Unit 731 also has a “Demon Brother”

   The notorious Unit 731 has committed numerous crimes, but few people know that there is also a “devil” by its side – the 100th Unit of the Japanese Invaders, which claims to be researching animal diseases, but is actually developing bacterial weapons, and even carried out Human vivisection experiments. Today, more and more research results gradually reveal the true face of this unit and the hidden evil facts.
   In Kanagawa Prefecture, Yokohama, Japan, a local activity was recently held to expose the crimes of the Japanese invaders in bacteriological warfare. The keynote speaker, Professor Xiaohe Takashi, told the more than 500 Japanese people present about the “devil brother” of the 731st Unit of the Japanese invaders (referred to as Unit 731), the 100th Unit, the research and implementation of bacteriological warfare in China. Kogawa Takaya is a former professor of veterinary medicine at the Japan University of Veterinary Life Sciences. By chance, he came into contact with the relevant situation of the 100th unit of the Japanese invasion of China.
   In August 1936, according to the order of the Japanese Army General Staff, the “Kwantung Army Epidemic Prevention Water Supply Unit” and the “Kwantung Army Military Horse Epidemic Prevention Plant” were established. Since then, the two units have used the designations “Unit 731” and “Unit 100” respectively. The 100th unit claims to study animal diseases. In fact, it has the same functions as the 731th unit, such as the development of bacterial weapons, and even carried out human vivisection experiments. “Relevant information from Japan shows that in 1939, Ma Zhengke from the Army shipped research equipment with an amount equivalent to 100 million yen today. Since then, comprehensive bacterial warfare research work has been started.”
   Xiaohe said, the 100th The bacteria that the troops mainly researched and cultivated were the bacteria pseudomallei and anthrax, which can be contagious between humans and animals, and conducted experiments on dissemination. “The 100th Unit used low-altitude aircraft to spread bacteria to livestock. There is evidence that many sheep and cattle died in the experiment.” Xiaohe Takao said that the 100th Unit used military horses as a guise for epidemic prevention, and the Japanese right-wing forces deliberately concealed it after the war. Its crimes are not as well known to the world as Unit 731. However, the evidence is overwhelming, and the crime cannot be hidden forever. Xiaohe said: “To cover up Japan’s war responsibilities by falsifying or falsifying facts is actually distorting history, but historical facts cannot be distorted. No matter how distorted it is, I will use the facts to fight back. I hope Japan can learn from the past. Learn from the past and don’t repeat it.”

   Before the Ukrainian army receives more Western weapons and completes more troops training enough to launch a strategic counteroffensive, attacking this place may be the last window for Russia to win. If this window cannot be grasped, it is estimated that the Russian army will only become more and more passive in Ukraine from now on.
   If Russia wants to drag Ukraine into negotiations as soon as possible and achieve a decisive victory, the next step should not continue to launch the offensive in the Donbass, but turn to attack the important town of Kharkiv in northern Ukraine. This battle may become the decision of the Russia-Ukraine war The battle – here is the throat of Ukraine today. As Ukraine’s second largest city and ancient capital, Kharkiv’s political influence is huge. If the Russian army really captures it, it will be more effective than occupying the Donbass to force the Ukrainian side to the negotiating table.
   Russia has recently improved the combat mode in the operations in the Donbass area, and achieved certain results by adopting a method of going hand in hand and crushing firepower. However, because the Ukrainian army had pre-established fortifications in the combat area, fought tenaciously, and often had tactical counterattacks, this victory could be said to be costly. At the last moment of the Battle of Lisichansk, the Ukrainian army did not engage in a desperate street battle, but quickly withdrew its troops to the second-line fortifications, so the victory of the Russian army had not yet achieved a decisive effect, and the two sides were still on the front line of Donbas. confrontation. With the arrival of the Haimas rocket system provided by the United States and the abandonment of Snake Island, an important Black Sea stronghold by the Russian army, some people are already discussing the issue of Ukraine’s counter-offensive. However, if you are familiar with the situation on the Russian-Ukrainian frontline, you will understand that due to insufficient equipment and the need for personnel training, it is too early for Ukraine to talk about a counteroffensive. Russia is undoubtedly still the party that occupies the initiative on the current battlefield.
   For various reasons, the result that Russia needs at present is closer to a quick solution, while Ukraine, with the support of the West, is more inclined to a protracted war. With the gradual arrival of Western reinforcements to Ukraine, it is not easy for the Russian army to maintain an offensive posture in Ukraine for a long time. They must seize the current short offensive window to give Ukraine a fatal blow, and it is possible to realize the so-called “special military operation” the purpose of the campaign. This slap in the throat must shake Ukrainian society more than Severo-Donetsk and Lysichansk.

