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in many ways by guaranteeing 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 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. jointly everything on the all excitement and i'll be speaking to yes the world of politics that's less i'm show business i'll see that.
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unit 731 did everything from exploding bombs laced with anthrax next to prisoners who were tied to stakes in a field. we have evidence that they gave disease infected chocolates to children. plead guilty to having exercised to direct guidance of preparations for conducting biological warfare chiefly against the soviet union. biological bombs were to be dropped on blood it was dark but
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a shell off about of skin. and blood of vision scope. tribunals transcript general yamada commander in chief judge in his kwantung army. ceramic bombs containing typhoid collar and anthrax also show is seen as brain child. russian. more. uganda. how did serial not. so english. bombs packed with deadly bacteria were meant to be dropped on soviet cities. but on june the 25945 victorious soldiers marched across red square.
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many of those present with martial wasilewski as their leader would be redeployed to the far east immediately after the victory. you when you knew it wouldn't you say was. near. you again when you're so where do you pull your p.c. news but you know many issues with me how you see it but need ski is a medical corps colonel and military historian who researches the history of development and the use of chemical and biological weapons he's also studied the checkered history of japanese russian relations. universe i usually can give mine
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would be to say usually go. in with those we surfaced is because your scheme is english even if that. person still can do it. on august the 6th and 9945 american pilots dropped atomic bombs on the civilian populations of hiroshima and nagasaki. and oh no mr 9 soviet troops launched a massive offensive against the 1500000 strong one ton. the manchurian operation. as no match in military history the red on it defeated the kuantan army in just 10 days.
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on august the 19th it's commander in chief photos or jada complied with the soviet high commands ultimatum on immediate and unconditional surrender he handed his sword to a soviet officer and other generals followed suit. after the start of the red army's military operation the units 731100 were completely liquidated as per my orders. the soviet army swift advance deprived us of the possibility of employing a biological weapon against the us as other countries. tribunals transcript of the commander in chief of the japanese. auto zone. he was in a hurry. the red army was advancing too quickly and he didn't want to be captured by russian. prisoners were killed and their bodies destroyed.
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personnel and valuables were relocated they had to leave behind was. most of the facilities were blown up. on august in 1945 the 1st servia troops entered the city of harbin. the 731 camp had already been blown up and old the most important materials removed but there was still traces of the crimes. via troops found evidence of the biological warfare units activities. several units
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731 personnel much captured along with the kuantan army commander in chief and senior military medical service officers. meanwhile she made contact with the americans. i'm going to. hurt the is. motor vehicle to bring me so. needy. already. and that wasn't the 1st time the pentagon had also sheltered several german fascists the removal of nazi criminals from the country was code named operation paperclip there were thousands over all by one estimate as many as 10000 not just
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the scientists the scientists total about $1600.00 or more but there were also concentration camp guards from low to medium levels there were even. concentration camps. in eastern europe nazis really of all stripes from scientists to spies who work for the cia. an american journalist and pulitzer prize winner wrote the nazis next know all revealing the harrowing story of how america became a safe haven if the sounds of notes and. and also. i think a lot of this is it was really a stain on the united states it was a shameful period in which we allowed thousands and thousands of nazi persecutors who we had just to feed it we had just gone to war we had lost interest lost
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hundreds of thousands of men in battle and then allowed. them in despite their obvious ties to to war crimes and persecution that that is a blot in american history since japan's act of surrender was formally signed on september the 2nd 1945 in tokyo bay the bold the american battleship u.s.s. missouri. representing the suv union general did it also sign to surrender documentable on the u.s.s. missouri general macarthur and admiral nimitz signed on behalf of the u.s.a. . to cuba tribunal soon follows the trial of japanese war criminals america behaved as if we don't do the courtroom after all japan was in its hands.
