Prime Minister Kishida decided to dissolve the Unification Church. The Abe faction is inevitable to be dismantled. What will happen to Japanese politics?

Prime Minister Kishida, who was driven into a corner by the collapse of his approval rating, decided to dissolve the Unification Church, which could be said to be the culprit. And if the issue of parliamentarians related to the Unification Church becomes a political issue, the prime minister will disband the House of Representatives and call a general election in order to wipe out the Unification Church-related members and question the people's faith. If the former Unification Church-related lawmakers are wiped out from the LDP, the Seiwakai (Abe faction), which has been the LDP's largest faction and has dominated the government for more than 20 years, will likely be dismantled. However, Prime Minister Kishida continues to run away, saying, "There are limits to the investigation into former Prime Minister Abe, as he is dead.'' In the Diet, Kishida said, "Illegal acts under the Civil Code cannot be grounds for requesting the dissolution of the cult,'' but retracted his remarks the following day. His speech is unstable. However, let's consider this as "Prime Minister Kishida, who cannot make a decision, has stepped into a decision," and consider where Prime Minister Kishida is trying to lead Japan after the dissolution of the Abe faction, which is linked to the dissolution of the Unification Church.

■ The CIA, the Unification Church, and the center of power in the United States
The essence of the Unification Church problem in Japan is not to mention the problems such as the damage of the psychic marketing method and the coercion of large donations that destroy families, but the essence of the Unification Church problem in Japan is "In response to the armistice of the Korean War, the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is trying to deal with the Cold War between the East and West. They established the Unification Church as a brotherhood of Japan's Liberal Democratic Party." This was explained in an article published on July 21, "The Abe assassination case, which is the subject of 'Children of the Cold War and the CIA, the Liberal Democratic Party and the Unification Church are brotherhoods'."
Behind the CIA and the Unification Church lies the center of power in the United States. The Japanese government and the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) have been constantly threatened and forced to cooperate. Without this perspective, it is difficult to understand why the Liberal Democratic Party, which holds power semi-permanently in Japan, has been closely associated with the Unification Church for nearly 70 years. The U.S. power center behind the Unification Church is the world order and governance, led by the Rockefeller, Morgan, Rothschild, and other huge financial capitals, with the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House). It refers to the Anglo-American ruling class that gathers together.
The CIA has its roots in Wall Street. Allen Dulles, who was deeply involved in the OSS (Office of Strategic Services), the predecessor of the CIA, was recommended by his brother, John Dulles, who became secretary of state in the Eisenhower administration (1953-1961), to join the international law firm on Wall Street in New York, belonging to Sullivan & Cromwell. He was appointed as a liaison between the State Department and the client to produce policies in line with the wishes of the conglomerate client. In short, his mission is to reflect the intentions of Wall Street and conglomerate companies such as Morgan and Rockefeller in US foreign policy.  With the Cold War in full swing, the CIA was launched as a sabotage agency for world domination by the center of power in the United States.
[Photo] Five Rockefeller brothers in New York in 1967. From left to right: David, Winthrop, John III, Nelson, Lawrence. John Rockefeller III came to Japan in January 1951 with John F. Dulles, an adviser to the US Department of State, and had secret talks with Emperor Hirohito about concluding a peace treaty and a security treaty. In addition to his son John IV studying at ICU, the Rockefeller family established the Japan Society in 1907 at the end of the Meiji period, forming strong ties with the imperial family and the Imperial Court Group close to them. After the war, he launched the Asian Cultural Exchange Program (ACP) in 1963 and has been deeply involved with Japan in its management. After the war, when Emperor Hirohito and Emperor Akihito visited the United States, they visited Rockefeller's private residence in New York. The emperor's official visit to a private residence was considered unprecedented. In the 1950s, Crown Prince Akihito lived for about a week at the Rockefeller family's villa in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and was fully supported by the Rockefeller family while traveling across the United States for a month.
