New Genki Sudo Music Video tries to mend ties between Japan and China and Korea

Amid heightened tensions between Japan and her two neighboring countries – S. Korea and China – one man was quick to take action, proving that not all are nationalistic douchebags. I am, of course, speaking of mixed-martial-artist-turned-buddhist-internet-dancing-sensation Genki Sudo. In his new video “Permanent Revolution,” he and his compatriots dance their way to Asia where they spread their message.

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It’s not until the last 20 seconds of the video that we learn what their message really was. “We are all one,” written in large letters across a single white page. But in an ominous turn of events, a sinister-looking Caucasian special agent is seen sneaking the message into his jacket and leaving the scene. There seem to be two interpretations: 1) the West had orchestrated the conflict and was trying to throw a wrench in the mending process, or 2) the man was taking the message back to the West to share it. What do you think? Any other theories?

Sudo is well known for his timely music videos. Just 1 week after the March 11th earthquake and tsunami, Sudo uploaded “Machine Civilization,” a catchy electronic tune in signature Sudo style that shows support for Japan. “Any accident is neutral,” he says. “Although we are straying around this deep darkness, I believe we can get through anything when each of us can let go of our fear and face things positively… The darkness just before the dawn is deepest. So, we do rise up together to greet the brilliant morning truly coming for the human beings.”

Source: JapanProbe

6 Comments

  1. Hopefully your second interpretation is the one! :)

  2. I hope so too! The 1st one is way too dark and conspiratory.

  3. Yeah random white dude at the end…i’m gonna go with your second guess though..cause I don’t know about everyone else in the US but I looove Japan!

  4. Young Japanese should recall that that Japanese-espoused pan-Asianism is what got them in the WW2 debacle in the first place.

  5. Did anyone else notice the Freemason symbol on the building around :20? It’s an odd symbol to purposefully include in a video about coming together in a peaceful way. Freemasons are supposedly involved in the NWO which has nefarious intents.

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