Re: [bcn2004] Japanese Racial Movement

Sayin Arkadaslar Merhaba,

Sayin Ilham Aliev Bey kardesimiz Japonlarla ilgili ilginç bilgileri,
"UNITED AZERBAIJAN" <united_azerbaijan@...> kaynakli,
Kamil Kartal Beyin de aktarmasiyla bizlerle paylasmislar. Sagolsunlar.
Bu vesile ile beni bir hayli zamandanberi zihnen mesgul eden bir
durumu sizlerle paylasmak istedim. Söyle ki:

Japonyanin milli tarihinde "ASHIKAGA" adli bir ailenin kurmus oldugu
uzun ömürlü bir hanedanlik Japonyanin kaderine uzun bir süre
hükmetmistir. Bu ad her haliyle Türkçe bir ad oldugu görüntüsünü
veriyor. Japonyali bu adin kimligi hakkinda bilgi sahibi arkadaslar
bildiklerini bizimle paylasirlarsa minnettar kalirim.

Ayrica Japonyanin bas sehrinin adi olan "TOKYO" benim ilgimi bilhassa
çekmektedir. Zira Türk adinin eski Çin kaynaklarinda verilen sekli
"TU-KUE" (T'U-KUEH, TU-KU) seklinde yazildigi bilinir. Halbuki
"TOKYO" adi ile "TIU-KUE" (TIU-KUO) birbirine çok yakin olup
aralarinda çagrisim yapmakta ve dil akrabaligi göstermektedir. Ben
bunun bir tesadüf oldugundan süphe ediyorum. TU-KUE neslinden olan
Japonlarin Japonyada bas kentlerine "TOKYO" adi vermeleri beklenir.
Zira Japonlar da günese tapan bir millet idiler. NIPPON sözü bunu
isaretlidigi gibi bayraklari da bunu belirtiyor (Beyaz zemin üzerine
"Al günes diski"). Diger taraftan Türkler de (UTU-MAN) ve de Sumerler
(UTU-MAN) günese tapan ulus idiler. "TOKYO" adindan evvel bas kentin
adi "EDO" imis. Bu adi tersinden Türkçe olarak okudugumuzda "OD E"
(OD EVI) anlaminda olabilecek bir ad oluyor. "E" sözü Sümercede "EV"
anlamindadir. Bu da pek tesadüf olmasa gerek. Zira eski Türk
dünyasinin kentlere ad verme töresinde Gün-Tanrinin adi pek çok kente
veriliyordu. Böylece, "TOKYO" adi hem "OTO KÖY" (UTU KÖY) seklinde
"Günes Köyü" anlaminda olabiliyor ve hem de "TIU-KUE" adli atalarinin
da adini kentin adinda saklamis olabiliyor. Bu durum karsisinda ola
mi ki "TOKYO" adi ve "TIU-KUE" adi biri digerinin ayni olsun ve Türk
asillilar tarafindan sehire ad olarak verilmis olsun? Ayrica bu
"ASHIKAGA" hanedanligi ile "TOKYO" ve "KYOTO" sehir adlari arasinda da
tarihi iliski oldugunu saniyorum.

Yine Japon tarihinde ikinci önemli bir hanedanligin (ailenin) adi
"TOKUGAWA" diye veriliyor. Bu ad "TO-KUG-AWA" seklinde ayrilip
Türkçe olarak okundugunda "adin "UTU KÖK EVÜ" yahut "OT/OD GÖK EVI"
olabilecegi akla uygun geliyor. Yani "Gök Atesi evi" / "Günesh Evi"
anlaminda bir Hakanlik ailesi oluyor. Türklerin GÖK TÜRK adini andiriyor.

