Pro-life vid of the day: China’s war on women

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 must have guarantees to life and liberty.

While the world has been rightly scandalized by the brutal enslavement of young girls by Boko Haram, oppression of women in the most populous nation on Earth has continued unbated. Reggie Littlejohn, president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, seeks to “expose and oppose forced abortion, gendercide and sexual slavery in China.”


You can make your voice of protest heard by signing this petition against forced abortion.

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[HT: Susie Allen]

What does China’s impending weapons dominance have to do with abortion?

File photo of soldiers from Chinese PLA Special Operations Forces marching in formation during training session on the outskirts of Beijing

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.

‘I am very concerned about the increasing risk of loss of U.S. military technological superiority,” Frank Kendall, deputy undersecretary for acquisition, said Wednesday. “We’re at risk, and the situation is getting worse.” He was testifying before the House Armed Services Committee at a hearing on the subject of defense and technological change.

The Chinese were paying attention to U.S. military dominance in the early 1990s after we won the arms race and the Cold War, he said. And they watched and analyzed our ability to project overwhelming power in Desert Storm after Iraq invaded Kuwait. “No one observed more carefully the dominance we demonstrated in 1991 than the Chinese,” Kendall observed.

China quickly went to work on its own power projection capabilities and what is called asymmetrical warfare…. Kendall says he became “alarmed as soon as I started seeing technical intelligence reports on China’s modernization programs.

What does this have to do with abortion?

The launch of China’s infamous one-child policy in 1979 also launched a gender imbalance, with a preference for boys achieved mostly through abortion.

This has resulted in 34 million more males than females in China by 2011. Two charts from The Mirror, November 11, 2014, explain it all:



I’m certainly not the first to envision a doomsday scenario where a Chinese army of “choice” takes us over. From the Washington Post, 2006:

Foreign Policy magazine has come up with a new worry to chew your nails over – hordes of hormone-addled, sexually frustrated Asian men.

This nightmare scenario appears in an article with a wonderful title – “The Geopolitics of Sexual Frustration.” But the scary part starts in the subtitle: “Asia has too many boys. They can’t find wives, but they just might find extreme nationalism instead.”

The problem began 20 years ago, when ultrasound technology gave Asian women a cheap way to determine the sex of their unborn babies, writes Martin Walker, editor of United Press International. In China and other Asian nations, millions of women chose to abort female fetuses so they could instead give birth to boys. Consequently, those countries will soon have millions more men than women.

The result, says Walker, will be “mass sexual frustration.” By 2020, he writes, China alone could have “40 million frustrated bachelors.”…

Valerie Hudson, a Brigham Young University scholar… agrees: “In 2020, it may seem to China that it would be worth it to have a very bloody battle in which a lot of their young men could die in some glorious cause.”

2020 – that’s now five years away. The timing of China’s impending weapons dominance would appear… odd.

I have thought for some time abortion will play into the end times.

Happy Friday afternoon.

China: Woman tries to sell daughter to help hospitalized husband

Ni Qiongby 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.

~ A sign held by Chinese migrant worker Ni Qiong (pictured) in desperation to help pay for her injured husband’s surgeon’s fees in China, The Daily Mail via POP Sugar, December 16

The brutality of China’s one-child policy

Chen Guangchengby 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 a lot of stories of going to people’s houses, them being beaten up and having forced abortions, so it’s true.

~ Chinese Christian commentor Sean Tseng confirming the testimony of Chinese Civil rights activist Chen Guangcheng (pictured) about the brutality of forced abortions in China’s one child policy, Christian Today, November 6

Pro-life vid of the day: The terracotta daughters of China


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.

Nourry based the first models on eight orphan girls she had photographed. By selling them she has funded more than three years of their education.


Also bringing to light the issue of female gendercide, we recommend the documentary, It’s a Girl, available for viewing in its entirety on Hulu and Netflix.

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Pro-life vid of day: Chinese in uproar over “kill everyone in China” comment on Kimmel show

2013-11-12_0936by 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 solve its own debt problems, it doesn’t want to hear it from anyone else. Chinese in both America and at home are up in arms, demanding yet a third apology from ABC, “this time, ‘with a sincere attitude,'” according to Time.


[Photo via Yahoo TV]

Pro-life vid of the day: Newborn rescued from sewage pipe in China

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 rescue workers carefully dismantled it piece by piece.

The newborn boy, found with the placenta still attached, is in stable condition.

(WARNING! Video may upset some viewers.)

By way of CNN and CCTV:

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[HT: TheBlaze]

China’s one-child policy officials get “tremendous income”

chenHuman 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 affected by this policy – your neighbors, for example. If you have violated family planning and become pregnant and they cannot find you, your neighbors in a 50-metre radius will be arrested. In other words, they will use your house as the center of a 50-meter circle, arresting at least five other households….

Because the families are worried, they call on their relatives to bribe the officials to release the person arrested. They pay between 3,000 and 5,000 yuan [approximately $500-$800 USD]. After they hand over the money, the officials think of a way to send the person home but they can still be rearrested after three to five days. And then they have to pay again to get the person re-released….

That’s a tremendous amount of income. If you cut off the revenue stream of these family planning officials, of course they will be angry.

~ Chinese civil rights activist Chen Guangcheng, describing the deep roots and corruption of the One-Child family planning policy in China, as quoted by the FRC Blog via New Statesman, January 30

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