The Death Railway That Killed 100,000 | Moving Half The Mountain | Timeline

published on June 29, 2020

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in the jungles of Thailand and Burma a

railway was constructed at the cost of

thousands of human lives people used to

say to me old who say oh you know you

fancy you buying a Japanese car or

buying a Japanese television or

something like that I know you thought

that was a load of nonsense because that

didn't make any difference

yeah kids like oh that's Kevin a hmm

Seto I am a rule though huh so you gotta

watch it tiny

still I can I not at all oh my my style

I sorry thank you I had worst nightmare

Teddy's know what's sub t odd years

after the year is 1941 and Japanese

forces sweep through Southeast Asia

crushing all resistance

their ultimate goal to take the jewel in

the crown of the British Empire India

the Imperial Army's biggest problem is

moving supplies through the treacherous

terrain of Thailand and Burma a train

track will be their answer to be built

by prisoners of war it'll become known

as the death railway my original group

was 1700 strong by the time that the

railway was finished there any 400 left

[Music]

the Second World War has been raging

across Europe for several years now and

is not going the Allies way setback

follows setback in the Far East

Germany's Ally Japan attacks US forces

at Pearl Harbor invades territories

across the Pacific and is now advancing

towards Malaya and the impregnable

British fortress of Singapore thousands

of British and Australian troops are

sent to defend the colony for many this

will be the defining moment of their

lives people ask me how is it that you

reach the age of a hundred I said so

many times I have just missed death this

has happened to be so often and I said

it's so much of my life it's been luck I

don't feel old I don't want to feel old

but I think the Posterous when I

suddenly you have a 93rd birthday this

is crazy but so yeah it is just a life

it's for enriched instant and I love it

you know see so – I mean honestly you

don't know you're naked okarito moisture

9 UNESCO chatter – yo Modi today me

I had never spoken about it

a part of it was my family but never

really there's a sort of certain point

where you don't want to talk about him

he might know cake anymore because

Negara yo they were using me like yo

Michelle is that Tony no secret sauce

there cuz they need to know he returned

you know she knows I said so

stay tight all ningún stillness

[Music]

the Japanese I supposed only about 100k

up the Malaysia from Singapore when we

got there they were dropping bombs on

the docks they killed a lot of people in

the shipping and came in and doctor full

of people trying to get away with

absolutely tragic

we were the last ship in the convoy it

was about 11 o'clock in the morning when

we were going in there and a flight that

bombers come over field off one at the

time come in bombers we had got it

several times he started a bird light

and there was thick columns of black

smoke coming along the deck and I said

to my mate pack radion I'm going over

the side so I can leave him now he's we

had coached him by the cabins and walk I

get up on the rail stand up on the rail

I said him come on Pat I'm going tell us

they seen him him in the same dark

steaming tropical jungle men the both

the British and imperial forces go

through an intensive up to training

course to fulfill the need for officers

of the Malayan defense force using

collapsible boats they protect

themselves in the methods of jungle

warfare it was terribly British stuff

really tremendously British and and for

time I mean you should have been

training we didn't and so we went really

into into war not well trained at all on

him a hardly friend was crazy the jungle

holds many a secret to counter any move

directed against Singapore or Australia

absolutely no preparation whatsoever had

been done even to clear a field of fast

as you could see what you were doing

because we just faced mangrove swamps

Japanese they had tanks they had armored

cars but they also had bicycles and

those bicycles won their war

they came down Malaya welcome to Iowa

chi 36,000 Japanese soldiers close in on

Singapore

facing them are almost 85,000 Allied

troops but the Japanese are motivated

experienced an expert at jungle warfare

the Allies find themselves constantly

outflanked and outfought so we had this

brief strain of a fighting and a certain

amount of fairly close contact fighting

with you is just horrific we would

actually under mortar fire and my

Colonel literally lost his head there's

no question I was always scared stiff

when one had shells landing near one

[Applause]

