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California to apologize for internment of Japanese Americans during WWII

California to apologize for internment of Japanese Americans during WWII

California lawmakers are expected to approve a resolution Thursday offering a formal apology for the state’s role in the internment of 120,000 Japanese Americans during World War II. During the war, people of Japanese origin -- most of them US citizens -- were forcibly removed from their homes and incarcerated in concentration camps across the country.

Timothy
Timothy
Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 6 months

No apology is enough for depriving a US Citizen of their freedom without due process. Our government did this and it was wrong. Forcing our government to adhere to the Constitution is vital. As this is a prime example of what government and mob mentality will do if unchecked by We The People.

R LoRusso
R LoRusso 6 months

I'd like to appologize for what sombodies grandparents did ,who lived in the same state I do now. There that feels better.

Ebrola
Ebrola 6 months

what difference does it make to virtue signal "regret" of a wartime effort and precaution?

James
James 6 months

The US government has already formally apologized for their actions towards Americans of Japanese decent during WWII. Meanwhile, where are the apologies by the Japanese government to China and Korea for war crimes and Comfort Girls?

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 6 months

Dear American citizens of Japanese ancestry, we are sorry for what we did 70 years ago. We'd do more, but we're too busy writing an apology to the Americans of Irish, Russian, German, African, Mexican, and other nations that we abused also. Signed, Pussy liberals from the future

David Silverstone
David Silverstone 6 months

Yeah okay, how about apologizing to california for fucking their state beyond salvation?

Owen Vanderbilt
Owen Vanderbilt 6 months

I'm sorry! Oh god I'm so sorry! I am forever wracked with guilt for the actions of my forebearers! It isn't fair! It isn't right! Mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa! Forgive me, oh God! Forgive the transgressions of my ancestors, for they knew not what they did! They were at best cis-het scum, and I am unworthy to touch the hem of the traditional Japanese kimono. 🙊🙉🙈

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