“Truth, like a torch, the more it’s shook it shines.” ~ William Hamilton
I don’t know whether to salute these photographers for their enormous courage or whether to hate them. I mean, how can you click the pictures of dead? But these photos again proved that the creepiest animal alive on the earth is ‘Human’. We have killed more of our own kind than any other animal on the earth.
Blood, blood, and blood. Have you ever imagine where we’re taking humanity for the sake of our benefit? The profit which we get in return of the ‘blood’. The smile which we borrow by taking the smile of others. The human race is nothing but a curse, a curse which is killing the ethical growth of every soul.
Her tongue is locked, her smile is totally blocked. Tears are shaded with blood. Still, humanity exists in this world, right?
These disturbing pictures are nothing but a shadow which can’t be seen by an average human eye.
1. Rhoda Derry
2. Thammasat University massacre, Thailand.
Neil Levitch took this photo in 1976. It shows the members of some political parties striking the lifeless body of a hung student outside the Hamasaki University in Bangkok. This picture won the Pulitzer Prize in 1977.
3. The Abu Ghraib prison.
In 2004 pictures of prisoners being abused by the US military personnel in Iraq Abu Ghraib prison was given to journalist Seymour Hersh and the CBS News TV show made public amongst photographers of prisoners of wars.
4. The last Jew of Vinnitsa.
In this iconic ‘World War 2’ picture, a Nazi paramilitary force is about to shoot a Jewish man who is kneeling before a filled mass grave in Vinnitsa, Ukraine in 1942. German forces massacred all twenty-eight Jews from Vinnitsa.
5. Rwandan genocide, 1994
Around 8,000,000 people were slaughtered in Rwanda by an extremists group called as ‘Hutu’.
6. Russian spy laughing through his execution in Finland, 1942.
An unknown Soviet intelligence officer laughs at his executioner in a picture taken in Rukajärvi, in East Karelia, in November 1942.
7. The Saigon execution.
Eddie Adams took this famous photograph which captures the moment when Vietnamese Gen. Nguyen Ngoc Loan, chief of the national police, fires his pistol into the head of suspected Vietcong officer Nguyen Van Lem, who is also known as Bay Lop, on a famous Saigon street on Feb 1, 1968.