Tokyo Tower: Bloody Japan closer to Japanese culture.
According to some historians, one of his tasks was to counter communism that threatened to spread in the world from Russia.
Kishi invited a nascent Korean cult whose raison d’être was to wipe out the Communists.
The name of the cult was, egg is chicken, the Church of Unification. Thus begins another chapter of bloody Japan.
“It’s hard for the family, but, for a politician, dying in the middle of a speech can be the ideal way to say goodbye,” says a Japanese lady with white hair and a tired look when asked about the assassination of Shinzo Abe, the former prime minister killed in the middle of an election campaign.
The lady’s lapidary reflection takes place as we look at the scene of the events, a nondescript square in the city of Nara, an ancient capital of centuries-old temples that until before the pandemic attracted millions of tourists.