Mayor Of Large US City Calls For World War 2 Style Internment Camps For Refugees

Friday, November 20, 2015
By Paul Martin

By John Vibes
NOVEMBER 20, 2015

In 1942, Executive order 9066 was passed by Franklin Roosevelt which called for the “relocation” of Japanese Americans living within the United States. It was this executive order which allowed the US government to keep tens of thousands of Japanese Americans in internment camps for the duration of the war.

These Internment camps were eerily similar to those used in Germany by the Nazis, although the Nazi camps were obviously more grotesque. The camps in America were still inhumane, and these details are many times left out of our history books. Americans were never on any kind of moral high ground during World War 2 and they aren’t in modern times either.

In the aftermath of the recent Paris attacks, and in light of the controversy involving immigrants and refugees, Roanoke Mayor, Democrat David Bowers, has actually called for a return of Roosevelt’s internment camp policies from World War 2.

“I’m reminded that President Franklin D. Roosevelt felt compelled to sequester Japanese foreign nationals after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and it appears that the threat of harm to America from Isis now is just as real and serious as that from our enemies then,” Bowers wrote in a recent statement.

His comments sparked outrage, and quickly gained the attention of the national media.

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