■Allen Dulles and the Sabotage Agency CIA
Allen Dulles entered the OSS in 1940 after the outbreak of World War II. As head of the Bern bureau in Switzerland, he was involved in the surrender negotiations with Japan as well as the surrender negotiations with the German army. After the war, he became Deputy Director of the CIA in 1951, and became the first civilian Director of the CIA in 1953 with the inauguration of the Eisenhower administration. Under Director Allen, the CIA, whose main mission was collecting information until the Truman administration, transformed into a sabotage agency focused on "assassination, subversion, and conspiracy." In the Far East, the Korean War broke out in 1950, and General MacArthur, the Allied Forces Commander-in-Chief, was dismissed in 1951, and the CIA suddenly became more active.
In 1954, the Unification Church was born in South Korea, on the front lines of the Cold War, when Allen was appointed Director of the CIA. In South Korea, where Christianity is the largest religion and more than 30% of the population believes, Sun Myung Moon, who escaped from North Korea during the Korean War, was made to be the founder of the Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity (commonly known as the Unification Church), and the cult was organized against communism. Institution. When the Unification Church is established, the CIA sends four South Korean military intelligence officers into the cult as Moon's confidants. The KCIA will soon be established in South Korea, and the activities of the cult will be expanded to Japan, the United States, and the rest of the world.
In Japan, the CIA contacted Nobusuke Kishi and others, who were imprisoned in Sugamo Prison as suspects of war crimes, and after their release, gave full support to them, and formed the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) with an anti-communist party policy in the 1955 coalition of conservatives. They subordinated the Liberal Democratic Party to the United States as a semi-permanent ruling party, and developed the Self-Defense Forces, which had been launched in 1954 by stripping Article 9 of the Constitution, as a supplementary force under the command of the US military.
Japan's rearmament, which changed its name to the National Police Reserve, National Security Forces, and Self-Defense Forces, was intended to compensate for the shortage of US military personnel stationed in Japan and to protect the US forces stationed in Japan and base facilities. In fact, as was the case during the Korean War, in the event of an East Asian emergency, most American soldiers would go to war. Article 5 of the Security Treaty, which has been interpreted as "imposing a 'defense obligation for Japan' on the United States," and the exclusive defense of the Self-Defense Forces were measures to counter public opinion in Japan.
The center of power in the United States has let the neoconservatives (neoconservatives) run the US political world for the last 30 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the post-Cold War period. In terms of economic policy, they spread neoliberalism around the world, promoting thorough deregulation, the spread of market omnipresence, and the widening of social disparities. It has sought to weaken and dismantle anti-capitalist resistance forces such as civil movements. Above all, it was to maintain the unilateral hegemony of the United States, and the role of the LDP in the post-Cold War era was basically to obediently promote the policies of neoconservatives and neoliberals. 
The Unification Church mixed Christian doctrine with secular doctrines such as indigenous ancestor memorial services, Taoism, and Buddhism. In Japan, the Unification Church has taken the form of sponsoring the restorationist policies of the LDP's Abe faction, such as constitutional revision, an emphasis on security policies, and an ordinance to support home education.
■ Background to the decision to dissolve the Abe faction
At the House of Representatives Budget Committee meeting on October 17, Prime Minister Kishida said, "I myself have been involved in political activities without any relationship with the former Unification Church. We want to solve this problem," he said. To understand this statement, one must first understand what kind of political party the Liberal Democratic Party was founded as. If I were to describe the formation of this party in a few words, it would be a combination of 'water and oil'. Under the watch and protection of the United States, the ruling party remained in power semi-permanently, so the lawmakers belonging to the party enjoyed power and profit sharing. It developed a conflict between factions and repeated pseudo-changes of government, and it was forgotten that it was a coalition.
However, the situation changed completely when former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was shot dead in July. In the LDP, there was the former conservative mainstream faction "Kochikai", whose founder was Shigeru Yoshida, who was friendly with the center of power in the United States and was considered to be in favor of the United States from before and during the war. It was once again recognized that there are two conflicting origins of the Seiwakai (Abe faction), a branch faction founded by Nobusuke Kishi, who played a central role in the execution of the Pacific War and was imprisoned as a Class-A war criminal after the defeat.
