Monday, November 11, 2013

National security council bill passes lower house - The Japan News

Legislation to establish a Japanese version of the U.S. National Security Council as a “control tower” for the country’s foreign policy and national security cleared the House of Representatives in a plenary meeting on Thursday.

The lower house also began full deliberations on a controversial bill to enhance the protection of designated state secrets that the government says is crucial to the smooth operation of the Japanese NSC.

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Comment: Why be coy about it, just declare everything a state secret and arrest everyone, confiscate their property and put them to work in the gulags. That's where laws like this eventually take us. Kind of reminds you of the Patriot Act and National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) in the good old United Socialist States of America (U.S.S.A.) doesn't it?

Just remember that Japan doesn't have a 2nd Amendment to guarantee their right to free speech!

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