Ukraine connects Japan's right wing and European neo-Nazis. The shadow of neo-conservatives in the formation of foreign troops

The Ukrainian crisis caused by the Russian invasion has linked Japan's pro-US right wing with European neo-Nazis. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that he would form a unit of foreign volunteers at the end of February following a Russian military invasion. It was reported that about 70 people applied immediately after the Ukrainian Embassy in Japan recruited volunteers on the condition that they had experience in the Self-Defense Forces.  A few days later, the Liberal Democratic Party's diplomatic investigation group made a statement admitting that there were applicants from Japan. It is suspected that this is because US sources are linking the far-right organizations of Japan and Ukraine.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan has ostensibly stated, "We have issued evacuation advisories throughout Ukraine, and we would like you to stop traveling to Ukraine for any purpose." However, the Liberal Democratic Party's diplomatic investigation subcommittee is dominated by the Nippon Kaigi network that is integrated with the US neoconservatives. And it is certain that the Japanese right-wing group, which involves the Self-Defense Forces network even if it does not participate directly, is at the core of promoting the anti-Russian campaign.
Seishiro Eto, former Secretary of the Defense Agency and chairman of the Liberal Democratic Party's subcommittee, was one of the central figures in the formation of the Nippon Kaigi in 1997, who is in an important position in the Abe faction and supported the first Abe administration with a far-right nationalist group = photo =. He seems to have a deep connection with the US neoconservative network. (Note)
According to reports from overseas media, there are movements by individuals in the United States and other countries who wish to participate in the Ukrainian army in response to President Zelensky's call.
Note: Article published on March 24, "Germany viewed as an enemy, Japan is Tozama of the US Shogunate, Ukraine crisis and the United States, Germany, Japan", article published on March 21, "Ukrainian neo-Nazis and the US neo-con, which operates the Japan Conference, means to maintain supremacy. 
The collapse of global economic globalization by neoliberalism was symbolized by the 2008 Lehman shock and financial crisis. Many young people in developed countries suffer from unemployment and low wages. Neo-Nazis have become a saucer for young people in developed countries to absorb their dissatisfaction with society. The military-industrial complex known as a war maker and the US political power Neocon, which supports huge financial capital, have significantly changed the business model of war. They have moved from the traditional national volunteer system to expanding the use of private mercenary service companies.
The neo-Nazi organization and private mercenary companies are collaborating to organize the youth and unemployed people who are frustrated by the sense of social blockage into neo-Nazi troops = photo = in Ukraine and utilize them for war business. This war business model is likely to globalize from the United States to Japan, the Middle East, and Europe. In Japan as well, the pro-American right wing may form an organization similar to the Western neo-Nazi population and operate underwater. It is highly possible that Japanese youth will participate in the Ukrainian War, via the United States and the Middle East, which is expected to be prolonged .
Germany, which has frozen nuclear power plants, has been hit hardest by the Ukrainian war. Importing natural gas from Russia through a pipeline via Ukraine, the sanctioned Russia terminated its renewal contract in 2024 and decided to stop supplying natural gas to Ukraine altogether. The impact on the German economy is immeasurable.
Germany, the leader of the European Union (EU) , is enthusiastic about the early ceasefire and mediation of peace in Ukraine, and keeps a distance from the US-UK-led "Putin-Russia demonization." Underwater negotiations with Washington, which continues to prolong the war to overthrow Russia's Putin regime, seem to be intensifying.
In Germany, the illegal activities of neo-Nazis have continued since the unification of East and West Germany, and Hitler believers and Nazist admirers are wriggling. The longer the Ukrainian war, the higher the price of natural gas, and the German economy could continue to stall. Economic exhaustion allows the further rise of neo-Nazis operating in Germany. What the new Scholz administration is afraid of is this negative spiral.
On the other hand, in the United States, the identity of the neoconservatives that parasitize the Republican Party has come to light, making it difficult to mobilize young Americans to the war. Therefore, it seems that neo-Nazi sympathizers, which are spreading all over the world including Japan, are attracting attention. The shadow of the US neoconservatives can be clearly read in the recruitment of Japanese volunteers by President Zelensky.
March 24th. NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. What kind of thought did the German government leaders look at the Japanese prime minister, who is just a homage to the policies and wording of the US government? (note)
(Note) Please refer to the article "G7 Emergency Summit in Ukraine Crisis Debate: Subtle US-German Relations and Japan's Isolation as shown in the photo, updated on March 28," published on March 25, 2022.