Wednesday, March 17, 2010

North Korea And U.S. Biological Warfare

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Today, AL-Jazeera TV launched a special report on U.S. biological warfare in 1952, during the war against North Korea. A special investigation led by Professor Mori Masataka, a leading Japanese biochemist, showed evidence that the U.S. once used infected insects in order to spread contagious diseases like typhoid fever and anthrax among the population of North Korea. As there are still official U.S. documents withheld from the public, it is not possible to deliver the final prove of U.S. war crimes during the Korean War, but evidence has become strong enough to partly understand North Korean resentment against any U.S. interference when it comes to reach an agreement on the nuclear weapons issue. While the Pentagon is still speaking of a long-living propaganda lie "that refuses to die", it is now clear that U.S. military at Fort Detrick (Maryland) employed Japanese specialists of biological warfare who had already become notorious for their atrocities against Chinese citizens during the Japanese occupation of China in World War II. Most interesting:

Kenneth Enoch, a former navigator on board of a B26-bombing machine, recently admitted having dropped "special bombs" on the disputed area, thus adding another version to what he had told to and written down for his Chinese and Korean investigators as a prisoner of war, after his plane had crashed over North Korea. Back in the U.S.A., however, he publicly denied everything confessed before after having been warned by U.S. military that he might otherwise be charged for treason under martial law. Now at the age of retirement, he finally confirmed that there was some "security fuss" about the bombs they dropped and that nobody of the crew should speak about the special character of that mission over North Korea.

Al-Jazeera Special (March 17, 2010)
(download of 22 minutes flv-file)


有名的生物化学教授Masataka Mori表示:

The following text is an excerpt from the autobiography of Pu Yi, the last emperor of China, and is recalling his time as a war criminal which he spent in a so-called reeducation camp near Harbin, Manchuria. It was there that he learned about the Korean War. Not yet fully "reeducated", he hoped for U.S. help like many other prisoners of war, yet fearing communist punishment as well as U.S. bombardment which seemed to have come very close to that region.

This text has been chosen to prove how U.S. bombardment of, both, North Korea and China's border provinces once moved the people who had to live there in the early 1950s. As we all know, the so-called Korean War was nothing but a war by proxy where the newly founded People's Republic of China, "just another evil communist state", opposed the United States of America, "that jewel of democracy and herald of the free market".

… 我总认为自己不死于中国人之手,就得

I had come to believe that I might not die from the hands of Chinese people but rather during bombardment by U.S. planes. ...


As the joint armies of China and Korea drove all U.S. troops back towards the 38th degree [demarcation line], all of us [war criminals] still remained full of doubt. ...

一天半夜,… 我认为这必是美国军队逼近了

One day, in the middle of the night,...[as there was much noise and confusion with the camp's iron gate being opened and many people running about]..., I considered this should be related to U.S. army units pressing towards Harbin while the Communist Party would finally put their hands on us. ...

[After that night, where a member of the prison staff had unexpectedly died from an acute disease, a high-ranking official held a speech in front of the prisoners to clarify what the Communist Party of China had planned for them.]

… 他代表政府明确地告诉我们,人民政府并不想

On behalf of the government, he made it clear to us that the people's government did not intend to order us being killed. Yet, we should undergo a process of learning how to examine ourselves which would finally reform [our way of thinking]. ...


"As far as it concerns the Korean War, you have many strange ideas on your minds. There are some who might think the [Chinese] volunteers' army could, by no means, beat U.S. troops while U.S. units are able, without any doubt, to make incursions into Dongbei [province]. And therefore you fear, the Communist Party would kill you in advance." ...

“… 我可以明确地告诉你们:中朝人民一定会

... "I can definitely tell you: Both, the Chinese and Korean people are able, without any doubt, to defeat U.S. imperialism. As well, the policy of reeducating war criminals on behalf of China's Communist Party will be successful without any doubt." ...

All text in brackets is either a shortcut of some less important sentence or a clarifying annotation, while all citations in Chinese have been meticulously translated from the Chinese original into English by Ulysses / W.W.

Looking for additional material on the web, I found another video on this subject. This should be the first Chinese response to U.S. biological warfare against North Korea and China during the Korean War. It was launched by CCTV in July 2009 when a series of brandnew articles on that item appeared in different Chinese media.


Dallas said...

Total BS. At least get the science consistent. Typhoid is a bacterial disease that is transmitted by fecal/oral transmission. Not a suitable disease for biological warfare.

Inconsistent science provides proof that the whole thing is North Korea bullshit.

Dallas said...

Total BS. At least get the science consistent. Typhoid is a bacterial disease that is transmitted by fecal/oral transmission. Not a suitable disease for biological warfare.

Inconsistent science provides proof that the whole thing is North Korea bullshit.