The True Intent of Abe’s Resignation Was to Run for Next Year’s Re-election
Dark Clouds Ahead for Scheming Japanese Administration 

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Nearly two and a half months have passed since the Suga administration took off. At the time of appointment, the Suga administration was criticized for being “a cloistered rule by the Abe cabinet” because many of those close to former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe joined the cabinet. The Suga administration is attempting to differentiate themselves by proposing regulatory reforms such as lowering mobile phone fees and getting rid of hanko seals, which are traditionally used in Japan to sign administrative documents.

 

Former P.M. Abe to Run for Third P.M. Term

Amidst the Suga administration’s kick-off, Abe, who has already stepped aside, seems to be going after his third appointment as prime minister of Japan.

In a prior article, the Liberty pointed out that Abe has been receiving lower approval ratings and thus transferred his power to Suga, his confidant, in order to conceal the “cherry blossom and Moritomo” political scandals.

That wasn’t his only purpose. Happy Science CEO Master Ryuho Okawa recorded a spiritual reading late September, where Goddess Amaterasu Omikami saw through Abe’s intent to run for re-election.

“Mr. Abe’s true intent behind transferring his power to Mr. Suga was to wait out another year for his health to recover until Mr. Suga serves out his term, and run for his third re-election,” Goddess Amaterasu said.

According to Goddess Amaterasu, Abe chose Suga to take over his position because if Shigeru Ishiba or Fumio Kishida, who both fought in the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) presidential election became prime minister, they might threaten Abe’s power by forming a full-scale administration that would end up transferring power to party members who are not under the influence of Abe. The “temporary” prime minister had to be someone who wouldn’t be a threat to Abe’s eventual comeback — Suga suited the role.

Regardless, it is concerning that the citizens of Japan don’t know the details of Abe’s health condition. Past prime ministers that have resigned due to illnesses are Tanzan Ishibashi, Hayato Ikeda and Keizo Obuchi. At the time of Ishibashi and Ikeda’s resignations, a team of doctors explained their illnesses in detail. For Obuchi, a team of doctors held a conference after his death.

On the other hand, Abe has not fulfilled his duty to disclose his illness. After resigning, he devoured full-course meals and wine, showing no sign of a weakened condition. It is not surprising that he is thinking about making a comeback.

“If ‘cherry blossom’ and ‘Moritomo’ problems are investigated and resolved by [Abe's resurgence], I think it is a success,” Goddess Amaterasu said, before foreshadowing divine punishments. “There will not be a clear sky if the administration is veiled in clouds, these schemes are still circling undercovers and the administration thinks they can win over its citizens and the media.”

 

Can Suga Endure Bankruptcies of Large Corporations?

Suga must face serious issues even though his shocking appointment to replace Abe overpowered past political scandals. Especially with the previous Abe administration declaring a state of emergency, railway and airline companies had major losses and positioned themselves for bankruptcy.

The Central Japan Railway Co., which had positive net income, fell to a 726 billion yen ($6.93 billion) loss in the period between April to June — the number of passengers still aren’t back to “normal.” If this situation continues, there is a chance that local railway lines will be discontinued and the three trillion yen ($28.65 billion) linear Shinkansen project will be heavily impacted.

In addition, Japan’s major airline, All Nippon Airways (ANA) Holdings, decided on cutting all employee bonuses to zero. It will most likely continue to cut airline routes that don’t project positive earnings.

Even if the Japanese government turns to taxes to save large corporations, it isn’t a simple task to hunt for top-class business advisors like Kazuo Inamori who revived Japan Airlines (JAL) from bankruptcy. A restructuring plan seems to be on a rocky path.

It is still unknown whether the Suga administration can withstand these pressures. The aftereffect of ignoring economical impacts and calling for citizens to quarantine in their homes is now registering a toll.

Regardless, Japanese gods prioritize a sincere heart. An administration that defies honesty by using deceitful schemes will not overcome a national crisis.

The True Intent of Abe’s Resignation Was to Run for Next Year’s Re-election
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