THE YOKOHAMA PIER OF THE LATE 1800S. Photo by famous Japanese photographer of that era, Takagi
YOKOHAMA PIER, Photos by Takagi
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Japanese-American camp, war emergency evacuation, [Tule Lake Relocation Center, Newell, Calif.] (LOC)
Japanese-American camp, war emergency evacuation, [Tule Lake Relocation Center, Newell, Calif.] (LOC), a photo by The Library of Congress on Flickr.
It was a shameful act and one that should not have happened. Certainly, so many years after the fact, it causes anger and despondency, two things that tell us we are still humans with conscience feelings about right and wrong.
No, it will not happen again.
Who is our enemy on the homeland today? There are many more than there were in the 1940s, and most are Americans, some elected and some appointed. What? you ask!
No, no proof or evidence, just observance of what is happening in my good old USA, in Washington and in the foreign service. But of course, this is my opinion.
I still have that right to have an opinion.