despite some fierce and stubborn

fighting the Japanese advance continues

to close in on Singapore Winston

Churchill warns his generals that

surrender is out of the question we had

really rumors that the Japanese didn't

take prisoners like you know so we

didn't know what was gonna happen like

you know but it was a a terrible

terrible reflection of the the

powers-that-be of ours that were run in

that show out there like you know it

should never have happened February the

15th 1942 the unthinkable does happen

and the British commander general

Percival surrenders Singapore to the

Japanese white flag went up at about 4

o'clock on the Sunday Churchill would

later describe this as the worst moment

of the war the extraordinary is that the

Japs of course were completely amazed at

having captured so many prisoners

in all a hundred and thirty thousand men

are captured during this short campaign

to add to the humiliation of defeat

they're forced to watch the victorious

Japanese generals drive by the Allied

prisoners are marched up to the northern

tip of Singapore to the military base

Changi we learned that the everyone was

going out to this Changi area and their

most rugged lady miles people say you

know what's it like being taking a

picture for chaos the fall of Singapore

and everywhere no law and things and

when things began to break down which

they did very quickly

malaria started and then people got

dysentery the Japs was part of this they

literally brought out lorry loads of Bob

Roth which they then told us to put up

around certain perimeter and that was

the first time we were actually you

could say we were in a prison camp you

have to you learn Japanese over a pseudo

Japanese and I can still swear in

Japanese but I've forgotten all my

Japanese they would put your shoes and

saying the Moga me what is the name of

it that's how you would say shit you see

and so they would go around pointing

other people's good boots pouring him

saying oh you got you number one shit

car mean if you had a very good pair of

boots and because we had a lot of fun

for about two weeks and then they

suddenly got the message there's an

interpreter and then then we had to

learn Japanese orders

the Imperial Army has a very tight grip

on Japanese society they've been

fighting a war in the Far East since the

mid 1930s and are the driving force

behind Japan's territorial ambitions all

young men are conscripted at 21 into a

tough and brutal training program take

your height personally so I'm going to

continue ammo so turn them all off

couldn't I see even more 21 justice also

to be layin on a high she's you know

immerse I didn't know awkward yet they

still get a tiny so you know – you

couldn't enjoy what you know how far

[Music]

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know

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by June 1942 the Japanese advance has

continued across the Pacific and up into

Burma towards India with an urgent need

to move supplies the solution is the

dust of an old British plan to build a

railway the railway itself was only

about four hundred and fifteen

kilometres along with nothing nor miss

distance at all to link it up with with

rangoon

so they could bring people to Saigon

come across the Bangkok and then take

them on the railway brush out the truth

to the Burmese frontier so it really the

trailer was not a long railway in the

term but it's not the most hellish

condition to make it

the Japanese realize they have a vast

pool of potential labor in the prisoners

at Changi things always change in these

camps and about some months later our

call to the Otley office and told us put

on a tough tecora holiday come there was

about 600 of us they're both selected

and we were taken down to Singapore and

loaded on the trucks and then we had a

train journey to Thailand from Singapore

there were 32 in my own particular truck

and that meant that heard a certain

small percentage you could actually sit

down at any one time and you had all

your kit was stuck in the centre like

you know there was no sanitary committee

conditions at all like you know

absolutely appalling this is where those

real degradation starts and that jolly

loss of five days

we went up to the first place we stopped

in Thailand was place called ban pong

that was annexed Japanese camp there

there was a chaps had been stationed in

there but the camp was under about a

foot of water

I had a large box of Windsor Newton

watercolors and I had to throw the Box

away because they've been to all of us

but I kept about six or eight or ten no

total Palace and they all things I just

paint lasts in me for as long as I

wanted them and we were taken up the

river we were going to start up the

transit camps and they dropped us off

then at 20 mile intervals they're going

into the jungle and start clear in the

jungle because there would be the main

body of men come in from Singapore and

they would be marching up the jungle

track that followed the River Kwai

[Music]

hello we were told all men March hundred

and fifty kilometer I mean question of

escaping was was something that one

occasion is thought about prepare

quickly dismissed because you had at

least 1200 miles of sea with lots of

islands in between miss limpet 1200

miles before we get to safety

or 1200 miles up country under the well

a friend if you fell by the wayside

couldn't go any further

and nobody could help you you are left

to die or they made sure you died

it's called the death march the POWs

already now weakened ill are going to

build the track for the Japanese through

the mountainous jungle terrain there we

had to climb up about a thousand feet

and it's june monsoon it's not the

palling he took two steps inside back to

in the thick jungle there and we started

clearing a jungle what the right word

the railroad said trace was going to go

through so that was the first

introduction to the ex the job one-third

guide you got worse from there

[Music]