Kishida proudly asserted that " I myself have been involved in political activities without any affiliation with the former Unification Church. This is because he is the leader who leads the "Kochikai". In other words, it is equivalent to stating, " We are a political group with a different origin and political stance from the Abe group." That's why Kishida replied, " I, who has nothing to do with him, will take responsibility and solve this problem for the future.''Kishida's statement that he will "solve this problem for the future" is a declaration that he will "dismantle the Unification Church and the Seiwakai (Abe faction), which is a fraternity, and wipe out the affiliated members to fundamentally reorganize the party."  I have no choice but to read it like this.
In 1954, before the conservative coalition, Ichiro Hatoyama and Nobusuke Kishi, who had left the Liberal Party led by Shigeru Yoshida, formed the Japan Democratic Party by rallying Bukichi Miki and Ichiro Kono against Yoshida. Hatoyama, the leader of the Liberal Party, who won the first general election after the war in 1946, was expelled from public office, and the seat of prime minister fell to Yoshida. Yoshida refused when Hatoyama, who returned to politics in 1952, pressed for a transfer of power. In 1952, Nobusuke Kishi, who had been expelled from public office after being released as a war criminal suspect, was lifted from his banishment and joined the Liberal Party to which his younger brother Eisaku Sato belonged. However, he was expelled from the Liberal Party due to a line conflict with Yoshida. Kishi and Hatoyama, who had been tied against Yoshida at one point, were forced by the CIA to join forces with the Liberal Party led by Yoshida. Yoshida refused to join the party for two years after the formation of the Liberal Democratic Party and protested. Will the Liberal Democratic Party leave the coalition in 67 years?
■ Why Prime Minister Kishida?
Prime Minister Abe, who launched his second administration at the end of 2012, completed the heavy duties imposed by Washington, including the new security legislation in 2015, and resigned halfway through his term in August 2020, just after the longest consecutive tenure in history. did.
In the 2020 presidential election, it was reported that Taro Aso, the deputy prime minister and finance minister who advocates the revival of Taiko Ikekai, has been searching for a way to concede to (then) Policy Research Council chairman Kishida from an early stage in line with Abe. Seiwakai, the largest faction, also made remarks in support of Kishida, saying, "Mr. Abe's true feelings are Mr. Kishida," (former Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori). However, Kishida's response to the corona benefit became a hot ball, and Aso and Toshihiro Nikai launched their support for Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga. In the background, we could catch a glimpse of Washington's signal that "for the time being, Abe's line will continue as it is."
In the 2021 presidential election, in which the incumbent Kan postponed his candidacy, Kishida defeated Taro Kono, who advocated "anti-nuclear power generation," which touched the wrath of the United States in the decisive vote, and became president, becoming the 100th Prime Minister. What should be noted here is Abe's behavior. The Abe faction postponed picking up a candidate from its own faction, and while Abe fully supported Sanae Takaichi, a non-factional right-wing nationalist who was expelled from the Seiwakai, many veteran lawmakers supported Kishida. . Aso, who was considered to be Abe's ally, did not bow to Takaichi. The votes of the Aso faction went to Kono and Kishida, who belong to the faction. The origin of the Aso faction was Hiroikekai, so it was natural that a considerable number of votes went to Kishida.
Shinzo Abe enthusiastically supported Takaichi, who had been expelled from the Seiwakai, because Takaichi was in line with his principles, the ideological apparatus of the first Abe administration, and the political stance of the Nippon Kaigi and the Unification Church. If it hadn't been for the expulsion of the faction, there is a high possibility that Takaichi would have become a unified candidate for the Abe faction. However, in his second administration, Prime Minister Abe appointed Kishida as foreign minister for four years and seven months, the longest post-war appointment, excluding Shigeru Yoshida, who also served as prime minister. He often hinted at concessions to Kishida. In fact, it seems that Abe was caught between the US Japan handlers and the right-wing supporters such as the Nippon Kaigi and the Unification Church regarding the treatment of Kishida.
