Obama Waging Economic Warfare on Several Fronts, Including Japan

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The Obama administration
has expanded its economic warfare against other countries, first
reported on January 18 by WMR in the case of an authorized
financial campaign against Venezuela
. The Obama administration,
according to WMR’s Asian sources, is waging an economic warfare
campaign, coupled with industrial sabotage, against Japan through
a pre-planned operation directed against the Japanese automobile
manufacturer, Toyota.

WMR has learned
that the Obama administration authorized the anti-Toyota campaign
as a warning shot to Japan over its reformist government’s
insistence that the U.S. pull its military troops out of Okinawa.
WMR has learned that Obama and his chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel,
have decided to turn the screws on Japan, not only for auto market
leverage, but also to punish Japan over the insistence by Prime
Minister Yukio Hatoyama and the newly-elected anti-U.S. military
mayor of Nago on Okinawa to move the U.S. military off of Okinawa.

Transportation
Secretary Ray LaHood, a former congressman from Peoria, Illinois,
and who is owned and operated by Peoria-based Caterpillar, whose
major competitor is Japan’s Kubota Tractor Corporation, kicked
off the anti-Toyota campaign when he stated that all Toyoya owners
should stop driving their vehicles and return them to the dealership
for a fix. LaHood was referring to a problem with some uncontrolled
acceleration problems with some Toyota vehicles. However, LaHood
painted a wide brush in his comments about Toyotas when the problem,
which resulted in a voluntary recall of millions of Toyota vehicles,
including the popular Camry and Corolla, by the Japanese auto giant,
affected only a small fraction of Toyota vehicles. LaHood has also
threatened Toyota with unspecified civil penalties.

Asian intelligence
agencies have discovered that LaHood was implementing a White House
operation to grab a major portion of Toyota’s market share
and hand it over the General Motors and Ford. The Obama administration,
through its bailout of GM, has become a virtual auto company and,
therefore, is playing economic hardball with Japan. Ford also benefited
from the Obama administration’s stimulus package. The chief
architects of the anti-Toyota campaign, according to our sources,
are Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and White House Chief of Staff
Emanuel.

By increasing
GM’s viability at the expense of Toyota, Geithner sees a potential
windfall when the federal government sells its share of GM stock
to the public. The corporate media have played along with the Obama
administration’s anti-Toyota and anti-Japan operation by hyping
the safety issues with Toyota’s vehicles, especially the popular
Prius hybrid vehicle. The Obama administration has decided on economic
warfare against Toyota to restore GM as the world’s number
one auto manufacturer, a position enjoyed by GM until 2007 when
Toyota overtook it in sales.

The Japanese
government is aware of the machinations of the Obama administration
in creating the controversy about Toyota. Tokyo is also acutely
aware of the ill effects the Toyota recall is having on the value
of the yen vis a vis the dollar.

Informed sources
point out to WMR that some 37,000 Americans died last year in road
accidents. The issue of sticky accelerator pedals arose last year
after a California Highway Patrolman and three of his family members
were killed when their Lexus ES350 attained speeds in excess of
120 mph and struck another vehicle and was propelled off an embankment,
bursting into flames. One of the passengers in the Lexus reported
in a 911 call that the accelerator was stuck. There is a controversy
over whether the crash was caused by electronics or the floor mat.
Toyota recalled millions of vehicles last October over concerns
that gas pedals were catching on floor mats.

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February
17, 2010

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