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."