A Taiwanese "Abe Shinzo Friends Association" that repays former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's support of Taiwan's anti-China friendship, was established with the silent assistance behind the scenes of Japan's "Sankei Shimbun" Taipei Branch Director Akio Yaita. This non-governmental organization with the purpose of thanking Abe and strengthening the goodwill and exchanges between Taiwan and Japan is chaired by Chen Tangshan, the former Minister of Foreign Affairs; More than 60 former political figures, scholars, entrepreneurs, etc. of the Zhi-Japan faction, including Jin Meiling, a former national policy adviser to the Presidential Office, are composed of consultants and promoters.
I am personally honored to be invited as one of the "consultants". However, it is estimated that in the eyes of the members of the blue camp, especially some alumni of the military academy, I am afraid that they will have to increase their criticism of me, and photo retouching service may even charge me as a "traitor". In order to avoid the burden of litigation (that is, I will file a claim); I especially want to remind those ignorant people who are "anti-Japanese" and "hatred" by the CCP: Do you know: Chiang Kai-shek's most trusted foreign political figure is Nobusuke Kishi, the grandfather of Shinzo Abe.
The Abe family is one of the most famous political families in Japan. Abe's grandfather, Nobusuke Kishi, was prosecuted as a "Class A war criminal" after the war because he held an important position in Manchukuo and later became a cabinet member of Hideki Tojo. After his acquittal, he quickly rose in politics and became one of the key players in rebuilding Japan. What is more worth mentioning is that as early as 1954, he secretly formed an anti-communist alliance with Taiwan, and publicly supported Chiang Kai-shek's "counterattack on the mainland." Three months after he became prime minister in 1957, Kishi visited Taiwan in person, and held tal