“AKB48 Koi Suru Conspiracy Theory”
AKB48 Music video for “Koi Suru Fortune Cookie”. This is one the most popular AKB48 songs, released in October 2013, and is another reason WHY I LIKE AKB48. The song also appears on the new AKB48 album “Tsugi no Ashiato” . You can watch this music video on this YouTube link. Make sure to turn on 1080 HD.
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At first glance, this music video may seem like a happy dance romp about Love and Fortune Cookies. There are many scenes of the AKB48 girls dancing in the street, and interacting with people engaged in everyday Japanese life – day cares, kendo schools, playgrounds, grocery stores, etc. My minions and I however are convinced that this music video masks secret messages pertaining to sinister forces at work, behind the scenes, as well as hiding in plain sight. Like the famous “Zapruder Film” from 1963, I have analyzed this music video frame-by-frame, in order to uncover a number of truths, missing truths, half-truths, half-lies and various fingers in pies. You seem skeptical …
Rino Sashihara had just upset Yuko Oshima in the AKB48 voting for 2013. This is the first music video where Sashi sings center. Some fans wonder what behind the scenes apparatus had delegated Yuko to 2nd place. Note that “Akimoto” has seven letters. “Kennedy” also has seven letters. President Kennedy was shot from a warehouse and his assassin hid in a theater. Yasushi Akimoto runs a theater where he warehouses AKB48 members. Coincidence?
The video opens with an American(!) introducing the song. An American in charge, eh? Are they saying that Japan is still under the yoke of American hegemony? Indeed the foreigner’s dialect may be difficult to interpret, but I clearly heard him say: “Japan ain’t got no money” … “ain’t got no jobs?” “bad news…” … also he says “Japan, go crazy”. How dare he insult the nation in this way!
Subliminal message moments:
Apparently the AKB video dance had interrupted a “gay pride” parade. A display of several “rainbow flags” are notable throughout. Will Prime Minister Abe take a stance on this issue? … or will chaotic, but FABULOUS dancing in the streets force his hand? The “Seibu Dome” clearly seen in the background has obviously been photo-shopped in — particularly since this video takes place in Tokyo.
Video time 1:36: There is a tall, pink-haired American transvestite in a parallax view behind Tomomi Itano. Tomo-chin in fact had graduated – and left the group shortly after this video was released. Tomo-chin ELIMINATED, with Paruru WAITING IN THE WINGS? Similar to JFK supplanted by LBJ? Coincidence?
Time 1:58. American tourists disrupt the traffic flow in the Tokyo street. A building in the background is labeled “109”. John F. Kennedy’s legendary PT Boat was numbered “PT109” … Coincidence?
Time 2:02. Roger Daltrey, (far right) lead singer of British rock band “The Who” is found hiding out in Japanese professional wrestling. In all of his photos since he “disappeared” several years ago, Daltrey never seems to age. A youth serum developed by MI-6? … WHO can say for sure.
Time: 2:32. AKB48 member, and weather forecaster Yuki Kashiwagi predicts that a center of “Dance Fever” will continue to sweep across southern Japan. Global Warming alarmists and Global Warming deniers have both agreed. Very, very suspicious that this secret treaty (Kyoto to Tokyo) has occurred.
Time 3:17: American comedian Phyllis Diller, or is it another of Howard Hughes disguises? Several bottles of Howard Hughes’ urine are observable in the background. I will not judge.
Time 3:21: Yuko’s butt. Or is it? Look closely … What are we being led to believe? … and what does a “Fortune Cookie” resemble … hmmmm … Skeptics demand to know what happened on her “grassy knoll” .
Furthermore, the “Fortune Cookie” dance itself may be a complete fabrication !!!
Note that to dance the “Fortune Cookie” dance, you need to move your arms over-and-back …
… OVER and back …
… over and BACK …
Simply not possible from that angle.
I am being watched …
You may also watch the “English Subbed” version here on Jpopsuki. See this link:
This starlight took 22 days to reach my world.