Approximately 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry were evacuated during this time period. Nearly two-thirds were American citizens, and half were children. Some of them had never been to Japan their entire life; regardless, they were looked down and alleged to treason. These poor humans were first transferred to temporary assembly centers before assigned to permanent internment camps. Located at horse tracks, Japanese Americans have to live in old filthy animal stalls in assembly centers. The internment camps were sort of better, situated in the middle of nowhere, with dust covered its entire atmosphere and barren land. In the desert wi...
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...untries that likely posing a threat to the U.S. Because of the things that we did to the countries we identified as “potentially threaten our existence”, it took us almost fourteen years to acknowledge that our assumption was horribly wrong. That now, wouldn’t it be too late, for that fear we once used as an excuse to take away the rights to live of those Islamic civilians has become their desperate motivation to revenge. Have it not been for our unnecessary anxiety, we wouldn’t have created ISIS. Have it not been for having doubts and being so skeptical all the time, we now would not be facing another fear of terrorism.
Soon, the history will repeat itself because without overruling the precedent, or lessons learnt, there wouldn’t be no changes. The choices are in our hands now. Either to fill the world with hate or sympathy, let the choice be right and be just.
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