Ayrica bu aileler Japonlarin "SHOGUNATE" deyimi ile eslestiriliyorlar.
Bu ad "SHO-GUN-ATE" seklinde ayrilip Türkçe olarak okundugunda "ISHU
GUN ATA" yahut "ISHU GUN ADI" seklinde ifadeler ortaya çikiyor ki bu
adlar da yine pek tesaduflere benzemiyor. Görüldügü gibi bu adlar GÜN,
ISHI, ATA ve ATI/ADI Türkçe adlari ve onlardan yapilmis Türkçe
ifadeler olabiliyorlar. Kendilerini "Orta Asyali" bilen Japonlarin
asillarinin Türk olmasi beklenir bir durumdur. Bu adlar da bu
düsünceyi destekler mahiyettedirler. Elbetteki bu fikirleri
kesinlikle destekleyen bilgiler elimizde bulunmamaktadir. Bununla
beraber bu görüslerimi sizlerle paylasmak istedim. Sizlerin de
görüsleriniz JAPON kimligi hakkindaki bir sirin çözülmesine yardimci
olabilir. Japonlarin Tur/Türk soyu ile baglantili olabilecegini bir
nevi isaretleyen bu durumlari süpheli bir sekilde belirttikten sonra
su Ingilizce metni de sizlerle paylasmak istedim:

Jonathan Norton Leonard and The Editors of TIME-LIFE BOOKS give the
following in their book entitled "EARLY JAPAN", TIME-LIFE BOOKS, NEW
YORK, 1968, p. 13-14:

"About 250 A.D. this island country of mild barbarians governed by
sorceress queens fell under sterner influences. Across the Korea
Strait came fierce Mongoloid horsemen, an invasion that was probably
part of the explosion of Asian peoples destined to fling the Huns
against the Roman Empire a century later. Little is known about them
except that they fought in iron armor and wielded superior iron
weapons. They may have been comparatively few in number, but their
horsemanship and weapons, and perhaps their organization and fighting
spirit, were responsible for bringin a new structure to Japonese society.

Soon the warlike horsemen became established as the aristocracy of
Japan, and it was not many generations before one of their noble
families, perhaps in allience with native priest-aristocrats, won
precedence over the others. By a miracle of continuity, this same
Imperial Family, originating deep in the shadows of prehistory, still
reigns over modern Japan.

Japanese mythology is richly embroidered with details about the divine
origin of the Imperial Family. According to one myth, the first
earthly member of the family was the grandson of Amaterasu, the
sun-goddess. Sent down from heaven to establish order and bearing
three precious symbols-curved jevel, the sword and the mirror that
even today are imperial tokens- "the august grandchild" landed in
southeastern Kyushu. One of his human descendants was Jimmu Tenno, the
half-legendary first emperor of Japan, who enlarged his domain until
it included the fertile Yamato plain on HONSHU, near the modern city
of Osaka. There he set up his capital and reigned for "more than 100 years."

Among these decorative mythological fancies runs a thread of fact.
Archeological and historical studies show that the Japanese state
expanded from Kyushu and reached the Yamato region before 400 A.D.
About this time the myths became fairly plausible records, giving the
names of flesh-and-blood emperors and describing the blody struggles
for power among the armed factions that surrounded their court.

Even then the emperor was already cast in the paradoxical role he was
to fill through most of Japan's history-venerated as supreme yet for
all practical purposes more religious symbol than the head of
government. The real ruler was an official something like a prime
minister. This powerful position was a prize fought for by various
clans, who could muster armies of their own. There was no firm rule
of succession; when an emperor died or was depoesd, the great minister
often decided which prince of the Imperial Family was to be his heir.
Sometimes he had several young princes assasinated in order to head
off future rivalries." {PK.: This sounds very much like the Imperial
Family of the Ottoman Empire.}

The first clan to win continuing control of the court was the Soga
family, {PK.: the name SOGA sounds very much like the SAKA name of the
Saka Turks to me.} which consolidated its power by marrying its
daughters into imperial line. Thus upon the death of a ruler, the
successor who ascended the throne always numbered the SOGA among his
closest relatives. Even when the new ruler was not a child, the
strong family ties of Japan forced him to obey the orders of his SOGA
advisers. After a number of emperors had married SOGAs, these ties
became still stromger.

