Japanese and U.S. World War II Plunder and Intrigue
By Captain Rodney Stitch
This book describes Japanese and U.S. World War II plunder and intrigue that has been kept from the American people for decades. It is a documentary on Japanese atrocities during World War II; the Japanese plunder of a dozen nations from 1937 to 1945; the concealment of the plunder in the Philippines and Japan; the secret retrieval of portions of the plunder by covert U.S. government personnel and subsequent use for worldwide covert operations; and the complicity of banks worldwide.
Numerous insiders provide information and documentation on the Japanese plunder of a dozen nations from 1937 to 1945, and concealing that plunder in Japan and the Philippines. That was followed by the secret retrieval of a portion of the plunder by U.S. personnel for use in covert activities subverting numerous countries.
The story of wartime intrigue, the actions of people in various government entities secretly retrieving Japanese war plunder, and corruptly diverting the funds from the true owners to fund corrupt activities, subverting foreign governments, all with harmful blowback consequences for the security of the United States and the quality of life for the nation’s people. It is an insight into the culture that would gradually mutate throughout government and the society of the United States.
Sampling of issues detailed and documented in that book.
•Description of Japanese atrocities from 1937 to 1945, including the rape of Nanking.
•Japanese plunder of a dozen nations from 1937 to 1945, and its subsequent concealment in Japan and Philippines.
•Japanese stashing of tons of bullion in caves and tunnels throughout the Philippines, known as the Yamashita Treasure.
•U.S. protection of Japanese guilty of horrific war crimes again U.S. prisoners of war.
•The U.S. scheme required that the U.S.-Japan peace treaty falsely claim that there was no Japanese plunder; and required that the U.S. protect certain Japanese war criminals guilty of horrific crimes against prisoners of war; and much more.
•Discovery and secret retrieval of portions of the Japanese plunder by covert CIA and military personnel, and depositing the bullion in banks throughout the world.
•CIA assisting in hiding the plunder obtained by Philippine President Ferdinand Marcus.
•Effect of scheme upon the United States.
About the Author
Rodney Stich is a former Navy patrol plane commander in World War II, international airline captain, federal airline safety inspector, activist against corruption in government, author of over a dozen documentary books on corruption that caused or enabled to occur many of America’s great tragedies. He is the head of a coalition of dozens of former intelligence and law enforcement personnel and other insiders. He has appeared as guest since 1978 on over 3,000 radio and TV shows. His bio is at www.rodneystich.com, with additional information at www.defraudingamerica.com.
- File Size: 1985 KB
- Print Length: 479 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Silverpeak Publisher; Number 9 in the Defrauding America series. edition (November 24, 2010)
- Publication Date: November 24, 2010
Rodney Stitch was a USAF airman, who became an airline investigator, who then got onto looking at all the airline crashes in the 1980s and saw that it was the U.S. Department of Justice getting all of its enemies onto planes to eliminate them — crashing them on purpose.
He put together a superhero’s Justice League collection of disgruntled spooks and began raising hell until 1982, when the bad lawyers figured out how to misuse the legal system, entrapping him for the next 23 years with fake cases and bankruptcy.
He’d been legally divorced for 16 years, but they put his ex-wife up to railroad him with absurd cases – how could he be sued in California for a divorce in Arizona, how could they go seek to attach his fortune that only came into being years after being divorced, when, through hard work and buying up local real estate, he turned $500 into $10 million; how could all of his legal pleas be thrown on deaf ears of deaf judges, every, single, time?
In the end, Stitch even had to spend time in jail for a fake contempt charge during which time a whole spate of DOJ sponsored plane crashes took place. (While inside, he met a new government source, also in for bogus crimes, that turned him onto info for later books.) And when that was all done, they went after the only thing he had left — the dozens of books he’d published — with another fake case that took away his ownership rights to all those texts. Only now that he’s dead are his books coming available online again.
One more point that you might find when reading about Stitch — who the world tried to ignore once they had silence him — is that he was an airman, his specialty later became investigating air crashes, and he felt personally guilty that his imprisonment cost the lives of all those he could have saved in plane crashes if his voice had been heard. By the time we get to 9-11, he’s already an old man, and his writing focusing on the details of the supposed plane hijackings left some truthers with a bad taste — that he was somehow a plant to keep the government’s case up. Obviously, reading his books, especially Defrauding America, which goes into Nugan Hand and BBRDW and so many more crimes, where he calls out every bad guy imaginable, you need to cut him some slack — he just saw that planes were involved and felt terrible that he couldn’t save everyone.
That they did this
Depressing to know about this subject.