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2011年 04月 24日

Ben Fulford, April 24, 2011

White Dragon Society signed an alliance with the World Red Swastika Society”This is a pre-normal-posting-time article by Ben. The first part was in Japanese, which I translated using Google Translate. Click here for the link to the original.

Japanese portion (translated)

White Dragon Society signed an alliance with the World Red Swastika Society

White Dragon Society has signed an alliance with the World Red Swastika Society. Red Swastika Society is an organization that supports the republican world religions and humanity. White Dragon Society as they are, poverty and environmental destruction from the world, trying to Kusou war.

The English text of the original symbol of the Nazi Swastika is not explained. Red Swastika Society has offices worldwide.

English portion

The International Red Socialists are now allied with the White Dragon Society

Today a group known as the International Red Socialists agreed, at a meeting held in their Ginza, Tokyo offices, to ally itself with the White Dragon Society. The Red Socialists believe that all of the world’s people and religions need to live together in harmony. They also support White Dragon Society goal of ending the triple ills of war, poverty and environmental destruction. They have offices worldwide.

Their symbol is a red swastika This symbol predates the Nazis by thousands of years and is of the same ultimate origin as the Christian cross. Its original meaning is the four alchemical elements of fire, wind, water and earth. It also symbolizes that we all come from the same origin and that there are great, recurring historical cycles. It is time to start dissociating this ancient Eastern religious symbol from Nazi horror.

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Note from K: Although I have been unable to find a reference to the “International Red Socialists” (mentioned in the English portion), I was able to find information on the “Red Swastika Society” (mentioned in the Japanese translated portion). Here is the text from a Wikipedia article about the Red Dragon Society.The Red Swastika Society (simplified Chinese: 世界红卍字会; traditional Chinese: 世界紅卍字會; pinyin: shìjiè hóngwànzìhuì) is a voluntary association founded in China in 1922 by Qian Nengxun (錢能訓), Du Bingyin (杜秉寅) and Li Jiabai (李佳白) as the philanthropic branch of the Daodeshe (道德社) “Society of Dao and Virtue”, a syncretist Daoist school, which changed at the same time its name to Daoyuan. It was one of a number of new transnational world redemptive societies founded at the time in China, drawing on Western examples such as the Red Cross to build charitable institutions grounded in religions such as Buddhism and Daoism. (The swastika is a Buddhist/Hindu religious symbol.) Its strength during the 1920s and 1930s seem to vary widely, with citations of 30,000 “members” in 1927 to 7-10 million “followers” in 1937.[1]

Generally, its mission was a broad based effort of philanthropy and moral education. It ran poorhouses and soup kitchens, as well as modern hospitals and other relief works. It had an explicit internationalist focus, extending relief efforts to Tokyo after earthquakes and also in response to natural disasters in the Soviet Union. In addition, it had offices in Paris, London, and Tokyo and professors of Esperanto within its membership.[2]

Perhaps its most storied contact with history was its role in the Nanking Massacre. The rampage of the occupying Japanese forces through the city left thousands of bodies in the streets, and the Society stepped in to assist in burials. Records of these activities from the Society have provided important primary resources for research into the scale of the atrocity and the location of mass graves.

Although it seems to have been suppressed during the Maoist rule in mainland China, the Red Swastika Society appears to continue today as a religious organization focused on charity. It has branches in areas of the Chinese diaspora, with a headquarters in Taiwan. Besides charity work, the Red Swastika runs two schools in Hong Kong (Tuen Mun and Tai Po) and one in Singapore (Red Swastika School).

The Red Swastika was also suggested along with Red Wheel, as an emblem of International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies for India and Sri Lanka, but the idea was not put into practice.[3]

It is related to [?] or “Pre-Cosmic Salvationism”.[4]
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by kissyouten2006 | 2011-04-24 23:16 | フルフォード