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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is unable to visit China for the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII as he is too busy finalizing security bills that will ensure peaceful relations with neighbouring countries.

“Why would we speak to our neighbours directly when we can just pass security legislation that will allow us to guarantee peace through pre-emptively defusing war through force,” a government aid said.

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The Prime Minister is eager to avoid any perception of him mingling and having a good time with any Chinese official.

“People will think I’ve gone soft, we must keep building up our military to guarantee peace,” Abe said.