Live Human Experimentation on Biological Warfare – Unit 731

3 Aug

Lots of Information about Unit 731

That’s when he began screaming

vivisection unit 731

Most people have never heard of Unit 731. But let me tell you about it for those who have never heard of it. During World war the Japanese government funded the world’s most brutal biological warfare experiments on human subjects. They would dissect people alive, tear their organs out one by one without any anesthetic. They would put people in pressure chambers until their eyeballs exploded from their sockets. They would cut limbs off and see how long it would take someone to bleed to death. Many many horrific experiments, even on newborn babies.

What is AMAZING about it, to me, is that most people have heard of Dr. Aribert Heim otherwise known as “Dr. Death” due to his role during the Nazi Holocaust in World War 2. He headed sadistic experiments on live prisoners. He is a wanted War Criminal and hunted all over the world. He is presumed alive but in hiding.

After world war 2 many Nazis were tried for War Crimes and hanged. BUT when it comes to the Japanese war crimes of Unit 731, NOT A SINGLE member of that unit served ANY time or was ever executed. Not because they hid. Many went on to head prominent positions in Japanese Government. The leader of Unit 731, Shiro Ishii went on to live a peaceful life and die of old age. Why did they get away with it? Why were the Japanese, losers in the war, not tried for the war crimes of Unit 731 during the Nuremberg trails?

Because the United States government thought the data the Japanese had found by killing all those people was very valuable, and rather than prosecute them the US Government negotiated a deal where the Japanese would turn over all data in exchange for immunity from prosecution. Hypocrisy at it’s finest. Because it’s unpopular to kill Jews, Dr. Heim was prosecuted and is still hunted to this day. But because the Japanese were dissecting COMMUNIST Chinese prisoners alive, the United States government did not care.

US paid for Japanese human germ warfare data – Article from ABC News

While what the Japanese did was horrific, it’s even more horrific that the United States government became willing partners in this live human experimentation by obtaining the data and protecting those involved with the unit. The best treatment for frostbite was found by Unit 731 during their charnel house experiments. They would freeze people’s limbs and experiment with manners to defrost them. This data was used by the United States for treatment of frostbite.

Morioka, Japan
He is a cheerful old farmer who jokes as he serves rice cakes made by his wife and then he switches easily to explaining what it is like to cut open a 30-year-old man who is tied naked to abed and dissect him alive, without anesthetic.

“The fellow knew that it was over for him and so he didn’t struggle when they led him into the room and tied, him down,” recalled the 72-year-old farmer, then a medical assistant in a Japanese army unit in China in World War II. “But when I picked up the scalpel, that’s when he began screaming.

I cut him open from the chest to the stomach and he screamed terribly and his face was all twisted in agony. He made this unimaginable sound, he was screaming so horribly. But then finally he stopped. This was all in a day’s work for the surgeons, but it really left an impression on me because it was my first time.”

Finally, the old man, who insisted on anonymity, explained the reason for the vivisection: The prisoner, who was Chinese, had been deliberately infected with the plague, as part of a research project, the full horror of which is only now emerging, to develop plague bombs for use in World War II. After infecting him, the researchers decided to cut him open to see what the disease does to a man’s inside.

“I could never again wear a white smock,” says Dr. Toshio Tono, dressed in a white running jacket at his hospital and recalling events of 50 years ago. “It’s because the prisoners thought that we were doctors, since they could see the white smocks, that they didn’t struggle. They never dreamed they would be dissected.”

Why did all of this happen? Strangely enough, by logic. Pure logic. The reasoning was as follows:

  • Japanese officials were amazed that germ / biological warfare had been banned by the Geneva Protocol in 1925. If it was so hideous, terrifying and deadly that it had to be banned, then it must make a great weapon.
  • In war, you have to win. Winning is all that matters. The losers can’t punish you for how you won. Look at the US using nuclear bombs on civilian centers of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. If the US had lost the war you better believe they would have been tried for war crimes.