   For a long time, there have been endless calls for the reform of the military service system in South Korea. As scandals such as Korean stars escaping military service have continued to ferment recently, the topic of reform of the country’s military service system has become hot again. South Korea is one of the few developed countries in the world that implements compulsory compulsory military service. The South Korean constitution stipulates that “all citizens are obliged to perform military service”. South Korea’s “Military Service Law” clearly states that eligible men between the ages of 18 and 35 should perform military service obligations.
   South Korea’s current military service system dates back to the Korean War. At first, South Korea, which had just been established with the support of the United States, planned to implement the national compulsory military service system in the face of the separation of the North and the South of the peninsula and the severe security situation in the surrounding area. Soon after, the Korean War broke out. In order to supplement the lost and scattered troops, South Korea revised the “Military Service Law” in 1951 and reintroduced the compulsory military service system. The United States not only did not impose restrictions on this, but instead lifted the quota of 100,000 troops from South Korea, which rapidly expanded its scale to more than 600,000 before the end of the war.
   For a long time, South Korea has maintained a large-scale military force, and its national military service ratio is high, the time is long, and the burden is heavy. As of November 1, 2021, South Korea’s total population is 51.738 million, ranking 28th in the world, but its active military personnel ranks 6th in the world in recent years. There are five types of military service in South Korea: active service, reserve service, supplementary military service, and first and second national military service. Generally speaking, Korean men cannot complete all military service until they are 40 years old. The service period of different historical periods and different branches of the military is also different. For example, during the Park Chung-hee military government, the service period once reached the longest 36 months in history. Because the navy and air force are more technical, the service period is relatively longer.
   Although the measures proposed by the Moon Jae-in government to reduce the size of the military and shorten the duration of military service have responded to national concerns to a certain extent, the South Korean military service system still faces many problems. The problem of shortage of troops is highlighted. In recent years, South Korea’s birth rate has continued to decline, and will experience negative growth for the first time in 2021. At the same time, the number of elderly people over the age of 65 has increased to 8.71 million, accounting for 1/6 of the total population. The problem of shortage of soldiers has become increasingly prominent. Benefits are not attractive enough. Compared with Japan, in recent years, South Korea has maintained an army equivalent to 2.5 times the size of the Japanese Self-Defense Force with a share of 80% to 90% of Japan’s defense spending.

   On August 1, local time, U.S. President Biden announced that Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed by a U.S. drone in Kabul, Afghanistan. Although it has been more than half a month, al-Zawahiri’s death is like a “public opinion bomb”, which continues to trigger extensive discussions in the public opinion circles on the legality of the US move and the future prospects of al Qaeda.
   Many American media questioned the US military’s “targeted removal” of al-Zawahiri. The report said that since the Biden administration came to power, it has always claimed to “consolidate the rules based on the international order”, but the killing of al-Zawahiri is a violation of other countries’ airspace and sovereignty. “We see this as an act of aggression,” said Craig Martin, a professor at the University of Washington. Adil Hacker, a law professor at Rutgers University, said that in recent years, al Qaeda has not launched large-scale attacks on US targets. Even in Afghanistan, the group is not considered a major threat, and the US approach is clearly unfounded.
   American media pointed out that before the “9.11” incident, the United States was quite critical of the practice of other countries’ frequent “targeted removal” of important target personnel. After the “9.11” incident, the attitude of the United States towards “targeted killings” has changed, and this method is often used to strike the leaders of terrorist organizations. Some critics in the United States believe that the US military’s move has caused innocent casualties. It is reported that the US military killed at least 18 Pakistani civilians by mistake in an attempted “targeted removal” operation against al-Zawahiri. Because of this, Biden specifically emphasized when he released the news that the killing of Zawahiri did not hurt his family and caused no civilian casualties.
   CNN said the killing of al-Zawahiri may go some way to erasing the “painful memory” of the hurried U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan a year ago, as the anniversary of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan approaches. However, with the negative impact of months of high inflation and the possibility of a recession in the U.S. economy, this action will not change the fate of Democrats in the November midterm elections, and the beheading of the leader of a terrorist organization has not brought the rich political rewards that it has in the past. .

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