Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe AssassinatedChris Menahan
Jul. 08, 2022
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Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, 67, was assassinated on video while delivering a stump speech in the southern city of Nara.
Tetsuya Yamagami, a 41-year-old navy veteran, reportedly shot Abe twice using an improvised shotgun at around 11:30AM local time.
Abe was rushed to the hospital and was pronounced dead hours later.
Abe was a strong nationalist who spoke out against the Zelensky regime's belligerent actions in Ukraine.
Shinzo Abe: If Zelensky Refused to Join NATO, Gave Donbass Autonomy, There Would Be No HostilitiesHad Zelensky listened to Abe rather than Antony Blinken and Anne Applebaum, the war could have been avoided. Russia declared victory over the Donbass republic just days ago after over four months of devastating combat.
Abe wanted to rearm Japan and said in response to the war in Ukraine that Japan should consider getting nuclear weapons.
The current Prime Minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida, threw all of Abe's overtures to Russia out the window after the war in Ukraine broke out and put Japan on war footing by embracing the US and EU's anti-Russian sanctions and the freezing of Russian assets.
Whereas Abe's "Abenomics" showed moderate success in working to revive Japan's economy after over a decade of stagflation, Kishida's economics and support of Western sanctions against Russia has imploded Japan's economy and triggered record inflation.
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