A great article about Unit 731


15 Responses to “Live Human Experimentation on Biological Warfare – Unit 731”

  1. son_of_ottie August 3, 2006 at 4:35 pm #

    Yeah, our government has been at this terrible behavior for a long time. We don’t wanna think they could do this sort of thing but they will. It’s incredibly despicable. And it’s begun to bite us all in the ass, hasn’t it? Osama bin Laden is who he is precisely because of our country’s covert anti-Russian involvement in Afghanistan!
    So in a way, Ronald Reagan is responsible for 9/11.

    • bboyneko August 3, 2006 at 4:39 pm #

      that’s very true.

      • son_of_ottie August 3, 2006 at 4:55 pm #

        I don’t wanna drag this thread into a tangent but I will say I think it’s well beyond time we stopped trying to rule the world and started curing the ills of our own society. If everyone in an oil country wants to kill everyone else in another oil country then that’s their business. We need solar energy and we need to end homelessness, and to stay out of adult’s bedrooms and closets (and barns for THAT matter).
        You know what I mean.

      • bboyneko August 3, 2006 at 7:57 pm #

        Homelessnes ends when the state starts paying to house them in mental facilities and care for them. The vast majority of homeless people are not there because they are bankrupt or can’t afford housing but because they are seriously mentally ill.

      • son_of_ottie August 3, 2006 at 8:41 pm #

        Again, you speak truth. Damn NAZI! (hehehe)
        Seriously, they closed the mental hospital in my hometown of Indianapolis and…..I just do not understand the logic or humanitarian goals of that kind of action.
        Maybe we should just stop spending money on ill persons and other quality of life issues and just kill people on foreign shores. Wait. That IS our foreign policy.
        And this administration is FULL of CHRISTIANS!?!? Why doesn’t the press print truths? Maybe it’s gotta be folks like us, Dan.
        Allah knows, you do your bit to try and wake people up! Why is it almost exclusively you and I having a dialogue here? How do we get our discontent to the masses? MYSPACE???

      • ermamo August 3, 2006 at 8:59 pm #

        The average American does not want to hear this shit because it means their world is not perfect. You can talk or scream all you want, but they won’t listen.
        ha – my friend on LiveJournal wanted to know who Dan was when I added him to my friend list, so I told her to check out his posts. She came back a few days later and said she “tried to read some of his posts, but it sounded way too serious and smart and heavy and shit.” wtf?

      • bboyneko August 3, 2006 at 9:25 pm #

        Sorry I’ll begin writing about American Idol and about how I hate my job and about this totally rude guy at the supermarket and about how my cat puked up a half eaten rat or I’ll just post lyrics to songs.

      • ermamo August 3, 2006 at 9:29 pm #

        Don’t get too “wordy” – they still might not be able to understand! Maybe use more pretty pictures?

      • bboyneko August 3, 2006 at 10:56 pm #

        here i’ll practise:
        uuuhhh..duhhh… *drool*


      • ermamo August 6, 2006 at 12:18 am #

        like oh my god – that is the cutest picture i have ever seen! I WANT ONE! duh, drool, scratches ass, applies more make up.

      • _oddity August 4, 2006 at 6:58 pm #

        ahahahh youre funny
        i guess you dont read my posts then.
        althought i dont think ive ever written about my cats puke.

      • bboyneko August 4, 2006 at 11:05 pm #

        yes i do but you dont write very often 😦

  2. troh23 August 4, 2006 at 3:09 pm #

    sometimes it becomes so evident that we’re just a bunch of monkeys.

  3. Anonymous August 11, 2006 at 11:12 pm #

    Dr. Death
    Dr. Death that worked for the Nazi’s was actually Dr. Josef Mengela. A very brutal doctor experimenting on hundreds of thousands during the War. He was also known as the “Angel of Death.”

    • bboyneko August 12, 2006 at 1:55 am #

      Re: Dr. Death
      Dr. Aribert Heim was known as “Dr. Death” . Dr Josef Mengela was “the angel of death”. Very similair nicknames but two different people. I am well aware of the difference. Nothing I wrote in my blog entry was incorrect regarding Aribert Heim.

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