In the 1990s, when the United States was burning with revenge against Japan, the Unification Church ravened for Japan. The Japanese government acquiesced to it

The Unification Church's reputation is not so bad in South Korea and the United States. It is Japan that has been robbed of money by a strange trick. In the 1980s, psychic marketing became a social problem in Japan, and in the 1990s, it intensified to the point where believers were forced to make donations. It was also around this time that the mother of Yamagami, the suspect in the shooting incident of former Prime Minister Abe, donated 100 million yen to the church, leading to personal bankruptcy and the collapse of the family. Around this time, when the Japanese economy reached its peak with a financial bubble, the center of power in the United States began to weaken the economic powerhouse Japan, which again became a threat to the United States. The Unification Church is a political organization disguised as a religious organization created by the CIA and KCIA, and the damage caused by the psychiatric sales method and the extortion of donations can be taken as a form of retaliation and bashing by the United States against Japan through the Unification Church. Most of the money siphoned from Japan, which is said to have provided 70% to 80% of the church's financial resources, was sent from South Korea to the United States, and part of it is believed to have returned to the Liberal Democratic Party's Seiwakai (Abe faction). Therefore, the damage was tolerated. The Abe administration's right-wing slogan, "We will restore the great japan," was an "immorality campaign" that took advantage of the US-Korea joint "Japan-eating" strategy.

<Regarding US retaliation against Japan, please refer to the article published on July 25, “The U.S. Administration’s Sudden Change and Abe’s State Funeral”

■ The Japanese cult is an economic corps: Seiwakai supported A person who has worked as the right-hand man of Rev. Sun Myung Moon since the founding of the cult in the 1950s, and who knows the secrets behind the Unification Church, held a press conference in South Korea on July 19 following the assassination of Abe. He confessed, "Japan's former Unification Church was an 'organization that creates donations.'" He also apologized, saying that "everyone associated with the former Unification Church is responsible for the Abe shooting."

