Why does Abe like “ghost worship”!

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Original: Gu Ziming authorized to reprint this article to wechat official account: zhengshitang plus2019


A shooting triggered a huge tear in the domestic public opinion field. A small number of people were distressed by the curtain call of a politician, and most of them were excited to “eat” for the shooting of a “ghost worship” little prince.

In my opinion, there is no opposition between the two, and there is no need to make any opposition. China, which has been suppressed for less than half a year, really needs a decompression export.

However, after the carnival, as a rational group, we should understand why and how to do it is more beneficial.

“Ghost worship” has greatly hurt the feelings of people in Asian countries and triggered endless resentment, but for most Japanese, “ghost worship” is a politically correct and very universal belief.

This is not much different from watching the TV series “fighting devils” in large areas of China, which is politically correct.

The numerous “Anti Japanese God dramas” on local TV stations in China are not because of their poor editing and directing skills, but because they are very aware of the deepest cultural needs of the people and know that broadcasting “fighting devils” is the guarantee of audience rating.

Similarly, for those politicians in Japan who show off their acting skills when they disagree, the “painstaking” ghost worship is not how much they like, but the guarantee of support during the election.

Facing the huge “red neck” groups in Japan, the internal factions of the right-wing Liberal Democratic Party often need to win the votes of these fanatics to obtain the support needed to control the Japanese regime.

Looking at the leaders of the Liberal Democratic Party in Japanese politics in recent decades, as long as they do not worship ghosts, there is no capable leader. Instead, such “ghost worshippers” as Junichiro Koizumi and Shinzo Abe can take advantage of this to take charge of Japan’s political power for a long time.

Moreover, this kind of “ghost worship” behavior does not only exist in Japan. The underlying logic played by conservative parties around the world is basically this set of things.

As soon as Trump came to power, he wandered around the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem, went back and set up the White House Bible learning leading group, desperately changing the conservative justice.

After Putin came to power, he not only incorporated the Orthodox Church into the compulsory courses of compulsory education, but also replaced the political commissar with a priest in the army. Even at the inauguration ceremony of the president, he invited the Archbishop to do the divine conferment of monarchy.

After Erdogan came to power, he called himself “the Sudan of the new era”, engaged in pan Turkism, and changed Turkey, which had been secularized and reformed, back to Christianity.

It can be said that the various “ghost worship” behaviors in these different countries are the political lifeline for conservative leaders in various countries to obtain support. “Ghost worship” is essentially a desire for power.

Therefore, if we understand why Japan wants to “worship ghosts”, we will understand why for so many years, we must focus on the problem of “worship ghosts”, and the harder we fight, the better.

As a rival country, the main purpose of playing the “anti ghost worship” card is to provide a channel for pressure relief to the country on the one hand, and to “encircle the Wei and save the Zhao Dynasty” on the other hand, forcing “ghost worship” politicians to use their insides to exchange face and make more concessions and compromises in the economic and trade field.

As long as the rhythm is well controlled, the harder you fight, the more you earn.

Today, Abe, the “little prince who worships ghosts”, has gone to see “ghosts”, which has brought a lot of uncertainty to the world and opportunities for many countries to “choose one from the other”.

The mourning of the United States and India is like a dead father, whose purpose is to “trade face for lining” to Japan’s economic interests.

For some countries with historical conflicts, perhaps the most valuable thing is to let go moderately and find a place to vent the anger accumulated over the past six months.

There is no need to criticize each other. Everyone’s choices are not wrong, but just looking for the most suitable choice for themselves.

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