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Auschwitz Memorial Responds to AOC being a clown

Auschwitz Memorial Responds After Journalists Defend Ocasio-Cortez’s Concentration Camps Comments


https://m.theepochtimes.com/auschwitz-memorial-responds-after-journalists-defend-ocasio-cortezs-concentration-camps-comments_2969647.html

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Trump makes worse comments every day that DIRECTLY insult or denigrate persons, places or things …. WITH INTENT. AOC had no intention of a derogatory remark against "the memorial", just against the original, inhumane use of the facility. We ALL should remind ourselves … or BE reminded, of the mistakes of history! You GO, girl!

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outlaw60(15500) Disputed
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GRANDPAW can you see the VALLEY GURL on the INTERNATIONAL STAGE ! LMMFAO!!!

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AlofRI(3264) Clarified
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Well, I HAVE seen Trump on the "International Stage", and I actually WOULDN'T LMMFAO, it was to embarrassing! AOC didn't MEAN it the way it was taken. In this ridiculously "politically correct" environment it's hard to NOT offend SOMEONE …. but it's SO easy for Trump to do so …. to ANYONE! ;-)

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outlaw60(15500) Disputed
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https://www.fdrlibrary.org/curriculum-guide-internment

On February 19, 1942, FDR issued Executive Order 9066, which led to the forced relocation of approximately 120,000 Japanese Americans living on the West Coast. More than two-thirds of these people were native born American citizens. They were confined in inland internment camps operated by the military.

PUSSY WHOOPED was FDR a DEMOCRAT ??????????????????????

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outlaw60(15500) Disputed
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You FUCKIN DUMB ASS you don't know SHIT about HISTORY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/19/this-day-in-politics-february-19-1942-416028

On this day in 1942, 10 weeks after a Japanese carrier force bombed Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an executive order that led to the forced removal of some 112,000 Japanese-Americans, most of them U.S. citizens, from their homes, to be relocated in internment camps in remote locations away far from the West Coast.

Of 127,000 Japanese-Americans living in the continental United States at the time of the Pearl Harbor attack, 112,000 resided on the West Coast. About 80,000 were second-generation, U.S.-born Japanese who held U.S. citizenship or third-generation children. The rest were first-generation immigrants born in Japan who were ineligible for U.S. citizenship at the time under U.S. law.

https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/roosevelt-ushers-in-japanese-american-internment

On this day in 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issues Presidential Proclamation No. 2537, requiring aliens from World War II-enemy countries–Italy, Germany and Japan–to register with the United States Department of Justice. Registered persons were then issued a Certificate of Identification for Aliens of Enemy Nationality. A follow-up to the Alien Registration Act of 1940, Proclamation No. 2537 facilitated the beginning of full-scale internment of Japanese Americans the following month.

AL you have your head stuck in a DARK AND REMOTE PLACE ???????????????

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outlaw60(15500) Disputed
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HAY you IGNORANT TROLL are you going to make EXCUSES for FDR ?????????????

On this day in 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issues Presidential Proclamation No. 2537, requiring aliens from World War II-enemy countries–Italy, Germany and Japan–to register with the United States Department of Justice. Registered persons were then issued a Certificate of Identification for Aliens of Enemy Nationality. A follow-up to the Alien Registration Act of 1940, Proclamation No. 2537 facilitated the beginning of full-scale internment of Japanese Americans the following month.

Come on you LITTLE LEFTIST GURL what you got to say ?

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/injustice-japanese-americans-internment- camps-resonates-strongly-180961422/

Seventy-five years after the fact, the federal government’s incarceration of some 120,000 Americans of Japanese descent during that war is seen as a shameful aberration in the U.S. victory over militarism and totalitarian regimes. Though President Ford issued a formal apology to the internees in 1976, saying their incarceration was a “setback to fundamental American principles,” and Congress authorized the payment of reparations in 1988, the episode remains, for many, a living memory. Now, with immigration-reform proposals targeting entire groups as suspect, it resonates as a painful historical lesson.

The roundups began quietly within 48 hours after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, on December 7, 1941. The announced purpose was to protect the West Coast. Significantly, the incarceration program got underway despite a warning; in January 1942, a naval intelligence officer in Los Angeles reported that Japanese-Americans were being perceived as a threat almost entirely “because of the physical characteristics of the people.” Fewer than 3 percent of them might be inclined toward sabotage or spying, he wrote, and the Navy and the FBI already knew who most of those individuals were. Still, the government took the position summed up by John DeWitt, the Army general in command of the coast: “A Jap’s a Jap. They are a dangerous element, whether loyal or not.”

