Protesters shout: “What do we want? No more peace. When do we want it? Now”.

Hundreds of pro Abe Government demonstrators in central Tokyo today all carrying identical signs voiced concern over continued peace.

Each of the 500 hundred participants had thoroughly read the security bills and were desperate to send their sons and daughters to war to end Japan’s 70-year plight of peace.

Many of the protestors were selflessly willing to give up their spot on the battlefield for the younger generation of Japan.

“I’m too old to be able to enjoy the spoils of war – I’m willing to sacrifice to allow others to enjoy the thrill of the battle,” a 34-year old protester said.

But demonstrators remained open-minded about which countries they were willing to pre-emptively attack.

“I just have too many favourites to choose from,” another demonstrator said.