Kishida, who has just become the chairman of Yoshida's direct faction, "Koikekai," which was a political opponent of his grandfather Kishi and advocated a lightly armed and economic priority policy, following the flow of control of the finance and finance bureaucrats, which Abe hated most. Appointed for a long time as foreign minister in charge of relations with the United States and Japan-U.S. security. Moreover, it was during the most important period of time, the enactment of the new security legislation that changed the Japan-US security system. This is not Abe's intention. It should be considered Washington's intention. The Japanese media never mentioned it, but if you look at it like this, you can understand Abe's dilemma, and it makes sense that the largest faction, the Seiwakai, was unable to field its own candidate.
Another is the presence of Taro Aso (pictured), who is a pro-neoconservative and pro-Taiwan hawkish deputy prime minister from the LDP's orthodox Hirochikai. Aso seems to have gotten along well with Abe personally, but it is said that the intention of the above-mentioned center of power in the United States worked behind the scenes for nearly eight years of unprecedented power control by Prime Minister Abe and Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Aso. I have no choice but to watch. Aso is indispensable to handle Japanese politics for Wall Street and giant financial capitals such as Rockefeller and Morgan, who are the center of power in the United States, with whom his great-grandfather Nobuaki Makino and the Imperial Court group have cultivated strong ties since before the war. Moreover, Kishida was necessary for Aso's Taiko Ikekai revival.
■ “No More Abe”
The Liberal Democratic Party is shifting from Seiwakai control to Kochikai restoration. Abe's constitutional revision disguised as his long-cherished wish can be supported by public opinion that criticizes the former Unification Church's view of the constitution as being similar to the LDP's constitutional revision proposal. The time has come to put an end to the anachronistic nationalism and revivalist tendencies that have scorned the achievements of democratization since the post-war occupation period that have been rampant in the LDP for the past 20 years. The era is "No More Abe". The important role of the Kishida administration was to ensure this trend. Abe's assassination happened as if it had rained there. It is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to replace one of the two pillars of the LDP, from Nobusuke Kishi to Abe-Seiwakai.
The trend began to change in 2015, when the new security legislation was enacted, which permitted the exercise of the right to collective self-defense. Although it is not clearly visible at this point, the flow is changing. Among the Japanese public, ``The once prosperous Japan has declined as the Seiwakai government continued.'' ``Personal income and gross domestic product (GDP) have not grown at all. In 2000, the GDP per capita, which was the second largest in the world in 2000, caught up with South Korea. "Prioritizing dividends to shareholders, unstable non-regular employment has increased sharply and wages have not risen." "China is rising, the United States is declining, and the Japan-U.S. Security Treaty is out of step with the times." It became necessary to shift from Seiwakai's overemphasized military policy following the United States to Kochikai's revised policy.
According to Japanese media reports, Prime Minister Kishida decided to "break up" with the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification (former Unification Church) on August 22, when he himself was infected with the new coronavirus during the summer vacation and started telework. it was day "We have no choice but to cut ties. We have to do it thoroughly." Faced with the headwinds of public opinion, he made up his mind, and on the 26th began an investigation by distributing a checklist to the offices of lawmakers affiliated with the party asking about their relationships with religious groups and related groups. Still, the headwinds did not subside, and after being driven into a corner, on October 17, at the House of Representatives Budget Committee, he said, ``I, who has nothing to do with the former Unification Church, will take responsibility for solving this problem for the future.'' I swore. Although indirectly, this can be taken as "no more abe" coming from Kishida's own mouth.
■ Kishida version of the problem "new capitalism"
Right-wing forces in Japan are moving away from the United States. In the House of Councilors election in July, the political parties advocating an anti-American self-reliance line that has not wiped out the Imperial historical view won a seat, and the national right-wing group is suspected of being a CIA agent. ing. The center of power in the United States and the Japan Handler also have a sense of crisis. Therefore, he moved to reset the Kochikai to "de-lightly armed and economy-oriented". In order to prevent the spread of anti-American forces, it is essential to come up with a security policy that takes into consideration the revitalization of the Japanese economy and the movements of China, Russia, and North Korea, which have been made into imminent threats.
