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FACT?...FICTION?...OR, TOTAL BULLSHIT?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljR1JlESJYw
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Marana, Arizona.
PINAL AIRPARK, once-secretive aircraft boneyard slowly opens its gates.
Built for the military, and former home to CIA Operation, Pinal Airpark is finally ready for its closeup:
http://www.azcentral.com/story/travel/road-trips/2015/03/27/pinal-airpark-secretive-aircraft-boneyard-slowly-opens-gates/70499204/
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AREA 51 UPDATE:
From Where'sJanet of Dreamland Resort:
"As of March 14, 2015, Area 51 is upgrading/expanding their power station. Also they are paving the dirt parking lot (Left image) and the power station upgrade (on the Right page)".
"They are upgrading their main power feeds to handle the upcoming EMP" - from Greatguess of Dreamland Resort.
"By the way, they have had a softball field since the 1960s. It has been home to such teams as the 8-Ballers and the Ballpark Franks.
You can also see the remaining tennis court. The other tennis court was removed several years ago to make room for several smaller structures (squash courts?) and a gazebo". - from Peter Merlin of Dreamland Resort.
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A STRONGER, RE-ARMED JAPAN IS A MUST FOR ASIA'S STABILITY
by Norio Hayakawa
September 29, 2006

For too long, Japan has endured continual harassment from North Korea and even from Red China which keeps harping endlessly on Japan's past atrocities in World War II and which seems to be the new bully of Asia.
Sure, what happened in World War II was atrocious.  Everybody knows that.
It was tragic and should not (and will never) under any circumstance, be repeated.
Yes, we must all learn from the mistakes of the past.
But we cannot forever only dwell in the past.
In recent times North Korea test-flew its missile brazenly over Japan's airspace.
We must not forget that North Korea also had snuck past Japan's maritime boundary line and abducted its citizens.
North Korea still refuses to publicly admit its criminal conduct and to properly disclose the whereabouts of the abductees.
 
It's about time that Japan re-arm itself and join the ranks of adult nations that have proper and sufficient defense capabilities. 
Needless to say, it has more than sufficient technological knowhow to create a decent, modern military force. 
It's about time that Japan scrap its outdated 1947 Constitution which was imposed upon immediately after World War II.
Revising the Article 9 of the 1947 Constitution (which prevents Japan from using war or military force to settle international disputes) is a must and Japan must be granted the right of collective self-defense together with the U.S. and other allies.
Japan must begin to arm itself sufficiently and assume more responsibility in this new century, lessening the burden for the U.S.,  and yet maintaining its position as a staunch ally of the U.S.
 
For too long, Japan has been seen simply as a self-serving economic monster whose sole interest was in becoming a dominant economic power, although it has proven itself a strong leader in cooperation and world (as well as regional) peace since World War II.
 
With the creation of a respectable military, the defense industry of Japan will create more job opportunities for the people.
I also propose that a draft system be established in Japan.
It will be beneficial for the youths of Japan who seem to be living aimlessly today with hardly any sense of national pride or identity.
 
Times are changing.
We cannot live in the past.
We cannot eternally go on living with a World War II mindset.
We are now faced with global terrorism and the continual threats from rogue nations that harbor terrorists, and harassments from the rising bully of Asia, Red China.
Japan must also watch out for another bully, Russia.
I fully support the creation of a full-fledged Japanese Army, Navy and Air Force that could defend on its own from such as North Korea.
The days of restrained Self-Defense Forces of Japan must come to an end.
 
We need a stronger Japan that will take more responsibility than just concentrating on self-serving economic interests under the umbrella of guaranteed U.S. military protection.
Japan should no longer kowtow to the harassment from North Korea or from the rising bully, Red China...or even from another bully, Russia.
Japan should re-arm itself fully so that it could, on its own, completely defend itself from any threats.
This is the only way to gain back respect.
 
This does not mean that Japan will revert itself back to the pre-World War II mentality to dominate Asia.
It will never ever happen.
Japan learned its lessons fully.
 
A strong U.S.-Japan bilateral relationship must continue. 
Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, the Philippines and other Southeast Asian nations (as well as Australia), together with the U.S., should work together politically and militarily to strengthen the defense of Asia from any rogue nations or any global terrorist groups or from a big bully such as Red China (as well as Russia), and help consolidate the stability, peace and guarantee of democracy in Asia.
 
