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people that were in fact dead so chemistry has given us a much improved quality of life in many ways and then we have to ask well with these unintended consequences that are causing species go extinct that are causing environmental injustice is how can we make things better because certainly we can handle those things better than we have. 2020 has been each year like you no wonder how it's a cope with crisis changed our lives how will that continue to shape our lives for me and one of the long things you know that may never return.
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because one of the most beautiful cities in russia's far east. it sits on the i'm a river that runs along the russia china border and was for many years the far eastern capital. there is no shortage of historical sites here and the officers club is one of them. this is when you are in december 19 14912 members of japan's kuantan army stood trial. that was the only time walk women also have ever been tried for creating a biological weapon and testing at home.
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no one nuff said no no. no. no going to let her have it in a legit lately no. no no. no look at not. the remorse shown by one member of japan's top secret unit sentence 31 p. and his colleagues killed thousands of victims while developing biological weapons . he's a guy who had been to unit 7 or one soldier. and killed. paul johnson an american director has studied unit 731 documents at length and knows its history well. unit 731 was a unique organization in the history of the world what they were trying to do was
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to simply do nothing short then build the most powerful and most deadly biological weapons program that the world had ever known. japan had a longstanding interest in biological weapons emperor hirohito who had a degree and marine biology believed that biological weapons would help japan conquer the world as a descendant of the sun goddess a matter of he saw it as his calling. in the 1930 s. the concept of japan's exceptional role in the world coming to the country society . how modern day uku sucking your.
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japanese journalist should condo the author of evidence of unit 731 crimes a book that caused quite a stir he is one of the few people who tries to give an impartial account of factors that brought japan to war time look at the. road. to get. the work there. but the. order. in the early 1930 s. the japanese military carefully studied a report by microbiologist surely. biological weapons effect which human body silently. causing a slow but painful death there is no need to manufacture missiles instead you can infect clothing food or water for dispersed bacteria from aircraft they will proliferate and in fact humans. in general is he wasn't
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just a biologist but also a military man with the rank of colonel he was a very smart intelligent capable person of high status in japan he was a medical doctor who was also a pilot and a military commander he had all of these great talents and skills that sadly instead of being used for a good purpose he took his great prodigious skills and took it in the opposite direction to the dark side as a force for evil. japan's general staff allocated enormous resources to help the biologist establish a secret facility to develop biological weapons. china's manchuria region occupied by japan in 1932 and turned into the puppet state of manchukuo became the testing ground.
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manchuria is very handy because of its location close to the u.s.s.r. it also has plenty of test subjects test subject to mean people brought to the unit for tests exactly those people were meant to die. that's right from tribunal questions to question him akiyoshi a medical service major general. in $938.00 several secret facilities were established in the hills of manchuria. unit 100 in c. and john worked on livestock contamination. unit 516 inserts a common you factor chemical weapons. unit 731 no harm. in developed biological weapons and tested them on civilians. in 10 found villages they burned down around 300 local dwellings to clear space to build unit 731 the
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facility was self-sufficient and inaccessible when the bara trees a prison crim a tory and stadium the shinto shrine an airfield dedicated aircraft group and a power station the facilities commanding officer was also the project ideologist colonel sheryl you see. there real. good actually. said yes your worship of. offical much so is more than 1000 years old concert down to a very long time then i. think a. sunday would have put. me on as i don't know she will do. does now on a more real museum here. as
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it is often say it's one of the saddest museums in the world. it's iowa. how the things that are you will my life a free country i'll be. caught on the gig bag. wrong on the page here you're. so big to a good local kill some good there you. go they. know no cites you but they need dick and they pushed it's got that many to go good to know who. is japanese and lived near you in it 731 when she was just 13 and. she often visits
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china now exhibitions and conferences to expose the crimes perpetrated by unit 731 . percent the guys that deacon. could not grow up that's given them a they meet they must cut it oh i don't know moiety oh yeah my mom i got the dust you also logano when you got there. the camp has a gruesome reputation among locals. exactly what went on behind the tall fence they'll never know that they are sure that no one ever came out alive.
