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The New Zealand Matter

The New Zealand matter has been done. I hope you do not shake the ground, neither make the military plane fly over the residential area even if it has comparatively silent engines.

Japan pitches C-2 for New Zealand transport fleet
By: Nigel Pittaway   February 27, 2019


Kawasaki Heavy Industries will offer its C-2 transport aircraft to New Zealand for the country’s Future Air Mobility Capability program. (Nigel Pittaway/Staff)

MELBOURNE, Australia — Kawasaki Heavy Industries will offer its C-2 transport aircraft to New Zealand for the country’s Future Air Mobility Capability, or FAMC, program, a company representative confirmed Tuesday.

New Zealand has a requirement to replace its aging Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules and Boeing 757-200C aircraft with a new capability. The FAMC program seeks to deliver a strategic and tactical airlift capability, which may involve a mix of two different aircraft types, or a single type able to meet essential requirements in both roles.
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cited from DefenseNews https://www.defensenews.com/digital-show-dailies/avalon/2019/02/28/japan-pitches-c-2-for-new-zealand-transport-fleet/



Choshi quake showing two 123s


Serial quakes inshore New Zealand


The shrine named Princess Shitateru(shine the world below) being located on the opposite bank to Choshi

歴史の話はつまらないかもしれません。しかし、千年、2千年前の出来事が現在の諸事件や国際関係、また自然災害にまで深く関連しているとしたらどうでしょうか?123便事件の理解もその視点が絶対に欠かせないのです。

 参考:犬神モロと下照姫 (2/28掲載)

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NONNE ISTE EST FABER FILIUS MARIAE FRATER IACOBI ET IOSEPH ET IUDAE ET SIMONIS NONNE ET SORORES EIUS HIC NOBISCUM SUNT ET SCANDALIZABANTUR IN ILLO
Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary, the brother of James, and Joseph, and Jude, and Simon? are not also his sisters here with us? And they were scandalized in regard of him.
「この人は、大工ではないか。マリアの息子で、ヤコブ、ヨセ、ユダ、シモンの兄弟ではないか。姉妹たちは、ここで我々と一緒に住んでいるではないか。」このように、人々はイエスにつまずいた。
(Mark 6:3)


The Sun, The Moon and The Earth
Written on the ground of Jesus Christ
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