posted on Jul, 21 2011 @ 02:44 AM
In my late teens I heard about this unit and the crimes they carried out on fellow humans, it made me sick. Sadly the only way I came across this
information was the movie "Man behind the sun" (poorly done by today's standards but based on the event, it is a must-see.) Philosophy of a Knife is
more of a documentary of the horrid ordeal. I am sure these titles have been pointed out by now, sorry I haven't dug through the whole thread (busy
with this 8.3.11 dookie)
What really bothered me was that my old man had never heard of the story.. He is a war history buff, yet when I tried to explain this whole situation
he just said "oh yea?" like I read it in a news tabloid.
I'd ask "What if the information acquired in these tests saved your life some day?", but who in the hell is going to survive any of these situations,
they do not help people, only tell them where the limit is.
The people behind all this went too far in an obvious psychotic nature, they deserve much worse than they were given. It is times like this where I
hope there is a consequential afterlife, put them through everything they did... twice. Of course the government gave in for the test results... I
just bet they wish they had more photographs, sick bastards.
edit on 21-7-2011 by cryolite because: a spelling error
21-7-2011 by cryolite because: (no reason given)