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User avatar #81 - dudewitharake (07/08/2014) [-]
not to start a shitstorm, but following your logic does that mean that US allies should have stopped the systematic persecution and internment camping of Japanese-American citizens?
User avatar #91 - meganinja (07/08/2014) [-]
Because interning a small minority (not killing them) is comparable to killing 20 million civilians, many in some of the worst ways imaginable.
User avatar #92 - dudewitharake (07/08/2014) [-]
I was simply using the statement as an example of two relatively-similar issues present during their time, tying a socially unacceptable act on the allies side to that of an axis power. obviously the rape of Naneking is a hell of a lot more serious than internment camps. however, following his logic of "why didn't x step in to stop y from committing z" then the allies should be held accountable for the US internment of Japanese-Americans. granted national security and whatnot are a little different than full scale invasion, its still something that could have been avoided without all the "yellow hysteria"
User avatar #94 - meganinja (07/08/2014) [-]
I'm not saying it's a good thing that the US did that. It probably did save US lives. If the war had been less one sided, then it could have been the deciding factor in winning the USA the war, but morally it wasn't the right thing.

But regardless for the allies to have done anything about it would have been overreacting because it's such a small thing to do in the grand scheme of things.
#89 - mrmcput (07/08/2014) [-]
Sure does, but this isn't about the US, this is about Hitler failing to prevent the mass murder of the Chinese. If he was such a cool guy why did he let it happen?
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