On April 9, 2013, just nineteen hours after Margaret Thatcher's death, Master Ryuho Okawa summoned her spirit to hold a miraculous spiritual interview with Europe's first female prime minister, famously known as the Iron Lady. The effects of her frail health and the senility of her later years were apparent during the beginning of the interview, because it was held immediately after her death, before her spirit could become adjusted. However, it was not long before her spirit regained the strength and confidence of character that had so defined her leadership during her term as prime minister of the United Kingdom.
In words marked by her signature clarity and determination, Margaret Thatcher provided valuable answers to essential and timely questions. Her answers will prove helpful not only to the United Kingdom, but also to the global economy and governments all over the world, including those of the United States and the European Union. She talks about what role governments should take, why socialism is evil, why diligence is the key to the United Kingdom's prosperity, how she successfully predicted the failure of the European Union, and what qualities are required in an excellent statesmen.
In the midst of Japan's territorial disputes with China over the Senkaku Islands and its struggles with North Korean missile threats, Thatcher asks the Japanese government to remember the courageous spirit of Bushido, which she holds in high regard. She encourages the Japanese to be proud of their history, including the incredible strength and ingenuity of Japanese forces during the beginning of World War II. She reminds us that Japan shocked the world in the battle off the coast of Malaysia when it sank the British battleship Prince of Wales and battlecruiser Repulse - so much so that Winston Churchill would later write about his shock in his memoirs. This was the first time in history that aerial attacks alone had sunk capital ships that were operating on the high seas. Now, more than half a century after the last world war, the United States and Japan are allies, and the United States, says Margaret Thatcher, should help Japan fight to protect its territory and citizens.
In Master Okawa's miraculous spiritual message, Margaret Thatcher reminds us that the world is in need of brave and able statesmen with the courage to act decisively to preserve nations, protect world justice, and promote prosperity.