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[Music]

they had so much cheap labor like apart

from us they had the the native

populations of these places that they

took over like you know they had brought

up someone about a couple of hundred

thousand natives from down in Malaya not

like you know with promises of all great

life but lots of them died in the jungle

area

I forget how long but trusty months it

was monsoon for the first quite a few

weeks at this camp

it had new rooms we just it worked

slept under the rain darkness over the

Scott oh my god this name it's what they

told your north about – ooh hmm

the wood mother it's clear after honey

so late well no it's not Leslie come on

there was really a problem of supply the

only communication was the river and

being a time the monsoon

the rivers tended to flood and this

rendered it almost impossible for

supplies to get out all we got was

supposed to be 250 grams of rice that

usually came in the form of rice full of

weevils and so forth so we ate any

vegetation that we could snakes are very

good to eat if you can't get them the

first one I killed was by accident and

and I just banged it takes a lot to kill

a snake because they're fresh you know a

tremendous life to eat you say did you

know what you've just killed and I said

no you don't that's a king cobra and and

I hadn't affected not now other thing

but it didn't matter really the lizards

were quite nice they were quite big they

were could be up to about 18 inches long

quite big like you know and you just

killed him skinned them and cook them

either grill them or put them in some

water and cook them in a pot

[Music]

the men are now starving but still the

Japanese refused to sign the Geneva

Convention which protects the rights of

prisoners of war if our men misbehaves

it's Japanese defended in the

misbehaviors nearly over stealing food

then we were all as officers lined up

and well and what's called pintos that

is a an officer Japanese officers come

up and give you a really hard bang on

your face and so on in front of all the

men try and teach them that they

shouldn't see lives it kills every camp

guard was trained in the Japanese

military camp foo-foo sang above us for

power for months and they're hitting

almost every day according to the

Japanese reading style watashi no use

enroll at Scott a ninja so Jack Stein on

ticket or come by and I gotta smack a

cougar this those like to Noah she done

got a moist anger and a curious topic

Morgan sitting on a lot anymore

Brock Cara automate a nothing wrong with

the old ring Japanese people know if I

said the Japanese army was a problem

like especially there I mean look they

were taught to be brutal that was part

of their life in you know it was no it

was something that you you have a job do

to understand but them right from up the

top of their their headquarters right

the way down through their army they

were totally we even brutal than one

another

she helps to encourage people to work

hard to perform their work but most of

the heating was designed by the Korean

guard and we secure will camp yeah

Koreans observe sages Japanese soldiers

and military pigeon train comes the

person was a Korean girl resi

if somebody's tried to escape him and

they were caught I mean the world

pleased with this shooting them no no

they had to talk

for your job title or name talk about

the other night on masculine it was a

shitty muscle name

well according to you tonight neither no

matter

if you weren't working hard enough one

think they would make you do was have to

stand with this hold of stone rub your

head well once you I mean when you're

weak anyway who put both arms up you

start to feel faint very quickly and so

you would drop the stone so we done

you drop the stone fairly quickly and

and picks it up which was better than

collapsing because once you collapse on

the ground then not true about and kicks

all over the place so you probably begin

more damage to seems to fainting that so

you had to play the game really

so anyway Marcel yoni I know he's

civilized to that day you guys it's an

order on his new nanny heater taking on

the hood it's going to Cosima saying

only concern I taught you go don't see –

I mean

Gunjan larceny holy octoly ask I need

city Kolkata Oh Stella

akima saying yo yo Joey Hakuna Matata

need holy Otsuka a destination with

Australian economy kawarazu I was Corey

by three moonlight all of these Korean

gods startled to be well sexual with me

and I without sickie I just can't even

live spot where no man wants to be

kicked and he felt without scream in the

hole

I got beaten up but a light in a day as

a following night although I no longer

remember much other than the peen saw

and then I was put in the black hole

that really was probably the one time

when I felt this was the end a sweatbox

is used to put them in put people in the

made of bamboo I was standing on bow tie

off the ground and they were made of

small thin bamboos constructed they were

made

so they they weren't long enough for a

man to stretch dried out in and they

were so low you know that he couldn't

sit up properly so they were cooped up

in there like you know and it could get

perhaps he'll be sentenced to props for

certain things he can afford noise

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dimension a a so that occurred

