Letter to the editor: Get your facts straight
The relocation of Japanese from our west coast during World War II was not a drak day in history (as noted in the article "World War II game a unique event of its time," Sun Advocate, Feb. 17) .
They were not 'interred' either by the way. Many, many spies and those that would do harm to our country were relocated and the enemy alien act law that still stands today was enforced. There were Bansai rallies by those loyal to the Emperor every time the Japanese empire had a Pacific island victory.
Get your history and your English straight please. You confuse your readers with falsities and revised history. American tax payers have been duped and ripped off by these re-writers of history long enough.
In these difficult economic times, the revisionists are demanding $38 million dollars of your hard earned tax money to resurrect the 10 relocation centers.
(Editors note: The word "interred" got by our spell checker and proofing process, and certainly the writer. It should have read interned.)