This person is Kaku Jeong-hwan (pictured), who was No. 2 in the former Unification Church, a close aide of Sun Myung Moon. The church headquarters recognized that Japan had been a source of funding, positioning the Unification Church in Japan as an economic force under the pretext of atonement for Japan, which ruled Korea as a colony. The 86-year-old Guo Yeong-hwan left the Unification Church in 2009 due to internal strife, and the church headquarters in South Korea countered that "the facts are too different." However, a lawyer in charge of relief for Japanese victims insists, "Mr. Guo is the most important person who knows everything. Everything he says is true."
The Unification Church has been consistently supported by the ruling Liberal Democratic Party of Japan, which has turned the Japanese cult into an economic force that sucks money from Japanese people through illegal and bizarre means. This is the biggest problem.
The CIA continued to contact Nobusuke Kishi, who was detained as a Class A war criminal at Sugamo Detention House. Kishi was released in December 1948 on the condition that he would never go against the interests of the United States, in other words, devote himself to political activities as a bulwark to protect Japan from communism. Kishi became the leader of the faction, albeit a branch of the Liberal Democratic Party, which was formed in 1955 as a joint conservative party, and nurtured the origins of today's Seiwa Policy Study Group (Seiwakai).
A definitive proof of the unity between Kishi and the former Unification Church is that part of the Kishi residence in Nanpeidai, Tokyo became the headquarters of the former Unification Church in Japan in the 1960s. Furthermore, in 1983, Kishi sent a petition to President Reagan requesting the release of Rev. Sun Myung Moon, who was detained in the United States on charges of tax evasion.
The ultimate event was the “Day of Hope Banquet” held by Sun Myung Moon at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo in May 1974. About 2,000 people attended the meeting, which Kishi served as honorary executive chairman, and 40 members of the LDP Diet attended. Takeo Fukuda, the successor to the Kishi faction and then Minister of Finance, said in a speech, "There is a great leader in Asia. His name is Sun Myung Moon." This video can be easily searched on YouTube. Fukuda's factional successor, who became prime minister in 1976, is Shintaro Abe. Since the inauguration of the Yoshiro Mori Cabinet in 2000, Junichiro Koizumi, Shinzo Abe, and Yasuo Fukuda have successively established the Seiwakai government. In this way, the Seiwakai became the long-sought main LDP faction.
In the mid-1990s, damage caused by the Unification Church occurred frequently and became a major social problem. The police tried to expose the church and launch a compulsory investigation, but they gave up on it. Yoshio Arita, a former member of the House of Councilors of the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, said that he stopped exposing the Unification Church itself to a senior member of the Public Security Department of the Metropolitan Police Department at the time, and said that the reason for stopping was, "I was told, 'It's the power of politics.'" In short, it was stopped under pressure from politicians. From the flow, it will be pressure from influential lawmakers of the Liberal Democratic Party Seiwakai. The Japanese police must have sensed the presence of the US CIA, neo-conservatives, and the center of power in the US behind the influential lawmakers. In any case, the Liberal Democratic Party Seiwakai has supported illegal groups that prey on Japanese people.
■Sugamo trio: Sun Myung Moon = CIA dog
In 1978, when Takeo Fukuda was prime minister, he was questioned in the Diet for a speech in which he praised Sun Myung Moon. His reply was, "I have no knowledge of what else Mr. Sun Myung Moon is doing." The genealogy of this lie can be seen in the remark made 44 years later by Takeo's grandson, third-generation lawmaker Tatsuo Fukuda, ``The relationship between the former Unification Church and the Liberal Democratic Party has been criticized, but ``I don't know what the problem is''. .
Fukuda, who panicked after his remarks went up in flames on social media, said, "It would be a problem if our party was systematically influenced by groups outside the party, and if that led to political changes, it would be a problem, but in my understanding, it would be a problem. However, as an individual, I think that it is a problem if it has a very large impact on that person's political activities." Oiled. Under these circumstances, most of the church-related members followed LDP secretary-general Toshimitsu Motegi's remarks, saying, "I have learned that the LDP and the Unification Church have absolutely no relationship." I gave a lecture or made a donation without knowing it."
Concealing his relationship with the former Unification Church leads to the strict adherence to the conditions under which Kishi was released from Sugamo Prison. In 1970, Ryoichi Sasakawa, one of the members of the Sugamo trio and a right-wing figure, told a senior member of the Unification Church of the United States, who attended an event of the International Victory Communist Alliance held in Tokyo, "I am Sun Myung Moon's dog." This statement meant that Sasakawa and Kishi were absolutely loyal to the US power center, the CIA. They have identified themselves as loyal spies and watchdogs for the Unification Church.
While it has become clear that the Unification Church and the Liberal Democratic Party are children of the CIA and are brother organizations, will Japanese voters tolerate the blatant excuses and lies of the Liberal Democratic Party lawmakers?
In 1976-1977, the U.S. House of Representatives will convene a committee to investigate the Korean Gate. Called the Fraser Commission after its chairman, Rep. Donald M. Fraser of Minnesota (photographed), the commission produced a report of over 400 pages. It said 20,000 Unification Church members were involved in bribery, bank fraud, illegal kickbacks and arms sales. The crux of the report was that "the Unification Church itself was 'created' by the KCIA, and that the CIA was the primary institution that established the KCIA after World War II," and that "church members influence US foreign policy." We are cooperating with the KCIA as a 'political tool' to give."
The Unification Church is a CIA-led US anti-communist political group that wears a Korean-Christian mask. The Fraser Commission report regards Sun Myung Moon as a nominal chairman and a dummy. Because the Unification Church is a "political tool" of the US power center that moves the KCIA, CIA, and neoconservatives, the Liberal Democratic Party, especially the Seiwakai, has been constantly threatened by its tremendous power and forced to cooperate. I have no choice but to look at it this way.
<Please refer to articles related to the Unification Church, such as the article published on July 21, ``Children of the Cold War and the CIA, the Liberal Democratic Party and the Unification Church are brotherly organizations.