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Ernesto ah

so that's how you know he's ready to go

Agana did a mistake it all

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[Applause]

[Music]

in mid 1943 the Japanese are still

fighting in the north of Burma but short

of supplies and troops the war is no

longer going their way

[Music]

we saw Japanese going up to the Burma

front

we watched the Japanese troops and they

were unbelievable in what they may put

up with there were times when the

treatment and even the food they got

perhaps it was generally better than

ours but for much

it was such a project to get a line

through so they could feed that ball

from the front with truth this is what

the railroad was about so it was just

urges about the whole thing who was

called the speed and movement and got

worse and worse and worse we had to work

harder and harder and so on

as anxiety to get the railway finished

grows within the Japanese ranks the

death rate amongst POWs and native

workers increases dramatically then went

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not amore much de Korea – Nicole not or

not – almost

if my ship parade got too large a

Japanese private because they wanted

everyone had to work work for the the

Japanese a Japanese private would come

along a non-medical private dick my

Sigma raid and as long as a man men will

fit enough to stand the net worth is

enough to work off he would give oxy

same as I was a subpoena straightaway

Larry so she had so compared a sick man

to alcohol one of the most difficult

sections of the construction is an area

called Hin talk better known as hellfire

pass when they'll make big cuttings

which we're done largely with hammer and

tap a you just turn number of charges to

blow the rock and one of the games was

occasion they would fire a charge

without telling anybody so some people

call it very badly injured with flying

sharp rock I mean why what's the sense

of all this way

[Music]

we went out in the morning with all the

tools that have been issued and after

work when we returned they had to be a

roll call of everybody all the tools had

to be handed in and if one was short

they were usually a future all we had to

parade incidentally with all Whateley

everyday the odd one or two did who died

out there they had to be put down at the

end at the side in order to proves the

same number had returned as went out in

the morning every morning I psyched

myself up to survive daddy that day only

because every day was never as good as

as the last one

it was never good there was never any

hope never any hope because that will

control most of those people's there it

was because of his a sickness not spider

being sheathed Cruella's sedessa isn't

so

but spiff see people Adam could control

themselves

Jaden's wrinkles are from zareba or his

roughest trophies from if the people

fusible behaves very well didn't get

sickness and can do comes I think every

disease of imaginable was there for the

worst one was the most lives lost was

color and the Japanese themselves were

scared and we had to bond these bodies

that was I think perhaps the low point

of my experience up there I mean looking

back now I can hardly believe I

experienced all this

[Music]