In terms of economic revitalization, he put up the sign of "new capitalism" originating from the center of power in the United States. On the other hand, the Kishida administration has inherited Abe's armament expansion policy, and under the name of proactive pacifism, it is proceeding to increase defense spending in line with the countries that are members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The Ground Self-Defense Force is stationed as far as Ishigaki Island, the tip of the Nansei Islands, and deploys surface-to-air and surface-to-ship missiles. From Amami, the Okinawa Islands are becoming a front line for attacking enemy bases. Through the media, there is a threat that China will invade Taiwan within a few years. A simulation is conducted to amplify the sense of crisis. Specialized internet media reporting this is explosively expanding paid subscribers due to the Ukrainian crisis and the Taiwan emergency bubble.
As I pointed out in my article published on October 7, "Kishida's version of the dark clouds over the 'new capitalism': a rehash of the 'Great Reset' advocated by the WEF," the economic policies of the Kishida administration are too dangerous. It's even fraudulent before it's dangerous. The lead part of the article is summarized below.
Klaus Schwab, chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), who advocates the "Great Reset of Capitalism", will visit Japan in April, and the Kishida administration's economic policies will undergo a sudden change. When he took office in October last year, Kishida advocated "a new capitalism that aims to double income through a virtuous cycle of growth and distribution." It criticized neo-liberalism and gave rise to expectations as if it were aiming for a Keynesian modified capitalism by trying to rectify disparities and revive the middle class. However, this was quickly suppressed. He came up with a "property income doubling plan" to act in Japan for the "great reset" advocated by the world's giant capital. This is to promote an unprecedented depreciation of the yen to create a perfect investment environment for foreign capital and accelerate the “selling of Japan.” The Kishida administration is promoting the perpetuation of the "lost 30 years" of the Japanese economy under the name of economic revitalization. ”
■ General elections after the May summit: Will the administration last?
It has been reported that the Kishida administration will launch a general election after the G7 Hiroshima Summit in May 2023. There is no guarantee that the dissolution of the former Unification Church will go smoothly. In next April's unified local elections, the plan is to put up candidates to replace the Unification Church-related lawmakers, and in the general election, use the votes of the new local lawmakers as a base to endorse the non-Unification Church-related candidates and wipe out the Abe faction. there will be However, the Abe faction's resistance is likely to be ferocious, and Kishida's storm blows, and the political situation may be upheaval. Will the Kishida government endure this?
The National Center Labor Union "Rengo" and the CIA teamed up to force the largest opposition party, the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, to cut off election cooperation with the Communist Party. This weakened the populace beyond repair. The Japan Restoration Party is a complementary force of the Liberal Democratic Party, and the opposition parties that can change the government from Japan have been virtually eliminated. Union Chairman Yoshino invited Liberal Democratic Party President Kishida to a New Year's party, and then Kishida met with Chairman Yoshino at the Prime Minister's Office. The Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), which was established as an anti-communist right-wing political party that seeks to destroy the labor movement, is now requesting wage increases from business circles and corporate executives. This means the end of the labor movement, which functions as a check on capital and management and leads demands for improvements in working conditions, including wage increases.
Abe's state funeral has been dragged into the Unification Church issue, and the unprecedented depreciation of the yen and the appreciation of the dollar have accelerated the "sinking of Japan" as Japanese companies and real estate have been harassed. But no one will pick up chestnuts from the fire for you. If the Kishida Cabinet's approval rating rises moderately, it is unlikely that the LDP will break the majority in a general election at any time. This is because a one-party support system has been created in which the opposing forces and opposition parties have virtually disappeared. It is clear where Kishida, who has been babbling with his remarks, is trying to lead Japan. Breaking the status quo will depend on voter outrage, bold protests and a resurgence of opposition forces.