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    John 15:13

    “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.”

    Even in war, it is very rare that a person consciously chooses to place themselves in a situation where they have a certain 0% chance of survival. For instance, if a soldier jumps on a grenade to stop his comrades from getting killed by the shrapnel, they are given an award, most likely the congressional medal of honor.

    The Kamikaze pilots of Japan have been given a greater exaltation and award than the congressional medal of honor. All of them are enshrined at Yasukuni shrine as Shinto Divinities, which is staffed by a Shinto priesthood that shall pay homage to them and pray for them (as I do) for as long as Japan exists.

    This thread is a collection of letters from kamikaze pilots written just before they flew their final missions:
    Honorable Older Brother,

    Once again, orders have come down for the attack from which we will never return. I feel not the slightest regret. Already I have grown intimate with death, the ultimate character-building passage that we human beings have to face. All that is left is to carry out the duties for which I’ve been trained and to fulfill the Imperial mandate. I am deeply ashamed that in the twenty-seven years of my life I have been such an unworthy son and younger brother.

    I will have to leave everything up to you. It is with an untroubled heart that I fulfill the obligations for which I was born. I am merely carrying out my duties as a man.

    The made-in-Manila bar of toilet soap you’ll find in my things was given to me by the chief of staff. Please take good care of Mother, and take care of yourself in the coming winter.

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    This thread is to honor the sacrifices of the Soldiers of Imperial Japan and type prayers them. I do not approve of what they did like torture people, and I pray they all be given the grace and ability to love.

    They were drafted, severely abused, and trained to be the best warriors of world war 2, so much so that if America and Japan at that time had been in the ring alone, America would have lost probably, because Japan fought the Russian Empire, which was more powerful than America, in the Early 20th century, and Japan kicked Russia's ass even though Russia had more men and better weapons.

    The soldiers of Yasukuni were taught to surrender is dishonorable and that when you run out of ammunition you fix bayonets and do a banzai bayonet charge.

    They had the highest threshold to pain and suffering and self-discipline , and they thought their enemies were wimps and dishonorable for surrendering like we did so they were mean to their prisoners.

    A puppy that is severely abused all it's life can become a vicious dog but good for dogfights. Likewise, the soldiers of Japan became great soldiers and ruthless because they were put through so much abuse. One soldier wrote home and said he could never taste his rice because he always had so much blood in his mouth from his officers and comrades beating him.

    This is why the Japanese were so cruel during World War 2.

    I can only honor their suffering, sacrifices, have compassion, and pray they reach the first degree of beauty , power , glory, perfection , and euphoria.

    Do you have any artwork of Imperial soldiers of Japan, especially the Kamikaze you would like to share?
    Last edited by Matthew Mussolini; 01-27-2021, 04:32 PM.

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      Rest in peace Kamikaze and soldiers of Yasukuni shrine. May you be very great soldiers for Christ, the Virgin Mary, and the Capitol Hill Queens. Give me thy powers dear soldiers, for I know of no one so well trained, so brave, so fearless of death, with such a high tolerance to pain and suffering, all of which I long to have some day.

      Be exalted, be Divinities, Saints, Enlightened Buddha's, and Emperors of Heaven and earth. Try to enter into an alliance with Jesus Christ and may you be able to influence all of earth's affairs as the greatest of Divinities, in Jesus name.

      May my love be always with you and for you, my actions and suffering always be for you and the land of the gods, the land of the rising sun and Kami.

      Let each day be my Kamikaze mission where ego, pride, lust, anger, covetousness, envy, laziness, and selfishness and unforgiveness die.

      In Jesus name I pray.

      Lord God, bless the soldiers of Yasukuni Shrine and anoint them to be god warriors, Divinities, Saints, and Enlightened Buddah's. May they be given control of one World Government and the United Nation's with Benito Mussolini, but more importantly, may they be given control of Global one world Religion.

      May they become so popular and so many miracles linked to their miraculous intercession that action figures of them be found in McDonald's happy meals and they become characters in anime and video games.

      In Jesus name, I pray, Amen!


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        "Recently, in calmer moments, I find my thoughts returning continually to you and our soon-to-be-born child. Please take good care of your health.

        When we first arrived at our base in Kyushu, there was a sudden change in plans, and we were all ordered into special attack units. I expected to depart at any moment. Every day, as I waited for my first, and last, attack, I reread the letter you wrote the day you made the jelly and gazed at the photos of you and Sister Etchan.

        Surprisingly, my heart was perfectly at peace-as though another me were gazing upon the me that was so calm.

        But orders, for better or for worse, changed again, and I was assigned to another squadron and given other duties. We made two sorties to Okinawa; the first was completed without incident, and I returned without doing anything especially heroic.

        Mr. Hagiwara, who visited us the other day, asked about you. Try not to be upset, but he was shot down the day after he arrived.

        Now, more than ever, the fleetingness of human life astonishes me, but I have become a much stronger person. You too must be strong. Wait for me. I will return without fail. Until you’ve safely given birth to our child, I have no intention of dying easily.

        Captain Adachi Takuya to his parent
        Kamikaze Special Attack Group No. i Seikita
        Killed in the Okinawa area on 28 April 1945 at age 23
        Native of Hyogo Prefecture

        I don't know what he meant by he would return without failure since he was a Kamikaze pilot, unless he wrote that letter before he knew he was a kamikaze pilot or he meant he would return in Spirit. My understanding is that 10 out of 10 Japanese soldiers that went on Kamikaze missions didn't survive.

        That Kamikaze also died April 28, 1945, same exact day that Benito Mussolini died."

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        Last edited by Matthew Mussolini; 01-27-2021, 06:52 PM.


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