John Sato, a 95-year-old World Struggle II veteran, was so saddened by the mosque att…


John Sato, a 95-year-old World Struggle II veteran, was so saddened by the mosque assaults in Christchurch, New Zealand, that he took 4 buses to attend a march in opposition to racism in Auckland. He mentioned he could not sleep the night time of the March 15 terror assault that left 50 folks useless. “I feel it is such a tragedy, and but it has the opposite facet. It has introduced folks collectively, it doesn’t matter what their race or something. Folks all of the sudden realized we’re all one. We take care of one another.”
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