Japanese Assistant Teacher Market controlled by Mormon LDS Church. Millions of $ for missionary activities made on the back of Japanese tax payers

Interac and the LDS church

Interac is the biggest provider of assistant language teachers for government schools in Japan. They earn 500,000 Yen (5,000USD) per teacher per month and pay him 250,000 salary. Where does the rest of the money go? You'd never guess...

Started as an undercover mormon mission by two mormon missionaries
Interac started as an undercover mormon mission in the early Seventies. As it is illegal to recruit members for religious groups they came up with a special trick. Teaching English to Japanese for free. Take a guess what kind of vocabulary was tought...

Started by two mormon missionaries has developed into a fantastic money machine for the LDS Church. Most employees ignore that they are working in tothe pocket of a religious group. And Japanese taxpayers definitely don't agree with that practice.

Why is it a secret?
Interac/Selnate avoids to state the obvious connection between Interac and the Mormon Church (LDS), because it would obviously be bad PR for them. It might even get them in trouble with their main client. The Japanese government. A religious group not only feeding but almost controling the stream of English teachers for Japanese Schools? How about Japanese tax payers that waste millions, investing into the mormon church and its aggresive missionary practices? Who wants to work for the mormons without knowing?

It is proven that Interac is owned by Selnate who runs Maxceed and Selti. Selnate.co.jp clearly states it. And it is obvious that American Selnate with its headquarters in Mormon capital Provo Utah - incident? No Selnate's offices are 2 blocks from the BYU University - Selnate and the mormon University BYU work together.

It is a proven fact that the mormon church engages in the very same business in China. The LDS community itself says:

Interac is "owned, operated and controlled by a prominent LDS family in Japan".

Interac's Cofounder: A Mormon Missionary

Roice Krueger is co-founding manager of Interac-Japan, one of the largest training organizations in Japan. Roice Krueger is an Elder of the Mormon Church, which means he is an official missionary.

Mormonism is not just some private religious belief. It's a lifestyle. If you've ever been to Utah you know what I mean. Keep in mind that 10 percent of every obedient Mormon's income is given to his church unhesitatingly, because he is confident that he is giving to God. And Roice is not just some member, according to his profile Roice is an "Elder" which is not just an older member or something. Elder is a Mormon euphemism that actually means missionary:
Elder. Definition: The proper title given to holders of the Melchizedek Priesthood. The title is used for members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, the First Quorum of the Seventy and for full time missionaries. Also Known As: Missionary. Examples: To serve a mission, a man must become an Elder and receive the Melchizedek Priesthood.

Interac was founded by two Elders (=Mormon missionaries) as an covered mission of the LDS church. As it is forbidden to actively recruit church members, Interac started as a phony English for free institution teaching LDS vocabulary as regular English. All sponsored by the LDS church. In the mean time Interac is a mainly a money maker for LDS Japan. However, a great number of LDS teachers come from BYU, which, as you know are 95% mormons.

Interac's President: Another Missionary

I've got more for you. Once you start reading the Japanese stuff it gets really good. The current President and other co-founder of Interac is called Yasuo Niiyama. He is a missionary just as Roice.

It's surprising how hard it can be to get something black on white that is so obvious if you have a little insider knowledge. Now, how would you prove once and for all that Selnate/Interac is owned by the LDS? You need their business registry documents. Yet the business registry documents will not name LDS, they will name Niiyama and Roice (two mormon missionaries).

Financial Proof?
What else do you need? Financial proof. To prove that money goes from Interac to LDS you need to have access to their books or tax declarations. Well, noone can deliver that evidence unless he has access to the accounting. And even then. They will definitely declare their contribution to LDS as a "donation to a religious institution". Which for tax matters is much smarter than just transfering money through ownership. Or how do you think sects and religious groups finance themselves?

Maybe I should write that book... Or maybe not. Maybe I should just write a letter to the tax office and the BOE. Or get a journalist on the story. Looking for evidence for the evident I discovered more than I expected...

If you have more insider info, please post it in the comments.

Proof: Selnate (Interac's mother Company) is located at BYU (Mormon University in Provo Utah)

1502 N Freedom Blvd Ste B
Provo, UT 84604

(801) 356-7060
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Evidence 3: Interac's President is a another Mormon Missionary

Yasuo  Niiyama

President Yasuo Niiyama

Address not available

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Spouse: Tomiko
Served: 1987 - 1990
Associated Alumni
LDS Church News
Week ending March 21, 1987

Yasuo Niiyama, 42, assigned to the Japan Sendai Mission; Mitaka Ward, Tokyo Japan Stake; stake president; former region executive secretary, stake executive secretary, high councilor, and bishop's counselor; served mission in Japan, 1963-65; owner of language and international business training firms; received bachelor's and master of public administration degrees from BYU; born in Kobe City, Japan, to Yoshio and Tsujiko Murakawa Niiyama; married Tomiko Moulton; six children. She is Primary teacher, former ward Primary and Relief Society president, and Relief Society instructor; born in Sendai, Japan, to Arlo and Eiko Hatakeyama Moulton.

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外国人教師被害者の会 English マリカ・サイト

外国人英語教師たちが、こんなにまでインタレックを悪く言っているとは、今日まで まったく知らなかった。 外国人教師専用のサイトがいくつもあるそうで、そこで、みんな自分の経験した 苦い思いを吐露している。 チクったら最後、生活ができなくなるとの恐怖から、教育委員会や、文部省に直接 文句を言う人がいないのだろう。 外国人教師一人に対し、月額1名55万円が税金で用意されているのに、教師には 25万円、それも、8週から11週遅れで支払われていると知ったら、納税者は怒るだろう。






Interac Inc. misses salary payments -
Japan Traveler has learned that salaries for Kanto-area teachers were not paid on time in February. Interac had notified teachers that only 40 percent would be paid on Feb. 14 and the remainder at the end of the week. But Interac paid nothing or very little on the 14th and only a small portion on the 18th when the remainder had been promised. The teachers we spoke with have since been paid their full salaries due in February, but Japan Traveler was told this has been an ongoing problem inside the company with it rotating the late payments to different areas of Japan on different occasions. Our sources said the Japanese Interac staff had been waiting longer for their salaries. While the salaries remained unpaid, Interac had a large help-wanted ad in The Japan Times for new teachers, and the company did not respond to our facsimile addressed to the President, Yasuo Niiyama, and telephone call asking for an explanation. Japan Traveler subsequently learned that Interac had been successful, by means of angry threats of lawsuits, in getting at least two Internet Web sites to remove postings from teachers discussing problems at the school, including claims for massive amounts of unpaid pensions contributions for Interac teachers.





Evidence 2: Interac's Cofounder is a Mormon Missionary


Roice is co-founding manager of Interac-Japan, one of the largest training organizations in Japan. He is also co-founder of Satellite TV Specialists, one of the first retail home satellite telecommunications companies in the United States. Roice Krueger is currently the principal of Roice N. Krueger LLC, Executive Consultant to large and small organizations in the global market. He travels from Salt Lake City.


Roice  Krueger Alumni Photo

Elder Roice Krueger

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Definition: The proper title given to holders of the Melchizedek Priesthood. The title is used for members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, the First Quorum of the Seventy and for full time missionaries.

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Also Known As: Missionary

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Evidence1: Interac is owned by a prominent Mormon Family


"Interac Japan Nagoya Branch. Interac is owned, operated and controlled by a prominent LDS family in Japan. "

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