'I want to know that' Ito Hirobumi and Abe's connection… Trace the root of the right wing Cabinet
The base of the right wing idea of Abe Cabinet was drawn. In SBS 'It Wants to Know', which aired on the night of the 10th, he explored the history of the right wing that led to Abe Shinzo's cabinet in Japan.
The base of the right wing idea of Abe Cabinet was drawn.
In SBS 'It Wants to Know', which aired on the night of the 10th, he explored the history of the right wing that led to Abe Shinzo's cabinet in Japan.
Earlier, when the Ahn Jung-geun Memorial Hall was established in Harbin, China, Japan's secretary-general criticized Ahn as a terrorist who murdered a man.
However, contrary to their argument, there was some doubt from Ahn's law enforcement process. The Koreans took place in Russia because Japan proceeded with the trial. At that time, Ahn Jung-geun also refuted, "It is unacceptable to be tried by Japanese law in a Japanese judge."
The Japan-Korea treaty, which was signed at that time, was entrusted by Japan to entrust Korea's diplomatic law, not a treaty on Korean jurisdiction.
The chairman of the Japan Bar Association said, "It is unreasonable to extend the interpretation that the jurisdiction is in Japan based on this treaty." At the time, the Japanese Criminal Code had no law against foreigners who killed Japanese people abroad.
At the time, a top secret document was released that included the Japanese administration's punishment for Ahn Jung-geun by the Japanese Penal Code and instructing the High Court to execute the death penalty. In other words, the trial was executed after the execution was decided first.
Han Sung-min said, "It is a total illegal trial and it is a judicial murder."
Professor Yusaka Yuji said, "Ito Hirobumi was a trusted politician, especially for people from his hometown of Joshua."
Although it is a small town, Joshua Burn is a place with many thoughts, and not only Ito Hirobumi but also many characters. Jung Han Loon is a theory that Korea should be conquered. The person who taught such ideas was Yoshida Shoin.
So the crew headed to the Joshu region and visited the shrine of Shoin Yoshida, who trained the disciples by teaching Jeonghan theory. The staff who guarded the shrine said to Yoshida Shoin, "we have thoroughly studied Japanese history."
But what Yoshida Shoin taught his disciples was a wrong view of history in Japan. Prof. Yusaka Yuji said, "In order for Japan to deal with the United States, it must have a big chunk. For peace between Japan and Asia, Japan has insisted that Japan make Korea, China and Southeast Asia all Japanese."
Shinzo Abe chose Yoshida Shoin as his most admired figure. He was also the first politician to find Yoshida Shoin's grave.
This is because Yoshimasa Oshima, one of Shoin Yoshida's pupils, was the great-grandfather of Shinzo Abe. In addition, Abe Shinzo's father and grandfather were all from Josh, and Abe was the branch of Yoshida Shoin.
Since Abe's entry into Japanese politics, the move has been in line with this. Abe's cabinet was made up of people who wanted to return to Japan during the Meiji period.
They deny the fact that they are forced to mobilize comfort women, dismiss Ahn as a terrorist, and claim that the Nanjing Massacre is a lie of the United States.
(SBS funE Cho Yeon-hee)