Father and Son (Yakuza Bonafuda)

A Bonafuda, is a “white skin”, someone who is Yakuza by virtue of accepting Japanese honor after World War 2, by taking a journey into Asia, and coming out with a credit kill for killing a foreign intelligence dealing in one product: heroin. The cause for Tojo’s rise, to stop the murders of Japanese children and women, under the token of smack and the onus of the Tong, burden refused and revoked.

My father, was a Tzade, and I, am a Chet. We take Hebrew characters, because each Bonafuda (a salesman of white skin, in Japanese letters), is reliant on a single drug of Jewish heritage, from the Weimar period, to initiate, to cure a problem.

Series Signum: Tzade

Helsboer: Mint julip, mixed with alcohol, any type you want. You put it in a cask, and tell your kid, it’s really old, but leave it unlocked and open to access. The cure for lethargy, a holy water to remove from vampirism.

It gives you a constant purpose “Choosing between two things”. You get the more useful, more expensive thing, to house, the less useful, less expensive thing. Only if it lines up, does it happen.

If something has a corporate housing potential, above your already held assets without share, you place the second, into share.

That’s all you do.

I.E., you sell the assets into share, within the corporate housing potential. It’s how you kill just about anyone, on a rotated, inevitable line.

A psychologist, in Japanese terms.

In combat, they move you opposite their position, to put you in a wall, through a door, ahead of them to guide, or behind them to give you a threat of grasp. It always works on guidance, unless a grasp of the limb, the movement with a step to the wrong side and the left side open but behind, or the right side open but below, to break an arm.

Series Signum: Chet

Rotterdam: Someone that imbibes a shot of hard liquor or distilled wine, with a joint of marijuana. Cures night terrors, the touch of the reptile, a serial killer in the neighborhood, brings the dead back to life.

They’re a properties foreclosure man. The key to a Chet, is having two functions, that can be singular, sequenced, simultaneous, or triplicate (a pair of the prior), giving 15 possible movements. A set of five, with five movements up in a pair of joints, and five down.

It’s a police comptroller. It’s how you foreclose on someone, anyone, for abusing the common rights of privilege, even your own boss. After your boss changes, you have to release them from service.  They cannot serve another.

You have two functions: Asset protection (the act of preventing capital) and threat elimination (the act of hedging a property). Capital is a contended tangible, a property is an owned construct of concrete location.

It’s a safehouse man. The key to moving, is to always remove, your rival share, as if you controlled it. A jury-rig.

It’s a Japanese accountant.

In combat, they have three joints, they take their prior form of first placement, the incorrect assumption, and throw it third, after a pause between two approaching strikes to block an incoming fighter, with a blow from the left arm or a lock across the left arm as the button mashes, the panic weapons, only uses outside of combat, unless lethal.

Published by cheater120

Consider me an expert in information munitions. I practice Zazen meditation, Yakuza Trappist form (a Yakuza, games cheat, and Trappist, a counter-agent), as a Bonafuda, a mercantile salesmen of information through philosophy, literature, fiction, and academics, distributed as munitions technique deployed for the purpose apparent to you, unless of course you have violated the ethics of my piece, in which case you will be trapped inside a theft of the piece and an action within the boundaries of the violation you have committed in Benedictine culture, the Jewish affiliate within Catholic culture. Buyer beware, and these poems, are free.

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