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made it go good last year high not done yet. good there are a made during the summer you going to cause a great. new and you are. the tokyo tribunal began on major ferg 946. by this time churchill had already delivered his sinews of peace speech that heralded the cold war. the tokyo tribunal became an arena room veiled confrontation between the u.s. great britain and the u.s.s.r. u.s. representatives refused to review the topic of unit 73100 detachments despite
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servia demands from the whereabouts of the unit 731 leaders are unknown to us there are no grounds for charging the unit with war crimes. cold war and there was a strain of documents and data by unit 731 that went to 2 military bases in the united states to fort dugway in utah into fort dietrich in maryland which to this day remains the headquarters for the us. by a large of all weapons command. there were biologists doctors medical students adolescents who had nothing to do with medicine employed at unit 731. $3600.00 people in total including maintenance staff. but only 12 men face trial and how about of. herschel to you others in the. queue also.
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need to go to work the dog is. the sole looking kunal say. june or the docs. so not. this. so the. day he meets. visited fort detrick the u.s.a.'s main military learned biological weapons research and testing on humans continued. in the 1930 s. and forty's and fifty's the american military government and medical community experimented on the black population using syphilis and sexually transmitted diseases and with these diseases in order to develop vaccinations and medicines to
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immunize them all of these were used in the prisoner populations the black populations and the mentally retarded populations largely before 964 which then quickly outlawed. in 1950 the korean. american deployed form a unit 731 directors. and miseducated booth doctors of medicine and both already promoted to the rank of lieutenant general in the imperial japanese army. packed with toxic payloads were dropped on korean villages. from nagasaki hiroshima korea vietnam. in different areas of the world from the different times of war united states is engaged in all sorts of
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warfare biological warfare nuclear war warfare. the united states did ratify a $972.00 convention on biological weapons. but in 2001 declined to sign the document known to experts as the protocol. the community people the girl where you see a 1000000 to go to were she to support disease in the story. was was that it was a book of millions closer see new sentiment to be the new. media a reflection of reality. in a world transformed. what will make you feel safe. heis a nation full community. are you going the right way or are you being led.
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away. what is true what is faith. in a world corrupted you need to descend. to join us in the depths. aura made in the shallowness. join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then. moreover it is impossible to undertake any inspection of bio labs set up by the pentagon near russia and form a serviette republics as required by the defense threat reduction agency. it's
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claimed that the labs are for medical purposes but they're financed by the us defense budget. raising valid concerns that their activities are not just medical but military. the look on the military jury is one example. but the level of duty of the way no one as in the chain. judges former minister of state security left on a general duty godsey just talking about reliable documents that fell into his hands. knew who should knew was with but doesn't mean it was me surely in the sight but then to so you know next up the american that silly doubt is julie the daughter in the new coke users so mystique. chipman put out systems we use he was an inmate is the the threshing impulse plus learning it begin me such him of us and i say do
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well but i don't think you do. but they want them to spill what they let that only about up but it must not let us believing it was the sort of wrongness you call me let's get it today but i can you go sailing you see anymore smita kidding or not snake mention is up about that ship the company now it's the what good. so i didn't pick up but if it's milky what stevia would you be preaching a smidgeon you'll stumble you gotta sell us the real h.d. by then or one of us who. owns this were you dialups. does. the good up it that it's mitigate the nuts it's mitigating would those i simply said he is the good me and of those to me he didn't you could visit as nature. will go would they need. a new pro scored the records show that there have been 181 deaths left in a general you'll get z. has appealed to the u.s. president donald trump 290 advocacy groups and different humanitarian organizations
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in the west but has received no response. there are also many questions concerning biological labs in ukraine there are at least 13 there are 3 and 43 in kiev and others in a desa vinnitsa. curse on the nobel and heart of. ultimately if there was a conflict or war with russia ukraine would be among the 1st. platforms to initiate hostilities through. local residents have reported unusual infection outbreaks in our american lands one example is a facility near hark off. social activists in a game a sea of who worked and how when the lamb opened complained several times to ukrainian authorities at the request of local residents. globalist do
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williston there it was. more good with equipment if you got. up at a. middle of the money. is there going to do about a body of. one lamb is suspected to have been running experiments on ticks. it's thought ticks are infected with zico virus west nile fever fever and other equally dangerous pathogens and then released into the natural habitat neither ukraine nor the u.s. have denied that the pentagon is linked to bio labs in the country. since 2018 under on
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a number 9 to 8 issued by ukraine's ministry of health international pharmaceutical companies have had access to the country's hospital patients as a testing ground including children. special safety measures in the handling of hazardous microorganisms are very expensive. it's a lot cheaper and easier to conduct that kind of research in countries where lives are over lower value to the usa the west of course does not care about the lives or the conditions of the ukraine or the population it is also been historically i'd by people like adolf hitler and the german world war 2 strategic plans for defeating russia ukraine was rich with oil and it was always i as a natural resource. area that could be utilized. is to spread the word to
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us which if since the new deal it. was a. good course there's a bonus of produced but then we need to live as if it was. only an illusion of good if the people heard of was that good for you but then it's in your school. it's impossible to monitor the labs activities fully. even though america says their doors are always open. with the new years to experience with which to put the stupid could be near them doesn't because i'd say if you've got to look at the. least think up loria way to dust which is that in your user chain your. bum score did put . today the us has bio labs in many different countries of the world.
