I watched a show last nite on the history channel about unit 731 of the Japanese army during WW2. They were the unit who handled chemical and biological warfare, here is a link that shows the depth of their atrocities…
It seems the American government wanted their research more than they wanted to try them for war crimes. So they let them walk in exchange for the research. My question is…Is this a good thing? Should the government look the other way just to take advantage of “freebies” like this? In my opinion it sucks, puts us in bed with those monsters. Your thoughts?
If you can’t convince them, confuse them.
Harry S. Truman