Tell me what I think about the assassination of Shinzo Abe

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After Shinzo Abe was assassinated, my mood could not be calm for a long time, it was not how happy or sad I was. I just can’t understand the carnival and celebration of the people around me.

Shinzo Abe is the Prime Minister of Japan, and it is his duty to safeguard Japan’s interests. Of course, if while safeguarding the interests of one’s own country, it hurts the interests of other countries and arouses the resentment of the people of other countries, I can understand that he will be criticized, abused and criticized.

Today, Shinzo Abe has been deprived of his life by illegal means. Perhaps in some people’s eyes, the murderer is the hero. But in my opinion, this murderer is the biggest destroyer of democracy and the rule of law.

The purpose of the revolutionary martyrs who threw their heads and shed their blood was not just to overthrow the old dynasty and replace it, but to break the old order and establish a new system. That is to promote the construction of democracy and the rule of law, so as to realize that the people are the masters of the country.

At present, many people worship heroes, and they are also looking forward to more heroes in their hearts. And I would say, the fewer heroes the better. Because the environment in which heroes are born is often an era when the system cannot save people. If there must be heroes, I would rather hope that everyone is their own hero.

Therefore, the murderer of Abe is not a hero. Not only is he not a hero, but he is a destroyer of democracy and the rule of law. Don’t think it’s nothing, once the system is destroyed, how will the rights and interests of ordinary citizens be protected?

Looking back at the assassination of Shinzo Abe, you may not agree with many of Shinzo Abe’s political views, or even stand against him, so everyone hates this person. There’s nothing wrong with that, but are these reasons worth being a reason for a person to be killed? Is it subconscious that our inclusiveness is particularly poor? You can’t tolerate other people’s opinions differing from your own. Once there is, it must be removed and then quickly?

Looking back at some historical allusions and film and television works, there are Zhuge Liang and Sima Yi, Jiang Wei and Zhong Hui in the Three Kingdoms period. There are also Li Yunlong and Chu Yunfei in the TV series “Bright Sword”. They are rivals, enemies, and friends who cherish each other. If the adaptation is carried out, one party dies, and the other party dances and celebrates, so the images of these characters are still glorious?

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