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is brainchild, a metal, plastic lunatic to get a bit more my good good. you can build that up. how did serial not building up? so i wish i could build a pitch with aah! bombs packed with deadly bacteria. were meant to be dropped on soviet cities. o june 21st 1945 victorious soldiers marched across red square with many of those present with martial vassilyevski, as their leader would be re deployed to the far east, immediately after the victory parade. ah
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you fornia the meal of one of those in your service, cassius? yes. near cheerfulness ticket. i sent you a young man. you circum gather your poignant preceding years, but gagging your money issue so young. but me how you super litski is a medical call, colonel and military historian who researches the history development and use of chemical and biological weapons. he's also studied the checkered history of japanese russian relations in dearborn universe. i usually can give money and we were to say years ago, sasha, vedic of a thing in with only will se is a question. yelton's given a solution. it's a restriction away and i have questions to look and use ah, on august the 6th and 9th 1945 american pilots dropped atomic bombs on the civilian
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populations of hiroshima and nagasaki. sheesh. and on august, the 9th soviet troops launched a massive offensive against the 1500000 strong quantum army. the manchurian operation has no match in military history. the red army defeated the quinton army in just 10 days. on august the 19th its commander in chief, otto yamato, 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. ah,
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after the start of the red armies military operation, the unit $731.10 were completely liquidated. as per my old of the soviet armies, swift advanced, deprived us of the possibility of employing a biological weapon against the u. s. as off or other countries tribunal transcript commander in chief of the japanese quinton abbey, yamato auto. g o. e. she was in a hurry. the red army was advancing too quickly and he didn't want to be captured by russians. prisoners were killed and their bodies destroyed. personnel and valuables were relocated. anything they had to leave behind was burned. most of the facilities were blown up.
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on august the 19th, 1945, the 1st soviet troops entered the city of hobbin. mm . ah, the 731 camp had already been blown up and all the most important materials removed . but there were still traces of their crimes. soviet troops found ample evidence of the biological warfare units, activities. several unit, 731 personnel were captured along with the quantum army commander in chief and senior military medical service officers. meanwhile, general is he made contact with the americans.
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american us via the army thought a huge to this memorial. now's i to the dial. more doable to wash tele dominey salt away. ni, a kink. you date out the aqua o already gone you? i thought this didn't. ah, and that wasn't the 1st time the pentagon and also sheltered several german fascist . the removal of nazi criminals from the country was code named operation paperclip . it were thousands overall by one estimate as many as 10000. not just the scientist, the scientists totaled about 1600 or more. but there were also concentration camp guards from low to medium levels. there were even carboned dance at concentration camps or who in eastern europe, nazis really of all stripes,
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from scientists to spies who worked for the cia. ah eric little blow, an american journalist and pulitzer prize winner wrote the nazis next door, a book revealing the harrowing story of how america became a safe haven for thousands of notes and criminals. 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 are just to feed it. we are just gone to war. we had lost just lost on hundreds of thousands of men in battle and then allowed the them in despite their obvious ties to, to war crimes and persecution that that is a blot in american history. so japan's active surrender was formerly signed on september. the 2nd 1945 in tokyo obeyed the bold, the american battleship. u, as,
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as missouri representing the soviet union general did of general also signed the surrender documentable on the u. s. s. missouri general macarthur and admiral nimitz signed on behalf of the usa. the tokyo tribunal soon follows the trial of japanese war criminals. america behaved as if it owned the courtroom after all, japan was in its hands. me hoa, america unless she hi norma, tanya. let her good nearer amaica ganga donna summer. nealon de la cruz. okay. american gar. debra new and you ah
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ah, the took you tribunal began on may the 3rd 1946. by this time, churchill had already delivered his sinew as of peace speech that heralded the cold war. and in the tokyo tribunal became an arena, revealed confrontation between the u. s. great britain and the u. s. s. l u s. representatives refused to review the topic of unit 7. 31 ended detachments despite soviet demands. the whereabouts of the unit 731 leaders are unknown to us. there are no grounds for charging the unit with wall crimes. cold war and there was a stream of documents and data by unit 731 that went to 2 military bases in the united
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states to fort dugway in utah and to fort dietrich and maryland, which to this day remains the headquarters ah, for the usaa biological weapons command. the will biologists, doctors, medical students, adolescents who had nothing to do with medicine employed at unit 731, about 3600 people in total, including maintenance stuff but only 12 men faced trial. and how about us go through still to new others? they can kunal sake of i. e d divided by the t. good. okay. this the signal came q in osaka, which side of june the whole the if dr. through them in thin phone oatmeal, towana santo honda, this walk on line there. so got in the kink,
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your data always cycle johnny. of course they, he mutational, ah, sure you, she visited fort detrick's usa main military lab, biological weapons, research and testing on humans continued in writing, thirty's and forty's, and fifty's. ah, the american military government and medical community experimented on the black population using syphilis and sexually transmitted diseases infecting them with these diseases in order to develop vaccinations and medicines to immunize them. all of these were used and the prisoner populations, the black populations and the mentally retarded populations largely before 964, which men quickly outlawed them. in 1950 the korean war. again,