Emperors might be dethroned or murdered, but the royal family was
never displaced, because its religious significance was too important.
Only an authentic emperor, directly descended from the sun-goddess,
could be helddivine and could intercede with heaven on behalf of men.
This ritual usefulness was to protect and preserve the Imperial Family
through more than 1,500 years of vicissitudes."

Polat Kaya: With all of these bacground information, I am very
suspicious that the Japanese Imperial Family is coming from the SAKA
Turks. Some of the toponyms in Japanese island country remind us
Turkish like names. Such as:

SAKAI << >> Turkic (Tr.) "SAKA AY" meaning "SAKA moon".
HEIAN-KYO (KYOTO) << >> Tr. "AYHAN KÖYÜ" meaning "AYHAN (Moon-God) village".
HAKATA << >> Tr. "HAK ATA" meaning "God Father, Just Father".
OSAKA << >> Tr. "O SAKA" meaning "it is SAKA".
HONSHU << >> Tr. "HAN ISHU" meaning "Lord Light" (Sun and Sunlight).
HOKKAIDO << >> Tr. "H KÖK AY OD" meaning "Sky Moon Sun".

All these names seem to be coined after the deity names of the ancient
Tur/Turk people's trinity Sky-God religion, i.e., (GÖK-ATA-TANRI,
GÜN-TANRI, AY-TANRI) OGUZ religion.

The nearby island of SAKHALIN continues into the Japanese island of
HOKKAIDO. The name "SAKHALIN" is very much Turkish "SAKA ILIN"
meaning "SAKA country." Similarly the country name KOREA sounds very
much Turkish "KOR ÖY" meaning "House of Fire" referring to it as
"Sun Country".

