Monday, March 18, 2013

330,000,000 abortions

Putting a number on China's holocaust:

Data reveal scale of China abortions 
By Simon Rabinovitch in Beijing

Chinese doctors have performed more than 330m abortions since the government implemented a controversial family planning policy 40 years ago, according to official data from the health ministry. 
China’s one-child policy has been the subject of a heated debate about its economic consequences as the population ages. Forced abortions and sterilisations have also been criticised by human rights campaigners such as Chen Guangcheng, the blind legal activist who sought refuge at the US embassy in Beijing last year. 
China first introduced measures to limit the size of the population in 1971, encouraging couples to have fewer children. The one-child rule, with exceptions for ethnic minorities and some rural families, was implemented at the end of the decade.

Since 1971, doctors have performed 336m abortions and 196m sterilisations, the data reveal. They have also inserted 403m intrauterine devices, a normal birth control procedure in the west but one that local officials often force on women in China.

Please read the whole thing.

Please note that very few of these hundreds of millions of abortions and sterilizations should be considered voluntary in any sense. The legal pressures to comply with the law are immense. And, of course, none are voluntary from the perspective of the child.

Note as well that 100 million of these abortions (and infanticides)  are selectively against girls, creating the worst femicide in human history.

Abortion-mongers tout abortion as a matter of "women's rights". Yet abortion is the most prolific killer of girls in the world today-- 200 million girls slaughtered in China alone, along with 100 million little boys.

China's One-Child Policy, and other population control policies, is our modern holocaust, like the one in Europe in the 1940's, only much much larger.

14 comments:

  1. Planned Parenthood has its fingerprints on China's One Child Policy. And you thought they were "pro-choice!"

    http://liveactionnews.org/deadly-cooperation-planned-parenthood-and-chinas-one-child-policy/

    Here's a former PP director praising China's One Child Policy.

    http://liveactionnews.org/deadly-cooperation-planned-parenthood-and-chinas-one-child-policy/

    Joey

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  2. In other news, a 63-year old woman was viciously assaulted outside an abortion clinic.

    http://weaselzippers.us/2013/03/17/pro-abortion-woman-comes-out-of-planned-parenthood-to-attack-63-year-old-grandmother-praying-outside/

    The woman was recording outside the clinic. An ambulance pulled up, which seemed to suggest that there was a medical emergency inside. A botched abortion? Probably. The woman on the tape says that two ambulances were called in the month of February, so I guess this is a regular occurrence. The irony is that the ambulance that came to pick up the maimed abortion survivor is from...a Catholic hospital! Yes, St. Francis Hospital in Wilmington. The abortion clinic hurts the women and then the Catholic hospital heals them.

    My guess is that Planned Parenthood didn't want anyone recording while they were trying to sneak their victim out. The woman took the phone and handed it to a Planned Parenthood worker.

    TRISH

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    1. TRISH, are you one of those woman-hating women? You really sound like a misogynist. I'll bet you want women to die in back-alley abortions. Everyone knows that they should die in PP clinics. (J/k)

      Little John

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    2. Oh yes, I hate myself and all of my sisters.

      You know who I think hates women? Planned Parenthood. In the video I posted, there are two, possibly three victims of violence against women. There's a 50/50 chance that the aborted baby was female. She's a victim. The mother whose abortion was botched and had to be rushed to a hospital was the victim of violence, and so was the woman who was assaulted by (what appears to be) an Planned Parenthood employee. Three women who were victims of violence.

      TRISH

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  3. Over 300m abortions in 40 years. Many of those would be becoming grandparents by now. That means what, we have, or soon will have, about a billion fewer Chinese them would otherwise be the case? Both ecologiclly and from a national security perspective that sounds good to me. Thank you China, now sto burning so much coal!

    -KW

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    1. So, your philosophy on abortion is safe, legal, and as many as possible?

      What do you think about the old woman getting cold-cocked and having her phone taken from her to prevent people from seeing a botched abortion survivor taken away? Cool with that too?

      Little John

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    2. No question, KW, that killing 330,000,000 million people reduces population growth.

      What do you think about the ecological benefits of the Holocaust in the 1940's? Think of all those Jews, with their carbon-emitting SUV's, that were prevented!

      What a fine precis of the environmentalist left.

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    3. Adm. G Boggs, Glenbeckistan NavyMarch 18, 2013 at 8:38 AM

      Leave it to KW to raise the racist Yellow Peril flag.

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    4. "Many of those would be becoming grandparents by now. "

      And he writes this as if it were a victory of some sort!
      I can just imagine him playing with body parts in his fridge as he writes it.
      F---- psycho.

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    5. KW is a staunch defender of personal liberty. Yessir. The kind of personal liberty he's talking about involves holding a woman down and removing a child from her womb while government goons stifle her screams.

      I asked KW a question a previous post that he never answered. I quote myself:

      "The most intrusive people in the world are environmentalists. They like to dictate lifestyle choices based on the amount of resources consumed. There's never any end to it. If they can tell you how much fuel your car can burn and what kind of light bulbs you must use, the can tell you how many offspring you're allowed to have and where you're allowed to go on vacation. You're against that, right KW? Because if you aren't, you are not in favor of personal liberty."

      Now I know the answer. KW believes that the government can tell people how many children to have and to enforce it with forced abortions. For the environment, of course. That's the personal liberty he speaks of.

      Joey

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    6. No one was buying the ridiculous idea that KW cares about personal liberty. He cares about sexual license and that's all. As if sexual license is threatened in America today! Ha! Ha!

      TRISH

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  4. This is the result of one abortion!

    Now try to imagine 330 million similar aborted babies and still be able to remain pro-choice!


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  5. Adm. G Boggs, Glenbeckistan NavyMarch 18, 2013 at 9:53 AM

    Re: Yesterday's post...

    yesterday, I noted that it wouldn't be long until videos began to surface with ominous music and doomulous voices outlining the Pope's involvement in The Death Squads from Hinnom.

    And our very own KW, ninja love god, reported he was watching one at that very moment.

    Well, I'm not sure that story will have legs, because here's a MUCH bigger story...

    Sound the dive klaxon, XO. Take 'er down below the thermocline.

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  6. In a sane era the past and present leaders of China would be wanted on for 'crimes against Humanity'. They would be isolated and undermined.

    We hung Germans and Japanese for less. But, instead we sit at tables and praise the Chinese like frightened rabbits - pretending they are our 'friends' and 'partners'. We protect their interests in Africa and Americas.

    I say let the Muslim armies cripple them. Let the Africans kick them out. Let them IMPLODE, and then - only then - get in quickly and help the various slave states of China assert themselves as the nations they should be.

    Red China itself? They are democidal maniacs who hate their OWN people, never mind us 'devils'.

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