By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)
Shoebat.com was able to secure the video (special thanks to the Right Scoop), which shows the beheading of Japanese reporter Kenji Goto, a gruesome end to a week of the so-called negotiations.
The video, titled “A Message to the Japanese Government,” begins with Goto on his knees in a river valley. A masked man with a knife in his hand speaks with a British accent, addressing Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
“Let the nightmare for Japan begin,” the executioner says as he puts a knife to Goto’s neck.
There was no immediate comment from Japanese or U.S. intelligence officials.
As we predicted that all negotiations between Japan and ISIS will fail and the Kenji Goto will be beheaded. The real scoop as to why it was easy to predict the outcome is that when it comes to Japan, the real reason that such negotiations failed is that Japan has a use for ISIS. Shoebat.com has warned on March of last year that Japan has an agenda. It has all to do with Shinzo Abe’s reinterpretation of the Japanese constitution in regards to weapons, in order to allow Japan to use weapons for defense and ISIS’s beheading of a Japanese goes along such plans which will advance Japan’s call for right to build its military since now Japan has a war on ISIS.
When ISIS asked for two million dollars to save two Japanese, we said that “the media is not telling you the true scoop: one of these two Japanese is a Muslim jihadi who converted to Islam and that Tokyo is unlikely to pay a $200 million ransom to free the two hostages and if they are beheaded (which most likely they will), this plays right into Shinzo Abe’s game plan against the country’s anti-war constitution.”
So far we were correct. We also added:
“Shinzo had no intentions whatsoever to release any hostages and in fact, offered them on the altar of sacrifice and whether the killing was real or fake matters little, it is the outcome that is necessary: Japan, like Turkey, needs to reverse back to its historic militaristic and ultra religious nationalistic past.”
“Has Shinzo really cared about hostages, why would he send Yasuhide Nakayama, who has long been seen as being close to Israel, something problematic when dealing with ISIS to coordinate Japan’s response and then condemns ISIS while standing in front of an Israeli flag in Jerusalem?
His intent was to upset ISIS to gain this outcome and not to appease them for the sake of two hostages. And to top it all, Abe also chose to reach out to British Prime Minister David Cameron for help, rather than to seek assistance from Turkey. In fact, the Jordanian pilot hostage, Al-Kassasbeh’s father went to the Turkish government for assistance and publicly denounced Jordan’s efforts to get his son released. Ever wonder why? He, as any Arab Muslim on the street, knows well that Turkey carries weight with ISIS. Does anyone wonder why ISIS never executed any of the Turkish hostages and in fact released all of them? Or why ISIS never bombed a single Ottoman shrine while they bombed all others?
At times, a good question is better than any answer.”
Confirming our conclusions, today, February 2nd, from Japan “ISIS Beheadings Are Firing Up The War Hawks In Japan” “Despite a pacifist constitution, Prime Minister Abe is demanding a more aggressive response to the terrorists, and a stronger Japan.”