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after you infected a person when he gets treatment yes what happened to him next. he'd be used for further experiments. until he died yes none of the prisoners came out a life of. crime tribunal questions to medical service major general. thousands of people became test subjects. from various nationalities around 60 percent which i knees around 30 percent russian. and a few koreans and mongolians. they were referred to as my router which means logs in japanese. seem to be on a muslin does that the more. modern. you. know modern. the home or not there and i got the muscle you.
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should miss it was an intern at the unit like other teenagers he was sent there to work and study. cheerios i had to put up with us. now it's not going to go up but it's. the see my new on an on off site. on all 7 won't get sent out of the year you know not all that they give us that at the c.c. to. sort it all most. or because it's a comedy. show. so no one issued or not they can know what the law is joy show you this.
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logo not people they're even lower than livestock breached the audiologist and must mind behind everything that happened in the death camp. the chinese population of harby were the equivalent of lab rats these weren't human beings who had rights to life who had rights their freedom from porch or in. sickness and disease these were people who he could carry out tests to further his goals which was to create the world's greatest biological weapons program. test subjects were injected with coma time and threats bubonic plague and syphilis the progression of the disease was studied carefully. victims willing to dissected well still.
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americans love. this was a fundamental part of how our political leadership and our country at large understood the bargain you get a hope and then you know rebel right as the things you don't revolt if you have a stake in the system. back and think about the longer deeper history housings man in the united states not just at all the question of the american dream and then our question of who the dream is for. max keiser this is the kaiser report with stacy herbert and special year end guest
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misfires. i must say how the kind of sensitivity to world events of markets rarely seen anywhere except here on kaiser for mitt welcome back. to sports is nothing like football. it's not a money spinner but it is expensive. mended some dangerous. tennis is on the speedway. and they have no brakes that's a cool. stuff. some people.
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well the religio to cook bush look i've got to love him. so no no no i don't like stan i like it when we get older so good luck. with it you'll know. we needed to look. at all. the. units doctors monitored the dissections waiting for samples. sound needed a brain oh hot others to live on. that's how to breed a deadly super virus capable of destroying a human body in no time. you seem. not.
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just going to figure it go kill hundreds of. stead go. to dish in there to work on those 3000000000 go you're no. you're not no no no i wish this were real pill for you soaring. the way you can do no. if you don't know signing they only. had time to know how many were killed by unit 731 alone estimates vary some say 325000 people others put the figure at 10000. some didn't you know what and yet enough money. given what.
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most the army general staff and emperor hirohito when aware of the units goals and the methodology. was. god. yahweh. unit 731 was established in 1936 by the secret order of emperor hirohito. i saw the order with my own eyes when i served as head of unit 73 ones general department. tribunal transcript major general come she mckee oh she's interrogation or coral. since so she's a little short in the used as though she goes up on the c.t.o. course because she don't know mamma. do you mean
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you know we do you want to know cause all singed don't just say so long as you hold little chose your knees or your tongue or short in the long get. there you'll know when to shorten your hate i even feed. it was. 10 no no coconuts you walk us without the kids we waited till till. then the law made in. general. decreed them nor of some kusaka the 3 bulls policy which said kill whole.
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mass killings took place killing from the japanese own people and territories. says . in just 6 weeks more than 300000 people were tortured and killed in king japanese soldiers believed that they represented an exceptional nation and i don't license to do anything. in. those who don't know what i got those as the. means oak says the water was so clear i got out the world. of the english nation when it comes to colonize ation it has accomplished the impossible so. many historians claim that famine was
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a common event under british rule in india and that millions died of starvation. also that in the mid 19th century british business sold huge quantities of opium in china making considerable profit from the drug trade. it's also said that income go off of the popular. died during belgium's colonization. el gerry and 7 led to the chain of gruesome murders took place while france governs the country. could it will do what does the review this. money did you know who did this. e.t.s. the yellow. cod most oconee. and that there.
