Out actor George Takei created a video in Spanish warning voters about electing Donald Trump to the White House.

As of Saturday, Takei's four-and-a-half-minute video had passed 12 million views on Facebook since its posting on Thursday.

The actor recollected his time in a Japanese interment camp to remind viewers of the possible consequences of anti-immigration rhetoric.

“When I was a little boy, politicians used fear and racism against people of Japanese descent in this country,” Takei said in the video. “We were targets simply because we happened to look like the people who happened to bomb Pearl Harbor. They said we were all spies and saboteurs, that none of use could be trusted.”

“When Trump today says Mexicans are rapists and drug dealers, it is his way of similarly dehumanizing whole groups, so that he can set his plans in motion.”

“I still remember the day armed guards marched up our driveway with bayonets ordering us out of our home. I remember my mother's tears as we took with us only what we could carry. And we lost all that we had worked so hard for.”

Takei and his family spent four years in the camp.

“[Trump] is playing on the same fears and ignorance that once led this country to intern my family,” Takei warned.