Where did I stated that the Japanese American population did not in fact prove to be surprising loyal especially in view of how poorly we had treated them for a hundred years of so?
This is rather incoherent, which is not unusual for you. I didn't claim that you stated that, and if you had, i would not have assumed that you were questioning the loyalty of Japanese-Americans. You did, however write this:
Second are you claiming that we should just had assume that a population we had indeed not treated fairly would still be loyal to us?
That sure looks to me as though you were questioning their loyalty. As for any bullshit about crystal balls, long before the Japanese had invaded Attu, the Japanese-Americans in Hawaii who had been in the Guard in Hawaii had volunteered to fight for the United States
The highway was planned ahead for the very reason that we was rightfully worry about defending Alaska before the start of the war as it did not take a crystal ball to see that a war with the Empire of Japan was coming.
Were--we were. It would be refreshing to see you post in coherent English for a change. In fact, Congress authorized the construction of Fort Richardson, an Army Air Force base, near Anchorage in May, 1940, in response to the German air attack on Rotterdam. Certainly they had Japan in mind; that doesn't mean that anyone knowledgeable seriously considered a Japanese invasion in force to be likely. The highway was to be built to supply Fort Richardson, bright boy. The perceived threat was Japanese naval aviation.
Ceili is right, you're a troll. And an inarticulate, ignorant troll at that. To wrap it all up, you can't even keep a logical chain of thought. You tried to claim that the internment camps were a product of reasonable fears of a Japanese invasion, and not a racist response to public hysteria. And yet now, to attempt feebly to support your laughable argument, you stipulate that we had treated the Japanese badly for a hundred years. You can't keep these things straight in your mind, can you?