Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe assassinated for links to the Moon cult

While the investigation into the assassination of Shinzo Abe, which was targeted because of his proximity to the Moon cult, continues, the funeral of the former Japanese prime minister was secretly held on Tuesday, July 12 at the Zogoji Buddhist temple, in the heart of the city. Tokyo. The funeral service, which is open to the public, attracted hundreds of people the day before they wanted to pay their final tributes to the former prime minister who was killed in Nara while delivering a speech as part of the Senate campaign on July 10. They could place white carnations on an altar decorated with his image, smiling in a white shirt without a tie.

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Prime Minister Fumio Kishida went there, as did US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Taiwanese Vice President William Lai – the highest-ranking Taiwanese figure to come to Japan since cutting official ties in 1972. On his return from Bali where he participated in the G-20. During the meeting, US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, stopped in Tokyo to pay tribute to him “a man with a vision” World Health Organization “I did more than a lot to strengthen the relationship between the United States and Japan.”

On the same day, the ruling Liberal Democratic Party abstained from any victory after its big victory in the Senate elections. In order to announce the results that gave 63 seats for the PLD out of 125 to be filled, Mr. Kishida wore a dark tie and black ribbon at his buttonhole, indicating mourning. He wanted to keep voting, ie “It represents the foundation of our democracy, shaken by violence.” Flags were lowered at Kanti, the offices of the Prime Minister.

Relationships with religious movements

Meanwhile, the police continue to question Tetsuya Yamagami, the owner of the shots. The 41-year-old former sailor blamed Abe for his links with him ” organisation “ Which the authorities refused to quote, as the mainstream media did, until the less rude weeklies and online publications revealed that it was the Holy Spirit Society for the Unification of the World, also known as the Moon Sect. “I targeted Mr. Abe because of his proximity to the Unification Church,” Tetsuya Yamagami, who denied killing him for political reasons, explained.

Mr. Yamagami’s mother belongs to the Unification Church to which she made large donations that led to his personal bankruptcy on August 21, 2002. According to Mr. Yamagami, his hatred of Mr. Abe is due to this commitment – which was affirmed by the sect – which led to the break-up of his family. The Unification Church was founded in 1954 by South Korean pastor Moon Soon-myeung (1920-2012). With nearly three million members worldwide, its name was changed in 2005 to Federation of Families for World Peace and Unification.

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