Selam ve sevgilerle,

Polat Kaya



Kamil Kartal wrote:
>
> ----- Özgün İleti -----
> Kimden: "UNITED AZERBAIJAN" <united_azerbaijan@...>
> Kime: Gönderme tarihi: 08 Temmuz 2004 Perşembe 08:50
> Konu: TURANCILAR YASAYIBLAR- YASAYIRIG
>
> 07.08.2004. New-York city
>
> Japanese Racial Movement
>
> Japanese language belongs to the Turanian (Ural-Altaic-Sumerian) family of
> language. (Turanian is to Ural-Altaic-Sumerian). The ideology called
> Turanism or Turanianism is based upon the theory that such Turanian peoples
> as Hungarians, Finnish, Estonians, Japanese were derived from the Turanid
> race and therefore have a common blood. It is supported by the DNA analysis
> as well as the linguistic relationship among their languages. Thus, Turanism
> / Turanianism calls for the solidarity of the Turanians.
>
> In the 1920's, Turanist / Turanianist movement widely spread in Hungary
> and in Japan. Hungarian and Japanese Turanists ciaimed that the Hungarian
> and the Japanese were derived from the common racial ancestry and that the
> forefathers of the Japanese had originated in the Euro-Asian region and
> ressetled in the main island of Japan. Here in Japan, such Turanist
> organisations as Turanian National Alliance – Tsuran Minzoku Doumei (1921) –
> Turanian Society of Japan – Nippon Tsuran Kyoukaiearly (1930's) –,
> Japanese-Hungarian Cultural Association – Nikko Bunka Kyoukai (1938) – were
> founded. Also in Hungary, such Turanist organisations as Turanian Society
> (1910) and Turanian Alliance of Hungary (around 1920) was founded. The
> Turanian Society in Budapest often carried in its magazine "Turan" articles
> about the Japanese and sent a cultural mission to Japan in 1922. In Hungary
> of those days, it was claimed that Hungarian Royal Household should adopt a
> member of the Japanese Imerial Household.
> Finnish language is also partly related to the Mongolic languages, and DNA
> analysis showed that the Finns have some genetic ancestry from eastern
> Mongolia. Finland as well as Hungary was a member of the Axis and was on the
> same side as Germany, Italy and Japan during the Second World War.
>
> The Arrow Cross Party / Hungarist Movement – Nyilaskeresztes Part /
> Hungarista Mozgalom –, Hungarian National-Socialist Party, had a pronounced
> theory of "Masterman" (Herrenmensch), like the NSDAP. Its founder and leader
> was a former major with the General Staff, Szálasi Ferenc (1897-1946), who
> became the head of state and Prime Minister in Hungary on 16th October 1944,
> after the Germans removed Horthy Miklós from office. th October 1944, that
> Hungary would pull out of the war. The Germans then forced Horthy to
> abdicate and placed Szálasi as head of Hungary. -->In accordance with
> the origins of the Magyar people, Szálasi pursued pronounced pan-Turanian
> ideas, which received a great deal of support from Japan, and here Szálasi
> took advantage of playing the Japanese envoy in Budapest off. Szálasi named
> the Hungarian National-Socialism "Hungarism" (Hungarizmus), and tried to put
> Hungary back as a world power. Szálasi used the word "Asemitism" – which is
> created by himself –
> in place of "Antisemitism". Szálasi explained that Antisemitism was merely
> "hate against Jews", while his own "Asemitism" meant not only hate, but
> "total negation of Jews". Szálasi also created an concept of the
> world-system of the National-Socialism: "Conationalism". Conationalism is
> based upon a council of all the empires with National-Socialist regime, and
> its center should be in Berlin.
>
> We at the same time stand for the ideal of the Eurasian Imperium, which is
> based upon various writer and organisers of the 1800's of the White Russian
> Émigrés who were called Eurasianists and of the Geopolitical plan. They
> believed that Eastern Europe including Germany must work with Russia and
> Japan as the backbone of the New Imperium with Japan as the Power in the
> Geopolitical power in the pacific, and that Turanism / Turanianism is within
> Eurasianism. Among them was German Geopolitical scientist Prof. Karl
> Haushofer, who became Hitler's closest political advisor after his pupil
> Rudolf Heß introduced him to Hitler.
>
> [input]
>
> Japanese Fascists and World War 2
>
> The first Fascist organisation in Japan was Japanese Fascist League –
> Nippon Fashisuto Remmei – which was founded in April 1933. Meanwhile, Seigo
> Nakano [Seigou Nakano], one of the Japanese greatest nationalist, founded
> another Japanese Fascist organisation "Tohokai" [Touhoukai: Eastern Society]
> in 1936 and won an election. He also had a talk with Mussolini in 1937 and
> Hitler in 1938. But he killed himself in Japanese "Seppuku (Harakiri)" style
> after he was released from a false charge of the revolution. Tohokai used to
> hold open-air marches but was banned after WW2. Its symbol was based on a
> letter meaning "East".
>
> ---------------------------------
> Gen. Dipl. Hiroshi Oshima [Hiroshi Ooshima] stayed in Germany a military
> attaché from 1934 and deepened the friendship with NSDAP. He contributed
> greatly to the conclusion of the Anti-Communist Treaty between Germany and
> Japan in 1936. He became Japanese Ambassador to Germany in 1938 and made
> efforts to establish the Axis Alliance. His nick name was "German Ambassador
> to Germany", and the USA described him as "more Nazi than the Nazis" or
> "more German than the Germans."
>
> Oshima was also a close personal friend of Adolf Hitler and was a frequent
> guest at Hitler's social and private gatherings. Hitler had an extremely
> high opinion of Oshima, saying, "Oshima has an excellent brain." Having
> complete trust in Oshima, Hitler confided to him in advance that he was
> going to attack the Soviet Union. Oshima presented Hitler a Japanese sword
> "Katana" for his birthday. Oshima stayed in Berlin with Hitler right up to
> the end. He was sentenced to death at the Tokyo Trial.
>
> ---------------------------------
> Another Japanese diplomat Toshio Shiratori became Japanese Ambassador to
> Italy in 1938 and was deeply impressed by Italian Fascism. After Mussolini
> lost his post, Shiratori suggested him to escape to Japan. But Mussolini
> answered, "I want to die in Italy." Shiratori was also sentenced to death at
> the Tokyo Trial and excuted in 1949. He was also a leading member of the
>
> hormetle; ILHAM