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: NM.net since 1962--67 thank you japan for making world better place ...2020s Japan is pivotal to sustainable cooperation, lifelong learning and AI's decade, valuing youth & world's number 1 trading belt #BR1 - maps can include essential role in peace blossoming across koreas; Top reasons why worldwide under 30s need network (eg how can we help you and Yuichiro Anzai DC whatsapp +1 240 316 8157) Japanese friendships 2018-19-20
summer 20 japan olympics- with jack ma sponsoring- his expo of first full year as education revolutionary and attempts to bring back SMEs to superstars markets will be world changing - prep universityofstars.tv in run up summer 20, japn hpsts g20 in 2019- youth and other sherpa groups can linkin here; pope to visit japan late 2019; our experieence is youth who study in japan for a while gain extraordinary zen and other abilities -look at what ori is up to in redesigning nigeria helath care- with due respect her lecture at mit was my favorite moment; joi comes in number 3- understanding how bkash was born in legatum is the most importat end poverty lesson i have ever heard; youth networks of arctic circle who linkin round tufts are wonderful- farmers PIH has lots its cooperation edge sin kim went to worldbank unless you know how to help pih open source all it knows that is urgent now it is agreed healthy world's number 1 missing curriculum is peer to peer pre-teen health Legend- Currently editors of world record book of job creation see Asian Pacific Millennials connecting 6 of the other sustainability world's top job creators. Y-Yunus; A-Abed; K=Kim I=Ito W=Women4Empowerment; G=Gandhi edu family Lucknow - are you a journalist for youth who could help with curating this blog? rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk NormanMacraeFoundation
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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

loving each others peoples -10 year race to sustaining youth www

being diaspora scots 4 generations of our family tree have been privileged to meet peoples in most nations on earth and we love the best of every peoples we meet -thanks chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
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japan has been one of the most special places in mediating a globalisation all girls and boys deserve their family trees to invest in :
first in 1962 - consider japan in the ecconomist
by 1964 olympics prince charles loved akio morita sony tv's installation in british embassy so much that and asked sony to inward invest in wales, europe's brentrance for japan in days that english was still worth exchnaging ideas in

fast forward to may 2019 and the start of www.reiwajoy.com - perhaps only japan can bring all nations to sustainability 's world trade maps
lets dream in ways that live up to yoko ono's 1960s imgintion for today's gerenations
japan olympics - fingers crossed japan tennis stars win as fitting celebration of previous emperors favorite sport
these wonderful arts celebrations -japan's musicforsdgs.com italy's premiosciacca.it
partners of mayo-sans wonderful g5 visions

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Emperor Hirohito - one of humanity's greatest leaders - by Norman Macrae (written 1989)

Few would have forecast in 1901 that a prince, who was told at birth that he was the direct descendant of a Storm God and a Sun Goddess, would prove to be a bravely ordinary man who would affect uniquely for good the second half of the new century. That is the Emperor Hirohito's legacy
At his accession in 1926, Japan's military advance could not have been checked by any sort of monarch. Had Emperor Hirohito tried, he would have been pushed aside. Japan's entry into world war in 1941 was particularly popular with many Japanese and hundreds of millions of Asians who saw it as likely to end Asia's hated subjection to European colonialism, which it actually did. The Emperor's great service to this century came in 1945, when he claimed it was the consensus of the Japanese that they should unconditionally surrender, which it actually wasn't
Without the Emperor's decisiveness, the war would have continued for a time. At least a dozen nuclear bombs would have been dropped on Japan, at a time when most of the scientists who invented them had no inkling of how far fatal radiation sickness from them could spread ; they do not really know even now. Soviet troops as senior partners to Chinese communists would have swarmed into Asia, imposing a clamp on much of East Asia, just as it was imposed on East Europe.
When Emperor Hirohito declared on the radio that the "war situation had developed not necessarily to Japan's advantage" and that he had therefore resolved to "tolerate the intolerable", he was sticking out his neck at dire risk that it would be chopped off. Emperor Hirohito was ordering action on the basis of a minority view of the ruling establishment, a courage without constitutional precedence. At that moment he ran an almost equal risk of being killed either by fanatic defeated Japanese or fanatically victorious white men.
During the early period of occupation, some Americans and most Australians wanted to hang the Emperor. When Churchill at Potsdam advocated allowing Japan to surrendered with honour, Truman said that Japanese honour now had no meaning, drawing from Churchill the sage view that "well, they have something they are willing to die for, and kill for, and which may mean more for them than it nee do to us". When MacArthur summoned Hirohito to meet him in Tokyo, the little man touched the immensely tall one by insisting with his first sentence that "any blame upon my people devolve wholly on to me".
Churchill had believed in 1918 that robbing Germany of its imperial system was a mistake, "thus creating the vacuum into which strode Corporal Hitler". However, Churchill was no longer in office when the terms of the Japanese armistice were imposed. It is a mercy- partly due to Emperor Hirohito's bearing at his first meeting with Macarthur - that no such vacuum was created in post-1945 Japan. In renouncing war, The Emperor led his country into embracing commercialism
The fruits of that commercialism have transformed Japan during the long twentieth century reign of Emperor Hirohito even more than Britain was transformed during Queen Victoria's long reign in the previous century. Both monarch's presided over the maturing of a great international economic power, but the maturing of Japan is the more extraordinary. Without that bold decision in 1945, Japan could be a radioactive desert, westerners would then be hated throughout Asia, and most rising oriental suns would be in the eclipse of Stalinism
Emperor Hirohito, (1901-1989) is now named Emperor Showa.
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