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in 2017 the us air force website announced a tender for the purchase of russian people's biological samples russian authorities requested clarification of the proposed purpose of the purchase and received an answer from blowdown a spokesman for the us air education and training command. the pentagon needs to collect russian via material to continue one musculoskeletal system research re another city. why they wanted russian data remains unclear and it was no assurance that it wasn't to help create a bio weapons no syrup or services could physicist cope with serious abuse to queue material or. your security has been to minute to be shared in the can is of course . most of his associates were never punished for their rhetoric crimes. many opened their own clinics in japan and even won awards. they knew it that they know it's a new work with no mistaking it means i use the look. now
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is it the you know that are you. only 12 defendants pleaded guilty the court sentenced to generals the armada kitchen suka takahashi and come as she met a 25 year prison terms. other officers were given 15 to 20 years and the lower ranks from 2 to 10 years. were you. a year old. heuer they. will scorn the clearly the shooter or know what they're going through with. their war in a. so. you know what the muster sort of little bit slow chew up the game it's got that issue with the american wish you'd go to court to show us the mutal gita the article you and i thought what
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a woman does get. a famous japanese alter say cheat more and more up published his book in which with a heavy heart he analyzed everything that a unit 731 had done that was the 1st time the japanese public had learned the shocking truth. a quarrel was still. posited data could a mother you know. she doesn't. see seine so you start with dane touchable comforting to know who went there so soon goes deer creek going up 30 they over they go up in the kink your study disorder slows you through ordeal course that is a 100 then you want in a minute a g. to show quest they owe no more. only.
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there's a special for choir in japan. among other pieces of music the group performs a cool suite entitled repentance by sheena churro it can be a composition based on money motives novel the devil's gluttony. or a mother knowing the solicit on the call of the. this if. whole sold out of. a much or they want is there a policy meaning not a there sort o. more joy you know with their. ordeal cause your knee has some real to it. then to others chorus of good reports could too. the was was. there was.
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a letter no call no what am i going to more chilling good data google when you're not in a home and that you will read that they're. still civil. and they'll move gushing. the $169.00 days they will at the shura each says look at the mess let us euro and then i say to you but then again just so meet them us. no critter seamy canonical day there's still no. so you start at the senate give us. the memorial peace park and i'm lost on as the victims of world war 2 the japanese built it to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the end of that all.
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people who want peace gather here for ceremonies to monitor and commemorate. the war is to blame. say the japanese people who come to my lost loved ones. seriously this. is a key to it gives them a good. she
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repatriations look at the way the 7 years. built the separate guys record so. in the stories that shaped the week here are the developers of russia sputnik. they hope. will further rise. a new more contagious strain of has been detected in england. with more than 40 countries arrivals from the u.k. . clemency for killers but none for whistleblowers dozens of pardons from donald trump. the american war crimes but include mercenaries fund guilty of involvement in the murder of a.


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