4-81 [South Korean ops was compromised by the North]: They should find out the moles

I went to Guam due to a person related to North Korea, though I cannot write down the detail of him.


I still cannot elucidate exactly why they always made an excuse during the operation, but I have assumed they were asked to do so as it was necessary for them to avoid a revenge if I were to become a spy after falling down with their operation. Their recognition was partially correct but partially wrong, as I would not become a spy.


At that time, he suddenly confessed me that he was a Korean descendant and it was weird to me that there were more non-Japanese Asians around me as I lived in Hong Kong. It was totally a useless disclosure, which was also completely out of the context of our conversation at that moment.


I still remembered his wife’s eye worrying so much when leaving as the plan was suddenly changed to eat outside without her. We went to a standing bar run by Korean and sat on the counter to talk to bartenders out there.


I talked to a woman standing in front who spoke a perfect English with a capability to discuss the complicated matter, which was out of norm as she did not need to work as a bartender at the Korean bar in Guam as she could have found a better-paid job.


I was curious and tried to find a reason why, and then, she said she graduated from the university in the US. I understood why she had a good command of English, but her profile should have given her better opportunity to work either in Korea or in the US. Moreover, she was smart enough.


I thought she owned the bar, but the owner was standing next to her and her English was not that excellent. I realized this weirdness at that exact moment and managed to find the reason behind, but she was so reluctant that I gave up my inquiry in the middle.


Looking back from now, she was an intelligence officer of South Korea. The issue was that this whole event was partially set up by the North Korean intention. My friend was availed and made a confession as he was blackmailed by North as his relatives still lived there, which meant that the North and South Korea collaborated the operation against me, but it was not the case officially; i.e. her line of command was compromised by North and some of her senior officers knew the Sep 11 attack in advance, which was why they set up an operation against me in this way.


I cannot specify who they were, but I saw a Korean who talked to Americans at the café in Hong Kong in November 2012. They sat there to let me hear something and they were spies as they had already changed an operation to appear opaquely as almost all of their covers were blown up.


It meant that this Korean officer or ex was highly related to the operation to make use of the Sep 11 attack to frame me. It is impossible for me to identify who he was, but the Korean government can and it is necessary as he is likely one of them compromised by the North Korean intelligence. They needed to get rid of all the moles inside their organization.



4-80 [Another diving trap by the CIA]: This might be one of the ways to kill or confuse their target

I went to Guan in November 2009, which was the early stage of the current endless operation against me. I went diving during this trip though it was not the main purpose of this visit.


As I had already written, my air was lost 10 minutes earlier than any other divers under the deep water in Indonesia, in late 2012, and the same issue occurred at that time as well in Guam.


The issue in Indonesia was a spy operation and I figured out they adjusted a BC jacket to consume more air, which was an operation of the CIA. I got the same experience in Guan in November 2009, it was definitely the CIA operation as well, considering the fact that I was a critical witness of their wrongdoing at the Sep 11 attack and many more illegal conducts of the spies.


Actually, the operation was more dangerous in Guam as my air was suddenly lost at 40 meter below the surface.


I was so perplexed and did not know what to do. I had no idea why my air was lost at that speed and no idea how to counter the problem. I looked at my air gauge away from the group of divers and eventually the instructor found me out.


I had almost lost my air in the first 5-10 minutes and he gave me his. We were quite deep in the water so that it took several minutes way back to the surface, actually took nearly half the whole diving time to depressurize our lungs.


I thought it was just an unlucky accident and I was lucky enough not to die, though I figured out how they wasted my diving air in Indonesia and realized that this Guam incident was also a conduct of the CIA operation. There were other supporting reasons as it was not the only operation taken place in Guam at that time.


This diving boat was a full of Japanese divers, though there were several American instructors. I talked to some of them and there were two guys wearing a dangerous atmosphere. They said that they worked around the world, not a Guam local, and I thought their atmosphere was a result of their freer lifestyle.


Although, I am pretty much sure now that it was an atmosphere of the CIA field agent who set up this operation under water against me.