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is journey even though there's a one just. scott bennett is a leading counterterrorism expert and a former us army analyst you know investigates crimes against humanity. the american indians were seen as a scourge as a social pariah that needed to be expunged expelled and exterminated from much of the eastern seaboard poisoning blankets with smallpox with this virus that cause the eruption of sores and death on the american indians. blankets were distributed to indians at military installations under the guise of helping them.
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out of the thousands the units 731 killed. have been preserved in history 6 chinese and russians and. rid of the soldier cool dim and maria given over with how for your own daughter. when women and girls became too we can no longer fit for further experiments they were put into a special walled gas chamber. the doctors took meticulous notes the daughter suffocated after 3 minutes the mother of a 5. woman and her daughter was simply abducted from a street in. many
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russians lived there because china's eastern railway had been built by russian engineers in 8098. many stayed to avoid the revolution and civil. back to. the cities gendarmerie based at the railway station constantly received a new orders. they wanted men women or children of a particular day huge heightened ethnicity. when the unit needed new subjects the japanese police snatched entire families from the streets. part of my job was escorting inmates from harbin to unit 731 they were referred to
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as long letters for experiments. tribunal transcript sergeant major could because you subtle john dahmer especial branch chief. come out of the courts as well update them norris and then i did of the stuff that . seems w.'s of corn in the. now wanted some over it. just to put it on sneer all i saw was this a banger but it's not what she did was near. my foot sort of the book idea was. to give to. women and children played a special role in the unit $73.00 ones activities. women were raped
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and once they were pregnant infected with syphilis gonorrhea and other diseases. they were then cut open so that researches could extract the fetus to observe any changes. of that god i. will nonlethal i wish to know god only when you know. they don't know what rushed into. go to one of the rare to be. the future war with the soviet union might have been 14 extremely cold weather that's why they needed to know how to treat frostbite and. to find out they drove inmates out into the cold doused their limbs with water kept them outside until severe frostbite set in. an expert on frostbite to talk to his son to your shimoda conducted experiments on
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women and children and sent detailed reports illustrated with drawings and photographs. go if you want some. quote em up this is not guy and i. quote the war. on the way on the hill so if all the thought that. some victims literally mummified they were put into an extremely hot room with no water and kept there until they were completely desecrated the bodies will wait before and after 78 percent of the human body is water as that experiment to prove . you know if you want to. say that
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a. set of alona should not go through. munir no. need no no sun do. some experiments were conducted out of curiosity. had various body removed. limbs switched off saw monkey blood injected all the sensitivity to x. rays and electricity tested. chemistry is also given us fulfillment in many ways by caring teen and abundant food supply if we look at our world today there are still famines but there are political famines are caused by political problems are not caused by an inability to grow food and if we look at infectious diseases if you were in the middle of
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a pandemic now with a pandemic is killing less than one percent of the people that are in facts and in past times pandemics could kill 30 to 70 percent of the people that were infected so chemistry has given us much improved quality of life in many ways and then we have to ask well with these unintended consequences that are causing species go extinct that are causing environmental injustice is how can we make things better because certainly we can handle those things better than we have. changed moviemaking. just japanese and i. don't mind. having. a long today and probably not of. the map.
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more than a. couple set things. i don't know i mean that as a lot of gravity. in the meantime listen around. this the town obama didn't know i'm going to go. look at what's going on in the long. end of the month thinking i'm going to go missing obviously you know the maybe i'm not really happy that minute going to. be. 2020 has been a year like you know what snow is a coming crisis changed our lives how we look. when we love things you know that may never.
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be. in the stories that shapes the week here on our international the developers of russia the vaccine sign an official memorandum of cooperation with astra zeneca they hope that by combining their 2 vaccines the efficacy rate will further rise. a new more contagious strain of kobita has been detected in england causing panic worldwide with more than 40 countries banning arrivals from the u.k. . and victory or defeat while the u.k. prime minister celebrates a historic regs that deal across the english channel and the european union's chief negotiator describes it as a lose lose result.


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