Entries Tagged ‘Chen Guangcheng’

The brutality of China’s one-child policy

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 […]

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

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 […]

Christian Bale honors Chen Guangcheng for fighting abortions in China

Encouraging to see the atrocity of China’s one-child forced abortion/sterilization policy spotlighted at a New York social gala….

Press release from Reggie Littlejohn, President, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers:

New York: On Thursday actor Christian Bale presented blind forced abortion opponent Chen Guangcheng with an award at the annual gala of Human Rights First.

Life Links 5-24-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Planned Parenthood is opposed to forced abortion so much that they issued a press release regarding Chen Guangcheng after he had already made it safely to the United States. Gee, thanks.
  • Robin Marty attempts to prove that if abortion is difficult to get, women will go to desperate lengths to end their pregnancy. She highlights a British woman who died after drinking concentrated vinegar in a home abortion attempt. One large problem with this argument is abortion is readily available in Great Britain and paid for by tax dollars. So the example undercuts Marty’s argument because it shows that some women, regardless of how much access there is to abortion, will do stupid, dangerous things.

Chen Guangcheng begins recovery in U.S.

On Saturday came the surprising and welcome news that Chinese pro-life dissident Chen Guangcheng, his wife, and their two children had arrived in the U.S., after a “daylong and hastily arranged flight from Beijing,” according to the New York Times. Next steps, according to NYT:

Mr. Chen will be allowed to attend law school on a fellowship rather than seek asylum, which the authorities in Beijing would have considered an affront. [New York University]… officials said they had already stocked a faculty apartment with Chinese food and new furniture for him.

Pro-life Republican Congressman Chris Smith was one of a throng of supporters and reporters who met Chen at Newark Airport….

(Prolifer)ations 5-18-12

Thumbnail image for blog buzz.jpgby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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  • In our latest addition to the blog roll, The New Feminism, Dr. Angela Lanfranchi discusses how the pill continues to negatively affect women’s health, and how no one seems to care:

    The increase in incidence of these sometimes fatal ailments was judged to be tolerably low enough for the continuing promotion of the Pill. Shockingly, fatalities in women were deemed worth the risk while cases of mildly shrinking testicles were enough to end trials of a birth control pill for men.

Life Links 5-18-12

web grab.jpgby JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Michael J. Fox is finally curbing his embryonic stem cell enthusiasm while lamely trying to cover his rear. He says:

    It’s not so much that [stem cell research has] diminished in its prospects for breakthroughs as much as it’s the other avenues of research have grown and multiplied and become as much or more promising. So, an answer may come from stem cell research but it’s more than likely to come from another area.

    During the interview, Fox Foundation co-founder Deborah Brooks then mentions some of the problems with putting embryonic stem cells into the brains of people with Parkinson’s. You know, the same problems pro-life people have been noting for years and the same problems that Dr. Oz told Fox about on Oprah around 3 years ago.

Life Links 5-4-12

web grab.jpgby JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • There’s been a possible break in the Chen Guangcheng case as Chinese authorities claim they will allow Chen to apply to leave the country:

    Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng has been offered a fellowship at a university in the U.S. and can be accompanied by his wife and two children, State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said in a statement Friday.

    “The Chinese Government has indicated that it will accept Mr. Chen’s applications for appropriate travel documents,” Nuland said in the statement. “The United States government expects that the Chinese government will expeditiously process his applications for these documents and make accommodations for his current medical condition. The United States government would then give visa requests for him and his immediate family priority attention.”


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