Discussion in 'History' started by protectionist, Apr 17, 2017.
Nobody can question the effectiveness of internment in preventing future attacks
There were NONE after we locked up the Japanese
do you ever say anything?
As a matter of fact, a big percentage of them, around 35%-40%, weren't American citizens, and weren't going to become citizens..
I knew a few of them weren't but I didn't know it was that much.
Didn't look it up lately, but it's near that percentage somewhere.
Lame joke no matter how many times you repeat it.
So that makes it ok to throw innocent people into concentration camps? Is that what you think America is about?
Now, if attacks continued after the Japanese were locked up, you could claim that internment did not stop the attacks
But since the attacks stopped AFTER we locked up the Japanese, you can't argue with success
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