Japanese Terrorist Sect No Stranger to Anti-semitism
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Japanese Terrorist Sect No Stranger to Anti-semitism

The Japanese terrorist sect Aum Supreme Truth, responsible for the deadly sarin nerve gas attack in a Tokyo subway in March, is also involved in promoting anti-Semitic themes in Japan.

An article, titled “A Guide to Fear; The Jewish Aspiration — Total World Conquest,” appeared in one of the sect’s publications in early 1995, according to The AntiSemitism Monitoring Forum.

The article claims that Jews took advantage of Japan’s devastation in World War II in order to promote their interest and the final aim of universal control, said the forum, an interministerial committee of the Israeli government that gathers information on anti-Semitism and cooperates with organizations and Jewish communities around the world.

In the article, Aum also claims that the United States is controlled by Jewish- capital, which serves the aims of the secretive Freemasons.

Anti-Semitic writers often point to the Freemasons, asserting that they are an international Jewish group that conspires to control the world.

The Aum piece purports that the Freemasons use the United Nation as a tool to achieve universal control, which means that the Japanese ambassador to the United Nations is a puppet of the Jews.

Other Japanese leaders are described as puppets in the article.

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