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america deployed for my unit 731 directors shuttle you. she and my subject dano, both doctors of medicine and both already promoted to the rank of lieutenant general in the imperial japanese army. bombs, packed with toxic payloads were dropped on korean villages. from nagasaki, hiroshima, korea, vietnam, ah, in different areas of the world, from the different times of war, united states as engaged in all sorts of warfare, biological warfare, nuclear war warfare. the united states did ratify in 1972 convention on biological weapons. but in 2001 declined to sign the document known to experts as the protocol the community below go play view. she is doing and
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she said beautiful katasha tennis, but there's a reason slash can you please what's the, what's the 1000000 disclosures on there? so i meant to billing in, oh, course after 40 years of fed interventionism by simply expanding and pretending and printing a lot of money. they got into this cargo called, you'd call it mentality where simply waving a flag, you know, that essentially printing more money is going to make all the problems disappear. meanwhile, politically, what we've seen in america is really remarkable. the, the liberal left and their co hearts and the media. even though that this policy is causing credible to human suffering in america, they effectively marginalize those people as quote, deplorable and really made scapegoats of the victims of j. powell. and they've often said that this is a victimless crime, money printing and extortion that's practice at the fed. and yet i look at those
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90000 debt american last year from opiate overdose. i'd say j pal, you've got blood on your hands because that's a direct result of mal investment, money printing, and rogue economics that you're practicing as a charlatan. ah, and with along with the toyota, please. sure. it's under which wire complete. it's in the new quote. researchable
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homelessness can nissan league shall i talk with ah, rather it is impossible to undertake any inspection of bio lab set up by the pentagon near russia and former soviet republics as required by the defense threat reduction agency kits claimed that the labs for medical purposes, but there financed by the us defense budget, raising valid concerns that their activities are not just medical but military blue. the luger laboratory,
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georgia is one example. but the labradoodle, dwayne lorna's machine, julius foreman, minister of state security, lieutenant general. george gutsy is talking about reliable documents that fell into his hands. new martial new wizard. but those are in are as me surely unless site yet. but then there. so you know, next that omitted in that silly debt is jelly got older and when you cook, use us so mystique, us lee chip, them, process of wesley was then you might is did the thrashing him was plus 20 b d. me such him of us must say to labounty into sleuth, sir, but then the map this below the lift that thing the a but up but it must match in let us we linea was looking on a drunken ass. yacoma left, judy tory, but i few castilian than you see any more smear kill noah or rumor. sinay mention is that throughout them that ship the company did not say though, go the siding duka, but at least it smells
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t. what stevie wedding did bit. sheila smith to new stano little cock whispered cellular to which the balloon or one of us will. mira owns dis, worst you switching new title of see what it does show chesnut. the good a bit that it's, it's smith, j o goes 3, not city, nor those was i seemed to sit eve is the comment of dos. don't we? we didn't. nick, i bazaars teaching this woke up would thing and you pray score. did the records show that the had been 181 deaths left in a general, yoga, etc, has appealed to the u. s. president, donald trump, to a 100 named advocacy groups and different humanitarian organizations in the west that has received no response. ah, there are also many questions concerning biological labs in ukraine. there are at least 13. there are 3 involve 3 in key of and others in odessa,
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vin itself, which garad her son to no pill. and harker. ultimately, if there was a conflict or a war with russia, ukraine would be among the 1st ah, platforms to initiate hostilities through local residents have reported unusual infection outbreaks near american labs. one example is a facility near cove social activist survey ma say of the worked and how come when the lamb opened complaint several times to ukrainian authorities at the request of local residence. critical go blessed if bully stanley, which is soonest whiskey. but jimmy agreed, but log with the quick magic godsig reba i got the rebel ocean possibly isn't emerging merrill at new money? no g as the other they will in it is diesel as to about putting media. ah,
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one is suspected to have been running experiments on takes it still takes are infected with zeke of virus, west nile fever, dingey fever, and other equally dangerous pathogens, and then released into their natural habitat. neither ukraine nor the u. s. have denied that the pentagon is linked to bio labs in the country. ah, ah. since 2018 under road number 928, 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 aren't very expensive. i mean,
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it's a lot cheaper and easier to conduct that kind of research in countries where lives are of low of 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 were wor, dial to strategic plans for defeating russia. ukraine was rich with oil and it was always i'd as a natural resource ah, area that could be utilized, must've decreased its plumber to won't be was, would have to miss them. redo it. when could could do it wasn't going to be a terry's squished as if i would have simply raised. but then you really to nurse jennings conquest as a bonus. a is within my new context of people that i was getting when you, when you, but dumb it in your skirts. it's impossible to monitor the labs activities fully.
