U.S. OFFERS INTERNMENT TO DISPLACED JAPANESE

Open for Business Once Again

The U.S. government has offered to inter Japanese citizens displaced by the Earthquake and tsunami in several existing WW II internment camps in Arkansas, Arizona and Utah.  “This is the least we can do,” said Frank Roosevelt, Special Assistant for the Internal Affairs Division of the Interior Department.  “We have these camps sitting empty since the 40’s, so we may as well put them to use.”   “Besides that they are still decorated with an Oriental Motif.”  “It may take a bit of refurbishing but, there is no question we can get them up and running quickly,” he added.

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