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Japan has inducted into service its largest warship since WWII, the 814 foot long Izumo. The activation of such a large ship, dubbed a 'Helicopter Destroyer,' has regional powers and academics alike questioning the limits of Article 9 in Japan's Constitution.
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NAZI UFOs...FACT?...FICTION?....OR, MYTH?
(this is not a photo, it is just an artist's illustration of the alleged Haunebu disc).
The myths of Nazi UFOs are based on supposedly successful attempts to develop advanced aircraft or spacecraft in Nazi Germany prior to and during World War II and the supposed post-war survival of these craft in secret underground bases in Antarctica, South America and the United States and even the Moon or Outer Space along with their Nazi creators......By the way, this allegedly sophisticated technology didn't exactly help them win the war!!
READ THIS:
http://hyperboreanvibrations.blogspot.com/2011/02/nazi-ufos-truth-or-myth.html
AND ALSO READ THIS:
http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Nazi_UFOs
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Joseph P. Farrell discusses this subject in his book, "The SS Brotherhood of the Bell" and Len Kasten touches on it in his book, "Secret Journey to Planet Serpo".
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Ghost Riders In The Sky.....by Norio Hayakawa
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You're all invited.
Keyboardist/Vocalist Norio Hayakawa will perform at the SPOT CAFE in Corrales, New Mexico.... on Saturday, April 4, 2015......11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Dance to the 50s, 60s and 70s Music, Standard Pops, Latin, Country & Western and New Mexico Music....great lunch menu, beer and wine served.
4940 Corrales Rd., Corrales, New Mexico. (right next to the new Fire Station).
Tel. (505) 899-7768.
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AREA 12......YESTERDAY AND TODAY.
Today, Area 12, located approximately 18 miles west of Area 51, is a large complex west of Station 700 and south of Aqueduct Mesa on Black Mesa Road, inside the Nevada National Security Site. There are at least 200 dormitory rooms, a cafeteria, a movie theater, weapons and munitions storage and numerous operations and support buildings.
Today it is primarily a counterterrorism training facility but at one time it may have been utilized as bio weapons training and research.
But years ago, Area 12 held 61 nuclear tests between 1957 and 1962, one of which involved two detonations. All tests were conducted below Rainier Mesa and Aqueduct Mesa.
Area 12 was the primary location for tunnel tests and used almost exclusively for that purpose. The tunnel tests were mined into those two Mesas.
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FOOD IS JUST MEDIOCRE....BUT MORE THAN THAT, THE SERVICE IS THE WORST OF ANY RESTAURANT WE HAVE EVER VISITED IN THIS CITY. When we first visited this restaurant in 2008, we were pleasantly surprised that it served a fairly decent Japanese food, for not being in places like California where there are superior Japanese restaurants. Upon our recent visit here, we were totally devastated to find out that the quality has deteriorated while the price became disporportionately elevated for its quality. But above all, we recently experienced one of the worst dining experiences we ever had when we were served by an arrogant, rude waitress who had no proper waitress decorum. Our family celebration ended up in a bitter, unforgettable experience. We wasted $112 for nothing. We spoke to the manager/owner who told us that we should speak directly to the waitress. We did. Even today I hear that many of the waitresses in this restaurant do not seem to understand what true service is. We cannot recommend this establishment to anyone, based on the rudeness in service. The owner should present us with a compensatory lunch or dinner for our terrible ordeal there. If she does, it will show that she is trying. But nothing has happened so far.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
When we first moved here to New Mexico from California in 2008, we were pleasantly surprised that there is a Japanese-owned and manager restaurant in Albuquerque. Our first visit here in 2008 was enjoyable and we thought that they did serve fairly decent Japanese food. Upon our recent visit here, we can definitely state that the quality of food has gone down and the price has gone up disproportionately to the quality. The worst was the arrogant attitude shown by one of the waitresses here. She had no proper manners when serving a customer. Our family celebration turned into a disastrous, unforgettable distasteful memory. I can clearly state that I wasted a total of $112 for nothing. We spoke to the manager (owner?) about it and all she did was to tell us to speak directly to the waitress. We did. We told her that she needs to be re-educated in proper manners when serving a customer.
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Public - 2 years ago
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Simply stated, Kokoro is the best family-style Japanese restaurant in Albuquerque. The food is simple but has great taste. The menu is simple and not complicated. The place is casual and very reasonable. Food at Kokoro is comparable to any typical, family-style eatery that you can find in any place in Japan. The best thing about Kokoro is that hot tea, gree tea, coffee and of course water, is all FREE. You can't beat that anywhere else. Lastly, what's great about Kokoro is that it is open continuously from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., including Saturdays.
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