Yes, wow!...And thanks!
Why are you comparing this to atrocities that happened at times when there was no such thing as education, when people were at the pits of ignorance, where blunt racism and human rights violations were acceptable, at atrocities that occured in the Dark Ages when people were digging up the pope from its grave to have it judged...
At those times, racism was acceptabable. Hundreds of years ago, black people could not enter certain places in the US. They could not sit anywhere they wanted in buses. And that was acceptable. During the WW2, it was acceptable to discriminate against Jews. It was acceptable to hate them and support someone who wanted to "exterminate them." The United Nation's Declaration of Human Rights only happened afer WW2. So why are you comparing the US's actions now
to what happened then
? Those same actions are now unacceptable. It's like comparing the crimes in the US to the crimes happening in 3rd world countries.
At an age and place of education and knowledge, where there's "deomcracy," where there's "freedom," where racism is wrong, where human rights have become a legal term, yes, it is more cruel of the US to be committing those actions, IMO.