touch your heart pay the money

see the shoe color and he souvenir now

he was sorry about oh yeah

my radiance of and hooligan what I hope

could've never had any time its into and

then I will never again show Sunday so

each other enjoy the money you won't

know he didn't even go to squat today

that's what I'll tell you know at the

luckiest woman in the world who do not

regularly wash a bikini Cassata Dimas a

demo hollow touch even a colony no

Arnold yogini Qatar ret a motto to

eternal a Telugu in some animosity the

medical officers in my opinion were

absolute angels they had no drugs to

work with not even aspirin

a color a hospital junk I : we read on

low and Australian did fantastic work we

read on this wonderful Australian

surgeon I'm a bigger man and man I can't

praise enough I had something on my

forehead you're gonna take it off there

wasn't any anesthesia for but I think it

was a melanoma or something he was

worried about and beside us with another

table and there was no an Australian it

was really all was a skeleton ready

kneeling on it with did bum in the air

because Donna wanted to use a

proctoscope

which was made in the camps actually

have and yeah and he I met him looking

into this man bottom you see and it's it

and I just loved Australian voice and he

said oh yes he said

think I've seen you before and I'm with

that I nearly fell off the time rolling

about one lovely way to greet your

friends you know at one camp alone over

a hundred and twenty legs are to be

amputated operations mostly amputations

as a result of these jungle ulcers we're

done with a soul borrowed from the

Japanese which they said they wanted

back cleaned after after the operation

or operations they did occasionally

produce a bit of sake so people could be

put out to some extent I said – I've got

this also what can I do he said well I'm

sorry I have nothing to give you

I don't have any drugs but if you could

down to Lord

clean pick up markets count them put

them on top of your also and let the

markets do the work Hassan said what

will they do they'll eat all rotten

flesh and he says very good chance

you'll get a clean wound

I've been daddy they'd kick my nose in I

had a bad fractured nose and it holds

him I couldn't steer anything next turn

or Z that headed league cash off that

after that morning a big are they and I

mean it was routine stuff when you crude

circumstances then we were lying on

bamboo and anyway in the middle of the

hut was not a man who was in by own

regimens and he had it all so that was

getting with granulating quite well

within the far better conditions

hundreds of they arms around him and he

was kneeling happened I'm his knees at

rocking like so many of the

the other patient did after sheer agony

in pain I kept on saying I'm gonna die

I'm gonna die I'm gonna die

and this other you said look mate you

said you're gonna die her out and bloody

do it I want some sleep

is there it's not there anymore and we

were falling about there within two

hours you were dead

and I member tilla RZ in the morning

told cries he said last thing anybody

ever said to him it

the railway is finally completed in

October 1943 on schedule but at the cost

of over 120,000 lives I'm all coming

honestly yeah

[Music]

gar emoji salient Eric on denied a in

Eagan groaning karate yell OH

Jung Shi nae angry the concepts Jana

Tiger Joe tied a tiger knee tucks is

mexicana de se toca vantika so you could

all come behind each other Marian or

money

Thank You Molly mine since master Maddy

figure has six we'll talk tonight so you

could talk um okay go governor captain

the POWs and local workers that died

building the railway are buried where

they fall one life lost for every

sleeper laid the the jungle was full of

British dead you know we buried them

below them where they fell you know we

left 12,000 dead up there quite apart

from the wreckage that survived you know

but it's all been for no purpose within

months the war has turned against the

Japanese and the Allies start to regain

territories

these converted hurricanes now called

hairy bombers carried two 500-pound

bombs touch bleep the wings down down

someone in that tangled wilderness lies

there talking or other that's where

their target lay after this heavy

pounding well nothing much hospitality

lifted it for the Japanese invaded our

dismay time ended so they remain in

power section only – Korra come on he

was discouraged Mustang you need to

learn the yin yang mosquito thing you

know they own a hot item

touji even this time another target army

so even you don't wait – so I don't put

a weight that's how I don't have a large

– Connie and I miss donut okay sorry I

never tell

hmm hi hi Shane of Canadians come on it

it's not talking in the same morning I

came also funny diet a homeboys a homo

erectus a lot away boy oh man I wish I

knew Cairo you could only hit I don't

know man caste you I don't know unless I

talk about – no – i'ma tell him as a

mandala I think some of the officers I

think we read an opera had some

intubated from somewhere that things

were were getting pretty sticky we had a

huge gamble he would pitch around at a

big band on one side and they turn

they'd put a chicken in into the war one

in which really told us quite a lot

about what they're intending to do

anyway but still we didn't know and then

of course within about nine or 10 days

they had Hiroshima and Nagasaki and

finished it we just saved by the bell

really just a game Nakamoto Sarita he

was talking tada

games even ghosts under the you Nikita

ghetto

no Margaret the one I got them the

Japanese had ceased to fight yeah for

that time onward the well we knew they

were officially free Japan surrenders to

the Allied forces on September the 2nd

1945 the POWs are at last free men again

[Music]

[Music]

the Allies had retaken Singapore and a

couple of days after that they were

beginning to march the Japanese by then

prisoners and one of our divisional

people soldiers was you know like people

do so just watching what was going on

and at one point he turned to his pal

and said look at those poor buggers now

it's their turn and that to me sums up

the attitude of the ordinary soldier

we had a sergeant major a British

sergeant major

that was in our camp night with number

the officers with us and what he said

was they give us a bit of good advice

he said now he advised us not to take

any action against the Japanese he said

you've survived three and a half years

of being prisoners so he said no

thinking of families don't do anything

stupid

the might get you killed like you know

eskimo nicely khaki Bangkok coup de

Chirico vltava river nasi kerabu aku

karate Ricardo no and they think you

know majority simio in Moscow mr

Yoshino Yuto okay deva katta concluded

with a note Sitaram assume it is your

emeriti chunky no came we shall put item

the scale or the symbol I don't know

Sassy's your major is disfigured faster

Tony time ntid's oh no please No – so –

she sang – it's just a name senior

stoners in your book in the rent is

Dhamma tycoon who uses money

kind of Sadie

to contain numerous dewatering to to be

done much initially showed up in your

your answer yes I did

Japanese gods were made to carry the

sick and wounded to the key side where

landing craft will take them to the

hospital ship in the bay

[Music]

