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Ex-NATO commander suggests WWII-style camps for radicalized Americans

Retired US General Wesley Clark suggested that radicalized youth in America and other Western nations should be segregated the way Nazi sympathizers were held in camps during World War II.

America and its allies need to get tougher on young men, who may become radical Islamists, said Clark, who is best known for leading NATO troops during the Kosovo war. The former Democratic presidential candidate made the comments in an interview on MSNBC in response to the shooting at a recruitment camp in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that left four Marines killed.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Ignoring the fact that the shooter in Chattanooga was (as all the other mass shooters) on prescription anti-depressants.

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