008 05:17:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope you have better things to dedicate your life to.
SGI's goal is world peace. Hard to believe. Hard to understand.

 
At 3/19/2009 01:00:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's funny, you just listed some of unrelated/untraceable sources and knock them together to criticize SGI.. flag color, kite, Baggio, What Ikeda's father said blah blah blah,,,
and now look how you avoid resentment from Italians haha
"He may be just a good believer, so I'm not the one who attempts to disgrace him" ?? how smart!

 
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At 2/21/2011 08:35:00 AM , Anonymous Colin North said...

What a load of drivel. But at least you admit you have no "proof", and it is all speculation.
I'm glad I have better things to do with my time!

 
At 6/04/2011 12:31:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope you will find happiness one day and realize what life is about.. little hint: there are three treasures in life..

 
At 8/25/2011 12:03:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hahaha+ you are genius!!

LoL

 
At 2/02/2012 04:20:00 AM , Anonymous Julie said...

For one, to assume Daisuku Ikeda is korean based on a very extrapolated view of the flag colors is beyond me. I can "accuse" him of being Romanian on account that the flags are exactly the same colors, as you have pointed out.
More importantly, the point we're missing here is that there is an underlying prejudice view of Koreans in your blog. You start off by saying Japanese people fear Korean take over. If you're referring to the K-pop sensation... um sure... but why perpetuate an ethnocentric view that sees Koreans as an "other" to be feared by Japanese people. One can be proud of their own cultural roots but at the end of the day, regardless of ethnic identity... we are all part of one human race.

Additionally, if the three primary colors of red, yellow,and blue are found in some traditional Korean items... what would make the colors more representative of North Korea than South Korea?

Also, there are a lot of SGI members in South Korea as opposed to probably zero members in North Korea. You do realize that Kim Jong Ill who was oppressing his people would probably not have allowed North Koreans to practice Buddhism. The terrible things the North Korean government has done is not in the name of SGI in any way. The SGI stands for peace, North Korea does not.

Let's try to establish a true understanding of one another. Peace starts here in dialogue, however minute it may appear.

 
At 2/21/2012 09:27:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well said Julie.

The fact that the author of this piece got fundamental facts wrong (the SGI President is called Daisaku Ikeda, not Ikeda Daisaku)shows the weakness in it's research. It is also worth noting that the form of Buddhism that the SGI practice is based on Nicherin Daishonin Buddhism, in which you do not 'pray to the Buddha' as suggested by this article. Nicherin Daishonin created this in 13th Century Japan, so it is not something that has been warped by the SGI.

To the author- you also admit that you have no proof for any of your statements which renders your argument pointless in many avenues.

I would also encourage you to research Daisaku Ikeda's Peace Proposals, which he presents to the UN each year. You can find it on SGI.org or via the UN site. I am not sure the UN also take peace proposals from North Korea. (When 'I say I am not sure', what I really mean is 'I am certain'.)

It is natural to feel daunted by something that is out wholeheartedly to create peace, such as the SGI. It can also feel daunting when it is based on religion. However, I would encourage you to keep reading around this subject with an open mind and to see where you end up.

Peace and hapiness,
Kate

 
At 3/04/2012 04:23:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

In regard to Kate's comment on ( 2/21/2012 09:27:00):

"Well said Julie. . The fact that the author of this piece got fundamental facts wrong (the SGI President is called Daisaku Ikeda, not Ikeda Daisaku)shows the weakness in it's research."

I'm sure you mean well but this ignorant opening statement undermines any great message you're trying to convey;

Japanese folks traditionally state the family name first, then the given name, i.e. Smith John, not John Smith.

So there is no error in calling Ikeda 'Ikeda Daisaku' instead of in the Western style of 'Daisaku Ikeda'; if anything, 'Ikeda Daisaku' is more correct.

 
At 3/20/2012 03:55:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ikeda is a blathering idiot who can't put two sentences together. If you think he actually writes books, you are sadly mistaken. There's a group of writers who write books for him under his name.

 
At 4/05/2012 11:28:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The law is perfect as is! The more books Pi publishes the more the law seems to be diluted, and only "god" (i mean Ikeda) knows how many thousands of trees that he has killed reprinting the same rhetoric(worth only a hand full of Gosho quotes:)

 

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