That February, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, empowering DeWitt to issue orders emptying parts of California, Oregon, Washington and Arizona of issei—immigrants from Japan, who were precluded from U.S. citizenship by law—and nisei, their children, who were U.S. citizens by birth. Photographers for the War Relocation Authority were on hand as they were forced to leave their houses, shops, farms, fishing boats. For months they stayed at “assembly centers,” living in racetrack barns or on fairgrounds. Then they were shipped to ten “relocation centers,” primitive camps built in the remote landscapes of the interior West and Arkansas. The regime was penal: armed guards, barbed wire, roll call. Years later, internees would recollect the cold, the heat, the wind, the dust—and the isolation.

TROLL can you remind me of the PARTY ALLIANCE of FDR ????????????

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outlaw60(15500) Disputed
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CONFUSED SOCIALIST do you not support the JEW known as EXCON ????????????

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outlaw60(15500) Disputed
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Will AL say GO GURL when your PRECIOUS FUEL is cut off in a state your OLD LADY makes you live in ???????????????

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Trump makes worse comments every day that DIRECTLY insult or denigrate persons, places or things …. WITH INTENT

Try being on the other side of Obama and Hillary's vile comments.

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AlofRI(3264) Clarified
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Actually, I would RATHER be on the "other side" of Obama and Hillary's comments. They're not NEARLY so "vile" and they would even have to be deserved. Unlike Trump, who's vile with anyone that doesn't worship and agree with him, theirs were either called for or deserved for good reason. Give it up Bronto, comparing Obama and Hillary to Trump is comparing apples to rotten cabbage! ;-)

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Auschwitz Memorial Responds to AOC being a clown

Hello bront:

Words matter..

As you know, I don't call people Nazis because it diminishes what actual Nazis did. I CAN, however, call a concentration camp, a concentration camp when it's actually a concentration camp..

Here's what Merriam Webster says:

".. a place where large numbers of people (such as prisoners of war, political prisoners, refugees, or the members of an ethnic or religious minority) are detained or confined under armed guard..

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/concentrationcamp

In fact, we interned Japanese Americans in concentration camps during WW II..

So, if you wanna STOP AOC from calling them concentration camps, then STOP putting children in concentration camps.. Easy peasy..

excon

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outlaw60(15500) Disputed
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This right here SUPER STUPID proves how IGNORANT you are and you typed it - In fact, we interned Japanese Americans in concentration camps during WW II..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FranklinD.Roosevelt

Franklin Delano Roosevelt (/ˈroʊzəvəlt/,[1] /-vɛlt/;[2] January 30, 1882 – April 12, 1945), often referred to by his initials FDR, was an American statesman and political leader who served as the 32nd president of the United States from 1933 until his death in 1945. A member of the Democratic party

On February 19, 1942, FDR issued Executive Order 9066, which led to the forced relocation of approximately 120,000 Japanese Americans living on the West Coast. More than two-thirds of these people were native born American citizens. They were confined in inland internment camps operated by the military.

https://www.fdrlibrary.org/curriculum-guide-internment

You LEFTIST are BRAIN DEAD and know nothing about HISTORY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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HAY you IGNORANT TROLL are you going to make EXCUSES for FDR ?????????????

On this day in 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issues Presidential Proclamation No. 2537, requiring aliens from World War II-enemy countries–Italy, Germany and Japan–to register with the United States Department of Justice. Registered persons were then issued a Certificate of Identification for Aliens of Enemy Nationality. A follow-up to the Alien Registration Act of 1940, Proclamation No. 2537 facilitated the beginning of full-scale internment of Japanese Americans the following month.

Come on you LITTLE LEFTIST GURL what you got to say ?

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/injustice-japanese-americans-internment- camps-resonates-strongly-180961422/

Seventy-five years after the fact, the federal government’s incarceration of some 120,000 Americans of Japanese descent during that war is seen as a shameful aberration in the U.S. victory over militarism and totalitarian regimes. Though President Ford issued a formal apology to the internees in 1976, saying their incarceration was a “setback to fundamental American principles,” and Congress authorized the payment of reparations in 1988, the episode remains, for many, a living memory. Now, with immigration-reform proposals targeting entire groups as suspect, it resonates as a painful historical lesson.

