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Post-War Japan: How Financiers Transformed Japan's Economy | Timeline financial documentary

Princes of the Yen reveals how post-war Japanese society was transformed to suit the agenda of powerful interest groups, and how citizens were kept entirely in the dark about this. History is now repeating itself around the world.

Based on a book by Professor Richard Werner, a visiting researcher at the Bank of Japan during the 90s crash, during which the stock market dropped by 80% and house prices by up to 84%. The film uncovers how the Bank of Japan pumped up and then crashed the Japanese economy, with an aim of inducing change. Today, what happened in Japan 25 years ago is repeating itself in Europe, with an aim of centralising power in the Eurozone.

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The film shows why it is important for central banks to be accountable and transparent. It also explains how International Financial Organisations such as the IMF seek to impose conditions on countries that are mainly of benefit to dominant Western interests. For anyone interested in understanding recent developments and the significance of the establishment of institutions such as the AIIB and the BRICS led New Development Bank, Princes of the Yen provides the background.

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Princes of the Yen reveals with clarity the control levers that underpin the dominant ideology of the 21st Century. Piece by piece, reality is deconstructed to reveal the world as it is, not as those in power would like us to believe that it is.

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  1. Basically USA screwed the Japanese twice over . And yet many Japanese stiil think the Americans are such wonderful allies and friends. The more they fantasize the more pain they endure.

  2. In which way where the Japanese corporations ordered to “compete for marketshare until bancrupcy” (during the war economy)?
    Did they not have autonomous boards? Who ordered them? How? Would they not get loans for investments otherwise? Does anybody know?

  3. It is inherently the nature of power to seek to perpetuate itself. I mean the new trend whatever it may be is simply the new dirrection the powers that be are taking us. That is if you live in the matrix they create for us and have no qualms about remaining in it.

  4. The USA demonsatrates as it does since 1776 AMERICA FIRST implements rules on others, push others and do the opposite at home in their US perverted Bronzeage Capitalism. and for the Euro Debt Crisis … There is ONE ponit deliberately forgotten. "007 all central banks of the EU and Euro Zone had to bail out their banks, too many had been declared "System relevant" which wern´t, increasing the state depts. Then the OPEC wanted to change to the € instead of the $ … this triggered a huge casino game in the USA to destroy the € and the EU by betting against the overdepted countries, Grece, Portugal, Ireland and Spain … But as too often Anglo Saxons and realities …

  5. In terms of civilisation, young bloods are turning the world the other way around and we're heading backwards into primitivism. Just look at the foolish mentality everywhere.

  6. This is now happening in the USA AND CANADA under the ruse of the pandemic implementing massive DEBTS forcing globalization under the WEF & WHO WEF being the world economic forum brothers UNITED with the European union with instructions from George SOROS responsible for millions of deaths bankruptcies, lost businesses and LIVILHOODS destroyed through hostile takeovers The GRAND DADDY OF COMMUNIST rule , the SOROS family AMAZED great wealth GREAT ! selling the assets of the JEWISH PEOPLE in Germany & Poland during WW11 , the SO CALLED ONCE CONSPIRACY THEORIES ARE NO LONGER there are HAPPENING RIGHT BEFORE OUR EYES UNLESS ?

  7. Economic and financial policies of one country may not be always helpful for the other. The economic policy Aerica and UK followed during those golden times may not actualy work for South Eastern Asia countries. Japan was the first country which experiment the policies those countries follow today. What ever rout Japan had followed after the war, be it good or bad…It had helped them to be the most resilient economy in the world. Like it has happened in the western countries, it didn't deprive low and mid income population. The productivity of Japan is still amazing. But I belive they had learned a lot from their experimentation.

  8. This proves that a centralized economic system, similar to those used by fascist nations, can be better than a wild free market model. It is actually good to have some strong cartels to weight on each other, like unions to counter large industries and so on or the central bank working along private banks to help the productive sector.
    Just look on how fast Japan recovered after WWII, the Korean miracle after the 60s or the Chinese economic boom after 1979, all this countries have a strong intervening central Government with a heavily regulated banking sector.

  9. While watching the documentary I was thinking: It's something very similar to what occured in Spain. Regulators lying about the solutions that were needed because they had a deep and hidden interest. And right when you started talking about European Union I knew Spain was going to be mentioned. This was a great documentary and sadly showcases how corrupt and putrid our world is.

  10. Oh my word, this documentary confirms almost everything I thought was causing Japanese, South East Asian and European recessions. Something the author forgot was the plaza accord and its effect on the strengthening of the Japanese yen, which ultimately hastened the bubble expansion and burst.

    Wish he could research on the performance and recovery of newly independent African economies up to the 80s, and the effects on them due to IMF SAPs and open market economies. Very tragic and would make for an amazing documentary. African nations are poor for very different reasons from what everyone else thinks.

  11. If you enjoyed this, there is an excellent book from the perspective of the 8 large Asian countries (China, Japan, S. Korea, Taiwan: Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, N. Korea).
    It was heavily promoted (in Asia) but obviously subdued elsewhere "How Asia works" by Joe Studwell.

  12. So i should be upset that the IMF and Washington forced Asian countries to open up to foreign investment and ownership by bailing out their banks with strings attached? But all along the US had been allowing Asian firms to own and invest in the US? And the US did not treat their own firms the sabe way a couple years later? Well sounds like Washington did the right thing if I understand this correctly. 1st: We should treat our own firms better than foreign ones 2nd: if we’re going to allow Foreign firms to do business in our country and own property under the protection of our laws, then it seems only fair that our firms can do the same in their countries and they should have laws that protect our firms.

  13. We bombed them . They said they would get us back . They sent Yamasoki over to design the twin towers. WTC attacks and Hiroshima/Nagasaki have similarities

  14. Guess the current project is China.
    The housing-bubble is already more than ripe and a Government that's
    a finely tuned nepotistic kleptocracy, accountable to nobody should just make things easier.


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