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Japan to offer aid to nations in disputes with China
Written by Maricel Rubia     May 31, 2014    
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Saying that his nation will play a larger role in regional security, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan said Friday that his government will support Vietnam and other nations that have territorial disputes with China by providing patrol ships, training, and military surveillance equipment.

Take a larger security role

Abe, speaking at an international security meeting in Singapore, said he wants Japan to shed the passiveness that has marked its diplomacy after World War II and take more responsibility for maintaining regional stability. He said Japan will cooperate with the United States and other like-minded nations such as Australia and India to uphold international rule of law and freedom of navigation, and to discourage China’s increasingly assertive efforts to take control of islands and expanses of ocean that are claimed by other Asian nations, including Japan.

“Japan intends to play an even greater and more proactive role than it has until now in making peace in Asia and the world something more certain.”

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It would probably be better to print out leaflets with facts and hand them out than to use a sign. Or maybe put on a magic show and then hand out the leaflets. I would probably watch a street magic show over any other street stuff. Maybe a puppet or ventriloquist show would be cool as well. You could incorporate some facts into the magic or ventriloquist show. Like when you make something disappear you could say; "just like your 401K" or "Just like your freedoms", and then laugh and say; "See me after the show about how bad you are getting screwed right now". And on the ventriloquist you could say something about controlling him the same way that AIPAC controls Congress.
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