Skip to comments.Human Starvation Experiments by UNIT 731 of the Japanese Imperial Army (Scientific Results)
Posted on 03/30/2005 7:30:24 PM PST by AmericanInTokyo
IMPERIAL JAPANESE CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY: Witness Account "C" Test How Long a Human Being Could Survive With Just Water and Biscuits
Imperial Japanese Medical Orderly Ishibashi witnessed:
(Translation) "I saw the malnutrition experiments. They were conducted by the project team under the technician Yoshimura. He was a civilian project team under the technician Yoshimura. He was a civilian member of Unit 731. The purpose of the experiments, I believe, was to find out how long a human being could survive just with water and biscuits. Two individuals were used for this experiment. They continuously circled a prescribed course within the grounds of the Unit 731 carrying, approximately, a 20-kilogram sandbag on their backs. One succumbed before the other, but they both ultimately died. The duration of the experiment was about two months. They only received Army biscuits to eat, and water to drink, so they would not have been able to survive for very long. They weren't allowed a lot of sleep either."
Men, women, and children who became experiment prisoners were mummified alive in total dehydration experiments. They sweated to death under the heat of hot dry fans. At death, their corpses weighed only one-fifth of their normal body weights. Others were electrocuted or boiled alive. "
"Other experiments were not related to germ warfare per se, but transpired so that the doctors could learn more about how humans live and die. These included studies of dehydration, starvation, frostbite, air pressure - some inmates had their eyes blown out - transfusions of animal blood to humans and others.
"Marutas (Chinese inmates imprisoned in the medical facility by the Japanese Army) were denied food or water to determine the maximum length of survival, or mummified alive in total dehydration experiments."
Here is a book they would also enjoy:
Sheesh. In one Japanese sadistic medical experiment, the two innocent victims were given even more nutritional sustenance than Terri Schiavo is currently being given, pushed to the limit of human survival.
May God Have Mercy on our Republic. The Republic which defeated Japanese atrocities such as these.
Yous guys, too. Ping
Actually, I understand that medical researchers still refer to both the Japanese and the German experiments on humans. God willing they'll never be recreated, but so long as the data is there we may as well use it.
If you're wondering why people call the Japanese sub-human, here's why.
I haven't read the article but I'm assuming the people starved had cognitive abilities and weren't PVS. Let's compare apples and oranges some more, shall we.
I am surprised they did not have the foresight to view this humans as "nonpersons" like some of our medical medical ghouls are suggesting we do with patients like Terri. Take the organs while the patient lives--- This entire situation is so sick and depraved.
You better watch it, the "Randroids" and "Inspector Girard" law uber alles crowd will accuse you of hyperbole. B-P
This is about starvation and experiments and cruelty...Terri Schiavo...and how, if we as a society are not careful, we will have to end up apologizing to Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan (even though their leaders are in the grave) for fighting against them because of our abhorrence against their principles, at the time, which we vanquished supposedly for all time.
Maybe I should just get over it, but stuff like this is why I would rather buy an American brand for a vehicle.
"Some people are more equal than others"
Oh, believe you me, the satanic men in Unit 751 and other "experimentation units" classified them as non-persons alright. Otherwise, how could you kill them? The terminology used was not "shujin" (prisoner), or even "chugokujin" (Chinese), but rather--get this (it's sick), as "maruta" (logs).
Hell, some peoples' front lawns are more equal than other people.
The way they all do it, it has a creepy, DNC blast-fax kind of feel to it.
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