In a previous article we showed how the U.S. is using the declining Yen currency to prop up and protect both the dollar and the stock markets, and in this essay we will see another aspect of how America and Wall Street is siphoning the last remaining assets from the Japanese people to supplement the lost liquidity that occurred after the Federal Reserve ended QE3.
In a term coined by statistician and well known analyst Dr. Jim Willie, the U.S. is raiding Japanese pension funds through a joint mechanism he calls, Operation Tokyo Twist. The crux of this scheme is for Prime Minister Abe to take the last remaining solid reserve in the Japanese financial system… which is their pension fund, and use the money to purchase U.S. Treasuries and replace the pensions with newly printed Yen from their central bank.
In essence, Japan will take over buying U.S. bonds for the Fed by liquidating the government account holding Japanese pensions and replacing them with devalued fiat currency printed out of thin air.
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