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Tuesday, May 10, 2005
Japan Seeks Support in Bid for UN Security Council Seat Story dated 10 May 2005
Let me just say that I support the idea of giving Japan a permanent seat on the Security Council. Japan is a liberal republic, they have a dedication to promoting basic human rights, and they have the second most technologically advanced economy in the world after the United States. They are a much better pick for a Security Council seat than, say, the tyrants in charge People's Republic of China, who wouldn't know a human right if one came up and bit them on their collective behind. Prime Minister of Koizumi of Japan sought the support of many nations, including Russia while in that country this week. He did not meet with representatives from the PRC. And I don't blame him, China has been becoming very belligerent toward Japan of late, and they openly oppose the idea of giving Japan a seat on the Security Council. _____________________________________________
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