For a long time now, America has claimed that the detention of Japanese-Americans during WWII was a mistake and a crime. Reparations were authorized and statements were made that we learned from that mistake. But given the stories coming from the U.S.-Canadian border, it appears that was a vain promise. There is no difference between...
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