Hannah Arendt was one of the most influential political philosophers of the twentieth century. She dedicated her life to the study of the nature of power, subjects of politics including democracy and totalitarianism, as well as the concepts of labor, work, and action. Born a Jew, Arendt fought anti-Semitism and fled to France from her native country of Germany and eventually went into exile in the United States. As a political theorist who fought Nazism, how would she analyze today’s world? In this interview, the spirit of Hannah Arendt speaks through Okawa to answer questions and share her thoughts on a variety of issues spanning democracy, totalitarianism, communism, equality, socialism, and the current state of affairs in the Asia-Pacific region. Arendt’s spirit tells us that freedom comes from God’s Love, and reveals her true purpose of being born in the twentieth century to teach her philosophy.