He said, “I was just saying, ‘Yay-oh! We are going to work together to build God’s country.
LDP policy chief Kōichi Hagiuda, who has so far evaded any mention of his relationship with the former Unification Church, told reporters in an off-the-cuff interview on August 18, “I have been involved in the activities of the Women’s Coalition for World Peace, but I have not been involved in the activities of the Women’s Coalition for World Peace.
I have a certain understanding of the activities of the Women’s Coalition for World Peace, and I have been supporting them,” he admitted.
However, he admitted that he had not been involved in the activities of the Women’s Coalition for World Peace. However
However, he made the following comment: “The name (of the affiliated organization) is very similar to that of the Unification Church, so I had such feelings, but I didn’t dare to mention it.
He also made the following comment: “The name of our affiliated organization is very similar to the Unification Church.
On the “Information Live Miyaneya” (NTV) broadcast on the 19th, lawyer Yasusaburo Takehara, who was in the studio, commented, “If you remove the word ‘religion’ from it, for example, you will find that it has been a long time since it was a religion.
He said, “If you take religion out of it, for example, there was a company that caused a lot of trouble in the past. For example, there was a company that caused a lot of trouble in the past. If you found out that the company was affiliated with an organization affiliated with that company, but you did not dare to ask about it, would you normally be allowed to say that you were working with the company?
He asked, “Would it be allowed? Gadarukanaru Taka, who also appeared on the program, pointed out the laxity of politicians, saying that celebrities would be forced to apologize at a press conference or leave their offices to take responsibility.
On “Miyaneya,” a former believer who “clearly remembers” Hagiwada’s visit to a chapel in Hachioji appeared. The believer said that at first he was so close to Mr. Hagiuda that he mistook him for a “church member” because he was sitting on a chair in the pew where the head of the church and others were sitting.
Moreover, according to the former believer, he always visited him before the election.
He always visited her before the election and said, “‘Yay-oh! He would raise their morale, saying, “We’re going to work together to build God’s country.
He also revealed that he had been working together with the church.
He also argued that it was incomprehensible that Mr. Hagiwada, who had taken the trouble to visit the chapel where photos of the church’s founders, Moon Myung Moon and Han Hak Ko, were displayed, was “unaware” of the church’s activities. The former believer, who had spent his time without compensation to get Mr. Hagiuda elected, seemed to shed tears of frustration.
Meanwhile, in ’17
I presented a bouquet of carnations to Mother Moon
A video was leaked of Tomohiro Yamamoto, a member of the House of Representatives of the Liberal Democratic Party, handing a bouquet of carnations to President Hanzaeko. When asked by a reporter if he was connected to the phone, he replied.
Yamamoto, who has repeatedly maintained his silence when questioned by reporters about the leaked video, finally issued a comment.
Yamamoto, who said he was responding to JNN’s letter of inquiry, said.
I thought it was Ms. Kang Tsuruko, with whom I had no relationship,” he said.
He added, “I thought it was Ms. Tsuruko Han.
No one called me ‘KAN Tsuruko-san,’ and I was worried that it would be very rude to mispronounce my name, but someone told me it was ‘Mother Moon.
I was worried because it would be very impolite to call her by the wrong name, and the person concerned told me that it was ‘Mother Moon.
I think this was the excuse the entire staff came up with to avoid the possibility of being hounded by the press if they remained silent. Until now, he had tried to get around the reporters by using the “phone call strategy” or by going out the back door of the Diet committee room, but he was finally cornered and made a comment.
However, it was a poor response, like that of an elementary school student, wasn’t it? If you don’t know the name, just ask around for the official name, not Mother Moon. I don’t understand why it is necessary to call her by a superlative nickname with compliments and even give her a bouquet of flowers” (political journalist).
On January 19, Katsunobu Kato, Minister of Health, Labor, and Welfare, was questioned by Yuzuki, a member of the Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, at the Health and Labor Committee of the House of Representatives about whether the cabinet is still a Unification Church cabinet after the cabinet formation.
Katsunobu Kato, Minister of Health, Labor, and Welfare, was asked if his cabinet was still a “Unification Church cabinet” after the formation of the cabinet.
Kato also joined the Unification Church. Kato is one of the people who pay membership fees and send congratulatory telegrams to related organizations.
We know that after the second reshuffle of Prime Minister Kishida’s cabinet, his approval rating hit a record low. Why didn’t he conduct a proper survey before forming his cabinet?
Perhaps the LDP would become untenable if it eliminated lawmakers associated with the Unification Church….