Wesley Clark, who is a retired US General, stated his opinion on recent shootings in Tennessee’s military recruitment centers during a TV appearance.
According to him, people who became alienated from the community due to some reason can be brought back.
He added that those that are radicalized have to be identified and put into a camp, like it was the case with the supporters of Nazi Germany during World War II.
Based on his opinion, those who do not support the US have their freedom to do so. However, the US has its right to put those people away and isolate them from the community.
He also added that such camps must be introduced in Britain, Germany and France.
It seems that Clark’s proposal to segregate potentially dangerous people is accepted as rational by the American audience.