Thursday, January 3, 2013 10:26:49 AM
@5cats - I don't know how you`re misconstruing my statement. The US doesn`t have to extradite individuals if it feels that their Human rights would be violated. Once AGAIN, please tell me where I said that the US can arrest its own citizens b/c of another countries` laws.
@HA - Is this what you have come to? Petty insults? I can`t say I`m surprised. I just wish things could have been different...
Thursday, January 3, 2013 7:02:59 AM
Japanese internment was deemed unlawful by Reagan. @klaxor: Well! 40 years later it became illegal, eh? Nice to know. So until then it WAS legal, just like I said, correct?
[quote]The US can choose to protect individuals from other govt's that they feel have unjust laws. It feels that Japan has just laws.[/quote] YOU SAID the USA has a "right" to arrest it`s OWN citizens based on the Laws of another country. Why do I keep saying "you said it"? Because YOU DID! Or do you need to read Wiki`s overview of what "Japanese Internemnt" was all about? You`ve been spouting off on YET ANOTHER topic you have no clue about, eh?
@listypoos: One particular Japanese commander (in the Phillipines iirc) was executed because he didn`t stop his troops from doing crimes. Of course US troops raped, robbed & killed civilians too... MacArther? Not executed.