George Takei is a major spokesperson for human rights. Having been removed to a Japanese internment camp as a child, he provides a first-hand experience of the evil concept of internment, whether for people of Japanese descent of for Muslim people. Takei’s words are required reading for all Americans at this dangerous time in the history of our country.
The complete editorial is at The Washington Post. Please go there and read it in its entirety.
George Takei: They interned my family. Don’t let them do it to Muslims.
The United States apologized for locking up Japanese Americans. Have we learned nothing?
By George Takei (published at The Washington Post)Continue reading “The Spectre of Internment”