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even though america says their doors are always open. at the yest, expertise a most depressed epoch beneath them doesn't. because i'd say if have got thorazine group into stomach ethan yet you're me skirt literally spits ellis thick atoria wedlock to dust. which is that area is regina the worst, a thumb place hoarded today the u. s has bio labs in many different countries of the world. in 2017, the u. s. 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 bo downey spokesman for the u. s. air education and training command. the pentagon needs to collect russian bio material to continue in
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musculoskeletal system research. ria, novelty. why they wanted russian data remains unclear, and there was no assurance that it wasn't to help create a bio weapons. no syrup or associates cases, years hiscock, were serious abuse to came retail it or american senior. they. yes. next. should we enter on youth issues in the case of us? oh, should oh, you see, and most of his associates were never punished for their terrific crimes. many opened their own clinics in japan and even one awards shoe. i knew that they're not a new home. i'll quit our mrs. acting men dying stomach. could her not say that you got the got a you at the lang ah bony 12 defendants pleaded guilty. the court sentence to general the armada gadget suca takahashi and co ashima to 25 year
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prison terms. other officers were given 15 to 20 years and the lower ranks from 2 to 10 years ago. more fierce most she wound she'll the killer one okey doke without the auditors loose corny canary the sheet organ or what is that not a site with a okay. the wall a how can each cray union north kalakaua also killed one of the master salo, pause a little bit low chalk with him. it's got the ratio of the car on medic, unless you go to court thought to short sketch the mirror door, a g to the article to watch with our night without a wander scalable. a famous japanese author said she more and more published his book, in which with a heavy heart he analyzed everything that unit 731 had done. that was the 1st time the japanese public had learned the shocking truth. okamuro horshal were
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positive debtor. could her mother cannot articles and laws she has had it and i and she said, you saw u. k. k or stop retained, touchable, confidential with it. so sharon kosta, how you are in natalie dialogue with a arkansas kink your study de soto psychology. so what are your course? that is a 100 then yawned in a minute. a jigsaw show. gosh, they all are morons and all. so she yoni g e r, or kicked in there's a special folk wire in japan. among other pieces of music, the group performs a choral sweet and titled repentance by chena chiro, a k. me, a composition based on modern morris novel, the devil's gluttony. see we're 0 one more than i only. so
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sharon called is this if we're also la amato they want, is there a policy mean naulty they said oh more toys euro midday g. it's or hurry. of course your and the esa mailed to her out into alice chorus would've put the ah so it was i am i going to get over to when you're not alone and i shut the jubilee. a still small, no unknown with gushy. yet the hun dial houses denied this
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demo. but not sure. each to look at the mess with us. you are non us, i g, but then again, just so mid them us color like on i could have she, me could on like a day he going yet, but still no cool. so you still at the sher meet them us? mm mm hm. i'm a real, honest, honest, the victims of the japanese built to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the end of that will. uhm, people who want peace, gather the ceremonies to morning and come with
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the war is to blame. say the japanese people. he come to me last loved ones. mm mm. the sca b e t t e r mm mm
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mm ah, ah, francis mc chrome recently said quote, the europeans must stop being naive when we are under pressure from powers which at times harden their stance. we need to react and show we have the power and capacity to defend ourselves. bold words, but does europe have the political will to actually defend itself? well that makes no sense, you know borderline nationalities and new fresh as a merge. we don't have with the we don't have a vaccine,
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whole world leads to take action and be ready. people are judgment, common crisis with we can do better, we should be better. everyone is contributing each in their own way, but we also know that this crisis will not go on forever. the challenge is great. the response has been massive. so many good people are helping us. it makes us feel very proud that we are in it together with oh, the lack of universal health care makes america the country of every man for himself . we have a retirement crisis in this country and we have a health care crisis for seniors in this country. as well, so private business has come up with a special mechanism for that. it's called the life settlement market. we are
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a life settlement provider, which means that we buy life insurance policies from primarily seniors throughout the united states who are no longer want or can afford their life insurance policies. if you're sick and for the want to live a few more years, you consillio life insurance that way you get more money right away and the company collects your insurance payment off to your death another. there's a group of people out there, i guess, hoping that people die soon. what kind of motivation is i give them? when i start crying about him dying? that's usually what it's about as just the sheer unfairness of it. all. these are the full people who pulled the trigger. her 5, something on survival. one is the hardest things that i had to face was not having a face at
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a low expectation to life. i accepted the accept the fact that i made that it's weren't. we had no fears, jell change pretty fast for shots. different stories behind the bullets. ah, gas prices in europe hit a new record with the german government wanting people to prepare for a close to freezing month. meanwhile, the countries energy regulators yet to granted operating license to the now fully completed non stream 2 gas pipeline. wow, a hit by wave of anti lockdown rallies. australia sees a rise in cases of alleged police brutality against protectors and the white house. the classifies a report revealing it suspected for years that the mystery surround supposedly attacking us government stop abroad would not unknown russia weapons,
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