other prisoners who are able to walk

make their way to the landing craft

which will carry them on the first stage

of a happy journey

[Music]

from the far eastern shores many have

already started a longer voyage taking

them back to the land they have served

so bravely we there was no one there to

meet us

you know it was there was no ban said

meet us or anything like that but we

were just taken off the boat and taken

to a transit camp there in Southampton

and we were there for oh it's really

about a couple of days like you know and

then we were just stuck on a train and

and sent home I used to go out in the

morning Walker streets of Aberdeen for

hours hours and looking looking for

somebody

I thought you I was forgetting I've been

away sectional a few years when I got

back I decided I'd forget everything I'm

gonna start a new life and I didn't join

any expressible rifle or any prison or

anything I wouldn't have anything as far

as I'm concerned although I'm talking

about it now I just wouldn't talk about

any of my expressible my principle

experiences or anything now I'm going to

start a new life and something quite new

and I'd have nothing to do with what's

happened to me that's just happened it's

finished it was a bit overwhelming with

having so many people come into you and

wanted to know everything about you and

all that like you know they had no

understanding of what what horrors we

had lived through like you know and now

the comparison between people's kindness

and the brutality that we had been

experiencing totally totally imam una

carta told us today

you're hot doggy it's been very

difficult with the family because I

never spoke about it

my wife died without knowing – she must

have seen felt the swaying of woods

suppose have done one one night when I

had a nightmare I faced up with my heart

Lord Authority so at that stage I went

into the spare bedroom full house

there was a chi alone used to sleep a

lot from weeks I couldn't sleep properly

for about ten years that sound a long

time I can only just leave under the

service I mean to join the in the camps

you just slept under surface you were

ready to move off because they might

come in and start beating people up turn

everybody out for a working part he

didn't know what was going to happen by

day or night very often and so you slept

like that and I knew exactly where

everything of mine was that I could put

my hands on it essentially – drawing few

drawing things and so you were always

ready to move and when I came home it

was March the same I would fold my

clothes up and I sit in the way do down

I know just where they are

well compensation I think I'm right in

saying that I got 30 pounds who ordered

several years after the wall we were

certainly the worst country of the lot

of doing anything at all to get

compensation from the Japs I blame it

most well on politicians and above all

the Treasury because we finally got I

think the figure was 10,000 pounds about

I'm guessing 15 years ago not much more

and there weren't many left says the

Treasury obviously saves a lot of money

when they talked of trying to get some

financial benefit out of it that might

have done a better good for to help to

revealed some of the things for the

blokes but you know for me the I have

known as I said no well feeling against

the Japanese at all I mean I'm a

Japanese here now no trouble Pagnotta

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I mean the gerbils for all for treated

they have repented and the generally

should know what happened wasn't your

father told Japanese say the Emperor

says express deeply most was a pure

double I think that's was enough for the

Japanese so these are enough for apology

but POWs didn't think so

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holiday so no no what the f for common

apologize to be that might be the answer

and I will decide whether he was sincere

or not and I said there are two reasons

why I don't hate the Japanese the bond

reason is it would do them no harm but

if I hate anyone it does me harm and

I've said that the other reason I'm a

Christian and Christians are taught to

love not to hate I can't stand this the

way we all as far as I do it sometimes

we generalize about people nations or

groups or bankers or industrialists or

whatever because some good bad and

indifferent anyone you know I've been I

think I've just been telling lucky I'm

very happy doing what I'm doing

really it doesn't matter I've been there

and I've done it all the things that I

ever wanted to do and I have no regrets

I mean the fact that I was

a prisoner of war was just a blip in my

life like you know I'm determined to

eleven feet the Japanese because I'll

outlive them all

I hope all those who were involved one

of the most interesting parts of this

was a sheer ingenuity you put a lot of

people together there tenseness their

pharmacist chemists also pew so you put

all these people together and you

couldn't begin to start moving half the

mountain route and I think that was a

little corporate magic of the whole

thing which was so important my game day

100 taming test located in the CET organ

you know that it would totally Musashi

means them all today so no matter the

EPO I said is hidden czar thank you

today I put

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