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Abe's cabinet to approve Japan security bills[1]- Chinadaily.com.cn [Copy link] 中文

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Opponents of planned legislation aimed at changing Japan's exclusively defense-oriented security policy raise placards with the message "(We) will not tolerate war" during a rally in Hibiya Park in Tokyo on the night of May 12, 2015. About 2,800 people took part in the event organized by civic groups in the metropolitan area. [Photo/IC]






TOKYO - Japan's cabinet was set to approve on Thursday  ...

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Post time 2015-5-14 20:41:19 |Display all floors
Congratulation to Japan cabinet for approving the security Bill.
Now Japan has upgraded itself to being viewed as a 'normalised' state, after years of effort by Abe administration to lobby American congress that this revised security bill shall see Japanese military plays a more vital role, or rather, helps American effort to contain Chinese be more effective all at Japanese tax payers' expense.
So wrong of American mentality that they do not realise they have been fooled by Japanese cabinet. The cold war mentality is still hot on American's mindset despite the world has changed its course towards 21st century. The present Japanese government party would surely want to win its next election poll not through flexing its military might, but more of an economic one. Japan government will soon join AIIB to be among the economic corridor to win projects and revive people confidence in this government that they have shifted its course towards bettering lives of its people.

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