by Hans Johnson Sunday not only marked the 50th anniversary of the march on Selma, it was International Women’s Day. Many voiced their support for equal economic opportunity for women, while celebrities took to social media. This is all well and good, but as the Founding Fathers taught us, before we can truly pursue happiness, we […]
From Investors Business Daily, January 29:
Arms Buildup: A senior weapons developer tells Congress that Beijing’s massive defense buildup, emphasizing precision-guided and other advanced weapons, has placed the U.S. and its shrinking military at serious risk.
by Carder Please buy my daughter. My husband is waiting for surgery fees in the hospital as his boss ran away. I would like to see my daughter and save my husband. Boss fled after industrial accident and we don’t have the money for treatment. I’m willing to sell my child to save her father. […]
by Carder There are a lot of accusations in Chen’s talk, but I want to say from my experience that they are all true… I don’t know how accurate the numbers are, but I have an aunt who worked as a ‘family planning’ officer in a small town in rural Guizhou, and she told me […]
by Hans Johnson
French sculptor Prune Nourry has an exhibit currently at the China Institute in New York City. It is modeled after the famous archaelogical discovery of the Terracotta Warriors near the tomb of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of all China toward the end of the 3rd Century B.C.
Like those ancient statues, this exhibit (of 108 figures) is of different individuals. But they represent something more poignant: the more than 40 million Chinese girls who have been aborted because of their gender, primarily because of the One-Child Policy.
by Jill Jimmy Kimmel’s attempt to channel Art Linkletter went terribly awry when a kid on his young panel suggested the U.S. “kill everyone in China” to solve its $1.3 trillion debt problem, to which Kimmel responded, “Ok, that’s an interesting idea.” While China has killed millions of its own via its one-child policy to […]
by Hans Johnson Last Saturday residents of an apartment building in Jinhua, China heard a baby’s cries from a toilet on the fourth floor, and saw a tiny foot sticking up from the bottom of the bowl. Firefighters removed the section of pipe holding the baby and took it to the hospital where doctors and […]
Human life is of paramount importance to the traditional morals of Chinese culture. This concept has been trampled on by uncivilized policies and behavior – including forced abortions – to the point of complete devastation. After decades of violent abortions, people have lost almost all respect and regard for life…. Over 60 million people are […]