Is Sanae Takaichi smart enough to fight against CCP shrewd invasion?

Moe Fukada analyzed Sep.20 online conference with Tsai Ing-wen. While watching her YouTube clip, Keiko Kawazoe came to my mind. Both journalists are critical of CCP. Moe’s concern is that the possible Japanese prime minister, Sanae Takaichi might mishandle the relationship between Japan and Taiwan.

According to Moe, Madame Chiang Kai-shek
(Soong May-ling) asked late Lee Teng-hui to support Tsai Ing-wen as a politician. Lee was the leader of Taiwan Nationalist Party. He couldn’t reject the request from
Madame Chiang Kai-shek. He decided to have
Tsai work for Taiwan Democratic Progressive Party. These people and their parents are from mainland China
Tsai can’t speak Taiwanese language like “natives”.

Why didn’t CCP respond against 20th online conference between Sanae and Tsai? It is unthinkable for CCP not to criticize Sanae Takaichi saying “don’t interfere with China’s domestic issues”. This explains clearly the Tsai’s two way policy. Moe thinks this “let it go” attitude of CCP means that things go as it has designed.

Moe’s concern is that Taiwan has been a backdoor to CCP. Takaichi at the video conference showed interest in introducing TSMC to Japan. Moe says this could be fatal to the future of Japanese high technology since TSMC should work backdoor to China.

Moe knows well Thai’s difficult stand as president of Taiwan to have it both ways with politics and economy. Even so, Moe believes Japan should be careful not to be cheated by Thai and CCP.

Only Moe Fukada and Keiko Kawazoe are the journalists who are shrewd enough to dig the darkest side of CCP?