The Liberal Democratic Party of Japan and the Unification Church, the children of the Cold War and the CIA, are brotherhood organizations. Abe assassination case review

The former Unification Church ( Family Federation for World Peace and Unification, FFWPU), founded in 1954 in South Korea, is a political organization disguised as a religious organization supported by the United States. On the other hand, the Liberal Democratic Party of Japan was also established in 1955 with full support from the US CIA, including financial aspects. Washington's Far East policy to make South Korea and Japan after the Korean War in the form of a truce into a strong anti-communist breakwater gave birth to the Liberal Democratic Party and the Unification Church, both of which can be said to be brotherhoods. Behind the Unification Church lies the power center of the United States, which the LDP has been constantly threatened with and forced to cooperate. If you look at it this way, you can easily understand why the Liberal Democratic Party, which is in power semi-permanently in Japan, has had a close relationship with the Unification Church for nearly 70 years. It seems that Tetsuya Yamagami, the suspect in the murder, did not hesitate to point the muzzle at Shinzo Abe because he noticed the unity between the Abe-Liberal Democratic Party and the Unification Church.


The United States, which occupied Japan from August 1945 to April 1952, occupies and governs Japan mainly by using Japan's prewar power group which was in cooperation with the United States,  on the premise of Emperor Hirohito's exemption from war responsibility and the continuation of the emperor system. With the worsening of the Cold War, at the end of 1948, Nobusuke Kishi, Yoshio Kodama, and Ryoichi Sasakawa, who were called the Sugamo Prison trio, were released and tried to use the right wing, a Japanese super-nationalist, as a complementary force to the occupation policy = photo , Brother Eisaku Sato and Kishi (left) =. The CIA immediately approaches the shore with the US magazine "Newsweek" as a cover and incorporates him into the inner circle of the US conservative politics and intelligence agencies. And Kishi takes the position of Prime Minister in less than 10 years from the source of Sugamo.


Kishi was the best person to set up the Unification Church  of Japan, which founded in Korea. This is because the Unification Church, Sun Myung Moon, and the Liberal Democratic Party, Nobusuke Kishi, were all "children of the Cold War and the CIA." According to a reporter who was in charge of Abe for many years, Kishi's daughter, Shinzo Abe's mother Yoko, once said, "Shinzo is a child of fate." Seventy-four years after Kishi's Sugamo source, his mother Yoko's words echoes to seem to  anticipate the end of her son, who was the target of the indignation and revenge of Yamagami, whose life was shattered by the Unification Church. 


In Japan, the Unification Church obtained the approval of a religious corporation with Osami Kuboki (1931-1998) as the first chairman in 1964, and established the "International Federation for Victory and Coalition" in 1968. After the death of Kubogi, the Unification Church's newspaper "Sekai Nippo" published "The Mission of Japan, a Beautiful Country" as a collection of Kubogi's manuscripts. Two years later, in July 2006, Shinzo Abe, who was the Chief Cabinet Secretary of the Koizumi Cabinet at an unusually young age, prepared for the run for the LDP presidential election scheduled for September 20, the same year, and prepared for "Towards a Beautiful Country." A new edition of the new book from Bungeishunju. Sales in Japan exceeded 500,000 copies. It was also planned to be released overseas such as the United States, South Korea, China, and Taiwan.


The "Unification Church / Liberal Democratic Party" government was inaugurated by Abe, who became the youngest Japanese prime minister after the war. It can be said that the first Abe administration's ideological device, Nippon Kaigi, was a dummy.

When the Unification Church was founded in 1954, four Korean military officers participated as cult leaders. One of them, Bo Hi Pak (1930-2019), led the Unification Church based in the United States after training at the Fort Benning Army Infantry School (Georgia, USA) after the Korean War. Published "News World", "New York City Tribune", Korean daily newspaper "Sekai Nippo", US newspaper "Washington Times", President of "Latin American Cultural Freedom Foundation", Chairman of "Kausa International", "World Peace" He has served as chairman of the Union, chairman of the Korean Cultural Foundation, president of the Latin American Integration Organization, chairman of the World Peace Summit Conference, and chairman of the World Speech Association.


Two years later, the Unification Church of Japan and South Korea will put up a sign saying "International Victory and Coalition" and will put up a pair of religion and anti-communist groups. For the United States, this anti-communist group connecting Japan and South Korea served as an important piece of anti-communist movement on a global scale.


Needless to say, behind the Unification Church is the US conservative ruler centered on US financial capital, and for the last 30 years after the Cold War, Neocon has been in charge of US politics. To delve into the Abe assassination case requires a global perspective of maintaining US hegemony during the post-Cold War period. From this point of view, the US administration's intention to hold the Abe state funeral in September in Tokyo, make it a place for large-scale funeral diplomacy, and expand and strengthen the Cold War against China and Russia as "Abe's will". This can be seen through. Furthermore, by sending large diplomatic groups to Japan, including Europe and the United States, and realizing "Japan that shines in the center of the world" that Abe said during his lifetime at the national burial ground, he said, "Regaining a beautiful country and strong Japan." It would  strongly appeal to Japanese people, especially the conservatives, about Abe's will.

For them, Abe's greatest achievement was to make Japan a NATO "member state", and under the "Open Indo-Pacific" concept, to create a system to surround and contain China with the Self-Defense Forces that can exercise collective self-defense rights with the U.S. military. It was an effort. US rulers believe that this position should not be relaxed by Abe's death. It seems that Washington's intention is to mourn Abe grandly by citing the "international community" and to persuade Southeast Asian countries to support Japan's NATO cooperation route. The formation of "Asian NATO" headed by Japan cannot be given up.

[Photo] Prime Minister Abe (at that time) who visited and gave a speech at NATO headquarters for the first time as the Japanese Prime Minister in 2007.