The roundups began quietly within 48 hours after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, on December 7, 1941. The announced purpose was to protect the West Coast. Significantly, the incarceration program got underway despite a warning; in January 1942, a naval intelligence officer in Los Angeles reported that Japanese-Americans were being perceived as a threat almost entirely “because of the physical characteristics of the people.” Fewer than 3 percent of them might be inclined toward sabotage or spying, he wrote, and the Navy and the FBI already knew who most of those individuals were. Still, the government took the position summed up by John DeWitt, the Army general in command of the coast: “A Jap’s a Jap. They are a dangerous element, whether loyal or not.”

That February, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, empowering DeWitt to issue orders emptying parts of California, Oregon, Washington and Arizona of issei—immigrants from Japan, who were precluded from U.S. citizenship by law—and nisei, their children, who were U.S. citizens by birth. Photographers for the War Relocation Authority were on hand as they were forced to leave their houses, shops, farms, fishing boats. For months they stayed at “assembly centers,” living in racetrack barns or on fairgrounds. Then they were shipped to ten “relocation centers,” primitive camps built in the remote landscapes of the interior West and Arkansas. The regime was penal: armed guards, barbed wire, roll call. Years later, internees would recollect the cold, the heat, the wind, the dust—and the isolation.

TROLL can you remind me of the PARTY ALLIANCE of FDR ????????????

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outlaw60(15500) Disputed
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SUPER STUPID can you not address that FDR a DEMOCRAT put JAPANESE AMERICANS in CONCENTRATION CAMPS ?????????? GODDAMN BOY i thought you was a VET !!!!!!!

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excon(14830) Disputed
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SUPER STUPID can you not address that FDR a DEMOCRAT put JAPANESE AMERICANS in CONCENTRATION CAMPS ??????????

Hello poochy boy:

Yeah, I've been watching you pull out your hair.. Musta posted 25 times about it.. Dude! Of course, you have no clue about what's going on around you.. Poor fellow.

My POINT was, that WE HAD concentration camps in the US - not WHO was president at the time..

Now, fetch this stick..

excon

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WinstonC(1232) Clarified
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".. a place where large numbers of people (such as prisoners of war, political prisoners, refugees, or the members of an ethnic or religious minority) are detained or confined under armed guard..

Technically regular prisons are concentration camps under such a broad definition. In which case, concentration camps are not inherently bad things.

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excon(14830) Clarified
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Technically regular prisons are concentration camps under such a broad definition. In which case, concentration camps are not inherently bad things.

Hello W:

I'll stick with Merriam Webster.. If THEY say prisons ARE concentration camps, I'd BELIEVE it. But, they DON'T, so I DON'T either..

excon

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Nom_Chomsky(845) Disputed
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As you know, I don't call people Nazis because it diminishes what actual Nazis did.

Lol. Shut up you imbecile. You pull out the anti-Semite card anytime anybody disproves anything you write, despite the fact you're not even Jewish. You distort, lie and prey on myths and half-truths just like your partner in bullshit, Brontoraptor.

".. a place where large numbers of people (such as prisoners of war, political prisoners, refugees, or the members of an ethnic or religious minority) are detained or confined under armed guard.

Which conveniently includes Guantanamo and other offshore detention facilities opened by Republicans. You don't need to go as far back as WW2. Republicans not only opened up concentration camps, but furthermore approved the widespread use of torture within said camps.

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excon(14830) Disputed
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You distort, lie and prey on myths and half-truths just like your partner in bullshit, Brontoraptor.

Hello hater:

You accuse me of lying and distorting, and using half truths... And, then you use my link to bolster YOUR argument..

Are you fucked up or what?

Oy vey.

excon, Jewish Prince

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Which conveniently includes Guantanamo and other offshore detention facilities opened by Republicans

I'm old enough to remember when Obama said he'd close it down to virtue signal, then didn't close it down.

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Republicans not only opened up concentration camps

Japanese concentration camps in America were literally put in place by a President who was a Democrat.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internment ofJapaneseAmericans

And then Obama literally put migrants in one of those same old Japanese concentration camps.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.newsweek.com/donald-trump-barack-obama-fort-sill-former-japanese-internment-camp-1443785?amp=1

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